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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Canadian play-panned, praised NEW YORK (CP) Critic Cllve Barnes of UIE New York Times wields his scalpel with surgical deftness in dissecting the Feydeau comedy, There's One in Every Marriage, and comes up with more bad things (bout it than good. The production is that of the Stratford Naional Theatre of Canada which opened Monday night at the Royale Theatre with broadway producer Davit Merrick underwriting the cost of the New York showing. It is an adaptation by Suzanne COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE National Lifeguard Course Fritz Sick Pool Wednesday evenings p.m. January 12th le March 15, 1972. Applicant! for this course must: 1) ba 17 years of age or older 2) possess one of the following current (i.e. less than two years old) awards: a) R t S S Bronze Medallion b) Red Cross R L S S Joint Instructor Award c) Y M C A Senior tifesaving Award. 3) present o current certificate from o physician certify- ing good health and at least vision with or wjthoul correcting lenses. Application forms for the course can be obtained at the Com- munity Services Department office, located at 122 5th Avenue South, during regular office hourl commencing Wed- nesday, January 5, 1972. Gross-nann and Paxlon While- head of George Feydeau's Le Dindon, which translated mean The Turkey, a title Barnes notes makes New York producers blanch. While it has fun in it, i has little Barne says. "ITicre are some gtxx. performances here, but anyone who has seen the play with the Comedie Rob ert Hirsh as un likly to be completely entranced. Yet virtually no Fey- deau farce can be completely lost and there is genuine merri- ment here." Feydeau wrote 39 farces and in them people rarely go to bed as Feydeau laughed at a turn' of-Uie-century Paris and its middle class. Coquettish wives, faithless husbands, comic suitors and absurd servants, Feydeau's cast list is invariable and yet somehow always charming. This play is about the double standard that Parisian society then placed upon men and women. A wife is resolved not x revenged upon her husband's nfidelity, and it Is clear that what is good for the goose is not good for the gander. Barnes says the Stratford pro- duction of Marriage often seems a little coarse, a little lacking in style and plumage. "Yet the si- uations are still hilariously there." Wootw MEN'S Boots and Shoes Reduced for Quick Sale! Everything from 71 must go to make way for the new spring stock! Many styles available, but riot in all sizes, so hurry for the best selection! Put Your Best Foot Forward with a Woolco Chargel BOYS1 and GIRLS Dress and Casuals Must Be Cleared! Greol chance to outfit your youngster! for the new year with shoes priced much below usual. Bring your children in today while iizos last. pair Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. le p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magratlr Drive "Clumsy is probably Uie apt- esl word for Jean Gascon's Barnes says. "It never glitters or swings, and de- spite Alan Barlow's cheerfully atmospheric designing of the scenery and costumes, we al- ways seem far nearer French Canada than to France. For Uie most part the actors are nol really up to this quality of play. You can play Shakespeare aver- agely well to excellent effect, but Feydeau will .be nothing if Mi brilliant." But Barnes says there are a few exceptions in the Stratford production. "Roberta Maxwell's sense of wifely grace and strangled out- rage is most convincing as Lu- cienne, Tony Van Bridge bum- bled happily as the military doctor and Joseph Mate- had Uie right sluggard dignity as the old servant who knows his mas- ter's place. Peter Donat as Uie feverish would-be wife-stealer and Jack Creley as the eager yet daring bachelor also had Jieir moments, but the farce never caught fire. "It seemed like a minor con- spiracy among the actors, the director and the adaptors to sell the. play slightly yet fatally short, and to make a turkey out of The Turkey." Critics generally gave warm reviews to the production. Leonard Harris of CBS-TV said the Canadian company had 'done a marvellous job." No denying talent of Glenda Jackson GLENDA JACKSON No glamor girl Tony Bennett finally weds the girl LONDON (AP) A spokes- man for Tony Bennett an- nounced today that the 43-year- old singer married dancer Saddle Grant in New York last Wednesday before coining to London to record a television series. The bride Is 29. She and Ben- nett have a 22-month-oId baby daughter. He divorced his first wife last year. Bennett and his new wife ar- rived in London Monday night. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "SCORCHING SANDS" In color. Starring Anna Karina and Gerard Barray. Wednesday, January 5. Show it p.m. Family. LIVE ENTERTAINMENT Thursday, Friday and Saturday Nights from 8 p.m. to 12 Midnight FEATURING "SAM'S GAKG" AT THE DALLAS TAVERN 312 5th STREET SOUTH FULLY LICENSED ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 57 NUMBERS 2nd- 500 BONUS JACKPOT IN 52 NUMBERS NO ONI UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURS., JAN. 6 HUES FRI., JAN. 7 MINT JULEPS SAT., JAN. 8-4 HITS AND A MISS WATCHING ALL THE FUN! Relax, Unwind, Start to Live We'll Help You Become the Outgoing, Confident Person You've Always Wanted to Be! 327-1442 MONTE CARLO DANCE ACADEMY By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) She Is not your ordinary hothouse vari- ety of glamorous Oscar winner. Her face is scrubbed and de- void of makeup. She wears her hair in close-cropped, early Mia Farrow style. Her dress is formless and midi-length. Yet there is no denying the talent and magnetism of Glenda Jackson, who last April won the Academy award for best actress because of her performance in her Uiird film, Women in Love i Her allure was demonstrate in the Polo Lounge of the Bev erly Hills, where she was 1 ing lunch on her first visit to Hollywood. A bald gentleman from a nearby booth came over and said: "Glenda Jackson, want you to know I was pul for you. I think you are superb I'm glad you won. We've never met, but I had to shake your band. No, I must kiss you." He did. And then Yul Brynner returned to his booth. The incident pleased the ac tress but failed to ruffle her Nothing seems to. At 35, she lives a well-ordered life, par forming in films that appeal to her, Buch as Sunday Bloodj Sunday nnd Mary, Queen o: Scots, both of which could pu her in Oscar contention again. LIVES QUIETLY When not working, she lives quietly in the London borough of Greenwich with her art dealer husband, Roy Hodges, and their son Daniel, 2. About her uninlerest in glamor: "For one thing, I never had time for it. I was always rushing to rehearsals for one thing or another, and it was simply too much trouble. Be- I don't think producers would cast me for my glamor. "I realize that things were different in Hollywood in the old days. But then the actresses had something to sell besides the ability to perform. They be- came typed as glamor girls.' Miss Jackson was unable to attend the Oscar affair, anc she's glad. Today's ShowHmes PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects "Skin Game" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Matinee "Shinbone Alley" One Complete Show Short Subjects COLLEGE CCVEMA "Murders in Rue Morgue" "Witchcraft 70" Last Complete Show WtdnMday, Jonu.rv I, THt LITHMIDGI HERALD 7 Fire toll 162 SEOUL (AP) Sydney Sien- yung Yu, minister of the Nation- alist Chinese embassy here, died Tuesday in hospital after surviving a Christmas Day hotel Ore. He was M. His death brought to 162 the official num- ber of victims of Ilie fire in the Taeyonkak Hotel, the worst hotel fire in history. Sixty-eight "I'm sure if I had been here, I would have been she remarked. "That evening I taped an acceptance with the BBC and I listened to the an- nouncement of my Oscar by Waller MalLhau. Even though I already knew I had won, I could feel the tension rising. The hair on Uie back my neck stood up." persons were injured. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic National Store Bldo. Ph. A Bonanza of Family Programs One new show each day starting Thursday SHOWING THURSDAY ONLY SHAKIEST GUN IN THE WEST' Starring DON KNOTTS SHOWING FRIDAY ONLY COLOR 'HEllFIGHTERS' Starring JOHN WAYNE SHOWING SATURDAY ONLY IN COLOR 'GHOST AND MR. CHICKEN' Starring DON KNOTTS One Show Only Each Day at p.m. All Seats These Shows Only 50c COLLEGE Starts Tomorrow FIRST SHOW 7 P.M. RESTRICTED ADULT Ifatritatfheydo off duty thatfi really prteatet KATHY CANNON -JOYCE WILLIAMS PEGi BOUCHER. SECOND FEATURE UMC Pictures Jl Swim Dl UNIVERSAL MARION Corf. GEORGE HILTON ERNEST BORGNINE A BULLET FOR SANDQVAL James Garner EVENINGS ONLY AT P.M. ADULT PARAMOUNT SHOWING TODAY THRU. SAT. RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE LAST TIMES TONIGHT il Petum. Inc. Hit No. 2: "WITCHCRAFT 70" PARAMOUNT Starts Tomorrow About fghting your way tot and find no one t 2 SHOWS letop ing A John F BJHCU Procfuclion T.u Jy Young, Arl Hndlc funk f.' A In V WrnpUy by Gccijc '_________________hoduccdbyJohnEftisicll, Diicclcd by McCoivjn. ENDS 'Bless the Beasts and Children' TONIGHT IN TECHNICOLOR ;