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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 1u- iHt LtiHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, June 28, Civil servants entertained by theatre group OTTAWA (CP) Modern mummers came to a downtown Ottawa park yesterday and despite a threatening cloudburst, entertained lunching civil servants with contemporary and classical fables. The four actors and actresses from the Global' Village Theatre, Toronto, have been on a cross-country tour since June 10, performing in civic centres, schools, theatres, parks and promenades in 13 cities. Their performance on the grass, within a circle marked by a rope to delineate the stage area, was without any modern theatrical aides such as amplifiers, music or lights, leaving the four to their own devices. Their energy, dancing ability, and talent for mime drew applause from the crowds which stopped by for a few minutes, at least, of the hour-long show. Perhaps 100 sat on the grass and stayed for most of the performance, until rain began. The four included Patsy Rahn, director and choreogra- pher for the travelling com- pany, Nancy Snipper, Bill Lake and Jon Ruddle. Some of the fables they enacted were classics by Aesop and Tolstoy, but most were by Robert Swerdlow, resident writer for Global Village in Toronto. Perhaps best-liked of the skits was the story of the Arab and his donkey hired by a traveller to cross the desert, each seeking the shade of the animal under the blazing the animal sloughs off his burden and goes home his own way. Another told of Peter from Petersburg, who can't under- stand English but through a series of coincidences rises to be president of his company and prime minister of the land, never making a mistake. He. too, finally gives up the burdens thrust on him and goes home his own way. The Modern Fables group employs narration with dance and mime to tell the stories. No will left by jazz king NEW YORK (Reuter) Jazz king Duke Ellington, who died last month, left an estimated estate, but failed to leave a will to dispose of it. This was disclosed in Manhattan Surrogates Court yesterday where Ellington's son. Mercer, has filed a petition seeking the court's authority to administer his father's assets. The estimated estate value did not include Ellington's interest in copyrights to his musical compositions and royalties that may accrue. DON'T BE The right choice of location makes the successful difference to any meetirg, party, reception.or con- vention Whatever event you're planning whether it's a 2.000-seat banauet or a quiet private carty an international symposium or an exhibition of children's art remember we have the ideal space. Call now for details. P.O Box2110. Calgary. Alberta Calgary Convention Centre LH SATURDAY DISCOUNT BOMBSHELLS WILL-O-PAKS 4S1 Coconut Finger and Will-O-Crisp KRESGE SPECIAL 00 ELECTRIC CHARCOAL LIGHTERS 120 volts. 600 watts KRESGE SPECIAL 2 50 ROUND PLASTIC CAKE COVER 12" in diameter KRESGE SPECIAL 99 FOAM MATTRESSES oo Approx. 72 in x 48 in. x 3 in Regular 15.98. KRESGE SPECIAL 12 Items on sale from I p.m. Friday until 6 p.m. Saturday, while quantities last KRESGES Surprised 1.2 million copies sold Lightfoot record No. 1 SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. (AP) After 10 albums, folk singer Gordon Lightfoot says he is as surprised as anyone that his single record, Sundown, is the No. 1 song in the United States. "I kind of got the idea I was going to be an album artist all my the Canadian song- writer-singer said in an interview following a concert at the Saratoga Performing Arts Centre. Sundown, which has sold 1.2 million copies, is rated No. 1 this week by Billboard, as is the album by the same title. "No one is more surprised than we are that we have a No. 1 he said. Lightfoot played in bars and coffee houses throughout Canada and the United States for the first five of his 17 years in the business. He says it was a good learning ground but he is happy to be on top now, able to reach a larger audience. I don't miss the coffee houses and bars because I got my guts filled with that scene. It's pretty demanding work. "We've been playing before pretty large audiences and it seems to pan