Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
ITV HIGHLIGHTS! TUESDAY H10V1I3 ADVENTURE: "Desert p.m., Ch. 7. The beautiful ruler of a hidden city rescues the only surviving member of a French Legion patrol. RELIGION SPECIAL: Oral Roberts, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. A saluie lo country music by Rev. Oral Roberts with special guests Roy Clark, Skectcr Davis and the Clara Ward Sing- ers. VARIETY: Mcllia Moore and Clifton Davis, p.m., Ch. 7. Broadway stars are featured in this debut of a five- week scries about life in a Manhattan brownslone. Tonight's special guest is Jean Staplcton. RIOUGION: Bill Graham Crusade, 9 p.m., Ch. 9. Tile first program of the evangelist's Charlotte, N.C. Crusade. PROFILE: Telescope, p.m., Ch. 7. Retired bush pilot Punch Dickins reminisces at liis home in Victoria in this repeat program. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 32 midnight, Cli. 13. Ton Franciosa, Stiller and Mcara and Karen Morrow are among the guests. WEDNESDAY MOVIE MELODRAMA: "Twist of 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A showgirl fails in love with a forger. MOVIF. DRAMA: "Bellissimn." 1 p.m., Cli. 13. A mother invests the last of her savings on a dress for her daughter to wear at a screen test. WILDLIFE: One Northern Summer, p.m., Ch. 7. Visits to three major Alaskan parks where wildlife herds graze on the mountain slopes. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Proflrami By radio and Any yoribllon In proflrtm Khedul, due la lait- mlnlite channM by ttalioni and ii not the nipon. of Ih. Herald or Anglo Di.lribulor, Ster.o and Photographic Contra. CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morlcy McGill with Contemporary'News TUESDAY NIGHT Dave King Ncivfeld Checllne Wpn.jpcnnv Lpo Dow stl WEDNESDAY Jnhn JSCk Newfeld Bury! Ciark Dave King TUESDAY NIGHT World at Six John Walker John Charles Doug Anderson WEDNESDAY CBC News Jim Elliot Nows, Weather and Sports Phono Bill Show Wayne Barry Probe 1220 Noon Farm News, Weather and Sports News and Grain Prices Jack Thys Parly Line John Walker World at Six CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. 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II KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT Ncwiywcd News (c) Secrrt Storm one Lite to l-lvn Our I.Ivor, not Grnoral Hospital Is Three on a Malch Datlnci Gamo Split Second (c) ir.mcuroAv Rrwllchod 11-fid All My Children Password H.JOMnke A Deal (c) i.iii.cinne (c) Playwright reveals the roles TORONTO (CP) Almost every Canadian school child knows about the building of the Canadian Pacific Railway and the explorations of ex- plorer David Thompson. But, quick now, what woman sat on the cow-catcher of the first CPR train all the way from Calgary to the Wesl Coast and who accompanied Thompson on his travels? The answers to the ques- tions are provided in a new production b y playwright Araby Lockhart which opens Monday for tw'o weeks in the St. Lawrence Centre. The show, Spare Rib, is an anthology of Canadian women and consists of songs and sketches. Miss Lockhart say Spare Rib is firmly based on Cana- dian history. The production recalls when (he CPR was built, the wife of Sir John A. Macdon- ald, Canada's first prime min- ister, insisted on sitting on the cow-catcher of the first train. It also says that when Thompson was exploring for the source of the Columbia River he was accompanied by his wife, Charlotte, and their three latter all under the age of three. Recalling further in an in- terview how Sir John A.'s wife sat on the train's cow- ancient part that resembles a miniature snowplow and said to have been used to clear the tracks of slow added: not actors aim "Some liiRh official, Donald Smith or someone, had to sit with her, and was petrified." Miss Lockhart's calls it a labelled her from some quarters as a Women's Lib. But she dis- claims that appellation. Her other attempts at show productions were successful, she says. They were the two Hands revues, which played in Toronto in 1958-59 They prompted her to go to the British Museum in search of historical data about Can- ada. And from that came Spare Rib. "Kids just absolutely hate Canadian she says. "Now, why do they? It's so fascinating. do Ihey do to the Mrs. Lockhart has five chil- dren, and she considers that a factor in her theatrical profes- sion. "I used to plan shows while I was pregnant and then do them after I'd had the baby." She invested of her own money lo launch Spare Rib, she said. "Some people buy mink coats, and this show is my present to myself." Some more of her tidbits of information: "Did you know that while King Louis of France was pouring money and goods into Louisbourg (N.S.) the women were busy selling everything that could be moved to tho New Englanders? "And those Acadians. What we did to them. We're an ex- traordinary group of people. "In Quebec, women had to fight against the Indians and the New Englanders more than the men did. People were killed and they must have been killed brutally, aw- fully." LEB. Noon to Midnight JUNE 10 By BOB THOMAS LONDON (AP) "I have no desire to have miliion, that's the honest says actor Sean Connery. "I've never seen many happy men in that posi- tion." That's just one of the reasons Connery swears he will play James Bond no more. Immense wealth doesn't invite "Lose two points on the Dow Jones and it's a disaster." Another reason why Connery has subtracted 007 from his car- eer: esthetics. He wants to play other, more challenging roles. As for Bond: "I've had my whack at it. Let someone eke try." Connery has no million, but he lives like a man of means. He occupies a magnifi- cently-furnished double apart- ment overlooking the Thames in mid-London. The Scottish actor, 41, was about to leave on a Spanish va- cation after finishing Something Like the Truth for United Art- ists. It is