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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta ThurMlay, 7, WS THI UTHMIQM 7 BRIGITTE BARDOT BARDOT CALLING IT QUITS PARIS (AP) French film starlet Brigitte Bardot, 38, an- nounced Wednesday she is retir- ing from movies because 'I have had enough." In an interview with the Preench radio, the actress said she had no plans for the future other than "start to live." ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 3rd ANNIVERSARY BINOO NIGHT 15th GAME JACKPOT iN 48 NOS. in 49 NOS. in 50 NOS. If no bingo called after 50 numbers we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 48 NOS. If no bingo called after 48 numbers we will continue for NO ONI UNDER 16 YEARS AUOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS ond INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY THURSDAY, JUNE 7 "CHARADES" FRIDAY, JUNE 8 "CHARADES" SATURDAY, JUNE 9 "RAYMOND CANADIANS" SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "FIDDLER ON THE ROOF" In color. Starring Topol. Winner of 8 Academy Awards. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Thursday show at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "DR ZHIVAGO" In color. Starring Omar Sharif, Julie Christie and Geraldine Chaplin. Trursday, Friday and Saturday, June 7, 8 and 9. Thursday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "INNOCENT BYSTANDERS" In color. Thursday, June 7. Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Sky Vue Drive-In Thursday is Bargain Night Per Car. "ANDROMEDA STRAIN" In color. Starring Arthur Hill and Kate Reid. Thursday, June 7. Show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "THE VALACHI PAPERS" In color. Starring Charles Bronson. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 7, 8 and 9 Thursday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. Yawning chairman Sam Irvln, chairman of Watergate com- mittee, yawns and studies the witness, during session at Washington. OTTAWA (CP) Citizen groups, high-powered teams of executives and imaginative tele- vision programmers will mingle this week and next as the Cana- dian Radio-Television Comnus- ion holds hearings on third television service for Edmonton and Vancouver. The Edmonton hearings began Thursday. The lucrative Edmonton and Vancouver markets have drawn a total of eight applications, seven of which envisage becom- ing a part of the planned Global television network. Some appli- cants, however, have expressed concern at Gtobal's plan to take up to three-quarters of much prime-time advertising revenue. Global Communications Ltd. was recently authorized to set up Canada's third English tele- vision network, beginning with a group of southern Ontario sta- tions. It also plans a Winnipeg station in the near future. A complication with the Van- couver applications, to be heard at hearings beginning Monday, is a CBC application to set up a station in Victoria, using the ame channel the Vancouver Theatre turns to high drama By JAMES NELSON STRATFORD, Ont. (CP) With two family fare comedies on the boards for the 1973 Strat- ford Shakespeare Festival, the Stratford National Theatre of Canada turns tonight to high drama, Othello, starring Israeli actor Mahum Buchman. The festival revived its 1972 production of Oliver Gold- smith's She Stoops to Conquer Tuesday night with understudy Pat Bentley-Fisher in the role of Kate Hardcastle, brought to the Stratford stage last summer by Pat Galloway. Miss Gallo- way plans to return to the role in about three weeks if a bro- ken ankle is sufficiently men- ded. Neither She Stoops nor Mon- day's of Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew was a really new production, since one was the holdover and the other was mounted in Montreal ear- lier this year for the Stratford ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN paramount cinema 8th St 4th Ave. South, 327-510Q FRI. AND SAT. AT AND P.M. Move Downtown to Paramount Cinema ENDS TON1TE TWO PEOPLE' IN COLOR with PETER FONDA COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Public Swimming and Museum Facility Thun., Juno June June June June 11 FRITZ SICK Swim (Adults Only) 12 1 Swim (Adults only) 12 1 p.m. Public Swim 1 3 p.m. ond Swim 3-6 Swim 1-5 p.m. Family Swim 6-8 For Spring Maintenance LIONS Swim p.m. and 9 Swim p.m. and 9 Swim 1-5 p.m. and 6-9 Swim 1-5 p.m. and 6-9 Swim p.m. and 9 p.m. HENDERSON Swim 1 9 Swim 1 9 Swim 1-9 Swim 1 9 p.m. SIR ALEXANDER GALT p.m. TAVERN TONIGHT THRU SATURDAY 'Ghost Notional String Band' DINE AND DANCE LOUNGE (NO COVER CHARGE) TONIGHT thru SATURDAY "BEACON HILL" RED COACH LOUNGE TONIGHT thru SATURDAY "RON ROWE" HOTEL CORNER 4th AVE. and 7th ST. S. PHONE 327.3191 company's highly-successful European tour. But Othello tonight is a new production directed fay David William and designed by An- nena Stubbs. Interest centres on Mr. Buchman's portrayal of the moor for the first time in his career in English. He won a 1967 Best Actor award for the role in the National Theatre of Israel. Othello is one of Shake- speare's four great tragedies, along with Hamlet, Macbeth and King Lear. The latter was in Stratford's repetoire last year and was taken on a Eu- ropean tour with Wililam Hutt in the title role. RIGHT FOR COMPANY Though first performed al- most 175 years after Shake- speare's Othello, Goldsmith's play, She Stoops to Conquer fits handly into the Stratforc Festival mould. A prose play the language is as classic as any words by Shakespeare in iambic pentameter, and Strat- ford's production directed by Michael Bawtree and designed by Desmond Heeley, sparkles with good humor. It is the grandaddy of al English drawing-room farces the story of a country squire's family, their confused loves and social complications. Alan Scarfe plays Tony Lum- pkin, described by some author- ities as the best comic role in all English stage literature. As the squire's daughter Kate, Miss Bentley-Fisher beau- tifully replaces her silks am brocades with plainer stuff and so stoops in her intended lover's eye to become a barmaid. That lover, Charles Marlow played by Nicholas Pennell, is a strange young man, cold anc tongue-tied in the