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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETH3RIDGE HERALD Saturday, December 21. 1974 Helpers used scanty costumes Santa not guilty of WASHINGTON (AP) Some staffers in the United States department of health, education and welfare com- plained of "sexploitation" when two of Santa's helpers strolled the corridors in scan- ty costumes. But a meeting yesterday found Santa not guilty of the charge. The Santa was Russell Roberts, a freedom of infor- mation officer, who for seven years has collected about 800 a year and mounds of toys, clothing and canned food for needy families in Washington's slums. This season Julie FVasner and Linda Hudock volunteered to help. Roberts paid for the costumes they selected: miniskirt length red suits with white trim and red leotards to match. The department has a large contingent of feminists, and "they felt I was using scantily clad women to entice men to Roberts said. They demanded that the girls cover up, because mini- skirt suits degraded all female workers and reduced their status to the level of "chicks." They also suggested that Roberts wear a miniskirt himself. "If I thought it would put another in the pot, I'd come in he retorted. He won the day. World famous guitarist to perform at Yates NEW YEAR A great time of year to sit back and reflect on the good times. A great excuse to re-new old acquaintances. Make new ones. If you're thinking of New Year's resolutions, put this one at the top of your list. Call Holiday Inn, now. We've got an extra special menu to help you celebrate the start of the new year. Call today for New Year's reserva- tions and enjoy that Holiday Feeling at the Holiday Inn. rfy I Flamenco guitarist, Mario Escudero, will be the featured artist at the next program in the University of Lethbridge concert series, Wednesday, Jan. 15 at p.m. in the Yates Centre. A native of Spain, Escudero is an internationally recognized master of the classical Flamenco guitar. He was the first solo Flamenco guitarist invited to tour the U.S.S.R. and has appeared twice at Carnegie Hall. LETHBRIDGE 421 Mayor Magrath Drive, 328-1111 FOR THE ULTIMATE IN EYEWEAR FASHIONS A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS To All Our Friends and Customers Remember, You may take your prescription to the Optician of your choice. DISPENSING OPTICIANS No. 101 Professional Bldg. 740 4th Ave. Across from Paramount Theatre Bldg. Phone 328-7121 ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL presents CHRISTMAS PANTOMINE "CINDERELLA" with Linda Johnson as 'Cinders' YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Thurs.. Dec. 26th and p.m. Fri., Dec. 27th p.m. Sat., Dae. 28th p.m. and p.m. Tickets each Now on Sale at Leisters Ambassador withdrawn LONDON (CP) Britain has. decided to withdraw its ambassador from North Viet- nam because of Hanoi's refusal to accept his creden- tials, it was officially an- nounced here today. A government spokesman said Ambassador John Fawcett who has been in Hanoi since January will leave Hanoi next month and be replaced by a charge d'af- faires. The spokesman said the decision to recall Fawcett marked Britain's annoyance at North Vietnam's un- precedented action in refusing to accept the credentials of an ambassador whose appoint- ment had been agreed on. Christmas TV show On Christmas Day, CBC-TV presents a feature film musical based on the Lewis Carroll classic, Alice's Adventures In Wonderland. In this scene from the de- lightful color production, Alice (Fiona Fullerton) has grown and grown after drinking a potion and she looks like a giant to the March Hare (played by Peter The film has a cast of well known stars in the roles of the familiar Lewis Carroll characters. APPEARING NIGHTLY December 23rd to 28th "TUMBLE WEEDS" from CALGARY RAN6ELAND MOTOR HOTEL LUNDBRECK, ALBERTA House of Fine Art 20% ON ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS This Offer Expires Deo. 24lh. 1974 House of Fine Art OPEN 9-9 UNTIL CHRISTMAS 409 5th Street South Phone 328-1314 COURT WINDY WEST f NO. 562 INDEPENDENT 1 ORDER OF FORESTERS I Sydneysiders