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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Thursday, February 14, 1074 Toronto promoter big influence Canada's musical status growing TORONTO (CP) Several people can be credited with the growth and success of the Canadian music market since the mid-1960s While this market can never compete with that of the United States or Britain, it has nonetheless reached a point where Cana- dian musicians can put down roots and develop their tal- ents in Canada, and at the same time taste international success. Marty Onrot, an independ- ent concert promoter and manager, can be singled out as one of the major influences on the development of Canada's growing musical status. Single-handed, Onrot began promoting top-rate concerts in Toronto in 1964, presenting fast-rising musicians such as Bob Dylan, Peter, Paul and Mary, Ian and Sylvia and Gordon Lightfoot. He became involved with the Mariposa Folk Festival and dabbled in the group management busi- ness. Here he quickly found him- self "knocking my head against a brick wall" when it came to arousing interest in a talented Canadian singer. Here Are the ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ PART I: 1-in favor of; 2-c; 3-Wendy Cook; 4-a; 5- north of Haiti PART II: 1-b; 2-a; 3-c; 4-e; 5-d PART III: 1-e; 2-a; 3-c; 4-b; 5-d PICTURE QUIZ: Robert Andras LABOR CLUB Corner 2nd Ave. and 13th St. N Weekend Entertainment In The Clubrooms TONIGHT "Gerry" FRIDAY and SATURDAY Feb. 15th and 16th "Anything Goes" Members and Their Invited Guests That singer was Neil Young "who realized, prior to my re- alization, that the only place to go was Los On- rot recalled. Neil Young went on to achieve phenomenal success through Buffalo Springfield, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young and as a solo per- former. Onrot went back to promoting concerts, regret- ting that he hadn't become in- volved, in the U.S. with Young but determined to develop the Canadian market to a point where up-and-coming Canadian talent would stay in Canada. Onrot quickly established himself as Canada's top man in the field of concert promo- tion. He pulled in top billings, presented the concerts artis- tically and "turned on To- ronto." He began commuting to New York, London and Los Angeles making vital contacts in the music business and lin- ing up British and American acts for Canadian appear- ances. But Onrot, a bearded and sharp-eyed 30-year-old, has no illusions as to Canada's poten- tial. The country is essentially "a good training ground, a great place to come back to and live and work in." "But Canada will never ever be able to support a star of any he added. "There are not enough people to support you and not enough places to play. We're on the perimeter here. "With 220 million people to the south of us, it doesn't take a financial wizard to know where we're going to make our money." Nonetheless, Onrot admits he has made "a great deal of money" through his enter- prises in Canada. But the market is limited and he is the first to see that the careers of the artists he manages and his own career may reach a stage where a move to the United States or Britain would be the only logical progression. ORIGINALLY INDIAN Quebec City was originally an Indian community called FRENCH ESTABLISHED Quebec City was first estab- lished as a French community by Samuel de Champlain in 1008. COLUMNER SHEETS INDEX CARDS TRANSFER CASES BINDING CASES CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 3197ft SI. S. PWK3Z7-4S91 FILING FOLDERS OFFICE DESKS FILE CABINETS The Beautiful Quilts Of Nova Scotia Harry Bruce tells how a native Nova Sc otian designer has triggered a tremendous demand for one of our heritage crafts. In Weekend Magazine this Saturday. The Uthbridtie Heraid TONIGHT thru SATURDAY THE ORIENTAL ETTES AT THE INERS' 733 