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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, June 6, 1970 -More SlaitiiiKi Kor Tlicalrc Plans To Quit Stage Ify COLIN IIAKHMV LONDON (AP) Knymcml llnssoy i.s making his first London singe appearance :W years, and lie .says it be his last. "I don't have the stamina any more for the the 73-y e a r -o 1 (I Canadian-born actor says. Massey confessed lie felt stark terror when he opened at the Duke of York Theatre last week in I Never Sang For Jly Father. The Robert Anderson play received generally enthusias- tic notices, but most of Ihe TOMMY TINKER 39 FLAVORS COLLEGE MAIL SUMMER HOURS DAILY 1 1 a.m. lo 1 1 p.m. I SUNDAY t p.m. lo 11 p.m. praise for Massey, a fa- vorite with the British. lie is not pleased with Hit! way things have been develop- in" in the theatre since lie played his last stage role in the United Slates 12 years ago. "To me theatre should he enchantment, make believe, let's pretend. Today it's sex, obscenity and squalor. "We don't seem to have en- tertainment any more. The stage has become a dissect ing table and I'm sure people don't want to he insulted by the vulgarity of the permis- sive theatre or cinema. NOT ALL LAUGHS "I don't mean it's got to be all light the Wa- terfront was rugged and sav- age and it was a great film, but to me Prisoner of Xenda was great too.'' Massey says he has given up going to the movies and seldom visits the theatre any more. He has fond m e m o r i c s about his role as Dr. Gillespie in The Dr. Kildarc scries on television. "It will be for Ibis and not (he theatre that people will re- member me." he said. "With someone like Gilles- pie yon get a wonderful chance lo develop Ihe charac- you can't have in movies or (he lliealrc which are just a one-shot thing." Born in Toronto, Massey be- came a U.S. citizen in ltM4. lie got his first taste of (he stage soon after the First World War when he (rcop entertainments in Sib- eria. Massey got his first part in a London West end theatre at playing an 80-year-old as he does in his latest play. Aiilo-iVlakcrs Walch Effects Of Free Dollar OTTAWA (CP) Trade Min- ister Jean-Luc Popin told the Commons recently that dian auto manufacturers do not yet know how revaluation of Hie Canadian dollar will affect the car industry. Replying to Don Mr. P e p i n said he thought that because of progress under the U.S.- Cnnada auto pact Canadian manufacturers are "in a posi- tion to cope rather" well the new situation." The government was wilting to help automakers if they ran into trouble. Mr. Alazankowski. an auto i dealer, said sales of Canadian-' made cars have dropped this year while sales of foreign cars have climbed. Educational TV GOLF CLUB The Taber Golf Club is presenlly completing con- struction on a new nine hole grass gresn golf course. The course will be open for play in the Spring of 1971 and features a complete underground watering system, planted fairways and bent grass greens. Excellent club- house facilities have been completed and are ready for use. Anyone wishing lo assure themselves of an opportunity of using this new course is encouraged to purchase a share in the club. There are 47 shares left in the present block at a price of per share. The next block of shares will sell for per share. Anyone wishing to purchase a share or obtain Further information may contacti GORDON LAURIE Box 415 Taber, Alberta. R. A. COLLEAUX.C.A., President, Taber Golf Club SPECIAL NOTICE FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS A new program is available at S.A.I.T. In RECREATION FACILITY