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Tuesday, August 11, 1964
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' . sauitmg inem. (Dorothy vacation. Her guest 1st today la stage and screen actress Geraldine fat.) By GERALDINE RAGE NEW YORK. Until Konttantin Stanislav- Kllgallea is oa cohnna- . iky, tometimea called "Stan .th Man," acting was a hit or mis business when It came to ' communication. He was the first to catalogue acting, to approach it as a science. The lack of order involved in act ing bothered him, so he sys tematized It and "The Method" was born. Today, the Actors Studio, us-! Ing this dynamic approach to - acting, has become the most ' vital fore m acting throughout th world. The influence of the Method via Actots Studio has ' touched actors, writers and directors throughout the world. However, the Method has ,- been abused and misused, both by performers and public Act-ors calling themselves "Method actors have indulged themselves onstage, resulting in poor performances and an ' unfortunate idea in the mind of the public of what, the Method is. Were a child to go from : kindergarten immediately, to college his failure at college would not be the result of a poor kindergarten. The traln-, ing, the approach to education would be at fault. So dohTWamette MeThod. , Blame the lazy actor, blame the young actors who. look ; upon The Method as a way of ' having good time onstage at . the public's expense. Blame the actor who didn3 get the proper acting education. w In America, "The Method" now accepted as the dominant Influence in an acting, hat its most influential teacher in Strassberg, who bad observed Stanislavsky but who also . his own ideas, , . v j To the general public. Marlon Brando's performance In "Streetcar Name Desire" was their first contact with Method Acting and it was an electrifying contact From that point. Method Acting became something many were familiar with . but few knew anvthinc about t look upon the Method as a way of trapping my intuition to working for me. As an ac tress, I fed more alive. Scenes In a play or movie ai more logic and I get more out or tne pan. - Discipline and constant training are to be found at the Actors Studio, Just as they would at training grounds in any other, professional field. And contrary to the accepted stereotype of the mumbling the Actors Studio gives in diction and doesn't encourage one to be inarticu late. - Again the idea of mumbling Can b tranwi a ka m popular example of Method acting Marlon Brando's r-r.,lomef Two Years For Beating Children 4 KINGSTON - A father who eat and kicked bis two children in the face was sentenced to two years la Jail when he . pleaded guilty Monday of as- Bruce VaacoBghnett. It. of , - Kingston, was also sentenced to . six months for driving while disqualified, and IS . days each ef charges of driving without a licence and tailing to re main at tne scene of a ac cident The sentences will be served concurrently.' The court was told Van- eoughnett went home drunk oa Jury 11 and beat tip bis chil- dren. Judy, nine, and Kenneth, . II. Police, who were called' by , their mother, said be also kkk- ? ed them in the face. : When the police arrived at the bouse they found both chil- f-dren in need ef medical atti ttoa. she v' court was told. Jady t was bleeding heavily from a cut ear bar eye that required sev- : era! s Miches ts cloae and Ki JLaeth satfsred bruisea-aad J tacerationa, including a : W braised Jaw.- DOROTHY KILGALLEN i Magistrate James D. Garvin. In passing sentence, said: I m going to give you all I caa." 'Method9 Dominant formance in "Streetcar Named Desire." The character of Sun-ley Kowaltki called for a par ticular approach. Brando saw Kowalski as inarticulate. There were other aspects to Kowalski. all of which were brilliantly brought out by Brando, using this scientific approach to acting as originally conceived by Stanislavsky.. Actors following Brando began to mumble, without knowing why. And a cliche was bom. The .Method is greedy. It takes from everything and everybody. Foreign visitors constantly turn up at the Actors Studio, as both observ ers and lecturers. Since con' sunt change is the lifeblood of survival, additions to the scientific approach to acting are always being made. New tools are always being added, which is probably why the Method appeals to the young in