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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta July 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD IT Mountain hiker makes 200 miles in 800mile trek along Rockies By LARRY BENNETT Staff Writer BANFF Brent Spohn is in Banff and has completed 200 miles of his 800mile hike from the and Canadian border to Grande a small northern Alberta mining a 19yearold student at the University of left the southern end Cam eron Lake in Waterton Lakes National Park June 13 and ar rived at Blsirmore the eve ning of June During the first part of the trip from Cameron Lake to Blairmore he was plagued by a snow and rain high winds and deep snow still on the He was forced to return to Waterton on his second day out to dry his equipment and clottes and to pick a new His second attempt to reach Blairmore was less eventful and he reported seeing some an elk and a bear at a great He rested in Blairmore for a increased the weight of his pack to 65 from 60 pounds and set out for The Blairmore to Banff trek was a great Every time I talk about it I just get said Every place I even I they leave rut ivhen I think Im in the J away from everyone I can find traces of A day didnt go by that I did not find some kind of gar Every place I looked I could see beer cardboard boxes and one day I even found two junked cars amount of garbage is un realits Tlie only large animal I have been able to see in the woods since I has been left Blahmore Most of the persons I have seen have been on trail bikes or in fourwheel drive and almost where ever they go IndianDays at Standoff starts with dance tonight Country and western dancing in the Kainai Sports Centre at Standoff tonight will officially launch this years Indian Days on tire Blood Indian Music for the which gets underway at will be provided by Phil Leth bridge and the West Wind from Thursday will be the first full day of activities in the annual celebration which mil run through Richard Mills of the Blood band administration supplied the following itinerary for ev ents Thursday 7 rations handed 8 concessions stands for 9 entertainment children at the west conces sion Noon Indian traditional dancing begins and continues all 4 payment of Indians erecting more western dancing in Kainai Sports Tfle mappy Feeung from Industries will be of Friday events will be opened by Prime Min same as those of Trudeau Saturday after with the exception there as part of the be a memorial and giveaway dance for the late Cecil events take place at and the late night dance Builder applies to for okay on town The Municipal Planning of the town houses mission will consider today be three bedroom units application for 24 eight will be twobedroom tal town house units in The three bedrooms will for slightly more than Holger Frandsen is and the two bedrooms for permission to the more than houses at 13071411 MFC will also consider and 14021428 Ashgrove Construction would begin almost immediately if application by Gulf Oil Can ada for a gas bar and ear sion is at 1303 3rd How to Succeed cast named David formerly a stu dent at the University of Mon tana at has won the lead role of Pierrepont Finch in the Lethbridge Musi cal Theatre summer youth pro duction of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Try The a 1962 Pulitzer Prizewhining Broadway mu sical will run 1 4 at the Yates Memorial Cen who is expected to take up residence in the city permanently and is now work ing with the Community Sum mer appeared More tourists register BOILED LINSEED OIL With your Per FREDDIES PAINT WESTERN 816 3rd PHONE 3275540 Little Mary The play was LMTs 1969 summer How to Succeed ran for performances on Broadway registrations in Leth bridge increased by 39 per cent in June over the same month last The Travel and Convention Association of Southern Alber ta reports people regis tered at the citys two tourist information centres last compared with in There were includ ing cars from out of the province compared to cars 746 outofprovince in June of A similar growth in tourism is noted at Fort SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE AIL WHITE AND BEIGE PUMPS AND DRESS SHOES to f 4 It NOW ONLY ALL CLOGS to NOW ONLY DRESS SHOES Re9to Special NOW ONLY i99 Balance Of Shoes 1 Q Off aking it one of the longest unning musicals in American tieatre The play was written by Abe of Cactus Guys and Dolls and 40 Words and music are y Frank composer of number of hit musicals in luding Guys and How to Succeed will be the bird summer musical for MT and the sixth held since abes in Arms in The rst three were Sponsored by ie Allied Arts All have been directed by ick the citys cultural affairs Also taking mam roles will wendy Grigg who appeared year in Winston Churchill ligh Schools production of The Sound of Her costar in The Sound of Allan Burrows will also ake a main role in How to Other lead performers will x Chip Frank Feath David Lily Lar Albert Mardene Sheila Debbie Anderson and Cliff The chorus of secretaries vill comprise Liana Debbie Allyn Marilyn Laurie Jz Jane iosemarie Barb Darlene Brittner and Heather How to Succeed concerns a window washer who by sheer all and manipulation rises to chairman of the board of the Worldwide Wicket Com Rehearsals are to begin in about a week and directing chores will be taken initially jy Joan Muriel Jol liffe is choreographer and Ellyn musical Mells will return to com plete the direction in early Au gust following a fiveweek arts ted I met an old man who aid he once was a hunter and a but he has given it He said he has been out in the woods during hunting season and there was so much shoot ing t sounded like World War Two all over The old man said so many persons came so often and made so much noise all of the animals had been driven deep in the There were times when I was looking for ani mals and not seeing that I wished all of these moun tains could be closed to motor but then I would see something so beautiful I felt sorry that more people could not see it with The only animals I have seen in abundance have been ground I have also seen a lot of rabbits and a lot of deer but I have not seen a deer since before I reached I have spent several hours scanning hill sides with my binoculars and have not seen an Not only have I seen the garbage left by I have been sickened by the op erations of One day I walked into an abandoned logging camp and felt I had just walked into a I followed one of the logging roads and was sad to see it was buried in branch es torn from trees and left to T did some fishing during this part of the but all I caught were small trout and It took half a dozen to mike a About nine miles out of Banff I had planned to follow Goat When I got there 1 found it had been darned up for a power plant and no long er he Spohn ssid he was going to go over the contents of his cut all the margins off his maps and get rid of all but the absolutely necessary items so he could carry more I have lost 15 pounds in the last two weeks and my ap petite has increased immen I am starting to get in real ly good shape and I have to eat a lot more now than when I started said Spohn said he was easily covering as much as 25 miles WORLD OF SHOES 317A Sixth Street South a day and not feeling terribly tired He said he experienced only one bad storm in this portion of the The wind was so strong I could hardly walk against so I rested for a day and let the storm blow he The weather has been cool enough that he has not been badly bothered by bugs and he has not gotten too hot while The only animals that have bothered me at night have been field I have to be careful where I put my sleeping bag be cause I could easily wind up sleeping on a broken bottle or rusty he and administration Harvard Business course School A needle in a haystack Sadie Scott of Eegina is looking for and She has written to Mayor Andy soliciting his help in her search for the elu sive According to her she met a Lethbridge couple in Hawaii in They were known to the va cationing group only as and Lethbridge she never learned their real She does recall they were a jolly couple and that she once held Leth bridges things while she took Scott would like to have the Lethbridge is described as tall and of slight while his wife is much Anyone with information as to the identity of the mystery couple may contact Scott at 1 Merritt Be I at lowest Prices Drop in unemployed The number of males in the Lethbridgo area receiving un employment insurance benefits in June decreased substantially from the previous but the number of unemployed fe males remained almost con There were 999 males and 925 females on unemployment in surance nt the end of compared with males and 941 females nt the end of It is believed an increase In construction accounts for most of the drop in male unemploy The area served by the Loth bridge office includes Tabcr and Fort Macleod as well as The figures include only those receiving not unem ployed persons who do not qual ify for unemployment ins PRICES EFFECTIVE and iuly8th9th10th Mayfair Foods 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