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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNESDAY SPORTS: llascb.ill, 5 p.m., Cli. J: The Pittsburgh Pir- ates meet Uie Expos in Montreal's Jarry Park, COMEDY: Flip Wilson, p.m., Ch. 13: Guests are Connie Stevens, Stcvie Wonder comic John Byner and Laugli-In's Johnny lirown. MOVIE: I'rankie and Johnny, g p.m., Ch, 7; A two- hour Elvis Presley melodrama about love and jealousy among rivcrbo.ii c-nicrtaincrs. Wilh Donna Douglas. DRAMA: Name ot the Game, p.m., Ch. 13: A pop- ular governor is ninning his stale in gangland fashion. With Chuck Connors. SPOUTS: NFJj Action, ji.m., ch. II: The Making ol a loam highlights the New York Gianls' 1970 season, their finest since 1363. INTERVIEW: Pierre Bcrton, p.m., Ch. 13: Ten prominent people tell how Iheir careers have been affected by strajige supernatural experiences. MOVIE: Female on the Beach, p.m., Ch. 13: A 1955 drair.a about a worldly widow who falls for her next- door neighbor. Stars Joan Crawford and Jeff Chandler. MOVIE: Jubal, a.m., Ch. 7: A wrangler encounters trouble when, his boss' wife makes a play for him. Stars Glenn Ford. THURSDAY SPECIAL: Apollo 15, a.m., Ch. 7 and 13: The com- mand ship's Alfred Worden begins a 45-minute space walk. INTERVIEW: Luncheon Date Noon Ch. 7: Gaests in- clude author Allen Spreggctt one of Canada's top religious writers. PROFILE: Take 30, :i p.m., Ch. 7: A visit with com- oser-singer Gene MacLellan (author of SPECIAL: Slangcrs in Tlicir Own Land, 5 p.m. cli. 11: Second of three reports on U.S. minority groups exam- ines black cultural and sociopolitical activities in Detroit ghettos. Trimbles Pregramt an VUfi by the radio grid television slalii Any variation in program Viedulef is due to la: Herald or Trimblei lire Supply. CHEC WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY Jenn John Oliver Snow John McAllister Country si News. Voice of Sporl The Ron Lr'.f.c j 1. 00 B.m -Mil RitnaiJ Tt CJOC WEDNESDAY a.m. Probe Probe Show" Mews, Wthr, Sporl THURSDAY News arj World at 5 Jack Request CBC Jim Line Rob Show Rob John World af News Hourly Wlhr. MOM. THRU SAT. 9.00 Bob Don Maior Mike Murry a.m. Don 1010 WEDNESDAY Aqc Men of Music Morning Sounds Like Rule and Radio Nat '30 Matinee From (He Capi'als World 6 Afternoon Tnreatre News, Trimbles Tire li ALSO AVAILABLE TRIMBLES TIRE BLAIRMORE PHONE CJOC-TV Channel 7 WEDNESDAY Games Chez Movie: Sesame Vacation Luncheon 8: 00 Movie: and Johnny Trons Meel Fiirm Take Witli1, Wide of Nev.s Galloping Tcloprobf Mr. Banana Pan 5.00 Fireball CFrN-TV Lethbridge (Cablevision Ch. WEDNESDAY Buckshot el Movlr: Market Mall 1 The 2.-30 nip JO FTfih! 15 Bird's tV K ii r.'.v.-o r( ihp 11 :00 Air First and Ten Sp.irlskcat :3'i rid Beal the Nuws Parly (c) Markel KRTV Channel 3 {Coblevision Ch. WEDNESDAY fl-00 Today of Our Mayljrrry Today Doctors Ic) World Men from S-OO Family fc) of Hawf-il Pyie Music Who, Where TnnicjM THURSDAY Our in. (11 NOC Nlqlitly News Family 5.45 Scildle AoncuMure 10.10 As Iha World Turns News KFBB-TV Greal Fails Channel S (Cablevision Ch. 11) WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY Ncwlywcd Gamn J-30 Ncvs rnrm (c) NEWS let ,M tcklio's Falhor (cl 7-CO Dinah's Plnco Memory Game (c) d.flfl Room jack l.oLnnnc fc) Dallnij Gaina Smith lromlly moo ftf Conlury General Hospital Love on ,1 Roof lop Apollo IS PMsword Immorlol 9.30 American That Girl NFI. Aclinn "merlta'1 3.30 Nnws News Martin Welby (c) rt" Children NPWS (cl 10.JO Dick Cavt-lr to-oi) Make a Dual Odd Coupls (c) Canadian play goes on tour Wednesday, Auguil 4, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID TORONTO (CD While some dirnclnrs have decrying Iho lack of Canadian play.s, a Toronto director has come up with an original Ca- nadian wi'ilLcn almost a century ago, fiiven il zn up- to-tlale title, z structural re- oGj-king and an