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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, August 3, 1974 Critics praise Canadian ballet star NKW YORK (CP) Vero- nica Tennant's favorite ballet is Giselle and the principal dancer ot the National Ballet of Canada applies just the right amount of sensitivity to her leading role in the story of innocence and betrayal. A fine performance, says the New York Times The National Ballet, now in its second week of a three- week engagement at the Metropolitan Opera House. Peter Wright's Giselle Tuesday performed version of night. Critic Don McDonagh of the New York Times says Wright's version, set in 1971 for the National Ballet, reveals a clean dramatic conception that rewards even those who cherish the more dance-filled traditional ver- sion. Miss Tennant danced "spar- khngly" as the ill-used Giselle LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SOCIAL DANCE 3-9 p.m. MOOSE HALL Music by "THE ALBERTANS" Members and Invited Guests and guest artist Rudolf Nureyev partnered sauvely as Albrecht. McDonagh says. Wright has made serious cuts in the choreography, es- pecially in Myrta's role as Queen of the Wills, but also in Giselle's own dances with Albrecht. However, they have been motivated by a clear desire to advance the story. The changes are "quite con- sistent and not all the Times critic "Miss Tennant's quickness was put to excellent use as she danced earnestly to save her betrayed. Her running had a sensitively driven urgency and her leaps with feet seemingly shackled made her plight as a doomed Wili poignantlv visible. "There was a sensitive shading to her acting in the first part of the -ole, and the caress she gave the rich fabric of her unknown rival's dress conveyed a world of longing and separation. The portrayal was adept and meaningful." Nureyev delights in almost any role he essays, through the passionate intensity he brings to the stage, the critic savs. SENSATIONAL BROADWAY MUSICAL (Western Canada Tour) Sept. 5-6-7 Vales Memorial Centre Direct from California Tickets: Leister's Music Ltd. S4. Reserved, if bought in groups of I 10 or more __________________} Licence changes New producer LABOR CLUB WEEKLY BINGO Every Monday 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 58 numbers 10th Game Blackout in 57 Nos. ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH 11 Games Prize Money Entry Card All Wood Cards 50c Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club room for members and their invited guests. Music Friday and Saturday Banquet Facilities Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. Relax m air conditioned comton GROUP FLIGHT to POLAND Departing Calgary Sept. Returning Oct. 17, 1974 For Information Contact: APOLLO TRAVEL LTD. 1423 KENSINGTON RD. N. W. CALGARY, ALTA. TEL: 283-5523, EVE. 286-1050 To Entertain You at the VENTURA HOTEL in Coaldale STREET DANCE In Front Of The Ventura Hotel FRIDAY SATURDAY NIGHT 8 P.M.-MIDNIGHT Music By Friday "PHIL LETHBRIDGE" Saturday "THE LINEMEN" Everyone Welcome! Jeffrey Konvitz, who decided in college that he wanted to be a movie producer, decided to write a book so the studios would come to him. His first novel, "The will be published in October. As he predicted, Universal has bought the screen rights for a minimum of and have agreed to let him write the script and produce the picture. Italian film biggie "back in Hollywood HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Hollywood is busier these days than it has been for some years. But one city's "busy- ness" is another city's dis- aster. While Hollywood is now prospering again, things are tough for the movie folks in Europe. I sat in the Warner Bros. THE Sunday Crossword I'M- NVu York Hrrald Triburu- Crnv.