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The Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta e THE UETHBRIDQE HERALD Wednesday, January 9, 1974 Canada Council annual report TV highlights Boom in Canadian plays production OTTAWA (CP) A boom in production of Canadian plays by regional theatre groups has been reported by the Canada Council in its annual report to Parliament. In the 1971-72 season, the number of performances of works by Canadian playwrights more than doubl- The Kinsmen Club of Lethbridge In Conjunction With Lethbridge Minor Hockey Association Proudly Presents SKflTE-A-THON 73-74 To Be Held On Henderson Lake During Minor Hockey Week Saturday, Feb. 2nd, 1974 (Weather Permitting) We Invite Any Youth Organization That Wishes To Participate In This Project To Call ed from the previous season, and accounted for nearly half of all theatre performances. A council spokesman said that while figures for last sea- son and the current season are not yet complete, it appeared the trend towards more productions of Canadian plays has continued. Council figures apply to the theatres receiving operating grants from the Canada Coun- cil-23 of them in 1971-72 and 18 the previous year. Last year, the council subsidized more than 40 theatres and theatre arts organizations. There were perform- ances of plays in the 23 regional theatres in 1971-72, of which were of Canadian plays The previous year, the figures were and respectively. The council said the growth in use of Canadian plays has heen dramatic, and this increases the danger of a let- down if theatres-as well as the other performing to trim their budgets excessively because of shortage of funds. Playwrights lodge protest VANCOUVER (CP) The British Columbia League of Playwrights has objected to the hiring of an Englishman to head the Stratford Festival in Ontario. David Watmough, acting chairman of the league, said today the festival's board of directors should have looked more closely at Canadian talent to be in charge of the million annual festival. Mr. Ron Ponych 327-0674 or Mr. Bill Johnson 328-5820 Kinsmen Club Of Lethbridge WEST COAST SEAFOODS TRUCKLOADSALE OF Fresh Fish and Seafoods Will hold at Green Acres Drive-In On Mayor Magrath Dr., Herring Oysters Halibut Shrimp Salmon Smoked fish Thurs., Fri., Jan. From 11 a.m. and p.m. Aak For Pricelot and Schedule WEDNESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "The 6 p.m., Ch. 7. A beautiful young vocalist who is crippled and falls in love with her real life husband and they move in together but it doesn't work out. Stars are Natalie Wood and Robert Wagner. CONCERT SPECIAL: Tony and Lena, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. Tony Bennett and Lena Home in concert with a 24-song salute to com- poser Harold Arlen a highlight. SPECIAL: The Espionage Establishment, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. This documentary seeks to describe the liaison between Canada and the U.S. and the co-operation of the two countries in intelligence matters. MOVIE DRAMA: "The 8 p.m., Ch. 13. A successful oil well fire fighter who is reunited with his daughter after many years. Spectacular special effects. MUSIC: Muslcamera, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. The music of Mexico is traced in this documentary. DOCUMENTARY: "The Fragile 9 p.m., Ch. 11. A study of mental health narrated by Joanne Woodward. DOCUMENTARY: West, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. A look at the men of southern Alberta's badlands who turned to music for fun and extra money during the depression years. MOVIE COMEDY-DRAMA: "The Family 12 mid- night, Ch. 7. A young married couple, their difficulties in living with the groom's parents and the gossip that almost ends the marriage. THURSDAY INTERVIEW: Fred Davis, 11 a.m., Ch. 13. Cloris Leachman of the Mary Tyler Moore Show talks about her priorities as a woman and as an actress. Public response to national tour pleases singer MOVIE DRAMA: "Haunts of the Very 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Vacationers at a lush, tropical resort discover idyllic paradise has all the aspects of hell. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Telewison Stations Any variation in program schedule is due to .last-minute changes by the stationi and not the'responsibility ot The Lethbridge Herald CHEC MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 00 Buryl Clarke 6 50 Farm News 7 30 News. Wthr, Sport 900 Checlme 1000 Walt Edwards 12 00 John Oliver WEDNESDAY 500 Probe 1220 5 02 Jim Parsons Show 6 00 World at Six 6 35 Jim Parsons Show 8 00 John Charles 12 30 Kevin McKenna Show THURSDAY 6 00 CBC News 6 05 Jack Thys Show 7 50 News, Weather Sports 1230 News 1 00 Grain Prices 1 01 Call ot the Land 3 00 Jack Neufeld 5 00 News. Wthr. Sports 7 00 Paul Tessier 1200 Roy Renmck CJOC 8 35 Phone Bill Show 1005 Gord Whitehead Show 1100 Jack Thys 1200 Hour of Information 1 05 Gord Whitehead Show 3 05 Jirn Parsons Show 5 00 Probe 1220 525 Sports 5 40 Market Report 5 50 Local News 6 00 World at Six CHEC-FM 100.9 By JOHN ROCKWELL New York Times Service PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 7 Bob Dylan, dressed in jeans, a zippered sweat shirt and a fur hat, sat bare-footed and cross- legged on the living room couch of a suite in the Sheraton Hotel in U'U Sunlight itauid 69 AY LMER 14 Fl_. OZ TINS DET ERGENT 32 FL. OZ BOTTLE PorU Mtoele Whip KRAFT PARKAY 3 LB NET WT KRAFT CANADIAN SINGLES PAST PROC 2 L n N L T W T d Fruit CcckfcU r, Helper i RHODES LOAF PKG TOP- yA LU b FL OZ TINS. OONC LNTRAT v fm COLDLN YCLLOW 15 OZ. NET WT PACKAGE. BAGGIES 5urf Determent To'tUt s s CANADA NO.l IMPORTED A A (ucwfaiw CANADA NO.l Vine Ripened Woes Grade A Beef ....__... r.inaria Rrade A Beef A _ _ PIMrNTO.MLAT OLIVE, OR Canada Grade A _Beef MOCK CHICKEN Short Rite 4 OZ. NET WT PORTIONS. LB. Your Local indoponaom 642-13th St. N. Phono 328-5742 MIHALIK'S FREE City Delivery Larpe Orders ve Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednei and Saturday t a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday t am to p.m. only the highest quality goods at the lowest possible prices. ftdk nyn iw Ptetjiri Bi Aiirta Mayfair Philadelphia Tuesday wiping sleep from his eyes and gradually overcoming a cer- tain frog-throatedness usually associated with the early morning hours Then, in one of his rare press interviews, he discussed the response to his national tour, his first in eight years. "Now that it's happened, it pleases he said. "But if it hadn't happened, it wouldn't have disappointed me, either." "Being on tour is like being in limbo. It's like going from nowhere to nowhere" he said. "But at least the audiences are different. The audiences on this tour have been very he continued. "Chicago's always good. But on our last tour, Stockholm and London and New York and Austin, Tex. we are not making it to Austin on this trip were good, too. After we finish this we'll sit down and decide what we're going to do next. Maybe we'll go to Europe." The mood among those associated with the nation- wide Bob Dylan tour that began last Thursday in Chicago might best be described as prudently eu- phoric. David Gaffen of Records, who brought Dylan and The Band, back together for the occasion, called the reception at the first four concerts "fan- tastic Robbie Robertson, lead guitarist and spokesman for the band, says it's been "incredible The response to the an- nouncement of the tour, with over J5 million in sales and some million in orders, astonished Dylan. Robertson, talking later in his own room, was not as calm "The ticket orders and the audience response have been just he said "We've all been waiting a long time, especially Bob. And when we finally get there, to have it be a disappointment would have been really heartbreaking But it's been wonderful." "The last tour we did, in 1965-6. was like a Dylan recalled. "This one" is 'more like a hard ram. The last tour, we were going all the time, even when we weren't going. We were always doing something else, which is just as draining as performing. We were looking for Loch Ness monsters, staying up for four days running and making all those 8 o'clock curtains, besides. There won't be any of that on this tour for me, anyway Dylan is not particularly sympathetic to the "glitter rock" phenomenon that has become popular of late. Although he said that he had "no feelings" about the glitter rockers, he offered on reflec- tion that he liked David Bowie "he probably got started listening to us, back in '65 or "66" and even Alice Cooper basic Rock 'n' Robertson is more explicit in his distaste. "It's heartening, the audiences' response so far We don't take our clothes off, or hang ourselves on