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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, February 24, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 ANNAWYMAN HOUSE OF BOOKS 319-8th St. South will be closed Mondays As Of MARCH 1st SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "BANK SHOT" starring George C. Scott. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, February 24, 25, 26. Monday show at p.m. ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE PARALLAX VIEW" starring Warren Beatty. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, February 24, 25, 26. Monday shows at p.m. ADULT. TABER Tower Theatre "LITTLE CIGARS" and "DEEP THRUST" Monday, Tuesday, February 24, 25. Monday one complete show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. 747 JUMBO SIGHTSEEING CRUISER WITH STEWARDESS EUlern Holiday Bull S Gimllll SlOClll. Us Vegas and Palm Springs. 9 AS LOW AS Florida, Dlilliy WOfili. D.C. Tour. Washinton, D.C., cape 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. 24'days April 5 AS LOW AS Clilfernle i Tljiene SpOClll. San Francisco, Disneyland. San Diego. Tijuana, Palm Springs. 16 days. April 7......... AS LOW AS Clllfornll, Tlltene SpeciOl. (Same as above for the places. 16 days April 19.......'.............................. AS LOW AS Lit Vigil SpOClll. 7 days. April 23...........AS LOW AS Kentucky Derby 4 Neibville Speclel. 20 deyt. April 25. ASLOWAS DiimflMi, Sen Dlteo, 16 Days. April ze.- AS LOW AS DlMeiM, See Diego, Tljtoeo. Point Breed Comoo AS LOW AS DilMYlind A Seeclel. 14 days a 16 Days. May 3 Ceoetleo RocMoe. Weit Coeel Soodol. 9ann. jasper, victoria Vancouver, Penticton. 12 days May 3 ASLOWAS TOOr. Peace River. Pacific Coast Cruise, Edmonton, Dawson Creek, Prince George. Prince Rupert, Victoria, Vancouver. 15 days May 5 a June 7 (includes ship accomodations 4 city tours.) LOW AS CeilerBittlonoMTew. 4days...............ASLOWAS DlMOflMO', TIJWM, MeXiCO SOOtiOl. San Francisco. Grand Canyon, Las Vegas Included. 16 days. June? ASLOWAS d. San Diego. Tijuana. Grand Canyon, Las Vegas. 16 ASLOWAS Peect Rltrer. Cmadlen Rocklei Pacific Coail Cralio. interior B.C., 15 days. June 28. (includes ship accomodations city tours. AS LOW AS DtMoyiooi, Sm Dlofo, TIJMIM Mexico, 6roM ConytM, lit Veiee, Toer. I6days.june28........................ ASLOWAS "Worlds only Airline on the Ground" NORTHERN BUS TOURS Exotic International Tours College Mall Phone CANADA TRAVEL LETHBR1DQE Phone 329-3338 West Coast art inspires ballet By JAMES NELSON OTTAWA (CP) The ma- jestic paintings of West Coast forests and Indian settlements by Emily Carr are the inspira- tion for a new contemporary ballet being conceived by song writer Ann Mortifee and choreographer Anna Wyman to mark International Women's Year. Miss Wyman is founder and director of the Anna Wyman Dance Theatre of Vancouver, which appeared at the National Arts Centre Friday and Saturday while on its first coast to coast tour. The new ballet was commis- sioned by the Vancouver Art Gallery with a grant from the federal government's special fund to support International Women's Year. It will have 10 performances in the gallery in July, and then go into the dance company's repertoire. Miss Wyman, who came to Canada in 1967 from England and Austria, her birthplace, formed the nine-member dance theatre three years ago. It has won enthusiastic audiences on tours throughout B.C. The current tour goes on to Toronto, Montreal and Halifax from here. When Miss Wyman returns to Vancouver, work will begin in earnest on the Emily Carr ballet. "This is something different for she said. "I haven't given any thought to the cho- reography yet, but am trying just to get the feel of Emily Carr's work. "We won't try to tell the story of her life, but just simp- ly deal with the form and feel- ing of the paintings and the en- vironment in which she worked. To me, the paintings feel very majestic, very big, very sweeping." Emily Carr, who died in 1945, was born in Vancouver and studied art in San Fran- cisco, England and France. She struggled for many years to achieve a style she was comfortable with, and it was not until she was well into her 50s that her painting matured. During periods of ill health which prevented her painting, she wrote autobiographic and sometimes satiric comments on human relationships. Miss Mortifee is best known for the music and lyrics she wrote for the Royal Winnipeg Ballet's version of The Ec- stasy of Rita Joe. Miss Wyman said that when the dance company left Van- couver, Miss Mortifee wasn't ready to discuss the music for the new work in any concrete way. Sydney telescope eyes southern sky By RICHARD PARIS SYDNEY (Reuter) Man's exploration of outer space has taken a significant step -forward with the inauguration of a huge telescope some 200 miles northwest of Sydney. A joint Australian-British venture, the giant telescope will give the world its first chance to explore the almost virgin territory of the southern sky. The Anglo-Australian tele-' scope, as it is called, at Siding Spring Mountain, is superbly well positioned to study the two Magellanic clouds, the 1 nearest galaxies to our own, which can be seen only from 'the Southern Hemisphere. But the telescope can also look right into the centre of our own galaxy, the Milky Way, giving it a decided ad- vantage