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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta WeJncnIny, 1772 TilS I'.-E I '.-AID .1 HIGHLIGHTSl WEI-INESDAY SPORT: Bascliall, li p.m., Cli. 7. The Philadelphia Phil- lies meet the Expos in Montreal. DOCUMENTARY: Jaciincs Colislrail, 8 p.m., Lll. 1.1. The noted undersea explorer, in this repeal show, probes "The Legend of Lake fabled birthplace of tho Picas.- 0 p.m., Ch. in. A wild night on the town has its confusions and liang-ups on the morning after Bernard just doesn't remember what went on. ADVENTURE: Jason Kins, cl'- A Blblc with a mysterious coded message leads Jason on a treasure hunt through southern France. SPORT: Sports Beat '72, p.m., Ch. 13. Canada s first annual Olympic Night from the National Arts Centre in Ottawa and the presentation of lhe first Olympic Torch Awards. THURSDAY MOVIE THRILLER: "Tower of 1 p.m., Ch. 7. Richard Ill's murderous rise to power is chronicled. MOVIE COMEDY: "Aaron Slick from PunUn 1 p.m., Cli. 13. A country bumpkin journeys to Clu'cago at the turn of the century. ill Famed British actress dies LONDON (Rculeri Dame Margaret Rutherford, the star of British stage and screen who won fame in countless roles by playing an eccentric English woman, died at her Bucking- hamshire home. She was III) Her face, with jutting jaw and five chins, was her siie know it. To filmgoers in the English-speaking world, thoso chins, together with the long tweed cloak and rather untidy white hair, could belong to no one else. She was made a Dame Com mamler of the Order of the Brit ish Empire in January, to mark her services to the thea Ire, the equivalent to a knight hoocl for a man. Earlier, in 1964, Dame Mar- garet won an Oscar as best sup- porting actress for her role as a (lolly, brandy-swigging duchess in the film The VIPs with Eliza- belli Taylor and Richard Bur- ton. Dame Margaret spent six months in hospital last year DAME MARGARET with a broken hip and had been from London, for the last few living quietly at her home in months, though she refused to thdlfont St I'ctu 40 mills retire. TIIEATKE IIEU LIEE The theatre is my life-I don't know life without sho said recently. She was before her stage career began. She first won ac- claim as Madame Arcati, the medium in Noel Coward's play Blithe Spirit. Coward said today: "I'm j terribly sad to hear of the death I of my old friend Margaret. She created one of the funniest char- acters I ever wrote." She recreated the Madame Arcati role successfully on tho screen, and made memorable "eccentric" appearances i n more than "0 films. She disliked the eccentric label, but what else could be said of her when she claimed she wore cloaks because they suited her billowing personality. She hung h o t -w a I e r bottles under her cloaks for travel in winter and, the story goes, would ask railway engineers to [ill them up for her. Actor Stringer Davis was her husband. Broadway's best plays .1. firfi eUt, About 1C.24 per cent ol Aus-; The Vnitcd Slates produces tralians travel In work by one-third of the w u r 1 d s train. oranges. NEW YORK (AP) Tlie New York Drama Critics Circle to- day named Sticks and Bones the i best drama and Two Gentlemen j of Verona as the best musical of the 1971-72 theatrical season. The two productions three weeks ago won Broadway's an- nual Tony Awards as outstand- ing productions. The critics named Tlie Screens by Jean Genet as the best foreign play of the year. The French drama noied out Harold Pinter's Old Times for the cilalion by one point. THE PIRST NIGHTER DRAMA COMPANY rjUE R1VC3S HIGH SCHOOL, MILK Presents TKE YEAR LETHBREDGE WON THE GREY CLIP An original comedy in 3 ads Written and Direcled