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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGHLIGHTS MONDAY BINGO: Calgary and Lethbridge, 1 p.m., Cb. 7. A black- out is necessary for a chance at the prize. REPEAT PROGRAMS: Doris Day. Partridge Family, Sanford and Son, Cannon, Medical Center, Ironside. DOCUMENTARY: Man Alive, p.m., Ch. 7. The 25th anniversary of the State of Israel is commemorated in this study of Judaism, filmed on the Sinai Peninsula. INTERVIEW: Merv Griffin, 12 midnight, Cb. 13. John Wayne, Chad Everett, Paul Lynde and David Birney are amcng the guests for the presentation of gold medals award- ed annually. MOVIE MYSTERY: "Charlie Chan in a.m., Ch. 7. Charlie has three days to prevent the execu'fon of a convicted person he believes to be innocent. A real oldie. TUESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "The Counterfeit 1 p.m., Ch. 13. An undercover agent tracks international counterfeiters, starring Jack Lord (Hawaii 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. Mortey McGllr and Allan porary Sports; Leo Dow- ings MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6-00 News 4.05 Buryl Clark News 6JSO Farm News 6-.5S Cattle Prices 7.00 News News CHEC Bell: Contemporary Farm News Music 7-40 Sports 8 00 News 8 25 Bob Hesketh 8 30 News 8.35 Chec-line 10-00 Chec Trading 11 00 Leo Dow 12 00 John Oliver News; Doug Marvin: We Remember: Sunday Morn- 12-15 Farm News 12.30 News 12-40 Sports Grain Call of the Land John Oliver 3.09 Dave King Jack Neufeld 12.00 Paul Tessie- Post Monday, April 30, 1973 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAlD 7 Ballet group reports attendance CJOC News with Bill Skelton, Rod Whin, Bill Matheson; Sport Brent Seely and Don Maclean. Farm and Ranch Doug Card MONDAY NIGHT 5-00 News 5 02 John Walker 5.25 Sports 5-50 News 6 00 World at Six John Walker Request Line MONDAY thru FRIDAY a.m 12 nson Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p m. Dell-0 i p.tr. -10 p m. Don Hedmai 6 10 p.m -12 midnight Concerts, Overtures 6 and Encores (Bob Concie) 8.00 John Charles 12 30 Jim Parsons TUESDAY 6-08 CBC News 6 05 Jim Elliott 8-35 Phone Bill Shew 10 05 Ask the Doctor CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY i a m -12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p m. Don Hedman i p m 1 am. Dell 0 SUNDAYS i.m.-l P.TI. Concerts, Overtures and Encores Jack Thys 1 00 News and Grain Prices 1 05 Jack Thys Johnny Walker 5-00 Probe 1220 iS.OO World at Six (Sob Concie) 1 2 p.m. The Gas'haus Hour (German program) i-6 pm Don Hedman i p.m i" "nidnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) if CBR ir Radio 1010 Calgary MONDAY NIGHT 11.03 This Country J 30 News Groove Yard 12 03 Radio Noon I in A! if H, TUESDAY Stock Market 6-30 As It Happens 2 03 Schools 8 03 Music of Our People 6-05 Eye Opener 2.30 Max Ferguson Identities S vu World at Eight 3-03 Bob Kerr 10 00 News, Wthr, Sport Calgary Eye A 00 BBC News From the Capitals Opener 4.05 Home Run 10-15 Five Nights a Week 9.00 The World at Nine 5-30 News 10.30 CBC Playhouse Time Signal 6.00 World at Six TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY THE HOLIDAIRES at the MINER'S 733 13th St. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS Mattress death leap Soprano Clarice Carson of the Canadian Opera Co., playing the herione in Vancouver Opera Company pro- duction of Puccini's Tosca, prepares to leap to her death after completing her emotion-drenched aria in the finale. But backstage a group of stagehands, not the Grim Reap- er, catches her as she plunges from audience view. After all, she has encores to worry about. WINNIPEG (CP) -The Royal Winnipeg Ballet has re- ported total attendance of 864 in its 1972-73 season, repre- senting 86 par cent of over-all capacity m the 33 cities of Can- ada and the U.S. where it per- formed. Full sell-outs were recorded in 15 centres including the Christmas home appearance in Winnipeg. Individual perform- ances 'irew 100-per-cent atten- dance in nine others, including four shows at Toronto's O'Keefe