over instruments in the Northern Hemisphere, Where the Milky Way appears low in the sky. The million telescope was inaugurated recently by Prince Charles. Brilliantly clear test photographs of. the southern skies have already been produced by the instrument. Astronomers are predicting that this 13-foot scope will prove better than anything currently operating, including even the one greater 200-inch scope at Mount Palomar in California. Astronomers believe a spate of discoveries will follow, including many sur- prises. The.dome of the scope domi- nates the Siding Spring Mountain on a site chosen after an Australia- wide investigation because it is 60 per cent free from night- time clouds. Because of its remoteness, no artificial light problems exist and it is expected that about hours of steadily clear night sky will be available each year. The heart of the telescope is the circular block of glass-like material coated at its upper surface by a thin layer of aluminum. The material itself, called cervit (for ceramic has been carefully shaped so that the mirror will bring to a sharp focus the light from any object to which the telescope is pointed. After viewing the test photographs, the commission- ing astronomer, Prof. Ben Gascoigne said the mirror is proving even better than ex- pected. It is so perfect that it does not depart from the predicted shape (called a hyperboloid) by more than one ten thousandth of a millimetre. TEEN BURGER TUESDAY Teen Burger Reg. TUESDAY ONLY A6W Available at Both Locations 210-3rdAve. South 1607 Mayor Magrath Drive Show Times MONDAY. Feb. PARAMOUNT THEATRE: MAN WITH GOLDEN GUN: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PARAMOUNT CINEMA: Short Sublets: CARRY ON GIRLS: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA: Short Subjects: HARRAD SUMMER: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: RESTRICTED ADULT paramount Cosy caller An unidentified model demonstrates how to make a telephone call cozy recently during the opening of a new furniture store in the' Amsterdam suburb of Diemen. The chair is by Finnish designer, Eero Aarnio. TOMTEthruTMJRS. at and p.m. ADULT NOT SUITHBLt FOR CHILDREN Bullet-riddled motif reminder of terrorism paramount cinema TONITE thru WED. at and p.m. SALISBURY, Rhodesia (CP) A has designed a T-shirt motif which has a bullet-riddled maple leaf. Underneath this is the slogan "I've seen Vic. Falls." The design by Larry Teirney, 28, .formerly of Cumberland on Vancouver Island, is meant as a reminder of the 1973 shooting incident when two Ontario girl tourists, Christine Sinclair of Guelph and Marion Drijber of Rockwood, were shot by Zarri- bian troops near Victoria Falls. "The whole world was horrified by the I don't think it should be easily Tierney said. "My only intention was to draw attention to the shooting. And we all know who was responsible. It was not meant as a protest against Rhodesia." Tierney said he plans to wear the T-shirt when he returns to Canada. "Canada pours millions of dollars of foreign aid into he said. "The two countries make very strange bed-fellows, especially as Canada has had its own terrorist problems." Teirney, a printer, has been in Rhodesia for two years. He now is serving his second spell of active service with the security forces in the northeast border area where the terrorists are operating. "It's not as if these shirts have gone out to every Tom, JDick and Tierney said. "I've only had three myself and my im- mediate family." Solzhenitsyn 'considered suicide' NEW YORK (Reuter) So- viet writer Alexander Sol- zhenitsyn says in a newly-pub- lished memoir that he con- templated suicide in 1965 after Soviet secret police raided two Moscow apartments where he had hidden his archives. The exiled novelist's latest book, The Calf Butted The Oak, was published last week by the Russian-language Y.M.C.A. Press ,in Paris on the anniversary of Solzhenit- syn's banishment from the Soviet Union. That Crazy "CARRY ON GANG" is at it again! Don't Miss It Mwitammo Beauty 'Queens- its PETER BWU WINDSOR JMNSIM? PETEB BOTTEkWrH SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN R.A. HOSACK C.rtllind Dental Mechanic DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC 8-3045th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Uthbridge TONIGHT TOES. at and p.m. ARE YOU BEADY FOR THIS Encouraging liberated relations between coed students. Cinema Arls Productions starring Btehud Owen VIcloiH ThcmBeon. Uurtt WHIM Robert and BjllOiiMjK Jack Scnachl special guesl appearance tjy Marty AHenl COMMUNITY SIRVICIS DIPARTMiNT CITY Of LITHBRIDQI PUBLIC SKATING, SWIMMING, MUSEUM LIBRARY Feb. Fot. Fot. Fee. Merck HUTCH Morel 3 FRITZ SICK Swim (adults only) p.m Public Swim Swim p.m. and Swim (adults only) p.m. Public Swim Swim (adults only) p.m Public Swim Swim Swim p.m. and Swim (Adults Only) p.m. Public Swim p.m. STAN SIWIK Swim (adults only) p.m. Public Swim Swim (adults only) p.m. Moms and Tots p.m. Public Swim Swim (adults only) p.m. Moms and Tots p.m. Public Swim Swim (adults only) p.m Public Swim p.m. and Swim SWIM p.m. FAMILY SWIM Swim (Adults only) p.m. HENDERSON PARK ICE Skating Skating Public Skate p.m. ICE Public Skating Skating Skating Skating Skate p.m. Public Skate p.m. Family Skating CIVIC ICE Public Skating Skating Skate p.m. Public Skate SIR ALEXANDER QALT p.m. runic p.m ;