Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
II students win jobs under 'opportunities' children. BY MAW! U'NN Special nNCIlEn CHEEK An Op- portunilie.s for Youth project here lias been approver! by the federal government. A grant or lias been okayed for the establishment of it lourist booth, tourist survey and related guiding services in the town. The project uill run for about 11 weeks. IL will employ II students throughout its dura- tion. The tourist booth will involve the welcoming of tourists to Pinclicr Creek. Visitors will be asked to fill out, questionnaires about tour- ism in Alberta and an evalua- tion of these replies along with field research will be contained In the tourist survey. Signs will be erected inform- ing tourists of interesting side- trips. Support for this project was received from the Pincher Creek Chamber of Commerce, the Pincher Creek MD and the Southern Alberta Tourist Asso- ciation Tile survey is the only one of its kind in Canada which in- volves a community of this size. The group would like to ex- tend its appreciation to AI Bre- wer, the department of youth representative. He was most belpful in starling this project. Wayne Pinkney helped organ- ize the project and will act as a resource person during the summer. Frank Smith, manager of EATA, will aid in training the group ami helped to procure a government frailer for Ihc pro- ject. Participants are: flcne Joanne Ulcliards, Joyce Rich- ards, Marjorie Smith, Clieryl Clielz, Lcnore Hinman, Laura Lee Porteous, Joan Rouleau, Lola Kabatoff, Wendy Beer and Linda McGarva. The Rroup would like to re- ceive suggestions from citizens here and in Southern Alberta as to what questions should be included on the survey, or as to any related information which they might feel pertinent to the project's success. Please address these sugges- tions to cither Reno Fluyg or Miss Joaiini' Hicbards, Pincher Creek. It is hoped that they and (he various communities in south- ern Alberta will benefit from this project and Ilius promote the third largest industry in Al- beita, tourism. CANNIBAL TYPES Pirale spiders cat other spi- ders, some species having been observed to pluck the prey's web like a courting male to gain entrance. May 26 TABIOK MINSi Ttefiislra- lions for Olradc 1 pupils will lio received r.l SI. Patrick's Kle- nienlary School Friday, May 20. SchooJ principal Clare n c e WonU says potential slarlcrs must have been live years of age before March 31 last. A birlli certificate may be re- quired when registrations are made. New pupils will be Riven an orientation to school experience by attending school for three days, June li. 15 and 16 prior to the close of school for the summer holidays. Mr. Wenfz requests parent5; lo register all eligible children to avoid confusion with extra enrolments when school starts in Ihe fall. 'The Year Lethbridge Won ihe Grey Cup> to be staged at Milk River May 27-29 MILK RIVER Can a foot- ball team which has lost 57 straight games recover enough to save flic coach's job and pro- duce a Grey Cup for Let h- bridgc? This Insurmountable task [aces Bo o m e r Bronson and Pepper P o 1 a s k i, Lelhbridgo Rockets coaches, as they pre- pare (heir collection of misfits for the 1972 season. This wild plot is the structure for an original three-act com- edy written and directed by Don E. Bchrens, Erie Rivers High School teacher. The Fir.st Nighter Drama Company will present Behren's The Year Lethbridgc Won the Grey Cup at 8 p.m. May 27, 20 and'29. A cast of 25 will keep the aclion moving once Uic bridge Rockets start their quest for the Canadian Foolball Championship. The circumstances w h i c h surround Ihc possible revival of the lowly Lethhridge Hock- els Football Club keep tho action moving along in a fun- filled evening of comedy. Don Bchrens is assisled by Michelle Schamber in the pro- duction. Cast in Ihe load role1; of Boomer and Pepper are Allan Cody and Joe Chambers, Grada 11 students at Eric Rivers. The y are supported by Rcnee Wright, Janice Cody, Wayne McCoy. M i c h c 11 o Schamber, Fred Bchvcns, Rick Drew, Jodi Bchren.s. Les V'ombrock, Burke Russell, Gor- don Ellert, Pam Kalau, Jane Ellert, Greg Smith, Bill Sher- idan, Lloyd Eaglesor. Jim Gra> ham, Diane Stringham, Robert Haraga, Jay Eagleson and Terry Baczuk. The identity of the cast member playing Pierre 'J'ru- dcau has been wilhheld. VOLLEYBALL HOPEFULS Moving on lo LDS Church young men's oreo volleyboli ol Seattle, Wash., today and Saturday are Taber Third Ward hopefuls, back row, from lefh Philip Harding, Wayne Nalder, Craig Jensen, Hugh Harding and LeRon