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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Saturday, 7, 1974 Taylor marriage rumors denied HOLLYWOOD (Reuter) spokesman for Elizabeth Taylor has denied rumors that the actress and Henry Wynberg were married during the Labor Day holiday. Valerie Douglas of ollywood said Miss Taylor, ;r daughter Maria and. Kichard Burton's grandniece, Cecilia, spent the holidays in Vallarta, Mexico. mey were accompanied by wynberg, who resumed dating Hie actress after she and Burton were divorced. LINGER DIES SAN DIEGO (AP) Jack Curly Hogg, 57, one of the criginal Sons of the Pioneers singing group, who played in many films with Roy Rogers and Gene Autry, has died of an apparent heart attack. Hogg, who made more than 150 motion pictures, most of them westerns, was often seen playing a guitar or banjo. He also appeared on television with Grande Ole Opry. Hogg died Wednesday. STATUE STOLEN LOS ANGELES (AP) The Fat Man was willing to pay Sam Spade to find the Maltese Falcon in 1941. Now it is missing again. Officials at the county art museum discovered yesterday that the gold plated statue used in the Humphrey Bogart private-eye film The Maltese Falcon is missing. It had been loaned to the museum by Warner Brothers studio for a special display. The real Maltese Falcon never turned up in the movie. The one which a dying ship captain mysteriously delivers to Bogart's Sam Spade was found to be a fake. The 14-in-high statue dis- played in the museum was gold-plated plaster of paris. Investigators said they are un- sure how much it is worth but its value as a collector's item exceeds the material worth. Police said they had no im- mediate clues to the thief. CBC-TV launches fall schedule on weekend LETHBRIDGE MUSICAL THEATRE Rehearsals for the Fall Musical "ZORBA" Commence Sunday, Sept. 8th, 2 p.m. Yates Centre Green Room Two openings for adult men. Backstage help welcome. IMPORTANT MESSAGE from ANGLO STEREO PHOTO Elective August 5th, Anglo Stereo Photo will remain closed on Mondays. We are doing this to make it possible to have a full staff on for the balance of the five day week. Please be assured that on Tuesday to Saturday, from a.m. to p.m.. and Thursday and Friday, till p.m. our staff of eleven professional sales and service consultants will do their utmost to be of assistance to you. STEREO PHOTO Mae West on 'Hindenburg9 set Mae West, star of Hollywood films in the 1930s and 1940s, poses with three of the film's stars as she visits yesterday on the set where is being filmed in Los Angeles. Others are George C. Scott, Bill Atherton and Anne Bancroft. Host on wildlife series New TV role for Greene NEW YORK (CP) Lome Greene will play a new role in television this fall as spokes- man for the endangered spe- cies The Ottawa-born actor will be host and narrator of The Last of the Wild, a new televi- sion wildlife series produced by Heritage Enterprises in association with Ivan Tors, international wildlife photographer. The weekly syndicated series of 26 half-hour shows in color will open in the New York area on CBS Sept. 11 The series took two years to ANNUAL MEETING PLAYGOERS OF LETHBRIDGE Thurs., Sept. 12th 8 P.M. In the Gallery of the Bowman Arts Centre Lethbrldge Sketch Club ANNUAL MEETING and REGISTRATIONS Tuesday, Sept Arts Centre Demonstration and Coffee Break Meeting Fall classes commence week of Sept 16th Member- ship fee All interested persons are urged to attend. H9-5thSt. S. Phone 328-6661 ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL FALL CLASSES Classes will commence the week of September 23. Please register at the Allied Arts Council office in the Bowman Arts Centre before Friday, September 20, 1974. Insufficient registration means class cancellation. Please register early. JUNIOR CRAFTS Designed to acquaint young people between the ages of 7 to 12 years a variety of crafts Begins Wednesday. September 25. 