Centre. Ballet officials said Winnipeg season ticket sales have reach- ed more than double the amount Today's ShowtimeS; PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Slither" Last Complete Show Adult PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 9.20 "The Sounder" 7.30, 9.35 Last Complete Show Family COLLEGE CINEMA "The Daughter'1 7.15, "The Stewardesses" Last Complete Show 8 40 Restricted Adult GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN "Let's Scare Jessica to "Assassination Bureau" One Complete Show Adult, Not Suitable for Children at this lime last year. The 1973- 74 beascn incJuJcs a return Christmas engagement of Nut- cracker and gucit appearances by the National Ballet. DBETRECH DENTURE CUNJC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 8-----304 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbridga RCMP show will re-enact force's colorful history OTTAWA (CP) The KCMP, reputed to always get its man, sets off shortly to get its puo- lic. Don't Miss Reading The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK COMING SOON TUESDAY (Included with your copy of The Herald) Southern Alberta's LARGEST Rural Circulation Copies-Over Readert SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "VANISHING POINT" In color. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, April 30, May 1 and 2. Show at p.m. Restricted Adult FORT MACLEOD impress Theatre "VANISHING POINT" In eator. Starring Barry New- man and Dean Jagger. Monday, Tuesday and Wednes- day, April SO, May 1 and 2. Show at p.m. Re- stricted Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "BLINDMAN" Starring Tony Anthony and Ringo Starr. Monday and Tuesday, April 30, May 1. Show at pjn. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "YOU'LL LIKE MY MOTHER" Starring Patty Duggan. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, April 30, May 1 and 1 Shows at and p.m. Aduit. Mohorlshi Mohesh Yogi There will be on INTRODUCTORY LECTURE on TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION A simple natura! technique for developing the mind and bringing deep rest to the body. NO ADMISSION CHARGE Toes., May p.m. Gas Company Auditorium Speaker: BRUCE HANSEN CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevisfon Ch. MONDAY HICHT News. Sports, Wthr Chez Hollywood Squares Crossfire 5-30 CJOC News Movie: Charlie 6.00 Outdoor Uvlng 6-30 Salute to Alberta Wheat Pooi 7-00 Shrine Bingo 7 30 Golnq Places 8 00 Partridge S X Cannon 9.30 This is L8w Man Alive 1C 38 Man Alive 11: Chan in London TUESDAY 7-00 Pinocchio 7 30 Wizard cf Or 8-00 News, Farm and City Audubon 00 Joan Waterfieid 9.30 Mr. Oressvp 10 00 Alberta Schools lo.3t> Friendly Giant ll-oo Sesame Strut 12.00 Lassie 12-30 Truth or Consequences Let's Make Deal 1-30 Nancy Miller 2.00 Galloping Gourmet 2-30 Ed Allen 3.00 Take 30 3.39 Edge ol Night 4-00 Family Court Drop In Hcliywrod Squares CFCN lethbridae Ch. 13 (Cabfevhion Ch. 4) 11-30 Life Styto 12.00 Eye Set Family Affair Counter- feit KlHer 2.30 Somerset Another World Good MONDAY NIGHT 4.53 Trek 6.30 Beat the Oock Doris Day 7.30 Rtflin' Sanford and Son Medical 9.30 P.J 'n VWJiMIt 10.00 Ironside Mewi News 00 Merv GrHfin KRTV Gnat Folk Channel 3 (Cabtovftton Ch. 9) MONDAY NIOHT 45 SslWe 9o SiHlsd 3 30 News 7-00 Today Snow World Tuna Today Wtorrtatw W.OO News 7 00 Move Ootton The Ceremony of Cerrrory Another woria 9.00 In HoUywood Squares Hollywood TeTKlnJ Show 1D W Secret.Storm Who. What. TUESDAY t U Our World TUESDAY JOT Day University of Air 6-30 Romper Room 7.05 Canada A.M. Bobby 9-Oa Community Calendar FasJilons m Sewing WranT Parlons Francais word 9.30 Trouble itaih Tracy ABytWno Yo. 10 09 Supermarket Do Yoga Pierre Berton 4-S5 Star H SS J go KFtB-TV Greet Folk Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) NIGHT MONDAY DO fgvSKOttt t 00 Wtw 6 30 or 7 00 The 03 Rookies ID OS Mjv 10 30 Mov Kid TUESOAY FdTm NcttB C30Nms Kanejree 05 News 3D Lstarmt ?