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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE February Judge rules dancers performance obscene VANCOUVER (CP) County Court Judge D B. Mackinnon ruled yesterday that a performance by nude dancers two years ago was obscene within the meaning of the Criminal Code Judge Mackinnon allowed a crown appeal against earlier dismissal of charges against three women of taking part in an obscene performance. But he dismissed charges against Main Street Enterprises Ltd and Dennis Van Dooren who was alleged to be in charge of the club Kobenhavn The judge said there was insufficient evidence that Main Street Enterprises Ltd through any of its officers, was even aware of what was going on The three women convicted were each fined or in default 30 days although the juclge said he doubted the Crown would proceed to impose the sentence, because the whereabouts of the women is not known Beachcombers series sold TORONTO (CP) Thirty- nine episodes of the CBC tele- vision series The Beachcombers have been sold for an undisclosed price to the Australian Broadcasting Commission, the network said Thursday The show, which stars Bruno Gerussi, is in its second season It is produced by Philip Keatley in Vancouver and filmed in the nearby fishing hamlet of Gibsons. GIRLS' EXHIBITION HOCKEY LETHBRIDGE LABOR CLUB SAINTS EDMONTON NEMOWS Sat., February 16 at p.m. in the WARNER ARENA and Sunday, February 17 at a.m. in the HENDERSON ARENA FORT MACLEOD vs THE SAINTS at THE WARNER WINTER CARNIVAL Housing starts increase OTTAWA (CP) Residential building got off to another fast start this year with housing starts in January up substantially from the same month last year, the Central Mortgage and Housing Corp. (CMHC) said today. CMHC said preliminary fig- ures show housing starts in ur- ban areas alone totalled last month, a 22 per cent in- crease from in January, 1973 The seasonally-adjusted an- nual rate for housing starts in January was for urban and rural areas. Housing starts amounted to in 1973 a record-breaking year The seasonally-adjusted rate is based on such factors as actual starts in 10 major urban centres, availability ot building materials and labor, past performance, weather and the supply of mortgage money CMHC said that the unusually fast start this year is partly due to mild weather in many parts of the country. SINQLIS SUN FUN HOLIDAY APRIL WEEK SHARING MAZATLAN MEXICO Contact Elsie L IrwInAt GARSHMAN TRAVEL Calgary, Phone 262-9S9S Stuffed pandas on exhibit iPARKPLiZA Presents for your Dining and Dancing Pleasure "Oscar McLollie" WEEK-END "SPECIALS" No. 1 CHINESE COMBINATION PLATE Chicken chow iMln and sour spare ribs meat egg NO. Z HAWAIIAN HAM STEAKS FOTtWP oz. Maple Laaf Ham Grilled In honey with ring par person SPECIAL NO. 2 INCLUDES SOUP, SALAD, CHOICE OF POTATO AND BABY CARROTS 4M SUNDAY SMORGASBORD SPECIAL Children 5 and Under Children 6-12 Jo-Anne Brown, 10, and a Grade 4 pupil at Rus- sell Langmaid public school In Streetsville, Ont, settles m for a good look at the stuffed panda bear exhibit at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto. School buses filled with children are a regular occurence at the mus- eum, which has announced to double its present floor space to square feet by adding a new build- ing on the museum grounds. NOTICE The Annual Meeting of LETHBRIDGE CENTRAL SAVINGS AND CREDIT UNION LTD. will held SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23rd, 1974 Civic Centre Gym No. 1 Supper by Sven BusintM p.m. to Follow will be Available per parson Available at tht Office Ouaitt Welcome Six-minute ovation Ballet dancer captures audience By JAMES NELSON TORONTO (CP) A six- minute ovation greeted Rudolf Nureyev and the National Ballet of Canada in the North American premiere here of John Neumeier's setting of the legendary story of Don Juan Opening the National Ballet's spring season, Nureyev's strength, precision and comic mimicry, drew applause interrupting the ballet three times, and he was accorded a solo ovation both at the beginning and end of the traditional curtain calls. A solo bow was also taken by Neumeier, the young American born choreo- grapher who now holds an honorary post with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet but makes his home and does presents Eastai 4 exciting tours to choose from. Departing Calgary either April 11 or April 12 on Hughes Airwest Sundance Jet, and returning April 20 or April 21, depending on the tour select A ttloction of 4 outstanding all within close walking distance of Disneyland. 