Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, November 3u, 1974 HABIT NOT POPULAR More than 50 per cent of the U S population over age 15 does not smoke cigarettes PRE-CHRISTMAS Rugs and Upholstery Cleaning Special by Shining Knight Phone 328-8408 See Details In Tues. Henld ind Fri TV Guide WILL VISIT PARIS QUEBEC (CP) Quebec Premier Robert Bourassa will vis.it Pans Dec 3-5, his office announced Friday Mr Bou- rassa is to meet with Presi- dent Valery Giscard d'Estamg, Premier Jacques Chirac Finance Minister Jean-Pierre Fourcade and Jean Sauvagnargues, foreign affairs minister 'GOOD NEWS MISSION POSSIBLE IN CHRIST EVERY THURSDAY P.M. CABLE CHANNEL 2 FULL GOSPEL BUSINESSMEN'S FELLOWSHIP For Mori Information Call FRANK TINOROI at 327-3478 Lethbridge Public Library THEATRE-GALLERY Announces. "A Great Books Discussion" TUESDAY, DEC. p.m. Books to be discussed H D Thoreau Walden and Civil Disobedience FREE ADMISSION THE OLDMAN RIVER POTTERS GUILD is holding a CHRISTMAS SALE DECEMBER 1st to 8th, 1974 in the BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE GALLERY B. FIALA ART SALE Oil Acrylic Paintings, Drawings, Oil Pastels, Silkscreen Prints Ideal Opportunity to Buy a Unique Christmas Present NOW ONE WEEK ONLY SAT., NOV. 20-SAT., DEC. 7 610 -10 St. S. Telephone 328-6873 Holly wood films Hindenburg disaster All didn't go according to the script this week as Hollywood filmmakers shot a scene for the movie "Hindenburg" showing the flaming dirigible collapsing on the control gondola At the peak of the action stuntmen portraying crew members were supposed to jump from the flaming gondola, but the timing was off and two became visible, bottom photo, only after the flames died down The director will view the shots, then decide whether to re-shoot the scene THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE Concert Series A CONCERT BY THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE CHOIR MALCOLM EDWARDS CONDUCTOR MARILYN SINCLAIR PIANO ASSISTED BY ELSIE KALMA SOPRANO ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHURCH LETHBRIDGE Wednesday. December p.m. ADMISSION WITHOUT CHARGE RCA to discontinue TV set tube manufacturing MONTREAL (CP) RCA Limited announced Friday it will discontinue manufactur ing television set tubes at Us Cowansville Que plant by Jan 15 1975 Robert Schieber, vice- president of RCA s electronic components division said the plant which employs about 125 workers will "completely phase out electron tube WHAT'S HAPPENING THIS WEEK AT The University Of Lethbridge Saturday, Nov. 30 Plays: Zoo Story and Boxes Public Library 8pm Basketball: Pronghorn Women vs U of C U of L Gym 6 30 p m Sunday, Dec. 1 Readers Theatre Production A Christmas Carol Public Library 3 p m Monday, Dec. 2 Plays: Frankie ft Albert Where the Cross is Made U of L Drama Studio noon 7 30 p m Contemporary Indian Society: "Economic Development on Blood Reserve Gladstone. Red Crow Corporation "Indian Economic Development in Aiberta Samson Indian Association of Alberta C 674 Academic-Residence 8pm Tuesday, Dae. 3 U of L Art Gallery Opening Sculpture from GSenbow s Permanent Col iecJion Wednesday, Dec. 4 Lunch a Learn: 'Trie Computer as Teactier P N Daykin Public Library Noon Thursday, Dec. 5 Noon-hour Concert: Voice Piano Recital of L Music students E 590 Academic-Residence bldg 12 15 p m Biology Seminar: Responsibilities m Genetics Jan Weijer U of C C 674 Academic-Residence bldg 4 30 p m For further Information on any of the above, contact Information Services at 329-2582 The Lethbridge Public Library THEATRE-GALLERY and The University of Lethbridge Presenf "EDWARD ALBEE ZOO STORY" and "CHARLIE SCHOTT-BOXES" Sat., Dec. 8-8 p.m. "CHARLES DICKENS CHRISTMAS CAROL" SUNDAY, DEC. p.m. FRIDAY, DEC. FREE ADMISSION LETHBRIDGE SKETCH CLUB DISPLAY and SALE Of PAINTINGS By Members CENTRE VILLAGE MALL MONDAY Ihru SATURDAY DEC. 2nd DEC. 7th COULD THIS BE YOUR BIG BREAK? WE NEED SINGERS TO TRAIN m a semi-professional capacity for a large trav- ellirg stage product'on which wih be based in Lethbridge 20 FEMALE SINGERS REQUIRED (minimum age of 18 years) We will audition; all voice required, if you are interested In a chance of a lifetime con- tact Carroll Lande Music Directoi HI-LITERS 21 329-4383 or Evenings after 6pm 327-9363 production Mr Schieber said because solid state devices have replaced tubes "the domestic and export markets for electron tubes have diminished He said RCA made the