MAINTENANCE Applications are now being accepted for this 36-week program commencing SEPTEMBER The program provides education and train- ing in the theory and practice of operating and maintaining recreation facilities such as swimming pools, athletic fields, play- grounds and curling and skating rinks EDUCATIONAL PREREQUISITE: The educational prerequisite for this pro- gram is an Alberta Grade 10 standing. Special consideration will be given to applicants having the equivalent in edu- cation experience. ]liis piogiam consists of four consecutive terms, one of 12 weeks and three of 3 weeks. Personnel who ore presenlly em- ployed in the maintenance of recreational facilities may enroll for a single term for upgrading training but the completion of oil terms totalling 36 weeks is necessary in order to obtain the certificate in Recreation Facility Maintenance. Registrations and inquiries should be directed to: THE REGISTRAR SOUTHERN ALBERTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 130! 16th AVENUE N.W, CALGARY 41, ALBERTA SOUTHERN ALBERTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY CALGARY, ALBERTA "own OTTAWA While entertain- I ment television programs in i the home may become domin- I antly Canadian, the opposite silUEticn is likely to occur in classrooms which could be swamped by U.S. programs on Canadian educational television channels. This paradoxical situation is approaching rapidly because most of the provincial govern- ments haven't allocated the i necessary funds to ETV pro- i grammmg. the C o m m o n s j broadcasting committee was warned recently. CBC president Dr. George Davidson testified that besides the existing CBC schnsl broad- cast productions, only the On- tario department of education is gearing for production of its own ETV programs this fall a substantial way." He said Ontario will telecast its shows over a new CBC sta- tion and transmitter being built in Toronto under its ETV li- cence. Some of these, along with CBC productions, likely will be used by the clher provinces but he pointed to Alberta as an example of the shortcomings involved. The Alberta department of education provides ETV pro- grams over a recently-opened CBC French-Language station in Eclmcntcn, using some CBC material but relying heavily on tapes procured from the U.S. because it. produces none of Us own programs, he said. With the anticipated upsurge in ETV "unless the other prov- inces (besides Ontario) do their part, the situation we are going to arrive at is that the facilities for ETV in Canada will be sub- stantially in excess of the capability to fill the program he said. Dr. Davidson expressed the fear that the provinces Ihen will succumb to the "tempta- licn" to use cheap U.S. tapes for their ETV programming Atheists Wed AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) Self- proclaimed atheist Madalyn Murray O'Hair, performed what she termed the first atheist wedding in the United States Sunday night. The couple, Rob- ert Egaii, 22, and Shelley Hill, 20, joined hands in an outdoor setting with about two dozen friends looking on. Mrs. O'Hair is the bishop of Poor Richard's Universal Life Church, which she founded. FRISKY ANIMAL The Japanese spaniel is a frisky little dog with a silky coat. THE PERFORMANCE Of THE YEAR To Commemorate the 25th ANNIVERSARY OF THE LIBERATION OF THE NETHERLANDS by the Canadian Forces A.T.C. CO-OP. AND CO-OP. NEDERIAND THE WORLD FAMOUS INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED ROYAL MALE CHORUS "MASTREECHTER STAAR" 185 male voices, blended perfectly together to present to