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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETKBRIDGE HERAID luesdoy, April 24, i9, J TV HIGHLIGHTS TUESDAY SPOKT: Stanley Cup PIpy-Offs, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. The Phila- delphia Flyers meet the Canadiens in Montreal in the fifth game of their series. Canadiens lead three games to one. CARTOON: Cricket in Times Square, 7 p.m., Ch. 11. A fanciful cartoon about a cricket who hops a ride to the big city. He has a special talent while others chirp he makes a tune sound like a violin. DRAMA: Man Without A Country, p.m., Ch. 11. Cliff Robertson stars in this classic fiction story of a treason trial where the accused's own words become the sentence. SPECIAL: Henry Fonda Special, 9 p.m., Ch. 9. Henry Fonda hosts a variety romp with top sports personalities as guests. ADVENTURE: Mission: Impossible, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Pos- ing as a bag woman for a crooked politician, Casey unknow- ingly carries an attache case locked to her wrist. The case is filled with money and a bomb set to explode upon opening. MOVIE COMEDY: "The Second Greatest a.m., Ch. 7. Women in Kansas in 1880 go on strike against their husbands. Festival manager collapses., dies WEDNESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Battle of the Coral 1 p.m. Ch. 13. The Japanese destroy a U S. sub and take the commander captive to a small Pacific island. RADIO one! TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the res- ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC ir McGill and Allan Contemporary News; Doug Marvin: temporary Sports; Leo Dow: Farm News; Music We Remember: Sunday Mornings MONDAY thru FRIDAY Sports News 6-00 News News Sports Buryl Clark News Grain Prices 6 33 News Bab Hesketh Call of the Land Farm News Chec-line John Oliver Cattle Prices f-hec Post Dave King 7.00 News John Oliver News Farm News Paul Tessier if CJOC News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whitt, Bill Matheson; Sport Brent Seely and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card TUESDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 World at 3lx John Walker John Charles Jim Parsons WEDNESDAY CBC News EliteT News, Weather and Sports Phone Bill Show Joan Waterfield and Jim Elliof Jack Thys Probe 1220 Noon Farm CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY t a-m.-12 noon Don McMasfer 12 noon-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-l a.m. Deil-O SUNDAYS ;oncerts. Overtures 6 a.m.-} p.m. and Encores Concerts, Overtures (Bob Conde) and Encores News, weather and Sports News and Grain Prices Jack Thys Johnny Walker Probe 1220 World at Six MQN. THRU FRI. 4 B.m.-l2 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-O 6 p.m.-10 p m. Don Hedman 10 p.m.-i2 midnight (Bob Concle) 1-2 p.m. The Hour (German program) 2-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) TUESPAY NIGHT As It Happens Introduction to Tuesday Night Tuesday Ntght News, Sports, Weather CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Pandemonium Rupert's Land Rock _________ _ Eye Opener World at 8 From the Capitals Eye Opener Five Nights A The World at Nine Week This Country Tims Signal Slide WEDNESDAY Warm Up Nations Provincial Radio Noon StocR Market Sounds Like Soring Max Ferguson Bob Kerr BBC News Home Run News World at SIX The Lithbridge Herald CHINOOK Saturates The Southern Alberta Market! over Lethbridge and district readers bi-monthly. DONT BUY ADVERTISING IN THE DARK! We submit our records to the regular scrutiny of tha Audit Bureau of Circulation and our circulation prac- tices to the discipline of their regulations! Next Chinook May 1. (Advertising Deadline it April 25th) CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION! CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) Ssseme Street Lassie Luncheon Date Let's Make 9 Deal Truth or Conseqquences Klara's Korner Ed Allen Take 30 Edge o) Niohf Family Ccurt Drop In TUESDAY NIGHT WEDNESDAY Hsllywood Squares Super Heroes News Pinocchlo NHL Wizard of Oz 73A News, Farm and Bob Newharf City Hollywood Squares Audubcn Mission Impossible Joan Waterfield News Mr. Dressup 10.00 Hdiday Film Wrestling _ Movie: Second Friendly Giant Greatest Sex Chez Helene CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT Jo'-trs Wild IS 5J j 55 11-00 J.3D Nrws KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel S {Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT .WEDNESDAY M-ttj i J 30 M'-ws 00 30 7'LfH in Tl-iet WEDNESDAY t-31; Mews 6 3f) 7-DtJ 00 Wiring 8 30 Jstk DO Au3-ey 3D Gallic na J 30 12 30 Ncrwt. i 00 General Hospital 1 30 One to Llvt 2 00 Dsys tf ovr 7 V-9- Wi'h-10 'O YOLOC, STRATFORD, Ont. (CP) William