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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, April 29, 1974 What's an energy crisis between close friends? By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Chalk up another victory for energy crisis. It has succeeded in altering the vacation plans of Bob Newhart and Bon Rickles These two comedians are best friends and so are their wives. Ginny and Barbara. In fact. Newhart says he's always felt that if two wives get along, then the two husbands will too, and Ginny Newhart and Barbara Rickles get along fine. Anyhow, the Newharts and the "Rickleses had been planning on taking a cruise this spring. But the lack of fuel has forced the cruise lines to curtail their schedules so the cruise is out. Instead, they'll go to Hawaii and play golf and tennis. Bob thinks he'll like that better, anyhow. The Newhart-Rickles friendship might seem strange, if you judge the two by their public appearances. Rickles comes on strong and Newhart just the opposite. But. in what passes for real life, Rickles is a nice, unassuming guy, so they are pretty much the same. There is also a difference in religion Newhart is Roman Catholic, Rickles is Jewish but these days, fortunately, that doesn't matter much either. In fact, they often get into religious discussions, on a philosophical level. "I said to Don not long Newhart says, "that in the Jewish religion, God is a God of vengeance, and, in the Catholic religion, God is a God of guilt. And I said that I don't think either of those concepts are good." It's not always "deep think" when the two of them get together. It's often kidding around Last year, they were on vacation together and went to Italy. Like most tourists, BOB NEWHART they went to an art museum. Most of the people walking around were other American tourists and they crowded around the two comics, gathering autographs. The Italian guide didn't know what to make of it. He'd never seen either of them before. So he asked Newhart why everybody wanted their autographs. Bob said, "in America, I am a famous comedian and that other fellow is a great romantic singer." The guide wanted a sample of Rickles' romantic singing but Don begged off. Said he had a sore throat. Don Adams used to be a member of the group but lately he's been out of town so often that they don't see him much. So it's pretty much Newhart and Rickles, going it alone, with their congenial wives. That's one reason why Bob is happy his CBS series is rolling along. It let him stay home for most of the year, where he can be with his family and friends. During the off-TV season he still plays a few weeks in Las Vegas but that's during the summer when his kids are out of school and they go with him. They rent a house in Las Vegas, the kids go to a day camp there, Ginny and Bob play golf and tennis (briefly, because it's terribly hot) and it's not unlike a summer vacation. It is, Bob says, "a good life.'' Graduation day There are 24 graduating students at San Diego State University, all completing the first experimental college class in clownology. And this is how they will look Wednesday when Daniel Nowak, dean of students, hands out diplomas. The new clowns plan to appear in parades and at parties. Govt. aid to small business Baseball Opening innL-nH .-mnii reouirement (or comDanies day for nostalgia OTTAWA (CP) The Con- servatives accused the government Friday of being hostile to small businesses while aiding big corporations, including foreign-controlled companies. Sinclair Stevens Simcoe) said in the Commons the government has helped large foreign-controlled com- panies through the Export De- velopment Corp. but has over- looked small business. Bill Frank said small business is weaken- ing because it is finding it hard to get funds. The Industrial Development Bank (IDE) is more interested in foreign subsidiaries in Canada because their financial support is stronger. He suggested the government set some type of Canadian ownership requirement for companies getting loans from the proposed Federal Business Development Bank. They were commenting on a government bill which would establish the bank as a replacement for the existing 1DB. The new bank, with up to million from the government, would offer other services, such as advice and training, to small businesses. By PHIL ELDERKIN Christian Science Monitor Opening Day in big-league baseball is like the curtain going up on a Broadway show A CUT CABLE CAN HURT SO MANY WAYS If you cut a buried telephone cable, it could hamstring a hospital or cripple a com- munity. It does more than cut off telephone service. It can sever medical service, ambulance service, police emergency service, firefighting gervice, telecommunications service vital to every aspect of home and community life. It's frightening when you think about it. It can be even more frightening if it actually happens. Don't let it happen because of you. Here's an easy way not to be a "cable FREE CABLE-SAVER SERVICE DIAL '0' (ZERO) AND ASK FOR ZENITH 07128 AGT't BURIED CABLE LOCATION SERVICE. Do II well in advance, for Locator to gel to the fast. No charge lor the call or the service we're grateful you called. Thank You! Keeps you in touch with service that everybody knows can't miss. It is men playing a boy's game; happiness under sunny skies. For some, it remains their strongest link to childhood. For others it is a trip back into innocence complete with hotdogs, peanuts, and the sound of ash meeting horsehide. The team which wins its first game does not NO POT SHOW featuring Non-Functional Clayworks Wed., thru Sat. May 1 to 4 10 a.m.