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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Mary, Queen of Scots play on Toronto stage TORONTO (CP) Mary, Queen o[ Scols, stands promi- nrnt among the tragic figures o[ history and, on first reflection, seems an unlikely heroine [or o musical. However, as brought In life In (he Charlollelown Festival Com- pany musical production of Mary, the ill-fated loth-century queen loses none of her tragic stature. Mary, first performed by tho company at the annual summer festival in Charlottetown last year, began a two-week engage- ment at the O'Keefe Centre THE CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE FOR STUDENTS For Ilie exlra summer help you need to replace em- ployees on vacation for odd jobs around your home hundreds of Blu- denls now available for work Just coll last night before a near-ca- pacity audience that gave hearty applause for every scone, although ;i lukewarm ovation at the evening's end. There was the inevitable com- parison with Ihc movie, Mary, Queen of Scots, that makes the point of altering the conflict between two female rivals for the throne of England, Mary and Eliza- beth. Christopher Gore, a 29-year- old American who wrote the book and lyrics for Mary, says he took the approach "that tliis is her story, not Elizabeth's." "We use the love story be- tween Lord Bothwell and Mary as the central unifying theme rather than the conflicting per- sonalities of Mary and Eliza- beth." KEPT TO HISTORY In this, he has kept closer to the recorded events of history, following Mary's life from the lime she left her childhood home in France to return to Scotland as queen, through the intrigues and Jove affairs that precipitated her eventual fate, death by executic ders of Elizabeth. death by execution on the or- Marilyn Lightstone, who ere ated the role, endowed the char- acter of Mary with both the dig- nity and joie de vivre that ex- emplified the power and charm history attributes to the queen, who was able lo retain her Catholic failh in an environment ot fervent Protestantism. Jinllnvell was played with gruff roguery by Don McManus. The highly-functional set of simulated grey castle stone, curtained in.scL and revolving walls was designed by Edward Kotancn of Thunder Bay, Ont. Director Alan Lund's choreog- raphy of Scottish dances and stylized battle scenes was strongly applauded, although comments were heard among the audience that the show's music, by Canadian composcr- arranger Howard Cable, lacked any memorable melodies. Herbert Whittaker, Globe and Mail theatre critic, says the Charlottelown production "fills the big stage of O'Keefe Centre generously with much pagean- try, resounding speech, trum- peting music and high flourish." date set WINNIPEG (CP) Premier Ed Schrcycr announced Tues day a byeleclion will be held Friday, June 16 in the soulh- cenlral Winnipeg constituency ot Wolscley, since before the start of the current Mani- toba legislature session. The seat, a 16ng-time Con- servative stronghold, had been held by Leonard Claydon who died in December. The previous member was former premier Duff Rohlin. Liberal lender I. H. Asper al- ready has been nominated in his first attempt to gain a leg- islature seat since taking over the party post more than a year ago. He passed up three pre- vious byelections. With Wolselcy vacant, stand- ing in the 57-member legisla- ture is NDP 30. Progressive Conservative 20, Liberal three, Social Credit one and two In- dependents. fn bye'ections since coming lo power in 1969, the NDP look rural Ete. Rose from the Lib- erals and St. Vital in Greater Winnipeg from the Conserva- tives. The Conservatives retain- ed Minnedosa, formerly held i by Waller Weir who succeeded I Mr. P.oblin as premier. In the Centre of Things N WED., MAY 10th VIMY LOUNGE "SUNSET 4" SATV MAY 13tn BEAVER ROOM "BARNEY AND THE BEER NUTS" Royal Canadian Legion FRI., MAY 12th BEAVER ROOM "BARNEY AND THE BEER NUTS" SAT., MAY 13th VIMY LOUNGE 'VSNCE DITRICH" Returning by Popular Demand from Scotland DENCJIS ClANCY and ARTHUR SPINK for a full week-May 22-27 GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS 1st AVENUE