by Don E. Behrens SAT., SUN., MON., MAY 27, 28, 29 [RLE RIVERS HIGH SCHOOL 8 P.M. Adults: Students (Under 50c [ickcls available at: Quinn's Drug Store, Ellerl's Food Waiter, Milk River, end from Marlin Wilde at Couth. HOLLYWOOD (AP) Sue Lyon. who at 14 played the litle role in the film Lolita, is the mother of a seven-pound 10- i ounce girl. The actress and her husband, Roland Harrison, named the baby, born Monday, Nona Mer- rill Harrison. Miss Lyon, 25. and j Harrison were married July 4, 1971, in Las Vegas. piniMouw Picnints is PROUD 10 ANSDUKCE IKE flmiBK OF HIE GtlEAItSl FAMILY nations if CKEC -fr Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News Leo Dow John Oliver Dave Klrra WEDNESDAY NIGHT Dave King Jack Nculcld Paul TeBSicr THURSDOT t M ciark B'-rvl ChECime CJOC WEDNESDAY N'GHT World st Six John Walker Request Line John Charles News, Wlhr, Sport Mews and Grain a.m. Doug Wsvne Barry ton Show Probe 1210 Jim CBC 7'50 News. Wlhr, Sport 1-05 Jack Thys 3-35 Phone Bill Show World at S CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Hclf Hour WON. THRU SAT. D-n Coneer's (Bob Hodman Sign-Off i? CER -fa Rodio 1010 Calgary NITHT Five NiQht5 a This Ccuntry WEDNESDAY NIGHT Chamber ,5.03 Radio Noon World at Six Orchestra CoUVnH'PPCT! in RKk 3 Lx Ferguson Wlhr THURSDAY MD World at96 From the Capitals World al B A5 It Happens ic CLCC -fr CLCC Broadcasts over Ch. 7 Monday ihru Friday Doug Gossen Dave Obc-rq John Malakoll Carol Sears Meycn QUITO (Reuler) Two Ec- uadorean air force men shot and killed a hijacker Tuesday alter he allowed them to board an airliner to show him how to work a parachute handed over as part of a ransom. The parachute techni- cian and another airman- pumped three revolver shots into the hijacker, who had ear- lier threatened to blow the plane up with a bomb. The pilot, Captain Hernan Valdi- viesco, was wounded by one of the shots fired by the rescuers. The shooting ended a 3'i-hour drama which began with the seizure of the DC-SB airliner of the Empress Ecuatoriana de Aviadon as it took off from I Quito for the port of Guayaquil j 300 miles away. Ten minutes after takeoff the airliner returned to Quito, where the hijacker, identified as an Ecuadorean named Lomas. freed the 38 passengers but held the pilot, co-pilot, flight engi- neer and three stewardesses aboard. SET DEADLINE He set a one-hour deadline for delivery of a ransom of and a parachute, apparently in- tending to make the pilot fly to an area where he could para- chute, as has been done re- cently by hijackers in the United States. face collapse SUNDAY AFTERNOON CONCERT "THE EDMONTON GILLIE NICHOL ond FRANK SLIDE MAY 28, PARAMOUNT THEATRE Tickets at Leister's ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE! IS The World's Best Color TV "Nobody Makes Color Like Sony" See tho complete Sony line at ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo ana rhotopiapliic Cenlet Sth St. S. Phone 328-6922 "WE PERSONAUY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SEU" CJOC-TV Channel 7 {Cablevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAV Movie: Expo Baseball Farm and dly. 2.M Sporls Week (C) Romper Rccm Oir Movie: Two Rode Mr. Dressup Teke 30 Together (c) News (c) Tclcprcte 7 11-J5 Movie' Thre Strange Lcve 11 TO AMday 5ireet th cr CFCN-TV Lethbridne Channel 13 (Cahfsvision Ch. 4} WEDNESDAY NlGhl David THURSDAV Th-lTht fur Pierre Bcrtcn Bewitched Boat the Clcck fAovie: Asrcn Slick Punkin Crick What's the Gccd o-C-D Prnrsni Hi'rhls V.'rrrl in 3-TO Anchor IcJ P-r -r.s F-rsr.cais c Ar.yttiinn Vcy Can Do In rat.Tirii (c) Facrs DucK'hc! i5 Nortli Family Affair KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Edso of Niyht WEDNESDAY NIGHT