estatic about opera house Now in our 100th Year Wish all Foresters and Friends PARK PLAZA HOLIDAY HOURS DINING ROOM AND COFFEE SHOP CHRISTMAS EVE Closed at 8 p m CHRISTMAS DAY Closed all day BOXING DAY Open at 11 a.m. Coffee Shop closes at 2 a.m. New Year's Eve Regular Hours NEW YEAR'S DAY DINING SPECIAL Smorgasbord 12 noon to 8 p.m. THE PARK PLAZA features "BOOGALOO" In the New Year's Eve Cabaret PER PERSON includes Midnight Supper p.m. 2 a.m. No Advance Tickets Available PARK PLAZA MOTOR HOTEL 1009 Mayor Magrath Drive Greetings to All I Enjoy each happy moment of this family holiday. The best and our thanks, too. AND THE BEST FOR THE NEW YEAR Many Thanks THE EXECUTIVE AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE iftgl By-Climate Controlled Hiway TROPICAL TEXAS -PADRE ISLAND Featuring: "A Stay Put" vacation on tropical Island (Causeway connecting Corpus JChristi. Texas) with side tours to Kmgsville Matamoros Corpus Christ., and much more. Visit: Denver Sheridan, Arnanllo. Okla- homa City. "The Alamo" and more. Departs: Feb. 15. Escorted 21 days. Family Fares from t99 ARIZONA-GRAND CANYON Featuring: Phoenix. Grand Canyon. Disneyland, San Diego. San Francisco and more. Departs: March 8. Escorted 14 t_f Family Fares from V CALIFORNIA-MEXICO (CRUISE) Featuring: A 7 day cruise along the "Mexican Visit Puerto Vallarta. Mazatlan. Disneyland. Las Vegas, and much more. Departs: March 22. Escorted 21 days. SO.AO .Family Fares from Agent or: ________ Call Operator (no charge) Ask for Zenith 06061 207 Kresge Bldg., Edmonton, Alberta SYDNEY, Australia (AP) The orchestra pit is too small. The air- conditioning is erratic. And the whole enter- prise is substantially in the red. But Sydneysiders, as the people who live here are called, remain es- ctatic about the Sydney Opera House, one year aid and among the most talked-about arts centres in the world. The bright white building with its sail- like roofs rising above Sydney means there's no space for a parking lot around presented grand opera, a hair-dressing competition, rock concerts and symphony orchestras in the last year. Guided tours of the building are booked up months in advance, and Sydney cultural circles are convinced that the house attracts people who have never attend- ed musical and events before. More than million to date have at- tended performances, concerts, tours and other events in the opera house. During a 17-performance opera festival in January all seats were on a non- subscription basis and all were sold out. Practical problems however, with the building, which opened Sept. 28, 1973, with the Australian Opera's per- formance of Pro- kofiev's War and Peace. Some, like the air condi- tioning gremlins, will be cleared up soon but others are more serious. "One of the worst problems is the orchestra pit in the op- era general manager Frank Barnes said in an interview. "It now accommodates about 60 players, but you need 80 to 90 for a bigscale opera like Aida." The proscenium open- ing in the Opera Theatre is only 40 feet, which also causes problems for operas with big casts. Aida will be presented in January and because of the pit difficulty the opera will have to be in the Main Hall. That makes the Main Hall, unavailable for its usual concert events. Ed and Sue Lilley PHOTOGRAPHY' 416-13 Street North Phone A.M.A. TRAVEL AGENCY 608-Sth Avenue South P. LAWSON TRAVEL LTD. Marquis Hotel Building Phorue 328-3000 A Gift To Remember. A Season Ticket To The American Film Theatre Ms not one gill hut Five extraordinary films made from lour brilliant plays and one magical mn.sic.'.i. he scries starts in l-'ehruary. It ends in June. Season Tickets may now he obtained right at vour local box office. Evenings SI 8.50. Matinees I 2.50. Senior and student matinees Pick up your own today, and at the same time pick up a special, very elegantly packaued Cult Subscription at the box office for those special people you care about. Local A FT Theatrci PARAMOUNT EXHIBITION DATES Februarys. March6. March 27, May 1, June 5 Seats oro unreserved However seating is guaranteed for each performance Tickets aro nol exchangeable or refundable ;