Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friday, February 21, 197S THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 5 TV highlights FRIDAY DOCUMENTARY SPECIAL: Jacques Cousloau, 7 p.m., Ch. II. "The Coral Divers of Corsica" follow Jacques and his crew as they record the wurk of divers for red coral, used for expensive jewelry and sculpture. VARIETY: Smothers Brothers, 8 p.m., Ch. 11. Rona Barrett and George Carlin appear with Tom and Dick. MUSIC: Tommy Hunter, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Tommy Hunter and 'the regulars are joined by singer composer Roy Payne for an .hour of country style music. INTERVIEW: Johnny Carson, p.m., Ch. 9. Scheduled to appear on tonight's program are Cloris Leachman, gui tar duo Los Indios Tabajaras and David Brenner. MUSIC: Midnight Special, 12 midnight, Ch. 9. Steppenwolf 'hosts a program featuring well known pop entertainers. SATURDAY SPECIAL: What's the Middle East all About, 9 a.m., Ch. 9. .Christopher Glenn hosts a young people's guide to the situation in the.Middle East. COMEDY SPECIAL: Imperial Grand Band, p.m., Ch. .11. The member of a rock group inherits a bankrupt resort hotel in a comedy starring Libby Stephens and Jack Creley and featuring the DeFranco Family. PEPSI RADIO AND TV LISTINGS CHEC 1090 Charles to attend king's coronation NEW DELHI (AP) Prince Charles arrived here Thursday for a two-day visit New is 20 min. to the hour and 20 after Farm News i News, Weather, Sports News, Weather, Sports 1 ;00 Grain Prices News, Weallier, Sporls News is 20 Minutes to Lhe Hour and 20 Minules AFIcr CJOC 1220 Friday Nighl Probe 1220 Sporls Market Report SMI Local News World at Six News News, Weather, Sporls News Soccer Results Sporls News Saturday Canada Winter Games Countdown News, Weather, Spo-ls CHEC-FM 100.9 Monday thru Friday Saturday p.m Concie's Carousel Concerts 1 Midnight Concerts, i Overtures and Encores Midnight Sign OH On Monday Ihru Friday Friday NiRhl As It Happens Biindolo's Pandemonium 1 Between Ourselves Music West From the Capitals Five Nighl a Week Major Progression Saturday Sat. Play Back Overtures fir Encores Concie's Carousel (All Night) CBR 1010 Sal. Sports Play Back Sat. Folks Family Favorites Danny Finlkeman Time Signal Inside from Lhe Outside 12; 10 Our Native Land Canada Winter Games Met Opera Music From Ihe Middle Radio Exchange WINTER GAMES SPECIAL! Pepsi-Cola, Diet Pepsi, and Mountain Dew, family size 3 plus deposit 6 tori9" plus deposit Handy 6-pack carriers -OR- 096 Plus deposit per case KRTV 3 CABLE O -KFBBTV5 CABLED O Hollywood Squares Q Password O News (D Truth or Consequences O News CD Let's Make A Deal 0) News O News These are the Days Q Circle Square Q Harlem Globetrotters Q Fat Albert O) Walcrville Gang O Safely Round-Up ID The Imperial Grand Band O My Favorite Martian ID Story Theatre a Wonders a! the Wild Hudson Bros. O Speed Buggy O Movie: International House a Claire Olscn O Chopper Bunch B Buckshot 0 Children's Cinema o Sigmund O) Survival a Changing Time B CBS Sports Canada Winter Games O Jetsons O> Travel 75 Pro Bowlers Tour D Emergency Plus 4 Sport.'; Digest B Wrestling OSlar Trek O Adams Family a Wide World of .Sports a Roller Derby a C.n.C. Curling O Pink Panther O Hun Joe Hun a Bugs Runny Golf Glen Campbell L.A. Special a Outdoor Sportsman Q Friends of Man a Wide World til Sport! O News PRINCE CHARLES to India on his way to Nepal where he will represent his mother, queen Elizabeth, at the coronation of King Birendra. Charles, the Prince of Wales to visit India in 53 years, was received by vice- president B. D. Jatti. Lord Louis Mountbatten, viceroy of India when this former colony became independent from Britain in 1947, and the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester a'ccom- panied the prince. Mountbatten also came with the last Prince of Wales to visit India. That was when Prince Edward toured India in 1921-22. Mountbatten served as an aide to the prince, who later became King Edward VIII and, after his abdication, the Duke of Windsor. VASA LODGE VALENTINE'S DANCE Saturday, Feb. p.m. Scandinavian Hall 229 -12 Street 'C' North Music by VINCEDITRICH and BLUE Members and Guests! GRAND OPENING YORK HOTEL BAR Completely remodelled bar Snack Bar GRAND OPENING February 24th to March 1st With the "NASHVILLE WEST" (Recording Artists From Nashville) ENTERTAINING NIGHTLY HOTEL Lounge ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY LIL LARTER WMAAAAAAT Tavern: TOM md KURT Pta> BMIM INNS' Symphony orchestras face bankruptcy fear By JAMES NELSON OTTAWA (CP) Rising costs and growing inflation raise the spectre of bandrupl- cy for the major symphony orchestras of the country un- less the federal government supports them with more money pledged for a longer period, says a brief submitted to the Canada Council. The brief was presented Jan. 17 and made public yesterday by the orchestras after they felt sufficient time had elapsed for it to be digested fully by council members and staff. In fact, some of the key pledges money, over a longer have been promised by the government. Secretary of State Hugh Faulkner said earlier this month in Van- couver that Canada Council good Cher makes TV rating marks SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre Walt Disney's "HERBIE RIDES AGAIN" jn color. Friday, Saturday, February 21, 22. Friday shows at and p.m. FAMILY. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "MY NAME IS NOBODY" starring Henry Fonda and Terence Hill. Friday and Saturday, February 21, 22. Friday shows at and p.m. ADULT. "THE SONS OF KATIE ELDER" starring John Wayne and Dean Martin. Saturday Matinee February 22. Show at p.m. FAMILY. TABER Tower Theatre "THE GREAT GATSBY" starring Robert Redford and Mia Farrow. Friday, Saturday, February 21 and 22. Shows at and p.m. FAMILY. SATURDAY. MATINEE February 22. "SONS OF KATIE Show at p.m. FAMILY. NEW YORK (AP) Her marriage has ended, but success lingers on for Cher Bono who got high ratings last week for CBS in both a Wednesday special and the start of her own variety series on Sunday. A. C. Nielsen ratings figures Thursday show Cher's special ranked fifth in viewer pop- ularity of all evening shows rated last week, while the start of her Sunday series was ranked 22nd. On the bad news side for CBS, Khan, a new detective series, was in the ratings cellar for its second straight week CBS said Tuesday it is cancelling the series after its Feb. 28 performance and fill- ing the time on March 7 with a nature special. ART EXHIBIT MOSCOW (AP) An of- ficially sanctioned exhibit of non conformist Soviet art opened here to an enthusiastic Show Times FHIOAY, Feb. PARAMOUNT THEATRE: MAN WITH GOLDEN GUN: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN SATURDAY MATINEE: SHANE: ONE COMPLETE SHOW: FAMILY PARAMOUNT CINEMA: DR. ZHIVAGO: ONE COMPLETE SHOW: ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA: Snort Subjects: 9 00 JEREMIAH JOHNSON: LAST COMPLETE SHOW. FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT crowd, undeterred by an ob- scure site, a long wait in the cold and a cordon of security police. The indoor display of 60 works most of them far off the standards of approved socialist realism was the most ambitious public show of its kind since the un- precedented outdoor exhibit in a Moscow park Sept. 29. NEW PACT NEW YORK (AP) The Writers Guild of America East and the three major radio-TV networks came to tentative agreement on a new two year contract yesterday. The contract would raise the pay of news writers at ABC and CBS offices in New York, Washington, Chicago and Los Angeles about 18 per cent from the present weekly plus experience and editor fees for radio and TV work. Promotion and continuity writers at the three networks affecting only TV in the case of NBC would get increases of about 16 per cent. FILM PIRACY NEW YORK man said to be a "chief operator" in the expanding film piracy network was arrested yester- day after he allegedly sold a cassette of Claudine to an un- dercover policeman for Police said they raid- ed Sol Winker's Pisconic Productions office in Broadway and found more than 500 allegedly illegal master copies of movies, including: The Godfather, Planet of the Apes, and Deep Throat. grants would be increased, and the council would begin discussing three-year budgets with the major performing arts organizations. The brief was presented on behalf of the orchestras of Quebec, Montreal, Toronto, Hamilton, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, and Vancouver, and the Atlantic Symphony based in Halifax. Most complaints centred on the Canada Council's freezing of grants to major performing arts organizations last year. Mr. F'aulkner announced that in the new fiscal year, starting April 1, council grants will be increased 38 per cent. An official of the council said Wednesday that the increased funds will be dis- tributed among all perform- ing arts groups, including the orchestras, but with extra funds going to live theatre. Symphony orchestras are expensive operations, but nearly all the expense is fees paid to musicians, since little is spent on backstage help and virtually nothing on sets, costumes and lighting during a performance. The brief noted that an or- chestra may employ 130 peo- ple or more directly, and money earned by them is returned to the community in their daily living purchases of goods and services. "It is a fact that no orchestra can exist on ticket revenue the brief said. Lemmon marks birthday Actor Jack Lemmon is hugged by actress Shir- ley MacLaine during cele- brations of his 50th bir- thday yesterday at a luncheon in New York's Hotel Plaza. At right is actress Maureen Staple- ton. paramount MULT NUT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN liil Battle for begins LOS ANGELES (AP) The Oscar race shifts into high gear Monday with the release of nominations for the 47th awards of the Academy of Mo- tion Picture Arts and Sciences. All active members of the Academy are eligible to vote for the best picture nominees; actors, directors, writers et cetera, nominate in their own categories. Final winners will be dis- closed at the awards telecast April 8. paramount cinema TONIGHT and SAT. One Complete Show at p.m. 1 WINNER OF 6 ACADEMY AWARDS ADULT- paramount SHEET MUSIC ind BOOKS MUSICLAND COLLEGE MALL Phoiw 321-3894 SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY One Show at p.m. Doors open p.m, There never was a man like MEIRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER PRESENTS AMLOTONIIRRODUCTION DAVID LEAN'S FILM OF BORIS WSTERNAKS DOCTOR IN MNAVISION1 AND METAOCMM FINAL MATINEt SAT. it P.M college cinema THIS WEEKEND at the LEGION Friday: Cabaret "METROS" Vimy Lounge "SOUTHERN COMFORT" Saturday: Cabaret "THE LAMPLIGHTERS' Vimy Lounge "SOUTHERN COMFORT" ____________MEMBERS AND INVITED QUESTS AL-AN L-ADQ- JEAN ARTHUR -VAN HEFLJN STEVENS1 BRANDON WILDE JACK PALANCC SEATS TONIGHT md SAT. at and p.m. FAMILY .'Jeremiah Johnson" The man who became a legend.1 iThe film destined to be a classic!