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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta End year deeply in red State theatre in financial peril By CAROL KENNEDY LONDON (CP) Britain's state-subsidized theatre, op- era and ballet companies, flagships of the national cul- ture, are deeply in the red at the end of a crisis-ridden year, bedevilled by inflation, rising costs and generally thinner audiences. The National Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) and Covent Garden's Royal Opera and Royal Bal- let, are all in varying depths .of financial peril and hoping 'for bigger grants from the Arts Council, which doles out treasury funds to keep the arts afloat. In the last financial year, the British taxpayer contrib- uted to the National, to the RSC in London and Stratford-upon-Avon, million to the English National Opera at Sadler's Wells and a whopping million to Covent Garden. In spite of this, Covent Gar- den expects a loss of in 1974-75. Administrator John Tooley said recently that without private Garden" has many wealthy could not have "GOOD NEWS" MISSION POSSIBLE IN CHRIST EVERY THURSDAY P.M. CABLE CHANNEL 2 FULL GOSPEL BUSINESSMEN S FELLOWSHIP For Information Call FRANK TINOBDI it 327-3478 ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NEW BLACKOUT Played Till Won (No Number Limit) IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD (No Limit Purchased) PAYS DOUBLE No under 16 tllowtd ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY December 8th "ODD FELLOWS" SATURDAY December 7th UPSTAIRS "TABER SUGAR BEAT" DOWNSTAIRS "HERB'S MUSIC MAKERS" i NIGHTLY LOUNGE ENTERTAINMENT LILLY LARTER 747 WITH STEWARDESS Christmas Disniylind. PisriiM BOM Bow) Tour. Las vegas, Reno San Francisco. Hollywood. Universal Studios, Knotts Berrv Farm Fisherman's Wharf Palm Springs Dec 26th 14 days AS LOW AS Christmas Disniylind Pistdini ROM Bowl Tour. Las vegas, Reno. San Francisco, Fisherman's Wharf, Hollywood, Universal Studios. Knotts Berry Farm Dec 26th 11 days AS LOW AS Florida Diuny World. WishinjtM D.C. Tour. Washington o c Cape Kennedy Space Centre, Cocoa Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Miami Beach, Nassau in the Bahamas, Walt Disney World, Pensacola. El Paso Jurarez Mexico, Phoenix, Vegas Jan 11th, 24 days AS LOW AS Disniylind. PlIlB Springs. US Vagtt TOUr. Reno, San FRancisco, Fisherman s Wharf. Hollywood, Universal Studios Knotts Berry Farm Jan 11 th. 14 days, AS LOW AS Wlntir Fun Flinj. Las Vegas, Reno, Palm 11, March 13th, 11 days AS LOW AS CiMdi Winttr Girnu Holiday. Dismylinl Palm Springs. Us VmiS TOMr. Reno, San Francisco, Fisherman's Wharf, Hollywood, Universal Studios, Knotts Berry Farm Feb 8th, 14 days AS LOW AS Christms Wintir GMIS Holiday, Wintir Fun Fling. Feb iT-ii Vegas, Reno Palm Springs AS LOW Ab FtrmirS' ind RinchirS' Tour. (To Idaho. Nevada. California. Mexico) Reno, San Franc.sco. Hollywood, Disneyland Las Vegas aboard the 747 Jumbo Sightseeing Cruiser of Northern Bus San Diego Mazatlan, Acapulco, Puerto Vallai o aboard the luxury P C Princess Cruise Ship 20 day lours by Steve and Cathy Kotch Feb 15 and Feb 24th Twin as low as Co-sponsored by Northern Tours and Thomas Cook World Travel Service Limited amount of space per tour Florida Dismy World. Washington D.C. TNT. Washington D c Capo Kennedy Space Centre, Cocoa Beach Fort Lauderdale, Miami Beach Nassau in the Bahamas. Walt Disney World, Pensacola, San Antonio, El Paso Juarez Mexico. Phoenix, Las Vegas Feb 24th, 24 days AS LOW AS Disneyland. Canyon. Lit Vifas Tow. Reno, San Francisco, Fisherman's Wharf, Hollywood, Universal Studios, Knotts Berrv Farm. Palm Springs March 1st, 16 days AS LOW AS Eastlf HflMsy TNT. Reno, San Francisco, Fisherman's Wharf, Disneyland, Hollywood, Universal Studios, Las Vegas, March 27th, 11 days. AS LOW AS Gilt lid 6WMI Slldal. Las Vegas, Palm Springs Jan 25th and March 28th 9 days AS LOW AS ClMbiMtlM. Luxury Motor Coach and Steamship Cruises to Mexico and Hawaii "World's Only Airline Service On The Ground" NORTHERN BUS TOURS (EXOTIC INTERNATIONAL TOURS) Alia. THOMAS TRAVEL-LETHBRIDGE 329-3336 put on several of this year's productions, including Wag- ner's Ring cycle, an annual operatic event. He added that the theatre was reluctant to push seat prices up to a point where some patrons could no longer afford Garden's prices are already the highest in London, ranging up to for certain big- name productions such as the forthcoming La Traviata with Joan Sutherland. At the National Theatre, whose starkly modern new building on the south bank of the Thames should have open- ed next April but has been postponed indefinitely because of construction de- lays, the entire budgeting and production schedule for -1975 has been thrown out of gear. Director Peter Hall said they had planned for a theatre of seats but still are hav- ing to make do with one of beloved but now- threadbare Old Vic. Talking of the need for more gov- ernment help, he said if they did not get enough money to run the new theatre "as it should be the results would be "catastrophic." The National is proud that its audiences have not fallen off, as those of some other "We will certainly be in the red at the end of this