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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta TV HIGHLIGHTS MONDAY BINGO: Calgary and Lethbridge, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. The regu- lar weekly bingo sponsored by the Shrine Clubs of both cities. COMEDY: kaatord and Son, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. Fred is dumped in the old folte' home after Lamont decides to sell the junkyard and travel around the world. MOVIE COMEDY: "The Bliss of Mrs. 8 p.m., Ch. 11. An off-beat marital farce about a London housewife who keeps a lover in the attic. PROFILE: Man Alive, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. An affectionate portrait of Pope' John XXIII from 1958 to his death in 1963. MOVIE BIOGRAPHY: "Walk The Prond a.m., Ch. 7. The true story of an Indian agent's fight for decent treatment of Indians and peace between the Apaches and the whites. TUESDAY MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Hide and 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A research scientist attends a chess tournament and is soon a pawn in a spy game. 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 res- ponsibility of The lethbridge Herald. CHEC Morley McGIII and Allan Bell: Contemporary porary Sports; Leo Dow: Farm News inqs MONDAY thru FRIDAY News Buryl Clark News Farm News Cattle Prices News News News Bob Hesketh News Chec-line Chec Trading Leo Dew John Oliver News; Doug Marvin: Contem- We Remember: Sunday Morn- Farm' News News. Sports Grain Prices Call of the Land John Oliver Dave King Jack Neufeld Paul Tessie- Post cjoc with Bill skeiton, Rad Whin, Bill Altothesonj Sport Brent Seely and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Dorg Card MONDAY NIGHT News John Walker SpcrtE News World at Six John Walker Request Line MONDAY thru FRIDAY John Charles Jim Parsons TUESDAY CBC News Jim Elliott Phone Bill Shew Ask the Doctor CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY a.m.-12 noon Don McMasler 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-0 6 p.m.-lO p.m. Don Hedman 6 10 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures 6 and Encores (Bob Concie) 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p m.-" a.m. Dell-O SUNDAYS a.m.-l p.m. Concerts, Overtures and Encores Jack Thys News and Grain Prices Jack Thys Johnny Walker Probe 1220 World at Six (Bob Concie) 1-2 p.m. The Gasthaus Hour (German program) p.m. Don Hedman p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures end Encores (Bob Concie) CBR Radio 1010 Calgary MONDAY NI6HT Ideas S-30 News Groove Yard 3.30 News TUESDAY As It Happens warmup Music of Our People Eye Opener Identities World at Eight News, Wthr, Sport Calgary Eye From the Capitals Opener Five Nights a Week The World at Nine News CBC Playhouse Time Signal World Six This Country Radio Noon Stock Market Sounds like Spring Max Ferguson Bob Kerr BBC News Home Run The Uthbridge Herald CHINOOK Saturates The Southern Alberta Market! over Lethbridge and district readers bi-monthly. DONT BUY ADVERTISING IN THE DARK! We submit our records to the regular scrutiny of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and our circulation prac- tices to the discipline of their regulations! Next Chinook May 1. (Advertising Deadline is April 25th) CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION! CJOC-TV Channel 7 (CablevUlon Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT Crossfire Chez Helene Squares Movie: _ Walk the sesame Street CJOC News Time Out Wildlife Unlimlfed Shrine Bingo Going Places Partridge Cannon This Is Law Nature Ol Things Man Alive National News Proud Land TUESDAY Pinocchio Wizard of Ol News, Farm and City Audubon Joan Waterfield Mr. Dressup Holiday Film News, Sports, Wthr Friendly Giant CFCN Lethbridge Ch. 13 (Cabtevhion Ch. 4) TUESDAY University of Air 4.30 Romper Room 7.00 Canada A.M. Unc'e Bsbby 9.03 Community Calendar Lassie Let's Make a Deal Truth or Consequences Nancy Miller