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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, February 10, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Asian detective program withdrawn NEW YORK (AP) Five hours before it was to be aired Friday night, the scheduled premier show of a new CBS- TV series called was withdrawn by the network and replaced by another episode. A CBS spokesman said the switch was ordered because network executives felt a different episode would prove Show Times PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Island at Top ot Last Complete (FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT) PARAMOUNT CINEMA Space Last Complete (ADULT ENTERTAINMENT) COLLEGE CINEMA Deadly China The Last Complete (RESTRICTED ADULT) R.A. HQSACK Certified Dental Mechanic DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Suite 8 304 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbridge a "stronger show" for the start of the series. The series concerns the ac- tivities of what CBS describes as "a wily Asian private investigator" in San Fran- cisco's Chinatown. NEW YORK (AP) An ABC TV official said Friday that the network had not applied pressure on the producer of a special about billionaire Howard Hughes to remove a critical segment. The ABC version of the dele- tion confirms statements by the independent producer, Ron Lyon. Noting that he had produced the show .for 20th Century Fox, Lyon said that it was the film company's insurer, Pacific Indemnity, that found parts of the interview poten- tially libelous. Rather than delete parts of the interview and thus remove its context and emphasis, Lyon said he chose to delete the whole interview. COLLISION KILLS EIGHT LAHORE (Reuter) At least eight persons were killed and about 100 injured Sunday in a head-on collision between two crowded buses on a highway near Okara, 80 miles south of this Pakistani town. Both drivers were reported among the dead. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE PAPER CHASE" starring Timothy Bottoms, Lindsay Wagner John Houseman. In color. Mon- day, Tuesday, Wednesday, February 10, 11, 12. Monday shows at p.m. ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE GIRL FROM PERTOVKA" starring Goldte Hawn Hal Holbrook. In color. Monday, Tuesday, Wed- nesday February 10, 11, 12. Monday show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. TABER Tower Theatre "THE OUTFIT" starring Karen Black. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, February 10, 11, 12. Monday shows at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. 747 JUMBO SIGHTSEEING CRUISER WITH STEWARDESS ElSUrn Holiliy Boll 4 Oimllll SpKill. Las Vegas and Palm Sprl 9days ASLOWAS 'ings. 204 Floridl. OiSlffly Wort! D.C. TOUr. Washinton, D.C.. Cape Kennedy Space Centre, Cocoa Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Miami Beach, Nassau in the Bahamas, Walt Disrtey World, Pensacola, San Antonio, El Paso, Juarez, Mexico. Phoenix. Las Vegas. 24 days April 5 AS LOW AS Cllllomil TIjllIM SptCill. San Francisco. Disneyland, San Diego, Tijuana, Palm Springs. 16 days. April 7 AS LOW AS ClIHornll Tiillini SpKill. (Same as above for the places. 16 days April 19. AS LOW AS LlS VtgiS SpKill. 7 days. April 23........... AS LOW AS Kintucky Dirty Mishvllli Spiclil. 20 dip. April 25. AS LOW AS Disiuylind. Sin Diigo. Tijwni SpKill. 16 Days. April 26. AS LOW AS DiiMiUnd. Sin Diego, Pilffl Sprints. Grind Cinjofl lM Vigil. 18days.May2..................... ASLOWAS DismylMd S TijMM Spiciil. ASLOWAS s. May Cinidiin toCkiU. Wwl COUl SptCill. Banlt, Jasper Victoria Vancouver. Penticton. 12 days May 3...........AS LOW AS Spring TOir. Peace River, Pacific Coasl Cruise. Edmonton. Dawson Creek. Prince George. Prince Rupert. Victoria. Vancouver. 15 days May 5 June 7 (includes ship accomodations city tours.) AS LOW AS LOW AS l TIJMM. MMlCI SfKlll. San Francisco. Grand Canyon. ASLOWAS DiSIWflind. San Diego. Tijuana, Grand Canyon. Las Vegas. 