AND 9lh ST. S. ---------------------------------------------Wednesday, May 10, 1971 THt LETHBRIDGE HERAtO 7 teams gner TANGENT MOMENT A tangent moment is enjoyed off-camera of Durangc, Mexico, by Ben Jchnson and Ann- Mcrgret. They ere malting "The Train Robber" there along with some actor named John Wayne. LONDON riieulcr) Amcri-'lhe Urilisli Broadcasting Corp. can ai lor Robert Wagner and and Universal TV in the United liriton David McCallum have! Staled. signed for a lij-parl television j The stories arc based on two series based on Colditz uook.s by liritish Army Major (he famous German .Secoiuli fat Kcid. who is acting as con- W o r 1 d War prisoner-of-war j sullant for the scries, now being camp. filmed at Colditz Casllc in Easl The series Hill be called Col- Germany. diU and will be co-pioduced by; LOXDON (AP) Michael Wilding. 10-year-old son of film star Elizabeth Taylor, has re- treated (o the top of a Welsh mountain. "I just don't dig all those dia- monrts and said Wild- ing, referring to liis stepfather Richard Burton's habit of lav- ishing expensive baubles on Miss Taylor. Wilding told The Daily Mirror lhat he lias taken his wife Beth and their baby daughter Leyla NELSON. B.C. (CP) Mayor live frugally with a commune Resignation chief sought Louis Maglio, chairman of the Nelr.on Police Commission, has rquesled the resignation of Chief H. M. Tomlinson, who has headed the force since 19G4. family in a four-bedroom 19th- century farm house high in the desolate Cambrian Mountains of Wales. They gave up a home The request for the chief's J in London which Miss Taylor resignation was contained in a i gave them as a wedding letter to the chief which was j present, made public Tuesday. He is I is the son of Miss DAVID McCALUJM Theatre owner NDP candidate PEACE TUTOR 'CP) .'Jake Van-Voorst, a Fchview theatre operator, was nnminated lo rep- resent Peace niver constituen- cy for the New Democratic Parly in the nest federal elec- tion. He was selected after dele- gates voted by mail to setlle a conlroversy in which none of tlie three candidates for the nomination had a majority. Dalton Camp, former nation- al Progressive Conserva live president, says he will not be a candidate in the next fed era! election. He said there have been For Your Dining Pleasure STEAK OUT Will BE OPEN EVERY SUNDAY, COMMENCING THIS SUNDAY, MAY 14fh FROM 4.30P.M. TO 10.00P.M. Our Licensed Dining Room is open Monday through Saturday from p.m. to 12 Midnight. College Shopping Moll Mayor Mogrolh Diivc 327-7123 DALTON CAJIP won't run inors that he has been consid- ering seeking the PC nomina- tion in the New Brunswick rid' ing of York-Sunbury, "but 1 have made a decision T will not run at all. Former prime minister Lrs- ter Pearson says he hopes President Nixon's latest moves in Vietnam will, as Mr. Nixon says, bring peace, but he adds "I can't help but wonder." Mr. Pearson pave his views j when asked in Ottawa for his j 'B reaction to the U.S. decision to) 3-1 mine North Vietnamese har- I hors by some high schooi stu-1 i-' dents from throughout Canada v.iio are here for a visit. He said Mr. Nixon's an- nouncement gave him a sensa- tion of "fear and trembling." The man who gunned Bonnie and Clyde has losl Ills bid (o return lo law enforce- ment as sheriff of Dallas coun- ty- Ted Hinton, 67. was beaten by incumbent Sheriff Clarence Jones in the Democratic nrim- ary vole to a candidate for November's c'.cclions. Hinton is the surviving member ol the six-man posse which ambushed and killed bank rohhers Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker in 193-1. The United Stales favcrnmenl has filed suit to bar photogra- pher Ronald Galclhi from tak- ing pictures of Jaroiiclinp, Oiv afeis and her two children, say- ing the free-lancer, w i t h his "outrageous behavior." has in- j tcrfercd wilh Secret Service agents charged with protecting the children. j The government's suit [or a permauenl injunction is in addi- tion to civil counlersuits filed by Mrs. Onasis and Gplolla in fcd'- eral court over Galclla's at- tempts lo photograph the widow and children of President John K. Kennedy. asked to resign effective July 1.1 Taylor's marriage