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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, June 3, Wins waves of applause Shaw play opens festival NIAGARA- ON THE LAKE Ont (CP) A polished and colorful production of George Bernard Shaw's play, The Devil's Disciple, opened the 1974 Shaw Festival here winning Calgary play wins first prize OTTAWA (CP) Sandra Jones of Calgary has won first prize in the 1974 Ottawa Little Theatre contest for writers of original one-act plays, winning and a gold medal, it was announced today. Second prize of was won by Paul Godefroy of Ot- tawa, and third prize of by Steve Heatley of St. Catharines, Ont. Faith Ward of Mahone Bay. N S a director of many theatre productions here, was adjudicator. waves of warm applause. The play was produced first by the Shaw Festival Company in Halifax six weeks ago, toured the Maritime provinces and eastern Ontario and then played for two weeks here for school audiences before the official opening night. As a result the cast headed by Alan Scarfe, Domini Blythe, Norrnan Walsh, James Valentine and Tony van Bridge work together well But added to that, the production took on new lustre in the new Shaw Festival Theatre, opened last year. Lighting by Lynne Hyde and sets and costumes by Robert Doyle have been made more colorful and intricate than were possible to carry with the show when it was on tour. The set was built by Neptune Theatre in Halifax. Lighting and stage effects are important to the play, which tells a partly-true story of the American revolutionary war, in which a ne'er-do-well, the devil's disciple, Mr. Scarfe, allows himself to be substituted for a Presbyterian minister, played by Mr. Welsh, in a hanging by the British Army. The Alberta Alcoholism Drug Abuse Commission Is again sponsoring a FREE PUBLIC SERVICE on DRUGS and DRUG ABUSE At p.m Sharp PRESENTATIONS FILMS DISCUSSIONS COFFEE No Street South 328-1042 PHONE 328-1594 NOTICE! Sven Ericksen SVEN ERICKSEN Headquarters (Mobile Home Trailer) Is Now Open 1715 MM Drive South Phone 329-0224 Volunteers Appreciated Join the Sven Ericksen Team Working for Canadians! The minister's wife, played by Miss Blythe, tries to save him by interceding with General Burgoyne, played by Mr. Van Bridge, and Major Swindon, played by Mr. Valentine. It's also an appropriate play to be staged in this particular place. The old town of Niagara was settled by United Empire Loyalists after 1776, levelled by American troops in the War of 1812, and today the British flag still flies on most public buildings along with the new Canadian flag. Perhaps more than half of Shaw Festival audiences are drawn from the United States. Mr. Scarfe, who was perhaps last season's busiest actor at the Stratford Festival, returns to Shaw after an absence of three years, and his high-spirited boyishness fits comfortably on the new stage. Miss Blythe, who came to Canada two years ago from the Royal Skaespeare Company and London's west end, has grown in the role of the minister's wife, devoted to her husband but torn with admiration for the devil's disciple Mr. van Bridge has played many roles on stages everywhere across the country Museum staging open house CALGARY Public response has made the Glenbow Museum Open House even better than ever This year Open House includes talks, demonstrations, activities to take part in, and films. Admission to the museum has been waived for the month of June so that Open House visitors may take part in the festivities from a.m. to p.m. for free. However, the demonstrations will run from 9.30 a.m. to p.m. each week day The public will be met at the door and advised of the activities in the various galleries that day. Visitors will be given help in finding the demonstrations and will be encouraged to make reservations for special half- hour presentations. Reservations are needed for the stone tools room and for the tepee room, all still at no cost. Picture trouble temporary One more panel will complete this picture of television detective Barnaby Jones (actor Buddy Ebsen) on a 52-foot billboard at Bathurst St. and Baycrest Rd. in Toronto. Guiding the crane below is Gerald Hrabets while Manny Mclntyre waits behind the sign to fit the final section into place. Cable TV group honors former Lethbridge man MONTREAL (CP) Five leading members of the cable television industry were honored for outstanding achievements at the closing session here of the Canadian Cable Television Association. The five men honored at this year's convention are Florian Thibault, Director of Engineering Services at Transvision Magog Inc., Magog, Que.; B. J. Shepard, President of Premier Cablevision Ltd., Vancouver; Sruki