16 days.June14SJune21...................... ASLOWAS fllCI RIVK. ClMdlM ROCklM PlClllC CCItl CriiSI. Interior B.C., 15 days June 28. (includes ship accomodations city tours. AS LOW AS Diimylind, SM TijMM Mulct, Grind Cmym, Ul MM. TlHir. ASLOWAStSSl "Worlds only Airline on the Ground" NORTHERN BUS TOURS Exotic International Tours College Mall Phone CANADA TRAVEL LETHBRIDGE Phone 329-3336 Touring theatre Canadians together' Just friends Ringb Starr, 34, and a former Beatle escorts American model Nancy Andrews, 24, at Heathrow Airport before flying to Los Angeles, Friday. Ringo told newsmen at the airport he and his wife of nearly 10 years are to break-up. The couple married Feb. 11, 1965 and have three children. Extra tour funds offer more theatre exchanges OTTAWA (CP) A 60-per- cent increase in federal funds for the touring office of the Canada Council will result in more theatre and dance group exchanges across the country. John Cripton, head of the touring office, also said Fri- day the larger budget will enable larger Toronto and Montreal symphony orchestras, for in- make more out-of- town appearances. The increased funding, an- nounced by Secretary of State Hugh Faulkner in Vancouver Thursday night, will bring the touring office budget for the fiscal year starting April 1 to million, up from the current year's budget. Cripton said a large part of the increase will, go to meeting higher transportation costs and increased per-diem allowances for performers. During the last year, he said, there have been two 10-per- cent increases in costs for performing artists on tour. The 'touring office was set Juex Canada Winter Games Special Off LARGE PIZZA With the presentation of this coupon. TOM'S HOUSE OF PIZZA Both locations in Lethbridge Open Daily at a.m. ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL Bowman Arts Centre EXHIBITION of PHOTOGRAPHY by Bill Groenen and POTTERY by Roger Woslyng Feb. 10th to Feb. 28th Gallery Hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. TONIGHT thru SATURDAY 'MCCALMONT EXPRESS" MINERS' and Invited GuMttOnM up in 1973 to subsidize the costs of theatre, music, and dance companies travelling in Canada. But ,even with the subsidies, the cost of travel and accom- modation for large com- panies, such as the major symphonies employing more than 100 musicians, has limited the amount of touring they can do. The three major ballet com- Grands Ballets Canadiens. of Montreal, the National in Toronto, and the Royal are planning biennial trips across the country, serving-Eastern Canada one year and the West another. Cripton said the increased funds will permit the touring office to subsidize more travels by'smaller and contemporary dance com- panies, including the Anna Wyman Dancers of Van- couver and the Contemporary Dancers of Winnipeg. While the touring office has worked mainly on a national basis so far, it now Will be able to promote regional tours, particularly by regional theatre group's going into communities which cannot af- ford them without govern- ment help. While the bulk of touring of- fice funds go to pay bus, train and air fares, the office is willing to help local sponsors pay the costs of bringing a theatre, music or dance group to their smaller centres. Mr. Faulkner also announc- ed Thursday that an additional million will be given the touring office for the summer of 1976, when it will subsidize performing arts groups appearing in Montreal, Ot- tawa and Kingston, Ont., as part of the cultural activities associated with the Olympic Games. Bunnies OTTAWA (CP) A world- travelling English actor born partly of Spanish parentage who now is becoming a Cana- dian says touring theatre pro- ductions can make this country more aware of its various parts. Edward Atienza, star of last summer's Shakespeare Festival production Of King John and the coming summer's Shaw Festival production of Caesar and Cleopatra, is just completing' a three-week engagement here in John Coulter's Riel, and then will be off on tour again. He's to appear next in an Il- linois University production of Goethe's Faust, and will fly to England for a combined holi- day-business trip before com- ing back to begin rehearsals as Col. Pickering in Pygmalion in the Shaw Festival at Niagara on the Lake. Touring has been a big part of Atienza's professional career, across the U.S., throughout Britain and Europe, including Poland and Russia, in the Middle and Far East, to New Zealand and twice to Australia, once last year with the Shakespeare F'estival. As to Canadian theatre, Atienza said it