out." Lightfoot, who plays the six and 12-string guitar, is accompanied by Terry Clemens on lead guitar and Richard Haynes on bass. Born in Orillia, Ont., Lightfoot moved to Los Angeles after high school. He attended Westlake College of Music, became a fan of Pete Seeger and Ian and Sylvia Tyson and began writing some tunes. Ian and Sylvia made available his Early Morning Rain and For Loving Me to a wide audience. "Somebody has to get onto your material for Lightfoot said. Chastity belt used.to keep wife in line LEEDS, England (AP) Lyn Buckley, 24, had the habit of chaining his wife Pamela in a chastity belt, prosecutor Richard Petty told the magistrates court here Thursday. Police caught Buckley in the act when they answered a complaint by his wife. He was ordered to stand trial on assault charges July 25 and released on bail. "I have to bring my wife in line every now and Buckley told the court. "When she's been chained up she's a different woman." AQUARIUS TROPICAL FISH AND PET SUPPLIES 524A 6th Street South ANNIVERSARY SALE 25% OFF On All Fish 25% OFF On All Aquariums Canopies, pumps, filters, heaters, plants. VaOFF On All Fancy Poodle Collars and Leads and 25% OFF On All Pet Supplies______________ WANT TO BE A KWIK KOLOR SHUTTERBUG? Nothing to it! Just Bring In Any Roll of Film to be processed and you will Receive FREE a KWIK KOLOR SHUTTERBUG T-SHIRT KWIK KOLOR InrllVM Mill Phow 327-4884 tthtRigMtoUmlt Actor is 6fussy' about film roles By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD (NEA) There are actors who take every part that comes their way, figuring they have to work to perfect their craft. And there are actors who hold out for what they consider are only good parts, figuring that they can do no craft perfecting except in parts that are well-written. Michael Murphy is one of the latter group. And his fussiness is making Hollywood tear its hair in frustration. They want him for movies, for TV series, for TV guest shots, because he's good and they know it, but he keeps being shy about it. He says he used to average four or five definite series offers a year. And then he did "The. Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman" he played the reporter who came to interview Cicely Tyson and the offers increased. So far, nothing's come along to tempt him. "I don't work very he says. "I don't need to do much. I'm not married. I live in a shack at Malibu and my tastes are modest." He drives a '50 Mercury, but it's a thing of beauty it's a traffic stopper. He tore it apart and rebuilt it himself. It was something of a labor of pride, because, up until then, he'd never been the mechanical sort. He just decided it was time he learned. Murphy is one of Bob Altman's repertory company the director likes to use the same actors again and again. He's about to go into Altman's which will be his seventh or eighth he forgets MICHAEL MURPHY which film with Bob. He also has a major role in the upcoming "Phase which smells like one of 1974's big ones. Murphy is a Los Angeles boy. His father dealt in used canvas. Because of that he got into the business of putting up tents for big Hollywood parties. As a boy, Mike would go with his dad to help set up the tents and he met a lot of the biggies. He remembers once wandering around Gary Cooper's place and Coop came out. "He didn't know who we he says. "I was with my older sister. But he was very nice to us, anyhow." He went to the University of Arizona, where he was a big man on campus and roomed with Barry Goldwater's son. He studied education and taught for a few years. He was teaching in Watts the day John Kennedy was assassinated. "It was he says. "Very few of the kids there understood what had happened." "CLIP FOR yoir loverment wants your advice... in keeping with its policy of UrlR UUllHNMtNl the government of the people of Alberta is interested in talking to in- dividuals or delegations in Lethbridge regarding any areas of special interest. If you have suggestions or complaints on any subject including ideas to improve government services, save money or reduce taxes then talk to a Cabinet Minister about them. This is a unique opportunity to talk to the minister about his own areas of responsibility or on any