presence of the lady in silk but with a rov ing eye and passion to match in the presence of the barmaid She therefore, conquers. Patricia Collins and Barry MacGregor play the other frus trated lovers, but for them as for Kate and Marlow, all comes right in the end around the feast table. Squire Hardcastle played by Tony Van Bridge even forgives the scheming Mrs. Hardcastle, Amelia Hall. Herbert Whittaker, Toronto Globe and Mail critic, wrote: "Happily, Stratford has been able to find just the right kin< of very good actors and ac tresses to keep Michael Baw tree's production as high in ca libre as it was last year and, ir several ways, makes it a mor richly polished masterpiece "Miss Bentley-Fisher's per formance, despite some sligh indistinctness arising perhaps from not quite getting the fee of the difficult house, is as sat isfying in its spirit of fun as its physical proportion." Third TV service hearings open applicants want. But acme Van- couver interests argue in docu- ments filed with the CRTC that the CBC can use another chan- nel for Victoria. The Edmonton-Vancouver ap- plications have drawn a flood of interventions from groups who say any third television service should not be commercial. Among groups opposing planned commercial stations are branches of the Association for Public Broadcasting, the B.C. Teachers Federation, the B.C. Environmental Council, branches of the Committee for an Independent Canada, and the Surrey Arts Society. One Edmonton applicant, Western Coded Television Ltd., is seeking authority for pay- television service to accompany its proposed regular television service. It estimates the pay-TV service, which would be the first authorized in Canada, would bring in revenues of million in the first year of oper- ation and million in the fourth year. In pay-TV, the subscriber pays for each program he watches, with the possible ex- Radiomen favor Ottawa control Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Scorpio" Last Complete Show Adult, Not Suitable for Children PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Two People" Last Complete Show Adult, Not Suitable for Children COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean" Last Complete Show Adult, Not Suitable for Children GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Silent Running" "Country Music" One Complete Show Family Broadcasters name officers JASPER, Alta. Gallagher of CJGX Yorkton, Sask., was elected president of the Western Association of Broadcasters (WAS) at the an- nual meeting here. He succeeds Elmer Hilde- brand of CFAM and CHSM Al- tona, Man., as head of the or- ganization of owners and man- agers of private radio and tele- vision stations on the prairies. New directors elected to two- year terms are Harry Dekker of CJNB North Battleford, Sask., Gary Miles of CKRC Win- nipeg and Warren Holte of CFCW Camrose, Alta. JASPER (CP) Prairie broadcasters went on record Wednesday as favoring con- tinued control of Canadian broadcasting by the federal government rather than by the provinces. The Western Association of Broadcasters the or- ganization of owners and man- agers of private radio and tele- vision stations on the prairies, unanimously passed a resolu- tion to this effect at the windup of its annual convention. It followed an address to the meeting Monday by Communi- cations Minister Gerard Pelle- tier who reiterated the federal government's position that it has Ml jurisdiction in broad- casting. While it is prepared to allow some "input" by the provinces in communications policy, the minister said, Otta- wa has no intention of co-op- etoting with the provinces to the extent that it means dis- mantling of the present na- tional broadcasting system. Quebec already has made moves to take over regulations of cable television and Ontario has issued a policy statement saying that the provinces, and not the Canadian Radio Tele- vision Commission (CRTC) in Ottawa, should have full con- trol over all cable TV systems. R. M. MacLennan of CJOB Winnipeg, mover of the WAB resolution, said it was inspired in part by Mr. Pelletier's de- fence of the present federal regulatory system casting. FRIDAY and SATURDAY at the MINERS' 733-13th St. N. Members and Their Guests Only for broad- ception in some cases of occa- sional free shows. Although pay-TV systems have been in- stalled in some Canadian hotels, the companies have not sought CRTC licences. In Edmonton, Edmonton Video Ltd., the only applicant that does not intend to join Global, foresees the highest rev- enues and costs in the first two years of operation, although In the third year another appli- cant, NorAl Communications Ltd., expects higher revenue. Edmonton Video forecasts revenue of million and costs of million in the third year, while NorAl estimates revenue of million and costs of million. Continental Communications (Alberta) Ltd. expects revenues of million and costs of million in the third year, while A. M. Shoults expects revenue of million and costs of million. LABOR (LIB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "MARKET PLACE" Members and their enlyl green acres drive-in TWITE FRI. and SAT. Mmr Or. CwW 327-1100 AS TIMELY AS TODAY'S HEADLINES IS THIS THE WAY IT IS GOING TO BE? An Incredible that beyond imagination I "silent FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT HIT NO. 2 coLOR'COUNTRY MUSIC'IN COLOR MARTY ROBBINS DOTTIE WEST paramount NOW SHOWING AT P.M. St a 4th AM. South. 3Z7-S100 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN BURT. LANCASTER ALAIN DELON PAULSCOFIELD "SCORPIO" United Artisti Starts TOMORROW AT AND P.M. college cinema 1AST TIMES TONITE "LIFE AND TIMES OF JUDGE ROY BEAN" THE MARTIAL ARTS MASTERPIECE; Sights and sounds like never before! SEE one incredible I Nl CO WE PREPARED for onslaught after another' I PALE before the forbidden M the of a ,jfetjme, ritual of the steel palm1 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN CHEER the young warrior who alone takes on the evil war-lords of martial aits' Extreme violence may be objectionable to some people See the demonstration by 'Orr Karate and Kung Fu Studios' in front of College Cinema Theatre in the Mall ;