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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thundoy, March 1973 THE inNMIDGC HtRM.0 7 Theatre not inferior TORONTO (CP) The idea that. Canadian theatre is infe- rior to that of other countries is a myth but it still dogs the theatre world, says Leon Major, general director of the Toronto Arts Foundation. Mr. Major, former director of the Neptune Theatre in Hali- fax, who is also artislic direc- tor of the theatre company at the St. Lawrence Centre here, said in an interview that this reputation for inferiority is the biggest problem the theatre faces, apart from money. "I think we still have to live with that myth, although there is a wave of nationalism and young people haven't that attitude. "Our people are faced with DNlGHT THRU SATURDAY The The New Ima ge AT THE 733 13th ST. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONIYI "Ria" is back at The Town Chef EVERY THURSDAY EVENING from p.m. in Ihe DINING ROOM Located across from The Paramount Thealra tarn LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS Blues" SATURDAY "Vibration" CABARET DANCE Music by "Portrait" Men Each Ladies Fret Saturday 9 p.m.- 1 a.m. Main Hall Members and their guests onlyl the question: Well, if you are so good, what are you doing here? Why aren't you in the United States if you are so good? "We have to crack through that." Sitting in his mod-decorated office a block Iron) the St. Lawrence Centre, Mr. Major spoke quietly but enthusiasti- cally about the prospects for lus repertory company and the theatre generally, LET'S THINK BIG "We have to crack through that inferiority myth and get rid of the small thoughts. We have to say to hell with them, let's go big. I don't mean ex pensive, but big in thought. We have to break through the iron bands entrapping us, and let our imagination go. "That's very hard to do when you've been conditioned not to." The theatre company of the St. Lawrence Centre, which is owned by the city of Toronto has a season of five plays this year, all classics except for Les Belles Soeurs by Quebec's Michel Tremblay, which opens April 3. I TURNOVER HIGH I Mr. Major came from Hall fax to" the St. Lawrence Centic in 1969 and took over as gen eral director in 1970. He said his plans for the future are simple "To make this place work." He has a resident compan; of 22 actors, with an a n n u a turnover of roughly 50 to per cent of his personnel. 'He' like to have 70 to 75 per cen of his repretory group return each year. But so far the compan does not have a summer sea son, nor does it tour outside o Toronto. It makes once-a-yea visits to the National Arts Cen tre in Ottawa. Mr. Major said the theatr in Canada needs more trainin grounds. One theatre schpo the National in Montreal, "jus doesn't serve us." "We need to remember tha art is universal. We've bee too timid and we have got t throw off (hat timidity. I don think money alone can solve all. You just have to plu away, and keep working at Mr. Major said Canada producing good writers for th Uieatre, but so far not specta ular ones. "The writers are of their own experience, which is absolutely right, and they are reflecting their own environ- ment, in Cape Breton or wher- ever. But it's a narrow view, and I think graudally they have to expand their view. "And our writers are not yet writing poetry for the theatre. That's what I'm asking poetry, not necessarily in verse form. But I think it will come." CBC makes application for Calgary TV station CALGAHY (CP) The Cana-1 dian Broadcasting Corporation has applied to build and oper- ate a television station in Cal- gary, executive vice president Lister Sinclair announced here. He told a news conference the application could be consid- ered by the Canadian Radio- Television Commission in June and, if approved, the station could be broadcasting by the fall of 1974. The proposed station would have facilities for local news and public affairs production, commentaries and entertain ment with local talent.' The CBC now is representet in Calgary through CFAC-TV an affiliate of the national net work. Engineering plans for the sla- ion have been completed and he CBC is prepared to go ahead "as quickly as we csn." The station would employ about 70 persons. A CBC radio station in the city now has a staff of 35. Medicine Hat gets grant EDMONTON (CP) Health Minister Neil Crawford has an- nounced a grant of to the Medicine Hal and District Association for Retarded Chil- dren. Mr. Crawford said grant will assist in tlic construction of a training centre for 55 adults. PUII niLlr 3 Who Take Time lo Build Beit" Bring you finest in Stereo entt now pvailable at: JACK'S RADIO TV SALES SERVICE 302 13th