subject with the assurance that he will try to convey your concern to the Executive Council. HONOURABLE DR. WINSTON BACKUS will be in Lethbridge to dis- cuss your ideas with you on JULY 3rd, 4th 5th. For an appointment can CALGARY 261-8464 COLLECT Meetings will be held at the Holiday Inn in Lethbridge. GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA _CUP HW HERHEWt__________________________________ TV highlights FRIDAY DOCUMENTARY: With Flying Colors, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. The 1973 horse racing season in Canada, highlights include the 114th running of the Queen's Plate. Also a film of the 1939 Queen's Plate. 60 min. SPECIAL: Political Talk, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. P.C. and Liberal candidates are scheduled to speak on behalf of their parties. VARIETY: Ronnie Prophet, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Ronnie's guests are the singing Peaches, Vic Franklin, Carol Baker and Colin Butler. 60 min. MOVIE THRILLER: The House That Screamed, p.m., Ch. 11. Murder and mayhem stalk the halls of a French girls' boarding school. Lilli Palmer, Cristina Galbo, John Moulder Brown. 1970, 1 hr. 45 min. MOVIE DRAMA: The Outsider, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. The story of the Indian who helped raise the flag at Iwo Jima and whose life was later beset by tragedy. Tony Curtis, James Franciscus. 1961, 1 hr. 10 min. MOVIE DRAMA: Shadow Over Elveron, a.m., Ch. 7. A young doctor runs afoul of a corrupt sheriff while defending a youth. Franchot Tone, Shirley Knight, Don Ameche. 1968. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Televison Stations. Any variation in program tchedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC 1090 Friday 3-00 Jack Neufeld 5-00 News Paul Tessier Roy Rennick Friday Night 5.00 Probe .1220 5-25 Sports 5-40 Market Report 5-41 Local News 6 00 World at Six Saturday 6-00 Buryl Clarke 12-00-John Oliver 12.30 News 6.00 Paul Tessier 12 00 Roy Rennick CJOC 1220 6 00 News 7 30 News. Wthr. Sport 12.00 News 5 15 Soccer Results 5.40 Sports 5'53 News CHEC-FM 100.9 Monday thru Friday a m Dom McMaster 9-00 a m-3-00 p m. Concie's Carousel 3.00-6.00 p.m. Don McMaster 6 00-10.00 p.m. Del King 10.00-12 Midnight Concerts. Overtures and Encores 12-00 Midnight Sign Off Monday. Tuesday and Friday. Del King Saturday 6.00-12.00 Don McMaster p.m. Del King 3.00-6.00 Concerts, Overtures and Encores Del King 12'00 Concie's Carousel (All Night) CBR 1010 Friday Night World at Six 6.30 As It Happens Between Ourselves Music West 10.10 From the Capitals Five Nights a Week My Music 11-03 Major Progression Saturday 6 39 Sounds Like Saturday 8-45 Notice Board 9.10 Sounds Like Saturday 9.30 Family Favorites This Country in the Morning Time Signal 12-10 Our Native Land Native Voice of Alberta 1-30 Sounds Like Saturday 3-03 Opera By ReniiMt 5-03 Music from the Middle 6 10 Demand Side "Join The Pepsi People uni SPECIAL Family Size Pepsi and Diet Pepsi Feeling Free" F O R plus dep. at all participating dealers in the handy 6 Pack Carrier Friday 5 TO 0 Hollywood Squares 0 Password O News 5 25 0 Lucy 5 30 0 News Cl News 5 55 0 00 0 Chase O Hec Haw 0 News 6 30 0 Truth or Consequences 0 Outdoors Tnlimited 7 00 0 With 0 lirady Bunrii O Movie AUrert The. 0 Mannix 30 0 Six Miilirm iMlar Man 3! fift 0 TmaJIv O Lassie's Hangers 25 0 Thought For The Day S .in O -leannic 0 I'lKvcrnly of the Air 0 (ihost Chasers 0 I'mnorhio S on 0 Kupen Bear O I'lK-lc Bobby 0 Hradv Kids' O Speed 1 M 0 .leannie 0 Hawkevc O Josie and the O Mission >5apr Ifl 00 0 0 KJmtstonej, O SujxrMar Mone O Pebbles and Kam Bam jo O) Waterville Gang O Ka1 Vherl 11 wi0 Vnenrvin IfcmdMara? 0 VTI O Hair Hear Bunrh S300 0 Odd Onqrle S 00 O Marrnix ftp 10 0 Hip Wllowi I 0J-B1 O Nem 0 1fl .in 0 Mmir The Htrtiof That Sereameil O Tomjflit Shcra (B 11 20 0 News 0 11 ao0 Wa> 12 00 0 Mcrvif Tbr 0 MmT- Shadow Over Elvrwi 5 S.S 0 Karm fl W 0 Bugs; Buron O Tcleronrv 0 Gang 7 'M O Mm-les I Super Friends I I F II 1 ,30 0 0 0 Sabnna 32 0 Adams Famih O Kafrtiall 0 Von Keallv On 0 Mphabel Soup 12 .10 0 Thr Hfd Shcm B TB A 0 Hus 1 12 JS 0 Tales of the Rrverbank 1 no 0 Outdoor Sportsman (D Inch Hijjh 0 W orH Sorrvf 1 .10 Q9 0 rink Palhrr 2 (Hi 0 Sports