13th St. N. MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY The right taste. The right price. The right rye. TV highlights THURSDAY MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Run For The 6 p.m., Ch. 7. A girl reporter flies to a remote Mexican fishing village searching for an American author and runs into a Nazi hideout. MOVIE DRAMA: "Ryan's 6 p.m., Ch. 9. Robert Mitchum and Sarah Miles in an epic love story set along the Irish coast in 1916. CRIME DRAMA: Columbo, p.m., Ch. 13. The head of a think tank takes drastic measures when a colleague threatens to reveal his son as a plagiarizer. COMEDY: Carol Burnett, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Bernadette Peters and Tun Conway are the scheduled guests. CRIME DRAMA: Ironside, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. A wealthy widow discovers that her son is dead and the daughter she thought was dead is alive. MOVIE MYSTERY: "And No One Could Save 9 p.m., Ch. 7. A TV movie filmed in Ireland about a middle-aged heiress frantically searching for her young husband. CRIME DRAMA: The Streets of San Francisco, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. One of Stone's friends dies in a warehouse fire and he and Keller set out to catch a professional arsonist. MOVIE MELODRAMA: "Majin, Monster of 12 midnight, Ch. 7. A cruel lord who exploits the peasants but the great god of war saves the people and destroys the villain. FRIDAY INTERVIEW: Fred Davis Show, 11 a.m., Ch. 13. Part II of the interview with Joey Smallwood. MOVIE DRAMA: "Sergeant 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A sergeant in the Korean War is convicted by a court-martial and sentenced to hang as a traitor. Film censorship board okays Exorcist showing hi Aberta. Right now EDMONTON (CP) The Film Censorship Board has approved the Exorcist for showing in Alberta and will shortly make a decision on Last Tango in Paris, Horst Schmid, minister of culture, youth and recreation, said Wednesday. The Exorcist will be 'shown under the restricted adult category and advertisements for the movie will contain a warning that some people may find the film, about a girl possessed by the devil, objectionable. The board will review Last Tango in Paris now that the film has survived a legal wrangle in Manitoba, Mr. Schmid said. He said the question of film classification has "sunk low on the ladder of priorities" for cabinet discussion and there js little hope of immediate action on a year-old report recommending the province's film censorship system be replaced by a classification system. New TV drama series by CBC TORONTO (CP) House of Pride, a new CBC television drama series about a contemporary family whose members live in six Canadian cities, will be shown twice- weekly beginning next January, Thorn Benson, director of television enter- tainment programs, said Tuesday. He said in a statement that episodes of the 13-week series will be filmed in Halifax, Mon- treal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Ed- monton and Vancouver. Casting for the characters, who are to be involved in many facets of Canadian life from farming to politics, will take place later. The series is to have 24 characters and actors will be chosen mainly from the regions where production takes place. The chief writer for the series is George Robertson of Toronto, creator-writer of .Quentiir Durgens MP, a CBC drama series shown from 1966 to 1969. OUR HONG KONG FISH ARE HERE! NEONS ........4 to, BLIND CAVES 2 for HEAD AND TAIL OA LIGHT TETRAS. 2 tor B.G.'s PET FISH EMPORIUM 188-8th St. South Phone 328-4362 WEEK-END BUYS Carpet Remnants Approximately 12" x each fy 19 0 Ladies' Pant Tops 100% Polyester, long sleeve, short sleeve, sleeveless 4 Grey Blankets Approximately 56" x 72" x....... 1 47 Men's Shirts 100% nylon solid color. Sizes S.M.LXL Short sleeves 2 97 Bell Cola Tumblers 8-7 or. o laMPWIw Hair Spray Regular, hard to hold, and unscented. 