St. N. Phone 327-4979 Mrs. Sullivan wins post STIRLING (HNS) Mrs. Muriel Sullivan has been em- ployed as secretary -treasurer for the village. Office hours will be from p.m. to 6 p.m. every Monday Wednesday, and Friday. paramount INOW SHOWING DAILY AT P.M. Actr-ess honored Actress Rosalind Russell holds the Oscar symbolic of tha Jean Hersholf Humanitarian Award presented lo her at the Academy Awards show. The award goes "to an in- dividual In the motion picture industry whose humanilari- an efforts have brought credit to the industry." suit thrown out LOS ANGELES (AP) A suit against the CBS and entertainer Rod Serling was dismissed here after four days of trial. Silent film star Mary Miles Minter filed the suit following broadcast ot a television pro- gram involving the unsolved murder of director William Des- mond Taylor in 1922. Miss Minter said the pro- grams "outraged her charac- ter" and "invaded her private life" by "relating her to the events preceding and sur- rounding the assassination." SPECIAL SATURDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE FAMILY SHOW ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 15th GAME JACKPOT IN 55 NO5. in 56 NOS.'- in 57 NOS. IF no bingo called after 57 numbers will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 50 NOS. NO ONE UNDER 16 TEAKS ALIOWED1 PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Today's Showtimes 'ARAMOUI'IT CINEMA I 'Young Winston" One Complete Show Family PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Poseidon Adventure" Last Complete Show Adult COLLEGE CINEMA "The Godfather" Ott3 Complete Show Restricted Adult GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN "Kelly's Heroes" "Dirty Dingus Magee" One Complete Show Adult Bth Ave, South. 327-S100 A ROUSING ADVENTURE STORY JUDITH CRIST, NBC-TV (today ihow) COLUMBIA PICTURES FAMILY CARL FOREMAN RICHARD AmNBOSOUGH ROBERT ANNE SHAW BANCROFT WARD tad londoW. n YOUNG WINSTON MATINEE SATURDAY AT P.M. fith St. 4th Ave. South, 327 5100 SATURDAY p.m. Only CHILDREN'S MATINEE Doors Open p.m. Show at p.n ON THE SCREEN IN COLOR II IN COLOR With John Wayne Red Buttons Plus CARTOONS All Seats This Matinee Only Weekend Entertainment for ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY Thursday, Friday and Saturday "HAPPY GANG" Saturday Upstairs "RAYMOND CANADIANS" SOUTHERN ALBERT. THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "JOE KIDD" In Technicolor. Starring Clint Eastwood, Robert Duvall and John Saxon. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 29, 30 and 31. Thursday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE LEGEND OF NIGGAR CHARLIE" In color. Starring Fred Williamson. Thursday, Friday and Satur- daj', March 29. 30 and 31. Thursday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. P1NCHER CRtEK Fox Theatre "THE BALLAD OF CABLE HOGUE" In color. Star- ring Jason Robards and Stella Stevens. Thursday, March 29. Show at p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "EVERY LITTLE CROOK AND NANNY' In color. Starring Victor Mature and Lynn Redgrave. Thursday and Friday, March 29 and 30. Thursday shows at and p.m. Adult. GEORGE DESOUZA SHOW TO P.M. GEORGE HAS THRILLED AUDIENCES IN SUCH PLACES AS THE CAVE IN VAN- COUVER, THE CHATEAU IACOMBE, ROYAl YORK AND MANY OTHER MAJOR HOTELS ACROSS CANADA. Bring the family and enjoy the famous Park Plaza Smorgasbord in the Dining Lounge at Special Family Rates. Listen to the famous George Desouza while you dine. George will be enter- taining in the Imperial Lounge Saturday evening, PARK PLAZA MOTOR HOTEL COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT-CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING AND SKATING SCHEDULE Facility Thurs., Mar. 291 Tii., Mar. 30 Sat., Mor. 31 j Sun., Apr. 1 Won., Apr. 2 FRITZ Hour Only) 1 p.m. ADAMS PARK and Skate 2-4 Skating 10-'" 8-10 p.m. Public 5 -7-3" n Public ICE p.m. NOTE: There be no iwim en Thursday, March 19 due to a prevloui booking commit menl. Ako, noie Iha change in foi family jwimming on Sunday, April I. SHOWING At p.m. WINNER OF 2 ACADEMY AWARDS THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL in AZTEC LOUNGE BALtADS by 'CARM' HSX.UPS.DE DOWN CABARET SAVOY SUITE I Combining fteTalents of K Academy Award Winners I Thursday ana friday Everyone admitted FREE Saturday cover charge ptr person SHOWING TONITE THRU SATURDAY In the FRONTIER DINING ROOM Playing For your dancing and Sat' from to p.m. Kelly's Heroes 'HARRY BAILEY' fat ihe keyboard) Also playing for your lis- tening Sundayi from 6 p.m. lo 8 p.m. QrtGasMoatTeVSawaks DonR-cKes Ca-rcvlOCcrra and DcnaU'S'jlhefiaro' inKELLYS HEROES DIRTY DiNGUS MAGEE Gates Open 7 Sfarts NOW SHOWING AT P.M. ONLY WINNER OF 3 ACADEMY AWARDS ;