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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, October 26, 1974 Increased provincial, local funds West artistic activities to get financial boost By JAMES NELSON REGINA (CP) The Canada Council completes a five-day tour of Manitoba and Saskatchewan today, confi- dent that a renaissance of ar- tistic activity on the Prairies is about to start with increas- ed provincial and local funds. The council, headed by Andre Fortier and Brian Flemmmg of Halifax, held meetings in Winnipeg and Regina with provincial government officials. It also held meetings with artists. The meetings with provin- cial officials were private, but a senior council official said members were encouraged by the evidence that the govern- ments of both Manitoba and Saskatchewan are willing to support the arts with more money during the next few years. The Council itself pours about million a year of federal funds into the arts, and a similar amount into research into humanities and social sciences. But in the include music, drama, painting, sculpture and council has found local and provincial help has been declining in relative terms. Fortier recently warned that an increase in artistic ac- tivity, with help from Canada Council grants, will mean more money will be needed in the years between now and 1980. He has urged private sup- porters to increase contributions to the arts. Christmas In Hawaii S555 >_u PtrPwrsoN (Based on Sharing Twin Bedroom) Transportation Via Western Airlines Accommodation in TRAVELODGE at Waikiki Transfers, etc. Depart from Calgary Doc. Return to Calgary Jan. 1, 1979 FOR INFORMATION CONTACT THOMAS 309 -5th Street South Lethbridge, Phone 329-3336 MASONIC BANQUET AND BALL WILL BE HELD IN THE SCARLET ROOM SVEN ERICKSEN'S FAMILY RESTAURANT SATURDAY, NOVEMBER For Details and Tickets Please Call North Star K. Powell 328-5160 Lethbridge W. Lloyd 327-5781 Days 752-2057 Evenings Charity N. Hryvnak 328-4838 York G. Lind 329-3504 15 for FREE BROCHURE call Your Travel Agent or: .Call Operator (no charge) Ask for Zenith 06061 207 Kresgt Bldg., Edmonton. Aioerta A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL 6055thAVE.S. PHONE 328-7921 or 328-1181 P. LAWSON TRAVEL MARQUIS HOTEL BLDG. PHONE 328-3000 WHAT'S HAPPENING THIS WEEK AT The University 01 Lethbridge Monday, Oct. 28 Geography Dept Lecture "Rural Life and Political Development in Zambia" by Dr. Colin Thorn, U of Montana. Lecture Theatre E-690. 12 p.m. "Proceeeee in the Development of Stony Earth Circles near Schefferville, Quebec" Dr. Colin Thorn, U of Montana. B 780. 3 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 30 Film: Tom Jones E-690 Academic Residence Bldg. p.m. Pronghorn Hockey U of L vs Mount Royal College Henderson Park Ice Centre 8 p.m. Thursday, OcL 31 Biology 3500 Seminar Dr. Mike Hannah, Agricultural Research Station. "The Joy of Plant Breeding" C 674 Academic Residence Bldg. p.m. Friday, Nov. 1 Play Medieval Morality Play performed by Readers Theatre Company Drama Studio, Phys. Ed. Rne Arts Bldg. p.m. Pronghorn Hockey U of Lvs Olds College Henderson Park ice Centre p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2 Pronghorn Hockey U of Lvs Olds College Henderson Park Ice Centre p.m. "Everyman" Lethbridge Public Library p.m For further Information on any of the above, contact Information Services at 329-2582. Tickets available at TREASURY BRANCHES BANKS TRUST COMPANIES AND LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS I5DOOO IN PRIZES J975TIEUX CANADA GAMES -LOTTERY FIRST IARLY BIRD WINNING NUMBERS A-490601 wins cash Sold by the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce in Lake Louise. A-117277 wins a Funseekers Trip for two to Hawaii Sold by Hie Rotary Club of Coaldale The winner was Doug Fujita of Coaldale. A-126086 wins a Toyota Car Sold by the Rotary Club of Westlock iiinmiin H7i In Saskatchewan, particu- larly, this plea has so far fallen on seemingly deaf earj. While there are corporations here that can afford major contributions to the arts, and do to some extent support sports activities, none of them attended a recent conference sponsored by the council to en- courage business assistance to the arts. On the other hand, Saskatchewan was