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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Interest in Soviet author Finland The West has lost interest in Soviet author Alexander Solzhenitsyn now that he is in says Sergei Soviet Writers' Union secretary. Quoted in an interview with a Finnish delegation to Mikhalkov said Solzhenitsyn's wife wants to go his children refuse to go to Swiss schools and his mother-in-law is sitting here in Moscow The interview was published in Thursday's Swedish- language Turku daily Aabo Underraettelser. long as he was in the Soviet the West was interested in but today he DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSSHOSACK Dental Mechanic 8 304 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 is not even of interest a member of the Soviet is quoted as saying. Appoint festival directors TORONTO Seven representatives of the Cana- dian theatre community have been appointed associate directors of the Stratford Festival. They are Donald Davis and Tony van Bridge for the Festival Douglas Alan Scarfe and Powys Thomas for the Avon Pat Galloway and Alan Laing for the Third Stage. MINUS ONE CLUB DANCE POLISH HALL 8 Ave. and 13 St. N. JULY 27-9 P.M. to 1 A.M. Music by the Members and invited guests GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB July 27th MUSIC BY Members and Invited Guests Only When you're in the mood... For Something That's New Different In Portrait Photography Give us a Call' A. E. CROSS STUDIO Disneyland and Expo August 17 days as low as Expo Water Aug. Expo Jim Nabors and Buck Owens 4 Aug. 18th Expo Aug. 5 days........................ Expo Canada Week 4 Aug. 28th......... Expo Merle Haggard Aug. 30th. 5 days.......... Expo Kreskin Sept. days Weat Coast Autumn Leaves Tour Sept. 12 as low Lake Columbia Ice Expo. Expo Soviet Union Dancers A NHL Hockey 5 days Expo Porter Wagoner Sept. 5 days Eastern Canada Autumn Quebec Prince Edward Toronto. Niagara FaMi Oct. as low as expo Polynesian Oct. 5 days.............. Expo Guy Lombardo Special. Oct. 4 days Expo Oct. 5 Expo Western International Hockey Oct. 5 days Expo Ella Fitzgerald Nov. 4 days......... Grand Las Nov. 16 days Christmas Pasadena ROM Bowl Tour. Dec. 26th Florida Olsney World Washington .Jan. 11-24 Includes Transportation and Accommodation NORTHERN BUS TOURS Alia. 327-3536 329-4474 Impressive start for ballet group Bizarre Mexican escape being filmed The melodramatic escape of an American busi- nessman from a Mexican prison where he was serving a 28-year term for murder is being made into a It stars Charles as the dare- devil helicopter pilot who swooped into the prison courtyard and flew Joel David Kaplan to freedom. Victor right of is the heli- copter pilot whose exploit inspired the film. Transition period short Actor gives views on middle age NEW YORK like experience the pains of growing though without the same physical manifestations. Having gone through the change of actor William who last appeared in the television Male The Pause That testifies that mid- dle age is not necessarily traumatic. transition to middle age is a short it seems like 20 says the Emmy award-winning actor. In his 50 years Windom has earned distinction in the playing roles from Shakespeare to Thurber. On the screen he has ap- peared in such films as To Kill a The Man and Brews ter and on the home screen in the highly acclaimed but shortlived television My World and Welcome To It and The Farmer's a sitcom he'd rather forget. Most he was host for the TV documentary ex- aming the physical and psy- chological problems of the middle-aged produced by the National Public Affairs Centre for Television and shown by the Public Broad- casting System. an the only prob- lem with middle age is that LABOR CLUB WEEKLY BINGO Every Monday 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 57 numbers 10th Game Blackout in 56 Nos. ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH 11 Games Prize Money Entry Card All Wood Cards Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club room for members and their invited guests. Music Friday and Saturday Banquet Facilities Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. Relax in air conditioned comfort SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre starring Sean Connery. In color. July 27. Shows at and p.m. ADULT FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre starring John Wayne. In color. July show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. ON starring Sidney James and Joan Simms. In color. July 28. Show at p.m. ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre CHRIST starring Ted Neeley and Carl Anderson. July 27. Shows at ai p.m. FAMILY starring Clint Eastwood. July 28. Show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. TABER Skyvue Drive-In starring 'John Wayne. In color. July 27. One complete show at p.m. TABER Tower Theatre starring Burt Reynolds. July 27. Shows at and p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre DARING starring Tim Considine. In color. July 27. Show at p.m. FAMILY. for the first 40 years of your life you're told by 'Oh you're much too young for the part.' Then when you're all you hear is 'Oh you're too old.' Discounting the professional handicaps that come with grey Windom age is great. I've no problems at all. Every year is better. I've had no bad news since the Second World War. From then on it's all been Windom compares middle age to running the track mile. I was in high I could run the mile in Last year at Chattanooga I ran it only this time it took me nine minutes. That's middle age. much more secure now than I was when I was younger. Times JULY PARAMOUNT THEATRE OL YELLER. 