you ona of the most enjoyable concerts this city has ever hosted. MUSIC FROM THE MASTERS OPERA LIGHT OPERA FOLK MUSIC A MUST for music lovers. A night long 1o be remembered. JUNE 9th and 10th CALGARY JUBILEE AUDITORIUM 8 P.M. For information and tickets Contact L. M. FROUWS Phone 327-8679 or 328-3631 ITV HIGHLIGHTS: SATURDAY DOCUMENTARY: Prelude lo War, li p.m., fli. 7: A Wolper special relating British prime minister Chamber- lain's appeasement of the territorial demands of the Nazis. SPECIAL: The Draft: Who (MO p.m., Ch. II: A look at the American draft system, its problems and in- equities. jMOVIE: For Those Who Think Young, 1 p.m., Ch. 9: James Darren and Pamela Tiffin star in a comedy about a wealthy student wlio tries to prevent the dosing down of a local night club. RELIGION: Oral Roberts, 8 p.m., Cli. Ill: Roberts speaks on Youth in the Now. Guests include Lou Rawls and Jeannic C. Kiley. MOVIE: Laura, p.m., Ch. 7: Based on the best- selling mystery by Vera Caspary, the 1944 adaptation of a murder case involving a beautiful victim and a detective who becomes obsessed with her portrait. Star Gene Tier- ney and Dana Andrews. MOVIE: Beau Gestc, a p.m., Cli. 13: After taking the blame for a partner's crime, a young American business- man joins the French Foreign Legion in Arabia. With Guy Stoekwell. SPECIAL: Tlic Magnificent Flying Machine, Ch. 7: The story of the giant Boeing 747, the "jumbo which is to be modified to hold up to passengers. MOVIE: The Little Hut, p.m., CIl. II: A woman. is stranded on a desert island with her indifferent hus- band and an ardent suitor. Stars Ava Gardner, Stewart Granger and David Niven. MOVIE: Taras Balba, p.m., Ch. 7: A 19C2 drama about Kith-century cossacks. With Tony Curtis and Yul Brynner. MOVIE: The Ugly American, p.m., Ch. Marlon Brando stars as the U.S. ambassador to a South- east Asian state who is caught in a tense three-way politi- cal struggle. SUNDAY SPECIAL: Disbanding of the Black Watch, 2 p.m.. Cli. 7: Retirement from active service of the Royal Higlilaud Regiment of Canada due to 'the unification policy. SPORTS: Kalcidosport, 3 p.m., Ch. 7: Highlights of the National Fencing Championship and of the Clyde Gray- Eddy Perkins welterweight bout of last April. PUBAFFAIRS: Life on the 4 p.m., Cli. 7: The New Majority examines the problems of suburban youth. VARIETY: Collage, 5 p.m., Cli. 7: Guests' include har- monica player Claude Garden playing the Ritual Fire Dance. CHILDREN'S: World of Disney, 6 p.m., Ch. 7: Ex- cerpts from some of Disney's musical films including Sleeping Beauty and The Whale Who Wanted to Sing at the Met. SPECIAL: Emmy Awards, 6 p.m., Ch. 11: The 22nd annual presentation of honors for the best television shows and performers in the 1969-70 season. VARIETY: Music Hall, 6 p.m., Ch. 13: Des O'Connor welcomes Carol Lawrence, Bob Denver and British singer Val Doonican. DRAMA: Forsyte Saga, 9 p.m., Cli. 7: Soames tries to win back his estranged wife, Irene. With Eric Porter and Nyree Dawn Porter. SPECIAL: Fabulous Sixties, 9 p.m., Cli. 13: Featured tonight is 1969, the year Mary Jo Kopechne died, Prince Charles was invested as the Prince of Wales, Woodstock oc- curred and movies became even more explicit. DOCUMENTARY: Canada At War, 10 p.m., Ch. 7: It's 194041 and German U-boats are taking a heavy toll of Allied shipping. DRAMA: Marcus Welby, 10 p.m., Ch. 13: A rerun about parents who have trouble coping with their son's new ill- ness leukemia. With Bradford Dillman. MOVIE: The Castillian, p.m., Ch. 7: A Spanish hero leads a desperate struggle to overthrow the Moors. With