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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wvdnnday, January 29, 1975 Error mars play award TORONTO (CP) The chairman delivered the wrong lines at the presentation of the annual Chalmers Cana- dian play award here. Herbert Whittaker, head of the Toronto area critics' group that makes the selec- tion, announced to the audience of 250 that the winner was Rick Salutin, co creator of 1837 by the Theatre Passe Muraille Company. To a burst of cheers, Mr. Salutin announced that he and Passe Muraille and its actors Lethbridge Public Library and the Allied Arts Council Present... NORBERTBOHEM VIOLIN SONATA RECITAL with LOUISE NEEDHAM, Piano Wed., Jan. p.m. Library Theatre Gallery were donating their prize to the Mummers Troupe of New- foundland. Then Mr. Whittaker apologized and announced to a round of boos that he'd made a mistake and the winner was James Reaney for his St. Nicholas Hotel: The Donnelys, Part II. Mr. Reaney promptly took the microphone to denounce everyone connected with the presentation. "Next he advised, "tell the person who won four to five days ahead of time instead of this psycho sadistic drama that's been go- ing on here." The revised script found Mr. Salutin sharing with two other finalists. Bogart's widow enraged at Bogie commercialization BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) The widow Bogart was in a rage. "Every SOB and his brother are trying to make a buck from Lauren Bacal! declared. "They use his face on T-shirts, facemasks, posters, jigsaw puzzles, coasters. He was a man who hated commercialization. But he's dead and he can't fight back." Her tirade had been set off by news that a onetime friend was biography of Humphrey Bogart. Miss Ba- call had some choice words for the nature of the but she ad- mitted she was powerless to stop the book. "My lawyer tells me I have no rights in this the 50-year-old actress said. "Nor have I been able to do any- thing to stop the vulgar use of Bogie to sell products. "Everybody uses actors. They use us to promote every charity in the world. They use us to help get politicians elected. And then they tell us we have no rights. We are public figures, so anything they write or say or use about us is OK. You'd think that a man's widow and his children would be able to have some control over how he is ex- ploited after his death. But no. "Bogie was really a trust- ing person and time after time MEN'S DRESS SLACKS 100% Polyester. Sizes 32-40 Asst. plaids and plains, MEN'S SHIRTS Sizes S.M.L. Asst. styles and colors MEN'S TIES Geometries, plains and stripes MEN'S BELTS Shag cowhide, brown black. Sizes 28-42. LADIES' PULLOVERS Long sleeve bulky knits. Sizes S, M, L LADIES' PANT-TOPS Sizes 12-16. Asst. styles and colors LADIES'SLACKS Sizes 10-18. Asst. styles and colors LADIES' PULLOVERS MEN'S GLOVES Suedine S.M.L. Long sleeves assorted styles and colors GIRLS' BLOUSES AND PULLOVERS HOUSECOATS Sizes 8-14. Long sleeves, popular, prints LADIES' WINTER BOOTS Fleece lined. Popular styles and colours CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS Good assortment of A00 LADIES' PURSES styles and sizes. LADIES' PUMPS Asst. styles and colors MEN'S SLIPPERS Sizes S.M.L. Clip and pierced styles. Asst. drops and balls CHILDREN'S TIGHTS KER PLUNK GAME Game of nerve and skill BAKERY SPECIAL STRAWBERRY INFANTS DIAPER SETS IMPACT GAME Track the bell, swing the weight and you. score ADVENTURE SETS Wild, wild west or Modern Miss Penny Asst. styles and colors UNISEX SWEATERS Size 4-6x asst. styles and colors G.I. JOE ADVENTURE SETS "SEARCH For the stolen Idol" or'' AA "DEVIL of the Deep BOYS' JEANS ASSORTMENT Size 4-6x. Elastic waistband. G.I. JOE ACCESSORY KITS "DANGER of the Depths" or i >iOO Good selection of artists and titles. "SECRET mission to Spy BIG JIM BOAT AND BUGGIE INFANTS' T-SHIRTS Long sleeves 12-24 mos. and 2-3x. Asst. prints BARBIE CAMPER or Friendship centre ELIZABETH POST COSMETICS COFFEE MUGS Asst. styles STONEWARE POTS 4" soup bowls, open skillets and skillet with lid NOVELTY DECANTERS Choose from eye shadows blushers, lipsticks and powders BARRETTES Assorted styles LADY BRENTWOOD HOODED HAIR DRYER With steam mist, 4 only and remote control LIMITED QUANTITIU ON ALL CLIARANCIITIMS LAUREN BACALL he put his faith in people, only to be betrayed. Now he's be- ing used and no one can stop it." Among the targets of Miss Bacall's wrath were a Canada, Dry commercial which uses the familiar Bogart lisp and another Bogart imitation in a commercial that appears in French theatres. "Claude Chabrol, the fa- mous director, was paid a for- tune to shoot a commercial for Winston she said. "I think that's terrible, especially to promote ciga- rettes, which certainly con- tributed to Bogie's death." The actor died in 1957, having had a cancerous lung re- moved. Miss Bacall had mixed feel- ings about Woody Allen's Play It Again, Sam, in which Bogart appeared as an appa- rition to advise a mousey hus- band. "I think Woody had