to British MFi Van-Voorst had led the Chief Tomlinson said he will j actor MichaeMVilding. three candidates. He defeated make a statement Friday, add-1 j Poecr Ireland, a Grande Prai- ing that the request for his I RICHMOXD, Ind. fAP) school vice-principal, lesignation appears to be the Kenneth Mac-Donald, 70, nDese a farm- icsult of personal animosity he- "-h" in hveen liiinseh' and Mayer Mag- lio. Mayor Maglio said there are i some problems wilhin the pol- ice force, but added that be- cause there are personnel in- volvcd. ho rloRsn'l to elab- orate at this time. CONSTABLES RESIGN Three constables have resign- ed or have indicated they will resign from the force in the last few weeks. Mayor Maglio said these resignations arc tied in with the police commission re- quest, for Chief Tomlinson's res- ignation. Prior to joining the Nelson force. Chief Tomlinson was a member of the Edmonton police department for IB years. Belly Grable ill willi ulcer HOLLYWOOD (AP) Belly Grable has been forced to can- cel an appearance in Ko, No. in Melbourne, Austra- lia, becuase of a duodenal ulcer, a spokesman for the ac- trcs.s said here. 3fcs Gr.iblp. has been in hospital for about 10 days for treatment. Sources in Australia said Cyd Charisse would replace Miss Grable in (lie musical produc- tion. who for 10 years played a judge !er was dr0ppert [rom uie race in the Perry Mason television I pl-ior to Ulc vote. series, died Fndav. MacDonald i had appeared in "a number ofj will contest motion pictures, including The'the riding against the incum- Ten Commandments and The bent, Progressive Conserrativa Cain Mutiny. Dies in prison VANCOUVER (CP) Cor- nells Cerardus Polvliet, [ormcr of 61. the Commonwealth Trust Co., has died at Agassiz Mountain Pris- on, where he was serving a three-year sentence for theft and [raud. House leader Gerald Baldwin, and Liberal Ed Kimpe of Grande Prairie. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic Suite 8-304 5th SI. S. Ph. 327-7244 lelhbKdnn CHOOSE TRADEMARK HOUSTON. Tex. (AP) Humble Oil and Refining Co. said here it has decided to use EXXON as ils primary trades- mark and corporale name. CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "HAROLD AND MAUDE" In Color. Starring Ruth Gordon and Bud Corl. Wednesday, May 10. Show at p.in Adult not suitable for children. PINCHES CRtEK Fox Theatre 'MO RILLINGTON PLACE'1 In Color. Wednesday and Thursday. May 10 and 11. Wednesday show at p.in, Adult no( suitable for children. TABER Tower Theatre A GREAT NOTION" In Color. Starring Paul Newman, Henry Fonda and Lee Reinick. Wednes- day, May 10. Shows at and p.m. Adult not suitable for children. "Friendliest, Happiest Place in Town" Monte Carto Dance Academy PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Hoi Rock'' Complete Show 9.13 PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 0-25 "The Carey Treatment" Last Car.mlcte Show rOIXKGI'] CJ.Mi.1IA Short "Swedish Fly Girls" Last Complete Show r.UF.r.N ACHES DRIVE-IN Kelly" 9.00 Nest" One Complete Show Lethbridge Playgoers Present William Shakespeare1! "MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM" YATES CENTRE MAY 11-12-13 8 P.M. Admission Adulli Available ap Leiiler'i ILKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue Soulh EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 50 NUMBERS 2nd JACKPOT IN 55 'NUMBERS IN 56 NOS. IN 57 NOS. If no bingo called afler 57 noi. we will conlinue for NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AtfOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, MAY 11-BARNEY AND THE BEER NUTS FRIDAY, MAY 12-BLUES SATURDAY, MAY 13-4 HITS AND A MISS PHONE 71100 REEN ACRES DRIVE-IN I TONIGHT and THURS.J ROCK HUDSON SYLVIA KOC1NA ADULT HIT s "NED IN COLOR NO. 2 NICK JAGGER Gales open p.m. Show starts p.m. TONIGHT thru THURS. AT AND P.M. The first fun picture of the year! Robert Redford George Segal BlfiU lOVf- MUSHY LNGrB MINDtR DANIFL GRIN nncl Iho AIR HOSTESSES FROM COPENHAGEN RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE NOW SHOWING AT AND 9.15 P.M. ADUtT-NOT SUITABIE TOR CHItDREN TONIGHT thru SAT. AT and P.M. It's called THE CARET TREATMENT PANAVISION' METROCOLOR ;