Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
TODAY'S SHOW TIMES 'ARAMOUNT 'Day of the Complete Show No Short Subjects Adult PARAMOUNT CINEMA Last Complete Show No Short Subjects Family COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects Garret and Billy the Last Complete Show Restricted Adult GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN One Complete Show Gates Open Restricted Adult TV HIGHLIGHTS MONDAY Ch. 9. The New York Yan- kees meet the Royals at Kansas City. CRIME 7 p.m. Ch. 9. The rookies try to break up a robbery gang with an old friend of Ryker as the chief suspect. CFL 8 Ch. 7. The Ottawa Rough- Riders meet the Saskatchewan Roughriders at Regina. RIerv 12 Ch. 13. Vikki David Carradine and comics Ronnie Schell and Larry Storch are the guests. TUESDAY MOVIE Ch. 13. The story of an attempt to extinguish an offshore oil fire near Venezuela. 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. CHIC Morley McGill and Allan Contemporary Doug Contem- porary Leo Farm News Music We Sunday Morn- Eugene Ormandy pioneered hands-across-sea gestures The latest hands across- the seas gesture of Eugene Or- mandy is not likely to be with fiery flourish because that's not his style. But it still will atJract plenty of interest. Mr. Ormandy will be the first American conductor to tour the People's Republic of China. In as music dir- ector of 105 Philadelphia Or- chestra he leads a our of Shanghai and Peking Ings MONDAY thru FRIDAY SpcrlS News News Buryl Clark News Farm News Cattle Prices News News 12--1S Farm Newt News News Chec-line John a Oliver Chec Trading Post Dave King NeufeW Leo Dow John Oliver 'CJOC Paul News with Bill Rad Bill Sport Brent Seely and Don Farm and Ranch Doug Card MONDAY NIGHT Bruce Bowie Show Jack Thys News John Charles Show Sports News World at Six Stan Bailey Show TUESDAY CBC News Jim Elliott Phone Bill Show Jim Elliot Sum- mer Show Memories with George News and Grain Prices Jack Thys John Charlei Show News John Charles Show Jim Elliot Show Jim Parsons Show Brown Sunday Mornings World at Six MONDAY thru FRIDAY 4 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p m. Dell-O 4 p.m.-lO p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m.-12 midnight Overtures and Encores NIGHT MONDAY News World at Six As It Happens Mosaic Identities Snort Calgary Eye From the Capitals Opener Five Nights ommonwealth Week Conference CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY Don McMaster 12 noon-4 p.m. Don Hedman 4 p.m.-l a m. Dell-O SUNDAYS 4 4 a.m-l p.m. Overtures and Encores 1-2 p.m. The Gasthaut CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Ideas Groove Yard TUESDAY Warmup Eye Opener World at Eight 4 a.m.-12 noon 2-4 p.m. Don Hedman 4 p.m.-12 midnight Overtures and Encores Hour CBC Playhouse Country Time Signal Radio Noon Stock Market Holiday Bob Kerr BBC K'ews Home riun News The World at Nine World Six Don't Miss Reading The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK COMING OUT TUESDAY AUGUST 21st with your copy of The Southern Alberta's LARGEST Rural Circulation Copies-Over Readers DIETRICH DINTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 5th St. 5. Ph. 927-7244 lethbridgo arranged by presidential advis- er Henry A. Kissinger. Mr. Ormandy promises the Amer- ican music he picks for the seven concerts will be ing too far But the River Con- is another story. He says he received a copy of the con- certo'from China but the Chinese were far too polite to ask him outright to play it. he -will. Saying it sounds like a 19th century Rus- sian he adds if I can use the Another international gesture of Mr. Ormandy will be on his return to the U.S. when he be- comes the first American to conduct a Russian orchestra outside the Soviet Union. The DOROTHY GLOCK and DAUGHTER MUSIC STUDIO Mrs. Sylvia Lantz R.M.A. Piano and Theory to Diploma Studio centrally located on south side Phone 328-8509 If No Answer Phone 329-4381 ALLIED ARTS rOUNCI' TOMORROW Side YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE p.m. Tickets at Ulster's SOUTHERN THEATRES CJOC-TV Channel 7 Ch. MONDAY NIGHT 00 Hollywood Squares 30 Andy Griffith 00 M Crossfire 00 Frontier Collection 9 30 Stratusfaction CFL This Is The Law 00 National News 15 CJOC News 30 Crossfire 00 David Frost TUESDAY 00 Pinocchio