a creat- ive, funny idea for a she said. "But it was a taste- less idea on film. Why? Be- cause film lasts; plays don't." Bacall was back in town to visit old pals like Normally Johnson and Katharine Hep- burn, to appear on the Dinah Shore and Johnny Carson shows and talk about the new movie, Murder on the Orient Express. That's the old Agatha Christie whodunit with a supercast including Albert Finney, Sean Connery, Wendy Killer, Vanessa Redgrave, Richard Widmark, Michael York, John Gielgud and Jac- queline Bisset. Naturally she was asked if such a high-powered cast struck sparks with one other. "Are you she re- plied. "Who would be tem- peramental, in that group? Al- bie? An absolute dream. Sean? A complete dear. Wen- dy? Perfectly wonderful. The entire picture was a delight from beginning to end. "Good actors never throw theif weight around; they don't have to. It's the poor ac- tors who make waves." Miss Bacall recently re- from two years in England, where she appeared on the stage in Applause and filmed Orient Express. "But not at the same she said. "Finney was doing a play during the film and so were Wendy and Gielgud. How they managed, I don't know. I made the mistake of doing the television version of Applause while I was still in the show. It nearly killed me." TV highlights WEDNESDAY CURRENT EVENTS: This Land, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Mary Chapman hosts a day at the annual Morris Stampede, a country fidr in southern Manitoba and the second largest rodeo in North America. The Calgary Stampede is the largest. MUSIC: Musicamera, p.m., Ch. 7. "Carmen: The iDream and the Destiny" includes both discussion of Bizet's music and scenes from the opera, both in rehearsal and perfor- mance. BALLET: La Rose Malade, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. The Marseille Ballet and the Maya Plisetskaya of the Bolshoi Ballet are featured as Roland Petit gives us his interpretation of William Blake's poem "The Sick Rose." DOCUMENTARY: Pacificanada, p.m., Ch. 7. The National Film Board presents a look at a Vancouver policeman THURSDAY CURRENT EVENTS: Take 30, p.m., Ch. 7. Roloff Beny, a photographer from Medicine Hat is profiled. He .now lives lives in Rome and his pictures preserve the dis- integrating man-made wonders of Europe. PEPSI RADIO AND TV LISTINGS CHEC 1090 Monday thru Friday Farm News New, Weather, Sports News, Weather, Sports Grain Prices News, Weather, Sports News is 20 min. to the hour and 20 min. after cjoc mo Wednesday Probe 1220 World at Six Thursday CBC News News, Weather, Sports Phone Bill Show Hour of Information Probe 1220 Sports Market Report Local News World at Six CHEC-FM 100.9 Monday thru Friday p.m. Concie's Carousel Midnight: Concerts, Overtures and Encores CBR 1010 Wedneiday Night World at Six As It Happens Inter. String quartet! Finals From the Capitals Five Nights A Week Country Road Country. Style Thursday Warm-Up Calgary Eye Opener World at Seven World at Eight Eye Opener BBC News This Country in the Morning Time Signal Radio Noon Your Forum School Broadcast Off the Record World at Six As it Happens "Pepsi Cola proudly introduces the Fridge 40" KRTV 3 CABLE O KFBBTV5 CABLE (D Wednesday Wool wort is big... Big on Value Broadcast application approved CALGARY (CP) The Canadian Radio Television Commission (CRTC) nave an- nounced approval of an application by radio station CJSW to broadcast AM radio signals at the University of CJSW, owned and operated by the University Students Union, will broadcast to the campus residential area. Station program director Don Pennington said "this mean's we've got our carrier current licence which allows us to broadcast into our residential complex. We've been mostly closed circuit and on cable and FM 101.5." The station, which has operated as a closed system for 15 years, broadcasts music and news broadcasts during the day time hours. It also broadcasts and produces programs of jazz, folk, rock, and underground music at night. ONCE A HOSPITAL Napoleon Bonaparte's tomb isintheHoteldesInvalidesIn Paris. The hotel was once a hospital for military per- sonnel. I. Truth or Consequences O News B Hollywood Squares Password B News ONews BNews ID News Little House on the Prairie News 8) NHL B Tony Orlando and Dawn m Truth or Consequences Baretta That's My Mama B Little House on the Prairie First Annual Comedy Awards of the Year This Land O Manhunter B Musicamera Super Flick: McCloud O Cannon Get Christie Love a News News Sh Sh It's the News Tonight Show Know Your Sports Movie: Hec Ramsey Pacificanada News Tommy Banks Show News Merv Griffin Tomorrow Movie: A Taste of Honey Ttmfey Monlif Thought for the Day Farm News University of the Air Pirmchio News Understanding Our World Yoga Wii.rd of Oi Sahitc to Agriculture Farm Facts Cuiuda A.M. Captain Kangaroo i Today Show Klara's Korrier CJOC TV O CABLE 6 CFCNTVffi CABLE 4 O Tales of the River Bank a Juliette Friends 01 A.M. America O Ed Allen (D Romper Room O Access (School Telecast) 0) Audrey B Today In Montana