heart I still attend class, the act' RCMP Concert Wednesday The Royal Canadian Mount' ed Police Band Wednesday will present, another in a Summer-long series of RCMP and armed services band concerts in Ov tewa. Tomorrow's' concert win be held at . the Supreme Court Building on Wellington Street at Kent, starting at B.15 p-m. The following program will be presented:. elanataT Marc BkaiaMO alia to Brie Castas Huches trass CavaUarla OraUsi lal A Qniat BtraU West tlda Wear Maatcat Choral Oiewp: - lal Clin every sseanaia - -lb) Aura Laa Maa'aa Nay Aeeateiea sate .; Tntmptta W1M Tnunsat tola corporal una, coaawns Nadaaa. Comtabta McCandlaa eUst Music troa Mnsaavle rail .... Artaar auiurma Kaaaeth i. All art nauaal carmonp o caaea Ood ae tha . RESERVE FLEAS Three persons, . charged by Nepean Police of tearing a telephone out of an outside pay telephone booth at Bayshore Devel opments si . Nepeaa township last week, reserved their pleas for one week when they appeared in County Magistrate's Court Monday. They are David Vidal. 22. ol RR I Ken more, Wallace Thi ll, of Manotick. and GUI. U. of 1ST Sunny- side Avenue. Police said tha three were ar rested on Carting Avenue short ly after the telephone was smashed and an estimated fit iav cash stolen shortly after mid night Aug. t. - a- a - 9 ' . GETS SIX MONTHS Trying to sell a camera stolen the car of an American tourist resulted m a six-month Jail sentence Monday for Gar nee Nkkenon, 4J, of no fixed address. . - , He pleaded guilty before Magistrate Carter in Ottawa Magistrate's Court to possession of stolen goods. A charge ol theft was withdrawn after Nick arson denied stealing the article. a., a . a . , FINE,-JAIL DRIVERS An Eastview man went, to Jail for J days and another was fined t2M and 8 costs or J days by Ottawa Magistrate Carter after pleading guilty Monday to separate charges leaving the scene of an accident. Garry Angel. 2. of It Marquette Street Eastview, was ar rested Saturday after le aa accident on St . Patrick Street He admitted la court be bad been drinking and that be had previously been found guilty of impaired driving. Gordon Roderick. . of 2SI Preston Street, left ea accident Aug. 4 on McCana Street and was chased several blocks at speeds up to ss mites per hour by two witnesses to the acci dent Both accused bad their licences sospended two years. salary- with scope for ad au- supplied. . Pension plan TOt SALES OPPOtTTUNITY Theodora Niemeyer Canada Lbnited, manufacturer of Sail Pip Tobacco sine 1819, have an Immediate opening for a Hie and promotion representative to cover the Ottawa Valley and part of Eastern Ontario. Candidate must have proven sales ability. Experience in the tobacco trade i desirable but not essential. Ago group 35 35, preferably married, mutt be bondsble; location Ottawa. Excellent starting vancement Company car other fringe benefit. J APPLY '.y ' ittox Na e-43, ottaWX journal ing ones as well as the diction classes. I go because I enjoy it and because I need it If I take the easy way out as an actress, my performance suffers. I am constantly learning how to avoid that droop when a part doesn't seem to come alive for me. I'm always on the lookout for more tools to use in my work, for more remedies to put in the medicine chest against the( day i need tnem. Fortunately, classes at the Actors Sttdio are tree. Studio membership is. granted either through auditions or via invita tions to Join. It is for life. We Method actors have been called insane quite often. Yet, it is difficult to , name one prominent actor in recent years who has. not used the Method or been influenced by it The current popularity of English performers, such as Albert Finney, Richard Harris and Peter OToole. can be traced in a large part to the Method. The excitement created in English theatre by Joan Littlewood is due to the scientific approach to acting. Recently,; when I was in Moscow on a U.S. State Dept visit I talked with a . young Russian who was leading a theatrical revolution away from Stanislavsky's revered Moscow Art Theatre. I asked him what was his quarrel with current Russian Theatre. "She's my mother,1 he said, "and I can't knock her. But Pm erown- up now and I've moved out of! the house." i . Science is always learning something new and the scientific aporoach to acting at a constantly chanting thing. What hath Stan wroueht? ' ..