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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-Monday, August Polished Fiddler tops Banff season BANFF tCP) A polished colorful and moving production of the heartwarming Broadway show Fiddler on the Roof closed the 17 day Festival of the Arts Saturday Produced bv the musical theatre division of the Banff Centre school of fine arts using senior students and some professionals the show night drew a standing ovation Alexander veteran Canadian opera baritone now teaching here and in Calgarv was robust in the leading role of the dairvman of a small Russian village in 1905 on the eve of the Revolution An orthodox Jew Tevve >ees his three daughters against his wishes but with his grudginglv for the third daughter who marries outside the Jewish faith In the end the Jews are expelled from the village some going to Je rusalem some to western Eu rope and mans to America Mr Grav had the best re- membered songs in the Sunrise Sunset If I A Rich Man and Little Chavalah Fave Cohen of Calgary plaved Tevve s wife Golde and Sherry Prusznowski of Toronto was strong in the role of Yente the matchmaker The three daughters were played bv Mary Lou Basaraba of Montreal Gisele Casavant of Vancouver and Tom Jammotta of Los Angeles PLAYS TAILOR The other leading male roles were taken bv Nicholas Rice of Vancouver as the tailor Ernest Atkinson of Calgary as the revolutionary student and Kenneth Noster of Derwent as the butcher The production had a cast of 50 with another 34 working backstage and 18 musicians in the orchestra pit It is the box- office hit of the festival draw ing full houses in the 1 000-seat Eric Harvie Theatre on the Banff centre campus The production was also a workout tor the theatre itself, showing it to be a well- equipped house surpassing professional theatres LADIES'CORDUROY SLIMS GIRLS'POLYESTER PULL-ON PANTS GIRLS' T-SHIRTS GIRLS' PULLOVERS Kresge Special Long b p int tops i t a> i Fei L, es f i o[ e i k if ab e n three nt, k re y es and pockets and wi s A f issoaed cc o S zes S M L navy bzt r H s ue avi b e AO sty ts Basebal K A pea U ck nsf n and nils eeves or tu Me neck s v e w th ong s e raDle ont Both sty PS n an xce, lent rho ce o ro ort> u a pr Long s polyester ro o t Pi is M e 'u t isi c wa stband bh rt s ava lTDle n a e y of iioa r r cho ce of co o s patte ns and bty es S 2Gb d co o or rfcqi i c t, S 14 8 l-l BOYS9 DENIM JEANS Our I st pr ce 9 95 a pr ONE TOUCH PHOTO ALBUM Our list price 2 98 Ea oz blue den m jeans rn 7pper fly r ser back and belt looos 8 18 B page album comes n a v inely ol des gns and colors Approx 8 11 ASSORTED Select on nctudes ch i K l nc reels mac; et eed screwrtr verb h saw b! ides sanding discs nui in bolt assortment etc SWEET DREAMS COME NATURALLY WITH THIS COLLECTION OF SLEEPWEAR Your choice of baby doll or short gown styles made o! easy care acetate Ml styles have leminine lace appliques and embroi dered trims Avaihble in assorted color prints S M L Our list price 2 98 Ea Kresge Special 2 33 Ea JR. 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Downtown, Lethbridge Keeping busy James Kingston, 82, works on a painting at his son's home in Kitchener, Ont, while his granddaughter watches Mr Kingston emigrated to Canada from Pakistan four years ago and took up painting to pass the time after retinng from designing custom-made shoes Censors follow guidelines EDMONTON (CP) Times have changed since the days when Alberta s first film cen sor Capt Robert Pearson sliced scenes from movies practically on individual whim Two members of the cur- rent three-man Alberta Cen- sor Board Jerry Ezekiel and 0 G Hooper, say they follow definite guidelines and ignore pressure groups We re influenced only by the product itself said Mr Ezekiel "It's not enough for one person to get upset But it was enough for Capt Pearson who once cut a gory scene from a gangster movie after receiving a frantic call from an excited theatre man ager A woman had become so upset that before she had been able to make the ladies room she had lost her dinner on the new carpet he wrote in an article shortly after his retirement in 1945 I made the decision in the projection room, not so much with the motive of helping the woman as protecting the theatre carpet Capt Pearson said about 150 movies from all countries were rejected in the first six years of the talkies In 1972 131 eliminations were made in 44 films shown in Alberta Last year, 102 scenes were cut from 28 films and 11 films were completely banned Each was a pointless ex- ploitation of violence sadism, cruelty sex crude language or a combination of these things Mr Hooper ex- plained Certain of these films might also prove highly objectionable to various reli- gious and ethnic groups in the community Capt Pearson wrote that it was unwise to allow more than one or two "rough ex pressions" in a movie Once he cut these phrases from a movie If you had the guts I've known you since you were a pot-bellied rat You evil- smelling rat You dirty stinker, I wish you had choked on your own diaper Today we realize that all films have some dialogue that may be objectionable to Mr Ezekiel said, "but since the advent of the restricted adult ratings, we've been allowed a freer hand He said there is a trend to- ward realistic portrayal which audiences accept With the use of warnings about lan- guage or violence through ad- vertising, people are given a choice to become their own censors TV highlights MONDAY SPORTS Baseball, pm, Ch 9 The Philadelphia Phillies meet the Reds at Cincinnati Live SPORTS. NFL Football, 7 p m., Ch 11. The Minnesota Vikings vs the Dolphins in an exhibition game at Miam s Orange Bowl Live SPORTS CFL Football, 8 p m., Ch 7 The Ottawa Rough Riders take on the Eskimos in Edmonton Live MOVIE DRAMA: Brink of Life, 12 midnight, Ch 7 Ingmar Bergman explores the lives of three women in a maternity ward Ingnd Thulm Eva Dahlbeck Bibi Anderson 1958 1 hr 25 mm TUESDAY MOVIE DRAMA. The Valiant, 1 p.m Ch 13 Did the Italian frogmen plant a destructive charge beneath the battleship Valiant9 John Mills, Robert Shaw Ettore Manni 1962 90 mm PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programt art listed by the Radio and Stations. Any variation in program schedule It due to last-minutt changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald CHEC 1090 h 009 00 Bam b aO Farm News 7 40 News Weather Sports 9 12 00 ttaih Hild 9 00 Checlme 12 00 3 00 Renmck 12 30 Sports 1 00 Grim Pricts and all of tht I and i 00 00 Jdtk Vufild 5 20 News Sports 7 ltd 12 00 Piul Tissiu 12 006 00 Mark Campbtll News is 20 nun to tin hour 20 after Bob Hesktth 8 10 11 2i 1 2o md CJOC 1220 I h MI 1 ill Show i 1 Sports i >0 I ixdi 1 H 111 >l lilt Ml It) i V u in 1 di mi I h (HI Id it V u II K Ilk, I (H) HI 1 Vus thru p ii KIML Midnight nn 1 1 b t 00 'I 00 i in Don i tun md 1 m 'I 00 i m 00 p in OIK it s ir >usiJ 001 00 p m I) n Me Mister M (10 MidniLlil m Mnml I IKS thru lulu i knit. 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