2 days at Disneyland to come and go as you please, plus fifteen attractions. Escorted bus tours to: Universal Studios, Knotfs Berry Farm, Japanese Village, Busch Gardens, Lion Country Safari, plus a full day to San and other surprises Ask for our colourful brochure at your travel agent's. most of his work in West Germany Neumeier's Don Juan is set to baroque music by Christophe Gluck and a recording of a requiem mass by Tpmas Luis de Victoria Running one hour and five minutes, Neumeier directed it to be danced behind a whispy veil of curtain, giving it a soft- focus, romantic look. The sets a baroque ballroom which converts, by shifting a few screens, into a cathedral were spacious, and the romantic over-all effect was heightened by the lighting of Gil Wechsler ENERGETIC AND WITTY The staging and dance direction by Neumeier was energetic without being angular or athletic, witty without being slapstick, and a closely-knit mixture of classic ballet steps with modern touches. Tomas Schramek danced the role of Don Juan's servant, Catalinon or Leparelo in the Mozart opera version, Don Giovanni with energy making his mimicry of the Don almost a copy of Nureyev. Veronica Tennant was a beguiling Dona Ana, and Mary Jago an enticing Lady in White, who turns out in the end to be the Angel of Death. Priest finds reaction to film 'odd9 ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) Rev. William O'Malley who appeared in and acted as an adviser to the film The Exorcist, says he finds public reaction to the movie "very odd." "I don't understand and don't know what the answer is, but the film seems to be fulfilling some kind of be said in an interview. The controversial movie deals with the demonic possession of a young girl. "People are reportedly passing out or becoming ill and yet no one became ul or fainted when the media gave reports on the war in Vietnam, where thousands of men were killed, or Biafra, Bangladesh, or mass killings on our streets like what recently happened on the West Father O'Malley added. "I think we have developed a tolerance for evil." Many people who have seen the film, and even some who haven't, feel they are possessed by the devil and are coming to priests for help, he said "That is hard to understand "The film makes it amply clear that you have to visit psychiatrists, psychologists and medical doctors before the church would even remotely consider touching the thing with an exorcism." Typical of the Neumeier- Nureyev touches was in a scene depicting Don Juan's damnation. As the flames of hell turn the ballroom to a rosy tinge, Nureyev touches up his hair and goes over to the flames to warm his hands OLDTIME MODERN SATURDAY, FEB. 16th-I at the FRIENDSHIP CENTRE Admission Children Under 12 FFM REFRESHMENTS WILL BE AVAILABLE hi DANCE I Sp.oi. I 324 -4th St. S. I Mtor12Free THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE Concert Series A Recital By KATHARINA WOLPE, Piano YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Lethbridge WEDNESDAY, FED. 20th p.m. TICKETS Leisters'Music Limited Switchboard Operator, University of Lethbridge Yates Centre (immediately prior to performance) Impromptu op 142.no 1 Sonata op 111 Ondine Feuilles Modes La Puerta del Vino Sonata op 58 PROGRAMME: Schubert Beethoven Debussy Chopin THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE CHOIR Conductor: LUCIEN NEEDHAM Accompanist: LOUISE NEEDHAM Spring Session, Soason REHEARSALS: TUESDAYS, p.m. Reasonably experienced singers are invfted to apply for membership. Terminal Application Date: Feb. Apply to: PROFESSOR LUCIEN NEEDHAM 1 Department of Music The University of Lethbridge 329-2338 LVS FCATUMIHO: Las Vegas Reno Carson Crty Lake Tahoe Virginia Crty elc Departing March 23ra by Deluxe Hiway Cruiser 9 Jun filled days FROM K VM> FEATUmNfe Disneyland. Los Angeles. San Diego. Tijuana. Mexico. Las Vegas. San Francisco and more Departing Apnl 6 and Apnl13 SSJun-Wteddays FROM MOUTH TO ALASKA Departing June 3D and July 21 FROM Ftll itQCHUff Coll You- A yr n' 207 KresgeBldg. A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL PHONE 32t-7t21 or 32? P. LAWSON TRAVEL MARQUIS HOTEL BLOQ. PHONE 32S-9000 Guess Who's Coming to CHEC 1090 RADIO? W-JV-E CHEC Radio's new 'MORNING MAN' will soon be here' If you recognize him fill in the missing loners of his name, and fill out this entry form and mail to BOX 1090, LETHBRIDGE You could be the lucky winner of 1 of 30 PANASONIC APPLIANCES to be given away. NAME ADDRESS Phone No. To BOX 1090 LETHBRIDQE ;