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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurtduy, May 21, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 5 ITV HIGHLIGHTS! MOVIE: "Pirates of Tortuga, 6 p.m., Cli. A story of 17th century England with privateer Bart Paxton com- missioned to capture pirate chief Henry Morgan. Ken Scott and Leticia Roman star. VARIETY: "Tom Joiics p.m., Ch. 13: A rerun with singers Connie Stevens, Matt Moni'O, Moody Blues and comic Shecky Greene the guests. COMEDY: "Bill Crosby 8 p.m., Ch. 7: Pathos mixes with comedy as diet Kincaid alters his bachelor life to -accommodate a withdrawn youngster who followed him home from a settlement house. SPECIAL: "One Prairie Province Conference, p.m. Ch. 7: A CBC network presentation of the four- day conference held in Lelhbridge last week. DRAMA: p.m., Ch. 13: Mannix probes a series of robberies dating back two years with new evidence implicating his secretary's husband, a valorous policeman killed during one of the robberies. DOCUMENTARY: 10 p.m., Ch. 7: An examination of the sudden reawakening of European civili- zation in the 12th century. INTERVIEW: "Pierre Berton Show, p.m., Ch. 13: In the first of a series about little known Canadian frontier heroes, Pierre tells of Sam Steele of the North West Mounted Police. MOVIE: "Suicide Battalion, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: Volunteers are granted a three-day leave before undertaking a danger- ous mission. Stars Mike (Mannix) Connors. MOVIE: "Tammy Telle Me 1 p.m. Ch. 13: At college a backwoods girl falls for one of her in- structors. Sandra Dee and John Gavin star. romi Itittd by radio and ttlivnioH itet Any votioti.n in program k minuli cnangu by fht tht ivoniibilily Tht Harold Btifway TiUvitian. if aoc News on the Hour Wthr.7 Sports on the Half Hour THURSDAY NIGHT Chamber Music Galloping Gourmet World at 6 Winnipeg Gardening Market Report News Music News, Wealher Lumden Shm FRIDAY Music On Campus Show Phone BUI show CHEC i News on the Hour Wthr., Sports THURSDAY NIGHT Music Factory Farm News FRIDAY Stocks Farm Show Dinner Showcase News Back To me, Bible Sports, Weather Voice of China News World Tomorrow Stock Market Bent Pedersen Report News Woman's World CHEC FM 100.) MG Jean Pauley Classical Music Comments., Probe 1220 Farm News, Sports Jack Thys EulieTln Board Matinee on the Half Hour Farm Show News, Sports, Wthr. Cattle Prices Jean Pauley Caravan News Sports, Wthr. Farm News Stocks CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary News on the hour THURSDAY NJGHT Tempo World at Six Supplement Ottawa and Hull Thursday Music National News Five Nights A Week Theatre CTiamber Music GerruslI CBC Winnipeg Orch News Music Past Midnight FRIDAY Eye Opener News World at Eight Max Ferguson Consumers Matinee Mr. Fixit Radio Noon After Noon Schools Broadcast Matinee Afternoon Concert Galloping Gourmet Flight Log SPECIAL! TRANSISTOR 4 RADIOS fi TRANSISTOR FOR ONLY 15" 24M 8 TRANSISTOR FOR ONLY CONVENIENT TERMS! 9 FURNITURE APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4th Ave. 5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJIH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) 1 THURSDAY NIGHT My Three Sons Three Stooges Teleprobe Hogan's Heroes Gel Smart Doris Day Bill Cosby Nature of Things Bonanza Thursday Night CBC News 1 Life's Electric Movie: McHale's Navy Beserk Cartoons FRIDAY 12i30 Hillbillies Pinnochio and Or Movie: News Little Peopli Mr. Dressup Ed Allen >c) Alia. Schools Friendly Giant Chez Helena suicide Batallion Take Thirty Edge of Night (c) Galloping Gourmet World of Man (c) Marine Boy (c) Three Stooges CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4} THURSDAY NIGHT Movie: Peyton Place (c) Lucy Show (c) Light Fantastic Magistrate's Court News (c) Today Cartoons Courtship of FRIDAY Buck Shot tddle's Fatner (c) Thought for Today Movie: Tammy Family Affair (c) News Tell Mt True University of Air Uncle Bobby (c) Romper Room Grampa Giilius Panons Francais Today Tom Jones c Dean Martin Mannix c Diamond Lll's News c Pierre Berton People In conflict Doctor's Diary c Bewitched (c) Wynne's Pad (c) Flinlstones Lucy Show KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9} THURSDAY NIGHT Agriculture World Turns 5-00 Today Show c Days of Our Lives Family Affair c Today in Montana The Doctors Movie: Sale of Century c Another World c Pirates of Tortuga Hollywood Squares Edge of Night e Dean Martin Jeopardy c Corner Pyle c News Who, What, Where Mike'Douglas c Tonight Show c Game Andy Griffith FRIDAY News c Cronklte News c Salute Agriculture Another Lucy