Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
AHC gains cash for loan program EDMONTON Alberta Housing Corp has received an additional M from the provincial govern- ment for its mortgage lending program. The corporation has also increased its interest rates. The extra money brings the 1973 lending program to 4 million, compared with million last year and million in 1971. Municipal Affairs Minister Dave Rusell. chairman of the corporation, said the expand- ed 1973 program will finance an estimated units of housing, compared with 644 units last year and 349 in 1971. Effective immediately, the interest rate on housing loans to individuals whose incomes are less than will be nine per cent, up from 8.75 per cent. Loans to persons whose incomes range between and a year will carry a 10-per-cent interest rate, while the rate for builders' and rental loans will be lOVz per cent SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Theatre "TRADER HORN" In color. Starring Rod Taylor, Ann Heywood and Jean Sorel. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, October 15, 16 and 17. Monday show at p.m. ADULT. FORT Theatre "SLITHER" In color. Starring James Caan, Peter Boyle and Sally Kellerman. Monday and Tuesday, October 15 and 16. Monday show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. PINCHER Theatre "FISTS OF FURY" In color. Starring Bruce Lee. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, October 15, 16 and 17 Monday show at 8.15 p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. Theatre "THE JESUS TRIP" In color. Starring Tippy Walker and Robert Porter Motorcycle action. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, October 15, 16 and 17. Monday shows at and p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT Monday, October is. THE LETHBHIPOE HERALD 7 A W TEEN BURGER TUESDAY 2 Teen Burgers Reg. Value Tuesday only 1 .49 Available at Both Locations 210 3rd Ave. South 1607 Mayor Magrath Drive TV highlights MONDAY SPECIAL: You're Not Elected, Charlie Brown, 6 p.m., Cb. 9. Shows politics "Peanuts" style. MOVIE COMEDY: With Six You Get Eggroll, 7 p.m., Ch. 9. Family comedy about a romance between a widow and a widower. CRIME DRAMA: The Rookies, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. Joan Blondell plays a lonely widow with a penchant for bugging the police with false alarms. DRAMA: Medical Centre, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. A hospital volunteer's horrifying secret and Dr. Gannon's attempt to right a terrible wrong. MOVIE MYSTERY: Strangler of the Tower, midnight, Ch. 7. Police hunt for a phantom assassin who is eliminating members of a mysterious cult. TUESDAY MOVIE COMEDY: Duffy, 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Offbeat crime tale about overage hipsters kicking about the Mediterranean. Wedding plans hum for Anne Award night Genevieve Bujold (right) winner of the Canadian Film Awards best perfor- mance by an actress for 73, talks with friends at the award program in Mont- real Friday evening. Left is Michael Spencer, execut- ive director for the Canad- ian Film Development Corporation and Maqbool Jung, a freelance film writer from India. DIGEST CHARGED VANCOUVER (CP) The Reader's Digest Association (Canada) Ltd. has been charg- ed with misleading adver- tising The trial is scheduled to open in provincial court here Dec. 17 Arts Centre sets may be rented out By JAMES NELSON OTTAWA (CP) The National Arts Centre (NAC) has been negotiating with other opera producers for the rental of some of its stunning sets, costumes and stage properties, bought partly at taxpayers' expense. The sets, costumes, props and lighting design of last July's NAC production of Mozart's Don Giovanni will be used next year in Montreal by the Opera du Quebec, it has been announced. The NAC has also talked with the Canadian Opera Company of Toronto, and with planners for the new summer opera festival in Sarnia, Ont, IT'S NEW! EVERY TUESDAY AN A P UNIT QA ON 5th AVENUES. If M. r. U If I I ACROSS FROM PALM DAIRY WEEKLY BINGO IS NOW A 17 GAME Street musician PUBLIC BINGO IN THE NEW ARMY NAVY AND AIR FORCE HALL TUESDAY.. 