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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Skating as a family sport By JUDY TUHIC Writer Whatever happened to that oW fashioned fun-sport family skating? There once was a time when the local frozen over pond was proud- ly decorated wiUi many a zippy couple and several dawned youngsters. But these regular outings teem to be a thing of the past that few of us in this modern age have time to enjoy. It isn't a lack of facilities, nor a lack of opportunity. Skating Is Just down in its ratings. Kas Kostek, ice marshal! at the Adams Park Ice Cen- tre, said that a normal turn- out for family skating night would be 70 or so persons. Of these, "dose to 75 per cent are those who come regularly with their and take advantage of what is he aaM. He added that this num- ber should be higher as Hie Idea uf providing family skating (which is restricted to those 18.years of age and is to have parents come out with their children and be able to teach them to skate without the problem of avoiding the over-zealous younger skaters present at public skating. Among those who still en- joy the activity is the Les Colwill family. Both par- ents have skated for most of ttieir lives, and introduced their children to the ice at an early age. Mr. Colwill, an ex- pro hockey player for ttie New York Rangers, said that his family would sooner "skate than stay at home Mid watch the Idiot box, n I call it." Commenting on the popu- larity of skating as a fam- ily sport, he said "It seems more people are taking to participating in sports in- stead of just being specta- tors, and there are more here than two years ago." Not everyone need he an expert on the ice.' The Vucurevich family is taking the opportunity to teach four-year-old Darren to skate, and they all enjoy the evening out. An appreciation of the sport may be fast fading, and an ait that was once a winter happening on the way out. But local stores are re- porting good skate sales, not losses in the blade business. The question is, where have all the skaters gone? John and Sophie Vucurevich auii) ten, Damn Youth culture explosion brings on theatrical boom By JEAN SHARP Canadian Press Staff Writer TORONTO (CP) Theatre for the young Is enjoying a boom these days. It's visible to meet people as a cluster of productions at Christmas and another scatter for the spring school holidays, but increas- ingly it has a vigorous life through the rest of the year in productions that travel from school to school and in branching-off experimental programs. Two Toronto companies that pafd'm for children are Young People's Theatre and the Studio Children's Theatre, offspring of the Studio Lab Theatre. Susan Rubes, founder pro- ducer of Young People's, says believes her company to be one of the largest Equity employers of Canadian talent, "Over a period of a year we emptoy 40-odd actors, four directors, eight stage manag- ers and crews of six or seven." The Studio Children's Thea- tre employs 10 people. Both use the work of Cana- dian writers and musicians. Ernest Schwarz, artistic director of Studio Lab, specu- lates that a lot of factors are involved in UK interest in children's theatre, hire is happening at all levels, STUDENTS FORM CAST "The explosion of youth cul- partly because there are so many of them. Under the cap- italistic system, they're a good market. "But there Is also an em- phasis on the teeming and creative process at BD early age. We now know that a child's attitude toward team- ing is shaped when he's very young." Mrs. Rubes says she be- lieves live theatre Is impor- tant to a child because it is a personal thing that involves its audience at many levels. "live theatre makes a de- mand. It does not allow you to go and get a pop or to turn yourself off. Television is a LETHBRIDGE FISH GAME ASSN. WEDNESDAY AT 8 P.M. IN THE EAGLES HALL 13th St. N. JACKPOT 54 NUMBERS-FREE CARDS I JACKPOTS (4th, 8th and 12th) In 7 NumtMn NO CHILDREN UNDER 14 mm w BINGO LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 51 NUMBERS OR LESS (Increasing one number par week until won) lit GAME JACKPOT 5th GAME (X) 10th GAME JACKPOT WON EVERY WEEK MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under 16 not allowed iaoniored by Ladies Auxiliary to Canadian LotjlMi solitary thing, but in a theatre the excitement is different. "Youngsters allow them- selves to be involved, even when you don't have a partici- pating play, and at the same time, they're critical. An actor cannot cheat on a child's audience. Children don't make allowances." Both the groups have plays touring schools during the year, Young People's in To- ronto and Studio Lab in Northern Ontario. Both work with teachers and students to try to make the experience more than an isolated break from classes. Both are involved in experi- mental programs that go be- yond performances. Under Ron Singer, the Young People's Theatre oper- ates a student company. From auditions, they choose 15 actors and 10 production people. For several weeks they rehearse weekends and evenings and finally take the students out of school for three weeks. They work on their production as a profes- sional company would, full time, In a theatre. Then they tour the schools with it. Mr. Schwarz says Studio Lab will have no Toronto the- atre in 1972 