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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FIDDLER Fiddler on the Roof rehearsals were well under way when Herald photographer Ed Finlay caught some of the action. Left; Chava, Tzeitel and Model, play- ed by Wendy Grigg, Hazel Durrans and Sheila Pisko, are the daughter's of Tevye and Golde. They sing about getting Tzeitel, the oldest, married-off so they can be "matched." Upper left: The villagers go into a rousing dance to help Tevye celebrate (lie matching of hii daughter Tzeitel to Lazar Wolf the butcher. Above: Golde and Tevye (Joan Waterfield and Jack War burton) ore awakened by a startling vision, Tevye's mcl-ier, dead for 30 years buf still looking pretty good. Lethbridge Musical Theatre's Fiddler on the Roof starts Monday By DON HARKEK Staff Writer The Musical Theatre production of Fiddler on the Roof is well on thu way to perfection for its open- ing night performance. Tickets for the 12 perform- ances are sold out. The Lethbridge Musical Theatre is the first all-Cana- dian production company to obtain full rights to the pro- duction. Fiddler has been described by many critics as one of the greatest musicals of all time. From all indicatioas, ii may well be one of the greatest Lethbridge productions. The Broadway version opened in September, 19M and has been running con- tinuously for almost per- formances. Tile Lethbridge production will be limited to a two-week run beginning Sunday. The story deals with the irrationality of hatred and bigotry. In this case, it hap- pens to involve a small Jew- ish minority living in a Rus- sian village at the turn of the century. Indians becoming proud of heritage The villagers. In spite of persecution and harrassment. manage to retain a sense of what is funny and live their Jives as best they can under the circumstances. Jack Warburtfln appears to be well-cast in the role of Tevye, the dairyman, with Joan Waterfield as his wife Golde. Frank Featherstone should provide some delights as Lazar Wolf, the butcher. Director Dick Mells, seems to be able to get the best out of each actor in a production that will surely reflect the long hours of rehersal. The chorus is weU rounded and will provide some fine renditions of the delight- ful music of Fiddler. At this point, the only thing that looks a little ragged is the orchestra. There is con- fidence, however, that under the sble baton of conductor Willie Mathis. the orchestra! problems will be ironed out to the satisfc ction of everyone. Muriel Jollifle has thn choreography well in hand. Some of the specialty dance numbers should stir as much excitement from the audience as they do from the cast. President of the Lethbridge Musical Theatre. Vaughan Hembroff said, "We like the Yates Centre as a place to perform. If is intimate and every scat is a good one. However, we could probably use a theatre with about 250 more seats to allow more people to see the produc- tions." The cest may have familiar look to Lethbridge theatre-goers but watch for the faces. Local theatre- goers will be seeing more of them. By ni'DY HAUGEXEDER Staff Writer Indians today are becoming increasingly proud of their heritage. Helping to nourish and foster About 70 natives have re-1 received 52 weeks of; training each at the plant, at a cost of more than ?280.000 to the department cf Indian af- fairs. The program has been Educalion group changes name The Alberta School Superin- tendents' and Inspectors' As- sociation has been replaced by a new education the Alberta Association of Con- sultants in Education. The association was formed at n recent meeting of the field services branch of the educa- lion department. Generally, its goals will be in association I this pride is the department of I As I Indian affairs. dian It is operating, independently or jointly with Canada Man- power, programs to help In- under way about two years. names Committee? and members'Wliitmore. ch-iirmsn and Art were assigned at the recent Smetaniuk as member. Travel and Convention Asso-, General tourism Hugh tional improvements province. in the dians obtain an education and job training. i Programs include both aca- i demic studies and vocational job training. Vocational job training takes j place either on an apprentice- i ship basis result of training, In- workers either currently! employed at Kainai Industries i or in plants elsewhere in south- era Alberta are considered the; best-qualified in their field on TO SYMBOLIZE FOND MEMORY Choose wisely the monu- ment to honor your loved ones, will be pleased to assist you. LETHBRiDGE MONUMENTAL AND TILE WORKS LTD. "We hav been Satisfying Customer! for Over 60 Years" 325 8th SN S., Lelhbridgo Phone 327-3920 MAYOR'S WHEREAS the Canadian Federation of Mvsic Teach- ers' Associations, devoted to promoting the apprecia- tion, learning and value of music, particular to young people, to fostering and developing a keener interest