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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Leading N.Z. actress will study in Canada Tuttdiy, February 4, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 CRTC chairman defends gov't By J. C. GRAHAM CP Correspondent AUCKLAND, N.Z. (CP) Awarded a national drama bursary, a leading New Zealand actress has elected to study theatre in Canada. The choice of Canada rather than Britain has been cited as an indication in current judgments on where the most interesting initiatives are tak- ing place. Lee Grant is one of New Zealand's most experienced and versatile actresses. She has played many leading roles for the Mercury Theatre in one of the few firmly-established, fully- professional theatre com- panies in New Zealand. Awarded a three- month overseas study bursary by the Queen Elizabeth If Arts Council, Miss Grant has opted to visit Canada later this year, particularly to study develop- ments in Montreal and Quebec. Her choice has brought comment on the standards of Canadian performances of the classics, and on acting, directing and designing talent, and on Canadian radio, televi- sion and film standards. Miss Grant intends to look at the French-language theatre and hopes to study the radio drama production system in Toronto. Born in England, Miss Grant made her professional debut in dancing after win- ning a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Dancing. Then she switched to musical comedy and played in several shows in England. But spinal trouble forced her to give up the stage until some time after the family shifted to Australia. There she spent some time as a cabaret singer on the nightclub circuit. It was as. a singer that she first became known when she moved again to New Zealand. But her engagement for serious acting roles at the Mercury Theatre ushered in a completely different career. The mother of two daughters, Lee Grant has per- formed on radio and television as well as on the stage. She is so vivid a personality and one who puts so much concentrated thought into her work, that her visit to Canada is bound to make an impact on New Zealand theatre on her return. British actor dies "TRY AND STOP US" Coming to 1090 CHEC LONDON (AP) Richard Wattis, 62, the British actor who perfected the art of portraying pompous civil ser- vants, collapsed and died dur- ing the weekend in a London suburban restaurant. Wattis began in movies in 1937. With his supercilious bespectacled face and upper-' class drawl he created a typically English figure of fun in a string of films. He appeared in the movie I Am A Camera which starred Julie Harris and Laurence Harvey. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "BREEZY" starring William Holden Kay Lenz. In color Tuesday, February 4. Show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "CINDERELLA LIBERTY" In color. Tuesday, February 4. Show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. TABER Theatre "DEADLY CHINA.DOLL" starring Angela Mao. In color. Tuesday, Wednesday, Feb. 4, 5. Tuesday shows at 9 p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. 747 JUMBO SIGHTSEEING CRUISER WITH STEWARDESS Elllim Hdlll'ly COll J GlHbll Spwlll. Las Vegas and Palm Springs. 9 days...................................... AS LOW AS FlOridl, DilMy World, D.C. Toiir. Wasninton. DC., Cape Kennedy Space Centre. Cocoa Beach. Fort Lauderdale, Miami Beach, Nassau In the Bahamas. Walt Disney World, Pensacola. San Antonio. El Paso, Juarez, Mexico, Phoenix, Las Vegas. 24 days April 5 AS LOW AS Cllilinil SjKill. San Francisco, Disneyland. San Diego, Tijuana. Palm Springs. 16 days. April? ASLOWASS331 CllifWHil, TIJMM SftClll. (Same as above for the places. 16 days April 19...................................... AS LOW AS III Vlfli SjMCill. 7days.April23........... AS LOW AS KirtKkf Dtrtj NnMlli Spttiil. 20 dip. April 25. AS LOW AS DitNylNd, Sll Sptill. IS Days. April 26. T....r......r..... AS LOW AS DiuqliMl. Sii Ditto. TijiuH. Pita Brand Cwym UtVlfll. 18 days. MayZ AS LOW AS 1 TIJMM SjMCill. 14 days 16 Days. May 3 ClMdlM RMkiM. WHt COHl SpWHI. Banff, "Jasper. Victoria Vancouver. Penticlon. 12daysMay3 ASLOWAS TNT. Peace River. Pacific Coast Cruise. Edmonton, Dawson Creek. Prince George, Prince Rupert. Victoria. Vancouver. 15 days May 5 8 June 7 (includes ship accomodations city tours.) AS LOW AS CnlirBittMMdTNr.4days AS LOW AS TijMM, MMltt SpCM. San Francisco, Grand Canyon, Las Vegas included. 16 days, June? ASLOWAS d, San Diego, Tijuana. Grand Canyon, Las Vegas. 16 days. June 14 June 21 AS LOW AS PMM MW. RKklM PlCfflC CnrtM. Interior B.C., 15 days. June 28. (includes ship accomodations city tours. AS LOW AS SN Mm, TlHtM firud Curpi, Ln VMM. TNT. 16 days. June 28 ASLOWAS "Worlds only Airline on the Ground" NORTHERN BUS TOURS Exotic International Tours ColMgt Mill PhOlM 327-3536, 329-4474 CANADA TRAVEL LETHBRIDGE Phont 329-3336 NEW ROLE VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (AP) David Redman, a husky U.S. Navy chief petty officer, has .been elected president of the local chapter of the National Organization for Women Redman, sporting a button that said "Uppity Women said he was delighed and promised to "work hard" in his new role. He is one of three males in the Virginia Beach group and is believed the first man elected president of a NOW chapter. TORONTO (CP) Pierre Juneau, chairman of the Canadian Radio-Television Commission has criticized any assumption that government intervention in the development of the arts and communications media in Canada inevitably will lead to mediocrity. "In fact, most of the known works of art, painting, architecture, music, ballet, opera, theatre and cinema are the result either of a direct or indirect action by the state or the Mr. Juneau said at a conference here on Cana- dian nationalism sponsored by the University of