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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, Juno 15, 1972- 13 KINDS There aro 13 species ot alba- tross. TELI, BY TASTE Most ncids are characterized by sour tssle. Passport Photos Candid Wtddlngi Pictora Framing Photo Supplin A. E. CROSS STUDIO Phon. 328-0111 710 3id S. Phone 338-0222 Mime play written by a Canadian lOnt. (CP) The Canadian Mime Theatre Tuesday night presented what !s believed to be the first full-length mime play I written by a Canadian. The Kinsmen Club Presents UNDER THE BIG TOP Writer Martin Lager was in Ihe audience for tlie world pre- miere presentation of The Vaga- bonds, wliich opened the mime heat re's fourlli summer season n this community 40 miles north of Niagara Falls. Mr. Lager, who was born in Toronto, began writing in Winni- peg and now lives on a farm in IROUS SAL, JUNE 17th 2 and 8 P.M. FORT WHOOP-UP INDIAN BATTLE PARK TICKETS ADULTS CHILDREN AVAILABLE AT THE GATE Support the Kinsmen Club and your Transit System by riding the bus. Bus service will leave from 4th Ave. in front of Kitsans Pharmacy between I p.m. to 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. on a 15 minure icfiedufe. The bus will return from For! Whoop-Up at the end of each performance. Remember your exact fare 10c all transfers will be honored. Diuisford, Out., said he was "reasonably pleased" wilh the opening-night presentation of liis work. For Sir. Lager, a full- length mime play is "exploring in another area of Ihe theatre." Mr. Lager turned to writing after an acting career. In the last 10 years he has written ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 50 NUMBERS JACKPOT IN 55 NOS. IN IN 57 NOS. l( no binflo called oiler 57 nos., we will conllnuo for NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AUOWEDI PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS TONITE THURSDAY-JUNE 15-CHEMOS FRIDAY-JUNE 16-CHEMOS SATURDAY-JUNE 17-FOUR HITS AND A MISS Radio O A DIVISION OF TANDY LEATHER CO. OF CANADA LIMITED CHANG _ tfii IAB-12A Our Lowest Priced [IJ in Dynamically Balanced 4-PoTs Motor for txatt Spsexf5 Low-M Count erwe'yhted Tons Arm fftatura for fjne record ad- justed tracking and anti-riata, AC "pop" filter, ball-bfiaitng arm pivots. 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LETHBRIDGE sketches, song hree onc-acl plays, eight twp- and plays, three radio jlays, scripts for five feature 'ilnis and 14 short films, and was senior writer and script consultant for Ihe CBG 26-epi- sode television series, Adven- tures in Rainbow Country. MUSICAL PERFORMED His latest work, a Dr. recently per- formed in Sudbury. He said the idea of writing a full-length mime play had been in the back of his mind since writing Ws first play, in which the central character was a mime. He had written that role for Adrian an actor with the Manitoba Theatre the co-founder and ar- tistic director ot the Canadian Mime Theatre. When Mr. Pecknold commis- sioned him to write a mjtne play for the company, Mr. Lager turned lo another of his early plays for the story line. The Vagabonds follows the isadvcntures of two tramps ho steal an old woman's ring, efore they return the rinfl, the amps, who look like Harpo larx and Charlie Chaplin and ct like Laurel and Hardy, al- mpt lo fool a policeman by sguising themselves as a bride nd groom, stop a young and estitute girl from hanging her- ,elf, open a pizzeria and stage a audeviUe show. Mr. Pecknold and Harro Mas- ow portray the tramps, Maggie otter the girl and Wayne pccht all the other male char- clers as well as the old Mr. Lager described his work s "primarily a kind of romp lat maybe has a statement in t about a certain aspect of ifc." The Vagabonds is the first of nrcc productions the mime the- trc is presenting this season, ind which run concurrently vith the Shaw Festival here to Sept. 3. ITV HJGHUGHTSI THURSDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "Giclgct Grows p.m., Ch. 7. The energetic ox-bayou girl combines romance wilh her job as a UN guide. DRAMA: Hawaii Five-0, p.m., Cli. 13. An expert thief is sprung from prison to mastermind a diamond rob- bery. CRIME DRAMA: Night Gallery, 8 p.m., Ch. T. TWs is the debut of Rod Serling's series and tonight features a captured mermaid, a widow shopping for a cheap funeral and a fur brooch that seems almost alive. MOVIE DRAMA: "Naked 9 p.m., Ch. T. A young Irisliman in turn-of-thc-ccntury Africa is attracted to his late partner's widow. DOCUMENTARY: Quality o( Life, p.m., Ch. 13. In the debut of this series problems, priorities and chal- lenges of Canadian society arc probed. MOVIE DRAMA: p.m., Ch. T. A woman released after 20 years in a mental institution is the prime suspect during a wave of murders. