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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-16,Lethbridge, Alberta Lung surgery won’t affect Crosby voice Just the power of attorney Nine musicians from the Graterford Prison near Philadelphia, organized into a group came under guard to New York, to record their first album. Called "The Power of Attorney”, the group hopes the album will come out early this year. At top, group members perform; bottom left, Stanley Watl<ins on sax; bottom right. Charles Mc-Douwell on bass guitar. Came up the hard way twice Dangerfield popular TV comedian By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) - A lot of people have come up the hard way in show business. But Bodney Dangerfield has done it twice: First as Jack Roy, a reasonably successful comic on smaU club circuits, and then, after a lapse of 12 years, in his present name as one of the most popular comedians on television. Rodney was bom in Baby-lOTi, N.Y., the son of a vaudeville performer named Phil Roy. At 15, Jack Roy started writing jokes and doing imitations of W, C. Fields and Charles Laughton in amateur shows. When he was 17 he worked as a singing waiter at the Polish Falcon in Brooklyn and as a “paid amateur" for eight - quarters a night in a Newark club. “They threw money at me, not to me,” he says. “The height of my first career was when I made $370 a week. Now he gets i8,500 plus expenses for a single appear^ ance, TRIED ‘NORMAL’ LIFE Between the quarters and the thousands, he quit the 3 DAYS” III MEN’S WEAR LTD. Final markdowns for the final 3 days. Don’t miss this great savings event. SPORTS COATS A dIci selactiDn to ctiDOSt from, by SAMUELSOHN flej). 10 $135.00 JANUARY SALE by SHIPLEY Iteg. to $90.00 JANUARY SALE TOPCOATS and GAR COATS JANUmSALE Va tp V2 OFF «70 f «60 MEN’S SUITS Finiil qiality girmintt by SAMUELSOHN Reg. to $170.00 JANUARY SALE no5 by SHIPLEY Reg. to $135.00 JANUARY SALE «85 OUTERWEAR Lntktrs — SMdn —WoPli JANUARY SALE Vs .. ’/2 OFF A GROUPING OF SPORT COATS and SUITS R||.ViIumIi$16S.OO NOW AT '/2 Price A SELCCTlOH Of TwUtt-DntiSliiilt Sfort SMrtt Kilts CLEARIMa AT LEttTHAH Vz PRICE WOOL and FORTREL SLACKS JANUAHTSALE Va to Vz OFF MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Pl«fn»andPatt«rra JANUARY SALE 1/3 »1/2 OFF 314 - 7th St 8.    PhOM 327-2332 OPIN THURSDAY UNTIL 0:00 P.M. BURLINGAME, Calif. (AP) — An (wratioD in which two-fifths of Bing Crosby’s left lung was removed should have “no effect on his voke,” a hospital spokesman says. Crosby was in satisfactory condition in the intensiveH;are unit where he is recuperating from surgery Saturitay. The 69-year-old entertaiiier was expected to remain in intensive care most of tllis week. Crosby’s family doctor, Stanley Hänfling, said initial tests suggested the presence of a rare fungus of a variety found in African dirt. A hospital pathologist theorized Crosby might have picked it up during a safari last October. The hospital spokesman said Public Health officials and specialists from the University of California are assisting doctors in determining the precise nature of the fungus.    ' Hänfling said initial examination of the tissue just after surgery showed no sign of cancer, but the whole sample would have to be inspected before cancer could be ruled out. standup comic routines to “live a normal life” as a businessman (in paint) and collect a wile and two children. But he says he couldn’t help "thinking funny” and when he did, he wrote it down. Now he has what he calls "a duffle bag full of jokes.” He estimates that he has written between 10,000 and 15,000 -jokes and used 3,000. Nine-tenths of his material is his own. It was a tough road back when he decided to become a comedian again at age 40. He wrote for other comics, played Village spots and uptown clubs. At 41 he was playing nightclubs in the Cat^ills for free and was embarrassed to use his own name. A nightclub owner christened him Rodney Dangerfield. Then he persuaded his agent to book him or an Ed Sullivan rehearsal and Sullivan signed him for two shows with an option for four more. Since then, he has appeared on the Johnny Carson show 40 times and on the Dean Martin weekly show as the comedian-owner of a nightclub. And he really does own a ¥250,000 Manhattan nightclub, Dangerfield’s. Rodney says he has turned down offers of as much as $30,000 to appear in Las Vegas. “I do quite well in my own club or I’d go to Vegas,” he said. “People have a good time at my place and I like to see people walk out happy. My )lace is probably the only one eft that has a comedian working steady. “It isn’t good for a comic to hit too soon. He can’t