Show Our World Somerset c Huntley-Brinfcley KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 Ch. 11} THURSDAY NIGHT That Girl TBA Daniel Boons Bewitched c Tom Jones Paris 7000 TV-5 News Merv Griffin c FRIDAY News Capt. Kangaroo e Secret Storm c It Takes Two c One Live to Life Jack LaLanne c Dark Shadows c Galloping Gourmet Love is a Many Woman's World Splendored Thing Best of Everything General Hospital A World Apart c Linkletter All My Children That Girl Let's Make a Deal Newlyweci Gamt Dating Garni Bewitched 4-M TV-5 News Get Smart c So Joe Balla Discovers In His Travels Strange Things Happen By JOE BALLA Herald Managing Editor WINNIPEG It's most un- likely The Playgoers of Leth- bridge will make a serious showing in the Dominion Dra- ma Festival. If they do, it will have to be Bobby Orr performance. Far be it from me to at- tempt to be any kind of a dra- ma critic. The last time I tried to come through was when my son Doug caught more trout ;han I did on a camping-out ;rip. Strange things can happen when you are travelling. I ar- here Monday night from Toronto just as the Lethbridge production "The Hostage" was etting out letting out the audience that is. I happen to have a knock- Jjout blazer which I wear for occasions winch are (one of the secrets of the trade) accept- able almost anywhere, and at the same time very present- able. On the flight from Toronto to Winnipeg I chose it as the tern to wear. I completely overlooked the fact that on the eft breast pocket I had a crest showing a map of Canada out- lining "One Prairie Province." The designers of this crest were Al White, vice president of Lethbridge Concrete Products md Tom Cutforth the Leth- >ridge Community :wo of the many who had help- ed make the "One Prairie Con- erence" the success that it vas. It had been a rather hectic day, and when I arrived at the ratel, my No. 1, project was to have a bath and go o bed. The Fort Garry Hotel vas having its problems, a scarcity of bellmen. After registration I had to hang around in the lobby for some ime to be shown to my room. DRAWS ATTENTION That "One Prairie Province" "rest on my blazer attracted attention than Sun down Hank's hanging of Count, de Kouvelle in Lethbridge when the French hunters first ar- ived. Anyway, the point of situa- tion is this: everyone who con- ronted me thought that I was Winnipeger who had attend- ed the "One Prakie Province Conference" in Lethbridge. FOR DAILY INSPIRATION Dial-A-T bought OUR NEW NUMBER 327-4581 They also thought that I had just attended the premier per- formance of the Dominion ma Festival. Being one who wouldn't spoil anyone's game, I attempted to play the part. The Herald's drama critic (Joan Bowman, who is cover- ing the festival, and I know not what she is reporting) will never forgive me tot this. When I was accosted, I did Hot realize the elite company I was in. At this point, it would be most unfair of me to reveal any of the names because they did not know who they were talking to, (I just don't like ta- king advantage of ON MINUS SIDE About The Hostage. While I have read some of Brendan Behan, my intelligence quo- tient of The Hostage is strictly on the minus side. Nevertheless, the point is, as I am told from the inner cir- rle, the Dominion Drama Fes- tival, there is real upheaval underway from within. The Dominion Drama Festival is going to have to change. It's Greek to me, but the point ap- pears to be a change of the status quo, whatever that is. Adjudicator Guy Beaume, who was described to me as "among the best in the busi- said, I am told, the Leth- bridge play was "not shocking enough." Apparently he gave two adjudications of the play- one public, right after the per- formance, and one privately to The Playgoers the following morning. The latter was supposed to be the better. Not knowing what this was all about, I walked around Winnipeg Tuesday and pur- chased what I felt were nine of the leading papers in Can- ada.- None were complimentary to The Playgoers. From what I could gather in the write-ups, The Playgoers had peaked some time ago and now had lacked lustre. But, be- tween all this, I sensed some jealousy. From what I under- stand, the rest of the week de- pends on how badly the others perform. I met a few of the others, and they are bad ac- tors. I have a serious suspicion that whether it is a win, lose or draw situation for Leth- Dridge, there's something else behind those velvet curtains, and it isn't Bobby Hull versus Bobby Orr. Nor, is it the adjudicator. He i'elt the lighting in Winnipeg's Playhouse Theatre was too flat. So, I checked for what I know of theatres, let's not ever de- grade the Yates Memorial Cen- tre. There appears to be one thing that drama groups tend to overlook everywhere and this cei'tainly appears to be a case in point for The Playgoers. 