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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta WtdnMday, February 27, 1974 LETHBRIDGE HERALD CANADIAN PRODUCED TV SHOW AWARDS PLANNED REGINA (CP) Judges are to choose from 54 entries when broadcasters meet here March 3 to 5 for the first annual competition for Canadian television programs produced by private broadcasters. There will be 25 awards for excellence in various categories, each category being subdivided according to HOTEL Red Coach Lounge Presents Nightly for your listening pleasure RON ROWE IN THE TAVERN THUBS., FBI., SAT. "SLIDE OUT" AN INNS CANADA HOTEL Cormr 4th and rm st s. station size. There are no separate French and English categories. The competition, called CANPRO was organized by Bruce Cowie, general manager of CKCK-TV Regina, and Harold Cnttenden, vice president of Arrnadale Communications, which owns the Regina Leader-Post and other Saskatchewan communications media. Mr Cowie said in an interview that CANPRO is designed to create a forum for the producers to exchange ideas. Subject categories for the awards are children's programming; light entertainment; sports and public affairs, and special programs. "All entries must be totally station financed and said Mr Cowie "This fact alone assures stations that they will be competing with their peers in the industry." The 54 finalists were chosen from an original total of 118 entries "The over riding criteria for judging was the relevance of the program to the community it served. Wednesday Night at the LEGION VIMY LOUNGE "METROS" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY Enroute to awards ceremony Actress Faye Dunaway, right, waves from open car Tuesday on her way to col- lect the annual Woman of the Year Award from Harvard University's Hasty Pudding Theatricals in Cambridge, Mass. Miss Dunaway, the Bonnie of the movie "Bonnie and was cited as a woman who bests combines "great artistic skill and fem- inine qualities." Theatre group welcomed MELBOURNE, Australia (Reuter) Canada's touring Stratford National Theatre company received a warm reception from theatre-goers and critics here Tuesday for its production of The Imaginary Invalid. Actor-director William Hutt, playing the title role of Argan in Moliere's play about a hypochondriac seeking to marry a doctor's daughter to obtain free medical advice, received special praise from newspaper criticis. Geoffrey Button, theatre critic for the Melbourne news- paper, The Age, said Hutt por- trayed the role as a likeable comic who is tyrannical, be- mused and self-absorbed. Hutton added, however: "The company's depth is LIBBY PREPARED MUSTARD 29' FOOD VALUE DREAM WHIP TOPPING TIDE POWDERED DETERGEK1 BAKERS CHOCOLATE CHIPS 6oz.netwt. 4 FRANCO AMERICAN SPAGHETTI 14fl.oz. 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The critic also said Pat Galloway in the role of Argan's maid, Toinette, portrays the character "quite brilliantly." And there are well- rounded performances by Pa- mela Brook as Angelique, Gordon Thomson as Cleante, Edward Atienza as Bonnefoy and Dawn Greenhalgh as Beline." He added: "This is a lively company which plays with gusto and without inhibition, making the final mumbo- jumbo of the invalid's graduation as his own doctor a hilariously high-spirited romp." Show Times PARAMOUNT THEATRE: Short Subjects 7.00 910 ROBIN HOOD 7 45 9 55 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 10 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 7 15 9.25 DON'T LOOK NOW. 7 30 9 40 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 25 RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE CINEMA MAGNUM FORCE 7'00 9 05 NO SHORT SUBJECTS TWO COMPLETE SHOWS 700905 RESTRICTED ADULT ITALIAN COOKING: Good Eating on a Low Budget he surprised 10 learn good ll.ili.in food is deceptneh to prepare' n is clean and healths because U is usu.ilK Urn in calories and cholesirol' most Italian dishes are surprising inexpen A worUl-ro.imim: uournicl reveals these simple deliyhls In shanni: with s essential and Jon of C ookins: lialian in the Nlaixh issue of Readers Gel helpful ad i ice on sames oils