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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THI LITHMIDQC HMALD November 1173 j FABRIC SALE WEDNESDAY NOV. 21st to p.m. CfflMPKMT wide. '-Washable. YARD 2 MM PRINTED POLYESTER CREPE wide. -Waehable. YARD MM 44 ANGORA PLAIDS 3' NO-SEW FISHNET wide 1 YARD for NO-SEW FISHNET wide. -Assorted colors. YARD A A O O wide. -Waahable. YARD PRIMERA HOPSACKING MIX A MATCH ANGORA KNITS wide. -Waehable. YARD PRINTED JERSEY wide. -Washable. YARD -Washable. blue. -Ideal for drapes. YARD 1 OO UT NINETIES HOPSACKING wide. -Ideal for drapes. YARD 1 FLAT FOLD DRAPERY -washable. YARD 98 POLYESTER WOOL CHECKS wide. -Washable. YARD SCREEN PRINTED BANLON wide. YARD 2 BROADCLOTH wide. YARD 1 CREPE DE CHINE 1s wide. YARD POLYESTER CREPE I9 plain. YARD POLYESTER WARP KNIT Polka dots. wide. YARD PRINTED CMMPKNIT wide. YARD PRINTED ACRYLIC NIAGARA PRINTED DENIM wide. YARD ACRYLIC DOUBLE KNIT wide. Washable. Guaranteed not to O 6 FLAT FOLD DRAPERY wide. YARD 1 mA 4O wide. YARD 1 0 OO MEN'S CMMPKNIT wide. YARD POLYESTER LJNMG YARD POLY6JACQUARD KNITS wide. YARD 5 OO nHNTEOraWM PRESS BROADCLOTH -Aaeorted patterns. YARD 1 ORLON FUR PILE -Aeaorted colors. YARD Zellers County Fair Genre on Pdayof Ma0falti Drive. T en Daffy tiM a.m. to fun. Thursday and Frid m-1171. Open Daffy fun. Thursday lo 0 pjn. Festival searches for talent EDMONTON For the first the Stratford Shakespearean Festival is conducting Canada-wide auditions for new talent. William Stratford ac- tor and director who con- ducted the auditions in Ed- said in an interview want to acquaint ourselves with the wealth of talent that exists from Van- couver to In the auditions give local actors a better idea of the methods Stratford uses to recruit talent. Mr. Hutt said there should be more training centres for actors in Canada. are dealing with a profession. It takes at least six years of intensive training to produce any other say a doctor or a lawyer. It's the same with ac- ting. The talent may but it must be published and developed. Force not wanted OTTAWA Shoving third-language broadcasting down broadcasters' throats may not be the most palatable way of promoting mul- says chairman of the Canadian Radio-Television Com- mission. are all sorts of ways broadcasters can show they are aware of other cultural Pierre Juneau told the Commons broadcasting committee. should be able to do this without Mr. Juneau was asked to ap- pear before the committee in connection with its study of the CBC's recent decision to restrict Gaelic programming on Cape Breton Nova Scotia. The committee already has approved two motions. One calls on the government to ask the CBC to recognize the place .of languages- other than French and English and to remove its proscriptions against third-language broad- casting. The motion was a direct re- sponse to a decision by CBC vice-president Lister Sinclair to eliminte within a year a live Gaelic television show on Cape Breton called Island Echoes. Mr. Juneau said the CRTC could force the CBC's hand in the issue only on order from Parliament. Another motion called on the government to recom- mend to the CRTC that it en- courage FM stations to provide multi-lingual programming where there is a sufficient demand. The CRTC already encour- ages multilingual broad- Mr. Juneau told the committee- Fifty-three of the 400 private radio stations do some third-language programming. Any AM or FM radio station may devote up to 15 per cent of its air time to third- language programming without special permission from the commission. A letter of permission is needed if the station wants to occupy up to 20 per cent of its broadcast time with programs in a language other than English or French. To force the CBC's hand by requiring that it pay attention to cultural Mr. Juneau would require an amendment to the Broad- casting re- organization of the CBC and vast sums of Playwright opposed to Englishman CALGARY Cana- dian playwright Tom Hendry says he will try to reverse the appointment of an Englishman as artistic direc- tor of Canada's prestigious Stratford Festival in Ontario. He said in an interview it is and that Stratford should