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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, Novumlj'.-i 1 My s woes llv lll'ltl! .10IINSO.S lilt' umng allots eoMcert v. .is n-ccnlly cancelled ix-cauM' nt .1 lack oi' fttnd> l.ethnndgc .lunior Sun pln-ny Crchc.-tra is not func- tioning Ivcau.-c there 1st -iren't enough players. Are leva! young people mtor- csicd in imi'sic'.' Are they get- mi.. a'Jcqnatc instruction m -clKi.il'.1 noes city prnude a musical etivirunmcnt con diicivu to tl'.e development of .in appreciation of music? -wer to at! three ui.s in be a qualifud ils are con- ome bright me not so are SO.T.C good but there is also feeling that more loiv. mplo _ Ji.hn Boi is board chair he is "not entirely Theatre Calgary show 'excellent' By MAI1II.YN KNOl'll SlaH Writer llie.-lre Calgary is wct perspiral ion stains on the dollies of tlie actors, which liie iiot weather ins The Rainmaker by V Hieh-j diaraek'risiic of the drought. aril Nash from Oct. 211 I" Km. j (Irossmami playing the plain Curry, 'ITie Rainmaker, Theatre Cal- 1 girl, and farm Gillard who g.uv's second production this j played her younger brother promises to be one deserve special recogni- lion for their acting in this pro- set in the (iuctJon. This sl.lgo performance js lht, limc momy u Iake5 lravcl to Calgary in jo scc Six-year-old MENNONITE CHURCH Thc end is in sight for a building program that began in 1965 at tho takeview Mennonile Brethren Church at 1509 10 a large gel-j 5lructure in the background was built at a cost and! So of the church proper should be completed in March. It will house the sanctuary and a basement assembly hall. Construction of the addition by Klassen Construction of Coaldale began in September. their best. Tlie Rainmaker prairie droughts of the first part of this century. It was also a lime when women were ex- pected only to become wives and mothers. Any girl who Vi'-ji't married by the time she reached her early to mid- dle twenties had all thc signs of being an unmarried spinster for life. The central theme of the 1 'is belief. For thc rainmaker-: ton man it was believing thai this time ho could make rain Kevin Wayne .Jenkins, 6, son come. For the plain farm girl, i of .Mrs. Patricia Jenkins of living an isolated style of lifcjioih St. N. remained missing in the country with her broth-: this imiri'ing, after his disap- ers and father, it was beiicv-; pearance Tuesday, mg that some place there 'disappearance would be a man who would frcm ssn.-.tor Buchanan Schcol n-ant her just as she was, plain: reported to the city police but intelligent. a( Tuesday. The acting and directing for, Theatre Calgary's production j fce( of The Rainmaker were excel-' lent. Although one would class the imssmg d jb d bei m v hair civ.l brown eyes. play as a drama, under the di- j When last seen lie was wear- the board has made no Tai headway in tins direction. Mr. Boras perhaps puts his firmer on the nub of the prob- lem when he says music tends in "get lost in the shuffle." There h.'lp k nl- in ni-r.lrcl nncl follow tho lurini; rurvr-, cr.icciul iii! I'l.in. Klonrlcrnoss. Noln liow ipucklv i imrcinsc flops nnt (liRappf.irs niucll inpl'1 I'.isv way lii'liolliT ynu M..rr .dive, lose l.Mlky f.it nnd help rcuain vnuthl'ul .ictivu. The October summary from i building permit-; have been K thc inspection and development sued since the first of the year department shows SIS.MUOG in That total is down from Ihe post October, 11170 figure oi million. During October, building pel mils totalling were is sued. For the same month last yen-, the figure was S8.S72.000 which ine'iidcd the million dollar university. This October, housing topped Coastruction on the [lender- j the list with in permits son Lake tennis courts has be-1 being issued for il single