Ed Allen Take 3D Edge of Night Family Court Drop In Hollywood Squares MONDAY NIGHT Slar Trek News Beat the Clock Doris Day Rollm' Sanford and Son Medical Pig 'v Ironside News Merv Griffin Thought for Day Life Style Eye Bet Family Affair Movie: Hide and Seek Scmersel Fashions In Sewing Another World National Film Whaf's the Good Board Word Troutle with Tracy Anything You Supermarket Do Yoga Buckshot Pierre Berton Star Trek KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) NIGHT MONDAY News Bonanza 7.W Wove: isadwa >n News TomgM Show TUESDAY Our World Salutg to Agriculture Baffled Today Show World Tarns Today hi Montana News ifcsff Doctors 9.00 Sale til Century Another World Hollywood Squares Hollywood Talking 10.00 Jeopardy Secret Storm yyM Mike Douglas News News News KFBB-TV Crsot Folk Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. MONDAY NIGHT Wewt fOO Mews 6-30 CIT C emitoutness 7.0D The RooWes. S-OD Wiervle: BIIJ.J. of Blsswm Mews 10.30 TUESPAY Kenp8ro9 Newt 7.00 CBtrte S-00 Nrws S-.39 Audrey Galloping 1J.W Yrono and Search for Tomorrow All My Children MaVe Nrwlywefl News General Hosp'rsl One Ufa to Uve Osys Of Our Uvtt Dinah's Pita an DsDna Game Split "Second Dean Martin to wed Actor Dean Martin, 55, and model Cathy Mae Hawn, 25, take out a marriage license in Santa Monica, Cal. The ceremony will be a private affair at Martin's Bel-Air home Wednesday. .Monday, April 33, 1973 THE IETHBRIDGE HCTAID 7 Bill Kucheran Turntable topics Grand Harnm. The seventh Procol Harum Ip is an enjoyable but not spec, tacular effort. Highlighting the disc are some excellently writ- ten and produced songs con- taining inventive and well-play- ed instrumentation (mixing a chorus and strings with the evenly-balanced guitar, vocals, keyboards, bass and drums.) These high points are contrast- ed with several bland songs that wallow in over-production, and the lyrics of Keith Reid that are of only average quality. The good points do out- weigh the bad, however, and the album, while not their best effort, should satisfy the Pro- col Harum devotee. (Chrysalis CHR England Amazing Blpndel. If'you imagine yourself in the 16th century England of earls and squires, sailing ships and quaint villages, then you are in the world presented by Ama- zing Blondel. The trio uses lute- like guitars, flutes and harpsi- New role for FM radio OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian Radio-Television Commis- sion today proposed to make private FM radio broadcasting "demonstrably different' than AM radio, offering higher-qual- ity programs to selective au- diences. The commission issued a "proposal for an FM radio pol- icy" which will be followed by a "final policy document" and when this is issued, FM broad- casters "will be expected to commence necessary changes in programming immediately." The commission will issue a new set of program categories to cover both AM and FM broadcasting. There will be separate dis- cussions with the Crown-owned CBC regarding its policies for both AM and FM broadcasting. To separate programming on the two frequenceis, the com- mission proposes that imme- diately after publication of the final policy document, holders of AM and FM licences will cut by half "simulcasting." And within six months, it must end "except in specified unusual circumstances." The commission said it issued todays policy proposals to stim- ulate interest and debate. A public hearing will be held in Ottawa Sept. 11 before the final policy document is issued. "The commission is con- vinced that there is a clear Skulls donated to Montana WASHINGTON (Reuter) The owner of the skulls of an Indian mother and child has agreed to withdraw them from an advertised auction in Flori- da and donate them to the state of Montana, to be shown in a museum or buried, Representa- tive Lou Frey (Rep. Fla.) said here. Earlier Representative John Melcher (Dem. Mont.) con- demned as "grizzly" the pro- posed sale of the skulls. The In- dian and her child had once lived in Montana. Melcher had asked Attorney- General Richard Klemdienst to investigate the planned auction. He cited a Montana law mak- ing it a felony to mutilate the dead body of any human being. Password SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTOM Mayfair Theatre "SOUTH OF HELL MOUNTAIN" In color. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. April 23, 24 and 25. Monday shew at p.m. ADULT. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "HOT ROCK" In color. Starring George Ssgal and Robert Bedford. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, April 23, 24 and 25. Monday show at p.m. ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE BURGLARS" In color. Starring Omar Sharif, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Dylan Cannon. Monday and Tues- day, April 23 and 24. Monday siiow at ADULT. TABER Tower Theatre "THE GODFATHER" Academy Award winner "Best Picture" and "Best In color. Starring Marlon Brando. Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday, April 23. 24 and 25. Monday one show onrv at p.m. RESTRICT- ED ADULT. need for a new radio service to satisfy those who do not find presently available radio pro- gramming attractive or appeal- ing. "Clearly, the FM band is not being put to the best use if the programming provided on it is virtually identical to that pro- viled on AM. Nor is the pro- gramming on FM with back- ground music and little else, however desirable economic- ally, a responsible use of this valuable frequency spectrum. A clear, new role must be estab- lished for FM radio." The commission's predeces- sor, the Board of Broadcast Governors, earlier required that 20 per cent of FM programming be in the-category of "arts, let- ters and science." Sinatra stars in special NEW YORK (AP) Frank Sinatra, 55, is planning to coine out of retirement next fall to star in a one-hour television special on NBC, the Magaovox Co. said here. Tha company is sponsoring the Sinatra special. A Magna- vox spokesman said the show will be broadcast Nov. 11. He declined to say how much rhp company was paying Si- natra, who retired from per- forming in public in June, 1971, and now lives in Palm Springs, Calif. THE H O D A I R E S AN This Week at Symora lois Dorwortri Harry Mirrtros THE DALLAS HOTEL 312 ST. S. Today's Showtime. PARAMOUNT Monday Theatre Rented in Evening for White Heather Concert Tuesday Matinee Short Subjects "World's Greatest Athlete" One Complete Show Family PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "The Sounder" Last Complete Stow Family COLLEGE CINEMA "AvantT Two Complete Shows Adult GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN "Man in the Wilderness" "Skin Game" One Complete Show Adult chords, with slight string and horn augmentation, in their lyric pieces. Even the image- filled vocals are enunciated in the old language styles. Yet enough of a modern melodic in- fluence is present to make the work fresh and listenable throughout. From its originality to its fine recording and pro- duction, the album is brilliant. If you are at all interested in early English folk styles, you owe yourself this fine record. (Island Shoot Out At The Fantasy Factory Traffic. Once again, a Traffic album is produced by a new lineup- Roger Hawkins (percussion) and David Hood replac- ing Jim Gorden and Rick Grech. Their product is dis- appointing. A problem that has plagued Traffic before, ex- tended repetition of their melo- dy lines, dominates. The whole record could easily be reduced to one side of music. Even the usually strong vocalizing and instrumentation are lacking. Ex- cept for a few nice melodies, the record is flat. Whether it's the lineup (half the group are percussionists) or some other cause, the effect is Traffic per- forming under their potential. (Island Communication Hookfoot. An experienced English ses- sions band (they have backed Elton Hookfoot consists of Caleb Quaye, Ian Duck, Roger Pope, and Fred Gandy. Their arrangements, dominated