4-45 to 5-45 p m 12 weeks 00 plus S3 00 for materials Instructor. Anne Reid JUNIOR PAINTING AND DRAWING A combined course designed to introduce people age 10 to 14 years to a variety of nedia. The children will be encouraged to develop their own ideas Begins Tuesday September 24, 4-45 to p.m. 12 weeks 00 plus S3 00 ior materials Instructor- Susan Bobbins SENIOR CRAFTS A variety of crafts will be offered In this course Special interests will be considered. Begins Monday September 23, 7-30 to 9.30 P.m 12 weeks Instructor Cathy Evins. PHOTOGRAPHY An introduction to the mechanics of the photographic process. The use of the darkroom and camera as tools is stressed Begins week of September 23. day to be announced 12 weeks 00 Instructor to be announced SILVERSMITHING A basic course in The art of jewelry making Begins week of September 23. day Jo be announced 12 weeks 00 Instructor Jo be announced SILKSCREEN An introductory course m the basic materials and techniques of sflkscreen pnfflmg Begins week of September 23. day and time Jo be announced 12 weeks instructor Arf Bogusky LAPIDARY A basic course m polishing ana setting stones Begins week of September 23. day anfl time lo be announced 12 weeks 520 00 Instructor to be announced LIFE DRAWING A study of the human form using a variety of media and techniques wilti the emphasis on drawing as a process of developing awareness in observation Begins Tuesday September 24 7 30 lo 10 30 P m 12 weel'S 00 Instructor Susan Bobbins MASKS AND PUPPETS An introduction 'o the fun of creating ouppels and masks using s variety of media If time oermits children will present a puppet stiow using their creations Begins Saturday September 2B 10am lo 12 noon 12 weeks 00 plus 00 for materials Instructor Sandra Salccrvske CREATIVE DRAMA Basics ol creative drama using speach movement and music Exercises will provide in drama and improvi- sation leehmauss Begins of 23 6 r> n- 12 00 inevufor Sandra THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE Department of Music INTERESTED CHORAL SINGERS are invited to apply for membership in THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE CHOIR Edwards) Sinclair) Weekly rehearsals: University of Lethbridge Lecture Theatre (Room E690) Tuesdays, p.m. Commencing September 10, 1974 For further information contact: The Department of Music University of Lethbridge Lethbridge, Alberta (9-2338) -from M59 (or Ftrl MOCKUWI Carl Yon A rtt Qjll OperjIO' Hik for 06061 207 Kresge Bldg A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL 60S 5th AYE, S. PHONE 328-7921 or 328-1181 TRAVEL 4AROUIS HOTEL BLDG. PHONE 328-3000 LORNE GREENE produce. It combines both the unique photographic style of Tors and the in-depth research of science experts experienc- ed with wildlife around the world. The settings range from the Arctic snows to the bleakness of the Sahara to the lush sub- tropics and jungles. All animals shown are van- ishing breeds, victims of en- croaching civilization. CRISIS INCREASES "The problems for animals are becoming acute as jungles are being cut down for agriculture and more land is needed to supply a growing population with Greene said Last of the Wild portrays ways in which man now is working to make amends and help where nature cannot stand up to civilization. TV audiences around the world have known Greene best for his 14-year stint as Ben Cartwright. the strong, humane man of the soil who helped develop the American frontier, Greene, who will be 60 next Feb. 12. could have retired after Bonanza wound up its long run a couple of years ago. But the six foot-two, 210- pounder likes to keep busy. Greene began his career in show business while stili an engineering student at Queen's University, Kingston, Ont He became a successful broadcaster in Canadian radio and then went to New York to try Broadway. But he did not have instant success. Then he made his way to Hollywood but not to become an actor He wanted to market a stop-watch he had developed It was a watch to mark the exact amount of program time left before the sign-off on radio and TV shows He returned to New York wht-n Vancouver-born Fletcher Markle was produc- ing his TV show, Studio One. By JAMES NELSON TORONTO (CP) CBC-TV launches its new fall and winter program schedule this weekend, heavily larded with nostalgia, scenery from the Atlantic outports to the Rockies, and drama and entertainment keyed to ev- eryday issues. Samples of the 1974-75 pro- gram schedule, announced in outline early this summer, were shown to journalists and TV critics during a two-day preview session at CBC head- quarters here. While continuing many of the favorite programs of last Waltons, All in the Family, the