in the art of music, to introducing ond encour- aging Canadian composers and performing artists; NOW THEREFORE, Mayor of tho City of Lethbridge do hereby proclaim the week of November 21 st (o 28th, CANADA MUSIC WEEK and invite all citizens, of this community to celebrate this observance, recognising the importance of music, musicians and musical organizations Jo the cultural life of our community and country. Dated this 18th day of November A.D. 1971. A. C. Anderson Mayor. j board of directors meeting. o'ell, John Pool. Howie Arm j Committees and members i fmci Davc simpson are: Administration John' Neal, chairman, Kotch. Len Halmrast. and Berneice Peter Hale, as Governmental relations E. A native who desires a speci- the continent. The on-the-job training pro- grams offered can vary from the realm of finance to voca- 1 tions such as meat cutting. When a native completes his i as on-the-job em- ployed by the training company or aided in locating work by chairman, John Hahiirast. Sieve Bernice CosUinzo fie type ot trade can be placed in a provincially-sponsorcd ap- prenticeship program and re- Canada Manpower. If no work can be found near- by both Canada Manpower and ccive a living allowance from i Indian affairs have funds which either Canada Manpower or the will enable an Indian to move j Indian affairs department. (o area where a JOD nas A native without the educa- i found. tional qualifications to meet ap- prenticeship board trained on standards an actual Costanzo. as members. j rUH1 Association membership j a. Reed Ainscough, chairman, n u Len Halmrast. John Pool, Duke systems _ Bob Ferguson, Hugh Craig, Leo j Dlck IIawk Singer and Dave StapSoa as Allderson mcm' _. membcrs' mVco-operation L a r r y Job -ite- Alan Me- j Many southcra Alberta na- 1'ex Brule, and Bob i tives have been trained through ley as members. the on-the-job trainbg pro- nfnrnal education Andy i gram. Employers training natives specifically for the department j of Indian affairs are either wholly or partly reimbursed the wages thc-y pay Ihe Indian trainee. An example of the program KEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9lh St. S. Phone 328-1778 FOR YOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Invitations Announcement! (24 Hour Service If Necessary) Bride Books Thank You Cardi Napkini Matches We provide Complimentary Personoiiierf Head Table Place Cards wiih each Order! FREE CUSTOMER PARKING TANCO MILLWORK PRODUCTS Lethbridge Sales Office Now Temporarily Located At 2716 12 Ave. South Phone 327-5161 Commercial Chick Chichester, chairman I John Davis, Peter Kooy, and j Boil Wiley as members. Convention promotion-Reno Andcrson chailTOan, and Duke Liza, chairman, ar.d Jim Me- j as member member. j publjc Halm- Cultural Ross ras, Xea! man, Halmrait. Kotch, and Bemeice 9 LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSiTER AGENCIES UD. ESTABtlSHEO 1911 lower Floor S17 4lh Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 members. Tours Sieve Kotch. chair- tiradlcy. Addi.son Greene, and Belmove Schiiltz as members. the on-the-job training scheme provided at the Kainai Industries modular homo plant near Standoff on the Blood re- serve. WELFARE ADMINISTRATORS Salary to Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development Calgary, Alberta Public Service Fonction publique Canada Canada Under general supervision, the Welfare Intake Worker od- minbters the Departmental Welfare program in Ihe City of Cclgary. The clients are pimarily transient Indian people nnd new arrivals to the Cily. Requirement include evidence, through work History, of cap- ability in welfare and related development work. Forward Application for Employment, Form P5C 367-401, available at Post Offices, Canada Manpower Centres and Public Service Commission to: Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, 27th Floor, CN Tower, Edmonton 15, Alberta. Attention: Staffing Officer. Please quott competition No. 71-E-537. FEWER HEIFERS Alberta marketed tH.fftO bead ol choice heifers the first j nine months of 1971, down slightly from 117.263 for the i same period in 1070. FRANK T. BYRNE, Esq. ANNOUNCES WITH PLEASURE THAT HARGE SUGA, Esq. IS NOW ASSOCIATED WITH HIM TO CARRY ON THE PRACTICE OF LAW UNDER THE NAME OF FRANK T. BYRNE AT 5 706 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH, IETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA BRANCH OFFICE WARREN BUIIOING, PICTURE BUT1E NOW LEASING CUMBERLAND TOWERS EAST OF COLLEGE MALL SHOPPING CENTRE One bedroom Two bedroom Penfhouie FEATURES INCLUDEDt Luxurious lobby Elevator to wall broadloom Drapes Colored itovei and rrfn'gerafon Exhount fort Balconies Sauna bath Off-itreet car pork with plug-in INCLUDED IN RENTAL All utilitlei and cablevision FOR INQUIRIES CONTACT RENTAL DEPARTMENT CUMBERLAND TOWERS tETHBDIDGE'S NEWEST LUXURY HI-RISE AGENCIES LTD. (Eilabli.h.H 1927) PHONE 328-3331 EVENINGS PHONE MRS. K. TICHIER 328-6677 ;