Lilch- field. Front row: Daryl Jensen, Kendon Bennett, Lloyd Bennell and coach Sherwin W. Nalder. Other photo: LeRon Litchfield, most valuable player. Gibb Pholos Dairy Queen BOTH LOCATIONS NORTH AND SOUTH Regular Size Milk Shake shake 2 DAYS ONLY FRIDAY and SATURDAY MAY 19th and 20th CiauAm.aQ.CNp, be merry! NORTH STORE 516-13tli St. North Phone 327-4855 SOUTH STORE 1152 Mayor Magralli Drive South Phone 327-6440 Streams will be BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Alf superintend- ml of the Crowsncst Pass For- est, has staled snow in Ihe sur- rounding mountain regions is 40 per cent above normal for Uiis time of year. He felt no problems of flood- inR would occur unless a per- iod of warm rnin arcompan- icd by warm nights was exper- ienced. Stream r.hnnmls .irn now car- vyinc, ooak nf vviler. If cnnditionr, ronlmim ,15 Iliov arr nou. nn problems Mill br C'onl evenings and followed hy warm rlnyr, ivill allow much of thr runoff In coiv tinuc, thus lessening Ihc haz- ard. Mr. Long w o r I h indiralcd there Is still four to six feet of snow on the level in the inonnlain regions around I he aiva. Valleys have consider- ably heavier nmimuliilinns Slronms in the area hr [airly high, all Ecasou, i l.idny, Mtiy 17, 1773 THJ LETH8RIDS[ HEKAID 3 Honor Gillies May 20 PICTURE BUTTE-An open house from 2 to 5 p.m. Satur- day will honor Mr. and Mrs. C. If. Gillies on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary. H will be held at their homo here. Mr. Gillies drove the mail truck from Lelhbridge to Sun- dial, Picture Butlc, Iron Springs and Turin until 1925. He also drove a school bus for a number of years in the Pic- ture Butte area. Neil Sinclair, Mrs. Gillies' father, helped put Ibe first train over the Frank Slide in 1003. Attending will be Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Gillies and Mrs. Gibb (Ceu'a) Drake, both ol Picture Eutte. Also attending will be Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martin of Vic- toria, B.C. YKAIIS Gilbert I'.ortin, rpcrhcs a per- vicr awnnl from Ken Bnlir, County ol -ID-Mile .No. S num. inpal cnr.niiillpr tliairnian, Tliomab aliovo, also re- ceived a award. RUN OVEM IVATP.rt Many nursery web spiders can run over the surface of water and if chased can dive and stay submerged for some time. DRIVER TRAINING More llian 60 junior cyclists gather a1 the Taber Administra- tion Building parking lot to participate in a "Pedal Pushers" homing course in bicycle safety and traffic courlesy. They ore being instructed by assistant recreation director Miss Yvonne Mclvor and Const. Arnold Austin of the Taber police force. Three instructors wrrr on hand for each of Ihe three groups of 70 in the seven-lesson courr-e. Ross GibY> Tliolo PINCHER CREEK QUARTERHORSE SHOW Sponsored by the X-H Rein- ing and Training Lighl Horse Club. JUNE 9 AND TO- JUDGE: Wayne BIUI, Polion, Montana FRIDAY: YOUTH SHOW Weilern Driving Clan; Pole Bending; Barrel Racing; Trail Clau; Jumping; Pack Race; Hide Race. SATURDAYi QUARTERHORSE SHOW Holler Clatiei; Quarter Hone Jumping; Reining Pattern; Trail Clcm: Poll Bending; Riding Pattern For furlher information or entry forms. Interested people may phone or wriln MRS, NORA PETERS Pincher Creek, 627-2735 Enter the Canadian Conference of the Arts' Sponsored by the Canadian Conference of the Arts and supported by Molson competition offers the winners a share of in grants to further their music careers, and a tremendous chance to have their songs heard Ihc "big opportunity" for Canadians vho wn'fc tlic.r own songs about life in Canada, Because ihc Conference of the Ails and Molson Canadian be' thai Canadian life is well expressed hv ihc song writers of this country, thcv believe more people should be en llic chance to hear them. And Uini's llic reason for the song compctiiion. All seines tnlcred in "Hear Canada Tor merit by an indeprntlcnl panel of some ofthe nation's top prnfcsiional musiaans.Thc stings judiTil lo have ihc most merit will he rrcordfd. and tccctda and promoted la DINAH CHRISTIE radio stations. Pubilidlj'kits on ihesongjand the oampasen iv ill be sen I lo ncwspnpcrs and radio stations. And .i< nn nddcd inccmrvc ihc writers of the lop longs will ili.irc 517.500 in crants to further Ihcir music careers. A dinner lo have heard! Personal publicity! The Hear Canada Singing Song Writing competition ilir dream tonic-true break for any carect. rnil jour name and address to: "Ik-ar Canada nnadian Conference of Ihe Am P.O. Box ZM5. Station "D" OTTAWA K1P5WS ,'r'll mail hack an competition nln form and full lAN'HlsON ljun Uic'.vciyAlbcila Lul.