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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Papers recall best days of gold rush Y.T. Yukon has ac- quired a collection of historic papers and photographs that once belong- ed to the woman who became the belle of the Yukon Klon- dike Kate Rockwell. born in Kan in became an inter- national celebrity during the Klondike Gold Rush at the beginning of the century. She first went to the Yukon in two years after the in- itial stampede down the Yukon River to Dawson where she was a dancehall girl and actress. In 1933 she married Johnny Matson of Dawson one of the original stampeders who had fallen for her when she first appeared on the stage of the Palace Grand Theatre. Yukon archivist Brian Speirs said some of Kate's letters and papers relate to her original trek to Dawson City and the Klondike gold- fields but a great deal of the material tells of her life after the gold rush. It includes many references to Kate's romantic associa- tion with Alexander who was in the Yukon during the gold rush. It was with Kate's financial help that DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS HOSACK Certified Dwilil Miclunlc 8-304 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Pantages built a multi- million-dollar theatrical chain across North America. Mr. Speirs said Kate's life during the 1920s and 1930s is well-documented She surviv- ed the Depression years by managing a small hospital for the aged and a coffee shop in Ore Kate was. married three times. Her first husband was Floyd described in yellowed press clippings as a who wooed and won her by correspondence. The marriage was brief. Her relationship with Matson was equally strange. Although they were married in Johnny remain- ed a prospector in the Klon- dike. Kate spent most of her time in Oregon and yisted her husband once or twice a year. He died in his body found frozen on a trail seven miles from his cabin. Kate's third marriage was to W. L. Van Duran of Bend in 1948 and it was from Mr. Van Duran's son that the Yukon Archives acquired her per- sonal papers. She died in Sweet in 1958. Kate's stepson came across the collection while going through old trunks. It included letters and articles of clothing Feathered sequined high-button shoes and other artifacts will go to the MacBride Museum in Whitehorse for a permanent display. November It's commercial radio THE LtTHBRIDOE HERALD-7 Klondike Kate Rockwell ...belle of the Yukon SOUTHERN ALBERTA ZONE CANADIAN SKI PATROL SYSTEM 3rd ANNUAL SKI SWAP p.m. FRI.. p.m. a.m.-6 p.m. College East End Ski equipment and clothing accepted on consign- ment at the mall during ski swap hours. U.S. movie revolution tackled by Ely Landau CLOTHES CACHE NEW Quality USED CLOTHES at the CLOTHES CACHE 309 5th St. S. Phone 329-3131 THE NEW GARDEN HOTEL Proudly Presents Christian Science Monitor NEW YORK One bold who keeps a five-foot- tall brown leather rhinoceros in his is about to revolutionize moviegoing in the U S His name is Ely and he is the big dadddy of the American Film a national repertory series on film AFT is going to take theatre from the isolation of Broadway and London's West End and transport it to where the people to and says Mr. Lan- dau Over an eight-month period from October through May he plans to bring eight classic plays to 508 theaters across the from the Paris in to the 20th Century West in Santa Calif It will be done on a subscrip- tion bsis with sub- scribers paying f24 for a season of matinee 6 86 SUGGESTED RETAIL for a season of evening perfor- one Monday or Tues- day once a at what are called The rhinocerous Mr Lan- dau keeps hunkered down in his office symbolizes one of the AFT offerings. Eugene lonesco's an ex- ample of the Theatre of the KYI'KIIKPBUKIN and the NIGHT All this week for your listening pleasure SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair in color. Starring Academy Award Winner-Best Actress Liza Minelli. November 14 show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. MILK RIVER Sunland Ttwatrt in color. Starring Paul Newman and Lee Marvin. Thursday and November 15 and 16. Thursday show at p.m. ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Pox Theatre- VALACHI in color. Starring Charles Lino Ventura and Terence Young. November 14 show at p.m. REST- RIOTED ADULT. color. Starring Jack Lemon. Wednesday November 14 shows at and p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOFl CHILDREN. Tonight Phil Lethbridge and the Westwinds at the Alec Hotel WATCH FOR THURSDAYS LETHBRIDGE HERALD AND ASTRO REALTY'S Homes of 3rd ANNUAL HOME SHOW I ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUL SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NIW 9000 BLACKOUT Played TIN Won Number November 15th IP WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD Limit PAYS DOUBLE No one under 16 years allowed PUBLIC UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED QUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT NOV. 15th NOV. 16th NOV. 17th is part of the package This Rhinocerous has its