is still growing vigorously. The Canada Coun- cil's touring office, subsidiz- ing travel for performing arts groups, is contributing to this. "There should be more tour- ing in a country as vast as he said. "The regional theatres are all going great guns, but the national con- sciousness of the theatre is only benefited by more touring. "If we had more touring, it would knit the country together in knowing what is going on, all over the place." Atienza is widely known for his versatility, in dramatic and comic roles, with the welcome knack of appearing totally different in each part he plays. He is the antithesis of the actor who is so well marked by certain mannerisms or voice in- flections that he is always identified as the actor, rather than the part being acted. feel pinch CHICAGO (Reuter) The playboy empire of Hugh Hefner reported Fri- day its first loss in ear- in the final three months of last year. One of the "sacrifices" Hefner is taking a 25 per cent cut in his salary of 000 a year. Potted plants, rented at a cost of a year, have been banished at the Playboy headquarters. Even the playboy bunnies are feeling the pinch. Those staying in rented rooms at Hefner's mansion here will have to pay 10 cents for a cup of coffee instead of having it free. "It is what's known snecringly, in a slightly derogatory way, as being a character he said in a dressing room interview at the National Arts Centre here. "But of course, it isn't, derogatory, because all the great actors are really character actors. They don't play themselves. They aren't matinee idols going on an ego trip. Sir Laurence Olivier is a great character actor." Atienza came to Canada in 1972 to'play Touchstone in As You Like It, and The Fool in King Lear, at the Stratford Festival, but he came here protestingly. He said he would only come if no other actor were available for the role of The Fool. "There has been a great amount of screaming recently about he said, re- ferring to nationalist demands for Canadians-first among playrights, directors and ac- tors. "I was asked to come here, and I was asked to stay and have been put to work hard. "Perhaps I am divided in my notions. At first I was on the side of opening the floodgates internationally and letting the artistic water find its own level. "But I think since my stay here I have changed, because now I think people who are go- ing to be part of the Canadian theatre have got to be people who, in some way, are com- mitted to the country and its culture." He doesn't like the idea of the big international star fly- ing in to take the main role in a production, and then flying off again. "They say it is okay to have some grand stars come because we learn from them.' Rubbish. If you don't make the people you have in Canada the stars, then they'll always be playing the secondary roles." Atienza describes himself as an English actor, making a contribution to theatre in Canada, but adds: "I'm just an immigrant.. I'm not a Canadian, yet. But I pay full taxes, and I own a house in Stratford, Ont. this is my home, as long as they want me to stay." Burton's romance 'in danger' LONDON (AP) Actor Richard Burton's romance with Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia was reported "in danger" today. British newspapers said the princess came to London alone after a quarrel with the Welsh actor in the south of France over a new girl in his life, black American model Jean Bell. News reports said the row erupted at a party in the village of Cagnes, near Nice. SHEET MUSIC and BOOKS MUSICLAND COLLEGE MALL Phone 328-3694 paramount TODAY thru THUR. Evening at and p.m. Kids Matinee 75c Evening Sl.OO mum 11. -t v -i n U L.-I Pantera coLLeoe by BUENA VISrA DISTRIBUTION CO Ir- re: 1974 Wall Disney PioducUo" amQ WALT DISNEY WINNIE the POOH andTICCERTOOs TECHHKMUlll" MATINEE DAILY p.m. paramount cinema TONIGHT and TUBS. at and p.m. fora perfect vacation take... ADULT Now Through February 15th WINTER GAMES RED GRILLE SPECIAL CQMING NEXT "DR.ZHIVAGO" T WIGHT and TUES. FUST RESTRICTED ADULT RAMIIRGER PLATTER Dek'clidile In ihc last bill'. W 111. loan Iwef is to your order served with french fried cole .slaw or tomato slice, llest' of all. it's hudiM priced. 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