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Rich- ard Crenna, Henny Youngman also an author, astronomer and a singer 'are the guests. FRIDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "The Guy Who Came 1 p.m., Ch. 7. An aging football star refuses lo accept the fact he is no longer young. MOVIE DOCUMENTARY: 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A compilation of scenes from Marilyn Monroe's 20th Cen- tury-Fox films. Election necessity -Hellyer CALGARY (CP) The new ederal housing policy is the re- sult of election necessity, lead- I er Paul Hellyer of the Action anacla Party said Wednesday. "The government realizes it s less likely to be elected all he time. "If I were a cynic, I would say they arc introducing it' now because of Ihe proximity of an election The hill introduced in t h e Commons would create housing programs aimed at improving >lcl urhan neighborhoods and helping poor people buy homes. It would require provincial participation and cost-sharing. Mr. Hellyer said the bill was a step in the right direction hut it would not solve the problem until Inflation had been beaten and land kept at a low cost. Lenders of money on a long- term basis charge high rates to guard against inflation, he said. This was why the mortgage rate was nine per cent Instead of 5.5 per cent. To stop Inflation and prevent unemployment requires strong wage-price basic Action Canada plan and the limiting of profits. The high unemployment rate was the result of the Liberals tight money pookles ill 1969 and 1970, THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL in Ihe LOUNGE Songs and Plono Slylingt by "ROY HAYNES" in Ih. CABARET "THE TREE" from CALGARY THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY if THURSDAY EVERYONE ADMITTED FREE FRIDAY ALL LADIES ADMITTED FREE ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs ere lilted by radio and television it ot tons. Any variation In program schedirlt It due lo lail- minuta changes by the stations and is not respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic OenTre. CHEC if Hoger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill wilh Contemporary News 0 Paul Teiifef FRIDAY THURSDAY NIGHT p-ul Davs King FRIDAY John Olivir Jack NeuFdd S.OT fluryl Clark King THURSDAY KIGH1 Wwltf at John Walker ftiquiif Lint John Chirln Terry Vogl k CJOC Show Jim Elliot CBC Wlhr. Phcre BUI Darry Ntwi, Wlhr, Sport and Grain Prleti t Jack Thyi John Walker CHEC FM Newi Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour t iJlS tBob Don Spcrti Concern l.CO Den iViacMailti Den a.m. Sign-Off CDR Radio 1010 Calgary THURSDAY NIGHT Prairie Crtflrntxr World tt Eight Home Run Bili Eya Jake and Xld Mewi Thti Recorded Muilc Winnipeg Radio Noon i The inner Ear 7-03 II from Ktri F.r8Ulw Flvt Nlghli Eye Opener World at SU CICC Broadcast! over Cableviiicn Ch. 7 Monday 1hru Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour 7: 00 John MalskoU Nev-i rVJjcr NtA or News Doug Gcoitn Summer Time is SONY RADIO TIME For the best selection of ihe world's best radios see SONY at ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo and flkoloplaplnc Cenlet 419 5th St. S. Phono 328-6922 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SEU" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cabfevision Ch. 6) THURSDAY NIGHT News _ 17.00 Romper Room or C y.X L T Gitfget Up NIghT Gallery NaVed Eanf> II :20 11U5 sal Strait Jack Farm and Clly Today Mr. Dreisup Chez Sesame Street i3 Rlpcrvrd .Viovie: The Glff Came Back Summer Take 30 Edge of Night Family Court CFCN-7V Lelhbridgo Channel 13 (Cabtevision Ch. 4) THURSDAY NIGHT David Frost Plcrrt BefTon "amUy Alfslr 00 Hewi (c) 30 Hawaii io 30 D-an Mdft.n (c) MOLrallty of DO Bold Or 00 f News c 3'M Anything You In f (c) All About Facei t'.n Buchshol (ct Nw1h Family Affair KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cabfevislon Ch. 9) THURSDAY NIGHT 00 News 3D News 00 Olck Van Dyke 30 My Sont 00 {c) 00 Dean Salule AgrlcuUura As the World Turn I Today Show tc) News tc> Today 'in Montana Ihe Dtxfori (c] Ccnccnlration Another World Safe of Century 1 Edge of NigW Squares stytfl 00 AdvenlurB Theslrt Jeopardy [c) Family Affair 00 News Who, What, Whers Lucy 5hovv CO 30 Tonight Game Brady Bunch (c) Hammerhead Martha1! 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