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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-07,Lethbridge, Alberta Veteran news editor dies ‘TUCSON, Aril. UP)-Earl J, Johnson, who guided the •wi coverage of the United mw and United Press Inter-Mtknal for 90 years as vice- president and editor, died today at his home near here. Johnson, 73, retired in 1966. His health bad declined since a recent stroke. PEPSI COLA’S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS ^ ’ otj r <ip\s    hated by I he HfWiio mid Televifton Lj|.»hon* Any vafratiori m f>royr<*m scf'vdulf \s * .,■ .4Hi ,Tlu>uTe chynyyy by thti at^nons dnd ¡a not H’*1 f efipondibiJ»ty Ol T ht Lelhbndge Herald CHftC MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 DO Buryi Clarke 6    SO Farm News 7    30 News. Wthr , Sports =) 00 Cheeime 10 00 Walt Edwards IS 00 John Oliver 12 30 News, Wthr , Sports 1 00 Qram Pnces i oí Can of the Land 3 00 Jack Neufetd 5 00 News, Wthr, Sports 7 00 Paul Tessier 12 00 Roy Renmck CJOC MONDAY 5 25 Sports 5    SO Local News 6    00 World at Si* 6 36 Jim Parsons Show 8 00 John Charles Show 12*30 Kevin McKenna Show TUESDAY 6 00 CBC News € O') Jack Thys Show a 35 Phone Bill Show 10    00 Gord Whitehead & Ask The Doctor 11    00 Jack Thys Show 12    00 Hour o( Information 1 00 News and Gram Prices 1 05 Gord Whitehead Show 3 OS Jim Parsons Show 5 00 News 5 25 Sports 5 40 Market Report 5 50 Local News CHBC-FM 100.» MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6am.l2 noon Don McMa&ter 12 noon 6 pm Dell-0 6 p m -10 p m Don Hedman 10 pm -12 midnight Concerts Overtures and Encores (Dot, Cor-.cie) SATURDAY 6am 12 noon Don McMaster 12 rtoon 6pm Don Hedman 6 p m -1 am Dell-0 SUNDAYS 6 a in -1 pm Concerts Overtures and Encores (Bob Concio) 1-2 pm The Gasthaus Hour (German program) 2 6pm Don Hedman 5pm -12 midnight Concerts Overtures and Encores {Bob Concie) CBH MONDAY 6 30 As It Happens 8 03 Music lor Our People 8 30 Identities 10 00 News Weather Sports 10 10 Oance Party TUESDAY 930 Warmup 605 Eye Opener 8 00 World at Eight 6 10 9 00 9 13 12 03 1    55 £03 2    30 3    30 400 4    05 6 00 Eye Opener The World at Nine Country Radio Noon Slock Market School Broadcast Off the Record Max Ferguson BBC News Home Run World at Six *1,000 WINNER Pictured above from teft to right are Mr. Stu Creighton sales manager of Chinook Beverages limited, Mrs. Q. Daktor and George Daktor of 32712th St S. E., Medicine Hat, and Mr Peter Enns, qeneral manager of Chinook Beverages Limited Although Mrs. Daktor seems to have the firmer grip on the cheque, it was George who was the lucky holder of a $1,000 “POKER CAPS II" hand. Congratulations and a posperous new year George, from Pepsi Cola. Channel 9 and 11 subject to one hour time difference CJOC-TV Channel 7 MONDAY 5 00 Hollywood Squares 5    30 CJOC News 6    00 Lawrence Welk 7    00 Going Places 7    30 Shrine Bingo 9 00 Partridge Family 8    30 Movie Rowdy Man 10    00 Kohoutek 11    00 CJOC News 11    20 PM 12    00 Movie Formula Cl2/Beirut TUESDAY 6 00. Pmnoemo 6    30 Secrets of the Kitchen 7    00 Farm and City Today 7 15 Wiiard ol Oz (CaMcvlslon Ch. 6) 7    30 Mon Ami/Friendly Giant 8    00 Uncle Bobby S 30 Ed Allen 9    00 Second Look 9 30 New Horizons 10 00 Canadian Schools 10    30 Mr Dressup 11    00 Sesame Street 12    00 Splderman 12 30 Truth or Consequences 1 00 Lets Make a Deal 1    30 General Hospital 2    00 Our Town 2    30 Klara s Korner 3    00 Take