unorthodox cast and is preparing to it for a tour presentation m British Columbia. T.'ic production, The Red Revolutionary by Toronto's Factory Theatre Lab under the direction of Ken Gass, is being presented hern this week prior to an Aug. 18-22 engagement at Vancouver's Arts Club Theatre. The original work, eulilled Tecumseh after the early ISth-century Shawnee Indian chief who was killed in the War of IB12 while fighting tlie British against the Americsn.s, ivritlcn in 1886 by an Upper Canadian wrilcr and journalist. Charles ITair. Despite a n Encyclopedia Canadiana description of the play as "a rhetorical verse- rlrcma liighly regarded in its there apparently has been no known production of Hair's original work. While cutting more than half of the original dialogue, Mr. Gass has not rewritten Mair's play but re-arranged its scenes to form a progres- sive story of Teci'mseh's rise to power as chief of a union of Indian tribes to his death at the Battle of Moraviantown, near London. Ont., in 1813. WOMEN HAVE ROLES Probably the most unusual aspect about the Factory The- atre Lab production of The Red Revolutionary is the use of females in all Indian roles, including that of Teeumseli. Mr. Gass says that while "there are a lot of implica- tions in having women play the example, the rape of the Indian by the while idea didn't grow out ot a great sort of wisdom that this equal; that." "My choice was affenled by some of the actresses I wanted to work with, and also it made for better dramatiz- ing, theatricalJy. A female has a greater sensitivity and beai'ly than a male, and this points out the contrast in the play between Indian and white man." Ann De Villiers plays Te- cumseh, Alana White portrays the c h i e f 's trouble-making one-eyed brother, The Prophet, and Marcella Lustig is (he warrior Tar-bay, while Rosemary DonneDy and Lyn Cartwright aie seen as both Indian women and warriors. The white-men roles, includ- ing the historical personages of United States Gen. W. H. Harrison and British Gen. Sir Isaac Brock, are performed by David Wells, Alan Bridle and Richard Kelly. Hepburn gets lead role NEW YORK (Reuter) c t r e s s Katherine Hepburn as been signed to star in the c r e e n version of Graham Jreen's best selling novel "ravels Wilh My Aunt, MeLm- jO 1 d w y n-Mayer announced ere. reconcilable differences. The couple were manied 10 years Police act MCLDK, Norway (AP) The llth Internal lonal Jazz Festival cnened here with tenor saxophonist Dexter Gor- don thrilling a capacity crowd. All tickets for (lie six-day slate- supported frslival were sold in advance Mav. LOS ANGELES (neuter) Film director Vincente Min- nelli, 58, former husband of the late Judy Garland, was di- vorced by his third wife, Yugoslav actress Denise Dado- sauljevic, 40, on grounds of ir- Shbwtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjecls "Pinoccshio" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Big Jake" Las Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Escape From the Planet ot the Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Short Subjects "Little Big Man" One Complete Show Slnnr-iiRc pirl srr'. (me, n[ n'OHdrj'.s of Ihr tunilrn) uiH'hl for (lir first Lime in llic jlholoRraplirr's ramrra. She Is out1 of Ilio n Irilin isnbli'il from Ihc world in mountains of (lie Phil- ippine islnml of Mindanao until rpccndy rlificovcrrd ond hv Dr. llolicii I'M. scheduled EDMONTON (CP) Attor- ney general Edgar Gerhart said Tuesday a meeting has been tentatively set for Aug. 11 with mayors of smaller municipalities to discuss com- plaints about the new Police Act A number of renters, with populations of less than have said the new act has re- duced their town constables al- most to tirilian status. The new act was proclaimed July 1. Teaching hospital set for UBC VANCOUVER (CP) Pro- vincial Health Minister Ralph Loffmark