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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THf. HERALD Thursday, March 15, 1973 Students win rental fees battle CALGARY (CP) Students nt the University of Calgary's married student's housing com- plex liave well their fight to stop a rent like set for July 1. The board of governors re- versed an earlier decision to ralso rents by ami a month. Rents proposed for 1973-74 were based on a tax in- of 10 per cent and a three-per-cent vacancy rate. Stendents now pay a month for a one-bedroom unit, a month lor two bed- rooms and lor three bed- rooms. Stdent rcpresentalive Dennis Seown told the board that about hall the tenants in the complex have annual incomes ranging 'from to The pro- posed increase would mean a tenant in a hvo-bedroom unit earning would pay aboul 67 per cent oJ Ws income for ac- commodation. Cheaper accommodation was available off campus and the vacancy rate would likely in- crease if university rcnis were raised again, he said. In general, fish of the cod family are elongate yet stout, with large heads anil strong mouths, and a long dorsal fin separated into two parts. presents THE LiTHBRIDGE GYMNASTIC CLUB Performing in COLLEGE MALL FRIDAY, MARCH 16th of p.m. SATURDAY, MARCH 17fh at p.m. Man ivho came to dinner Located in Lethbridge at 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive OTTAWA (CP) British ac- tor-director John Neville says he is beginning to feel like the man who came to dintier. He came to Canada last Octo- ber to direct a play at the Na- tional Arts Centre, and he's still here. He has just been appointed artistic director of Edmonton's Citadel Thelare, but will be back here next June and July to direct a production of Mazarl's Don Giovanni. Neviile, who took up stage work seriously at the age of 17 in London in the early 1940s be- fore being called up for service in the Royal Navy, was for six years artistic director of the New Nottingham Playhouse in England. He toured North America twice, in 1956 and 1058 with London's Old Vic company, playing Shakespearean roles, but at that time the theatre in Canada was in Us infancy. VERY BORING THEN "Ottawa was then just an- other capital city, a little like quite the reverse is true today. "I've just fallen in love with this country. I didn't llu'iik much about settling here when I first came, but I do think about it now. When I first came last October I was a newcomer and I wondered whether I'd find enough work. But now I am busy, I certainly am." Neville directed Sheridan's JOHN NEVILLE The Rivals last fall, and was then immediately engaged by the Arts centre to play tiie lead in Shakespeare's The Tempest. he will play in Mrs. Warren's Profession, the play by George Bernard Shaw which was banned in England until 1902 because it dealt with pros- titution. The production of Don Gio- vanni will be Neville's first op- era. "I've always had a feeling I'd like to direct one. It's an op- era that I love." The production, to be de- signed by Montreal's Robert Prevost and conducted by Mario musical direc- tor with the NAC orchestra, still is in its early planning stage. FORMED OWN GROUP The son of an auto mechanic in east end London, he formed a theatre group in a local com- munity club. The only way he could get boys to join the group was to trade with would box, if they would play on the stage for him. A local church warden took him every summer for three years to Stratford, and it was there that he decided to make a professional career in the theatre. After the war he used his vet- erans' allowances to go to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. "Things just Neville says of his latest career in Can- ada. UNEMPLOYMENT GOAL TORONTO (CP) A Univer- sity of Toronto sociologist sees Canada's unemployment as the promising start towards the two-day work week, or better still, the no-day work week. Prof. John Farina considers work the enemy of freedom and 83 per cent unemployment "a worthy national goal." He says: "Man invented machines so he could be relieved of work and our record of seven per cent un- employment should constitute a measure of success." ARE YOU Come join some of the nicest people in town who are going out and having good times galore at our new friends club! Meet new people make more friends get more dales become more popular. Dance with as many as 10 to 15 different partners weekly and much, much more. Age makes no difference whether you're 30 or 70. No escort required. You may aliend alone. For Single Adults Over 30 Who Want More Fun Out Of Life! JOIN THE GREATEST SINGLE ADULT CLUB IN LETHBRIDGE! FOR MORE INFORMATION 327-7935 FUN Trurh or Consequences Mod Squad Kung Fu Streets of San Francisco Newi Atovlaj TM Nfahf rt rtw Jguans Captain Kangaroo News Jack Audrey Galloping Lel'5 Make a Dei) Newlywed Gams News General Hospital One Life to ftM Days Of Our Llvei Dinah's Place Gourmet Three on a MtttH Heart Daling Game 4too Spill Second ;