stage, or paint our hair. We don't have anything to offer but the music. We are not a bunch of cutie-pies, we're grown-up people." The current tour repertory has been drawn from a group of about 80 Dylan songs that Dylan and the band ran through last November and December in Malibu, Calif. "We've tried to do as much as Dylan said. "We want to keep things added Robertson. MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6am 12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon -6pm Dell-O 6pm 10 p m Don Hedman 10 p m 12 Midnight Concerts Overtures (Bob Concie) SATURDAY 6 a.m. 12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon -6pm Don Hedman 6 p.m. -lam Dell-O SUNDAYS 6am -1pm Concerts. Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) 1-2 p m The Gasthaus (German Program) 2-6 p m Don Hedman 6pm 12 midnight Concerts. Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) CBR WEDNESDAY NIGHT 6 00 World at Six 6 30 As It Happens 8 03 Concern 1000 News, Sports Weather 10 10 From the Capitals 1015 Five Nights a Week 10 30 Inside From the Outside 11 03 Written in Rock THURSDAY 530 Warmup 6 05 Eye Opener 8 00 World at 8 805 900 913 1059 1203 1 55 203 230 330 400 405 600 630 Eye Opener World at Nine This Country Time Signal Radio Canada Stockmarket School Broadcast Off the Record Max Ferguson BBC News Home Run World at Six As It Happens WINNER Pictured above from left to right are Mr. Stu Creighton sales manager of Chinook Beverages limited, Mrs. 3. Daktor and George Daktor of 327- 12th St. S E, Medicine Hat, and Mr. Peter Enns, general manager of Chinook Beverages Limited Although Mrs. Daktor seems to have the firmer grip on the cheque, it was George who was the lucky holder of a "POKER CAPS II" hand. Congratul- ations and a posperous new year George, from Pepsi Cola CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevlsion Ch. 6) 500 530 600 730 800 900 1000 1030 1100 11 20 1200 600 630 700 715 WEDNESDAY NIGHT 7 30 Hollywood Squares 8 00 News 9 00 Movie The Affair 9 30 Odd Couple 10 00 Espionage 10 30 Musicamera 11 00 West 1200 Tommy Banks 12 30 News 1 00 PM 1 30 Movie The 2 00 Family Way 2 30 THURSDAY 3 00 Pinnochlo 3 30 Secrets in the Kitchen 4 00 News Farm and City 4 30 Wizard of Oz 5 00 Won Giant Uncle Bobby What the' is Going On? New Horizons Alberta Schools Mr Dress Up Sesame Street Spiderman Truth or Consequences Let s Make a Deal General Hospital Our Town Klaras Korner Take 30 Edge of Night Family Court A Place of Your Own Hollywood Squares CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevislon Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NIGHT 5 30 Hogans Heroes 6 00 News 6 30 Outdoors Unlimited 7 00 Tony and Lena Sp 8 00 The Hellfighters 1030 Ian Tyson 11 00 News 1120 News 1200 Merv Griffin THURSDAY 5 55 Thought for Day 6 00 University of Air 630 Yoga 7 00 Canada A M 8 30 Romper Room 9 00 This Week 915 Parlons Francaisk 9 30 Polka Dot Door 1000 Lifestyle 1030 Pay Cards 11 00 Fred Davis Show 11 30 Beat the Clock 1200 Buckshot 12 30 Flmtstones 1 00 Matinee Movie Haunts of the Very Rich 30 Somerset 3 00 Another World 3 30 What s the Good Word 4 00 Anything You Can Do 4 30 Mod Squad 5 30 Get Smart 5 55 News 6 30 Mystery Movie Shaft KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIGHT 4 00 News 430 News 5 00 Bonanza 600 Cannon 7 00 Kojak 8 00 Mannix 9 00 News 9 30 Tonight Show THURSDAY 5 15 Our World 5 45 Salute to Agriculture 6 00 Today Show 7 00 Today in Montana 7 30 Pyramid 800 Gambit 830 900 930 955 1000 1030 11 00 11 30 1200 1230 1 00 1 30 300 330 400 430 Hollywood Squares Bank-0 Jeopardy News Price is Right As the world Turns Days of our Lives Doctors Another World Matoh Game Secret Storm Mike Douglas Joker s Wild News News News KFBB Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) WEDNESDAY NIGHT 430 News 500 News 5 30 Truth or Consequences 6 00 The Rock and Roll Years 6 30 Movie Shootout m a One Dog Town 8 00 The Fragile Mmd 900 News 930 Movie The Crimson Pirate THURSDAY 555 News 6 00 Captain Kangaroo 700 News 800 Audrey 8 30 Jack Lalanne 9 30 Search for Tommorrow 1000 All My Chi'dren 1030 Lets Make A Deal 11 00 Newly Wed Game 1130 News 1200 General Hospital 1230 One Life to Live 1 00 Love American Style 1 30 Wizard Of Odds 2 00 Three on a Match 2 30 Girl in My Life 3 00 Split Second 3 30 Brady Bunch 400 Password 430 News 500 5 30 Truth or Conseqoencm ;