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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Soturday, Moy 13, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Festival for the rich TORONTO (CP) A run- down of participants in tlie Theatre Canada '72 Festival, to be held in Saskatoon May 21-27, shows a predominance of youth groups, and the rea- son for this, say festival offi- cials, is mainly financial. Of 17 groups taking part in the festival, 11 are Irom, or closely associated with, high schools and universities. One of the 11 is a professional company. Also taking pail be two groups classified as semi-professional, two am- ateur groups and two puppet companies, one professional, the other semi-professional. "It's a fact of life that uni- versities will normally get liind their says Eve Gilstorf, director of public re- lations for Theatre Canada. "Community groups have to D5ETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic Suite 8-304 5th St. S. Ph. 33.7-7244 LethbrV-- think of the coming season and most can't afford the ex- pense of travelling to a festi- val, whereas kids, if they have to, can even hitchhike to get comments Jeanne Sabourin, director of Theatre Canada's theatre arts serv- ices. "Without subsidies, what you're doing is running a fes- tival for the says Mike Spence, a board-of-governors member. ENTRIES SHOW DROP The festival, the second in the non-competitive showcase format initiated last year as .1 successor to the competitive Dominion Drama Festival of previous years, drew 51 appli- cants this year, compared to 72 in 1971 when 24 groups were invited to Ottawa. The change of festival venue to Saskatoon is cited as a factor in the drop in number of applicants, who are obliged to meet their own travelling and accommodation expenses. Even so, only two provinces and Prince Edward be unre- Passport Photos Candid Wxldtrigi Pkturt Framing Photo SunpliH A. L CROSS STUDIO 328-0111 710 3rd An. S. Phone 326-0222 ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 56 NUMBERS 2nd JACKPOT IN 56 NUMBERS IN 57 NOS. IN 58 NOS. If no bingo called after 58 nos. we will continue for NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS TONITE 4 HITS AND A MISS SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE ANDROMEDA STRAIN" In color. Starring David Wayne, Arthur Hill and Kate Reid. Saturday, May 13. Shows at and p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "ANGEL UNCHAINED" In color. Starring Don Slroud, Luke Askew and Aldo Ray. Saturday, May 13. Show at p.m. Adult. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "PLAZA SUITE" In color. Starring Walter Matthau, Maureen Stapelton and Lee Grant. Saturday and Sunday, May 13 and 14. Show Time each night p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "KIDNAPPED" In Color. Starring Michael Caine. Sat- urday, May 13, shows at and p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "LAWMAN" In color. Starring Hurt Lancaster and Lee J. Cobb, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday. May 13. 15 and 16. Saturday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. presented at Festival '72. Although festivals outside the national capital were not ruled out in the revamping ot the DDF, the Ottawa site was deemed most practical as a central meeting point. "But this year we had to honor an invitation which Sas- katoon had extended to the festival three or four years Mrs. Gilstorf explained. Up to two years ago, travel- ling granls were available through the Canada Council for participants in the DDF, which was held at a different Canadian centre each year. Since that time, Theatre Canada has received no gov- ernment funds, but a brief re- questing financial aid was presented recently to Secre- PLAN PRODUCTIONS Paying their own way this year will be: the Dalhousie Musical and Dramatic Soci- ety, Halifax; St. Francis Xav- ier Performing Group, Anti- gonish, N.S.; Les Feux Chal- ins, Moncton, N.B.; Univer- site dc Moncton; University of New Brunswick Drama Soci- ety, Fredericton; Les Marion- nettes de Montreal; Sir Rob- ert B o r d e n High School Drama Club, Ottawa; Cana- dian Puppet Festivals, To- ronto; Dei Gelosi Compagnia, St. Catharines, Ont.; The No Name Theatre, Tec-Voc Trav- ellers and Actors' Showcase, all from Winnipeg; Gateway Players and Feehan IJigli School Theatre Guild, both from the host city; Theatre Francais d'Edmonton; Medi- cine Hat College; and Com- pany 1 of Victoria, B.C. In addition to 20 produc- tions, of which more than half are Canadian works or origi- nal company creations, the festival in Saskatoon will offer a special children's day pro- gram on the final day, as well as daily workshops and panel discussions with theatre pro- fessionals. Award grants OTTAWA federal grants totalling to for- estry departments at the Uni- versity of New Brunswick, Laval, Toronto and British Col- umbia were announced here by Environment Minister Jack Davis. In a news release, the Minis- ter said the grants will be used to provide bursaries, support technical personnel and pur- chase research equipment. Each department will receive a 20 per-cent increase from last year, Mr. Davis said. APPEARING NIGHTLY In The "AZTEC" Lounge At The EL RANCHO WM. JAMES ROGERS Star of TV and Radio, ly relumed from Cross Can- ada Tour with "Ann Murray." For Your Dining Pleasure WILL BE OPEN EVERY SUNDAY, COMMEMCIfJG THIS SUNDAY, MAY 14th FROM 