425 gm..... 91 0 0 Broken Oh' Henry Bars 1 Ib. bag 63 PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Televison Stations Any vanajion in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6-00 Buryl Clarke 6-50 Farm News News Cheeline 10.00 Walt Edwards 12.00 John Oliver Farm News News Sports Grain Prices Call of the Land Jack Neufeld News Paul Tessier 12.00 Roy Rennick CJOC 5-00 5.40 600 8-00 THURSDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 Sports Market Report Local News World at Six Jim Parsons Show John Charles Show Kevin McKenna Show Jack Thys Show News, Wthr, Sport 8.35 Phone Bill Show Qord Whitehead Jack Thys Hour of Information News and Gram Prices 1-05 Gord Whitehead 3.05 Jim Parsons CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6.00-9.00 a.m. Dom McMaster 9 00 a m.-3-OO p.m. Concie's Carousel 3 p.m. Don McMaster 6.00-10.00 p.m Del King 10.00-12 Midnight Concerts. Overtures and Encores Midnight Sign Off Monday, Tuesday and Friday, Del King SATURDAY Don McMaster p.m. Del King Concerts, Overtures and Encores Del King 12.00 Concie's Carousel (All Night) SUNDAY a.m a.m. Concerts Overtures and Encores p m Del King 1.00-2.00 p.m. Cast Haus Hour (German Program) p.m. Del King Concerts Overtures and Encores CBR THURSDAY NIGHT 6-00 World at Six 6.30 As It Happens Themes and Variations 10.00 News, Weather, Sports 10.10 From the Capitals 10-15 Five Nights a Week 10-30 Our Friend the Flickers Inner Ear FRIDAY 5-30 Warm-up to Calgary' 12.03 4.05 Eye Opener World at Eight Eye Opener World at Nine Radio Noon Stockmarket School Broadcast Off the Record Max Ferguson BBC News Home Run World at Six ICE RODEO Sponsored by the BOY SCOUTS OF CANADA In Southern Alberta CHUCKWAGON RACES ON ICE SATURDAY, FEB. 16th TABER ICE ARENA Start at p.m. "Join The Pepsi People Living Free' CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cabtovision Ch. 6) THURSDAY NIOHT Hollywood Squares 5.30 News Movie. Run for the Sun 8-00 Carol Burnett Movie: And No One Could Save Her Maude News P.M. Movie: The Monster of Terror FRIDAY 3-00 Pinnochio Secrets of the Kitchen 4.00 7.-00 Farm and City Wizard of Oz Won Giant Uncle Bobby Ed Allen Polka Dot Door New Horizons Canadian Schools Mr. Dress Up Sesame Street Dale Harney Truth or Consequences Let's Make A Deal General Hospital Our Town Take 30 Edge of Night Family Court Drop In Hollywood Squares CFCN-TV ChmiMl 13 (CaWevWon Ch. 4) THURSDAY NIGHT Romper Room This Week N.F.B. A.EC.C. Schools Lifestyle 10-30 Pay Cards Fred Davis Show Beat the Clock Buckshot FUntstones Movie: Sergeant Ryker Somerset 3.-00 Another World What's the Good Word? Anything You Can Do 430 Mod Squad 525 Doctor in the House 535 News 430 555 6-30 IfcOO Anything You Can Do Mod Squad Get Smart News Mystery Movie: Columbo Ironside Kung Fu Streets of San Francisco News Merv Griffin 5-55 Thought of Day University of Air Yoga Canada A.M KRTV QfMt 3 (CabMnritton Ch. THURSDAY MQHT 3OO Joker's Wild News 4-00 News 430 News Monte Ryan's DaugMr 935 News 11495 ToMgM Show 15 545 SaWte 6-00 Today Show 7.-00 Today in Montana Pyramid Gambit 830 Hollywood JSckpol 930 Ba-Se 1040 Jeopardy 1030 As The World Turns 1140 Days o) Our Owes 1130 The Doctors 12.OO Daytime 90 130 Mike Douglas STtow 3OO Joker's Wild 330 News News KFBB Great Channel 5 (CatknrMon Ch, 11) THURSDAY MONT 6'QO Chopper One 930 630 10DO TOO Kung fv 1030 SOT Streets of 11100 San Francisco 1130 9-00 News 930 Movie 1230 The Surnlns Hills 130 FftfOAY 5 55 farm News 230 Captain Kangaroo 3-00 7iOO News 330 S-00 Audrey 630 Jack ItfUrrme 430 9-00 Young ana The Restless 530 Search 'or Tomorrow All My Children Make A Deal Newiywed Game General Hospnal One UfetoUve Love American Style Dinah's Place Three on a Malcti Spilt Second Brady Bunch Password News Truth or Consequences ;