and is considering a northern base. It is negotiat- ing with people in Sudbury who want to organize a thea- tre OGiiUe. In the meantime, it operates a community resources group under Barry Karp. He de- scribes them as a team of specialists in creative learn- ing. They have worked with the libraries, a Sunday school, the University of Toronto, a teachers organization, In housing projects, with a parks and recreation department. "More and more, we are taking the creative process out of the studio. It's not just happening in a theatre, it's got a community back- ground." MALE FASHIONS KEGINA (CP) Geometric designs were highlighted at a recent men's fashion show, with plaids, small and large window- pane checks and patterned fab- rics dominating the scene. Jack Mock, a men's clothier, said co-ordinates in geometric de- signs have gained quick popu- larity. HAWAII 2 WEEK GOLF TOUR For Ladies! DEPARTURE DATE 20th FEBRUARY, 1972 RETURN 4lh MARCH, 1972 FARE Includes return Jet Flight to Honolulu Poelflc Beoch Hotel Six Rounds of Golf (Including cart and green Farewell Aloha Dinner and much, much morel Non-Ootftri Wtlcomt, Sharing, Phone 328-7921 for FREE BROCHURE! Michael Makarenko masters the art for now All Photos by Waller Kerber Unhappinetti it being a two year eld. non-skater far Makelm Drinkell A Calendar Of Local Preceptor Eta Chapter, Beta Sigma PM, will hold a meet- ing on Tuesday at Hie home of Mrs. W. 0. Haute. Mrs. V. W. Thomhill will present her pro- gram at this time. Fort Mackod square danc- ers will hold the regular dance on Wednesday at p.m. with round dance practice at 8 p.m. in the elementary school. Everyone welcome. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. Milk River Belles 'n Beaux square dance learners' group will dance Thursday, instead of Tuesday this week only, in the Erie Rivers school at 8 p.m. Women are asked to please bring a box hmch. The monthly meeting of the Sir Alexander Gelt Chapter IODE, will be held at 2 p.m. on Thursday at me home of Mrs. A. I. H. Somervtlle, 1312 IS Ave. S. Sting reception BEDFORD, South Africa (AP) -When wedding bells ted to mark the marriage of l de Klerk to Nico van dcr Heulen they roused swarms of bees from hives in the church steeple. The angry bees stung many of the 500 wedding guests wfore they were dispersed by insecticide. The regular monthly ing of the Wilson White Com munity Club will be held the home of Mrs. C. E. Parry on Thursday at p.m. A good attendance is requested. The Quota Olub business meeting will be held Friday a p.m. at Sven Ericltsen1 Family Restaurant, instead o on Tuesday. Governor Isabelle Butters will make her officia visit The regular meeting of the Associated Canadian Travellers Ladies' Auxiliary will be held on Wednesday at 7 p.m. sharp at the Park Plaza. The regular meeting of Do- minion Rebekah Lodge will be held at the Odd Fellows Hall on Thursday at 8 p.m. Installation of officers. Visitors welcome. The Christian Science testi- mony meeting will be held on Wednesday at p.m. in the church auditorium, 1203 4 Ave. S. Everyone welcome. The monthly meeting of As- sumption CWL will be held in the Parish Hall on Wednesday at 8 p.m. PRICE A GUIDE In general, price can be consi- dered a good Indicator of coffee quality. Helpful wives in trouble PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) Wives who make sandwiches for their husbands' friendly card games may be guilty of promoting gambling under Oregon's new criminal code. District Attorney Desmond Connall says the code, as he understands it, makes private card games beyond the reach of the law although still tech- nically illegal. Potential spies LONDON (AP) A security memorandum to British civil servants warns them not to em- ploy girls from Communist countries as household help be- cause the girls might be poten- tial spies. But anyone connected with the game who doesn't play is, according to the code, promot- ing gambling, Connall said. So card-playing Oregon hus- bands apparently will bavo the choice, after the code goes, into effect, of inviting their wives to join their games or making their own sandwiches. PUBLIC BINGO T6 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. HELP US TO HEIP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Ncedi Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household CALL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Breathing the air in here hoi already given me heartburn 1" GREEN'S Annual January SHOE SALE WOMEN'S HEEL HUGGER PUMPS Short Discontinued lines nly. Regular to JANUARY CLEARANCE 17 ,99 SPECIAL SELECTION MEN'S WOMEN'S CHILDREN'S WINTER BOOTS Reg. to ft fl NOW ONLY, PAIR......... ALL WINTER BOOTS All Teeners1 Shoes by Marie Clare-Nu Way Loafers, etc. SELECTION Reg. to SELECTION Reg. to Only Only Jj MEN'S SHOES Savage, Randr MaeFarlana Reg. to NOW ONLY Torino, etc. 17 20% OFF MEN'S SHOES Selection of Pedwin, Hush Puppie, Cm- by Square, Jogging Shoes. Reg. to Q M NOW ONLY n D c 4 i CHILDREN'S SHOES Dress Pumps Sandals IA VAUEY-COID CROSS-PAVEL MU5T BE CLEARED Selection Reg. to M t NOW ONLY SAVAGE-WOOLEY-ROSITA Selection Reg. to NOW ONLY 3 QQ Children'! winter boon included. Buffer Brown Savage Classmate. Reg. to 112 gg NOW ONLY PURSES A raal good Selection OFF GREEN'S SHOES ON SIXTH STREET OPEN WED. TILL o P.M.-THURS. TILL 9 P.M ;