hire out- like Robin Phillips. going to conduct a natfon-wide campaign to over- turn this man. It's indicative of the Stratford board of -directors' utter lack of sen- sitivity that they should ap- point a man without any Cana- dian theatrical background to the apex of Canadian Mr. who used to work for Stratford and was a co-founder of the Manitoba Theatre Centre In was in Calgary to attend the opening of his Fifteen ftf C.lmn TV highlights TUESDAY Peamta I CM. f. Charlie Brown with the Peanuts gang preparing the dinner and what a MOVIE Ck. 11 Bette Davis cast as a Fu Manchu type who's out to steal a Polaris sub. Mary Tyler 8 Ck. 7. Upset by his marital a lonely Lou har been haunting Mary's apartment. New I Ch. 11 It's a nightmare for the night shift after a hypochondriac patient decides he has a fatal disease. CRIME Police Ch. 7. A policewoman who gets a chance to prove a female cop is equal to the job. CRIME Ch. 13. Bizarre killer who leaves his victim floating in water with a mark resembling King Arthur's sword traced on their foreheads. MOVIE Tomb of 12 Ch. 7. A man entombs his wife who warns him if he marries again she will come back to haunt him. WEDNESDAY MOVIE of Joshua 1 Ch. 13. A light-hearted TV movie starring Buddy Ebsen who enlists three shady ladies to pose as his daughters to help him win a homesteading claim. Sophia's chapeau Actress Sophia Loren wears a flowery hat ana a knowing smile during the filming of The Voyage in Italy. The based on a short story by Italian author-playwright Luigi is directed by Vittorio De Sica. Fuel refinery fed by garbage Mich. Floyd a former chemistry feeds gar- coal and other miscellany into a furnace and withdraws gasoline. can build Wallace said of his refinery. it takes is a a bon- coiled a few gad- gets and a little time. You put the garbage in at the top and get the gasoline out of the bot- Wallace said he's been dis- tilling his own gasoline for 12 years and a fuel specialist told him it has higher octane than gas. apply a little heat and pressure to organic materials and you get crude much like the stuff that comes out of the ground. I fractionate it and I can get axle diesel fuel or Wallace says he gets 10 gal- lons of gas from 700 pounds of garbage. N.Y. Lee of Los Angeles has won the first world cham- pionship Monopoly tourna- ment. The television writer won over three top notch including the' champion of Great Britain. managed to get the Indiana and Illinois Bayrd said. linois is the single most- landed on propeny by the sta- urn Six members of a church choir got so much religion a three-hour revival that they had to be taken to hospital with what doctors called Garrison adviser to the United Methodist Church Youth Choir from called the seizures ing Oberon to wed actor HOLLYWOOD Veteran film actress Merle says in an inter- view that she plans to marry a Dutch actor and put her valuable collection of antique furniture up for auction here next week for a change in She says she plans Jo marry Robert when her divorce from Mexican in- dustrialist Bruno Pagliai becomes final early next year. Miss Oberon and WoMers co-starred this year in the film Interval which she helped finance. The collected throughout her career as a movie wife of the British film magnft Sir Alexander Korda and one of the top hostesses of Mexico City is expected to bring at least 1200.000. RADIO ewe MONDAY on FRIDAY' Clarke Farm News News. Sport Checttne Watt Edwards John Oliver News 1100 'drain PrteM Call of the J-and Sports Paul Tewler Boy Rennlck CJOC Probe 1220 World at Six Jim Show John Charles Kevin McKenna Show CBC News Jack ThyS News. Weather and Sports Phone Bill Show Gord Whitehead Jack Hour of Information and Grain Prices Gord Whitehead Jim Parsons Probe 1220 Sports Market Report Local News World at Six CHIC.PM 100.0 MONDAY thru FRIP 6a.m.-12noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-O 6 p.m.-10 p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m.-12 Midnight Concerts Overtures and Encores SATURDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Don Hedman TUESDAY NIGHT As It Happens CBC Tuesday Night News. 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