handle it. It takes a comic 20 years of walking the boards to feel at home. My nightclub routine involves making ISO to 200 jokes in 45 minutes. A laugh a minute isn’t enough; you need three or four.” He also has a serious side, as a spokesman for the National Conference of Christians and Jews. “1 have no goals except to keep interested," he says, “I’m sorry the world is the way it is and that people don’t have more compassion for each other. Life Is communication, There’s nothing worse than talking to someone and not reaching them.” LOS ANGELES (AP) -NBC says it has signed Sophia Loren to star in a television productiffli of Noel Coward’s Brief Encwmter to be shown next season. It wilt be the first dramatic $637,700 in grants awarded OTTAWA (CP) " Grants totalling $637,700 to performing arts organizations, including f477,000 for the Stratford Shakespearean Festival, were announced to^ day by the Canada Council, The Stratford Festival grant has $457,000 earmarked for its 1974 operations in Stratford, Ont., and $20,000 for its music activities. The council also announced grants of $95,000 to the Edmonton Opera association for its current season, and 139,000 for the St. Francis Theatre Company at Lennoxville, Que., for the 1974 festival Len-noxville. The Alberta Ballet Company, Edmonton, was given $16,000 for school tours this season. Dance Canada, a recently -formed national organization representing dance companies, receives $15,000 to help establish its executive office and for its 1973-74 activities. Other grants awarded included: — Regina symphony orchestra, $4,000 for oboist Ian Franklin and cellist Suan Kline. appearance of the Academy Award-winning actress on American TV. The program will be produced in England. Miss Loren, who wra an Oscar as best actress for Two Women in 1961, will play the part of a woman who becomes involved with a doctor during a brief meeting at a London railway station in the Second World War. The film of Brief Encounter was released in 1946 with Celia Johnson and Trevor Howard. Sophia Loren LONDON (AP) - Loma Luft, 21, made a stunning debut at London’s Talk of the Town night spot Monday on the same stage where her mother, Judy Garland, gave her last performance five years ago.    " Lorna's half-sister, Liza Minelli, made her London debut there in 1966. The packed audience gave Loma round after round of thunderous applause at the end of her hour-long act. In the audience was her father, Sid Luft, 47, Judy Garland’s third husband. TV highllghto 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. WEDNESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Message To My Daughter6 p.m., Ch. 7.. A confused teenager who finds emotional strength from a set of tapes recorded years before by her long-deceased mother. MOVIE THRILLER: “The Kremlin Letter", 8 p.m., Ch. 13. An adaptation of a novel in which a U.S. spy team is swept into' Cold War intrigue. DOCUMENTARY: Michener: The Man ^nd the Office, *:30 p.m., Ch. 7. A profile of former Governor General Roland Michener who has retired after seven years in office. MUSIC: Musicamera, 9:30 p.m., Ch. 7. A behind-the-scenes look at ballet featuring a Canadian husband and wife team. DOCUMENTARY; “West", 10:30 p.m., Ch. 7. Profiles of two frontier women in Alberta's Peace River district. MOVIE DRAMA: "A Quiet Place to Kill”, 12 midnight, Ch. 7. THURSDAY INTERVIEW: Fred Davis Show, U a.m., Ch. 13. An interview on acupuncture, Part 11, MOVIE MYSTERY: "nie Naked Edge", 1 p.m.. Ch. 13. A long-lost blackmail letter makes the recipient a suspect in a murder case suppnsedly solved five years earlier. CJOC proudly presents in person • Plus .. . Ltthbridg*’* Own fl Five* Rock S*n»tlon KATHY and the KOOL AID KIDS “PAINTER” in concert PAINTER” Th* Qroui! EUCTMI hit prMHcM II ta ttolf Nit SUPER STARS ExcnAì| ’9ivië 6Mt Më IrHë’. LIiIir t< Jia rirtiRS. Jiki CtariM, Kwhi MtKaM «• CJOC RAtlO. Iir Sunday, Jan. 20th — 2:30 p.m. LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION AdvMW* Tlck«ta $3.00 on SM* at Minteland, LcftMr* and Shoppar* Drug Mart (In C«ntr* VMi«« M*N) Ttekata al»e A*aH«M* «| ifi* Daort Pets grabbed/or ransom WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) — Dog thieves have received from $50 to $100 in ransom from owners wanting stolen pets returned, Raymond Ber man. diief dog officer, said more than a dozen pets in the area have been kidnappad for ransom in the last two months. 