4.30P.M. TO 10.00P.M. Our Licensed Dining Room is open Monday through Saturday from p.m. to 12 Midnight. ITEAK OUT College Shopping Moll Mayor Magrath Drivo 327-7123 j Dean Martin sued for million DEAN MARTIN HOLLYWOOD fAP) Actor Dean Martin has been hit with a SO million damage suit charging that he refused to continue working on the film Showdown. The suit filed yesterday by Universal Studios seeks to re- cover the costs of production which was halted May 8 when Martin left the filming location in Chama, N.M., the studio said. Universal said Martin had Movie stars under FBI surveillance WASHINGTON (Rcuter) nam were later the Columnist Jack Anderson says i columnist quotes the document the FBI has secret files on Jane Fonda, Marlon Brando, Paul Newman, Harry Belafonte and other Hollywood stars. One of the. FBI's fattest dos- siers is oa Academy Award ac- tress Miss Fonda, writes Ander- son, who published excerpts from what he said were the se- cret FBI files. None of the stars under sur- veillance was accused of any crime or suspected subversion, says Anderson. Anderson says the most faith- ful fans of Miss Fonda, a staunch critic of the Vietnam war, are FBI agents who moni- tor her activities around the world and submit detailed re- ports on her anti-war routines. He says the Fonda file is stuffed with reports marked confidential and secret and one stamped "top foreign dissemination abroad." The top-secret document said an unnamed source told the FBI the North Vietnamese embassy in Moscow bought a plane ticket for Miss Fonda to travel to Mos- cow and Hanoi from the U.S. in March. 1971. Anderson says. But "the trip was discontin- ued as all visas to North Viet- as saying. Anderson says the FBI files contained "all soils of titillating Lidbits" on Brando, Newman, Rock Hudson, Tony Randall, Zero Moslei and others. He does not give details on these files. The FBI also has files on black leaders and sportsmen, including football player Joe Namath, Anderson writes. agreed to a 12-week contract at a week, but had worked only from April 11 to May 8. LONDON (Reuter) The search for a new film James Bond has been switched to the British Army, where talent scouts are hoping to find a would-be 007 among the ranks. A firm of film-casting agents has written to the headquarters of the army's elite parachute regiment, the Special Air Serv- ice, asking if they happen to have a bond type available. The agents believe an SAS type would be suitable, listing the following qualifications: minimum height, six-feet-two inches, age 28 or less, superb athlete, handsome, broad-shoul- dered and dominant personality. Actor Sean Connery, who has starred as 007 in all but one of the Bond films, has announced he definitely will not be making another. NUDISTS MEET The first World Congress of Nudists will be held the week of Aug. 2 at the North Adriatic summer resort of Rovinj. Show Times PARAMOUNT Saturday Matinee "Son of Lassie" One Complete Show Short Subjects "Sitting Target" Last Complete Show Sunday "Sitting Target" Short Subjects One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Saturday Short Subjects "The Carey Treatment" Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects "The Ways of Women" One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Saturday Matinee "Son of Lassie" Last Complete Show Short "Swedish Fly Girls" Last Complete Show Sunday Matinee "Son of Lassie" One Complete Show Sunday "Then Ten Commandments" One Complete Show r.REKN ACRES DRIVE-IN Saturday "Adios Sabata" Break" One Complete Show Sunday "Bunny 0'IIare" "Bsltla Nerelva" One Complete Show 9-30 Lethbridge Playgoers Present William Shakespeare's "MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM" YATES CENTRE-TONIGHT-8 P.M. Admission Adults Available at the door YOUR PHsLIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV I A r WS. RADIO AND TV a 302 13th ST. N. THE EL RANCHO CABARET PRESENTS "The Whitewash" FROM CALGARY Thursday Cabaret' EVERYONE ADMITTED FREEI COUIGE 'CINEMA SUNDAY at P.M. ONLY HElSCRAPPY PUP BECOMES A HERO! METRCM30LDWN-MAYER pmtm TECHNICOLOR- BRUCE their many ways of love... laughter... lust..i and p.m. y Women fVxVccdarx] Directed byGArid Aid. An InKa PHONE 71100 It I Iff E 111 REEN ACRES DRIVE-IN JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-GOUTTS I LAST TIME TONIGHT COLLEGE CINEMA STARTS SUNDAY One Show at 8 p.m. "ADIOS SABATA" IN COLOR YUL BREAK" IN COLOR BRIAN KEITH STARTS SUNDAY Bene ERnesi BORGNSN6 ADULT Not suitable for children K. 2 'BATTLE OF NERETVA' in Color YUL BRYNNER GATES OPEN P.M. SHOW STARTS P.M. RESTRICTED ADULT TONSGHT thru TUES. AT AND P.M. Showing Sunday ot p.m. A woman is his target... No cage can hold his lust for revenge. srmyG TARGET 6IB1F TOVE SUSAN HURlEr INGEB STENOER DANIEL GRIM and the AIR HOSTESSES FROM COPENHAGEN RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE CINEMA LAST TIMES TONIGHT AT AND P.M. ADULT-NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN LAST TIMES TONIGHT AT and P.M. It's called THECAREY TREATMENT PANAVISION' METROCOLOR PARAMOUNT PICTURES IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE RETURN OF THE GREATEST FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT OF ALL TIME! THE PARTING OF THE RED SEA The Single Most Spectacular Scene Ever Filmed. CECIL B.DiMILLC'S.....-THE TEN COMMANDMENTS HESTON EliVMR BAXilR ROBINSON DECARIO DEREK mKm i.Tn Showin Monday at p.m. Only ;