'Ad- judicators will give serious study to the authors and their plays that will be presented at festivals. Adjudicator Beaulne certain- ly knows what Bchan wanted and intended as far as "The Hostage" is concerned. The Hostage wasn't intended as a clean play. We'll just have to wait and see how clean the rest of the week goes. (With apologies to The Herald's dra- ma critic) Make up a Party Come to EL RANCHO CABARET TOMORROW, FRIDAY NIGHT! Featuring Special Entertainment by: "THE BRASS CORPORATION" 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. ADMISSION SI.00 Glen's DEN (Downstairs South Side Entrance) Refreshments and Food Available! O1LEGE INEMA COLLEGE MALI 328-6300 NOW SHOWING Tonight at 8 p.m. FAMILY HELD OVER THRU SATURDAY The World's Most Honored Motion Picture! Winner of 11 Academy Awaids including "Best fnm memo WILUAM WlUsRS ELKS CLUB of LETHBRIDGE ENTERTAINMENT in LOUNGE THURSDAY, MAY 21st FRIDAY, MAY 22nd THURSDAY BINGO NIGHT UPSTAIRS LODGE ROOM NOW OPEN FOR BINGO SATURDAY NIGHT DANCING TIL 1 A.M. FOOD AND REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE Special Noon Menus Daily HAPPY TIME P.M. DAILY FOR ALL ELK MEMBERS AND GUESTS SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "CARRY ON PIMPERNEL" in color, starring Sidney James and 'The Carry On Gang'. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 21, 22 and 23. Thursday show at p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "7 GUNS FOR THE MacGREGORS" in technicolor, star- ring Fernando Sancho, Agatha Flory and Leo Friday and Saturday, May 22 and 23. Friday show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "THE UNDEFEATED" in color, starring John Wayne, Rock Hudson and Tony Aquilar. Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Show at p.m. Family. Matinee Saturday at p.m. "THE DESTRUCTORS" in color, starring Richard Egan and Patricia Owens. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "MORE DEAD THAN ALIVE" in color, Thursday, May 21. Show at p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "CACTUS FLOWER" in technicolor, starring Ingrid Berg- man, Walter Matthau and TV Laugh-In's kookie blond Goldift Hawn. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 21, 22 and 23. Thursday shows at and p.m. Adult. Get mere oul of life Take Ihe family to a INTACT FULL LENGTH NOTHING CUT LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE NO. 37 WEEKLY BINGO EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot (Blackout) in 50 Nos. ONE NUMBER ADDED WEEKLY Games No. 1 and Games No. 10 50.00 12 Games Prize Money 20.00 All GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED A blue card worth Entry card 1.00 All wood grain cards each .50 Bingo will be played in Lodge room and Ladies' and Escorts' room Upstairs Lodge Room Now Also Open For Bingo MEMBERS AND THEIR INVITED GUESTS DRIVE-IN JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-.COUTIS HIGHWAy FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MOVED OVER TO THE DRIVE IN FOR THIS PROGRAM ONLY. CHILDREN'S ADMISSION 50c FAMILY the ruler oltherockies! WALT DISNEY pruductloiu' KNGofthe HIT of Grand Canyon' NO. 2 In Color with GATES OPEN P.M. SHOW STARTS P.M. PHON. 71100 REEN ACRES JUNCtlllN OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY TONIGHT ONLY! 3 BIG HORROR SHOWS 3 GATES OPEN STARTS P.M. PETER GUSHING L SECOND THRILLER PHANTHOM OF RUE MORGUE7 In Color With VINCENT PRICE THIRD CHILLER "DAY OF THE TRIFFIDS" In Color With HOWARD KEEL Today's Shcwtirtles CAI'ITOlr- The Ugly Twist of Last complete PARAMOUNT Zabriskie Short Last complete COLLEGE MALL CINEMA Ben One complete UHEEN ACRES Horror 30 Phantom of Rue Morgue Days of the Triffids Horrors of Dracula One complete PHILCO COLOR TV JACK'S 1V 302 13th St. N. iirT7t I :1 ill UlI FRIDAY and SAT. THE BRAVEST ARMY THAT EVER HAD TO BE HOME FOR DINNER, FAMILY MATINEE DAILY ol 2 S.T, The Of Paul Street A. film. COLOR BY STIRRING AHTHWfY VILUU BlWLtlGH SECOND FEATURE j KIDS 50c ANYTIME iff fflfm COLOR A SEVEM ASIS-HAMMEB PRODUCTION STARTS TOMORROW I Cable Hogue h says about sin: Z "How much sin is a 8 mature man m entitled to? I guess J as much as he can h maturely wallow b Cable Hogue says... R I as you -yvould have other's do unto you" TU6 BALLAD OF SHOWS at and p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT STELLA. DAVID JWBARDS STEVENS WARNER WARNER BROS. ENDS IN TONIGHT COLOR 7ABRISKIE POINT7 ;