1. LION I ::_I CANADA DRY’S RADIO and TV LISTINGS Prooramt «r* llttad by t(i« Radio and Talavlalon Stations. Any variation in program aehadula ia dua io laat< ntlnuta changaa by tha ttationa and la not iha raapon» •Iblllty of Chinook Bavaragaa Umltad or Tha Lath* bridga Harald. CHEC MONDAV thru PftlDAV    13 30 News 6'00 Buryi Ctarke 6:50 Farm News 7:30 Mews. Wlhr., Sport 9:00 Checlme lOOO Walt Edwards 12 00 John Oliver 1 00    Orairt Prices 1 01    Call ot the Land 3.00    jacK NeuleM 5 00    N«ws, Wlhr, Sports 7.00    Paul Tessier 12.00    Roy flannick NBC signs Sophia Loren to first TV star role CJOC WEDNESDAY    635 5    00 Probe 1220    10:05 5'02 Jim Parsons Show    11:00 6    00 World at Su    12 00 6 35 Jim Parsons Show    i.OS 5    00 John Cliarles    3.0S 12 30 Kevin McKenna Show    5 00 THURSDAY    5.2S 6    00 CBC News    S 40 6    05 Jack Thys Show    5.50 7    50 News, Weather. Sports    6.00 Phone Bill Show Oord Whitehead Show Jack Thys Hour ol Information Gord Whitehead Show Jim Parsons Show Probe 1220 Sports Market Report Local News World at Six CHEC MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 a.m - 12 nOOn Don McMaster 12 noon - 6 p.m. Dell-O 6pm - 10 p.m. Don Hedman 10 pm.- 12 Midnight Concerts Overtures (Bob Concle) SATURDAY 6 a.m. - 12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon - 6 p.m. •FM 100.9 Don Hedman 6 p.m. - 1 a.m, Dell-0 SUNDAYS 6 a.m. - 1 p.m. Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concle) 1-2 p.m. The Oasthaus (German program) a-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6pm.- 12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) CBR WEDNESDAY NIGHT 6:00 World at Six 6.30 As l> Happens 8:03 Concern 10:00 News, Sports, Weather 10:10 From the Capitals 10:15 Five Nights a week 10:30 inside From the Outside 11:03 Written In Rock THURSDAY 5:30 Warmup 6'OS Eye Opener 3.00 World at a B;05 Eye Opener 9:00 World at Nine 9:13 This Country 10:59 Time Signal 12:03 Radio Canada 1:SS Stockmarket 2:03 School Broadcast 2-30 Off ttie Record 3:30 Max Ferguson 4:00 B6C News 4:05 Home Run 6:00 World at Six 6-30 As It Happens ONIX 3i89« Spedai *    Canada Dry *    Lo-Cal Ala *    Tahiti Traat *    Wink «t «11 participating DMiaral CJOC-TV Channal 7 (Cabiavlalon Ch. •) 5.00 5:30 6.00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9.30 10:30 Il'OO 11'20 12:00 6:00 630 7 00 WEDNESDAY NIGHT    7.15 Hollywood Squares    7.30 News    8.00 Movie:    8.30 Message to My Daughter    9:00 Odd Couple    9:30 This Land    10:00 Mltchener    10:30 The Man and the Office    11:00 Tour En L'AIr    12:30 West    1:00 News    1:30 P M    2.00 Movie'    2:30 A Quiet Place to Kill    3:00 THURSDAY    3:30 Pmnochlo    4:00 Secrets in the Kitchen    4:30 News, Farm and City    5 00 Wizard of Oi Mon Ami/Friendiy Giant Uncle Bobby Ed Allen What the? Is Going On? New Horizons Alberta Schools Mr. Dress Up Sesame Street Truth or Consequences Let's Make a Deal General Hospital Our Town Klara's Korner Take 30 Edge of Nignt Family Court A Place of Your Own Hollywood Squares CFCN-TV Lathbridg* Channal 13 (Cablavialon Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NIQHT 5.30 Hogans Heroes G:00 News 6:30 Outdoors Unlimited 7:00 Jason King B-00 Movie:-The Kremlin 10:30 Sports Beal '74 11:00 News 11-20    News 12-00    Merv Griff in THURSDAY 5-56    TtlOught for Day 6    00 University of A>r 6-30    Yoga 7    00 Canada a m' 0 30 Romper Room 9 00 This Week 9-1S Parlons Français 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 Rintstones 1.00 Matinee Movie The Hacked Edge 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 Get Smart 5:55 News 6 30 Mystery Movie- Colombo KRTV Great Falla Channal 3 (Cablavialon Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY KIGHT 8 30 Hollywood Squares 4:00 News 9 00 Banh-O 4:30 News 9 30 Jeopardy 5:00 Bonanza 9.55 News 6.00 Cannon 10.00 Pnce is Right 7.00 Kolak 10.30 AS the world Turns 8.00 Mannix 11.00 Days of our Lives 9.00 News 11.30 Doctors 9:30 Tonight Show 12 00 Another World THURSDAY 12:30 Match Game 5:15 Our World 1:0C Secret Storm 5'4S Salute to Agriculture 1.30 Mike Douglas 6'00 Today Show 3.00 Joker's Wild 7-00 Today in Montana 3'30 Nows 7 30 Pyramid 4 00 News 6 00 Gambit 4 30 News KPBB Qraat Falla dumnal S (CabtovMeit Ch. ' WEDNESDAY NIGHT S-30 Jack Lalanne 4.30 News 9-30 Search for Tommorrow S.OO News 10-00 All My Children 5.30 Truth or Consequences 10.30 Let's Make A Deal S.OO The Rock and Rosi Years 11 00 Newly wed Game 6.00 Movie: 1130 New» The Night Stalker 12 00 General Hospital S-30 Movie. 12 30 One Lile to Live Scream of tite Wolf 1 00 LOve American Style 9 00 News 1 30 Dinati's Place 9 30 Movie. 2.00 Three on a Match Trygon Factor 2    30 Qirl In My Life 3    00 Split Second THUflSDAT 3 30 Brady Bunch 5.55 News * 00 Password 6 (W Captain Kangaroo * 30 New* 7 00 Newa 5 00 New« 8 00 Audrey S 30 Truth or Consequences .■ifinciiJvEi ;