by the lead and rhythm are divided between driving, medium-heavy bar-band type rock and a few acoustic pop songs, which include some plea- sant harmonizing. Togeth- er, the adequate material and above average performing abil- ity make for a good album. (A and M The Session Jerry Lee Lewis. In 1956, in the rock and roll wave after Elvis, there em- erged a blustery piano playing singer named Jerry Lee Lewis. But before he could become a lasting star, public indignation at having a 13-year-old wife forced him out of the lime- light. He subsisted in the small time for years until he estab- lished himself as a successful country and western artist. He has stayed, until recently, away from the rock and roll scene. This album, recorded in Lon- don, features such artists as Alvin Lee, Klaus Voorman, Kenny Jones and Rory Galla- gher. The two disc set includes mainly old rock tunes in basi- cally simple arrangements, with the focus on Lewis's piano play- ing and vocals. Although the al- bum can be faulted for Lewis' penchant for corny vocal in- serts, and for its two record length, it's not a bad effort, something with great appeal for the Jerry Lee Lewis or old rock and roll fan. (Mercury SRM Mr. Middle o! the Road Joe Mendelson. With the onset of the CRTC's Canadian content rule, record companies have been present- ing many new Canadian artists. Many seem to fit into the folk- country category, of which Joe Menddson is no exception. The majority of these artists come across as rather dull, but here Mendelson stands out. On the album he offers his vocals and jazz-like acoustic guitar back- ed with sparse Instrumentation. But rather than try to present himself as a serious, James Taylor-type artist, he Instead offers many shorter songs with lighter themes, both musically and lyrically. The witty lyrics and catchy tunes make for an album that, though not out- standing, is entertaining. While perhaps lacking a little on rec- ord, Mendelson would make a cafe or concert artist well worth seeing. (Nobody Records DIETRICH DENTURE CUNIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 PLEASi NOTE PARAMOUNT THEATRE IS RENTED TONITE FOR THE SCOTCH CONCERT 'The World's Greatest Athlete' Will continue Tuesday with Matinees Daily at p.m. Evenings at 7 and 9 p.m. green acres drive-in LAST TIMES TONIGHT nv ttagntft Dr. Count Hwy., 327-1100 "Skin Gome" In Color JAMES GARNER "Man in the Wilderness" In Color RICHARD HARRIS TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY In the tradition of Hemingway and Bogart, ACADEMY AWARD WINNER George CScott Last Run o IKti I SECOND FEATURE Everyone Warns GATES OPEN ONE COMPLETE SHOW 8 P.M. FAMILY KIDS 75e ANYTIME paramount THEATRE RENTED TONITE FOR SCOTCH CONCERT AT 8 P.M. St. St 4th 327 5100 NOW SHOWING CHURCH MAGAZINE VOTE SOUNDER" -PICTURE OF THE YEAR "'SOUNDER' IS A MUST." ADULT college cinema 29ft An. Utoyot ItoyaJi Or, 328-630O Tonite and Tues. "SOUNDER' paramount cinema 89. St. 4th tm. South. NOW SHOWING AT P.M. 7HEMIR8CH aram Rtenti! WITH JACK LEMMON JULIET MILLS COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT -CITY OF IETHBRIDGE j PUBLIC SWIMMING, SKATING and MUSEUM Apr. Apr. 25 i thurs., Apr. 26 i Fri., Apr. Apr. Apr. 29 Mon., Apr. FRITZ SICK POOL Swim (Adults Only) 12-1 p.m. free Public Swim Swim (Adults Only) 12-1 p.m. Free Public Swim p.m. Public Swim Swim Only) 12-1 p.m. Free Public Swim Swim Only? 12-1 p.m. Free Public Swim p.m. Public Swim Swim 3-6 1-5 o.m. Family Swim 6-S Swim (AdulJs Only) 12-1 p.m. HENDERSON PARK ICE ICE Public SVojing Public Skeiing SIR AttXANDER I p.m. NOTE: Cffedtve April 28. 1973, 1hc Hentienen Fork let Centre will he closed for the PRESENTS 'BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE' fay Leonard Gershe with Jeon Graham David Mann Kaye Robison Frank Husior Votes Memorial Centre April 24th, 25th P.M. All tickets Reserved Adu't Entertainment Box office will be open at Yafes Centre Daily 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. ;