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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HEHALi) IfJ, 19V4 Described as 'anarchists and revolutionaries9 Trudeau, colleagues take criticism in play calmly MAGNUSSEN Tburs., Oct. 10 thru Sun., Oct. 13 The Premier Event in the Beautiful New CANADA GAMES SPORTSPLEX 7 Spectacular Performances 4 Thin.. Fri. Sal. 8 p.m. Sun. 6 p.m. 3 MitiMU: Sit. 12 noon. Sit. 4 p.m. Sun. 2 p.m PriCM: Youths: 16 end under OH at Thurs. 8 p.m.. Sat 12 noon, Sat. 4 p.m. and Sun. 6 p.m. Box OfflCM Now Open CANADA GAMES SPORTSPLEX and EATONS (Credit Dipt.) Charge lee on Your Eaton Charge Account Ticket Information and Reaervatioro-Phone 329-4737 TicKels by Mail- Send cHeque or money order, payable to City of Lethbndge, to Ice Capades Box Office. Canada Games Sportsplex, City Hall, Lethbndge, Alberta State number of tickets (adults youths) price and performance desired Enclose self-addressed, stamped envelope for prompt return of tickets. Don't Delay Act Now' WEST COAST SEAFOODS Truckload Sale of Fresh Fish and Seafoods will be held at GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN on Mayor Magrath Dr. Thurs. and September 19th and 20th 11 a.m. to p.m. Herring Oysters Halibut Shrimp Salmon Smoked Fish Ask for new price list and schedule ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NEW BLACKOUT Played Till Won (No Number Limit) IP WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD (No Limit Purchased) PAYS DOUBLE No 16 allowed ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT Friday, Sept. TRIO" Saturday, Sept. "TABEB SUGAR BEAT" OTTAWA (CP) Prime Minister Trudeau and two of his top cabinet ministers sat calmly in a crowd of about 1.- 000 Monday night and heard themselves described as "anarchists and rev- olutionaries." As many of those present burst into laughter, the prime minister exchanged a private quip ahd a grin with Transport Minister Jean Marchand over the description contained in the play Charbonneau et le Chef. For the two men and their colleague Communications Minister Gerard Pelletier, the play at the National Arts Centre was a theatrical and apparently loosely- interpreted return to a struggle they fought 25 years ago in Asbestos, Que. The play by Dominican priest Rev. John Thomas McDonough dramatizes the conflict that arose between former Quebec premier Maurice Duplessis and Joseph Charbonneau, then Roman Catholic archbishop of Montreal, over Msgr. Char- bonneau's support of striking asbestos miners. Ranged with the archbishop, other churchmen, and workers against le the mine owners were Mr. Trudeau, a 29-year-old lawyer, Mr. Marchand, secre- tary-general of the Con- federation of Canadian Catholic Workers, and Mr. Pelletier, then a reporter for Montreal Le Devoir. Mr. Marchand was the only one of the three portrayed on stage in the production by La Compagnie Jean Duceppe of Montreal. After the production, Mr. Marchand was the centre of attraction as he met his stage counterpart and the other ac- tors backstage with Mr. Trudeau and Mr. Pelletier. He laughingly declined to repeat what he and the prime minister said when the character playing Mr. Duplessis called them radicals, but he regaled, the troupe with tales of what it was like fighting a union bat- tle under the tight thumb of the Union Nationale govern- ment of the time. He warmly greeted Jean Ri- card, the actor who portrayed him as a minor character, but later told reporters the conflict was considerably different in reality. "You know that's not really the role I he said. "I led the whole damn As for Mr. Trudeau and Mr. Pelletier, Mr. Marchand said they were never arrested dur- ing the dispute, despite a com- ment made in the play. The prime minister, who gave assistance and legal ad- vice to the strikers, was work- ing for the Privy Council of- fice in Ottawa at the time. Both he and Mr. Pelletier marvelled over the perform- ance of Jean Duceppe as Pre- mier Duplessis and said the play captured the spirit of the time if not the actual events. Radio Now Over 200 Stores Coast to Coast in Canada to Serve You! 331012 33-1002 SAVE Headset Ono A9S NOW 7 SAVE Custom "Pro" Headphones Reg. 29.95 Jt M OC NOW Sensational value in a custom headset! Features exclusive "Bassport" design for full 20-20.000 Hz response. Gives added highs and lows. 10' coiled cord- 4-16 ohms. NOfl ed cord. 4-16 ohms. PRICES IN EFFECT UNTIL SEPT. 28th 1974 .peosio" hi9h SALE Buy One Three-Pock And Get Another For Only 1 Cent NOW 2 FOR 2 Re9- 59.95 NOIV 4995 or Perfect- COUPON ee pa tk Concur t Cal Time Each Pncc 1 44606 j 44607 1 1 COT C90 mniuirs 39 minutes 45 minutes 60 Each 3.50 Each 4.98 Eath 593 3.51 439 5.99 2 OFF Bring this coupon to yow ncarejl Radio ShacV. store and get 32. oH on any purchase o O Now You Sec It 9 -TO IB Tolku Dot Door O HolKwood Squares ID ifl W IB This Week O Mon Ami O .Lickpnl 0) and Kcstlcss i'l 15 B KnrndU (iianl M O Mr Dress I'p O