-- b> Robert H Gillespie Crossword ALL THE WAY By Lutuiniak ACROSS I Samples 7 U S news paper founder 11 PeacocK 15 Castile e g 19 Word of re gret in Eire 20 Brothhkp 22 Attorney 24 Rum ?5 All over 28 lerrosiridl 29 ConTorrrs 30 Fabric typf- 31 Moro chiefs 32 Pea or bean 34 Campus org 35 Tennis attack 36 Armadillos 37 Dark 38 Brodip or aorp 39 Oolonq s qpnus 40 Fminent 1 Sohoswf'l 2 Irritdtinu 3 Iniec'ions 4 Male rats 5 Finis Di.'s." and Do to do 8 Garlic uni! 9 Goddess youth 50 Thus in Dundee 11 Pizzen.i staplp 12 Aramis friend 13 Cornna declaim 14 Collar 41 Far 44 Completely 50 Inters 51 Funny Things coll 52 Tote 53 Tumor suff 54 Nerve 55 Right-hand page 56 herb 57 Corday s tictir> 59 Medical Suffix 60 Cry of pain 61 Silkworm 62 Atuclan nativp 63 A L team 64 All thp way 71 A tnrpp topri sloth 72 Catnedrai city on thp Seinp 21 plus 39 74 Completely 80 Way away 83 Petrol unit 84 Diplomat abhr 85 Times o' day abbr 86 Dopular pop flavoring 87 Consumers 88 Viscous 90 Eva Saint 92 m mind intends 93 Chemm dp 94 Lorna 95 Kind of bear or circle 96 Rent payer 97 Completely 101 With 111 A stem to stern 102 Dispossesses 103 Andes wind 104 Disconcerts 105 Charms 108 Defeats or clips 110 Alpine sleds 111 See 101 A 114 Kind of paper 115 Tuscan city 116 Canary's cousin M7 Independent Ger 118 Wait 119 Throughout 123 Exceptional bloke 124 Atlantic isiands 125 Top dogs 126 Display 127 Saharan 128 farthy deposit 129 Body of poetry 130 Like some peanuts DOWN 'b Intimate 16 Ahead 17 There is rothinq 'ike '8 Oarsman ousin 21 E-xpuites 23 Kanqaroi. 26 27 Moroccan tipitai 33 Saannen 35 Farmyard areas 36 Snap 17 Tale 38 Steak or cnppse 39 Goshpn race 40 Ca'qo ships 41 Top monk 42 Provide TLC 43 Seep 44 Scarf 45 Wind i.v trument 46 Very funny thing coll 47 Pentateuch scroll 48 Muscat native 49 Morning m Pans 51 Rifle kick 55 Of thp country 56 Titter 57 Interior 58 Dadism1 60 Without Ger 64 Wild goats 65 Eyelet 66 Kind of horse 67 Caucasus goat 68 S African' nativp 69 Typp si7P ;0 Cape 74 ForqpT one s Imps Stair pdrt 76 Alamogordo s 81 Outsider county 77 Mediterranee, r-g 78 Pollute 79 Gold unit var 80 Pit anat 82 Deserved 86 Solicitor s suits 88 Classifies 89 Red ink entry 90 Unhappy sounds X 19, bv Ann Halloran ACROSS Catch one s breath 5 Display 9 A la 10 Rude look 11 Began 13 Attempted 14 Ache 15 City of lights 19 Lubricant 20 Sea eagle 21 Miss Home 22 Stinging insect 24 Quarry for flatty Bumppo 25 Hartford timo ahbr 26 Assist 29 Merriment or song 10 Submissive 34 Worry 3b Wheel track 36 Shape for diamonds 38 Summer bulb for short 39 Orange or lemon 40 Puts aside 42 Van Winkle 43 Indigo plant 44 Certain weave 45 Feminine ending 46 Tubular passage 47 No attached 49 Peeved 50 You rnp 51 Jir-.a 52 Edges 56 Little quarrel 60 Lacy plant 62 Pennsylvania port 63 Gershwin 64 Characteristic. 66 The Lisa 67 Possessive pronoun 69 Kitchen furniture 71 Contests 72 Pours out 73 Female shpep 74 Communists DOWN 1 John Nance 2 Carney or Linklpttpr 91 As well 92 Start of a toast 94 Woman s work 95 Feathers 96 Diamonds for thp throat 3 Walk 4 Bicycle lever 5 Groove 6 Pelts frozen rain 7 Crude mineral 8 Marry 9 Mutiny ship 10 Pack 11 Went too fast 98 School for Wives" man 99 Gas. for one 100 Express view 101 Dickens character 104 Alecto et al 12 Weed Bib 16 Staggered 17 Gore 18 Cloy 23 Soft toned 27 Exists 28 Plunges 29 Wine base 30 High stepping swaqqor 105 Pulpits 106 Ship to remember 107 Subordinate 108 Where Dili is 105 Antiestab lishment 110 Slow mus 111 Common contraction 112 What 101 D was 113 over helped through 115 Ma.rsri bird 31 Accountant s 43 exam 46 32 Young meat 33 Roof edges 48 34 Highland 49 dance 37 Tear 52 38 Pulverizes 53 41 Gallinule s 54 rousrr. CRYPTOGRAM boreahs Widow's portion At home Put through screen Pays up Golf Source of 7D S 116 Sassy one 117 Bring to naught 120 L A player 121 French island 122 Hydroelectric complex 55 Chair 57 Portion 58 Zodiac sign 59 and feathers 61 Pleasanter 65 Domesticated 67 Three It 68 Turn to left 70 Offer SOLUTIONS OF LAST WEEK'S PUZZLES r 1974 by Cliitiii Trihiinp-N Y News Syncl InC World RipliK Reserved S C) A 1' C H O R V I VV A A T F R V W I A B 7. U I I E E K HRV SKHIV BA VWZBRWV HA N I1 W CHORVIP I E E K HRV