Thirty 3    30 Edge of Night 4    00 Family Court 4    30 Close to Earth 5    30 Hollywood Squares CPCN-TV Ltthbrldg* Channel 13 (CaMavislon Ch. 4) MONDAY 4    30 Mod Squad 5    30 Doctor in the House 5    55 News 6    30 Girt with something Extra 7    00 The Magician ft O0 Rookies 9 00 Medical Centre 10 00 Pig n Whistle 10    30 On the Buses 11    oo News 11 20 News 1200 Merv Grllfln Show TUESDAY 5    55 Thought for the Day 6    00 University of the Air 6 30 Yoga 7    00 8    30 9    00 9 15 9 30 10 00 10    30 11    00 11    30 12    00 12 30 1 00 2    30 3    00 3    30 4    00 4    30 5    30 5 55 Canada A M Romper Room This Week Parlons Français Polka Dot Door Life Style Pay Cards Fred Davis Show Seat the Clock Buckshot The Flmtstones Movie The Jokers Somerset    * Another World What s the Good Word’ Anything You Can Do Mod Squad Get Smart News KRTV Qreat Falla Channel 3 (Cablavlaian Ch. S) MONDAY 5 00 News 5    30 News A00 Q unsmoke 7 00 Movie The Defiant Ones 900 Medicai\Centre 1000 News 10 30 Tonight Show TUESDAY 615 Understanding Our World 6    45 Salule to Agriculture 7    00 Today Show 100 Today in Montana 8    30 Pyramid 9    00 Gambit 9 30 10 00 10 30 10    55 11    00 11    30 1200 12    30 1 00 1    30 2    00 2 30 400 4    30 5    00 5 30 Hollywood Squares Bank O Jeopardy News Price is Right As the World Turns Days of Our Lives The Doctors Another World Match Game Secret Strom Mike Douglas Jokers Wild News News News KPM Oreat PaM* Channel 9 (CaMmMon Ch. 11) MONOAV    9 30 5 00 Password    10 00 5    30 TV-Five News    10 30 6    00 Newt    11 00 6    30 Truth or Consequences    ■ 1 30 7    00 The Rookies    12 00 S M Movie F Seott Fitzgerald    12 30 and dm lm «f Ttw SaHM,    i oo 10.00 N*w*    1 30 10 H Movte Bang, Bang    2 00 You're Dead    2 30 TVtSOAT    3 00 ft 55 Farm News    3 30 7 00 Captain Kangaroo    4 00 M0 mm    A 30 »0» Audrey    5 00 Jack LaLanne Young and the Restless Search for Tomorrow All My Children Lets Make a Deal Newlywed Game News Qeneral Hospital One Lile to Live Love, American Style All My Children Three on a Match Girl in My life Split Second Brady Bunch Pumard TV highlights MONDAY EDITOR’S NOTE - Viewers are reminded that the United States has gone back to Daylight Saying Time as an energy crisis move aad as a result American programs «ill be seen an boor earlier. • • * * • MUSIC: Lawrence Welk, I p.m., Ch. 7. A special program featuring a selection of all-time movie theme song hits. MOVIE DRAMA: “The Rowdymau,” 8:31 p.m., Ch. 1. The story of a carefree bachelor whose immaturity provokes a tragic accident. DOCTOR DRAMA: Medical Centre, • p.m., Ch. 13. The story of an arrogant young resident who refuses to submit to authority and the wealthy, pampered patient who becomes bis champion. DOCUMENTARY: “A Comet’* Tale.” 16 o.m.. Ch. 7. A study of comets as the time arrives for the sighting of the newcomer Kohoutek. Dr. Lubos Kohoutek talks about his discovery last March at the Hamburg Observatory in West Germany. MOVIE ADVENTURE: “Formula C-12/Beimt,” 1* midnight, Ch. 7. Terror and intrigue in modem Beirut as an unknown force seeks to destroy the city. TUESDAY MOVIE COMEDY: “The Jokers,” 1 p.m., Ch. 13. The crown jewels of England are the target of two bomMiappy brothers. Soccer scores ENGLISH FA CUP Third Round Aston Villa 3 Chester 1 . Birmingham $ Cardiff 2 Bristol C 1 Hull 1 Carlisle 0 Sunderland 0 Chelsea 0 Queen’s Pr 0 Crystal P 0 Wrexham 2 Derby 0 Boston 0 Everton 