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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6-THE LETHBRIDGE August Mime troupe to tour Europe while theatre is remodelled Casual poetry makes hit song M Ont (CPl The Canadian Mime Theatre will tour Lastern Canada Britain and Km ope this tall and winter while the Royal George Theatre its home here is un- dergoing a 000 i econstruction The street facade of the 1917 house, later a movie theatre, will be rebuilt in colonial and lobby, actors dressing rooms and an actors lounge will be built in the basement Ravmond Wickens the compam s general manager said a grant oi 000 from the Ontario government tor the capital work together with 000 raised privateh by the theatre ensures a ma- jor overhaul this winter He expressed confidence a similar grant will be obtained Your Business Associates Will Be Staying At The 3 listers jflotd Fernie B.C. Color TV DO Telephones See You Reserve 423-4438 trom the federal government The Canadian Mime Theatre now is in its sixth season drawing better-than- budgeted audiences Most weekend performances are sold out Mr Wickens said The pantomime company draws 000 a year from the Canada Council and trom the Ontario Arts Coun- cil Bv conservatively es- timating its box office revenues it has finished each vear in the black This vear s summer program for Canada s only professional mime theatre runs to Sept 15 with three programs plaving in reper- tory The Lamplighter a full- length mime play by Alex was first produced for the National Arts Centre in Ottawa Three matinees a week are devoted to a children s show, The Cm us Mime at Nine, al- ternating in evening perform- ance with The Lamplighter, is a collection of skits and sketches As soon as the season closes here the construction workers will move into the George, and the com- panv will leave for England, Denmaik Bulgaria and possiblv h ranee for a four- week tout Returning to Canada, the will play a six-week tour ot Ontario schools before Christmas and then in Januarv begin a three-month tour ot Ontario, New Brunsw ick Nova Scotia, New- foundland Prince Edward Island and Quebec At the end of this toui the company will have plaved in every province as well as the Arctic SEASONAL CLEAR-OUT f wwm f Pre Cut Material J WHILE QUANITIES LAST TEL AVIV Israel (AP) Israel's new defence minister, Shimon Peres 51, wrote a poem after the 1967 war about the birth of a pioneering settlement on the shore of the Dead Sea Now it has landed him on Israel s hit parade Yatfa Yarkoni Israel's leading singer discovered the poem had it set to music and it became a favorite of Israeli disc jokeys I just wrote a lew lines of poetry and I didn t think it would be worth Peres said SANTA MONICA (AP) Actress Fave Donaway and songwriter composer Peter Wolf have applied for a marriage license in Santa Monica Superior Court Miss Dunawav, 37 who stars in the current movie Chinatown was accompanied to the courthouse Monday by her fiance It will be the first marriage for both Miss Donaway and Wolf 28 No date was set for the ceremony CHICAGO (AP) Jazz musician Eugene (Jug) Am- mons known for his earthy tenor saxaphone style, died Tuesday in a Chicago hospital Ammons, 49, entered the hospital July 23 suffering from pneumonia Among the bands Ammons plaved with early m his career were those of King Kolax, Bil- ly Eckstme Woody Herman and Sonny Stitt In 1952 he formed his own group Among his most famous recordings were Exactly Like You Didn t We, Angel Eyes and Juddin Around He won a gold record for his recording ot Canadian Sunset SANTA MONICA, Calif (AP) Actress Stefame Powers filed Tuesday for divorce from actor Gary Lockwood They were married in 1966 Miss Powers 30, and Lock- wood 37 were separated le- gallv Mav 12 They have no children Grounds for divorce were listed as irreconcilable differ- ences Lockwood starred in The Lieutenant television series and the movie 2001 A Space Odyssev Miss Powers has appeared in numerous movies and television shows Satelites may bring TV stations to North IJIff VI f it T-Shirts J Baby Doll PJ's Polyester and cotton Night Gowns Polyester and cotton Men's Shoes 3 to choose Made in Canada Ladies' Sweaters I I A fcrtlkl OTTAWA (CP) Tiny In- dian and Innuit towns in the North will beam radio and television programs to each other through space if the government s Com muni jtions Technology Sdteli ce (CTS) gets off the ground next vear as planned A communications depart ment spokesman said Wednes- dav that CTS a joint venture with the U S government will be the most powerful communications satellite ever built packed with experimen- tal electronics and a new svstem of soaking up energv from the sun About 20 groups including three or four provinces the CBC and eight universities will tiy to plumb the social and technological possibilities of satellites during the two- year lifespan of CTS after its launch in the fall of 1975 Aside from communications among remote communities other experiments include linking major hospital facilities in Ottawa and Lon- don Ont with outposts in Moose Factorv Ont, and the Queen Charlotte Islands off