8 EVERY PUBLIC INNEWANAFHALL Coffee, Soft Drinks, etc. available MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS INTHECLUBROOMS JACKPOT In 50 Not. or IMS Increasing No. wok until won. Consolation Jackpot Increases per wok until won. REGULAR BINGO OR 4 CORNERS 12 6imw425 in 7 not. or liss-No winnir, drops to 120 until won X Gimi Mini Blackout 50 No. Blackout FFM Gimo 2 Frot Draws Door Card (Woodgraln) Each Blue or Brown Cards 50e. Qratn Kty Card (This card may be purchased If a playar has a door card and at least 4 other blue or brown All Blngos, Including are doubled on Green Card. No Children 1C voirt of Apt A poet once wrote the sweetest songs are those which tell of saddest thou- ght. Above, a nearly blind old man who cannot read music plays his violin on Fifth Avenue, New York City. He has memorized every stanza of the tunes he plays for pedestrians. Mon., Oct. 15th JACKPOT Nos. "20 ALARM BINQO" SI Gold Cirdt Pay Doublt Door Prln (Mtny Oitrtt) Regular Cards or 5 ler SI 13th St. 6th Avo. "A" N. No children 16 allowed about making similar arrangements with them, an arts centre official said. At least one new opera produc- tion to be staged here next summer already is being talk- ed off as a rental property. There have also been ten- tative discussions at the arts centre about an exchange of sets and costumes for some NAC play productions. While exchanges of opera sets are not new in Canada, exchanges of play sets have not yet taken place. Edward Gilbert, artistic director of the Manitoba Theatre Centre, Winnipeg, was here this week to discuss arrangements for exchanging play sets. He directed last June's Shaw Festival produc- tion of George Bernard Shaw's You Never Can Tell, at Niagara-on-the Lake, Ont OPENS SEASON That production has con- cluded a sold-out run at the NAC theatre here and moves to Winnipeg as the opening event in the Manitoba Centre's 1973-74 season. What is being discussed, however, is not an exchange of entire productions, in- cluding cast, but merely the exchange of sets, costumes, properties and lighting design. In the case of an opera, these can cost about 25 per cent of total new production expense. The percentage runs much higher for stage plays, since the orchestra, music, and opera singer costs far out- run other expenses in opera productions. An exchange of opera sets among western cities, in- cluding Calgary, Vancouver, and Seattle, Wash., has been under way for some time. The sets and costumes for one of the western productions of Pucini's Madame Butterfly will also be used by the Opera du Quebec in Montreal next spring. The NAC's Don Giovanni last summer was designed by Montrealer Robert Prevost, whose work is characterized by richness of fabric and lighting, and solidity of set. The gravestones and statuary in his graveyard scene looked like real stone, and not just plastic foam. HOLD RIGHTS In the contracts the NAC has written with designers and others employed for its productions, residual rights have been left with the designer. In this case, Mr. Prevost would receive a royalty for the use of his work in Montreal The NAC's theatre produc- tions have not so far been as lavish as its July operas. But it is preparing a production of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night for next month which promises to top previous ef- forts Ottawa's Brian Jackson, who designed this summer's Stratford Shakespeare Festival production of Ivan Turgenev's A Month in the Country, is designing Twelfth Night. A NAC official said that building a set which is intend- ed to travel from city to city is more expensive than con- structing one only for use in its own theatre It has to be specially reinforced, made in truck-size pieces, and adap-, table to stages of varying size. It is also reported that the design for another NAC production last July's ballet, Star-Cross'd, based on Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet may be picked up by Les Grands Ballets Canadiens of Montreal It featured elaborate Italian Renaissance costumes by Maxime Graham. AVIATION MEMORIES EDMONTON (CP) Can- ada's Aviation Hall of Fame is looking for articles of historical aviation significance photographs, diaries, old log and account books and other souvenirs. Ar- ticles can be sent to Mayor Ivor Dent at Edmonton city hall. By CAROL KENNEDY LONDON (CP) The first ripples of royal wedding activ- ity are just beginning here, though most of the complex machinery of regal pomp and protocol is humming along welj below the surface. Since the Queen has not des- ignated the Nov. 14 nuptials of! Princess Anne and Capt. Mark Phillips as a state occasion, the man in charge of the myriad strands of organiza- tion is not the Earl Marshal of England but the Lord Chamberlain, Lord Maclean. Chief of the Scottish clan Maclean and former Chief Scout of the Commonwealth, the 57-year-old baron now is official head of the Queen's household. With his small staff he has set aside a couple of rooms in Buckingham Palace to deal with the pile of wedding correspondence and steadily increasing flow of gifts. Meanwhile, with the invitations sent out and professional organizers in palace, church and army smoothly putting the wedding machinery into gear, the Queen flies off Sunday for a long-scheduled visit to DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic Suite 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbrldge Australia to inaugurate the new Sydney opera house. Prince Philip already is there. The royal couple returns Oct 23, the day Anne and her future husband take a 90- minute spin in the Anglo- French supersonic airliner, (Concorde. t Canadian High Com- missioner J. H. (Jake) Warren and his wife Hilary will be among the West- minster Abbey wedding guests. LARGEST LIBRARY The largest library on earth is the Library of Congress in Washington. About 15 million books and pamphlets cover its 327 miles of shelves. green acres drive-in CLOSED TONITE thru THURSDAY OPEN AGAIN FRIDAY, SAT. and SUNDAY WEEKENDS ONLY Show Times Monday October 15 PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects 7 00 9 00 TOUCH OF CLASS- 7-15 9 20 LAST COMPLETE SHOW. 9 00 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 7 15 9.15 GODSPELL 7 30 9'35 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9.15 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA WICKED WICKED 700 1010 HIT MAN 8 35 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 8 35 RESTRICTED ADULT GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE CLOSED TILL FRIDAY OCTOBER 19. 1973 college cinema Tonite and TUBS. First Show 7 p.m. MGM INTRODUCES A NFW FILM EXffBIENCt Restricted Adull ICKEDWICKEI TWICE THE TENSION! TWICE THE TERROR! Siamng DAVID BAILEY-TIFFANY BOILING RANDY ROBERTS I I Second Feature I ADULT, Not Suitable For Children Glenda Segal Jackson n A Mclinn frank F im A Touch Of Class NOW SHOWING At p.m. FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT MUSCAL paramount cinema Tonite thru Thursday At p.m. COMMUNITY SIRVICIf D1PARTM1NT CITY OF LITHBRIDQI 1 PUBLIC SWIMMING. SKATING and MUSEUM SCHEDULE Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. 22 I FRITZ SICK Swim (adulis only) 1200-1 00 p Swim (adults only) 1200-1 00 p m Public Swim 7.30-9.30 p Swim (adults only) 1200-1 00 p Swim (adults only) 12 00 1 00 pm Public Swim 7 30-9 30 p Swim 3 00-6-00 p Swim 1 00 5 00 p m Family Swim 6 00-8 00 p Swim (adults only) 12.00-12-45 p m MEHOERSOh ICE Skating 7 00 9 00 p Skating 2 00- A 00 p Public Skating 4 00-5 30 p m. CMC NX Public Skating 4 00-5-30 p Skating 1 00-2 30 p m i Public Skating 3 00-5 00 p UMBrW Public Skating 4 00-5 30 n SKating 6 30 8 00 p Mothers Pre-School SKate 1000-1200 noon Public SKating 7 00-9 00 p Skating 2 00-4 00 p m and 8 00-10 00 p Skating 1 00-2 30 p m Public Skating 300-500 p m Family Skating fi 00-7 30 D tm 00-4 30 p fiO 30 p 00--) 30 o 00 1 30 p 00 5 00 p 00 30 p i"