deci- sion 'with a great deal of reluctance and we are not able to find a suitable alter- native to preserve the jobs of our employees The Cowansville plant produced more than 36 million tubes for domestic and import markets since it opened in 1962 Claudette Thibaudeau, president of local 514 of the International Union of Electrical Radio and Machine which represents the employees termed the move shocking and placed most of the blame on federal government import-export policies MADE LITTLE EFFORT She said RCA made verv little real effort to keep the plant open because it had itself moved into the more lucrative business of develop- ing outside markets in effect compete with Canadian products She blamed the federal government for not taking ac- tion to protect Canadian ex- port trade bv imposing larger tariffs on imported goods If the government were not so dfraid to hurt the feelings of other countries then things like this would not happen Our textile industrv is in the same boat as we see imports grow and our domestic products not being able to compete Pornographic films rapped HELSINKI (Router) Making pornographic films is likf slaughtering children Soviet film director Sergei said here who is also the of the Soviet film in said Irouldntmake film rrmelf 1 couldn 1 with people 1 d for them I would though I w js slaughter- Anti-war theatre designs on display at art gallery By JAMES NELSON OTTAWA (CP) An ex- hibit of anti-war theatre designs conceived by a German artist between the First and Second World Wars goes on display in the National Gallery of Canada today for one month By coincidence, it is the same theme as the Royal Win- nipeg Ballet's recent produc- tion of a German anti-war ballet The Green Table by Kurt Jooss Both emphasize the futility, waste and horror of war The collection of works for the theatre by George Grosz comes to the gallery from the Busch Reismger Museum of Harvard University, whose former director, John David Farmer learned of their ex- istence after Grosz s death in 1959 Grosz, who studied in Bohe- mian Pans before the First World War was noted in art for his biting satire on social conditions and his geometric, cubist and futurist style In his attitude to war Grosz has been likened to Francisco Goya, whose dramatic Spanish works condemned the Napoleonic invasion of his country more than 100 years earlier Grosz's work for the theatre in Germany has been credited with revitalizing the stage in the inter-war period, and many of the sketches and drawings now displayed here were effective in that movement MOST IMPORTANT Most important, says the exhibition catalogue were his designs and character drawings for a 1928 production in Berlin of the adventures of the Good Soldier Schwejk, by the Czech author Jaroslav Hasek, adapted by Bertold Brecht collaborated with the directoi. Erwm Piscator, In a nurnbei of innovative stage effects, described in footnotes Grosz put on his sketches One describes a scene from the Good Soldier in which the moon comes up on a darkened stage and as it arcs across the backdrop it reveals a soldier standing guard beside several stacked rifles "The moon shines brightly on a wretched, groaning face djstorted by lear The features should express a nightmare Most of the 60 works, somp in watercolors and most in crayon pencil or ink have not been shown publicly before the exhibit was organized by Harvard s museum PUBLIC NOTICE TO SCHOOL ORGANIZATIONS PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM OF CAPITAL FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE IN DEVELOPING Under the special capital assistance program of "Project the provincial govern- ment now provides financial assistance to qualifying school boards through their local municipality This program is designed to support and encourage co-operative efforts between municipalities and local school boards to help meet the increasing needs for re- creation and community facilities Under this grant policy, funds are made available to ehg.ble school boards on a oer capita basis All projects submitted require tne endorsement of the community services advisory committee and finally city council HOW TO APPLY Apply directly to the City of Lethbridge through the community services advisory committee All applications for 1975 must be submitted by January 10, 1975 Full information and application forms are available at 1. 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