the first province to set tip an arts council to distribute provin- cial funds to artistic endeavors." The Saskatche- wan Arts Council now sup- ports many' in- stitutions on a matching-grant basis with funds from Ottawa. The Canada council pitch has been made to municipal governments as well as to the provinces. In Winnipeg, the local council has earmarked a year for the five major local arts or- each to the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, the Manitoba Theatre Centre, the local art galleries, museum and symphony. But this amount has not changed for many years. One of the results of the tour may be that 'the Canada Council will establish a more direct line of communication with these Prairie communities, to tap their resources and see that arts activities in the big cities are fed into the national circuit. New look Singer and former tele- vision actor David Gas- sidy has changed his hair style. At right, he Is shown as he looked when he was a leading character in the television series "The Partridge Family." At left, he is shown as he appear- ?J recently at the King of Pop awards in Melbourne, Australia. TANTI GODDESS OF FERTILITY The cargo of an ancient Phoenician merchant ship sunk some years ago, found north of the Israeli coast city of Haifa, sheds light on the only known female dei- ty of the Phoenician 1974 CLEARANCE ON ALL NEW and RENTAL SKIPPERS ON RIGHT NOW Rolling along the Highway, on a bicycle built for two, was a way of life with Grandma, but is not the way for you. Get yourself a Skipper, built both strong true, you can get the one you need at your Friendly, Trailer Lou's! Trailer Lou has a Deal tor You at TRAVEL CRAFT SWISS RENTALS 1503-3rdAve. South Phone 327-4064 CANADIAN SHORT STORY MAGAZME 518 26 Street South Lethbridge 329-0493 Starts January, 1975 Subscription: for 1975 Name.................................................... Address REX HARRISON Life story of actor published LONDON (Reuter) British actor Rex Harrison's greatest acting achievement was not on stage or in a film studio, a new book reveals. It was in real life, during his marriage to actress Kay Ken- dall, who died from leukemia 15 years ago. For more than two years he knew that Kay his third wife was dying, but her doc- tor had warned him that she must not be told. So he kept the secret, mask- ing his true feelings in the hope that she would not suspect the truth. Harrison relates this in his autobiography, Rex, published today. The story inspired author Sir Terence Rattigan to write the play In Praise of Love. And next month, Harrison will star in it in Washington before bringing it to New York. Harrison's book tells of the whirlwind romance Out led to his marriage to Miss Kendall. Her vitality and magical joy in living "infected me as nothing had ever done be recalls. In New York, both of them went into a clinic for check ups, she because she was suf- fering from headaches and lassitude, be because be was tired after nearly a year's run as Biggins in My Fair Lady. Harrison later teamed of his fiancee's fatal illness. After their marriage, Harrison faced two years that were to be "without doubt the worst and yet the best years of my life." Offshore gas find reported ST. John's, Nfld. (CP) An exploration company has found a second deposit of natural gas off the Labrador coast, Energy Minister Leo Barry said late Thursday. Mr. Barry said Eastcan Ex- ploration Ltd. of Calgary found the snowed a rate of flow of 13 million cubic feet a an un- dersea test bole SO miles east of Makkxmk, abort 600 miles north SL John's. "ZORBA" THE GREEK FRIDAY, NOV. 15 to SATURDAY, NOV. 30 YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Directed by DICK MELLS Choreography MURIEL JOLLIFFE BOX OFFICE OPENS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24th at the YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Daily a.m. to Telephone 327-7055 ft Night (under 18) November 14th PLEASE BOOK NOW1 NO SUNDAY OR MONDAY PERFORMANCES! NIGHTLY at P.M. AN OUTSTANDING MUSICAL SHOW! Organ Recital Dirk Jansz Zwart off Rotterdam Holland 306 Lethbridge Organ Centre RKitil will be Md Novmbtr 830 to SOUTHMINSTER UNITED CHURCH 10114fiAm Sewn Tfckata AvaftaMo at LETHBR1DGE ORGAN CENTRE 9th St 8. or at the door ;