fail gun on tlie property directly ily residences. of thc Henderson Lake Also i.s.sucd were: U'.'i per- construction Stadium. i Parks and mils for warehouses, MrVtOO; historical opera- I wo permits for office buildings. Fired'' refers to firing ccra- to ?s works in a kiln. j rjjv nilc: simply means the art depart-. mcnt has set a limit of 12 inch.es in any one dimension on tli submissions can enier. provided thc'V can produce a work i np- limit of P.1.d per person i in LIIV ceramic media, or j done so within tbe past two They must also pay a M lie for each entry. Ucepled works u ill be on disphy .Ian. 17 to Feb. 4 at the art department gallery on the 1 cict campus. j Judging wit] be by .lack Shores, prof1. -ST. r.f art. I University ot Saskatchewan in j Hegina. i anists. with thc exception one cellist and one clarinetist. Awards will be presented by Professor Dean Blair, chair- man of the University of Leth- bridge department of music. Scholarship winners and the sponsoring company arc: Lau- rie Fumagalli, Beilevue, Cal- gary Power Ltd.: Karen Bclicvue. Canadian Utilities Ltd.: Mch, Bcllevue. Hcintzman Piano Province of Alberta bursary winners are Kirk Musprak. Blah-more; Lori Leister. Leth- bricge; and James ArtaUCalman and Pern- Fos-' Rocky Mountain Livestock Shaw and Sale. Dec. G t( Hiellev" Irvine of Lsthbridge of Youth Exhibition Board said that tho market will con- slst of small shops run by in- divicluals or organizations. Iland-c rafted or home- made goctls will be highlight- ed, and small, inexpensive lux- ury items will be sold to the public. The votith board extends an Deadline for entries is Dec. Q of M 15. Entry forms and details as merchants. Any individual or organiza- tion wishing to exhibit and sell merchandise is asked to con- tact the Youth Board. Leth- bricigo and District Exhibition, P.O. Box 477, Lethbridge. Other executive members of gallery's permanent the are Stovart Rood, vice president: Wendy SLOW GROWTH Stcgan, secretary; and Greg A sturgeon requires about two Wheeler as treasurer. Valerie icxual matu-: Wheeler is past-president of the Board. may be obtained from thc art department. minimum of MOO for one more works to be added to the WEST COAST Trucldcad Sale of FRESH FSSH SEAFOODS will be held at fort Thursday, Nov. 4 and Friday, Nov. 5 From 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. HAVE YOU TRIED SEAFOOD FONDUE? n l'ourthi.sMito rn to li 1 tliR holtlr, i twice n tions superintendent Bill' SfiJ.OOO; four permits for retail Brown said excavation, a gra- stores. one pcrmil for vcl base and asphalt surfacing a garage, for the six courts should lie completed this fall. The final I surfacing and fencing around' I'KHMIT I.SStT.I) cmirl.s is scheduled for the A building iKTmi: Mr. lirown said the tolal issuer! Tuesday for an of the facility is estimated al; addition and alterations lo St. SH.VOOO. That figure does not in- Mary's School at SflflO "th Avc. elude thc of a planned pa- S. (lillett Construction bcgi.'i would house dr< ss- work Tuesday lag rooms and sliowcrs Plans also call for the tennis i courts to lie lighted. I lion ill 1972. hcduled lor rnmple- for the full lerm, chief named The apparent youlh move- ment il city ball continues with the hiring of II. C. Holfeld as engineering direclor. Mr. Holfeld, will succeed Ted Lawrence who is retiring from the position Dec. 22. A graduate of the University Saskatchewan, Mr. Holfeld has been (lie city engineer at Yorkton, since KIM. He is expi'dod to start as engineering director here early in December. LETHBRIDGE ORGAN CENTRE EMINENT SOLINA 306 9th St. S. There ore IS models to choose from D. V. Waardhuizen Exclusive Franchised Dealer (Certified) for Lethbridge and area Organs made in Holland SOUNA PHONE EMINENT Bus. 327-1443 Res. 327-9889 ;