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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-15,Lethbridge, Alberta TiMMtey, January IS, 1 #74—THE LEtHBMOOC MIRALO—7 Preiley outpoints Beatles HOLLYWOOD (Reuter) -A new book of pop music statistic* i«y* Elvis Freatey is the most popular recording artist over the last 18 years, outpointing the Beatles by nearly two to one. The points were awarded on the number of weeks each artist was on the weekly chart of best-selling singles published in Billboard Magazine, a leading organ of the recording industry. Elvis had 1,790 points and the Beatles 960.Book on Stalinist repression PEPSI COLA’S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Pr iHjf .1 m*t nre hntec) t.)y tht- Hjdiu tind lelt-ison Sîdliun«! Any tjriHhon in pioytdn' '-.chüdule is due to l.isl nmutf i:hrfriyea by the slHliuns ;inO .s noi 1ht-: rr:,[JOilî,it:iht> o( TM* L y 11 ' b r I ri y e H (if Hid CHIC MONDAY thru FWDAY 6 00 Buryi Clarke 6    50 Farm News 7    30 News. Wthr. Sport 9 00 Checline 10 00 Watt Edwards 12 00 John Oliver S00 Probe 1220 6 DO World at Six 6 35 Jim Parsons Show a 00 John Charles 12 30 Kevin McKenna Show WEDNESDAY 6 00 CBC News 6    OS Jack Thys 7    50 News, Weather and Sports 8    35 Phone Bill Show 12 30 News 1 00 Grain Prices 1 01 Call of the Land 3 00 Jack Neufeld 5 DO News. Wtht, Sports 7 00 Paul Tessler 12 00 Roy Rennick cjoe 10    35 11    00 13 00 1 00 1 05 3 05 500 5 25 5 40 5 50 600 Gord Whitehead Jack Thys Hour ol Information News and Grain Prices Gord Whitehead Jim Parsons Probe 1220 Spirts Market Report Local News World t Six CHIC-PM 100.« MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6am -12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon -6pm Dell-0 6pm - 10 p m Don Hedman 10 p m. - 12 Midnight Concerts Overtures (Bob Concie) SATURDAY Cam >12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon -6pm Don Hedman 6pm -1am Dell-0 SUNDAYS 6am -1pm Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Conci) 1-2    pin The Gasthaus (German program} 2-6    p m Don Hedman 6pm - 12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) CBR TUESDAY NIGHT 7 00 As It Happens 6 10 Tuesday Night 1000 News 10 10 From the Capitals 10 15 Five Nights A Week 10    30 Dr Sunddas Pandemonium 11    03 Ruperslnce Rock Slide WEDNESDAY MORNING 5    30 Warm-Ups 6    05 Calgary Eye Opener 5    00 World at Eight 0    10 Eye Opener 9 00 World at Nine 9    13 This Country 10    59 Time Signal 12 03 Radio Noon 1    55 Stock Market 2    03 School Broadcast 2    30 Otf the flecord 3    30 Max Ferguson 4    00 BBC News 4 05 Home Hun 6    00 World at Six Pictured abov* left to right art the individual and team performance trophy winner* at tha conclusion of the Lethbridge and District minor aoceer 1973 season, Dec. 16th, 1973. Beck row left to right, Jim Lefflngwell, Pat Pyna, Mike Foster and Brad Peake. Front Row left to right, Georg« Journoud, Al Van De Beek Jr., Mike Gregus, and Brian Zook. CJOC-TV Channel 7 fCaMavlslon Ch. 6| TV highlight« EDITOR’S NOTE: For Canadians who buy TV Guide, the times listed in this week’s Issue for U.S. Programs are in error. Instead of taking one hour off for Daylight Saving Time an extra hour has been added. Canadian viewers should cut two hours off listed times on all programs seen on Channels 9 and 11, Great Falls. TUESDAY CRIME DRAMA: Hawaii Five-O, •:» p.m., Ch. 11A young man is an eye-witness to a murder then becomes the target of the assassin. CRIME DRAMA: Banacek, 7:31 p.m., Ch. 13. A Greek treasure that disappears from a museum gallery full of flabbergasted onlookers is the basis for this story. COMEDY: Mary Tyler Moore, 8 p.m., Cl. 7. Mary and Rhoda plan to produce an intelligent discussion show and run into TV beueaucracy. CRIME DRAMA: Police Story, 8:» p.m., Ch. 7. A two-part sequel to the original Police Story movie pilot starring Vic Morrow. MOVIE DRAMA: “Fireball SOU”, 12 midnight, Ch. 7. This story tells of youthful stock - car racers who become involved in the capture of a murderous moonshiner.    ' INTERVIEW: Merv Griffin, 1Z midnight, Ch. 13. Singers from the Big Band era are featured with guests Rosemary Clooney, Helen O’Connell, Kay Starr and Fran Warren. WEDNESDAY INTERVIEW: Fred Davfe Show, 11 a.m., Ch. 13. Acupuncture is dealt with in this first of two parts. MOVIE WESTERN: “The Over-the-Hill Gang Rides Again”, 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A group of retired Texas Rangers get together to rescue an old comrade who has become a down and out drunk. TONIGHT “BARNEY AND THE BEER NUTS” AT THE MINERS’ 733-13th St. N. Members and Invited Guests Only SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON - Mayfair Theatre "DELIVERANCE” in Technicolor. Starring Jon Voight and Burt Reynolds. Tuesday and Wednesday, January 15 and 16. Tuesday show at 8:15 p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT    ■ - - FORT MACLEOD — Empress Theatre "AVANTI” m color. Tuesday, January 15 show at 8.00 p m ADULT, NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. PINCHER CREEK — Fox Theatre "ULZANA'S RAID" in Technicolor. Starring Burt Lancaster. Tuesday and Wednesday, January 15 and 16. Tuesday show at 8:15 p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT TABER — Tower Theatre “EL CONDOR” in color Starring James Brown and Lee Van Cleef. Tuesday and Wednesday, January 15 and 16. Tuesday shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. Soviets bide time against author TUESDAY NIGHT 5 00    Hollywood Squares 5    30    News 6    00    Emergency 7    00    Bob Newhart 7    30    Trudeau Press Conference 8    00    Mary Tyler Moore S 30    Police Story 9    30    Front Page Challenge 10 00    Up Canada 10    30    Some Honorable Member 11    "00    News 11    20    PM 12    00    Movie Fireball 500 WEDNESDAY 6 00 Plnnochlo 6    30 Secrets of the Kitchen 7    00 Farm and City CFCN-TV UthbHdg* Chamnal 1* (CaM*vision Ch. 4) 7 15 Wiiard of Oz 7    'iO Mon Ami/Fnendly Giant 8    00 Uncle Bobby 8    30 Ed Allen 9    00 One Million Children 9 30 New Horizons 10 0O western Schools 10    30 Mr Dress Up 11    oo Sesame Street 12    00 Dale Harney Show 12 3D Truth or Consequences 1 00 Let s Make A Deal 1    30 General Hospnal 2    00 Our Town 3    00 Take 30 3    30 Edge of Night 4    00 Family Court 4 30 Drop In TUESDAY NIGHT 5 55 News 6    30 Hawaii Five-0 7    30 Mystery Movie 9 00 Marcus Wei by 10    00 Koiak 11    00 Mews 11    20 News 12    00 Merv Griffin WEDNESDAY 5    55 Thought lor the Day 6    00 University lor the Day 6    30 Yoga 7    00 Canada A M 8    30 Romper Room 9    00 This Week 9 15 Parlons Francais 9 30 Polka Dot Door 10 00 Lifestyle 10    30 Pay Cards 11    00 Fred Davis Show 11    30 Beat the Clock 12    00 Buckshot 12 30 Fimtstones 1    00 Movie The Over the Hill Gang 2    30 Somerset 3    00 Another World 3    30 What s the Good Word 4    00 Anything You Can Do 4    30 Mod Squad 5    30 Hogan s Heroes 6    00 News WtOWCMAY 5    55 Farm N*WS 6    00 Captain Kangaroo 7    00 mm 8    00 Audrey 830 900 930 io oo 10    30 11    00 11    30 1200 12    30 1 00 1 30 200 230 300 400 Jack LaLanne Young and flealless Search for Tomorrow All My Children Let s Make a Deal Nawlywed Game General Hospital One Life to Live Love American Style Dinah s Place Three oi a Match Girl in My Life Put Hamermans After You Password AN ANALYSES By HEDRICK SMITH New York Times Service MOSCOW — The conviction is growing among Soviet dissidents ana western diplomats here that for the present the Soviet authorities do not plan to take direct action against Aleksandr I, Solzhenitsyn or his western publishers for printing “The Gulag Archipelago, 1918-1956.” In the two weeks since the book appeared in Paris on Dec. 28, the Soviet press reaction to the documentary work on Stalinist repression has been relatively low-key and there has been no official statement whatsoever. CONCERNED Solzhenitsyn himself, who was reportedly a bit concerned about what would happen after the book appeared, let it be known indirectly over the weekend that he now considers his arrest and triai unlikely and thinks the authorities are confused about how to react. The principal deterrent to any sharp reprisal, in the view of western diplomats, is the scheduled reopening Tuesday in Geneva of the preparatory round for the European Security Conference. “If they arrest Solzhenitsyn or try to take his western publishers to court just as the Geneva talks are getting under way again, it will spoil the Soviet effort to promote the European security conference,” a western European diplomat observed. “It would support those who have been saying privately that it will not have any practical meaning if the Soviets do finally put their signature to nice-sounding phrases about the future of Europe and about freer exchanges of people and ideas, which the west wants.” In dealing with Solzhenitsyn’s book, “The Gulag Archipelago, 1916-1956,” the Soviet tactic seems to be to carry the propaganda argument against the book mainly abroad while it tries to counter the impact of foreign radio broadcasts at home. 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Phone 329-3434 KRTV Oraat Fall« Channal 3 (CaMwhlim Ch. 8) TUESDAY NIOHT    9 00 Bartk-0 5 00 Maud«    9 30 Jeopardy 5    30 Sanlord & Son    9 55 News 6    00 Mash    10 00 Price is Right 6 30 NBA Basketball    10 30    As the World Turns 9 00 News    11 00    Days of Our Lives 9 30 Tonight Show    11 30    The Doctors    , 12 00    Another World ' WEDNESDAY    12 30    New Match Game 5 15 Our World    1 00 Secret Storm 5    45 Salute Agriculture    ! 