northern British Columbia Two way television will en- able a small Quebec town to talk to French-speaking resi- dents of Prince Albert Sask Queen s University scien lists will try to develop a svstem tor directing train traffic outside the bounds of centralized traffic control Bell Canada scientists will experiment sending digital color television signals The government expects the satellite to cost about mil lion with a further 32 million for programming The U S government will provide the rocket launch and some components, and share time on satellite broadcasting 50 50 with Canadian groups, othcials say Does anyone remember Sacheen Littlefeather? f wwm K Ladies' Sweaters First Quality Crimp Priced to clear. LOS ANGELES (AP) Ap- pearance onstage at the Academy Awards often pro vides the bridge to fame and not if your name happens to be Sacheen Lit- tlefeather The name became famous on March 27 1972, when she appeared on the Oscar telecast to turn down Marlon Brando s award as best actor for The Godfather He had chosen the Apache woman 27, as surrogate to de- cline the award because of Hollywood's portrayal of the Indian After the flurry of publicity, not much has been heard from Miss Littlefeather, born Maria Cruz Recently she appeared in Los Angeles to tape a television discussion on the condition of the Indian in the United States Miss Littlefeather said she had known Brando for almost a year before the Oscar in- cident, adding that he dis- played a nice fatherly' at- titude towards her He helped her prepare a Washington, D C presentation on the In- dian s plight, she said, and he aided her during a serious il- lness Brando selected Sacheen for the Oscar mission on a whim She accepted as a means of getting the Indian cause be- fore the public Made in Canada Short tleaves, Child's Shoes Kingfisher Rod Approx. 3atylea Size 11 to 3 And catting reel Balanced outfit. Ladies' Sandals Charcoal Sketches Picture With Various GREYHOUND ANNOUNCES SUPER PHONE SERVICE We've added 2 extra phone lines to give you super express office service. And there's an exclusive ticket information number as well. Express Office 327-1551 and 327-1552 Ticket Information 327-1553 It's a super way to do business. BABY BONUS CONTEST WINNER Mrs. John Grisnich, Picture Butte Be sure to enter next month's draw Gift Certificate Prize. Greyhound super convenient TV highlights THURSDAY (MOVIE SCIENCE FICTION: Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, 6 p.m., Ch. 7.) An atomic sub tries to halt a radiation belt threatening the earth Walter Pidgeon, Joan Fontaine, Peter Lone 1961 2 hrs (DRAMA: The Waltons, 6 p.m., Ch.J.) Olivia s birthday ib disrupted when an airmail pilot crash lands in the Walton s meadow MOVIE DRAMA: The Looking Glass War, 7 p.m., Ch 9 Espionage in East Germany is the mission ol a British agent Christopher Jones. Pia Degermark, Ralph Richardson 1970 2 hrs (DOCUMENTARY. This Land, 8 p.m Ch 7 A correc- tional camp for juvenile delinquents is the totus of From Out of the Wilderness 60 mins (MOVIE DRAMA- Night Life, 9 p.m., Ch 7.) A suspense drama about a restaurant owner, his mistress and vengeful husband Anne Francis Charles Aidman, Tim Matheson 1973, 90 nuns FRIDAY (MOVIE WESTERN Westbound, 1 p.m., Ch 7 An ex citing tale ot a Union officer on a special mission during the Civil Virginia Mayo Karen Steele Andrew Duggan 1959 90 mins (MOVIE DRAMA. The Ballad of Andu Crocker, 1 p m Ch 13 A film about the civilian readjustment problems ot a Viet nani war hero Lee Majors Joey Heatherton Jimmy Dean 19h9 90 mins HIRES ROOT BEER RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs ire listed by tht Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald or Chinook Beverages Ltd. 69 6 50 f-drm News 7 30 V.vs Wthr Sports 9 12 C nee Line 12 3 Renmtk 12 20 Hdrm News 1 00 f.rjm Prices 1 30 (dll off the Land CHEC 1090 i 7 Jack 00 News, Wthr Sports 7 12 Paul Tester 12 b a m Rod MtDon ild News is 20 mm to the hour and 20 mm ifter Bob Hisketh-8 li 11 23 1 23 CJOC 1220 00 Probe 1220 5 25 Sports 5 40 M ii ket Report 1 41 I ocal Mews b 00 World jt Six 7 iO News Wthr Sports i1 W Hour of Information 1 110 News and dram Prices CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY b 00 9 00 a m Don McMaster 9 00 d m 3 00 p m Com le s C arouse! i 00 b 00 p m Don Me Master h 00 10 00 p m Del King 10 00 12 Midnight Comerts 12 00 Midnight Sign Off on thru IXI King CBR 1010 THURSDAY b 30 It Happtns S Oi Humes and Variations III 00 Vus 1" 10 I nun tht apitils 10 lr> 1 iNights III MUSK and Opinion 11 (If flu Innir I ar FRIDAY r) id I ps d O'i df, irv F Opcnu K III Woild it I ight ii 10 I M Opinu 4 00 at Nini 4 1 fins in the Summer 10 "il 1 irnc sif.nil 12 111 H idio Noon 1 JO Sumiru t Sc (nc 1 i. stoik M irkit 2 (H Summt r Sc tru 2 Oil th( Kuotd 3 30 Hancock Half Hour 4 no Novs 4 O'i Home Run h it Six IF THEY EVER BOTTLE SOFT DRINKS IN PAPER BAGS, HIRES WILL SEE THAT YOU GET THEM! 5 00 O Hollywood Squares O News Ot Password 5 25 (B Lucy 5 30 (D News O News O News 5 55 (B News 6 00 QD News O Waltons O Movie Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea 6 30 Ot Truth or Consequences