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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta -iHt LEiHBHluGE HERALO-Saturdcy, Junt 8, 1974 For close to a hundred young people and adults Damn Yankee, to be staged late August at the Yates will provide a summer of total involve- ment in the performing arts. It's an opportunity to get that first brush with the theatre, to extend experience gained in school and community drama and to have fun, make new friends. And that's the whole idea. That was the Idea when producer-director Dick and the Allied Arts Council got together "something to do in summer" for an age group, senior-high and university students, who were being missed in community programs. The first show was In That brought In people like Mike Sutherland, now local Chamber of Commerce manager and Brian Walker, a university student then who decided to make drama his specialty and was later to stage his own production of the show with his students. It involved not only students, but young people working as hairdress- ers, radio announcers, stenographers. They worked on stage, backstage, building painting sets, in makeup and costume design, front of house at the box office, ushering, running the concession. it produced an indispensable group of the kids who make the coffee, run around with posters, hunt for props, And where did the adults fit In? They pitched right In with the young set, sometimes bringing a little extra expertise, often just learning by doing as did school librarian Barb Day who worked on costumes for last year's Weat Side Story, while her son and daughter were on the stage. This year then, it's Damn the smash musical that chronicles the adventures of the middle-aged baseball fan wo makes a deal with the devil for youth and the chance to have team win the pennant, Shades of but all in fun and with a happy ending, with songs the like of "You Gotta Have Heart." "Shoeless "Who's Got the Pain When You do the Membo." A happy ending to the show, but a happy beginning to summer for all who get into the act. And you can too. just by contacting the Allied Arts office in the Sowman Arts Centre. Legal Guidance Services Room 4, Civic Centre. May 33, 1974. Leg-il G'nda'icp Services is an Opportunities lor Youlfi proioct oporaletl by lour law sludBnls from University ol Albgfta The service provides Irge legal information and assislaneo to people who cannot afford -i lawyer People are advised to phone or come to (ho office listed if they h-we .1 iggal problem Whe" a person approaches Legal Guidance Services a student listens lo Iheir problems proceeds to find some solution through research In the legnl issue :inct makes suggestions to the client as 10 what steps should be tahen Inta'estud persons should phon? ihe ofhce at or 328-10 The oftico Is located In Room 2 of Civic Sports Cent'" nnd operates 9 00-5 00 o m daily. Monday lo Friday The proiecl will coase lo operate Angus' 30 COMMUNITY SERVICES REMINDERS: Public Swimming: Henderson Pool, Lions Pool and Fritz Sick Pool sched- uled public swimming hours will appear every Monday and Thursday on the entertainment page of The leth- bridge Herald. Family Season Swimming Passes: Passes are now on sale at all swimming pools. Priced at these family passes will admit the entire family to Public Swimming at any of the city operated swimming pools through until September 15, 1974. Public Park Ice Centre Will be held each Monday and Wednesday from p.m. commencing July 1, 1974 and contin- uing until August 28, 1974. Private Party Pools Community groups and the general public are reminded that all city swimming pools are available for private party rental. For hours, rates and further information con- tact the Community Services Department. Power Skating Classes Henderson Park Ice Centre, each Tuesday and Thursday evening from p.m. and p.m., com- mencing Tuesday, July 16 to August 8, 1974. The registration fee will be per person for 8 one- hour sessions. Registrations for the above program will be taken Wed- nesday evening, June at the Civic Sports Centre, Gym No. 1, from p.m. on a first come first serve basis as there is limited space available for boys 14 years to 17 years. The instructor for the program will be Jan Hallmark of Sweden who is presently an instructor with the Leth- bridge Figure Skating Club. For further contact the Community Services Department office at 328-2341, Ext. 256. INFORMATION LETHBRIDGE REFERRAL SERVICES DIRECT SERVICES Information Lethbridge WHAT IS IT? the City of Lethbridge has an abundance o) serv- ices ready to help YOU. In a growing cicy like ours, it is not difficult to become do you turn to for help with a specific problem or ques- tion regarding children's needs, family matters, health and social services, recreational and social clubs, landlord and tenant legislation, or any other aspect of city living. INFORMATION LETHBRIDGE provides information, direction and one convenient source the helping services in YOUR city. DROP IN OR CALL US 329-0636 WE ANSWER QUESTIONS AS: I lost my birth certificate, where may I obtain an- other? How do I apply for a pension? What are the hours of the border crossing at Car- way? Should l receive interest on my security deposit? Whom do i call regarding a consumer complaint? Are there any softball clubs for ladies? What do I do if I see someone beating their child? Where can I obtain information on gardening? I live at 326-23 Street North Where is the closest kindergarten'' Lethbridge Advisory Board WHAT IS IT? WHAT DO THEY DO? INFORMATION LETHBRIDGE also acts for the Leth- bridge Advisory Board, establish- ed by City Council, disseminating information about existing legislation as It affects both landlords and tenants. Complaints are also received by our office and are Investigated by the Board, who at- tempts to mediate any disputes between landlords and tenants, by means of educating and advising them of rights and remedies, by holding a closed "Grievance in which the Board will hear both sides and give Its ruling. WHAT IS AVAILABLE? The Board has prepared a "Landlord and Tenant available for which includes copies of: THE LANDLORD AND TENANT Rental Agreement forms, Condition Report forms (for use with security Notice to Tenant, Notice to Landlord, and Application For a Grievance Form. One or any of these forms, or THE LANDLORD AND TENANT ACT, may be purchased individually at nominal cost. 1974 Community Directory The 1974 COMMUNITY DIRECTORY, avaliable for is designed to provide an informational source of service clubs, public non-profit organ- izations and agencies, which are available to the people of our city. Free Bus Passes Bus Passes are issued to persons who have lived in Lethbridge for at least one year, and who are: 1. 65 years of age or over, 2. 60 years of age or over with a Medical Treat- ment Card, 3. Registered with C.N.I.B, in Calgary, 4. D.V.A. recipient, 5. Senior Citizen Lodge resident 329-0636 K. L. Jensen, Information Supervisor D. M. Miedema. Receptionist YATES CENTRE 4th Ave. 10th St. South T1J OP6 A City of lelhbrldgo Preventive Social Service Project Office Hours: Monday Through Friday a.m. p.m. ;