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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBR'DGE HERALD Thursday, October 11, 1973 'Bachelor father9 of 10 boys now boasts 17 grandchildren MIAMI, Fla (AP) When lohn Conyngham's fiancee lied in 1947 shortly before hey were to be married, he ound himself facing the fu- ure as the bachelor father of 10 adopted Japanese sons It wasn't easy, but Con- yngham managed The boys, who were between the ages of one and eight when he adopted them, are all settled and have presented him with 17 grandchildren "I've benefitted more than they from the he said recently Conyngham. who was born in Scotland, fought the Japa- nese during the Second World War and in 1947 was stationed in Tokyo as a member of the war Crimes Legal in- vestigating committee He became engaged to Helen Connolly while in Tokyo and since she was unable to have children, they decided to adopt a Japanese youngster. "I thought you would have to make a lot of inquiries, so I made a lot of inquiries Friday October to 2am Saturday October to Midnite Tickets ?2 each Exhibition Pavilion Rilrtshmjnts fun MUrtiiMiint and delicious Girman food including sauirkraut. sausage ind pork hocks ill yours al thi Okloberltst. And dance to the music ol the Lelhbndge Polka Band and the Rinchboys Get your tickets from North Side Bakery Norbridge Meat and Sausage Shop Old Country Sausage Shop and. Delicatessen Jack Blech s Barber Shop Lethbridge and District Exhibition Office TV highlights THURSDAY MOVIE COMEDY: The Impossible Years, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. Family farce about the problems of a psychiatrist with his nubile daughter DRAMA: Kung Fu, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. Caine promises a dying priest that hdll try to return the golden chalice which the cleric stole from a mission, then lost otbutlaws MOVIE ADVENTURE: The Voyage of the Yes, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. A 1973 tale of adventure and growing up for two teen-agers' sailing a 26-foot sloop from California to Hawaii CRIME DRAMA: Streets of San Francisco, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. petty thief who's bitten off more than he can chew MOVIE COMEDY: Boys' Night Out, p.m., Ch. 11. Spoofs suburban malaise and what it can do to the American male FRIDAY MOVIE THRILLER: Island of Terror, 1 p.m., Ch. 13. YIedical experiments on an isle off the coast of Ireland produce i breed of deadly turtlelike creatures Theatre assets 'being wasted9 Sponsored by the German Canadian Club and the Lethbridge and District Exhibition By JAMES NELSON WINNIPEG (CP) Cana- dian theatre activities tend to be too extravagant and at the same time too conservative, and Edward Gilbert intends to do something about it Mr Gilbert, 35, is artistic director of the Manitoba Theatre Centre and directed this summer's pro- duction of George Bernard Shaw's You Never Can Tell at Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont. That production will come Want to make a friend for life? Shane your family with a foster child We're looking for some very special people. Foster parents People who can take troubled children into their homes and help them regain their con- fidence m themselves. People who can reassure abandoned, neglected and maltreated youngsters. People who can understand the problems of boys and girls with mental and physical handicaps. People whocan extend unfailing patience and affec- tion to seemingly unresponsive teenagers. There are some 2500 children in Alberta.who des- perately need these special people Children who, through no fault of their own, have been denied a normal and happy family life. If you think you can help by sharing your family, please give us a call. We offer no material rewards other than an allow- ance for the child's board, clothing, health care and tuition The true reward is yours to find in mak- ing a