Wylie, general man- ager of the Stratford Shake- spearean Festival, collapsed and died in the living room of his home here. He was 45. Andre Gingras, the festival's musical director, was a guest for dinner. Mr. Wylie, bom in Winnipeg, had been general manager of the theatre since 1967. Before that he had been manager of Winnipeg's Manitoba Theatre Centre for four years. He also had worked in adver- tising and handled publicity on federal-provincial levels for Progressive Conservative elec- tion campaigns in Manitoba. In 1948 he graduated from the University of Manitoba with a bachelor on commerce degree. When he arrived in Stratford, the theatre was in debt. More sophisticated manage- ment was needed and he pro- vided it. guiding operations into the black. Some of his methods were considered controversial by those who saw in them a con- flict between artistic and busi- ness interests. AWARE OF IMPORTANCE However, he remained awars of the importance of the box of- fice to the successful operations of a business worth million a year in itself and probably another million to the city and neighboring area as a tour- ist attraction. Jean Gascon, the theatre's ar- WILLIAM WYLIE tistic director, expressed sad- ness at Mr. Wylie's death. "We have lost a brilliant col- league and a great friend." Mr. Gascon said. "His contribution to the festival has been enormous: he an out- standing administrator, a man of energy, and he served the festival with intelligence, loy- alty and courage." D. D. C. McGeachy, president of the festival's board of gover- nors, said: "Stratford and indeed the Ca- nadian theatre world has lost one of its most talented and dedicated servants.'' "The People Who Take Time to Build the Britlg you fhe in compon- ents now fvailable at: JACK'S RADIO TV SALES SERVICE 302 13th St. N. Phone 327-4979 Tuesday, Friday and Saturday J COUNTRY BLUES King Kong producer dies at 79 CORONADO, Calif. (AP) Merian C'. Cooper, who pro- duced the movie King Konsj and set Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers dancing together for the first time in the movies, died at age 79. Cooper's death came one day after the of Robert Arm- strong, one of the stars of King Kong. A First World War hero, Cooper was an explorer, world traveller and reporter for The New York Times during the 1920s. He began his film career with the production of Grass, a documentary filmed in Iran. He followed that success with another documentary, Chang, filmed in Thailand, and The Four Feathers, filmed in Af- rica. In the mid-1930s he gained fame as the producer of Little Women, After Thought and ing Down to Rio, the first of the Fred Astaire and Ginger Ro- gers films. He co-directed King Kong in 1933. later produced the John Ford-directed films, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon, The Quiet Man and Fort Apache. One of the original developers of the Cinerama process, he worked w'th Lowell Thomas as co-producer of the first Cine- rama film. This Is Cinerama. For his innovations in the mo- tion picture industry, he re- ceived a special Academy Award in 1952. WAS A PILOT During the First World War, he served as a pilot and was' shot down ever Germany. He joined the Polish air force in 1919 and fought against Rus- sia, and was later shot down and captured. He subsequently escaped and, with two others, wslked out of Russia into Lat- via. 6We buried the hatchet' AT THE MINERS' 733 13th ST. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY! Ballet plans fall tour of West TORONTO (CP) The Na- tional Ballet of Canada, now [touring the United States, has j announced a fall tour of West- jern Canada with visits to five I cities. The ballet will perform in Ed- monton Oct. 14-16, Calgary Oct. 17-19, Winnipeg Oct. 22-28, Re- gina Oct. 30-Nov. 1 and Saska- toon Nov. 5-7. The repertoire is vet to be announced. C-y 1.30 Mate SOUTHERN ALBERT, THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "SOUTH OF HELL MOUNTAIN" In color. Tuesday and Wednesday, April 24 and 25. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "HOT ROCK" In color. Starring George Segal and Robert Redford. Tuesday, and Wednesday, April 24 and 25. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult PINCHER CRfcEK Fox Theatre "THE BURGLARS" In color. Starring Omar Sharif, Jean-Paul Belmondo and Dyan Cannon. Tuesday, April 24. Show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "THE GODFATHER" In color. Winner of Academy AwarJs for 'Best Actor' and 'Best Picture'. Starring Marlon Brando. Tuesday and Wednesday, April 24 and 25. Tuesday one show only at p.m. Restricted WASHINGTON (CP) Chief Den George, 74, here to star in the1 United States premiere of the Canadian play Ecstasy of Rita Joe, spoke quiet dis- approval here of the Indian uprising at Wounded Knee, S.D. "We have our own troubles up in he said at a news conference, "but not as big as Wounded Knee." "For native persons to pick up a rifle and put shells in it is really the Van- couver actor said. "We buried the hatchet in Canada long ago and although treaty after treaty has been broken, we have never dug it up. We have troubles but we have our councils of chiefs to work on them." Dan George, who rose from Canadian television parts to an Academy Award nomination for his role in the movie Little Big Man, said he turned down lucr- ative Hollywood work to star in the nlay in a role he has played in Vancouver and Ottawa. He appeared tired and some- what embarrassed in a costume of jeans, jewelled ear-rinss and a bear-claw necklace over a black shirt, and throughout the rews conference barely raised his voice above a wh'soer. PLAY HAS MESSAGE "The reason I like to do this play is it has a message and maybe some people will under- he said. "It's a mes- from our peoule to the white peoo-le of North America. It's about an Indian girl who goes to the e'ty to look for work and finds discrimination. With no job and no money she ends up on the skidroad and can't get back horns. It's all so true." The white-haired actor said he agreed to star in the Wash- ington production a year "Icmg before Wounded and that he didn't know a great deal about that insurrection. "The papers in Vancouver did not keep too much in touch with t the he said. "They said a week ago the dispute was aill settled. I'd have to go back to the beginning and study the problem there before I could make a comment." Dan George said he doesn't blame the early movie-makers for their distorted pictures of the Indian. "They hsd to put out some- thing that would sell but writing about native people is changing. Maybe the writers of tomorrow will bring cut the native people as they are and as they He said Indians in Canada are "leaving our ways of living and trying to catch up with a changing world" and that it is COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE EASTER HOLIDAY ACTIVITY PROGRAM April 23 April 27, 1973 HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE Monday through Thursday (April 23 April 26, 1973) Children's Free RecreaJional Hockey a.m. noon SCHOOLS GILBERT PATERSON, LAKEVIEW, ST. PATRICK'S GALBRAITH Monday trough Thursday (April 23 April 26, 1973) Recreational BoifeelbaH, Volleyball etc. (FREE) p.m. SIR ALEXANDER GALT MUSEUM Monday trough Fridoy 'Apri) 23 April 27, 1973) p.m. NOTE: Please refer to Regular Public Swimming and Skcrting schedule on the Entertainment page each Monday end Thursday pertaining to 'he schedule of times for Free Public Swim- ming and Skating at the City Recreational Facilities during the Easter Holidays. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "World's Greatest Athlete" Last complete Show Wednesday Matinee: Familv PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short'Subjects "The Sounder" Last Complete Show Family COLLEGE CINEMA "Avanti" Two Complete Shows (No Short Subjects) Adult GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN "Catlow" Last Run: One Complete Show Adult "difficult in some provinces." He contrasted British Colum- bia, where he lives to northern Saskatchewan where he hunts. "The one thing the native people in my country want is he said. "Things are about 60 per cent good in B.C., now that we have the council of chiefs" but fa northern Saskatchewan "they have problems of integration there." Dan George and Francis Hy- land are the only Canadians in the play. All the other actors are AmsricatiSj including sev- eral U.S. Indians. green acres drive-in Mayor Msgrath Dr. Courts Hwy., 327-1100 TONITE AND WED. In the tradition of Hemingway and Bogart ACADEMY AWARD WINNER George C. Scott Last Run o I SECOND FFATURE Everyone Wanrs CATLOW VULMNER-RICHAfflCRENNA-LEONARDNIMOY -_..._ pwwvisioir ADULT GATES OPEN ONE COMPLETE SHOW 8 P.M. TONIGHT "Country at the 733 13th St. N. Members and Their Guests Only! FAMILY KIDS 75c ANYTIME paramount Sth St. 4-Jt Avc. South. 327-5100 NOW SHOWING Evening at 7 and 9 p.m. MATINEE DAILY P.M. CHURCH MAGAZINE VOTE OF THE YEAR 'SOUNDER' IS A MUST." "SOUNDER" A RtflMrt S- JUU tttm FAMILY paramount cinema Sttl SL 4th Ave. South. 327-5100 NOW SHOWING AT P.M. ADULT college cinema THEMIfflSCH Rfcnti! 200> Ait. ft Ibyor Miptth Lost Times Tonite wnH JACK LEMMON JULIET MILLS United Artist! IVI II I OM JACQUELINE BISSET ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN GATES 1HC1HWWHO GWCTODfflfltt i'AUER Fit' iwa moowtlSBiwrjn TNtrrwt STARTING TOMORROW college cinema JDtk An. ft ttayor Or- 2 DELUXE SHOWS 2 At 7.00-9.10 p.m. ;