2.00 7.00 9.45 INCREDIBLE JOURNEY. 8.25 LAST COMPLETE FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT N.B. There will be NO Matinee on PARAMOUNT CINEMA MAME. 7.00 9.10 No Short Subjects. TWO COMPLETE SHOWS 7.00 9-10 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects. 7.00 9.10 DUDDY KRAVITZ. 7.10 9.20 LAST COMPLETE SHOW. 9.10 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE DEEP THURST. 9.45 SCREAMING TIGERS. ONE COMPLETE SHOW. 9 45 GATES OPEN. 9'00 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN JULY PARAMOUNT THEATRE QL YELLER. 8.00 INCREDIBLE 9.25 ONE COMPLETE SHOW. 8.00 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA MAME 8-15 No Short Subjects. ONE COMPLETE SHOW. 8.15 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects. DUDDY KRAVITZ. ONE COMPLETE SHOW 8.15 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE CHARLIE VARRICK 9.45 WOMEN IN LIMBO 11 55 ONE COMPLETE SHOW. 9.45 GATES 9.00 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN the service during the war and just meeting people helped me to become secure by letting me see that other people are insecure. Any time you serve Windom has served his time. The character whose forte is began his career in 1945 playing Richard III. His love of Shakespeare per- but he abandoned the classics early in his career for more commercial theatre for economic reasons. love but it pays two On two he could hard- ly support his wife and three daughters and their ocean- front house in Malibu. Calif. James Thurber replaced Shakespeare as the central figure in Windom's profes- sional life. After forgettable roles in several film and tele- vision Wmdorn brought Thurber to television in 1969 in My World and Wel- come To an innovative program combining Thurber's humor with animation. Tele- vision audiences did not wel- come the series and it was cancelled after a single sea- but not before it won an Emmy award as best comedy and Windom one for his performance in the lead. NEW YORK The National Ballet of spurred by the dominating presence of Rudolf is off to another impressive run at the Metropolitan Opera House. almost as if we've never been said prin- cipal ballerina Veronica Ten- nant. A exuberant audience welcomed the com- pany this week as it embarked on a three-week engagement at the Met with Nureyev as guest artist. all means see says The New York Post in the first critical comment on the opening-night perfor- mance of The Sleeping Beauty. All the National Ballet will be featuring Nureyev's own production of the Petipa-Tchaikovsky full- length ballet. Nureyev. who is winding up his two-year contract as guest artist with the National dances the part of Prince Flonmund in all eight performances. Four ballerinas will take turns in the role of Princess Aurora. Tuesday tall Karen Kain danced the part Later in the week Miss Kain. Miss Nadia Potts and Vanessa Harwood will alternate in the role. Nureyev's production is im- aginatively staged and his own presence is comman- indeed writes critic Robert Kimball of The Post. company itself showed very marked Kimball writes. ensem- ble work was cleaner and more vibrant The mime was more skilfully and fully as the dancers were reacting more to each other even in moments of repose. In the fusion of gesture and dance was smoother and Several performances stood out. Jacques Gorrissen brought befuddled hilarity to the part of master of ceremonies. Miss Potts was as the Principal Fairy in Nureyev's also dances the Sixth or Variation and later she team- ed well with Frank Augustyn in the Bluebird pas de Kimball writes. enchanting to look at as Princess sparkled in the Rose Adagio of Act but was somewhat un- even in the Wedding pas de where she was brilliant- ly partnered by The decor by Nicholas Georgiadis was even and the sets were splendidly designed to fill and frame the stage and allow maximum room for the mime and Kimball says. Nureyev danced with sometimes deliberately moving slightly behind or ahead of the music to provide even more tension and excitement in his whiplash turns and leaps ALL THEATRES SUNDAY One Show only p.m. paramount 8th St Soulh 3275100 NOW SHOWING THRU. WED. Family UNEQUALLED ADVENTURE FROM WALT Great Frontier To entertain you at the VENTURA HOTEL IN COALDALE Playing this Fri. and Sat. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NEW BLACKOUT Played Till Won Number IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD Limit PAYS DOUBLE No one under 16 yearc allowed ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT July 26th July 27th Upstairs LERNER and CAMPBELL Downstairs McLAREN and HIS green acres drive-in STARTS SUNDAY ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Gilts open 9 p.m. completi show p.m. Don Siegel... tops his own 'DIRTY HARRY'... has raised the crime thriller to a new Mirror new Kevin Thomas. L A. Times Matter Matthau Charley Varrick THEIASTOF THE INDEPENDENTS COLD NIGHTS AND EMPTY JARKROBSOlT LIMBO __ d by BUENfi D'STRIBUI c.1 INC Great Wilderness Incredible TECHNICOLOR Jbumqy Kids Anytime Next Matinee Monday at 2 n.m. paramount cinema Stti Si. 4th Ave South. 327 5100 Tonite thru Tues. She II coax the blues right out of your heart. LUCILLE BALL BEATRICE ARTHUR O College Shopping Mall college cinema 20th Mayor Magrnh Dr 328-6300 ATedKotcheHFilm i ofOuddvl ;