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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, October 1t, 1974 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD -11 1851 Canadian stamp sells for NORTH VANCOUVER (CP) A repaired 12 pence stamp issued in Canada in 1851 was brought by a Yukon doc- tor here for at the Monar stamp auction. Advertised as Canada's rarest stamp, the black 12 penny which went to Dr. A. C. Tanner of Whitehorse had a UKRAINIAN MEN'S CLUB is sponsoring a DANCE Saturday, Oct. 19 p.m. POLISH HALL 8th Avt. A 13th SL North "GOOD MUSIC" Members and Invited Guests only! pinhead sized hole in its mid- dle which was replaced by fine paper fibres interwoven on the back. A 12 pence 1851 stamp in good condition is listed at 000 in the Royal Philatelic Society's 1975 catalogue. Joan Waterfield's Entertainment eye Musicians highest paid Canadian artists "Don't put your daughter on the sang Noel Coward and thai goes for your son too. NEED ENTERTAINMENT? Jayway Production has it! "Mandin and Mclntosh" Magic Mirth "Mr. Lushwell" Funny Fun "Joe Lawlor" Singer "Lilly Larter" Soft Entertaining Lounge Singer "Chinook" Rock Plus dance bands of every size and price range. Ideal entertainment for Children's Parties, club and Rock dances and Christmas functions as well as wedding dance bands. All available now. PRODUCTIONS LTD. 1820- 10thAve.M.r....imi Phone327-8794 IN DEPENDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS Saturday, October 19th p.m.f MOOSE HALL Music by: "The 49'ers" Tickets at the door Lunch Served at Midnight Members and Invited Guests SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB "OCTOBERFEST' Saturday, Oct. 19th p.m. Music by "Sunset 4" Members and Invited Guests Only DONT FORGET OUR "KERMESANDBEERFEST" November 9th Exhibition Pavilion And if the kids have aspirations as professional ac- tors, musicians or dancers they should be aware that the average income of the Cana- dian artist is lower than the entire Canadian labor force. Also, most-were employed as pro performers just over half their work time; mean in- come was highest in music lowest in dance and males earned about more than females "in all performing specialties." But professional theatre is hanging in there; in Alberta with Citadel Theatre of Ed- monton, Alberta Theatre Pro- jects and Theatre Calgary. And Citadel and TC have made a telling move with ex- change productions and tours that will take Theatre Calgary's 6 Urns Riv Vu north and bring Citadel's production of The Rivals south to Lethbridge and Medicine Hat. t The Rivals is a delicious 18th Century comedy of manners, highly comic, which brought the classic character Mrs. Malaprop, who must be true ancestor to comedian Norm Cosby, not only into theatre but into our language. CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "HUCKLEBERRY FINN" a musical adaptation. Starring Jeff East, Paul Winfield and Harvey Kormari. In color. Friday, Saturday, October 18, 19. Friday shows at and p.m. FAMILY. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "MY NAME IS NOBODY" starring Terence Hill. Friday, Saturday, October 18, 19. Friday show at p.m. ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "MAME" starring Lucille Ball and Beatrice Arthur. Friday, Saturday, October 18, 19. Friday show at and p.m. FAMILY. TABER Tower Theatre "BLAZING SADDLES" starring Gene Wilder and Cleavon Little. In color. Friday, Saturday, October 18, 19. Friday shows at and p.m. SATURDAY DISCOUNT BOMBSHELLS Allied Arts Council (In arrangement with Provincial Cultural Development Branch) Present CITADEL THEATRE I" Classic Comedy "THE RIVALS" TMnfcy mi SHirfcy. Octitar 24 nt 26 YATES P.M. Tickets each at Leister's For Group Rates Contact Bowman Arts Centre Phone 327-2813 WAGON WHEELS 1Doz. Per box 57 0 NEXT WEEK HOTEL TAVERN ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY "RICK STEVENSON If CRIMPOLENE YARDAGE 1 QQ Lounge Nightly- "BLUE MOON1 HOTEL Reg. 3.49....... 1 yd. MEN'S BULKY KNIT PULLOVER 100% acrylic Reg. 9.98.......... LADIES'QUILTED DUSTERS Short length Reg. 8.99........ WINNERS Of THE ICE CAftWVAL ORAW N.LUKE- UHh. A.HCALY- items On Site Fwwn p.m. KRESGE'S WIIMMssr DEAN MARTHA JERRY LEWIS ALSO SHOWING SATURDAY MATINEE AT THE FOLLOWING OflPHQIM TflEATK COL0MI Symphony, Shagnasty and the New York Dolls. The choice is between warm and wild. A busy weekend for Dale Ketcheson, with the folk concert tonight and a recital Sunday .evening at the Library which witt open the exhibition of the paintings and carvings of Ruth and Jim Geerwing. Location is the Theatre Gallery, music includes the work of Bach, Poulenc and Villa-Lobos. Opera your bag? The Cana- dian Opera Company will be here November 5 for the Over- ture Concert Association with La Boheme. And if you want to travel to Calgary for the Southern Alberta Opera Association production of Madama Butterfly Jane Alex- ander is arranging the buses. Contact her at 328-1250. Much fine song at home too. Anne Campbell's second an- nual Three-In-One show at the Yates a week from'Sunday. The Southminster Junior Girl's Choir will be heard in The Snow Wolf, The Teen Clefs