(OaprrlcM. Itatl .i Not Lockout Rtiles Judge TORONTO (CP) An to-erim injunction, restraining printers from calling their dis pute with the three Toronto daily oewspapera.a lockout and limiting the number, ef pickets at newspaper plants, was con tinued Indefinitely Monday by Ontario Supreme Ceart Judge. . .-. Mr. Justice Edsoa Haines con tinued the injunction be granted the newspaper Thursday. , - It wiU continue pending trial of a damage action launched by the papers The Globe Mall, a morning paper, and The Star and the Telegram, evening papers against mem bers of Local II of the Interna' tional Typographical Unlea (CLC) and two of the anion's international representatives. About IM union members walked off their Jobs Jury I. de claring the publishers' attempt to Institute new work rules con stituted a lockout Tha newspapers have continued to publish. using supervisory and acevonloh mnei in their composing rooms. In a written decision. Mr. Jus tice Haines ruled that the dis pute was not a lockout as scribed in the Ontario Labor Relations Act He said the appli cant Bead only establish a strong prima fade, case that the argument would succeed at trial to win the continued junction. Top Reserve Water Supplies At Cornwall MONTREAL (CP) Reserve water supplies at Cornwall have been tapped for the first time this year in an effort to raise the low water level In Montreal Harbor, it was dis- ckned Monday. a Herbert Land, chief engineers of the St Lawrence River Ship Council, said use of the reserve supply began during- the-weeky end ana win continue indefinitely to keep the level at M feet aix Inches. ' - v ' By are-determined plan, the rate of flow from Lake Ontario should have been 2CUN cubic feet per second this week kwt an advisory group of the St Lawrence Seaway Authority recommended the flow be in creased by ,M cubic feet per RETURN HOME . ' PRESTWICK. Scotland (Rent ers) ' More than IM Sects arrived here by plane Monday after being stranded tn Toronto for four days. The IR members of the Legbrarmock (Lanark shire) Social Club bad gone to Canada on a CM (SMT) dm week-ezcurslon trip. But when they reported et Toronto airport Thursday they were .toM the aircraft' Insurance certificate had been withdrawn and that they could not fry. . IP f J 5 1 1 j 0 TRt OTTAWA JOURNAL VJfcaUAt, AbOUtoT 11, 19G4 INTERNATIONAL MEDAL : : John F. Phillips of LondonEngland, receives the . silver form of the Intematioiwl p-operatlon Year '. Medal from G. G. E. Steele, Undersecretary of State, The award was made on behalf of the Ottawa Chapter ' V - of Jhe Chartered Institute of Secretaries; in recogni- -' J tion of Mr. Phillips' work in developing co-operation among business administrators in a number of countries. Mr. Phillips, on bis way '10. the Australian . Division of the Institute, presented a medal to Ottawa University student, Z. M. Zello of BasutoUnd, who . obtained highest marks of any South African in the Institute's examinations. (Journal l"het by Oomauoa WUM) LIST WINNERS Fine At Horse Show Fine riding and plenty of fun were the order ef the day Sun day at the hone show and gymkhana at John R. AUaa't Rid ing Acaoem five miles north of Aylmer. ; v.-- Jumping competitions were interspersed with sack and obstacle races for ponies; and horse. Horse of the day was "Slowpoke Mom"' ridden by Louise Chalk, and pony of the day was "Windmill" ridden by Sandy Irving. '.'J. ... Winners of each - class as Judged by Georgia Gale, were: First Time in the Ring Hunt er: . Commotion, ' ridden - by Wendy Irving. . . Pony i Hunter Tina Maria, Jennifer Wall. , ' ' , Equitation over Jumps Senior. A La Flame, Arlene Catchpole. '-y1;' s Equitation over Jumps Junior: J Sanson. Ian Miller. Green Working Hunter. Slow Poke Mom. Louise Chalk. Hunter Hack: Rock V Rod, januier wait v Open Jumper Bid Bailey. Mrs. Don Fleming. , . ' First Time fat the Rim Jumper: Swaps. Heather Perry. team or Tares:. Sua Rocket Konme Davidson: Slow Poke Mom, Louise Chalk: Swap. Aylmer OKs Plan Start Aylmer moved one step closer to start on construc tion of a sewage treatment plant Monday when Town Council authorized its engineer to have Bnal plan ready no later than December of this year.. - Council expect to proceed with the work, providing ratepayers approve a money bylaw. as soon a the Quebec Water Purification Board ha given fu PprovaL '- i , . The board a year ago ordered