a crime story, but with a difference. PLAYS DETECTIVE Unlike the sleek Bond, Con- nery plays a harassed London detective with slatternly wife and a weariness for the routine of investigating tawdry crime. He wears tweeds, his own thin- ning haii-line and a faintly Fu Manchu moustache. Something Like the Truth Is the first film for Connery's own company, Tantallon. While most other superstars owned their own firms, he had held "In the business area I'm not very bright: it didn't occur to me to utilize the muscle of power that one has in that posi- tion." New cabinet named by Chins-kilo TAIPEI (AP) Premier Chiang Chlng-kuo named an 18- member cabinet today that in- cludes six native Taiwanese and only three holdovers. The number of Taiwanese was double the three in the last cabi- net. They include Chiang's suc- cessor as vice-premier, former interior minister Hsu Ching- cliung. The increase of native island- ers was in answer to calls for greater participation by the Tai- wanese in the national govern- ment since the expulsion of President Chiang Kai-shek's re- gime from the United Nations. Heretofore the national govern- ment has been run almost ex- clusively by refugee politicians from the mainland. Chiang Ching-kuo, the presi- dent's oldest son who became premier May 20, also named a Taiwanese governor of the is- land for the first time. He is listen T u n g -m i n, former speaker of the provincial assem- bly. Today's Showtimes I'AHAMOUNT "The Godfather" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA "Hot Pants Holiday" "Sporting Club" Last Complete Show ('OU.KOK CINEMA "The Graduate" Last Complete Stow filtKKN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Vakloz is Coming" "Von Hichloffcn and Brown" One Complete Show 9: SO That changed when United Artists sought him for another iond picture. He had announced his retirement from the series after his fifth, You Only Live Twice. I was tired of the jousting with the he re- called, referring to Harry Saltz- YOUR PHILIPS DEAIER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV K S RADIO AND TV IV J 302 nth ST N Tuesday, May 30, 1972 THE IE1HBRIDGE HERAfD f GATES OPEN P.M. One Complete Show AT P.M. TONIGHT and WEDNESDAY ADULT 'VON RfCHTHOFEN BROWN' in color JOHN PHILLIP LAW SEAN CONNERY man and Alp Broccoli. "I won't go into all that again; it's too boring. At any rate, I figured that after they had blown up the volcano, they had reached the end of possibilities for the Bond pictures." He stuck by his resolve and Saltzman and Broccoli made On Her Majesty's Secret Service with former model George La- zenby. For once the formula didn't work, although Connery says that Lazenby "had a bloody good shot at it." When United Artists sought Connery for Diamonds are For- ever, he relented. The terms were too attractive; a million payment to a Scottish Educa- tional Trust Connery had been wanting to set up; sponsorship of two films for Ms own com- pany. ________ Another Bond film is in the works, but the producers have given up hope of luring Connery once again. SOUTHERN ALBERTA CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE INVINCIBLE SIX" In Color. Starring Stuart Whitman, Elke Sommer and Cult Jergens. Tuesday and Wednesday, May 30 and 31. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult not suitable for children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "KLUTE" In Color. Starring Academy Award Winner Jane Fonda and Donald .Sutherland. Tuesday and Wed- nesday, May 30 and 31. Tuesday show at p.m. Re- stricted adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE LAST MERCENARY" In Technicolor. Starring Ray Danton and Pascale Petit. Tuesday, May 30, show at p.m. Adult not suitable for children. TABER Tower Theatre "McMASTERS" In Color. Starring Burl Ives. Tuesday, May 30, shows at and p.m. Adult not suit- able for children. Something Good Is going to happen to you! A Television SPECIAL m "lor Hee Haw's ROY CLARK Starring Country Music Greats SKEETER DAVIS WARD Singers RICHARD PATH ROBERTS 'oral Roberts presents' a weekly half-houL TONIGHT AT P.M. CFCN-TV CH. ,3 Most calls cost less with new t OTTAWA (CT) New long- distance telephone rales, which will reduce the charges on mosi calls, have been established be- tween the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories, purls o[ northcrr. British Columbia and the rest of Canada. The new rates, develoned jointly by the Trans-Canada Tel- ephone System and Canadian National Telecommunications, now are in effect between tho northern areas and the prov- inces of British Columbia, Al- berta and Saskatciiewan. They will take effect in other parts of Canada July 4. The new rate schedule shows reduced charges on 98 per cent of calls. There will be lower charges for station-to-station day-time calls and all person- to-person calls. The cost of some evening and late night station-to-station calls will be higher. The schedule, approved by the Canadian transport commission, has been drawn up tn make tel- ephone charges uniform be- tween these northern areas and the entire country. iione rates The TCTS represents eight re- gional or provincial telephone companies across Canada. Some of its member companies have systems in the northern areas while CN Telecommuni- cations also has territory in tha North. Elect lawyer chamber head GRANDE PRAIRIE, Calgary lawyer D. E. Lcwia Monday was elected president of the Alberta Chamber of Commerce, succeeding lawyer Goerge Illslcy of Edmonton. Mr. Lewis, a regional lawyer for Imperial Oil, is a director of Village Lake Louise Ltd. which proposes to build a million resort centre in Banff National Park. The company is owned jointly by Imperial Oil and Lake Louise Lifts Ltd. I Mr. Lewis is also a former j president of the Calgary Cham- I her of Commerce and the John I Howard Socitv. 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