said Tuesday in an interview he has approved con- struction of a 560 million teach- ing hospital a' the University of British Columbia. It will be the hub of a health sciences centre, bringing to- gether all teaching phases of heslth and medical care.. Mr. Loffmark said the B.C. government will provide million towards construction of the hospital while the federal government is expected to pro- vide S25 million. He said the balance would probably come from private sources. Work hours data BONN (Reuter) Industrial workers in Luxembourg work the longest hours of all Common Market countries and the Ital- ians the shortest, official statis- tics published here by the liai- son bureau of the European Economic Community show. Based on 1969 figures, the aver- age annual number of hours worked in all branches of indus- try in Luxembourg was and in Ilaly DOC RESUMES PRACTICE Aclor Mi (burn Stcne, 67, I ho Doc Adams of fe lev is ion's "Gun- resumes praclics with his favorite rod and reel as he recovers from heart surgery al his home near Hollywood, Hs cxpecls to resume "Dodge City" practice in late Seplembei. WEST COAST SEAFOODS TRUCKLOAD SALE OF :RESH FBH AND SEAFOODS will be held at F88T WHOOP-UP SERVICE AUGUST 5 m'DAY, AUGUST 6 From 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. FRESH SALMON TO BARBECUE 1INGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES (.500 JACKPOT IN 51 NOS. 10th GAME S500 BONUS JACKPOT 56 NOS. NO ONE LT.'DEK 16 YEARS AILOWEDI PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS MEMBERS AND GUEST? IN CANTEEN for ELKS GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, AUG. 5-MOONGIOWS FRIDAY, AUG. 6-HP.VAY SOUTH 4 SATURDAY, AUG. 7-CLIFFS COMBO West-Air granted licence OTTAWA (CP) West-Air Ltd. has been granted a licence .0 operate international charter flights frum Moose Jaw, Sask. The Canadian transport com- mission said il is in Die public interest to grant the applicailon, West-Air is prohibited Irom operating to points outside STorUi America. Park re-opened as floods end EDMONTON (CPi The Cross Lake Provincial Park wss re-opened today alter br- ing closed during July because of Hooding in the area, about 1'JO miles norlh of Edmonton. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanlt National Ster: Bidg. Ph. telhbridg. TODAY and THURS. MATINEE P.M. EVENING P.M. KIDS MATINEE FOR THE iOc COLLEGE 'CINEMA NOW SHOWING p.m. PREPARE YOURSELF FOR A NEW GENERATION OF INCREDIBLE APES! FAMILY plANET APES KIDS MATINEE 50c EVENING 75c ATRES FORT .MACLEOD Empress Theafre '-MRS. POU.IF.AX FPY" In color. Starring Rosalind Rus- sell and DiT.-cn ".k'fiavm. Suspense picture. Wednesday, August 4. Show lime p.m. Adult. FiNCHER CREEK Fox Theatre A GIRL IX MY SOUP" In color. Starring Peter Sellers and Coldic show at p.m. KcslrictcLi AduK. TABER Sky Vue Drive-In Thursday. Allan--: Bnrsaiu Night S1.50 per car "THE TREE'- Starring Gary Cooper and Maria Schcll. El'.ow at dusk. TABER Tower Theotre "DIRTY D'VITS In color. Slarring Frank Sinatra. V, ecliKv.iay, August 4. Shows at and p.m. .Adull. CINEMA 4th AVE fith' 3275100 TONITE thru Fri. at p.m. HELD OVER So Good We Moved It Downtown John Wayne Action Big and Tough fflC! John Wayne -Richard Boone 'Big Adull-Not Suitable for Children A ONEWi CENTER BLMS HEENTADON Chrirtophct MHcnwrt lobby Wrrton InKt Cibel CknnCeibrt -John DooetMt PHONE 71100 HDIU E III REEN ACRES DRIVE-IN JUNCTION OF.MAYOR MAGRATH-COUUS HIGHWAY Tonight, Thurs., Fri. and Sat. In the Centre WED., AUG. 4 VIMY LOUNGE 'ANYTHING GOES SAT., AUG. 7 VIMY IOUNGE 'ACE HIGH' Royal Canadian Legion GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS Isi AVENUE AND 9lh ST. S, FRI., AUG. 6 BEAVER ROOM 'THE METROS' SAT., AUG. 7 BEAVER ROOM 'THE METROS ONE OF THE S) DUST1N HOrfrVUN 1HTIEBIGMAN KURT1N BALSAM FAYE DLNIAWAf CHIEF D4ISI GEORGE SHORT SUBJECTS AT P.M. FEATURE AT P.M. ONLY ;