Tommy Hunter Show, Front Page Challenge, and Hockey Night in the new season breaks into some new ground. But Denis Harvey, deputy assistant general manager of the English services division of the CBC, said in an inter- view that even more is promised for the 1975-76 beason. CBC-TV is busy "re- he said, its pro- gram schedules in drama, variety entertainment, news and information shows. John Hirsch, founder of the Manitoba Theatre Centre in 1956-57 and now international- ly recognized as an innovative theatre director, took over CBC-TV's drama department at the beginning of this year. SHOW BEGINNINGS This fall's programs will show only the beginnings of his work, he said. House of Pride is a new weekly family drama series being produced at CBC centres across the country and is the state-owned network's pride and joy for the new season. But it was already in the works when Mr. Hirsch took over. Mr Hirsch promised the new look in CBC will be provocative, nationalistic, and perhaps abrasive. His views about drama seemed to have inspired other division heads as well. Thorn Benson, director of entertainment programs, gave reporters a brief glimpse at a new, small, light-weight camera developed for last season's telecasts from under the arctic ice cap, and said it will contribute startling shots for the new season. Some of the snippits of pro- grams shown the critics seem- ed to bear out his promise. There were many views of the sweep of the Prairies, the ma- jesty of the mountains, and the lonliness of the New- foundland seacoast, all alive with actors, dancers, musicians and other enter- tainers. Norn Garriock, CBC-TV managing director, said in an interview the network will continue to have approximate- ly 70 per cent of its programs originating in Canada or employing Canadian talent. Knowlton Nash, director of in- formation programs, said this will amount to between 90 and 95 per cent in his department. Mr. Garriock said CBC-TV is already well advanced into its program planning for 1975- 76. It is only recently that the network has begun to plan so far ahead. It faces special difficulties in the summer of 1976. when virtually all of its production facilities will be tied up in covering the Olympics in Montreal and a UN conference in Vancouver. Much of the shooting which normally would be done ior the winter programs of 1976-77 will have to be done in the summer of 1975. In addition to House of Pride for 1974-75, the CBC's major new television enterprises include Adrienne at Large, a weekly current af- fairs show in which Adrienne Clarkson has been given vir- tually a free ticket to roam the world, and The Pallisters, a BBC-TV series based on the novels of Anthony Trollope in' much the manner of The For- sythe Saga. Specials include three pro- grams starring Paul Anka, Harry Belafonte, and Wayne and Shuster, bought by General Motors of Canada to introduce their 1975 models next month. Norman Campbell, inter- national award-winning pro- ducer of CBC arts shows, will have programs in the new se son showing the Royal Wi nipeg Ballet in its noi Christmassy version Tchaikovsky's Nutcracki ballet, and She Stoops to Co quer. as done this summer 1 the Stratford Shakespeai Festival, starring Williai Hutt. There will also be specia starring actor Christopht Plummer, pianist Gler Gould, tenor Jon Vickers ai contralto Maureen Forreste all described by Mr. Bensc as stars of world standing their fields. Mr Benson said America TV networks have spent abo on pilot shows ft possible use this comir season. The CBC bougl Days, nostalgic look at the 1950 Chico and the Man, a si uation comedy based in it American southwest, an Rhoda, a spin-off from tt Mary Tyler Moore show whic will continue 'HELD OVER! "YATES CENTRE" "JOYOUS, -Independent Jourm) JUBILATION" -S. F. Examiner "A YOUTHFUL LIVELY F. Chronicle GOOD SEATS NOW ON SALE! LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. LETHBRIDGE FINAL PERFORMANCE! SUNDAY (Sept. 8) P.M. Tickets at Yates Centre! PATROL INTERESTED IN JOINING US? Orientation Meeting Lethbridge Community College Wed., Sept. 8P.M. Lecture Theatre No. 7 Southern Alberta Zone Canadian Ski Patrol System PHOTOGRAPHY 416 -13th STREET N. We give of ourselves When we give GIFTS OF THE HEART. 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