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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta WtdnMooy, July 29, If THIIJTHMIDOIHBAID 21 Terrible Tourist rehearsal RICK ERVIN photo Hamming it up for a three-play presentation to be and children. The Theatre for Children showing will also held Thursday are members of the cast from the Sunshine Players and Lethbridge Youth Theatre. The plays will be staged in front of the Bowman Art Centre at 8 p.m., free of charge, with refreshments provided for parents include a presentation of the Chris Gibson Memorial Scholarship to a deserving member of the two play- groups. Community festival plans finalized Community involvement is the key to making the upcom- ing Lethbridge sumnter festival a success, according to Frank Clampitt, festival co-ordinator. Be said the outdoor indoor events nave been scheduled for August 10 through 12 and will take place at the civic centre ice arena, the playing field, In- dian Battle Park, Yates Mem- orial Centre and the exhibition sports compound. Included in the plans are dance and concert entertain- ment, band and foot art, action games, community picnics, par- ticipation demonstrations, fUms end play presentations. Activities win begin with a dance to be held .Friday even- ing at the civic centre with music provided by a local var- iety group, the Linemen. Saturday, continuous displays of art work and demonstrations wiQ be in progress at the civic centre field and ice arena. Opportunities for Youth groups will assist with these activities, and such crafts as pottery making, macrame, ba- tik, tye dyeing, leather work, silk screening, needle work, beadwork and clay work wifl be available. "In all of these ex- plained Mr. Clampitt, "we will be actively involving the people who attend..The demonstrators will show bow certain crafts are made, and the people will then have a chance to try it all themselves. "It's going to be a team-to- do thing, rather than just dis- plays." Sinrilarily, active games of day from to p.m. and play presentations staged by a new theatre group, New Dawn, at the civic ice arena Friday, said Mr. Oampitt. "Included in the Saturday civic centre activities is a 'ami voQeybaO, ping pong and bad- minton will be .in progress at the civic centre during the afternoon, with persons avail- able to give ideas on creative games for picnics and other group of family ventures. Faults, brushes and paper will also be available at the centre for hand and foot art, a community collage and art and poetry expression. "There will be a community sculpture as added Mr. Clampitt, "and we'd like everyone to bring any kind of scrap metal down to civic centre where they can place it on a metal frame, have weld- ed on, and later well present the finished sculpture to the new public library as a total community effort." Children's films will be pre- sented at the Yates on Satur- breakf ast sponsored by the Gold- en Mile Senior Citizens' Cen- tre from 8 to 10 a.m., follow- ed by a brunch at noon and Japanese dancers and enter- tainment by the senior citi- he added. Saturday evening will see a weiner roast planned for 6 p.m. at Indian Battle Park fol- lowed by slap stick comedy routines at the Yates Cen- tre and full-length feature films. The final day of the commu- nity festival, a baseball game between the youth of the city and the RCMP and city police will be held, although a suitable park has not yet been found. "Everything will wrap up with a benefit concert at the exhibition grounds sports concluded Mr. Clampitt, "with Moses, Round- bouse and Kinlck playing from 5 to 11 p.ra" He noted that a public meet- ing will be held Wednesday August 1 at 7 pjn. in the all- purpose room of the Family YMCA to recruit further volun- teer help, particularity for the transportation of supplies to festival events. For further information, in- terested persons or community members with a specific talent, asked to contact Mr. Clampitt at 328-7610. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "The No. 5 dinner. And hold the heartburn. Jrn, ana out of town Mr. and Mrs. I, M. Coover Coutts will be honored on the occasion of their 50th wedding anriversary Sunday from 1 to S p.m. in the Coutts Civic Cen- tre. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the open bouse at this time. No gifts, by request. Presently visiting in the city are Mr. and Mrs. John Archi- blad of Glasgow, Scotland; and Bella Archibald of Inverkeith- ing. They are guests of their sister, Mrs. Mary Hogg follow- ing a 44 year separation since their previous visit to Canada. The Archibalds will return to Scotland July 28. SEE THE AMAZING 4-WAY VORWERK Tbt dtontr that will rtrolutionin dtanini FAIRFIELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. 1244 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-6070 1234 BINGO MOOSE HALL AVENUE NMtTH WEDNESDAY at tJK. Jackpot in 59 Nrnibm 12 Games in 7 Nvnfen 4th ttb PMbWd In 7 ftvmten 5 91.00 3 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER SPONSORED BY THE IOYAI ORDER OF MOOSE Ann Land ers DEAR "ANN LANDERS: I just read the letter from the woman whose husband snored: She hated to move him into the guest room be- cause she was afraid the next move would be out of the house. I'm a widow now but I was the one who snored. I used to hate to go to sleep at night for fear I'd disturb him. Fin- ally I moved into, the guest room. We both got more rest, but I missed the closeness that comes with falling asleep next to the person you love. Being able to reach over at night for the warm reassur- ance of your partner is one of the nicest tilings about be- ing married. Our marriage lost something when I moved out of our bedroom. I thought of the perfect solu- tion but it was too late. He died the next week. I should have waited until he fell asleep and then gone into the guest room. Memories DEAR MEMORIES: Every widow who reads this will be reminded-of something she thought of "too late." For aU of you out there who shu have your partners, vVuiA your blessings. Millions of widows would give anything to trade places with you. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I was stopped cold by the letter from the 38-year-old gal who found her dream man and was glad she waited. Want to bear a similar Story with a different ending? I've known since I was IS exactly the kind of wedding I wanted. Fm 33 now, so it's a little late for the original plan. The understanding was that my parents wouM put me, the oldest of six, though colle ;e. Then each starting with me, would put the next one through. My sister, a year younger, cop- ped out and got married. I was still single and had a good job so I took on her responsibilities. Then the next one, a brother, needed help, so I was there with a big heart and a ready pocket- book. Somewhere along the line I met my dream man, but after three years and no men- tion of marriage, I got the message. Then Mama died. Guess who was elected to take care of Papa? Bight you are. To- day, I'm lonely, disgusted and bitter. But I'm not blaming them. It's my own foolish fault Writing this made me feel better. Maybe I won't need so many tranquilizers today. The Cipher DEAR FRIEND: A woman 33 is still young. You are far from finished unless you want to be. Call the family togeth- er for a tribal council Tell them they're going to ante up and help pay for someone to stay with Papa because you are going back to work and re-entering the wwU of the living. Then do it and you wont need the pflfe. caUnaar of local ha ppenings The Ladies Auxiliary to the Original Pensioners and Se- nior Citizens Society will meet Friday at 2 p.m. at the Hen- derson Lake picnic grounds, weather pennntting. Codes and demits wffl be supplied. Mem- jers are asked to use the No. 2 bus route and board at Kresge's at HUNGRY CROWD CANNED HAMS ICED TEA MIX MUSTARD TOMATOES CHILI CON CARNE FRENCH'S UBBY'S 28-or. Lemonade Bean Salad or Macaroni Salad, Nalleys 14-oz. fins O PofatO SalOO Regular or German style Nalleys......14-oz. _ Cake Mix Foil Wrap ind, fiQ0 Paper Towels r IVIMO Nalleys...........48-oz. O W 7 1 Staffords strawberry, raspberry, apricot.................24-oz. jars Alberta Granulated 3.99 MEATS Phone 327-5295 STEAKS ib. STEWING BEEF Ib. 1 .09 CROSS RIB ml RUMP ROAST BABY BEEF LIVER 'Volue'Village CAHTELOUPE GRAPES PRODUCE 328-1751 California Jumbos Serve with Ice Cream California Perlettes..................... Ib. NECTARINES PEACHES California Sun Grande California Red Top 2 2 Ib. for Ib. for GREEN PEPPERS 'Value'Village BAKERY Phone 327-2424 CoRibntotioii Layer Cakes EACH Parkeriraose Rolls Chocolate Chip Loaf 55' EACH BREAD WHITE OK BROWN 10 loaves LOCATtD AT THE CORNER OF 13th STREET end 6th AVENUE S. ;