30 Mike Douglas 6    00 Today Show    3 00 Joker s Wild 7    00 JOker S Wild    3 30 News 7    30 Pyramid    4 00 NBC Nightly News A 00 Gambit    4 30 News 8    30 Hollywood Squares Krae Oraat PaHa    Channal S (CaMavMon Clt. 11) TUttDAY NIOHT 4    30 News 5    00 News 5    30 Truth or Consequences 6    OO Happy Days 6 30 Movie Mrs Sundanc* 8    00 Marcus Welby 9    00 News 9 30 Movte The Next voice You Hear “PAINTER" in concert CJQC proudly presents in person • Plus ... 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Friends of the novelist, a Nobel laureate, and foreign specialists on Soviet affairs interpreted this as an indication that no legal action was planned, at least while domestic reaction was being gauged. Moreover, though neither the Soviet press or television has carried a daily attack on Solzhenitsyn for several days, there has been nothing to compare with the emotional press campaign last fall against Andrei 0. Sakharov, the dissident atomic physicist, who had criticized the policy of detente. Indeed, western reaction to that campaign may have deterred a repetition. Not until last Friday did Soviet newspapers offer a comment of their own, though television commentators have been more outspoken. The press here has largely chosen to reprint excerpts and summaries from attacks on Solzhenitsyn in Communist newspapers in Czechoslovakia, Buleaira, West Germany, East Germany and the United States. Today Pravda reprinted the comment of the Daily World of New York as the first sampling of American opinion SERIES RETURNS The National Film Board’s penetraing series on Quebec, Adieu Alouette, will be repeated in nine segments this year over the CBC network for Soviet readers: “The United States fought on the wrong side in World War II This is the only conclusion to be drawn from Solzhenitsyn’s latest putrid stew, dished out to the public by the New York Times as a gourmet revelation.” The Times tirinted segments of the book ast month. Zhukov's program and the other radio and television commentaries have been considerably more substantive because the main source of information about the book, which does not appear to be circulating here, has been western broadcasts As for popular Soviet reaction. Zhukov showed foreign correspondents letters that he said came from Soviet citizens and that voiced patriotic sentiments and denounced both Solzhenitsyn and Sakharov. But he indicated that even in a country where officially inspired letters are common, the issue of the dissidents had occasioned only a few hundred letters out of tens of thousands. Chinese paper resumes attack on West music PEKING (Reuter) -China’s leading newspaper, The People’s Daily, has resurrected the attack on Western classical music, which reappared here only last year after years of official disapproval. The paper describes the Western classics as “bourgeois” and lacking in “class content" and suggests that they will never gain wide acceptance in China. The article appears to signal a retreat from the more tolerant approach evident since last year, when Western orchestras gave concerts here for the first time since the Communists came to power in 1949. Chinese leaders attended performances by the London Symphony, the Vienna Philharmonic and Philadelphia orchestras Western classical music was in the repertoires of Chinese orchestras before the cultural revolution of 196&-S9 but disappeared as long-dead Western composers began to be denounced by name. The magazine China Pictorial carries a photograph of Chiang Cfung, Chairman Mao Tsetung’s wife and China’s cultural overlord, posing with the Philadelphia orchestra during its visit to Peking in September This coincidence may indicate that the views expressed m The People’s Daily represent a recent change of policy, since material for Chinese magazines is prepared several weeks in advance. The paper says that in the main “bourgeois” classical works “did not reflect the ideological feelings of the proletariat and have nothing m common with the socialist system under the proletarian dictatorship.” The paper dismisses the idea that music is a common language transcending national boundaries and criticizes people who were fascinated by Western classical music or “even prostrated themselves” before it. Observers recalled that the Western orchestras played to packed houses last year and won warm applause not only from the audiences but also from Chinese critics. 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