Cesar Homero and Broderick Crawford. MONDAY MOVIE: Wee Gcordie, 1 p.m., Cli. 13: A puny Scot takes a physical-fitness course and grows into a strapping young man. With Bill Travers (of Born PUBAFFAIRS: Take 30, 3 p.m., Ch. 7: An English- speaking family talks about their year in Quebec City. INTERVIEW: Busby Berkeley, 4 p.m., Ch. 13: Pierre Bcrton talks with the dance director considered to be the best Hollywood produced. vyiiH HAITI ROBERTS RALPH CARMICHAEL HIS ORCHESTRA THE WORLD ACTION SINGERS 0 0 A 9 Hrl AN MO H X INNER O t WO 1A If- VL! ITY STEVE OWENS JOHN WOODEN O _, ORAL ROBERTS YOUTH SPECIAL IN COLOR TONIGHT CFCN CHANNEL 13 p.m. i TUNt IN EVERT SUNDAY F Of! 'ORAL FIQBERI5 A WEEM-t IN COLOfl Pool Staff PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) Swimming pool staff for the summer season at the Picture Butte Swimming Pool com- prises pDcl supervisor Dan Nel- son of Wrentham; assistant su- pervisor Miss Shelly Palmer; lifeguards Bob Takasaki, Vi- vian Gilbert, Shirley Kulka and Robert Oliver. NIGHT CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 UNITED CABS Gerald Collins tynn Tennant Mike Tinordi- Hcnry Wclbrock -A- cjoc News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour SATURDAY NIGHT News Wayne Barry Daryl Ferguson Aclion Sol All Night jnow SUNDAY ROQ Ingram News Christian Science Voice of Sunday Magazine Rob Ingram Churcl News Paul Tivltlar Holiday Something 'o Say capital Rerun CBC Showcase Funny You Mint, Sny That Soiicis ol Faith Hour of Decision Evangel Houi k CHEC iroadcasl Music from Prairies jar MONDAY Jim Elliot Show Phcni? ild Gardening Bulletin Board Probe 1220 News, Sports Jack Thys Snow Bulletin Board Probe 1220' lenl Road Report News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour Inst. Tabernncl Back to God Hour Music for SATURDAY NIGHT Mem Dinner Showcase Hour BOCK to Hie Biole Author interviews World Tomorrow Music for Late Nilers News fifteen minutes to Ih" hour SATURDAY a.m. Tom Mitchell a.m. CHEC FM Spori Reporl a.m. John David Horn CHEC FM News CHEC FM Sport Report p.m. Chuck Holiday a.m. Shawn KeNey SUNDAY Sign On Over Ihe Rainbow Comments Way I See II Communily Buileiin Board Call of the Land Choir News, Sports, Wthr. Ihe cattle Prices Sho'.viime Commcnls News, Sports, Wthr CHEC-FM News tiileen minutes SUNDAY to the hour. noon The Other Monday thru Friday Side a.m. Tom Mitchell p.m. Chuck a.m. CHEC FM Holiday Sport Reporl p.m. The a.m. John David Other Side Hern MONDAY CHEC FM Newi Ron Stone CHEC FM ________ _______ Farm Show Spori Reporl News, Sports, Wthr News, Sports, Wthr. p.m. The OSher Morning Mslodies The Way I Luncheon See It News, Snorts, Wthr. Stock Market Bruce Thompson Report News Woman's World Three Hills Bible Jean Pouley Chuck Holiday p.m. CHEC FM Sport Report a.m. Shawf Kelley CBR Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY NIGHT Indian Magazine On Stage Metronome Pralley 31 Movies A Doll's House Morley Callaghan What's Mew Music Pas! Mid- night SUNDAY Morning Concert children's Stories Voice of trie Pioneer Prairis Gardener Sunday Magazine Sunday Supplement Vancouver Cham. Orchesira Capital Repnrt Your Two Bucks Worth Songs of Faith Funny You Shoulrf Say That Cross Country Sunday and F-ricnds National News Weekend Sound Sludio 70 Continental Rhapsody Symphony Hall Music from Fial- Don MONDAY Eye- ODener Sho :00 World at Eight :13 Commentary :35 Max Ferguson :10 Gnlloplnq Gourmet :15 Gerrusi! :55 Nathan Cohen :00 News :55 :03 Matinee :J5 Crin. Short Slorlei :b5 Vibrations :03 Radio Noon :15 After Noon :G3 Entrc Nous :30 Malinec :55 Personality 03 Afternoon Concert :55 Actuality 00 BBC News 10 Weather SLEEPER A. Chesterfield by Day and a Comfortable Bed for Night In Assorted Fabrics and Colors. SPECIAL ONLY CONVENIENT TERMS A TELEVISION EASILY ARRANGED v 9 FURNITURE 9 APPLIANCES Cor. 4th Ave.