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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHBR1DGE HERALD Momlny, February 14, 1972 Gilbert and Sullivan troupe f refreshing enlerlainmenf ,11 111 Sluff Wrilrr llai'i-y Moss- fidd. baritone, ICdivard Urei'n- lialgh. tenor, Christine Anlon, soprano, and Ailsa Xacnker, piano, flillod llironph five of Gilbert ard Sullivan's operettas .Saturday evening in the srcoml of the Ix-llibridgc Overture ('uncurl Scries ward Grcenhalgh had (he show ily (lopiciMiR Hie epitome of a dirty old man >v.iih lii.s Play- boy magazine lucked under his Mr. Moh.sfield, iho proun'- organizer, caino through cidly as the hravy-foniod straight man for most of Hit1 performance, 1) n I suddenly i-Limu to life as I he pira'.i1 in [ho Pirates of wht-n fit1 pranced hr.o Ihe auditorium and attempted lo take a nicm- tier of the audience hack to his ship for ransom. MLss Anton played and sany well, but ninny of iicr words were muffled. The scenery for the operettas was simple in the extreme according lo one mem- bi'r of the ncar-capnoily au- d.iT.cc1. Often, the only props wen1 the trio's costumes. To paraphrase Mr. Gilbert, it uas a show ''nol lo be linked." The ensemble was part, of a fcriir-concert scries open only la seaon ticket holders. Applica- tions fur membership may be sent (n Jean RinglamI or ob- laincd from leister's Music for the remainder o[ the se- Business booming at HaiCo Club seeking list of its pre-1944 presidents The directors of the Pemmi-, McXabb C. A. Magrath, can Club need Ilic assislance i IV. 31. -Mo r r i s. T. Niven, T. of the cominunily in establish- i Nolan. Si-., R. O'Hagcn, W. 01- ing an authentic lisl of past i Ivor J. Ptolency, J, presidents of the club, Prrry. W. Ripley, E. T. Saun- served prior lo 19-I-1. and the dcrs, F. Sick. Simms, E. years in which Ihey held office. M. Stitt. C. H. Van Home, E. The period lo bo. covered ex- V.'alton, and R. Wa'son, Sr. lends over 59 years. Information may be forward- A hsl has been made ol, ct] P. Baines at 327-7176 Co Manui'aclunng Lkl. of Lelh- bridge. can'! kc-yp up uilb the demand for cur lunprcss mo- torhomes." said Dick Rcmpcl. j or to Dan 592-1. A. McEwen at 320- names of those people who are j Business is booming for Hni- suspeciwl lo have held office L but it is incomplete and most _______________ of the dates are not known. The names are: H. Bcnlley, I L. F. Bon 11 el I, T. BotleriU, j 011-11111011 D. Bowman. rice president in charge of Brown-pipes. J. H. Cavanaugh, Currie, Dr. DeVeber, F. W. "I "All the UHHoi'liuniej: ue can manufacture belvxccn now and (be end of March arc already sold. It will also take us Iwo months to catcli up on orders for travel trailer unils." D o w ti e r. P. fc'gan. W. D. L. Hardic W. Henderson, H. F. Greenwood J, D. I II i g g i n b o t h a m, G. Hutton, J. Kenny' Dr. Latterly, W. Lamb, .r, cj. f.( fll V feltlll pay hike Non union staff at the Lcth- In an attempt to satisfy the 'V- McAdoo, E. C. McKenzie, T. i bridge Public Library have ac- demand. [he manufacturing div- ision of IlaiCo has hired 80 new employees under Canada Alan- power's (raining on-tbc job program, mostly locally. Sales through the manufactur- ing division of HaiCo last year j ItTflU'il Four Lelhbridge men were fined S30 each in magistrate's court fcr Iherr involvement in jumped 50 per cent. Mr. Rempel a streel brawl Jal, 13. said, and sales through all div- wmiam Brewster and his cepled a five per cent salan, I increase for 1972, a smalle-i j percentage jump than union library staff The library local of Hie Ca nadian Union of Public Em- 1 ployees settled recently for a J' per cenl increase over two years. II consi-sled of an B.S5 per cent increase during 1972 and i isions including Genedal Farm brolher Robert'pleaded guilty Supphes. increased by ?2 mil- j lion or per cent. j SnbaEtlan Voler and A 11 a n ai-e aiming al a 6S per ciiflon were found guilty of ere-' cent increase in sales this year i ating ever last year he said. IlaiCo Voler and Clifton claimed has established a new division 1 market Wickes bomes produced by Kainai In- dustries on the Blood Indian re- serve. HaiCo notv 225 per- sons in iLs Lclhbridge opera- tions. invited out to had gone. The CUPE contract covered iihnuL 12 workers, the non-1 union agreement involved the j library's top Ilirec adminisfra- IOI-P. Blood band reserve school lias eo-ed students' council 1IUDY HAUGENEDEIl Slaff Wrilrr A suutlo form of Woman's I.ib, Indian style, al St. Mary's Schc-al on the Blood reserve has bolstered :i previously weak student union. After years of a noticeable absence of females on the stu- dent's council, ivomen finally decided lo run for executive sitions last fall, and took tivo of Hie top three positions. Both the president and see- LDS leaders change local Mormon congrega- tions have changed leaders. Dr. Ralph r. Oler, an oplom- elvisl, was sustained as bishop of Ihe Lclhbridge fourth ward, one of seven wards in the city. Dr. Theron G. Somrr.crfeldl, who had served nearly five ys'ai'S, retired. At Diamond City ward, 13 miles north cf Ihe city, Kenneth C. Russell became the n e w bishop, replacing Mac C. Rus- seh. who had served 18 years. The changes were normal turnover in the voluntary lead- ership of the local Church of Jesus Christ of L a 11 e r day Saints. Clarification The Deborah Stevenson. 