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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, July 27, 1972 At Stratford festival Laughter bridges the centuries STRATFORD, Ont. (CP) The Stratford Festival proved again Tuesday night thai laugh- ter bridges the centuries. The festival's production of Oliver Goldsmilh's She Sloops to Conquer, wrilten in 1773, eas- ily won the applause of a capac- ity first-night audience and al- most unanimous plaudits from the critics. From seconds after the first characters appeared on stage, hearty lauglis from the audience were never more Ihnn a couple minutes apart tlirough- out the entire hours. While initial credit needs go to the author who has written a play that is no less funny today than when it was wrilten 199 year ago. Stratford Festival di- rccgor Michael Bawtrco merits praise for assembling a uni- formly-fine cast and employing tl-.eir individual talents in har- ri o n i o u s and complimentary style. In a complex plot of mistaken identities and reversals of for- tune that defies simple descrip- tion, Tony van Bridge and Alan Scarfe were popular favorites in their respective roles of Hard- casilc and his stepson Tony Lunipkin. As Hard castle's riaughler Kale, who "stooped lo con- Pat Galloway played her third rolo in the festival's 20th 80 children see animals at game farm SHAUGHNESSY (HNS) The Shaughnessy Home and School Association provided an interesting outing for 80 school children here recently. They were taken to Stewart's Game Farm, Lethbridge in the morning. At noon hot dogs and lemonade were served to the children and teachers at the east end cf Henderson Lake. Then they spent the afternoon at Indian Battle Park The arrangements were un- der the direction of Mrs. Fonda Hanna. She was assisted by Mi's. Sylvia Lumly, Mrs. Lor- raine Schimpf and Mrs. Alice Wade. season. She also plays (he title role in Alfred de Mussel's Lor- cnzaccio and one of Ihe king's three daughters in Shake- speare's King Lear. Carole Shelley also Is playing three parts in this year's Festi- val Theatre program, adding Tuesday nighl's role of Const- ance Neville to the leading role in Shakespeare's As You Like It and the part of another of Lear's daughters. Nicholas Pennell, Barry MacGregor and Mary Savidge each add significant contribu- tion; lo Ihe merriment of She Stoops to Conquer. Some comments from critics: .Tim Clemenls, Hamilton Spec- lalor: "Conquers brilliantly without stooping once. It's a rattling good play that is the indisputable success of the sea- son bolh as a classic and as sheer, unswerving comedy at its rcry best." Urjo Kareda, Toronlo Slar: 'Engaging, thoughtful mayhem. The play breathes with utter ease, moves naturally, de- velops wilh relaxation a dream cast." Herbert Whillaker, Toronto lobe and .Mail: "Mistakes were Impossible lo find n remarkable well-chosen com- pany a highly satisfactory combination of efforts on all sides." DuBarry Campau. Montreal Gazelle: "Magnificent produc- tion an almost flawless cast. II a r v e y Chusid, Vancouver Sun: "One of the best-designed productions in its Stratford's hisloiy." Don Braiil, Kilchcnpr-Water- loo Record: "A play well-staged and beautifully performed." Jim Gibson, Str.nlford Beacon Herald: "Some of the finest pieces of comic business wit- nessed Uiis season a pro- duction that sparks with enter- tainment." Lawrence DeVine, Detroit Free Press: "She Stoops to Con- quer is the equal of anything .hat has gone before. Mi- chael Bawlree directed in supe- rior style." Frank Gctlein. Washington Evening Star: "T h e present production must be one of :hc very best She Stoops has re- ceived in its close to 200-year listory." FOWL PLAY The aclion in the bull ring at Pam- plona, Spain, took a fowl turn earlier this week when a spectator tossed a duck inlo the arena. An assistant bull- tries lo capture the bird with his cape. Giving Ihe matador the bird was described as