3 Blackburn 0 Fulham 1 Preston 0 Grantham 0 Middlesbrough 2 Grimsby 0 Burnley 2 Ipswich 3 Sheffield U 2 Leicester 1 Tottenham 0 Liverpool 2 Doncaster 2 Man United 1 Plymouth 0 Millwall 1 Scunthorpe 1 Newcastle 1 Hendon 1 Norwich 0 Arsenal 1 Orient 2 Bournemouth 1 Oxford 2 Man City 5 Peterborough 2 Southend 1 Port Vale 1 Luton 1 Portsmouth 3 Swindon 3 Sheffield W 0 Coventry 0 Southampton 2 Blackpool 1 West Brom 4 Notts C 0 West Ham 1 Hereford 1 Wolverhampton 1 Leeds 1 ENGLISH LEAGUE Division III Chesterfield 0 Aldershot o Shrewsbury 0 Halifax 2 Southport 1 Watford 1 DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic Strile S—304 5th SL S. Ph. 327*7144 Lethbridge York 2 Rochdale 1 Division IV Brentford 0 Swansea 2 Colchester 4 Lincoln 1 Gillingham 1 Barnsley 1 Reading 2 Crewe 0 Stockport 0 Exeter 1 Torquay Q Darlington a Workington 3 Newport 2 Hartlepool 1 Northampton 0 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Aberdeen 0 St. Johnstone 1 Arbroath 3 Dunfermline 1 Ayr 0 Dumbarton 1 Celtic 1 Rangers 0 , Dundee U 1 Dundee 2 East Fife 0 Hibernian 3 Falkirk 3 Clyde 0 -Hearts 2 Motherwell 0 Partick 0 Morton 0 Division II Airdrieonians 3 Stirling 0 Montrose 0 Kilmarnock 2 St. Mirren 0 Raith 0 Berwick 1 E Stirling 1 SCOTTISH FA CUP Second Round Brechin 5 Stenhousemuir 1 Cowdenbeath 4 Fraserburgh 1 Ferranti 1 Strollers 0 Inverness 1 Clydebank 1 Queen of S 1 Albion 0 Queen's Pk 6 Hawick 1 Ross 1 Forfar 2 Stranraer 1 Alloa 0 IRISH LEAGUE Ards 0 Fortadown 1 Cliftonville 2 Glen to ran 1 Glenavon 1 Crusaders 3 Linfietd 1 Bangor 1 SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSON—Mayfair Theatre "NICHOLAS AND ALEXANDRA”—Academy award winner in color. Starring Michael Jayston and Janet Suzman. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, January 7, 8 and 9. Monday show at 8:15 p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD—Empress Theatre "FEAR IN THE KEY”—in color Starring Barry Newman. Monday and Tuesday, January 7 and 8 Monday show at 8 00 p.m. Adult—not suitable for children. FINCHER CREEK—Fox Theatre “EMPEROR OF THE NORTH”—m color Starring Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnme and Keith Carradine. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, January 7, 8 and 9 Monday show at 8.15 p.m. Adult—not suitable for children TABER—Tower Theatre "THE DAUGHTER" Plus "THE STEWARDESSES" Special Double Feature, Monday and Tuesday, January 7 and 8 Monday one complete show at 8 00 p.m RESTRlCED ADULT. Community Services Department City Ol Lethbridge MEN’S GYM & SWIM PROGRAM Civic Sports Centre Complex 11th Street * 5th Avenue South The program will consists of moderate physical exercise and recreational games in the gym, followed by a refreshing swim in the Fritz Sick Pool. WHEN' REGISTRATION FEES Wednesday evening from 7.00 — 9:30 p.m. January 9 - February 20, 1974 and February 27 - April 10, 1974 14 Sessions All gentlemen interested in taking part may register in gym no.1 of the Civic Sports Centre on opening night - Wednesday, January 9, 1974 starting at 6-30 p.m. Running shoes, gym shorts, T-shirt, a bathing suit and towel are the recommended equipment items $5 00 for 7 sessions $J0 00 for 14 sessions For further information, coniact the Community Services Dept.’s Office at 326-2341, Local 2S6. SCALPERS’ HAVING FIELD DAY TORONTO (CP) - Boh Dylan, figure head of modern folk music movement, arrives here next week to perform three concerts in Canada—two in Toronto