Switzer, of Switzer Engineering Services Ltd., Mississauga, Ont. and a former Lethbridge resident; W Garth Pither, vice- president of Engineering, Premier Cablevision Ltd Vancouver; and D. D. Gartwell, President of Penticton Cable T.V. Ltd. Mr. Switzer worked in Lethbridge for three years planning the setting up of cablevision equipment fa- cilities and operations. Professors win medal for popular biography Complete Car Care CUSTOM VANCOUVER (CP) Two Ontario university professors wall receive University of British Columbia medals for popular biography. Prof. Dennis Smith of Trent University in Peterborough and Prof. Douglas O. Spettigue of Queen's University at Kingston, are the 20th and 21st winners of the medal. This is the first year two people have been given the award. Prof. Donald Stephens of UBC's English department, chairman of the committee that selects the winners of the medal, said he was impressed by the range, quality and number of entries this year. Heads ballet STUTTGART, West Germany (Reuter) Glen Tetley, 48, one of the best- known United States choreographers, has been appointed to succeed the late John Cranko of Britain as ballet director of the Baden- Wuerttemberg State Theatre, a theatre spokesman announced today. BRAKE REUNE Your brakes need regular check-ups They may need relinmg right now. Trust the job to your Esso Complete Car Care retailer Here's what you get for this one price: FOR CARS WITH FOR CARS WITH FRONT DISC BRAKES DRUM BRAKES Remove 4 wheels. Check discs for run out, excessive stress and wear. Install new premium quality pads. Reassemble calipers, check caliper align- ment. Remove rear drums, inspect lining condition wheel cylinders. Inspect and measure drum condition. Assemble drums and wheels. Check master cylin- der. Check lights. Final quality control test. "We know how much you depend on your Esv) T f Disassemble and examine wheels, drum shoes, springs, adjusting mechanism. Examine wheel cylin- der. Inspect measure all brake drums. Clean lubricate backing plates. Inspect brake shoe return springs. Install new premium quality brake linings. Clean lubricate adjusting mechanism. Inspect wheel seals. Examine master cylin- der. Adjust brakes. Check power cylinder. Check brake lights. Final quality control test. OrTER GOOD UNTIL FEBRUARY 28. WHEREVER YOU SEE TUB 86N. i-Rlfi All WCT4? IS Inc'udes parts and labour Mos1 tars You pay no more than price quoted at Esso Complete Care Care Retailers ffj far 90 days or i 000 miles 1or details drama, schools FOR TEENS, 14 TO 18 15th annual residential Summer Drama School JULY 28 TO AUGUST 18 DRUMHELLER VOCATIONAL SCHOOL Study with outstanding instructors from across Canada and the United States. Beginners' intermediate and advanced teen courses in acting speech movement design creative drama. Fee. inoluding board, Toom and Iwiion Tegivtraiiom..................... APPLICATION DEADLINE, JUNE 24 Si 25 S135 ADULT DRAMA SCHOOL at Vocational School. July 28 Auguil 18. Start headed by Nal Brenner, Director. Briitol Old Vic Theatre School Application deadline, fune 30. TV highlights MONDAY MOVIE THRILLER: No Way To Treat A Lady, 8 p.m. Ch. 11. Mad but clever killer's victims are lonely women. Hir bizarre methods of getting to them involve skillful impersona- tions of everything from a priest to a B-girl. Rod Steiger George Segal. 1968, 2 hours. DOCUMENTARY: Of All People, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Two Cana- dians are profiled: junk dealer Jack Cohen and blind herpe- tologist Bruce McBride. Return. DOCUMENTARY: Romantic Rebellion, p.m., Ch. 7. Lord Clark focuses on Jacques Louis David the first painter to revolt against the unreal style of classicism. SCIENCE DOCUMENTARY: Target The Impossible, p.m., Ch. 13. An examination of research into body rhythms MOVIE DRAMA: Band of Angels, p.m., Ch. 11 Costume drama about interracial marriage in the old south Clark Gable, Yvonne DeCarlo. 1957, 2 hours, 25 min. MOVIE DRAMA: Wild Strawberries, 12 midnight, Ch. 7 Ingmar Bergman's brilliant study of an old man reliving his youth. A classic of its kind. Superb performance by Victor Seastrom. 1958, 2 hours. TUESDAY MOVIE COMEDY: Cartroose Caboose, p.m., Ch. 13 Pleasant tale about young couple and an old codger. Ben Cooper, Molly Bee, Edgar Buchanan. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are lifted by the Radio and Televison Stations. Any variation in program schedule due to last-minute changes by the stations not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC 1090 Monday thru Friday 6 50 Farm News 7 30 News, Wthr Sports 9 00 Checlme 12 30 News. 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