-5th St. 5. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) SATURDAY NIGHT Canadian Guards c Survival (c) Prelude to War Laurel and Hardy Happy Feeling Hillbillies Movre: Laura Magificent Flying Machine News Teleprobft 7 Movre: Tares Bulba SUNDAY Pinnochio and Oz FaHh for Today Cc) Conjundatum Enterprise in Aclion Butler's Best Island Observed Pussy Cat Purr Tiger Roar Country Calendar Ladies From Hell Kaleidosporf New Majority CBC TV News Collage Reach for the Top World of Disney Tommy Hunter c My World and Welcome lo It Ed Sullivan Forsyte Saija (c) Canada at War Wepfcer.t! Teieprote 7 Movie: The Caslilian MONDAY Pinnochio and OZ Mr. Dress up Ed Allen (c) News Friendly Giant (c) Chei Helena Our Town News Luncheon Daft Part 1 Cartoons Cartoon Party Luncheon Date Part 2 Movie: Cage of Evi! Take Thirty Edge of Niqht (c) Galloping Gourmet A Place of Your Own Hillbillies CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) SATURDAY NIGHT Sports Roundup MONDAY News Report Oil Report Sixth Column Safety Roundup Market Place Jackie Gieason Call of the West Oral Roberts Football: Calgary Special at Toronto Movie: Beau Geste World To.-mrrow News Movie: The Ugly American SUNDAY News Rex Hunib Religion Oral Rober Day of Discovery Safety Roundup (c) Report Window On Britain, Court Martial This Week Report Question Period Challenging Sea Flying Nun Des O'Connor Show Dream of Jesnnie Glen Campbell Bewilched Fabulous Sixlies Marcus Weiby c News University of Air Uncle Bobby (c) Romper Room (c) Grsmps Grllus (c) Parlons Francais Today (c) Peyton Place Magistrate's Court Cs'rloon Tnealre Buckshot Movie: Wee Geordie People in Conflict Doctor's "Vary (c) Pierre Berlon Wynne's Pad Popeye KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch- 9) Aclion I'M G.E. Colegg Bowl Amatfur Hour SATURDAY NIGHT Green Acres Glen Campbell Gunsmokf c Movie: For 'ThosE Rogir Mudd Who Think Young Name of Garni Oepuly SUNDAY Living Word Tom and Jerry c Revival Fires c Cathedral c Kallileen Kuhlman Drannel 8.30 Tabernacle Choir r Bracken's W Insight c Faca the Nation c Meet the Press TEA AAU Track and Field Sale of Cfinlury Square-, c Wlio, What, Where Lassie Wild Kingdom AnoHtcr World of Disney Somerset c Bill Cosby Show c As Hie World Turns Bonanza c Our Lives c Mission: Impossible The Doctors c Hawaii FiveO Another World- Bay Cily Edge of Night t and You Corner Pyle Mike Douglas c Andy Griffith Cronkiie News T _ _ he MONDAY Salute Agricultur Our Worlii Today Show c Lucille Ball c Tdoay in Montana Huntley-Brinkley c KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel S (Cablevision Ch. 11) ie Lir SATURDAY NIGHT This Let'; Make a Deal The Clirist Nuwlywed Gome Dircr.tions Lawrence We Ik c The Draft Petticoat Junction Then Came Bronson The Brides News Movie: The Little Hut SUNDAY Ftifm News Dudley Do Riohi c FgnMsik Voyage c Discdvcry c Galloping Gourmet Woman's World 9 00 Best of Everything and Aic-wers A World Apart Sunday All My Children Bible Story Make a Dcai c Land of Giants Newlywcd Game E-d Sullivan Dalinq Game Emmy Award Secrel Storm c F.B.I. One Life to Liva News Dark Shadows Movie: Teenage Lovo is s Many Millionaire Splcndored Thing MONDAY Bend News Capl. Krtnaar 7-00 II fakes Two Jack Lalcinn General Hospital ?-30 I ife with Linkleller Thf.l Girl Bowilclied TV.5 News jacnuns Coustcfly ;