and one in Montreal—as part of his first tour since MMS. In Toronto, 38,000 seats for a plan’s two-night stand at aple Leaf Gardens were sold out more than a month ago. Scalpers are expected to sell f8-front-seat tickets for more than $100 (Hi the eve of the Toronto concerts Jan. 9 and 10. The tour opened Thursday in Chicago where more than 10,000 fans crammed Chicago Stadium. Promoters say as many as six million requests for the 658,000 seats available (hi the six-week 21-city tour have been received. The tour closes in Los Angeles Feb. 4. Dylan, who has made only rare appearances since a serious motorcycle accident eight years ago, is expected to play on the tour several of the songs which made him famous during the early 1960s. In Chicago, fans erupted into applause when, after the interval, he appeared on stage and, accompanying himself on acoustic guitar, sang The Times They Are A-Cbanging, one of his greatest hits. Throughout the tour, Dylan, 32, will be backed by The Band, the renown five-man Toronto group which played on several Dylan albums during the mid-1960s and accompanied him on his last tour in 1966. Dylan’s last appearance in public was in 1971 at the Bangladesh ooncerot organized by ex-Beatle George Harrison in New York. He also appeared at the Isle of Wight root music festival off the south coast of England in 1970. One source dose to Dylan said the reason for the tour was Dylan's desire to justify himself in public following critical reviews of his albums since 1970. They gave Miss Joan Winwood, Lethbridge...........5 00 Julia and Kenneth Harvie, Taber .................5.00 Robert, Debbie, Rosemarie, Manlou Wiebe .. .. 9.00 Anonymous, Taber ____10.00 K. Poelma, Grassy Lake 10.00 Eric and Mae Himel, Vaux- hall ....... 10.00 Anonymous, Lethbridge 15.31 The Majchrzak Family, Coaldale..... 20 00 First Baptist Church Choir, Lethbridge .......25 00 Ronald L Davis, Cowley25.00 H F Davis. Cowley .. 50 00 Tout.............$ 184.31 Total To-Date.....¿25,849.38 Show Times PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects 2 15 7 00 9 05 OPTIMISTS 2 30 7 15 9 25 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 05 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 7 15 9 30 AMERICAN GRAFFITI 7 4010 00 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 30 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects 7 00 9 OS EXECUTIVE ACTION 7 35 9 40 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 05 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT MOTH INFECTS TREES Foresters say the tussock moth infected and damaged nearly 700,000 acres of Douglas fir in 1973 Monday, January 7,1t74 — THI LCTHSMDOI HUIALO — 7 Grumpy Gordon Sinclair on U.S. hit parade By MARY CAMPBELL NEW YORK (AP) - A three-minute recording called Americans, spoken, not sung, and written by a 73*year-old Canadian in praise of his neighbors to the south, is proving to be balm to the spirits of some United States citizens. Two million of those citizens'had bought it by Wednesday, its 16th day of release, putting it at No. 14 on the best-selling chart, which usually is a listing of rock records. The recording puts its premise on the line in the first sentence: "Americans, this Canadian thinks it’s time to speak up for the Americans, the most generous and probably the least-appreciated people in all the earth.” It was written in early 1973 as an editorial by Gordon Sinclair, 73, owner of radio station CFRB in Toronto. Reprinted in newspapers through the year, it was read Dec. 2 on station CKLW, which beams across the border from Windsor into Detroit, by Byron MacGregor, 25, also a Canadian. SET TO MUSIC While he played Paul Simon’s Bridge Over Troubled Water, MacGregor read Sinclair’s words written the spring before.They included: “I can name you 5,000 times when the Americans raced to the help of other people in trouble. Can you name me even one time when someone else raced to the Americans in trouble? 