financial he added, theatres have, on account of the general belt-tightening and drop in tourism which started with the three-day work week earlier this year. But the Royal Shakespeare reports a 20-per-cent drop in tourists visiting Stratford, and says its box office has been hit at botrnts theatres. Last year the company played to record audiences, with Stratford averaging 95 per cent of capacity. The commercial theatre has also had a bad year, begin- ning with the power cuts which accompanied the coal- miners' strike and kept many patrons at home. Backers are reluctant to risk expensive productions in Such an uncer- tain climate, and already one of the biggest attractions scheduled for the fall season, the Broadway hit A Little Night Music, has been shelved and now may not be seen in London. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Theatre "ASH WEDNESDAY" starring Elizabeth Taylor, Hel- mut Berger, Keith Baxter and Henry Fonda. Wed- nesday, Dec. 4 show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUIT- ABLE FOR CHILDREN PINCHER Theatre "THE GDREAT GATSBY" starring Robert Bedford and Mia Farrow. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, December 4, 5, 6, 7. Wednesday show at p.m. ADULT Theatre "BUTCH CASSIDY THE SUNDANCE KID" Wednes- day, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, December 4, 5, 7 Wednesday shows at and p m. EL RANCHO CABARET THURSDAY ONLY "CHINOOK" (Dress Regulations) DECISION The Canadian Radio-Television Commission the following decisions effective November 27, 1974. Decision CRTC 74-426 Calgary, Alta. Application by Alberta Educational Communications Corporation for a broadcasting licence for an English language FM radio station at Calgary. Alta to rebroadcast the programs of CKUA Edmonton. Alta on the frequency of S3 7 MHz with an effective radiated power of watts and a directional antenna Decision CRTC 74-427 Lethbridge, Alta. Application by Alberta Educational Communications Corporation for a broadcasting licence for an English language FM radio station at Lethbridge. Alta to rebroadcast the programs of CKUA Edmonton, Alta on the frequency of 99 3 MHz with an effective radiated power of watts and an omni-directional antenna Decision: Approved The Commission issues licences expiring March 31 1976 subject to conditions to be specified therein This tern will enable the Com- mission to consider renewal of these licences at the same time as that of CKUA, Edmonton The Commission took note of the applicant's principles of program policy stated at the Public Hearing in connection with this ap- plication, in particular, the objective "to give Albertans access to the learning experience through an innovative radio service The Commission understands that this policy will ensure that the pro- gramming broadcast by the licensee is in conformity with Order in Council PC 1972-1569 under which authority the applicant is licensed The Commission considers thai the stations approved herein will provide the residents of Lethbridge and Calgary with a valuable new radio service Guy Lefebvre Director-General of Licensing Canadian Radio-Television Commission Conseil de la Radio-Television Canadienne J December 4, 1974-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD -7 Canadian singer makes debut at Carnegie Hall Friday By JAMES NELSON OTTAWA (CP) Gabrielle Lavigne, a mezzo-soprano trained in this country who has won international opera and concert acclaim, will make her Carnegie Hall debut in New York Friday with the National Arts Centre Orchestra. With three other Canadian soloists and two Ottawa choral groups, Miss Lavigne and the orchestra are to give a preview of the New York engagement Tuesday night in the orchestra's regular concert series here. PIERRE JUNEAU Chairman of CRTC honored TORONTO (CP) Pierre Juneau, chairman of the Canadian Radio-Television Commission, has been award- ed the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts Medal for 1974. The medal is awarded from time to time by the academy to honor persons for their contributions to the fine or applied arts in Canada. Mr. Juneau is the 20th recipient of the medal which was first awarded in 1962. The Toronto-based academy, founded in 1880, promotes the visual arts in Canada. It has 327 members after enrolling 62 Canadians to membership this year. The newest group of members represents a number of arts disciplines including, for the first time, yacht design and calligraphy, the art of handwriting. Composer dies of injuries WINNIPEG (CP) Sophie Carmen Eckhardt Gramatte, one of Canada's leading composers, died Mon- day in Germany following a traffic accident late last week, friends in Manitoba have reported She and her husband Ferdi- nand Eckhardt, former direc- tor of the Winnipeg Art Gallery, were on a holiday in Stuttgart when the mishap oc- curred. Dr. Eckhardt Gramatte was a native of Russia. She married the German ex- pressionist painter Walter Gramatte in 1920 First known as a concert pianist and violinist, she turned most of her attention to composing after her husband's death in 1929. She married Dr. Eckhardt five years later, and the cou- ple came to Winnipeg in 1953. During her career, she was invited