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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD Tuesday, February 11, 1975 Chesterton journal started SASKATOON (CP) The first journal devoted to the study of the late G. K. Chesterton, the influential English journalist, poet and novelist, has been established at the University of; Saskatchewan. The Chesterton Review first appeared in November and will serve as the hi annual newsletter of the Chesterton Society, formed last May in England. Editor of the international journal is Rev. Ian Boyd, a Basilian priest, and advisory editors include Marshall McLuhan of the University of Toronto and Sheila Watson of the University of Alberta. "In the '20s and '30s Chesterton was regarded as the spokesman and champion of distinctively Roman Catholic said a' prepared release announcing publication of the journal. "The interest in him today extends far beyond Catholic circles" to those who stress the artistic merits of his verse and fiction, including W. H. Auden and Kingsley Amis. "Even the Marxist critics are beginning to express an interest in what they regard as his valuable criticism of modern capitalism. "What the Chesterton revival finally suggests is that his importance as a prophetic Christian thinker is at last beginning to be recognized and studied." Etienne Gilson, a noted historian of medieval philosophy, has described Chesterton's study of St. Thomas Aquinas, published in 1933, as "without possible ex- ception the best book ever written on St. Thomas." The release noted that "the anti-Semitic element in some of his writing remains con- troversial but recent Brit- ish critics have been quick to point out that the matter has been greatly exaggerated." Judge makes apology SULPHUR, La. (AP) late and explained that a Municipal Judge E. W. policeman had caught him Thompson apologized for driving 42 miles an hour in a arriving at court 10 minutes 30 mile zone. I I I I I EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 11th to FEBRUARY 22nd INCLUSIVE THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE WILL PROVIDE FREE BUS SERVICE ALL BUS ROUTES WILL OPERATE TILL MIDNIGHT FOR THE DURATION OF THE WINTER GAMES, AS FOLLOWS: 1 1A MINUTE SERVICE p.m. 2 3 MINUTE SERVICE p.m. 4 ROUTE-30 MINUTE p.m. 4A MINUTE SERVICE p.m. 5 5A ROUTE-20 MINUTE SERVICE p.m. West MINUTE SERVICE p.m. PLEASE NOTE: Extra buses will be provided where needed, and bus patrons may be required to ride school buses operating on regular routes. Bus patrons will also be picked up by the venue buses at the venue sites and athletes' village. These buses will operate every 15 minutes from the Athletes' Village, Sportsplex, Siwik Pool and West Lethbridge. Special buses will also operate from the downtown terminal to the Sportsplex. For Further Information Contact The Transit Office at 327-2588 or Ask Your Driver For Assistance Electric vehicles display potential Top performer Once a performer, always a not always in the same medium. Where Arthur Godfrey was once centre screen on television, today he's centre stage at horse shows. He rehearses (in picture above) with "Goldie" for an appearance' in the "Wonderful World of Horses Show" at New York's Felt Forum. Off Broadway influence considered negligible today MONTREAL (CP) Electric vehicles are one possible solution to high gas- oline prices and.environmen- tal pollution from noxious ex- haust fumes. Two such vehicles, powered by large batteries, are touring Montreal streets as part of a Hydro-Quebec, study of pollu- tion-free transport. The United States-made ve- hicles, a Battronic Minivan and an Otis P-500, sell in Canada for about and respectively. If they prove feasible, more may be purchased by the public utility .and other customers needing small vehicles for short runs on city streets. Possible applications in Canada include post office delivery work, transport for meter readers and commer- cial delivery jobs. "The results we obtain from the tests will be extremely valuable and will enable us to intensify our studies and ex- change data with manufac- turers and future users in said Jacques Beaudet of Hydro-Quebec. Although the vehicles boast a top speed of 55 m.p.h., the batteries quickly wear down. They degenerate after 40 miles' driving at 30 m.p.h. and need recharging for eight to 14 hours. During Hydro-Quebec's tests, the vehicles will be assigned to specific jobs, such as mail pickup and delivery between Hydro buildings, for periods of six weeks. "The present state of tech- nology in this area, particular- ly with regard to batteries, leads us to believe the electric car will appear on the market only gradually and that it will have a limited Mr. Beaudet said. Michael Attendu, a Hydro- Quebec technical advisor, said a million electric- powered vehicles would use 10 per cent of Quebec's electric capacity in the 1980s. Recharging would have to be conducted during low- demand or off-peak power periods. 300 SUNGLASSES to choose from AVAILABLE IN YOUR RX By MEL GUSSOW New York Times Service NEW YORK Off Broadway began as an alter- native to Broadway. In contrast to the main theatrical marketplace, it offered a home to new writers, actors, directors and forms of theatre. Off Broadway thrived in the late 1950's and early 60's. In one season, 1959 60, it discovered Edward Albee, Jack Gelber and Jack Richardson, Samuel Beckett, Harold Pinter, Jean Genet Watch this space for important news on how you can save for your own home... and save on your income tax too. Very shortly, Royal Trust will announce a new plan that can make life a lot better for you. It will be called a Registered Home Ownership Savings Plan. And we want you to know about it first. If you don't already own a home (within the meaning of the legislation applicable to such this new plan will allow you to put away so much each year towards buying one. Your contribution will be deductible from your taxable income. And when you take it out to buy that dream home, you still will not pay taxes on it. Sound wonderful? It is. It's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity from Canada's largest trust company and national Real Estate Company. When the legislation is passed, we'll be announcing our new plan, but if you're interested or would like more information, write us or give us a call Find out all about the new Royal Trust Registered Home Ownership Savings Plan. I Decide what you want. We can help you. I Royal Trust and Bertoit Brecht were per- formed with regularity. Such actors as Geraldine Page, Jason Robards, George C. Scott and Colleen Dewhurst flourished. It was a place to experiment, a place to expand the boundaries of theatre. Today, Off Broadway has shrunk. Its influence is negligible. And its out- stainding talents have gone elsewhere. It has become a little Broadway, a place to present a play when a producer cannot quite raise the backing necessary for broadway. As recently as 1967 the "Off Broadway is not says Paul Libin, presi- dent of the Off Broadway League, "but it's leading a very sheltered life." league of Off Broadway theatres and producers listed 36 member theatres and 74 member producers. Now the membership has decreased to 12 theatres and 38 individuals, and the group is largely inac- tive. In that same seven year period, the number of produc- tions dropped from 64 to 55. There were fewer plays, and the individual runs were shorter. Pantera Now Through February 15th Attention Lethbridge Catholic Please send me further information on your Registered Home Ownership Savings Plan without any obligation on my part. Name__________________________ Address __________________ The City of Lethbridge has mailed property owners their 1975 Assessment Notice Please check to make sure your property's School Allocation is shown in the Separate School Supporter 'column, marked S. This will guarantee that your Education Tax dollars go to the Catholic School District. If your School Allocation is shown under the Public School Supporter column you can change it. llCrC S llOWi Complete the form on the reverse side of the Assessment Notice and mail it to the Assessor of the City of Lethbridge. Final date of appeal 14 February, 1975. Telephone. I I I ;