in Noah and His Floating Zoo, with the Campbell James Earl Jones (Ch. 13) is worth viewing. Up Canada is back Tuesday aM if the crew has packed in their clip boards it may do better this season. For something first rate, check First Person Singular Wednesday and a tough-first rate TV-movie The Connec- tion Thursday (1 p.m. Ch. green acres drive-in TONIGHT SAT, and SUNDAY Every cop in die state was after het Everybody dse was behind her. Adult-Not Suitable for Children ALSO SHOWING Color "NEWMAN'S LAW" with QcorgePeppard Color Local sponsor, and singers in the rock-cantata of both professional and com- Swingin' Samson, munjty theatre is the Allied Arts Council which is now try- arrange a poetry by Citadel's artistic college cinema ing to reading director John Neville in the public library next week. Neville is one of the finest of Shakespearean actors and his appointment as-artistic direc- tor of Citadel has been acclaimed by Jean Gascon as most major event in Canadian theatrical history since Tyrone Outline came to Stratford." No wages, of course, for the players and crews in com- munity" theatre. The Playgoers production of Arsenic and Old Lace plays Saturday and Sunday evenings at the Yates Centre and it's "all for the love of profits realized will be plough- ed into the next Playgoers production which looks .like Arthur Miller's The Crucible next spring. The Playgoers split engage- ment allows the folk concert our busy Yates. Should be a dandy show with Tom Hudson and Mike Sutherland (Point of Curt Stuckert of the original Sonthlanders, guitarist Dale Ketcheson and percussionist Brad Valgardson and lovely music of the. "folk period" (remember The Limeliters, the Kingston Trio, Bob Dylan, Peter, Paul and and the more recent stuff of Paul Simon, Neil Diamond and Kris Kristofferson. Tough competition for the show tonight is across the city at the Exhibition Pavilion with the Goose Creek Lethbridge and district schools wake up! Theatre Calgary's Travelling Caravan production of Richard III can play here. The show is already booked into Medicine Hat and the Crowsnest Pass, but so far there's been no nibble from here. The production is directed by Harold Baldridge and is a splendid opportunity for students to come to terms with the excitement of Shakespeare. A quick look at movies. Up- town, Saturday Night with Sidney Poitier opens tonight. It picked up the total eleven favorable -reviews from the New York critics. Our Time is teeny-bopper fare, life on a girls' school campus erica 1955. After Mr. Majestyk, will million dollar a movie Charles Branson stick around? Look for early play of his infinitely better Death Wish. Good stuff at the Drive- In with the return of Sugarland Express, a car-cops chase with top performances from Goldie Hawn, William Atherton, Michael Sacks and Ben Johnson. On the same bill, George Peppard as' a framed honest cop in New-. -'man's Law, a topnotch crime mellodrama. For your must- see list next month Harry and Tonto, with Al Carney, Burt Reynolds in Robert Aldrich's The Longest Yard, and a cer- tain love-in to be found in Claudine. On TV. Latch on to the best of the new crop each Monday with Rhoda (Ch. Later the same evening, The Cay with HELD OVER Thru TUES. at and p.mJ Why are they fcTyins IfUheoMtmyncyou should see this year? Ask seen ib f ADULT. NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN CHARLES BRONSON mMAJESTYtT iPG] UnrtBdArtwtu paramount NOW SHOWING at and p.m. Average family income shows 11 per cent rise paramount SATURDAY NUTMEONLY ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. DOORS OPEN AT P.M. OTTAWA (CF) Average family income in 1973 rose by 11 per cent to Statistics Canada reports. The figure for 1972 was The net gain in the total money income of families before taxes and other deduc- tions was. three per cent after rises in the consumer price index are subtracted, the agency said. There was a greater gain for unattached individuals, with a 14 per cent increase in average incomes to from The net gain after cost of living increases are subtracted was six per cent. The agency also reported that the proportion of family units receiving total income of less than fell to 26.2 per cent in 1973 from 30.1 per cent in 1972. 6IBNEYIW1IER fell! CMBY HARRY MEtAFONYE As Geectve Dan FAMILY .......FAMILY '......UPTOWN 6AYURBAYNIC.NY; They get funny when you mess with their money AlsoSarnno HI9WHMN in A Cameo As The Reverend RltHARB RRV9R As Stxro Eye Washington paramount cinema SNOWS Show Times PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects: OP TOWN SATURDAY NK3HT. 7 925 LAST COMPLETE SHOW. 9100 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT SATURDAY MATINEE Short Subjects. 215 JERtCO WONDER CLOWN. 230 ONE COMPLETE SHOW PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short 7 15 915 OUR TIME. 7.45 9.45 LAST COMPLETE SHOW. 915 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA Start Subjects 7H09-00 MR MAJESTYK. 7 15 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9DO ADULT NOT SUITABLE POR CHILDREN OMEEM ACRES DRIVE IN SUGARLAKO EXPRESS NEWMANS LAW 1010 LAST COMPLETE SHOW SflO ADULT I ;