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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Broadcasters have 2 worries HALIFAX Broad- asters face two problems in he move to decentrali- of and promo- ion of job enhancement pro- prams for media Lister executive vice- president of the said Tues- day. Speaking to a ervice club luncheon Mr. Sinclair said broadcasters must realize that ALEX HOTEL 322 5 St. S. NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT _____ p.m. to Midnight 1LKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 15th GAME JACKPOT IN 53 NOS. IN 54 NOS. IN 55 NOS. If no bingo called after 48 Numbers we will for BONUS JACKPOT IN 48 NOS. NO ONE UNC2R 14. TEAKS PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment FOR ELKS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY AUG. AUG. TOWN AUG. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre In color. Starring James Coburn. Slim Pickens and Lois Nettleton. Friday and August 17 and 18. Thursday show at p.m. ADULT. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre In color. Starring Charles Bronson and Jack PaJance. Friday and August 17 and 18. Thursday show at p.m. ADULT suitable for children. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre In color. Starring John Wayne. Fri- day and August 17 and 18. Friday show at p.m. FAMILY. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre MAN FROM In TechnicoKir. Star- ring Corinne Fernando Sancho and Robert Camardiel. August show at p m. ADULT. TABER Sky Vue Drive-In Tonight is Bargain Night. per car. In color. Starring Charles Branson and Jack Palance. August 16. Show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre RED In Technicolor. Starring Sean Con- nery and Claudia Cardinale. Thursday and Aug- ust 16 and 17. Thursday shows at and p.m. FAMILY. as a regional has people who think differently in different areas. He said in many cases the media are providing people with information en a natipnal level which many do not want or require. Prairie farmer does not wish to know the various tech- niques of Cod fishing in New- he said. Each region wants to only of itself. It wants to ex- press its views among the popu- but at the same time wants to express its views to other he added. Mr. Sinclair said this is the basic problem facing the which wants to fulfill the needs of each particular region while maintaining a national scope. He said with increased tech- nology the broadcast media will continually update and inform technical personel of the litest developments in television and radio equipment. BEACH CLEANED UP CLAM N.S. About 60 many of them members of the Associ- ation for the Preservation of the Eastern participated ir. a clean-up of the highly-popular beach area here recently. Or- ganizers of the affair said it proved highly successful and a tremendous amount of garbage was removed from the one of the busiest in Nova Scotia. WEST COAST SEAFOODS TRUCKLOAD SALE OF FRESH FISH AND SEAFOODS WILL BE HELD FORT WHOOP-UP SERVICE AUG. 16 and AUG. 17 from II a.m. and 8 p.m. CONCERT CHRISTIAN CHORALAIRES OF COLORADO FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 1614- 5th Avenue South TONIGHT AT P.M. EVERYONE WELCOME ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL presents WEST SIDE STORY DICK August 25 YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE p.m. TICKETS AT LEISTER'S I I I I J Watching the rollout A large crowd watched at the Vehicle Assembly Build- Ing at Cape Kennedy as a Saturn IB rocket on its pedestal was rolled to the launch pad. This rocket will be used for the next Skylab mission or to get the Skylab 2 astronauts if Four Roman plays grouped together OPENING SOON BUT... We have a very special offer for all or future students of any studio an offer of friends and pop- ularity for a very price For those who de- mand the PRIVATE HOURS GROUP HOURS FOR ONLY LIMITED TIME OFFERI '25 3290955 WE PRESENT THREE OF THE GREATEST INSTRUCTORS IN ALBERTA MARG LUKE OUELLETTE ANITA PIGOT CALL TODAY 2-6 P.M. AIR CONDITIONED Hii'iit1 riiMn i cjance 426- 13th St. North FRIDAY Frankly SATURDAY at the 4 at rne A MINERS' i 733 13th St. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONIY 1 STS ONIY A LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY SATURDAY Kootchy and Their Invited By CLIVE BARNES N.Y. Times Drama Critic LONDON A year or so ago Trevor the young artis- tic director of the Royal Shake- speare conceived the idea of staging all of Shakes- peare's Roman plays as a se- if you The decline and fall of the Roman empire. There were perhaps explains why the four Roman plays bad so far as is been staged as a series before. They are unlike the Shakespearean histor i e s which have an obvious homo- geneity if only by showing a Tudor eyed view of English history. The Roman plays were written at different times. for exam' is an early play. Even its authorship is often disputed and it shows no particular view of Roman apart from that .concept commonly held by Eli- zabethans and all Rennaissance that Rome was the mirror of the world and reflected all society. first in Stratford on Avon last and this year at the Aldwych Theatre in the Royal Shakespeare Com- ply has been extremely suc- cessful in presenting this new tetralogy. The plays do work they do add to one and all in all this cycle Ro- is a most impressive achievement. The will run until next and I re- commend the complete cycle to London visitors. It