News Carol BurneM Medical Cent Mannix Cannon Hollywood Squares Jcoparoy 2'3C Family Affair (O Who, What, Where Show 10 S5 News Amateur's Guide to Tonight Show Love is a Many Love 1C) THURSDAY n in A5 ]nc v.'orid turns News Our World News Nllhtly News Salute Agriculture Doctors 1C) No.vs Today in Montana Another world Dick Van Dyks (c) KFBB-TV Grent Falls Channel S (Cablevision Ch. 11) NIGHT THURSDAY Lf.ts Make a Deal WEDNESDAY News News Room W2 Partridge Family Eddie's" Pnther Sanford and Marly Comody Mactiinfl Emergency tc) 10 00 Nrv.5, Smith Crin-illy Mr-vin: Eyr cf tlie Dovil I News Contain Kanoaroo Dinah's Place fl-30 LnLanne v.00 Audrfv U.1 SALVATION ARMY (CALGARY TEMPLE) Presents A 2-hour muslcnl play completo with drama, humor and brand new music ONE NIGHT ONLY SATURDAY, MAY 27th 8 p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Tickets available at Leister's Admission per person LONDON (AP) Nobel Prize Winner Dennis Gabor says the highly industrialized free na- lions of the world should create a completely new form of soci- ety. He says D a book published tills weekend that unless tho prosperous nations of the West radically alter their ways they face ultimate collapse. Gabor, a Hungarian-born phy- sicist who took British national- ity, won the 1971 Nobel Prize for physics for his invention of true three-dimensional photography. He spends much of his time in the U.S. working at tlie Colum- bia Broadcasting System labo- ratories in Stamford, Conn., helping to develop his invention. He is a "futurist" best known for his book of prophecy, In- venting the Future. In his latest book, Tlie Mature i Society, he says: "More and more thinking peo- ple have realized that our free MOW SHOWfMG Tonite at B p.m. Th3 picrure everyone is talking and reading about. negligible fraction of our young people v.'ho do not consider the consumer society interesting enough to live and the growing number of workers who are unwilling to work more just to consume more. This is reflected, he says, in growing absenteeism rates in both Britain and the U.S. In Britain, absenteeism is esti- mated to cost 300 to 400 million working days a year, which is 30 (o 40 times more than days lost by strikes. He points to increasing crime rates, widespread drug addic- tion and continuing difficulties in managing the economic sys- tems of free industrial societies as further evidence of decay. He maintains that the end of the dynamically growing con- sumer society is in sight and tho "age of leisure" about to erupt, but "the transition period j will be neither stable nor happy." His answer is a "mature soci- NEXT MATINEE SATURDAY 2 P.M. EVENINGS DAILY AT 8 P.M. Gates Open p.m. One Complete Show at p.m. TONIGHT and THURSDAY industrial civilization, which has "given up growth in the quality of life." Such a society, he says, must maintain the maximum amount of individual freedom compati- ble with social stability. For a long time work will re- main the principal occupation of mankind, but will mean less and less production and more and more service-oriented occu- pations, he says. 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 52 NUMBERS IN 53 NOS. IN 54 NOS. If no bingo called after 54 nos. we will continue for NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, MAY 25-SUNSET 4 FRIDAY, MAY 26-MOONGLOWS SATURDAY, MAY 27-CLlFF'S COMBO with all its faults is far superior to most systems of the past not only in material success but in humanity, is not likely to sur- vive another generation fundamental institutional change. "They are anxious lest social inertia might prevent gradual adaptation until a critical point is reached at which the fear of collapse by inner