N I' VV T H A U S E H I V By India M. Sperry YZft VVH YPE .17, G B.IVV 7, GB.IY Y P E .1 Y II E F Y 7. G I) P A E VV Y E VV .1 A G VV 7. J VV By Earl Ireland NIX GEIEM. RE KO N I E I X C E A R CARB I, O N I N C O G M E T T O M By Roy Mengel REACH HREKCSO PRYM HREACH PROM KRY. S H H By Barbara J. Last Week's Cryptograms star fanned four times before his fans during gnme to honor him. People used to suppose that only the Creator could destroy the planet. Mnny real finicky kinds of bog call "dumb scum." Sun in sunnier in summer. commissary with Harvey Matofsky and we talked about Rome. Matofsky was, for 10 years or so, one of the biggies in Italian movies, an American who was almost an expatriate. The big question, then, was why did Harvey Matofsky come back home? "I was there when the bub- ble got he said, "and I was there when it burst. It's burst now." So he's come back Hollywood to make films. He's got one out now he produced "Zandy's with Gene Hackman and Liv Ullmann and another one coming "Face to the with Cliff Potts. Matofsky has given a lot of thought to why the European, and, in particular, the Roman bubble burst. For a while there, it looked like everything was being made in Europe, Rome's Cincitta and other studios had their fair share. "The he says, "was because the American audiences got more sophisticated. People shot over there to get the European backgrounds, the Roman locations. But today's American audiences have been there. They've visited the Vatican. They've been to Europe. "Now they want to see movies about American peo- ple and American problems. The European vogue is past." Matofsky says that Hollywood has once again become the center of the worldwide film industry. "Hollywood is he says, "and the foreign countries are out. Even Fellini (Italian director Federico Fellini) has hinted to me that he may move away from Italy. He told me he'd like to do a film here. I'm working on a package now, for him to do a film with Dustin Hoffman here." Matofsky says this is the perfect time for him as an independent producer to func- tion. He found "Zandy's Bride" a 30-year-old novel and thought it would make a great film. Tax problem FREDERICTON (CP) A Fredericton booking agent says some United per- formers are considering cancelling Canadian tours un- til a matter of federal income tax collections is cleared up. Jack Lamey of Eastern Productions was commenting on the cancellation July 25 of a performance in Woodstock, N.B., of popular country singer Tom T. Hall. Mr. Lamey attributed Hall's departure to confusion over federal taxation laws as they affect performers from out- side the country. He said tax "is sometimes collected, sometimes not" and the situation had bought complaints from many per- formers. OTTAWA (CP) The Canadian Radio Television Commission has approved an application by Alberta Broadcasting Corp. Ltd. to amend its broadcasting licence for Fort McMurray, Alta. The commission approved: establishment of a remote head-end antenna at Boyle. Alta., for the reception and distribution of CFRN- TV Edmonton. discontinuation of operation of CJAB TV 3 Algar and CJAB TV 4 Gregoire, which would be replaced by a microwave link from Algar to Fort McMurrav. discontinuation of operation of CKAB-TV-3 Algar and CKAB TV 4 Gregoire. which no longer are required LOWER VOTING AGE PARIS (AFP) More than two million French teen-agers became adults Tuesday under a new law lowering the voting age to 18 from 21. Justice Min- ister Jean Lecanuet said in a radio interview that the law enables 18-year-olds to choose their own domicile, get married without permission of their parents, open a bank account, get a passport, travel abroad, set up a business, drink alcoholic beverages and work in cafes. Looking For a New Exciting Experience in Entertainment and Food? Your Friends to labor's Fun Spot THE HERITAGE MOTOR HOTEL On No. 3 Highway This Week's Nightly Entertainment... 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