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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta tolurday, AuflUit I, 1970 THS LETHBR1DGE HERAID 7 Theatre Company Drops Nude Show TORONTO (CP) A spokes- man for Famous Players said today that Oh! the New York nude revue of elegant erotica, will not be shown in any of its Canadian theatres Sept. 28 as had been previously announced. "Due to circumstances be- yond our control, it will not be shown in any Canadian Famous that the spokesman said. He declined to elaborate or say whether a new date has been set but a com- pany statement is expecetd soon. MR. H. W. MATHESON Will be in Lelhbridg. EATON'S HEARING AID CENTRE Stereo Room 2nd Floor THURSDAY, AUG. 6th to p.m. Invites you to on honest ap- pralial of your hearing ef- ficiency. Ask about the "UNITRON PETITE" That received the 'Award of Excellence' by the Federal De- partment of Industry and the National Design Council. Make Your Appointment By Phoning 327-8551 Eaton's qualified audiometrist The theatre chain announced July 24 that Oh! Calcutta! would be broadcast simultane- ously on closed circuit television in three Toronto theatres and in eight other Canadian cities. The controversial show is de- scribed by its creator, Kenneth Tynan, 43, the literary manager of the National Theatre in Brit- ain, as "tasteful pornography for the thinking voyeur." Inspector Wilson of To- ronto's Morality Squad said at the time the Canadian showings were announced that even though the show would be on closed-circuit TV, it falls within the Criminal Code as long as it is open to the public. But any action would have to wait until the police see the program, he said. Prices for the showing in To- ronto ranged from to Flat-Chesled Waitress Complains SYHACUSE, N.Y. (AP) A 20-year-old girl who worked as a cocktail waitress in a special "fox" costume con- tends she was fired because the boss considered her too flat-chested. Mary Chamberlain, 20, of Syracuse, has filed a com- plaint with the state human rights division on the basis of sex discrimination. If there were male waiters involved, she wrote, "I do not believe the chest size" would count. The restaurant makes a practice of employing well-de- V e 1 o p e d young women ss cocktail waitresses and call- ing them "the. little foxes." The girls wear abbreviated, fur-trimmed costumes, with fox-like tails and ears. ORCHESTRA CONDUCTOR DIES Sir John Barbi- rolli, 70, internationally known British orchestra conductor who died in London, is shown the day before as he re- hearsed the New Philharmonic Orchestra in the British capital. He had been preparing to take the 110-piece orchestra on August 3 to Japan as part of Britain's con- tribution to Expo 70 in Osaka. ______ Fat Men Faster Than Leans In Getting Sivacked TORONTO (CP) A To- ronto scientist says fat men are fastre than lean ones in at The Food's Great! Eat Out Often At The El Raneho SUNDAY BRUNCH SundaY Buffet SERVED 11 A.M. to 2 P.M. Served in The Dining Room or Coffee Shop 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Choice of lulce Hot cokes, Horn, Sausage! or Bacon and beverage. Junior Unditr 12 FEATURING: Prime Ribs of Alberta Beef, Famous Curried Dishes, Jellied Salads, Rel- 900 Adulls 1 "35 ishes ond many other taste treats to delight your palate. DURING THE WEEK ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS DAILY LUNCHEON BUFFET SERVED 12 TO 2 P.M. DAILY FEATURING: Prime Rib Smorgasbord ONLY......................... Book Your Christmas Party Now To Avoid Disappointment! Mayor Mograth Drive S. Phone 327-5701 least one drunk. The same amount of liquor has more effect on a fat man than on one whose weight is the same but composed largely of muscle, says Dr. Harold Kalant, director of re- search at the Addiction Re- search Foundation here. He says the interim report of the Le Dain commission on the non-medical use of drugs was "quite wrong" in saying a fat man stays sober longer because alcohol temporarily diffuses into fat tissue. In an interview Thursday, Dr. Kalant said alcohol is highly soluble in water, and since the muscular man has more of his weight composed of water the alcohol he drinks is better distributed. In a fat man the alcohol is loss diluted, so he would have a higher blood-alcohol rate and become more intoxicated on the same amount