an expression of joy on Ire part of a spectator over the performance of Ihe matador. (AP Wirepholo by cable from Madrid) Farmers ecology conscious HALIFAX (CP) Dcpntj 2nvirciment Minister E. E Ballantyne of Alberta said hen recently Ihe Canadian farm A DIVISION OF TANDY LEATHER CO. OF CANADA LIMITED CDASTTD COAST IN CANADA THURSDAY- FRIDAY SATURDAY 10% OFF ALL REGULAR PRICED ITEMS PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY -HURRY-SHOP FOR STEREO EQUIPMENT CAR RADIOS-ANTENNAS-SMALL PARTS-TOOLS-ETC. 327 5th STREET S. LETHBRIDGE ing industry has "lived up to its responsibilities" in protectin; the environment. He told provincial agricultur ministers and their deputies al tending their 23rd annual con ference here that too man; non-farm people were "una ware" of tile practices of farm ers to improve the environmenl However, he warned tha there was a need for grcafe land use planning in such mat ters as the location of larg livestock production enterprises to prevent conflict with future urban growth patterns. He said Uie chief role of gov ernmeiit should be a regulatory one, exerting control where nee essary. Legislation, Dr. Ballan tyne said, should provide long term planning regarding known sources of future problems. FARMERS AWARE "13 e c a u s a farmers contro such a vast amount of our rea estate, and use it to produce safe food products for human consumption, they are keenly aware of their he said. He said: "It is unfortunate that tome people have little re- alization of how well farmers protect our natural environ- ment." In Alberta, the waste from four million cattle aud 1.5 mil lion hogs is the equivalent to thi population of 40-million people farmer recycles this waste through the soil where it is bro- ken down by the natural soil bacteria. Dr. Ballantyne said the amaz ing tiling about the recycling op- eration was "that it is done a no cost to the taxpayer." "Just think what it would cos In taxes to use up the waste from 40 million people in om province and you have some idea of the job our farmers do for us every year." Fairbanks pleased with role WASHINGTON (AP) Doug- las Fairbanks Jr. says he is en- joying his starring role in The Pleasure of his Company as much as anything hs has done. The former movie actor-pro- ducer told a National Press Club luncheon Tuesday he is de- lighted with his role at the John F. Kennedy Centre for Perform- 'ng Arts and has no intentions of going back to movies. Fairbanks, 62, also com- mented that he believes the era of permissiveness on stage and screen lias about run its course, argely because it has not been marked by genuine wit and [ood taste. HOLLYWOOD (AP) Lynn ?ari, 52, who starred in the film The Bridge of Snn Luis Key las been granted a divorce rom her third husband, Dr Na- han K. Hickles, 67. Miss Ran received a cash settle- ment Tuesday and reinstate- ment of her stage name. She is currently appearing in the play Gingerbread Lady in Dallas. Conservationist NATAL (HNS) _ Don Shcr- ng, Cranbrook aldcrnra.i mid director of the B.C. Sports- men's Federation, has been ap- pointed assistant conservation officer on n temporary bnsis in the Fcrnie area. Mr. Sterling, a retired form- er employee of the provincial highways department will Iwgiii bis duties in Ihe area this week and will probably work on n pait lime basis until the end of Iho hunling season. Fcrnic Uod nml (inn Clul) has urged for years Mint nn assis- tant lo Ciinservalloii Officer J bo hired. !TV HIGHLIGHTS! THURSDAY MOVIE MYSTERY: A Very Missing Person. p.m. Ch. 7. Eve Arclcn ploys Miss nidegarde Withers, a retired teacher and amateur sleuth. Julie Newmar, James Gregory. 