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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, November 16, Open to 18 to 25 age group Mid-East trip essay contest prize WHAT'S HAPPENING THIS WEEK AT The University Of Lethbridge Sunday, Nov. 17 International Folk Festival 9 art displays 2 performances Phys Ed -Fine Arts Bldg Monday, Nov. 18 Seminar: "Canadian Perspectives on Cuba" Ken Hurlburt, George Bohac, Stuart McDowell E690 Academic-Residence Bldg. 9-11 30 Mike O'Sullivan, Maurice Halpern E690 Academic-Residence Bldg. 2-4 p m Wednesday, Nov. 20 "Violence in Canadian History" Michael S. Cross. U of Toronto E690 Academic-Residence Bldg. p.m. Lunch Learn: "Open University" E Mokosch Lethbridge Public Library p m Drama: "Leaving Home" by David French Drama Studio (admission 25e) 7 30 p m Thursday, Nov. 21 "Biomagnetic Responses in Plants" Urban Pittman. Research Station C674 Academic-Residence Bldg 4 30 p m. "Leaving Home" Drama Studio 7.30 p.rn Friday, Nov. 22 "Leaving Home" Drama Studio p.m For further information on any ot the above, contact Information Services at 329-2582. OTTAWA (CT) In an attempt to generate more interest in the Palestinian cause, the Arab Information Centre is running dn essay contest lor young persons First prize for the writer ol the best word paper will be a four week, all expenses paid trip to Egypt. Jordan. Lebanon and Syria what the centre calls the cradle of civilization The centre. Ottawa spokesman for the Arab League said Friday, will place advertisements in one new- spaper in each of Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto and Van- couver telling of the contest, which is open to Canadian citizens 18 to 25 years. LETHBRIDGE MUSICAL THEATRE Presents "ZORBA THE GREEK NOV. 15th to NOV. 30th YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE BOX OFFICE OPEN VATES DAILY to p.m. TELEPHONE 327-7055 GOOD SEATS STILL AVAILABLE Tickets Produced Directed by DICK MELLS CHOREOGRAPHY by MURIEL JOLLIFFE NIGHTLY P.M. EXCLUDING SUNDAYS MONDAYS A MUSICAL OF TRIUMPHANT TASTE HUMANITY, WIT AND HAUNTING MELODY PHOTOGRAPHY B 1416 -13th Street" North We are booking FAMILY PORTRAIT SITTING ror (Assured delivery for the holidays up to Dec. 7th) Book now and avoid disappointment Evening and Sunday Sittings by appointment OUR CHRISTMAS PACKAGE 4-4x5 apreview prints PLUS 1-8x10 PRINT H 750 Ail in color. All for only If TWO GREAT CHRISTMAS GIFT IDEAS MEMBER FMIU sttaso PIW 1. A Family Portrait Sitting Certificate. That is effective through Sept. 1975 at this year's special price. Outdoor sitting certificates also available for next summer. 2. Give Something Original this year! Our Beautiful and Unique WILDLIFE GRAPHIC SERIES. Choose from 16 different prints on this series, 11x14 print mounted on a 16x20 board. Ready for hanging ONLY C95 Phone 327-7449 Open Tuesday tc 3 Clo9ed Entertainment briefs NK'.V YORK even game shown on televi- sion lux a play at home ver- sion on sale in toy stores But a new play at home TV game now coming on the market isn't seen on 'television Th' ;rasoi: Its goa! is 'oen .uu'.w 'ess TV virAiP2 The game is Switch It s be- ing sok) by mail by Action tor Children's" Television an activist group which, since has demanded highci children's programs without commercials on teh'vision LOS ANGELES (AP) Ac- toi David Carradme, star of the TV series Kung Fu, was lined here dnd placed on a probation on charges o mi inci tiespasbing i i I'l'iir was charged with nnMkmg into d neighbor's horni1 ia-.t Sept 15. smashing windows rifling a bathroom medicine cabinet and over- Uitn'ng fiirniture TO ch v F.oi" Title role Malone-Ann Spiller, 20, of Kitchener, Ont., plays the title role in the Charlottetown Festival production of "Anne of Green Gables" now playing at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa. Miss Spiller had been under- study for the role until the current tour began She is the fourth Anne in the production's 10-year history. Performing arts activity increases from 1' Oa'" F-.i" for FREE BROCHURE Your Travel or: Call Oparator (no charga) Ack for Zanith 06061 207 Krasga Bldg., Edmonjon, AiDarta By JAMES NELSON WINNIPEG (CP) A five fold increase m activity in the performing arts theatre, music, ballet and the like will sweep the country by 1980, says Andre Fortier, director of the Canada Coun- jcil The head of the federal grant giving body said he I made this prediction on the basis of his own though future growth is hard to measure. Fortier said that in 1971-72, I there were about 100 perform- ing arts companies, 47 of which received sustaining grants from the council. By the 1975-76 season, he said, the 1 number of companies per- j forming on stage and in j concert halls will have grown I to 200. and by 1979-80, to 500. Fortier spoke at a day long i seminar called hy the nine j major arts organizations in Winnipeg to which press, radio and television represen- tatives were invited The meeting was called to i discuss more coverage of the arts activities in Winnipeg I news outlets. When the Royal Commis- i sion on Arts, Letters and Sciences the Massey Com- j mission reviewed the scene 25 years ago. Fortier said. there were few professional s companies performing, and j perhaps only 1.000 to 2.000 peo- i pie making their living in the arts, apart from broadcasting. i ATTENDANCE UP When the Canada Council was formed in 1958. it paid million a year in sub- sidles, and the performing arts drew audiences totalling i 1 5 million people. Today, government grants to the arts total 3 million, and audiences exceed 5 3 million. Representatives of press. radio and TV attending the meeting said they wanted more news reports on per- sonalities in the entertain- ment world, more stories I about continuing activities, and more about the preparations that go into a performance. The cultural agency spokesmen said they wished local newspapers would ear- mark certain pages for arts and entertainment news. Win- nipeg is one of the few cities in which this is not now done Fortier said surveys in- dicate that half the population participate in some wav in the performing arts, by either performing or at least concerts or other performances, or going to art galleries and museums on some occasion during a year. Such participation, he said, is greater in numbers than those who go to sports events. Sports activity in Canada should continue to be enhanc- ed but, he added: "What we have in common is to promote each other's interest." A.M.A. TRAVEL AGENCY 608-5th Avenue South P. LAWSON TRAVEL LTD. Marquis Hotel Building Phone 328-3000 e fo GOJ) LEARN MORE at (he PUBLIC LIBRARY Tuesday, Nov. 19th p.m. IKK MR forwjr'3 hj- NEXT EARLY BIRD (valued at TWO CASH PRIZES Or SI00 EACH LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION 1974-75 SEASON TICKETS NOW ON SALE Box office LEISTER'S LTD 5 CONCERTS Dec. 2nd Feb. 3rd March 25 ORCHESTRAL CHORAL ONE THIRD CONCERT CONCERT NINTH Aprit 7 April 27 ORCHESTRAL CALGARY YOUTH CONCERT ORCHESTRA Students S15 ;