Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wednesday, January 15, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 1 No TV ads on children shows OTTAWA (CP) The CBC hopes to remove advertising from children's programs when the tall television season begins, says a corporation spokesman. Provision for replacing (he advertising revenue with public funds is contained in the preliminary 1975 76 CBC SOUTHERN ALBERTA CARDSTON-Mayfair Theatre "WHERE THE RED FERN GROWS" starring James Whitmore. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Sat- urday, January 15, 16, 17, 18. Wednesday show at p.m. Prices: Over 12 years, and under FAMILY. estimates, he said, "We've had no formal approval from treasury board on estimates he said. The CBC spokesman could not say how much revenue the corporation gets from televi- sion advertising aimed at children. James McGrath (PC-St. John's an opponent of advertising aimed at children, said he was told by State Secretary Hugh Faulkner that the advertising will be withdrawn by October when contracts expire. U.S. rock promoters singing recession SEND TO PIUSON To commit is to send a person to prison, to an asylum, workhouse, or refor- matory by lawful authority or to commit to trial after preliminary hearing. ELRANCHO CABARET THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY "BOOGALOO WALK BAND" (DRESS REGULATIONS) NEW YORK (AP) Rock promoters in the U.S. are singing the recession blues. Their ranks are dwindling and their audiences shrinking as inflation eats up teen agers' spending money. "This is the first year that rock V roll hasn't operated outside the real world with its real says Howard Stein, whose Academy of Music has succeeded the clos- ed Fillmore East as New York's Carnegie Hall of rock. "The kids are being forced to make decisions about which shows they will see and the many they won't see, as op- posed to buying all the major concerts almost automatically. "Basically, concert atten- dance is off somewhere between 25 and 40 per cent across the country." Ron Powell, who books concerts in 16 cities in the Midwest and the South, blam- ed the downturn on the economy. The music is still popular, he said, predicting album sales will go up as concert attendance goes down. In efforts to survive, John Scher, whose office is in South Orange, N.J., and Don Law, who books throughout New England from Boston, have "rescaled the house." Instead of charging and Law is charging or for every seat in the concert hall. R.A.HC. Cwllllocl Doutnl Mechanic DIETBICI! DENTURE CLINIC 0 304 S. Ph 72" Lothbridge aKEirB yoHsiCi PINCHER Theatre "WHERE THE RED FERN GROWS" Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, January 15, 16, 17, Wed- nesday show at p.m. FAMILY. Theatre "BILLY TWO HATS" starring Gregory Peck and Desi Arnaz Jr. In color. Wednesday, January 15 shows at and p.m. ADULT. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NEW BLACKOUT Played Till Won (No Number Limit) IP WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD (No Limit Purchased) PAYS DOUBLE No one under 16 years allowed ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, JANUARY TRIO" SATURDAY, JANUARY 18th CANADIANS" TRIO" Happy Days star drama scholar NEW YORK (AP) Henry Winkler, who plays Fonzie, the super cool, greasy haired, leather jacketed high school dropout on ABC's Happy Days series, has a master's degree from the Yale School of Drama. He grew up in New York but says he wasn't a fun city Fonzie. He attended private school and wore a tie, a blue blazer and grey slacks each day. He saw his share of Fonzies people here call them "punks" if they are fleet of foot but says: "I gave 'em a lot of room. I'd go upstairs on the roof of the nearest building if they were around." Winkler, 29, says he has acted in about 60 plays and two movies The Lords of Flatbush and Crazy Joe since graduating from college in 1967. The movies were followed by an appearance on the Mary Tyler Moore TV series and the lead in a Bob Newhart program. That led to an audi- tion for the Fonzie part. "SOMETHING HIT US... tile crew is dead... help us, ploaso, please help us! AT AHD P.M. ADU1.1 An all nifcW. film- inspired by the novel, "AIRPORT" by Arthur Hailey. FRUIT COCKTAIL IHiby's toy 14 oz FOOD VALUES SANDWICH SPREAD Kraft 16 oz. PRUNE PLUMS AylmsrChoicB, 14oz. 6ml MARGARINE Red Leaf Soft 11b...... PEANUT BUTTIR Top Valu 32 oz. SARDINES Brunswick in oil 3% oz CHEESE SLICES Kraft Canadian >B ft 802..................DO SHORTCAKE COOKIES Old's 16 oz. SAUERKRAUT BicksWlRB32oz HASH BROWNS Carnation 2 ib. bag FISH CHIPS Fraser Vale Turbot QA6 24 oz PRUNE PLUMS ftylmerChoice, 14oz. J-CLOTHS All purpose towels 24's ORANGE JUICE Top Valu 6 oz..... 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