1 don’t think there was outside help even during the San Francisco earthquake.” The essay also says countries which once received Marshall Plan aid have newspapers “writing about the decadent, warmongering Americans.” A later reference says: “Our neighbors have faced it alone and I’m damned tired of hearing them be kicked around. They’ll come out of this thing with the flag high and when they do, they are en titled to thumb their nose over the lands that are gloating over Jhe present troubles.” The day that MacGregor read Americans, his radio station received 3,900 phone calls of approval. SOON ON MARKET Armen Boladian, head of Detroit’s only record company, Westbound, decided to make a recording. An arrangement of America the Beautiful, a song in the public domain, was made and played by members of the Detroit Symphony. JrfL DINE AND ~ DANCE LOUNGE 'SUDS HOTEL * Red Coach Lounge Maurice Trockstad Fri., Sat., for Your Limtemng Pleasure Cornar 4th A*», and 7th St S. Phon# 327-31 »1 # The Pizza Pi I # izza j'iace 329 - 5th Street S., Phone 329-3434 Enjoy Our Scrumptuous mmm Enjoy Them 3 Ways! •    EAT HERE •    TAKE-OUT •    HOME DELIVERY or our famous. Spaghetti and Meat Balls Anytime! We Deliver! ■OPEN HOURS:* Monday to Thursday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. ^^undj2||J2JjiooM^^*jdnlgh^^ 329 - 5th streets. Phone 329-3434 FAMILY paramount TONITE thru WED. Malin« Tatt. Only 2:15 p.a. Evi. it 7:00-9:10 p.m. Meet Sam, the wonder man. LIONEL o< .♦ «utr PETER SEILERS Ait ol    cal «ni Afleei» THE OPTIMISTS It was the time of makirï out and cruisin ADULT paramount cinema NOW SHOWING THRU THURS. At 7:15-9:25 p.m. ADULT college cinema TONITE and TUES. At 7:00-9:10 p.m. BUT UUMMTER UHrim mu HEB PUBLIC SWIMMING, SKATING ind MUSEUM SCHEDULE FACILITY Tub., Jan. 8 Will., Jin. 9 Thurs.. Jan. 10 Fri.. Jin. 11 Sal.. Jm. 12 Sin.. Jin. IS Mm.. Jan. 14 FRITZ SICK POOL Noon Swim (Adults Only) 12 00-1 00 p m FREE Public Swim 2 00-4 00 pm NOON SWIM (ADULTS ONLY) 12 00-1 00 pm Public Swim 7 30-9 30 p m NOON SWIM (AOULTS ONLY) 12 00-1 00 D m NOON SWIM (ADULTS ONLY) 12 00-1 00 0 m PUBLIC SWIM 7 30-9 30 p iri Public Swim 1 00-5 00 p m Public Swim 1 00-5 00 p m Family Swim 6 00-8 00 p m Noon Ttvirn 1 Ifilllt only1 12 00-1 00 pm HÍIIKIMM PMK NX FREE Public Skating S 00-4 SO pm Public Skating 7 00-9 00 p m Public 2 00-4 00 p m Free Public Skating 4 00-5 30 p m me in CENTN FREE Public Skating 1 00-3 00 pm - FREE PUBLIC SKATING „ 4 00-5 30 p m Public Skating 8 00-10 00 pm Beginners Skating ’1 00-2 30 pm Public Skating 3 00-5 00 p m MMDS PMK ice cornu FREE Public Skating 2 00-4 00 p m 8egmner$ Skatmc 6 30 8 00 p m Mothers and Pre-Schoolers FREE Skate 10 00-12 00 noon Public Skating 7 00-9 OO p no Public Skating 2 00-4 00 p m Beginners Skating 1 00-2 00 p m Public Skating 3 00-$ 00 p m Family Skating fi 00-7 30 p m NUEXMKR MLT RMHN 1 00-4 30 p m 1 00-4 30 p PI 1 00-4 30 p m 1 00 4.30 D m CLOSED 100-5 00 p m 1 00-4 30 p m ;