original Broadway Zero plus Gene Wilder and Karen Black. It was directed by Tom who Shot it half in the streets of Los half in the studio. The rest of AFT's star- crusted series direc- tor John Frankenheimer's version of The Iceman Cometh by Eugene starring Lee Frederic the late Robert Jeff Bridges and Bradford Catherine Paul Lee Kate Joseph Cotton and Betsy Blair in Edward Albee's A Delicate Balance directed by Tony Richardson. Also Kurt Weill and Max- well Anderson's Lost in the based on Alan Paton's the Beloved directed by Daniel with Brock Melba Raymond St Jacques Also producer-director Laurence Oliverier's produc- tion of Chekhov's The Three Sisters with a cast including Alan Olivier his wife Joan and members of the National Theatre Company of Great Stacy Reach as Luther under Guy Screen's direction of the Edward Anhalt play. And a Harold Pinter double- Pinter directing Simon Gray's butley starring Alan Jessica and Richard and Pinter's play The Homecom- ing directed by Peter Hall with Cyril Ian Michael Vivien Paul and Terence Rigby. There's not a spaghetti western or a mindless musical in the and that not by ac- cident. Over the years Ely Landau has made a reputation for himself as an independent producer of from the class ic Play of the Week series for New York's Channel 13 to the films The Pawnbroker and Long Day's Journey Into Night The American Film Theatre is designed to make moviego- ing the same kind of eagerly anticipated cutural ex- perience audiences associate with other art-by- an evening of Swan or Shakespeare are not dealing at this stage of our development with pictures for says Mr. Landau. are very special pictures for very special is his fond hope that the Motion Picture Association of America will rate all his films although there may be the possibility of an R or He also hopes to recapture some of the lost or strayed movie audience who want to see films of quality but are alienated by what he calls era of smut and por- divisiveness in motion pic- tures New breakfast sounds Chriitiu Scteace Maeher England A strange new sound is crackl- ing across Londoners' breakfast tables. The radio isn't speaking the familiar old BBC but American. Why there are even paid advertisements. It's commercial luv. The 50-year monopoly of the radio airwaves by the British Broadcasting Corporation has been broken and will porridge and kippers ever taste the same Just as Americans non- commercial radio a few years Britons are now being in- troduced to now-a-word-from-our-sponsor programming. never heard anything like boasts London Broadcasting Com- the first of a projected 60 commercial stations. It's literally true. British ears only previous exposure to domestic com- mercial radio has been the pop and pirated variety Lancaster back on set for filming TEL AVIV Actor Burt whose televi- sion serial was interrupted by the Mideast has returned to Israel to resume his role as Moses in a six-part special. Lancaster left the country because his prime shooting location in Sinai was near the Suez front and the Israeli ex- tras in the cast went off to fight The actor said he had gone to Rome to shoot some interior scenes and had con- sidered going to Spain or Spanish Morocco any place where we could continue to shoot desert Noting that the best place to shoot the story of Moses of in Lancaster it began to look like there was a possibility the ceasefire would we decided to come Radio Radio Lon- or Radio City rockin'- and rollin' from the North Sea or Thames Estuary. nation's first legitimate commercial sta- tion debuts with a more sober news M noun a day. The pop and prattle are left to London's second new radio Capital which premieres Oct. 16 playing as much as 16 records per London Broadcasting had been on the air only 510 seconds befbre beaming paramount Britain's first radio commer- cial the Birds Eye fish fingers to Ads consume up to nine minutes per but are treated with a disdain bom of a 50-year commercial-free heritage. There are no and editors can shuffle ads around if they get in the way of news. Even prime-time com- mercials in the first week were sold out. TONITEindTHURS. Paramount Pictures presents the return of the greatest love story of all time. PARAMOUNT PICTURES TW FRANCO ZEFFIRELLT PrataM. ROMEO ADULT paramount cinema Show Times November 14 PARAMOUNT THEATRE ROMEO JULIET- 7 00 9-20 No Short Subjects TWO COMPLETE SHOWS 7 00 9 20 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 7.15 9.20 BLUME IN LOVE 7'25 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 20 RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects 7-00 9-00 STONE KILLERS 7 25 9 30 LAST COMPLETE SHOW. 9 00 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN NOW SHOWING At and p.m. I RESTRICTED Adult A Paul Maiureky Production GEORGE SEGAL SUSAN ANSPACH KRIS KRISTOFFERSONnndSHELLEY WINTERS IN Wednesday Night at the LEGION VIMY LOUNGE MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY college cinema NOW SHOWING At p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT Take away his badge and he'd top the Ten Most Wanted ;