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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Bureaucrats watch play about bureaucrats PORTRAIT COMBINATION PRESENTATION ATTRACTIVELY MOUNTED 4 Custom Size Portraits. Plus only For all booked by Dec. 12th GUARANTEED CHRISTMAS DELIVERY A.E. Cross Studio Same Convenient Location 710-3rdAve.S. 328-0111 328-0222 By JAMES NELSON OTTAWA Bureau- crats of the Canada Council took time off yesterday to watch a play about performed right in the bureaucratic offices that financed the production. The University of Ottawa Drama working with a Horizon's grant from the Canada has been playing The by the Czech author Vaclav in government using government desks and office equipment as the set. First produced in the play deals with the introduc- tion of a new bureaucratic supposed to make administrative processes clearer and more efficient. All it does is totally confuse things until The played by Gilles is ousted by his played by Michael Savic. the jobs are restored to their former and Ptydepe is dropped from official use. James director of English theatre at the Univer- sity of said the group first produced the play on a proper stage and then took it into office settings to see how audiences reacted differently to it when it was seen in familiar surroundings. The production was staged in the 9th floor public informa- tion offices of the Canada and then moved for another showing in the section of the council that processes the million-a-year grants the council makes to the arts and humanities. MORE SCHEDULED It is scheduled to be shown later in the offices of State Secretary Hugh where the Opportunities for Youth and similar govern- ment programs are managed. Part of the Horizons grant went to pay a profes- sional actor attached to the French theatre section of the National Arts who also teaches in the French theatre department of Ottawa IJ. He said it has been 10 years since he has performed in and he jumped at the opportunity to do so. an amateur actor and former student at Ottawa said that with his experience in the production he is think- ing of attempting a professional career in the theatre. About two score Canada Council mostly clerks and typists but with a sprinkling of on the office floor while the play was acted out around them. Plastic balloon toys kits banned OTTAWA The sale of solvent-based toy plastic balloon blowing materials has been banned under provisions of the Hazardous Products Act. The consumer affairs department says in a state- ment that the toys were bann- ed of possible adverse effects upon children from prolonged exposure to vapors released by the putting the plastic on the end of short tubes and children can make balloons. But blowing exposes the child to vapors from the solvents. Prolonged exposure to these as might oc- cur by blowing a large number of can have a depres- sant effect on a Last month the department banned certain toy balloon making kits that contain methyl ethyl another DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 solvent. The department's latest ban came as a result of represen- tations from school police and hospital staffs. Plan benefit concert to aid orchestra WINNIPEG The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra will present a benefit concert Sunday for the Montreal Symphony Orchestra which faces a and is in danger of closing after 44 years. General Manager Leonard Stone said a full house Sunday could realize for the Montreal but the money is not the most impor- tant issue. we're trying to do is alert the rest of the said the Winnipeg orchestra official. cannot allow a major cultural institution in this country to close its SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre Cecil B. DeMille's TEN in in Technicolor. Starring Charlton Heston. December 8 one show only at p.m. FAMILY FORT MACLEO Empress Theatre WARM in color. Starring Sidney Poitier. December 8 show at p.m. FAMILY Starts Sunday UP AND BE in color. Starring Stella Stevens and Jacqueline Bisset December 9 show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre RED in color. Starring Charles Bronson and Ursula Andress Saturday and December 8 and 9. Show time each night at p.m. ADULT PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre in color. Starring Liv Edward Gene Kelly and Binnie Barnes. Saturday December 8 shows at and p.m. FAMILY December 9 only in color starring Burt Lee Marvin and Claudia Cardinale. Sunday show at p m. ADULT TABER Tower Theatre CLASS OF in color starring Gary Grimes and Jerry Hauser. December 8 shows at and p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE CHILDREN TO OUR CONSUMERS we say THANKYOU Your purchases of Fanta Tab and Fresca has been so overwhelming that our supply of returnable bottles is rapidly dis- appearing. To ensure that you have your Christ- mas supply of Tab and we ask you to return your empty bottles. Help yourselves and the ecology Once again thank you for your PURITY BOTTLING Ltd. 2320 9th Ave. N. Phone 328-8691 paramount cinema TONITE thru TUESDAY Last 4 Days THE MOST READ BOOK CAMPUS IS NOW ON RESTRICTED ADULT THE EXPERIMENT Harrad College... where liberated relations between coed students are SHOWING SUNDAY at p.m. ONLY WWOfFAMOUS PLAYERS WttTKlfc ooooo Now on sale at these locations 1. EATON'S MAIN OFFICE-2nd floor 2. 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