Of alco- hol. Dr. Kalant said he will present a research paper on alcohol distribution in the body Le Bain commis- sion. Southern Alberta Auto Racers In Conjunction with EMERSON MOTORS LTD. 817 4th Ave. S. PONTIAC BUICK AGENCY A W DRIVE-INS "HOME OF THE BURGER FAMILY AND CHUBBY CHICKEN" 3 LOCATIONS: SHOPPER'S WORLD AND AT 3rd AVE. AND SCENIC DRIVE MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE STOCK CAR BONANZA DAZE SUNDAY AND MONDAY AUGUST 2nd and 3rd TIME TRIALS AT P.M. RACING AT P.M. Lethbridge Exhibition Speedway 35 Out-Of-Town Entries Confirmed From Kalispell, Colombia Falls, Missoula, Calgary, Edmonton and Brooks. Climaxed With A 40-Lap Main Event. 18 RACES EACH NIGHT Total Of Over 100 Cars Competing For Prize Money And 21 Trophies. 1 DAY ADMISSION Adults 1.75 Students 1.25 Children 25c 2 DAY ADMISSION Adults 3.00 Students 2.00 Children.......... 50c Presented By Southern Alberta Auto Racers "ROARING INTO THE 70s" Change Of Pace At Stratford This assessment of the three recent productions at tlie Stratford, Out., Festival was written by an Associated Press drama critic who vis- ited Stratford. By WIUJAM GLOVER STRATFORD, Ont. (AP) The comments range from querulous to quizzical, from qualified assent to quick Visitors to the Stratford Festi- val are quite obviously finding Phase II of the seasoi. J drama display a real change of pace. Which of course is just what the planners intended. And in the process the-noted company has brought off some of the most brilliantly stimulating produc- tions in its career. Man's infinite capacity for discontent runs as a unifying theme through the three iJays recently inserted into the rotat- ing repertory. But in content they are widely separated, ranging from Shakespeare's in- frequently performed Cymbe- line through Arrabefe contem- [rarary The Architect arid the Emperor of Assyria and Arnold Wesker's latest, The Friends. Their contrast, to the three earlier Mer- chant of Venice, The School for Scandal and Hedda the difference between expertly staged unconventionally and accomplished repeat of over-fa- miliar standards In his gamble on neglected Cymbeline, artistic director Jean Gascon has come up with a production that deserves No. 1 spot for inventive magic and popular appeal. He feels the play is the most personally rev- elatory in all of Shakespeare. As one local student observed, the plot contains scraps of just about everything from King Lear ot Titus Andronicus via The Comedy of Errors. Gascon sets it all at a fairy- tale level at marked variance with the way it has been seen by this persistent aislesitter in the past. The performing standouts in- clude Robin Gammcll's clown- ish princeling, Leo Ciceri's per- fumed villaiiy Maureen 0 'B r i e n, whose Imogen of mildly amused bewilderment holds the whole mad adventure in focus. Almost as intricately struc- tured is Spanish author Arra- bel's wild romp through what ho likes to call "theatre panique." There arc only two performers, Roger Blay and Jarnold Sobol- off, but together they snatch at 42 characterizations on a desert island of sandy reeds and plas- PAnAMOUNT THEATRE Saturday, Monday "Woodstock Festival" Last Complete Show is: 15 PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Saturday, Monday "Hello Dolly" Complete Shows COLLEGE MALL CINEMA Saturday "Darling Lili" Last Complete Show Monday "Darling Lili" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Saturday "Tarzan and Jungle Boy" "Once Upon A Time in The West" One Complete Show Monday "Parent Trap" "Disorderly One Complete Show PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CiTY OF LETHBRIDGE Public Swimming instruction SESSION IV CHILDREN'S MORNING CLASSES There are several vacancies remaining In Session IV (Aug. lOth Aug. 21st, 1970) of the Children's Morning Swimming Classes at the Fritz Sick and Lions Swimming Pools. (The Henderson Pool has been filled to capacity.) Anyone Interested may register from now through Aug. 5th, 1970, at the pool of their choice during public swimming hours. Registration Fees are os follows! Beginner! and Juniors........ per child Intermediate, Senior and Survival Swimming per child Far further information contact Mr. Tom Hudson at the Parks and Recreation Department, 328-2341, Local 236. SOUTHERN ALBERtA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "TRUE GRIT" in color, starring Academy Award winner John Wayne, Glen Campbell and Kim Darby. Saturday, August 1. Shows at and p.m. Family. Monday, 'Tuesday and Wednesday, August 3, 4 and 5. "NORTH TO ALASKA" In color. Starring John Wayne, Capucine and Stewart Granger. Monday show at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE SHOES OF THE FISHERMAN" In color. Starring 2-time Academy Award winner. Anthony Quinn, David Janssen and Oskar Werner. Saturday, August 1. Shows at and p.m. Family. Special Holiday Midnight Preview. Sunday, August 2 at a.m. "TORTURE GARDEN" In color. Starring Beverly Adams and Jack Palance. Adult. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, August 3, 4' and 5. "GRAND PRIX" In color. Starring James Garner and Eva Marie Saint. Monday show at p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THE SHOES OF THE FISHERMAN" In color. Starring Anthony Quinn, David Janssen and Vitlorio De Sica. Saturday, August 1. Show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "BANDOLERO" In color. Starring Dean Martin, Raquel Welch and James Stewart. Saturday and Sunday, August 1 and 2. Show each night at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE 5-MAN ARMY" In Metrocolor. Starring Peter Graves, James Daly and Bud Spencer. Saturday, August 1. Shows at and p.m. Adult. Monday and Tuesday, August 3 and 4. "CHANGE OF MIND" In color. Starring Raymond St. Jacques, Susan Oliver and Lesiie Nielsen. Monday show at p.m. Adult. TABER Sky Vue Drive-In "THE BIGGEST BUNDLE OF THEM ALL" In color. Starring Robert Wagner, Raquel Welch and Edward G. Robinson. Saturday, August 1. Show starts at dusk. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre Walt Disney's "101 DALMATIONS" In color. Plus "DISNEYLAND AFTER DARK" In color. Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, August 1, 3 and 4. Saturday shows at and p.m. Monday shows at and p.m. Special Midnight Preview. Sunday Midnight, August 2 at a.m. "PSYCHO-CIRCUS" In color. Starring Clirislopher Lee. rnort out of Toko family lo o [tic gimmickries. Clialtio Sala- man has directed with rnunchv vigor. The Friends, far different in mood, is a transitional drama for Wesker, expressing disillu- sion with the working-class ide- alism and the "sweet-mouted grubbiness" ol youth that has streaked his previous work. Strangely, the play develops with deatchment and even philo- sophical mirth. Although flawed with uncertain discursiveness, the work is his most mature and meatiest. Six Britons who have triumphed over lower-class ori- gins and attained success in swinging London are brought to- gether in a symbolic living room to expose their inner ulti- mate longings and emptiness. One, the leader, is dying, and their desultory, Semitic media- tions turn into a threnody tinged with that ccloplasniic suspense so often employed by Harold Pinter. Among the performers, Kata Reid and Dolores Sutlon are not- able, with Salem Luilwig as an outsider who observes the cen- tral consortium with ironic com- passion. Festival officials regard tho gamut of reactions lo tliis sum- mer's expanded drama series with the calm of men whose predictions of box-office brisk- ness are being reasonably well met. At the Festival Theatre, attendance is a bit above the 80 pel' cent projected in the budget, at the smaller where Arrabel and Wesker arc the 70 per cent anticipation. MOVIE GUIDE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PHPNE 327-5100 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. 2 SHOWS DAILY AND P.M. FAMILY HELLO, DOILY! AT POPULAR PUKES I TODAY I THRU THURS. NOW SHOWING CONTINUOUS MONDAY-FIRST SHOW P.M. TUESDAY 2 SHOWS AT AND 8 P.M. ONLY lia D wadleigh-mourice, lid production wirner bros. NOW SHOWING OLLEGE INEMA COLLEGE MALL 328-6300 THE SURPRISE PICTURE OP THE YEAR! A SHEER DELIGHT FROM START TO FINISH WITH WORLD WAR ONE AS THE BACKGROUND FOR JULIE ANDREWS AND SUAVE ROCK HUDSON DONT MISS ITU ADULT 3 SHOWS MONDAY MS AND P.M. PHOM 71100 ItDllfE.III KEEN ACRES DKIVE-IH UNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY j LAST TIME TONIGHT "Once Upon A Time In The In Color HENRY FONDA "Tarzan and The Jungle Boy" In Color MONDAY and TUESDAY FOR THIS ATTRACTION-KIDS 50c FAM1LY WACTWSNEV fAM1LY HAYLEYMILLS-HAYLEY MILLS HIT t "DISORDERLY ORDERLY7 NO. 2 'f JERKY IEWIS ;