herbs and spiees taHes pasia iheeses and nines and nuiih more' Read ITALIAN COOKING- GOOD LA IIV. ON HI r one of V" articles and fe.Uuus in the March Reader's At newssl.snd tod.n' Canadian actress to star in play TORONTO (CP) Betty Leighton, whose long theatrical career has been devoted to Canadian drama, returned to Toronto in January to star in Trelawney of the Wells, a play about 19th century London. Although she was born and brought up in England and now lives in the United States, Miss Leighton has been in the limelight of every major theatrical development in Canada for the last 20 years. In the early 1950s, she was one of the first 'leading ladies of the Stratford Festival, the first star of Ottawa's historic Canadian Repertory Theatre and a pioneer with Toronto's Crest Theatre Company, the Shaw Festival at Niagara-on- the-Lake and the Manitoba Theatre Centre. In Trelawney of the Wells, by Arthur Pmero, Miss Leighton played Mrs Mossop, the keeper of the theatrical boarding house in Victorian London in a romantic comedy dealing with artists in society. WORK PLENTIFUL "I never wanted fame or she said in an interview dealing with her abundant employment as an actress in Canada. "I just want a corner to act in. I never had the ambition to be a star "When I look at the people who had that dinbiiion today, I'm glad I didn't. I just wanted to be a working aqtress Work has been plentiful ever since she played 500 continuous performances for the Ottawa repertory theatre. After Ottawa, she devoted her talents to many seasons of summer theatre in Peterborough, Kingston and across Canada. Her latest international ap- pearance was on Broadway in the ill-fated musical production of Cyrano, in which she starred with Canada's Christopher Plummer, before the show closed abruptly. At Toronto's St. Lawrence Centre this season, she will also appear in The Good Woman of Setzuan by Bertholt Brecht, and in Color the Flesh the Color of Dust, a play about the early days of Halifax, by Michael Cook. Remote villagers probe own food co-operative FORT WARE, B.C. (CP) Indians at this remote village are investigating .the possibility of forming of food co operative because the only store in the village doesn't supply fresh or canned vegetables, causing widespread sickness. Band member Charlie Boya says the 200 Indians have been living "mainly on Kraft dinner, rice and bannock" and have suffered numerous stomach ailments because of the inadequate supplies of food maintained by store owner Jim Van Somer. "We've asked for more food, but we can't do anything because we don't own the said Mr Boya. Mr. Van Somer said the store can't keep a large and varied stock of food because of high costs of transporting it to the village, 300 miles north of Prince George. Dr. Joanna Pyper of the federal medical services paramount STARTS FRIDAY NOMINATED FOR 6 ACADEMY AWARDS 'The way movies used to be made and ought to be made more -SEHESHAUT. NBC-TV TOGETHER! Phone 327-2044 SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Theatre "THE VALACHI PAPERS" in color. Starring Charles Branson. Wednesday, February 27 show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT MILK Theatre "LAST AMERICAN HERO" m color Starring Jeff Bridges and Valerie Pernne Thursday and Fn. February 28 and March 1. ADULT. PINCHER Theatre THE POSEIDON ADVENTURE" m color Starring Gene Hackman and Ernest Borgnine. Wednesday. February 27 show at p'.m. ADULT. Theatre "PAPEK MOON" in color. Starring Ryan and Tatam O'Neil. Wednesday. Thursday. Friday and Saturday. February 27, 28 and March 1, 2. Wed- nesday shows at 7-00 and 9.-00 p.m ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. branch said there are limited food supplies and an iron deficiency in many of the Indian children, but this is a problem common in many remote villages. "I think putting in a co-op to add some competition would be a tremendous she said. paramount Btti St 4th A.r South 327 5100 NOW SHOWING AT P.M. REALLY HAPPENED' TECHNICOUDR8 FAMILY paramount cinema 8th St (b4ltiArf Sou-h 3275100 NOW SHOWING AT PM RESTRICTED ADULT college cinema NOW SHOWING AT P.M. RESTRICTED ADULT ;