friend for life BE A FOSTER PARENT CALL (403) 327-4501 COLLECT xfoerta HEALTH SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT here to open the MTC's 1973-74 season Oct 19 In bringing it here, Mr. Gilbert is prac- tising a little of what he preaches. "1 believe the resources of the country, theatrically speaking, are being squan- Mr. Gilbert said in an interview "Too many people are try- ing to produce too much In past seasons, the same play has been produced, say, in Winnipeg, Vancouver and Ot- with separate sets and costumes.'' Mr Gilbert proposes that theatre companies across the country share productions in the same way that opera com- panies borrow each other's sets for major productions. SEEKS COUNCIL AID The new touring office of the Canada Council in Ottawa should help this arrangement, he said The administrative in- efficiency that now exists m the theatre breeds a climate of conservatism, he says Be- cause of the high costs in- volved m separate produc- tions, artistic directors are wary about doing new things. "Until we can get into a happier financial position, we cannot be as adventurous and progressive as we'd like to be" Mr Gilbert, who became artistic director of the MTC for the second time in 1972, after a 1966-69 stint here, is negotiating with other theatres to send two new MTC productions to Eastern Canada and possibly farther afield next season These include The Dybbuk, by S. Ansky, described as an enthralling folk masterpiece of the occult, and a revival of vaudeville called Flugle Street PLAYED IN SCHOOLS The MTC last year pro- duced or acted as host to 19 productions, only seven of which were mounted in the milhon 760-seat mam theatre opened here in the fall of 1970 The 12 others were studio productions in the 300seat Warehouse Theatre or cir- culated among schools and in the MTC's provincial road cir- cuit. The main theatre eats up the lion's share of the MTC's annual budget of close to million, but this includes overhead costs for the Ware- house Theatre, the school pro- grams and the provincial tours Half the MTC's income comes from box-office ticket sales and the balance from federal, provincial, municipal and other grants "Fifty-one per cent of our income is and I'm anxious to keep it that Mr. Gilbert said. The MTC is the only profes- omrtnl thAifra in ttiic nort nt V the world and Mr. Gilbert says he would welcome com- petition. Trained as a lawyer at Uni- versity College, Oxford, he has had experience in the Ox- ford Playhouse, Royal Shake- speare Company, Sadler's Wells, and at the Old Vic in London. He was for a time as- sistant artistic director of the National Theatre School in Montreal. His experience has shown that without competition, a theatre like the MTC has to try to please too many people with a wide range of musi- cals, avant-garde drama and classical works Ailing man is acquitted GRXNDE PR (CP) Harlev Levson Coleman, .18. of Sexsmith. was acquitted of non-rapital murder charges hv Supreme Court Judge Neil Primrose Coleman was charged in connection with the shooting diMlh of his wife. Shirlev Don-en Coleman 43 in their northwestern Alberta home 12 TEACHER RETIRES TIU1RO N S (CP) Wevmaii (1 Perry, vice- IHincipal ol Nova Scota Teachers College, has retned alter years' set vice with tlie institution Known us Mi Piactiee Teaching, he classroom par- ticipation in the training of touchers CUT FOOD COSTS VKHMIL1ON. Alta (CP) Walter regional livestock supervisor, says ui ban dwellers can cut lood costs b> turning their lawns into vegetable gardens He says it would cost no more than the water, fertilizer and labor needed to keep the lawn green RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHIC MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 00 Bury! Clarne 6 50 Farm News 7 30 News 9 00 Checkline 1000 Walt Edwards 1200 John Oliver 12 15 Farm News 12 30 News 1240 Sports 1 00 Grain Prices 1 01 CaJI ot tne Wild 