i further development could take place ia Aylmer until a start ia mad , en a sewaia treatment plant. ':. ' ' Council also moved to re cover from the province fines paid in provincial courts al Hull in cases prosecuted bv municipal officers. it was pointed out Ontario municipalities can recover this type of fund and Council egreed with the Quebec Association of Police' and Fire Chief Quebec municipalities should nave the net tight ' In other business, notice of motion-era given that -at -the next meeting Council would be asked to sign a contract with thd municipality of South Hull allowing prosecution of South Hull bylaw In Aylmer Municipal Coon Good Export Year ' (By The CP) Even if Russia doesnt buy any Canadian .wheat, this year will be a good export year. Trade Minister Sharp said Monday night. He was replying in the Common to Reynold Rapp (PC Hionboldt-Metfort-Tiadal who asked whether Canadian export would be affected since Russia i reported to have good crop and won't need to buy Canadian wheat. ' Heather Perry, Knock Down and Out: Sun Rocket F. Davidson, v Handy. Hunter: Jeanson. Miller. -, Ladies Working Hunter: Gail- an, Cathy Mac Donald. Pair Jumping: Slow Poke dm, Louise Chalk; ' Swaps, Heather 'Perry. Child's Working ; Hunter. Swaps. Heather Perry. OTTAWA HOUSE ! The WaH Kaawa Bajttrlahwt - RAY SMITH Y and HIS QUINTET Xirnn nataren Harktaf IJtl .- - TaaaaV -aaaai MJ- 'CKEI KENEJ HOTEL ; , Salon dOr AMELARD BRISEBOIS at Dm etatawa Oraa JERRY CARLISLE SUOMASBOXD KSVtO S fM TO S MS. MOM. THOUON SAT. SUNDAY 11 JO ASS. TO I PM. TEA WAGON lit motAu tt. au-Mtf DAMCT TO v TONT O'ANGE O ORCH. SB UM . ; t RAINBOW ROOM . - entcrtai1uwent nightit , ; , Cameo lounge STAIiDISIIAU THE ESCORT$ . TONIGHT Two Show Nightly , 19,11 and 12.1 pja M.C RICHARD PROUIX Manoir des Rapides -CaU g27-3l3 BINGO I by the,' . - CANADIAN LEGION I CATINEAUMILLS Every ViEDHESDAY "Night. pjav 20 regular fames 3 free fames . 5 special fames THIS WEEK'S mm JACKPOT $1,30000 CASH Legion Han. Hwy. II Minute from Ottawa ' ADMISSION II M as avaHahl mi Smi ft Mag aaa Ottawa atwi hiata NEWSPAPER WORKSHOP kvAveaVaaVAA 4 a..,' A.s . a., .a, - -X'Jl l i .-a. L2r i. , u,a a -a. m. a. a m wa.. ribes Woes Of The 4ress balones to those who ruler This was the heart, of the message given by Professor Wilfrid Eggleston. director ol the Department of Journalism at Carleton University to the "Newspaper In the Classroom" Workshop at the university. Dealing with ownership and control of the press, Prof. Eggleston said that In Russia for example, the press belongs to the government, while in e theocracydtJielongs to the rele vant -church. A greater difficulty, he believes, comes In the determination of ownership and Independence in a democracy, HIGH COSTS Bearing in mind that th press (a a country such as Canada relies on the choice of each individual as to'what paper he buys, if any, the speaker described the-problems faced by the modern publisher in bis light with high capital costs of oublishint together with . the equally high operating costs. Tracing the mechanical development of newspapers he said the, "Inevitable consequences" of technological changes have been the disappearance f f many papers unable to maintain. the capital outlay required. This, he added, is coupied with aa in crease In the ownership of news papers lying in the hands of large thains a condition which be feels is "disturbing." Prof. Eggleston concedes there are positive results from chain ownership. As examples of this, he notes that a mora businesslike approach to taken resulting in a better product, and with a , sound x financial backina. a paper can afford to be stronger editorially BIGGER DIVISION On the other hand, tie feels there has arises a more pro- AHfrint Nitktl, tk m m wo&to of IIALLER DAIMTT traiiriaasl ' Casway SUrs RGLAD& ro:.iai:z DAHCa STTUST ' aarlal wtstatlaa la : . ktaaaata, waaetots, -aartlas, at. iNMcas rnow s Baarmtlaas SS4-SISS. . GATiriEAU COtKtTityCU'3 ' om ran atljsxb oad - iTtiivnciu nm , DANCING NIGHTLY . IOUI . fk lAWII Maa. Tare tat. also avsav SUNDAY - THE PARASITES ta10JGKrJn."W, Tomorrow Night Only I WED-AUG. 12 I I t ALLAN BRUCE Saaws aa IS PM. . Caatlaaaaa etaaar aa-ks traal 1 9m. la tk aaSt ar Laa Waahas aae his arahaaua 0 Takla raatrvanaaa, ' . tll-4411 V rcmoini J, THE DORNAN BROS. 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