is an im- pressive demonstration of what can. be achieved by a single- minded national company. Now for one or two slight caveats. Although I saw Cor' Julius Caesar and An- thony and Cleopatra last sea- son at I have not seen them this season in Lon- don. Most of the casts remain unchanged although N i c o 1 Williamson is a newcomer in the title-role of Coriolanus but it could be the productions will not lock so scenically im- pressive in London. because Nunn has had to withdraw for a. time from his rehearsal schedule through COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Public Skating and Museum Schedule FACILITY Aug. Aug. 17 Aug. 11 Aug. Aufl. 20 FRITZ SICK Swim 12-1 p.m. Public Swim 1-5 p.m. and 8-10 Swim 12-1 p.m. Public Swim 1-5 p.m. and 8-10 Swim 1-5 Swim 1-5 p.m. Family 'Swim 6-8 FOR MAINTENANCE LIONS Swim p.m. and 9 Swim p.m. and 9 Swim 1-5 p.m. and 6-9 Swim 1 5 p.m. and 6-9 Swim p.m. and 9 p.m. HENDERSON Swim 11 a.m.-9 Swim 11 a.m.-9 Swim 11 o.m.-9 Swim 1 9 Swim 1-9 p.m. HENDERSON PARK ICt Skating 10 p.m. SIR ALEXANDER 9 p.m. physical the Corio- lanus production will not now be brought into the repetory until so visitors will not have the opportunity to view the complete cycle until then. Titus which was premiered in Stratford last Oc- was the one play of the series I had earlier and I was delighted to catch up with it. It is a very bad play any- one can see that but it is that rare a bad play of genius. The story would make Boris Karloff blanch and Bela Lugosi give blood. There are ritual hands cut a tongue torn and a mother served with her sons as dish of the day in a presumably tasty pie. If this is Roman no won- der the Vandals won. It is the Elizabethan revenge play gone mad Queen of the first seeks revenge on Titus Romes revered and that bloodily accomplish- Titus seeks revenge on her. Yet the blood and the car- riduculous in some ways as it does have some kind of grotesque sense of the tragic to it. And in the char- acter of Aaron the a grin- ning villian motivated by hard- ly anything but a maliciously antic spirit of pure there can be seen the germs of such Shakespearean villians as lach- imo of lago. Nunn's staging very sensibly stresses the ritual aspect of the tragedy and also the bloodiness of its although with rather less relish than did the famous Peter Brook staging for Laurence Olivier which caused a sensation in 1955. The stage here is dominated by Colin Blakely's bluff and tortured Titus. Yet John Wood is also fine as the proud and ungrateful and Judy Geeson makes a touching figure as the raped and mutilated to encom- pass the ends of revenge. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT of One Complete Show Family PARAMOUNT CINEMA Two Complete Shows No Short Subjects Family COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects Garret and Billy the Last Complete Show Restricted Adult GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Fingers of One Complete Show CALGARY Rainfall over most of the province last week eased the dry conditions that bad already damaged some crops in southern Al- the Alberta Wheat Pool reported today. The only add- ed to the excess moisture al- ready pressnt in crops in cen- tral and northern the pool said. Some areas received up to six inches of rain during the week. There were numerous re- ports from central and northern districts that rain and wind flattened and lodged many crops. most central and north- ern dry weather s now necessary to hasten ma- the Pool said. The Peace River region was tie only area to report Ettle rain during the week and some areas needed more moisture. Distorts in the Peace and and Meclicine Hat-Lethbridge areas were nearing completion of combining of fall rye and winter wheat. Augutl 1973 THE LETHBKIDGf HHCA10 Rain eases south crop conditions Harvesting throughout south- ern Alberta was expected to lie in full operation within a week to 10 days. The Pool said rainfall In the central and northern districts delayed the harvest but they expected swathing to begin within 10 days to two weeks. The crop condition indicw were reported slightly lower than last year at this time. Wheat was 87 per cent of nor- 91 per barley 88 per flaxseed 84 per rye 85 per cent and rape- seed 90 per cent. LIKE TOURS OTTAWA Suzanne Rheaume and Chantel Ville- maire are bilingual tourist guides or the Ottawa-Carleton Regional Transit system's Ot- tawa tour-ia fact that surprises and pleases Quebec tourists. French-Canadians really appreciate being able to take a tour in says atmosphere on their tours is so sing songs like college cinema NOW SHOWING At RESTRICTED ADULT VIOLENCE MAY BE OBJECTIONABLE TO SOME Starring JAMES COBURH KRIS KRISTOFFERSOH BOB DYLAN METROCOLOR paramount cinema NOW SHOWING At and p.m. rTh8 ADVENTURE of 'Lost Horizon' Is as breathless as It is Columbia Pictures hif I vricfi ftv Lyrics by BUKTBACHARACH WLDAVTD MATINEE SATURDAY AT P.M. FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT green acres drive-in TONITE THRU SATURDAY r. ft Count 327-1100 Just a person who protects children and other living things BILLY JACK ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN JOM LAUGHLIN DELORES TAYLOR HIT FINGERS OF NO. 2 IN COLOR Gates Open p.m. One complete show p.m. THANKS LETHBRIDGE WE HOLD OVER TSLL SAT. SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2 P.M. EVENINGS ONE SHOW 8 P.M. ROWERS- HAMMERSTEINVj KBOrrwisr. n-wisr. FAMILY Air Conditioned Comfortable and Cool ;