-10 p.m. BOWMAN Arts Centre 5th Avenue South Official Opening Wed., May lst-8 p.m. REFRESHMENTS Everyone Welcome BY POPULAR DEMAND JOHN and DAVID GALBRAITH announce their last LD.S. HOLY LAND TOUR Leaves MAY 30th Arrive in London and spend three weeks in LONDON, GREECE, EGYPT ISRAEL We'll visit the Temple in London and other points of interest. We'll visit Greek folk Acropolis, etc. We'll see the pyramids, take a cruise down the Nile, ride camels, etc. We'll visit Poetra, a desert city carved out of stone; tour the old city of Jerusalem and the holy places there, as well as seeing the modern city. We'll see Jacob's Well, the Garden Tomb, Arma- geddon, Jerico, Nazareth, Mt. of Beatitudes, Camel Markets, etc., etc., etc. DON'T MISS THIS LAST TOUR! -IT WILL LEAVE FROM CALGARY- For lurtMr infgrmitlon contact EVELYN JENSEN Box 555 or Phono 752-2035 Raymond, Albtrta TV highlights MONDAY MOVIE DRAMA: Limbo, 8 p.m., Ch. 9. Kate Jackson and Katherine Justice star in this story of the plight of Vietnam war wives and the uncertain fates of their husbands. MUSIC SPECIAL: Love from A to Z, p.m., Ch. 7. Liza Minnelli and Charles Aznavour in a concert for two based on love songs. MOVIE MUSICAL: The Singing Nun, p.m., Ch. 11. Debbie Reynolds stars as "The Singing a sentimental story based on the Belgian nun who turned "Dominique" into a hit record. ADVENTURE MOVIE: Affair at Ischia, 12 midnight, Ch. 7. Toni Sailer and Eva Astor star in this tale of shady business dealings of a millionaire yachtsman. TUESDAY INTERVIEW: Fred Davis, 11 a.m., Ch. 13. Joyce Davidson Susskind is on hand to give advice on handling success. MOVIE DRAMA: Three Into Two Won't Go, 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Rod Steiger and Claire Bloom star in this study of a troubled marriage and the teenager determined to shatter it. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. necessarily win the pennant, a fact which would escape nobody. But for fans the significance of that Opening Day victory transcends pitching staffs that can't pitch, hitters who can't hit and manager who can't manage. The glorious newspaper accounts of the home team that have been wafting up from its Florida spring training camp are no longer to be merely smelled. Now they can be tasted. And you've got to be there, in the ball park, to taste them properly. This is often a day when school attendance drops sharply, grandmothers flee the hearth for a seat near home plate, and businessmen postpone conferences which only a week before seemed pressing. If the game starts at p.m., it is entirely possible by mid-afternoon to have seen two men in custom-made suits and topcoats dive into a cement isle in pursuit of a foul ball. By the time it is also possible that a woman will have referred to the home shortstop as cute and that your back, while sitting down, will have been creased by the mustard on a kid's hotdog. One year, because of several weeks of inclement weather, the repainting of old Braves Field in Boston was not completed until 24 hours before opening day. This included the folding seats in the grandstand, which were slat-like in construction. CHEC 1090 Monday thru Friday 6 50 Farm News 7 30 News, Wthr Sports Monday 5 25 Sports 5 50 Local News 6 00 World al Six Tuesday 6 00 CBC News 9 00 Checlme 12.30 News. Wthr. Sports 1 00 Grain Prices 5 00 News. Wthr.. Sports CJOC 1220 8 35 Phone Bill Show 12.00 Hour of Information 1 00 News and Grain Prices 5 00 News 5 25 Sports 5 40 Market Report 5 50 Local News CHEC-FM 100.9 Monday thru Friday 6 00-9 00 a m Don McMaster 9 00 a m.-3 00 p m Concie's Carousel 3 00-6 00 p.m. Don McMaster 6 00-10 00 p m Del King 10 00-12 Midnight Concerts. Overtures and Encores 12 00 Midnight Sign Off on Monday Tuesday thru Friday Del King CBR 1010 Monday 6 30 As It Happens 8 03 Music of Our People 8 30 Identities 10 00 News. Wthr Sports 10 10 From the Capitals 10-15 Five Nights A Week 10-30 CBC Playhouse 11 03 Ideas 12 Oi The Groove Yard Tuesday 5 30 Warmup 6 05 Eye Opener 8 00 World at Nine 8 10 Eye Opener 9.00 The World at Nine 12.03 Radio Noon 1 55 Stock Market 2 03 School Broadcast 2 30 Off the Record 3-30 Max Ferguson 4 00 BBC News 4 05 Home Run 6 00 World at Six "Join the Pepsi People Feeling Free" STAN MAXWELL The City of Lethbridge, Community Services Department, announces that Mr. Stan Maxwell has been added to the list of instructors for the Games City Hockey School along with guest instructor Vic Stasiuk. Stan played Senior Hockey in North Bay and for the Lethbridge Maple Leafs before turning pro with New Westminster, Victoria, Buffalo and Montreal. Stan is presently coaching the Lethbridge Longhorns and also has instructed at Hockey Schools for the past five years. The Games City Hockey School mail-in registration forms will be appearing in the local paper each Satur- day during the month of April. For further information, please contact 328-2341 local 256 or 327-1310. 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