by Leopold Stowkowski to play her own concerto for piano and violin with symphony orchestras in Philadelphia and Chicago. She also received a number of awards for composition in Austria and was commission- ed to do a Centennial work for the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra in 1970. Funeral arrangements were being made in Europe. NIXON'S BIG SENDERS The greatest number of per- sonal Christmas cards is be- lieved to be in 1969 by President and Mrs. Richard Nixon PRE-CHRISTMAS Rugs and Upholstiry Ginning Special by Shining Knight Phone 328-6408 ni Fri. TV Giifc WEDNESDAY NIGHT at the LEGION VIMY LOUNQI Music by "GERRY" MEMBERS AND INVITED QUESTS Both concerts will be con- ducted by Mario musical director of the National Arts Centre. i They will perform Hector Berlioz' Christmas oratorio, L'Enfance du Christ, The Childhood of Christ, with the Cantata Singers of Ottawa and the choristers of St. Matthew's Church. In New York the choral works will be taken by the choir of Rutgers University. Miss Lavigne was born in Montreal and trained at L'Ecole des Beaux-Arts, McGill University, and the Socreds turn to TV to sell party, leader EDMONTON (CP) The Social Credit party plans to turn to prime time television to 'sell itself and leader Werner Schmidt to Alberta voters. Former party presi- dent Bill Johnson told delegates to the party's annual convention here that Social Credit has decided on series of prime time commer- cial spots before next year's provincial elec- tion as a move to con- vince voters that four years of Conservative government has, been an "unpleasant interlude NEEDED "People say they will vote for us if we can show them we are here to stay and not just a good name from the Mr. Johnson said as pledge cards were passed to delegates in an attempt to raise the more than need- ed for the TV campaign. The party plans to use paid space to air five or six 30-second commer- cials featuring Mr. Schmidt on prime TV time, possibly before the Saturday night National Hockey League games. The commercials will cost about each to make and about per station to air. The first spots may appear next month and continue un- til the election is called WERNER SCHMIDT "We know Werner is a good Mr. "Johnson said "We've got to show the province in the next three months that he is. Then the province will turn away from Lougheed and his cronies Quebec Conservatory of Music. She made her concert debut in 1966 in a Canadian work, Cantate pour une Joie, by Pierre Mercure. Since then she has won international prizes in Italy, Switzerland, Canada and the U.S and was with the Sadler's Wells Opera Com- pany in England during the 1972-73 season. With her in L'Enfance du Christ as soloists in both the Ottawa and New York per- formances are tenor Paul Trepanier, baritone Gaston Germain and bass Claude Corbeil, all Canadian-trained singers with opera careers in this country and abroad. Berlioz' Christmas for which he wrote the words as well as the first performed' in Paris m 1854, and has had a revival in recent years as a major counterpoise to the older and more famous Messiah by Handel as a seasonal work. paramount TONIGHT THURS. at and p.m. The Picture That Plays Dirty RESTRICTED ADULT PM1MIMT NCTUMS J UltlTlRUMT PftOOUCTIOI STARRING BURTREYNOLDS "THE LONGESTYARD" A PARAMOUNT PICTURE paramount TONIGHT THURi at and p.m. Leather Jackets, Greasy Hair and Graf- fiti in the 1950 Era! SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Commemorative medals on display OTTAWA (CP) Com- memorative medals designed by Dora de Pedery-Hunt, in- cluding portraits of Prime Minister Trudeau and Dr. Norman Bethune, have been put on display in the Public Archives building. Mrs de Pedery-Hunt said the display represents a breakthrough for sculptors working in medals. Contemporary art medals are far different than the military medals which form the bulk of the National Archives collection of nearly different pieces. They are designed not so much to be worn as to be displayed, some of them measuring three to five inches wide and many of them of irregular shape Mrs. de Pedery-Hunt said in an interview about half her work in medals now is done on commission from various public bodies or private com- panies The other half of her time she reserves for medals of a pure art form She recently was commis- sioned to do medals for the National Ballet. One, of founder Celia Franca, has been cast in bronze, and she is working on a pair of portrait medals of dancers Rudolf Nureyev and Mikhail Baryshnikov. Russian ballet masters who have defected to the West Guild irked HOLLYWOOD (Reuter) A film depicting the life of former United States vice president Aaron Burr, being produced in Ireland and England, has drawn criticism from the Screen Actors Guild. The guild has protested what it calls the "runaway" production of the television show which is fcf ing filmed to mark the 200th anniversary of the U.S. in 1976. R.A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Suito 8 304 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbridge NOW SHOWING AT AND p. MAC ON COUHTY LIHE RESTRICTED ADULT COUIlty UlW Alan Vint Cheryl Waters Geoffrey Lewis Joan Slacken Vint and Max Batr ;