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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -Saturday, December 18, 1971 THI LETHBRIDGI HERALD 7 Haircuts at new actor fee LONDON (AP) Haircuts at a the latest thing for long-haired British ac- tors. The actors' trade union, Eq- uity, has decided that a long- haired performer who has to get shorn short for a part may have trouble getting another role that demands a modern-style long hairdo. So any producer who orae-. an actor to get a close trin. must pay the performer NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY FRI., DEC. 31 9.30 p.m. to 2.30 a.m. BARONS COMMUNITY HALL Music by "THE MEADOWS" NOVELTIES BUFFET LUNCH PER COUPLE Refreshment! Available Phone 757-3653 for Ticket Reservation! Equity ruled. Twenty young actors who got short haircuts to play Prussian officers in Ihe television series were the first to collect the haircut bonuses. "A short-haired actor can ac- tually suffer financially and the will help while he's growing his hair back said an Eq- uity spoilsman. Peerce delighted with part in Fiddler on the Roof MAKE UP A PARTY COME TO EL RANCHO CABARET FOR THE "OLDER GROUP" TONIGHT FEATURING "THE 4 K's" AND APPEARING IN THE lounge "GLOBE and MAIL" Tovern "COUNTRY COMFORT" "Live entertainment nightly In the dining room" Admission The El (Side Entrance) tftf A Motor Hotel is 9 p.m. to 1 o.m. now licensed FOOD fill to serve liquor and and wine in REFRESHMENTS its Outrider NEW YORK (AP) Two eld- erly opera lovers have been compensated for an inconven- ience they suffered several weeks ago when they were handed police summonses for allegedly selling standing room tickets to each other at the ropolitan Opera House. Lydia MacKm'glrt, 85. and Henry Mellsner, 80, watched Sampson and Ddila from tenor Richard Tucker's box hi the Golden Horseshoe of tha opera house. The opera bulls were acquit- ted of the charge after Mcltsner explained to the judge he had traded his orchestra ticket for Mrs. MacKnight's balcony ticket to save her a ch'mb up- stairs. Tucker, who stare in the opera, read about their plight and extended the offer. NEW YORK (AP) Tenor ,Jan Pccrce, in a Broadway show for the first time, is de- lighted with the reality and in- spirational quality of his part a.i Tcvyc in Fiddler on the Roof. In fact, he likes it better than opera. Peerce, 63, began his long and distinguished career as a vocalist with dance bands, then sang at Radio City Music Hall from 1933 to 1939 and has been at the Metropolitan Opera since 1941. He opened in Fid- dler, his first Broadway show, and'got a standing ovation. Peerce, the seventh Broad- way Tcvyc, has signed a six- month contract. I hate to sound like a rebel, but tlu's is even more reward- ing than he said after his second performance. Peerce saw Fiddler 14 times since its Broadway opening Sept. 22, 19M, and once in Lon- don, he undertook it this year in a pre-Broadway sum- mer stock workout. "Of course, I kjiow tin- char- acter ever since my childhood." said tlv> Jewish New York na- tive. "I had it read to me and explained to me and my Iratk- ground is Tcvyc." YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV I A r If