300 Jack" Neufeld 500 News 7 00 Paul Tessier 1200 Roy Rennick CJOC THURSDAY NIGHT 5 CO P'Obe 1220 5 02 Jin- Parsons Show 6 00 World al 600 630 Stan Bailev Show 8 00 John Charles Show 12 30 Sieve Pisko Show FRIDAY 5 30 Jim Elliol 6 00 CBC News CHEC- MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 a m -12 noon Don McMasler 12 noon 6pm Dell 0 6 p m -10 p m Don Hedman 10pm 12 midnight Concerts Overtures and Encores (Bob Concle) SATURDAY 6 a m -12 noon Don McMaster 605 Jnck Thys Show 7 50 News Wthr Sport 8 35 Phone Bill Show 10 05 Gord Whitehead 11 00 JacK Thys 1200 Probe 1220 12 30 News Wthr 3port 1 00 News and Gram Prices I 05 Gord Whitehead 3 05 Jrn Parsons FM 100.9 12 noon-6 pm Don Hedman 6 p m 1am Dell-0 SUNDAYS 6am 1pm Concerts Overtures and Encores (Bob Concle) 1-2 p m The Gashaus Hour (German program) 6 p m 12 Midnight Concerts Overtures (Bob Concle) CBR THURSDAY NIGHT 4 05 Home Run 6 00 World at Six 6 30 As It Happens 3 03 Themes and Variations 10 00 News Wthr Sports 1010 From the Capitals 10 15 Five Nights a Week 1030 Music and Opinion 11 00 News 11 03 Inner Ear 1 00 News Wthr Sign OH 605 6 00 805 9 13 1203 1 55 203 230 303 4 00 4 05 600 FRIDAY Eye Opener World at Eight Eye Opener This Country Radio Noon Slockmarket Autumn Scene Max Ferguson Bob Kerr BBC News Home Run World at Six Don't Miss Reading The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK COMING OUT TUESDAY (Included with your copy of The Herald) Southern Alberta's LARGEST Rural Circulation 30.600 107.000 Readers CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Ceblevlelon Ch. THURSDAY NIGHT 5 00 Hollywood Squares 5 30 News 6 00 Movie Impossible Years 8 00 Carol Burnett 9 00 Movie Voyage of the Yes 10 30 Maude 1100 News 11 20 PM 12 00 Movie Brute and the Beast FRIDAY 6 30 Audobon 7 00 Farm and City 7 30 Ed Allen 8 00 Pmochio 8 30 Uncle Bobby 9 00 Alberta Education 9 30 Mon Ami 9 45 Friendly Giant 1000 Camera Twelve 10 30 Mr Dress Up 11 00 Sesame Street '200 Super Man 12 30 Lassie 1 00 General Hospital 1 30 Lets Deal 2 00 Our Town 300 Take 30 330 Edge ol Night 4 00 Family Court 4 30 Drop In 5 00 Hollywood Squares CFCM-TV Lethbrldge Channel 13 (Cablevlalen Ch. 4) THURSDAY NIOHT 9 00 4 00 Anything You Can Do 9 15 4 30 Buckshot 9 30 4 55 Mod Squad 1000 5 55 News 10 30 6 30 Mystery Movie 11 00 800 Kung Fu 11 30 900 Ironside 12 30 1000 Streets of San Francisco 1 00 11 00 News 11 20 News 2 30 1200 Merv Griffin 300 FRIDAY 3 30 5 55 Thought for Day 6 00 University of Air 4 00 6 30 Yoga 4 30 7 00 Canada AM 4 55 8 30 Romper Room 5 55 This Week Parlon Francais MEET A Lifestyle Fdy Cdrub Galloping Gourmet Beat the Clock Woody Woodpecker Movie Island of Terror Somerset Another World What s the Good Word7 Anything You Can Do Buckshot Mod Squad News KRTV Great Fade Channel 3 (CaMevlelen Ch. 9) THURSDAY NIGHT 5 00 News 530 News 6 00 Waltons 7 00 The Great One 8 00 A Boy Named Terry Egan 9 00 Ironside 10 00 News 10 30 Tonight Show FRIDAY 6 15 Understanding Our World 6 45 Salute Agriculture 7 00 Today Show 3 00 Joker s Wild 8 30 Pyramid KPM Oreat Channel THURSDAY NIOHT 5 30 News fi 00 News 6 30 Truth or Consequences 7 00 Toma 8 00 Kung Fu 9 00 Streets of San Francisco 1000 TV-5 News 1030 Movie Boy s Night Out FRIDAY 6 55 Farm News 7 00 Captain Kanqnroo f) 00 0 00 Audrey 9 30 J.ICK LaLanne 900 Gambit 9 30 Hollywood Squares 1000 Jeopardy 10 30 Who What Where Game 1055 News 11 00 Price is Right 11 30 As The World Turns 1200 Days of Our Lives 1230 The Doctors i 00 Another World 1 30 New Match Game 2 00 Secret Storm 2 30 Mike Douglas Show 4 00 Today in Montana 4 30 News 500 News e (CaMevlelen Ch. 11) 1000 Young and the Restless 10 25 News 1030 Search for Tomorrow 11 00 All My Children 11 10 Lot s Make a Deal 12 00 Newly Wed Game 1230 News 1 00 General Hospital 1 30 One Lile to Live 00 Love American Style 2 30 Wizard of Odds 3 00 Three On A Match 3 30 Girl In My Life 4 00 dpht Second 4 30 Brady Bunch ;