-03 Audrey 9.30 Galloplnq Goormtt 10 00 Ycuno 10.30 for TomsfToir 11-01) An My Children a Deal Kwwtywed Game 12.30 News General Hospital one Ufe to Uve 7.00 Oayt ol ovr Uvct 2-30 Dinars Place 3 00 Tfrwa a 3 3P Dslin no t 3D Sewil i-00 password TAVERN 'APPLESHINE' MONDAY thru SATURDAY DINE AND DANCE LOUNGE MONDAY thro SATURDAY "TREE" RED COACH LOUNGE MONDAY thru SATURDAY JOHN BARROW 0 4A AVE and 7th ST. S. PHONE 327-3191 HOTEL From May to September RCMP singers, payers, horse- znsz, gymnast drill teLrrwj 9nd will tour the country re- minding Canadians their world- respected national police force is 100 years old this year. The Queen and Prince Philip win drop by during the summer to help the celebration. A 185-man RCMP road show, in some ways harking back to the old wild west shows of an- other era, will start touring at Sherbrooke, Que., May 11 and months of displays and enter- tainment will end Sept. 3. Other than the visit of t..d Queen to the Regina training school and the RCMP-howmng Calgary Stampede, highlight of the celebrations will be the RCMP Centennial Review, a extravaganza that will be shown in the major cities. The review will start oui. with a 10-minute replay of the for- mer Northwest Mounted Po- lice's march to the west years ago and the signing of the Great Blackfoot Indian treaty. MUSICAL RIDE The production is staged by Randy Avery of Calgary, using RCMP personnel. The rest of the review In- volves the famous musical ride, RCMP band, a 50 voice choral group from the RCMP training establishment, a mounted jumping team and a demonstration by police dogs. The review will be broken up i into smaller pieces for snowing j in the smaller centres. Thus the musical ride might be in one small town while the band is in another. The main review will be in Sherbrooke, Moncton, SL John's. Nfld.. Halifax, Ottawa, Regina, the Calgary Stamoede, j Saskatoon, Winnipeg, the Cana-! dian National Exhibition in To- j ronto, Kamlcons B.C.. the Pa-j cific National Exhibition in j I Vancouver, Montreal, London, OnL, and Kitchener. 1 At the same time there will be various commemorations of, the days of the XWMP through- i out the summer, including the dedication of a headstone com- memorating police deaths in the Northwest rebellion in 18S5 at Prince Albert Sask.. and a "latoo style'' re-enactmait of early southern Alberta history Lethbridge. LOCAL SHOWINGS Exhibits, ranging from CB elaborate affair illustrating the cotoptete history of the force to be in the large Flare Square at the Calgary Stam- pede plus others in five other cities, to mobile exhibitions for showing in the moie remote northern areas are being made available. Other exhibits will be moved from place to place for special local celebrations. ZOIh Ave 6 Mayor tfog-ath Dr, 328-6300- WEDNESDAY _ NOW'AT LAST ON THE SCREEN-THE MOST TALKEL ABOUT GIRLS IN AMERICA- THE ONE, THE ONLY... f-TfLL, RESTRICTED ADULT First Show ot 7.15 p JEB UtfPVBUSBABLE NOVEL ISNOWAMERICA'S KOST CQNTROVEBSJALFUMl COLOR BY MOV1EUMJ HIT. NO. 2 NOW the sexual revolution is complete.- COLO? n KOvriAS -A WEgPCh PICTURES RELEASE paramount ToiHte and Tues. At p.m. 8Sl SL 4th Are. South. 327-5100 A Comedy Sleeper of the KITTY KCPOXKT DICK TCemiCR AT LAST! stage no VATVIW JAMES PETER BOYLE SAUYKEILERMAN LOUISE LASSER COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT-CITY OF IETHBRIDCE PUBLIC SWIMMING and MUSEUM SCHEDULE FACUITY i May 1 Mny 2 Thvn.. May 3, fri.. Moy 4 Sol, May S Sgn, Mgy 6jT.en., Moy 1 FRITZ SICK POOl Swim 'ndujts only) 12 1 p.m. Noon Swim (odulls only) 12 1 p.irn. Piblk Swim p m. Noon Swim only) 12 I p.m. Noon Swim (odultj only) 12 1 prn. Public p.m. Public Swim 3-6 p.m. Public Swim 1-5 p.m. Fcrmly Swjm 6 8 pm. Noon Swim {odults only) 12 1 pm. p m. p 1 4 30 p m. green acres drive Mayor MtgnA Dr. 6 Coors Hoy, 327 1103 Something ts after Jessica. Something tvtt... and very Oead. TCNSTS AND TUESDAY ADULT 2 J BUREAU" Gates open p.m. One complete show ot 9 p.m. paramount cinema x Tonight thru Thiirs. ot p.m. Now In It's 2nd big Week "Sounder" Everyone is talking about AT LAST. A COMPASSION ATE AND LOVING FILM FAMILY I "THE FILM IS A RARITY. A HO'uE THE WHOLE CAM EKJOY." -Ebcn BLACK IN FOX ;