Toronto. Mr. Juneau, whose agency is responsible for the regula- tion of Canadian content on radio and television programs, criticized persons "who identify the free flow of Show Times Tuesday, February 4 PARAMOUNT THEATRE GONE WITH THE WIND: ONE COMPLETE SHOW: ADULT ENTERTAINMENT WEDNESDAY MATINEE GONE WITH THE WIND: ONE COMPLETE SHOW: ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA ODESSA FILE: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects: BLACK CHRISTMAS: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: RESTRICTED ADULT Space mountain RCA chairman Robert W. Sarnoff, sitting beside the "chauffeur" of a NASA moon rover, is Joined by astronauts (left-right) Gordon Cooper, James Irwin and Scott Carpenter at dedication of the RQA Space Mountain (background) at Disney World in Orlando, Fla. Visitors to the mountain, riding in high speed shuttles, experience free-falling flight through space. Illuminated display Arctic map for colleges OTTAWA (CP) An il- luminated display map show- ing Canada and her six inter- national neighbors at the top of the globe has been built by the government for display in colleges around the world. Depicting transportation routes, resources and prin- cipal geographic .locations, the semi-globe is accom- panied by pictures of life in the Arctic, past and present. A project of the department I Jve Pi zza 329 5th Street S., Phone 329-3434 EVERY Wednesday SPAGHETTI DAY at The PIZZA PLACE Spaghetti Meat Sauce J49 PER ORDER of external affairs and the department of Indian and northern affairs, the display was unveiled at the National Museum of Man here. The exhibit will be on dis- play here for two weeks, and then move to The Netherlands, Britain and Gerv many. Later, it is hoped it will tour most of Europe and perhaps the world, with emphasis on the other Arctic countries involved Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Russia and the U.S. The map shows national and international air routes heading into the Arctic, including the most northerly trans-polar scheduled flights from Anchorage, Alaska, to Oslo. Hubert Schuurman, head of the northern affairs depart- ment group which worked on the project, said the map is as complete as information could be procured for it. The organizers of the exhibit had difficulty getting information and photographs from Russia. Schuurman said the photographs accompanying the map came mostly from free-lance photographers in the northern European countries. The pictures are arranged to show the chronological development of civilization in each of the Arc- tic countries, and parallels among them. "We couldn't always get the photograph we wanted, but we may as we get better material over the years substitute some of Schuurman said. Compared with the Russian part of the display, Canadian Arctic communities are mere- ly hamlets, since the Russian photos show heavy industry and high speed water travel by hydrofoil. Only to get your Season Tickets The series starts Thursday withThe Mm In The Glau Booth ___followed by----- IN CELEBRATION (March 6) GALILEO (March 27] JACQUES BKEL IS ALIVE AND WELL AXD LIVING IN PARIS (May1) THE MAIDS (JuneS) The American Film Thea- tre Season Tickets are still available at the thea- tre box offices. Each film will be shown only two times: a matinee and one evening. Season Tickets Evenings: Matinees. Senior Citizen and Student Mat- Seats are unre- served; however seating is guaranteed. Most ma- jor credit cards accepted. i-----Lonl AFT Tkntfra: PARAMOUNT Individual perform- ance tickets will be available after Season Ticket holders are seated in theatres not sold out by Season Tickets. for Eve- nings. for Mat- inees. for Senior -at Matinees.) information and creative works with the need of in- dustrial enterprise to mass- market their information and entertainment products." "For Mr. Juneau said, "the free flow of infor- mation is not the right to choose among the widest possible diversity of ideas, views and works of their fellow men but the right of a majority of buyers in the market-place to decide what everybody else's choice should be. "It is an amazing indeed appalling sophism to iden- tify the process of informing and entertaining the public with a mass-production and a mass marketing he said. Mr. Juneau said that while mass-market entertainment often is good, "the. idea of assimilating such fundamen- tal democratic principles as free choice, free flow of infor- mation and vital cultural creativity with the practices of mass marketing is a Philistine confusion which historical knowledge and some clarity of thought could easily dissipate." "The responsibility of public authorities is generally to foster an economic framework where not only the strong survive but also the he said. paramount TONIGHT WEDNESDAY ONE COMPLETE SHOW it p.m. Only In new screen splendor...The most iiuignifieent picture ever! ADULT paramount STARTS TOMORROW 2 SHOWS AT P.M. NOTE: FEATURE STARTS AT AND P.M. ONLY for a perfect vacation take... ADULT DAVID O.SEL7NICKS GONE WITH THE WIND CIAMGrABLE VMEN LEIGH LESLIE HOWARD OLMAdeHAVILLAND MATINEE WED. ONLY AT P.M. paramount cinema Meeting Facilities Available For 6 to 350 Contact Our Catering Department AN EVENTFUL SALES MEETING HOLIDAY INN: LETHBRIDGE 421 MAYOR MAGRATH DR. ft 4TH AVE. W CALL: THE MOST ACCOMMODATING PEOPLE IN THE LAST TIMES TONIGHT From ttw tfiiMh There was an organization called ODESSA. This story is based on real incidents. For obvious reasons Harries and places have been changed. at and p.m. If this movie doesn't make your akin crawl... It's or, too tight! lUrrmg OLIVIA HUSSEY KEIR DULLEA MARGOT WOOER .ISO ...vrinn JOHN SAXON ,s U Fuller Warning Extremely Foul Language. MOM pr.iinti tht STANLEY KUMICK MpDUCTION of 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY STAKING KEU DULLEA GARY LOCKWOOD SCREENPLAY STANLEY KUMICK AND AITHUK C ;