1972, 90 min. DIIAMA: Night Gnllcry. I'.m. Cli. 7. Another threa talcs of the supcniatural presented by Rod Scrling. COMEDY: Marly Fclilman Comedy Machine, p.m.. Ch. 13. Godfrey Cambridge and Diisty Springfield are Marty's guests. Spike Milligan co-stfirs. MOVIE COMEDY: The Path, p.m., Ch. 1. Amiable spoof about a young Scottish Islander in search of a bride. Bill Travers, George Cole. English, 1959, 2 hrs. DOCUMENTARY: Quality of Life, p.m., Ch. 13. The program visits 3 Halifax nursery school where black and while children are measured for discriminatory attitudes. MOVIE FANTASY: First Men in Hie Moon, Midnight, Ch. 7. H. G. Wells' classic about a trip to the moon in the year 1099. English, 1964, 90 min. FRIDAY MOVIE COMEDY: The Three Sloogcs Meet Hercules. p.m., Ch. 7. The Stooges use a time machine to travel back to ancient Greece. Moe Howard, Larry Fine, Joe Do Rita, 1961, 90 min. MOVIE COMEDY: Rock-a-Byc Bally, p.m., Ch. 13. Movie star Carla Naples is going to have a baby but her husband is now deceased and her marriage was a closely-guarded secret. Jerry Lewis. 1U5B, 90 min. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program! tre listed by Ihe radio and television Any variation in program icheduto i> due to latt- rninuh) changei by the notions and li not the mpon- tibility of Ihe Herald or Anglo Didribulori Stereo and Photographic Centra. CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sportj Morley McGill with Contemporary News THURSDAY NI6HT Tsssicr Dili King FRIDAY Jock Heidfld Bury I Clark Leo Dow John Oliver Dave King CJOC THURSDAY NIGH1 World gt COO John WalkEr Request Line John Charles Terry Vogl News MOM. THRU SAT. Don McMaMcr Wayne Birry Protw News, Wlhr, Sport 1.00 News ind Grim Show FRIDAY Jim Elllol CBC News News, Wlhr. Scort Jack Thy! Phone Bill Show John walker CHEC FM if Hourly Wthr. Half Hour Sports Don MacMasler Concerts (Bob Don Hedman Consie) a.m. Sign-Otf THURSDAY NIGHT X-Q3 Home Run .I u II Huppens Musicscope CBR Radio 1010 Calgary 10.30 Prairie Chamber This Cn-jnlry Music Radio Noon Winnipeg Ocheslra SlocKmarket 11: 30 The Inner Ear Take It From Here FRIDAY 2-30 Holiday News, Wlhr, Sporls Eye Opener Home Run From Ihe Capllals World al Eight 5- 30 News Five Nights a Week Eye Opener World it Sli CLCC if CLCC over Cablevision Ch. 7 Monday thru Friday Newi Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour Dave Oberg Major News Major News News John Malakoff 7-nn Tarn, Cpan Duane Meyer Doug Gossen ri This Summer Take A SONY 9" Portable TV On Your Camping Trip! Other sizes in portable also in stock. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and fholoyiapliic Centel 419 5th St. S. Phone 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" Klondike Dayi Hi-Lllcs (c) CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6} THURSDAY NIGHT Teleprobe 1 5.00 Trulh or Klahanie Consequencei (c) Movie: First Men Movie: Three Corner Pyle cn 1he Woon S locoes MeeT FRIDAY summer Town Farm Facls TflKc Romper Room Edge of Nlqhl Night Gallery Mr. Drcssup Family Court Movie: Friendly Giant J'30 Drop In Bridal Pnlh Chez Helena Trulh or News n.oo Sesame Slrecr Consequences CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) Gl Teleprobe 7 Movie: A Very THURSDAY NIGHT Batman Bewitched Family Affair Bewitched News Plcrro Berlon David Frost FRIDAY Though! tor Day DicV. Van Dyke 1-00 Movie: Rock-A-Bye Daby (c) VVhai's ITie Good Word (c) News (c) Rupcrl Bear Another World Medical Ccnlre Yoga Can Do" Marly Feldnnn House of Frrcjhlen- ,.nn paiman (c) Quality of Lift sloln (c) Ra1mfl" 'c' 10'Ofl Bnld Ones Norlh Maple Bewilehed News (c) All About Faces Family Affair KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) THURSDAY NIGHT News News Dick Van Dyke My Threa Soni Ircnsldo Bobby Darrln Salute Agrkullure News (c) Today snow (c) The Doctors (c) Today In Montana Anolher World Concentration Edge of Nlghf Snlr of Century Love- American Hollywood Squares Style (c) Jeopardy (c) Family Affnlr Bobby Darrln Jeopardy (cl Family Affair Advenlure. Theatre Who, What, Where Lucy Show (c) Newi Game (t> My Threo Sons (c) Tonltinl Show Newi FRIDAY Love Is n Many HIIIUIIIo! 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