or outer pres- sure might drive the free coun- I tries into totalitarianism." SEES DANGERS He says he believes the West faces dangers not only from the outside but also from within its own society. He points to the "more than Gets 9 mouths for forgery EDMONTON (CP) Busi- nessman Frederick Rose of Calgary was sentenced to nine months plus two years proba- tion after pleading guilty in district court to uttering forged documents. Rose, 48. head of Town and j Country Publications, pleaded guilty to passing three forged cheques, each for at three city credit unions last I Feb. 23. Defence counsel Rod Hope told Mr. Justice V.'. J. Haddad that Rose a compulsive gambler for 20 years during which he lost about 5100.000. Mr. Hope said full restitution was available in a trust ac- count and that Rose intended to seek psychiatric help. TECHNICOLOR' TEGHNISCOPE" United Arfists n HIT 9 "HAEVEWHAL KKUUlCS 3. 2 0 COLOR with MICHAEL POUARD may Pharmacists dispense cheaper drug VICTORIA Cana- dian Press erroneously report- ed last week that new regula- tions under the British Colum- j bia Pharmacy Act require that I less expensive generic drugs i must automatically be substi-1 tuted for name brand drugs j unless the prescribing doctor j specifies otherwise. Under the regulations, j brought in by an order-ln-coun- cil and announced by Health Minister Loffmark, pharma-! cists may dispense a brand of drug other than that named on the prescription, providing the substitute is of satisfactory quality and cheaper than the brand prescribed by the doc- tor. However, pharmacists will not be permitted to tire an al- ternative drug in cases where the doctor stipulates that no substitution be made- CARDSTON Mciyfair Theafra "THE LAST REBEL" In color. Starring Joe Namath. Wednesday. May 23. Show at. p.m. Adult Not Suit- iihle For Children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "BLESS THE BEASTS AND CHILDREN" In color. Tlie Hunters The Prey and Tlie Heroes! Wednesday, May 24. Show at p.m" Adult Not Suitable. Eor Child- ren. TABER Tower Theatre THE WILDERNESS" 111 color. Starring Richard Harris. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. May SS and :Ti. Wednesday MIOWS n! and p.m. Family. DEETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic Suite 8-304 Sth St. S. Ph. 3J7-7244 Irthhr'rln" From SCOTLAND Tha Voice of DENNIS CLANCY The Dancing of ARTHUR SPINK ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION ALL WEEK MAY 22nd thru 27th Toddy's Showtimes PARAMOUNT "The Godfather" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short, Subjects "One is a Lonely Number" Last Comnlctc Show COLLEGE CINEMA "Tlie Ten Commandments" One Complete Show P-00 'IREEN ACHES DRIVE-IN "Hannibal Brooks" "Rabat a" One Complete Show NOW SHOWING at p.m. A girl can change her life... after her husband changes his mind, ADULT ADULT MON1L MARKHAM JANLT LEIGH and MtLVYN DOUGIAS C.J.O.C. PROUDLY PRESENTS in person The Winner of One of Canada's 'TOP SONGWRITER OF THE YEAR" Award for tho song "SIGNS" by Us Emerson. Also the winner of R.P.M, GOLD LEAF AWARD and certified million seller in iM U.S.A. Tho IDS Anriclrs Fren Press says "5 Electrical Man Slecl ihe Show." hoar the Boofiie, ilia j Country Rock, "Trio 5 Man Eloctrieal Slyln." Hear Ihoir great hils likf; Signs, Absolutely Riqht, Juli- onno, Man with ttifi Hof.n nnd Wngon, Swamp Women find many more. Yci hear ihe Nationally Acclaimed MAN ELECTRICAL BAND" Plui 1 of Southern Alberta's up and coming Group! "FRANK SLIDE" Onto FRIDAY, MAY 26th Plnco HENDERSON LAKE ARENA Timfi to I a.m. -A- Aclvrincp tickels only new on sain at Muiiclaiul, leister's, Marcol's Snioko Sl'op, ar.d Trrlu'ts aUo ovailablo ot tho door. ;