i. 30 Farm and City I' Ed Allen 30 World of Man Mon Ami 3 Friendly Giant Mr. Dress Up Sesame Street 4 00 Severity Hillbillies 30 Truth or Consequences 00 Let's Make a Deal 30 Nancy Miller 00 Galloping Gourmet 30 Joan Waterfleld TaXe 30 30 Edge of Night 00 Family Court Drop In 00 Hollywood CFCN Lethbridge Ch. 13 Ch. MONDAY NIGHT Star Trek News 30 Beat Clock 00 Doris Day 30 Rollin 00 Sanford and Son Medical Centre 30 Pig 'N Whistle 00 Ironside 00 Mews 20 News Pierre Berton Merv GriMin TUESDAY Thought for Day University of Air Canada A.M. Romper Room Yoga 55 North Maple Family Affair Maracaibo Eye Bet Somerset Another World What's the Good Word Trouble with Tracy Anything You Can Uncle Bobby Do Supermarket Buckshot Pierre Berton Star Trek KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 Ch. MONDAY NIGHT News Baseball Here's Lucy Doris Day News Tonight Show TUESDAY Our World Today Show World Tumi Joker's Wild News Pyramid Doctori Wizard of Odds Another World Hollywood Squam Match Game '71 Jeopardy Secret Storm Where Mike Douglas 4-.00 Today in Montana ______ ____ News News Saiutt to Agriculture iitoo Baffle News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 Ch. TUESDAY Farm News News Captain Kangaroo News Jack MONDAY NIOHT Password News News Truth or Consequences Rookies Rogue's Gallery News Audrey Galloping Gourmet Young and the Restless Search for All My Children Make Deal Ntwlywed News General Hospital One Lift to Live Diys of Our Dinah's Plice Three on a Mitch Girl In My Life Split Second Brady Bunch CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre In color. Starring Jack Lemmon and Juliet Mils. Tuesday and August 21 and 22. Monday show at p.m. suitable for children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre In color. Starring Richard Benjamin. Monday and August 20 and 21. Mon- day show at p.m. Restricted Adult. Portions of the dialogue contain coarse and vulgar language. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre In technicolor. Starring Richard Kaquel Virna Lisi and Joey Heatherton. Tuesday and August 2T Pnd 22. Monday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre LADY SINGS THE In color. Stan-ing Diana Ross. Monday and August 20 and 21. Mon- day shows at and p.m. Suitable for children. August 23rd p.m. and 8 p.m. LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION GRANDSTAND Tickets available at the gate Leningrad Philharmonic will follow his baton in New York and Washington on Oct. 25 and 29- Conducting in the interna- tional limelight is hardly a new experience for Mr. Ormandy. In 1949 he took the Philadelphia Orchestra on its first overseas tour to England and Scot- land. He also has guest conductor of many of the prin- cipal orchestras of the world. His childhood in Hungary has a would you believe it aura. At the age of 3 he began to study violin eighth size At 5 he entered the Budapest Royal Academy of Music and at 14 received the BA degree. At 17 he returned as professor at the academy. So how did he get to Ameri- He went in 1921 on the pro- mise of a concert tour. The tour turned out not to but Mr. Ormandy decided to stay. He took a post at a rear violin desk in the orchestra of the Capitol then New York's largest movie and became a U.S. citizen in 1927. As conductor of the Philadel- phia since Mr. Ormandy has become known for his catholic ability to inter- pret all kinds of music. That should come in handy with the River Mao health deteriorating WASHINGTON Mao Tse-tung is in deteriorating health as radical supporters and rival moderates manoeuvre for a coming battle over control of the Chinese Communist U.S. intelligence reports say. Intelligence accounts say the party has suffered memory blackouts and deeply suspects those around him. He is said to be under the care of seven doctors. Chiang his is said to be leading the radicals in the fight for dominance of the new central committee and polit- which will rule the Chi- nese Communist party in years ahead. U.S. intelligence analysts say the 10th congress of the Chinese Communisty expected this month or in will see a battle by Mao's leftist supporters to halt their gradual loss of power to the moderates usually associated with Premier Chou En-lai. NO RAIN Some tribesmen of the Sahara desert have lived all their