13. last week was charged wilh assault causing bodily harm is not Deborah Steven- son, (he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stevenson, Cc-ulfs Highway, Lethbridge. relary of the union are female, and Ihe vice president is male. Other positions are almost even- j ly distributed among both sexes. With the introduction of fe- male'; on Ihe .slmlenl union ei- cnitivc staff, t.lt2 cliquishness Ibal formerly revolved around the position has disappeared, and the group is atlcmpling to do more. Tlicir first project this year was a dance which lost money and almost wiped out tlieir I bunk account. I However, a number of money- j raising prcgrams are either be- i ing developed or under way. students have also de- cided to have two St. Mary's leaning slaff representatives nn their cnmcil appointed by the council. The students' union has un- dertaken a study of the tilings about the school that students like, dislike, new programs thev I would like to see introduced or removed, and any changes that should be mfidn j Principal S. S. Shaw endorses Ihe new look of Ihe student group and hopes it will not be- come militant The studsnl council and the leaching staff communicate j freely, lie added. j The group had asked to be i nble to sit in on slaff meetings but were refused the right cause of the confidential nature of some of the discussions. Not all of the recomrr.enda- lions made by the student coun- cil study will be adopted by Ihe ter.riiing staff, Mr. Shaw w.'rncd, but added that the stu- dents will certainly get a good and fair hsaring. MERE KID i The University of Letlibridge is a non denominational, co- 1 educational university cstabl- i lishcd Jan. i. I9B7 within the I Universities Act of Alberta. PAUL BUNYAN'S WORK Part of ihe city's local initiatives program is evident along Parkside Drive where several female cottonwood have been axed lo help stifle the problem of flying fl uff around Henderson Lake. The removal of these frees olio allows ofher frees in fhe area to mature- The logs ore used in i'ne park and picnic areas for firewood during the summer. BISSETT ELECTRiC (1971) 226 12th St. A North Phone 327-7508 LEON J. GZAJKOWSKI Aulhoriied Dealer and Service Cenlrt for PIONEER CHAIN SAWS Ceramic BATHTUB EDGING AND SEAL flexible cohesive coulf' ing. Permonenlly walerproof decornles, sanMires and seals crocks oround tub, shower and sink. Each package seals 12S inches complete wiftS 4 corner sections and 2 tapered end sections. Colors: Black ond White, PER KIT, ONLY 5.97 Call Hardware 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Open Monday, Tues.r Sat. a.m. lo p.m. Thurs. and fr. a.m. to p.m. YOKOHAMA RADIALS 40 000 JVIILE GUARANTEE 9 ply tread Safety at higher speeds Better road Outstanding braking Economic performance Shop and Compare then see the Yokohama Radial at TIRE MART LTD. 1902 2nd Avenue S. Phono 327-3580 "WE KNOWINGLY UNDERSELL" WHIRLWIND TOUR Manpower Minister Bryce Meek- asey, centre, and Alberta Rocky Mountain riding Liberal MP, Allen Sulalycky, left, Friday visiled miners al Colemon Collieries in sculhern Alberta as part of a one-day lour lo determine ihe problems of people living in areas not often visited by cabinet ministers. Here a miner shows how a piece of mining equipment is used. Decoux Pholo Music Icucfifrs plrcl Marilyn Sinclair was recently Sineiek, treasurer, also re- ro elected lo the office oticloclod; Margaret past; president at Ihe annual meelinfi of Hie Lclhbridge of the Alberta Resislercd Music Teachers Association. Other officers are Philip pc.sidcnL; Anne coi'ding secretary: .Margaret 1 Y o u n g, corresponding secre- tary; and Jim Ringland, coun- cillor and publiciiy chairman. CORRECTION In Benjamin's od of Sat., Feb. 12th the wrong dry cleaning specials appeared. They should have read as follows: SPRING AND FAtL TOPCOATS SLACKS. PANTS or SKIRTS SWEATERS light or mod. woigM EACH NO CHARGE FOR PICK-UP AND DELIVERY BENJAMIN'S CLEANERS 317 ST. S. (MASONIC BLDG.) PHONE 327-5771 We don't just make an economy car. We make an line. It's called Corolla. None of them as what you'd call big. That is, unless you're looking for an economy car that offers something besides economy. Then the idea of a Corolla grows on you. Because of un-economy-looking good looks. And enough power to keep up with the big and still get 30 plus miles to the gallon. And lots of other good things we could go on with. But weld rather you see and feel and drive a Corolla for yourself. So you can discover how very big a line of little cars can be. TOYOTA From lop to bottom: 1200 coupe nml 73 horsppnwor. wnijnn, scilnn, sedan, mid iwipf. 102 horsepower, ojulonal autwiiiillc. k. cars arc sold and serviced from const to const in Cnnadn and throughout the world. IETHBRIDGE ICARDSTON JMHK RIVER ITABER Toyolo Travel Centre Son T01roia Madge Equipment Ltd.lKenwciy Toyola Box 1202 Coulti Highwoy I I I Box 1202 Coulti Highway Tol. 327-3165, 327-3711 I Box 760 Tol. Box 299 647-3138, 647-3939) lux 1006 323-3434 ;