lives without every seeing rain. green acres drive-in EUGENE ORMANDY CURRENCY CHANGED Mauritania This former French colony in northwestern Africa will change the name of its cur- rency from the franc to the ug- the finance minister said. Articles denounce cSesame TONITE thru WEDNESDAY Jfcyer Miamll It Coutu Hwy_ 3Z7-1100 RESTRICTED ADULT ENTERTAINMENT NO ONE UNDER THE AGE OF 18 ADMITTED RESTRICTED ADULT Detective Harry He doesn't break murder He smashes them. Clint Eastwood rrv 9 Warner Bros.. A Kinney Company SECOND FEATURE By THEODORE SHABAD New York Times Service MOSCOW The American educational television program has been de- nounced in the Soviet Union as the latest example of cultural of the United States. A Communist Party news- paper on cultural affairs as- sailed the successful children's program as designed to sell the American system of values to the rest of the particular- ly the developing countries. The sharp attack on the pro- which is being shown in- creasingly outside the United appears to be part of a campaign against West e r n ideas at a time when Moscow is seeking to persuade the United States and other industrial na- tions to provide capital and technology for the Soviet Un- ion's lagging economic develop- ment. At the same the Rus- sians made it clear that same was precisely the type of program that the Krem- lin wanted to keep off this country's home screens if and when global television becomes a reality. The Soviet Union and its allies have been mounting a campaign to prevent other na- tions from beaming unwanted programs from satellites. The unexpected attack on appeared in the newspaper Sovietskaya Kul- in the form of a critical articles reprinted from 'the Mexican magazine Siempre. The Russians often reprint ar- ticles from abroad in making a propaganda point of their own. An editorial de- signed to put the attack into focus for the Russian that the .Mexican criticism exposed the of Amer- ica's so-called education tele- one of whose titled serves as a clear example of veiled neocolonialism in don't know whether the authors of the program gave it that title the So- viet newspaper continued. word 'Sesame' came from the Orient and 'open up'. One thing is with that type of imperialism is seeking to penetrate into other people's even if door and windows are tightly j locked. The passkey is to be global The Mexican which evidently was found here to be consistent with Soviet said that was ostensibly designed to teach children the numbers and the fundamentals of arith- enrich their vocabulary and develop capa- city to thus opening their eyes onto the world around them. Although that world is being presented as a according to the Mexi- it does in fact tend to ceV-ibrate American values of private property the importance of and so forth. Describing some episodes ol an apparently Mexican version of the the article central adult are all property owners an electrical re- pair or a Proper- ty relationships are made to look and nowhere is there any indication that they may give rise to In another the store o-wner is described as saying that he and his wife need- ed a certain amount of money to fill their wants. entire lecture Is devot- ed to explaining the role of the article goes on. has no ideology. Money is neutral. Buying and selling are presented as actions flow- ing from the very nature of LOTS.OF GUYS SWING WITH A CALL 'GIRL LIKE BREE. ONE GUY JUST WANTS TO KILL HER. Sutherland klule technicolors Gates Open p.m. One Complete Show p.m. NOW SHOWING AT P.M. THE NUMBER ONE BOOK OF THE NOW-THE SUSPENSE FILM OF THE FredZMnemaniftFU ADULT JACKAL AJohnWooif IN TECHNICOLOR paramount cinema i ifcsb BUKTBACHARACH Lyrics by HALDAV05 TONITE and TUES. AT F.M. RESTRICTED ADULT college cinema 20ft Aw. Mayor Dr.. 328-63W TONITE and TUES. AT P.M. PATGARRETT AND BILLY THE KID METROCOLOR VIOLENCE MAY BE OBJECTIONABLE TO SOME COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SKATING and MUSEUM SCHEDULE FACILITY Aug. 21 Aug. 22 Aug. 23 24 Aug. 25 I Aug. 26 j Aufl. 27 FRITZ SICK FOR LIONS Swim 1-4 p.m. and 7-9 Swim 1 5-30 p.m. and Swim 1-4 p.m. and 7-9 Swim p.m. and Swim 1-5 p.m. and 6-9 Swim 1-5 p m. and 6-9 Swim p.m. and p.m. HENDERSON Swim 1-9 Swim 1-9 Swim 1-9 Swim 1-9 p.m. HENDERSON PARK ICE Skating p.m. SIR ALEXANDER SALT p.m.