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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 1TV HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNESDAY MOVIE MUSICAL: p.m., Ch. 7. A Lerner and Loewe musical adaptation of the novel about the turn-of. the-century Paris. The late Maurice Chevalier is one of the stars. SPORT: Pro HocVcy, 6 p.m., Ch. 13. The Toronto Maple Leafs meet the Canadiens in Montreal. DOCUMENTARY: This Land, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. The ecolORi- cal effects of damming rivers is probed. Rivers across Can- ada and Egypt's Aswan Dam come under scrutiny. DRAMA: Man At The Top, p.m., Ch. 7. Joe inter- venes in his son's romance with an ambitious young girl and gets to know her better than he expected. MOVTE DRAMA: "The World of Suzie 9 p.m. Ch. 13. A story of true love vs. prostitution' involving an American artist and a Chinese bar-girl. MUSIC SPECIAL: Sound of August, p.m., Ch. 7. On tour with 112 young musicians of the 1971 National Youth Orchestra. THURSDAY SPECIAL: President Nixon, a.m., Ch. and 11. The U.S. president will deliver his State of the Union mes- seage to a joint session of Congress. MOVIE MUSICAL: "Meet Me After The 1 p.m. Ch. 7. The producer-husband of a Broadway star becomes romantically involved with the backer of his show. MOVIE COMEDY: "Full of 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A comedy-drama about newlyweds who find it necessary to move in with the husband's father as they await the birth of tbeii' first born. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs are listed by the radio and television stations. Any variation In program schedule is due to lajl- minute changes by the stations and is not the respon- tibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre- CHEC Roger Chonnon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary Mows WEDNESDAY Nlu.. T THURSDAY Total Inlormallnn BGryl Clark Jim Shearer Jonn Oliver liBSPiM? iJlSErR, cjoc ir WEONBSDAY MIOHT THURSDAY News, Wlhr, Sport World at Six Jim Elllol News and Grain Rob Ingram Show CBC News prices Request Aclion News, Wlhr, Scort Thys John Walker Show Phone Bill Show h 12-30 a.m. Doug wayna Barry Rob Ingram Eon Show Probe 1220 World at Six CHEC FM if News Hourly Wthr. Hc.lf Hour MOM. THRU SAT. Don MacMasler Concerts (Bob Consie) Don MacMasier Don Hodmen Sign-Off CBR Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT Alberta Concerts THURSDAY World al Six News fSi WorH As II Happens Vancouver Chamber World al 9 Concern Arts Between Ourselves News, 5porl3, Wlhr orchestra SchKis From' the News, Sporli, Wthr Max Ferguson Five Nlghls a weeh Jazz Track World ar 6 SONY Engineered to Lent a Lifetime Model TC 124CS Portable Stereo CASSETTE TAPE RECORDER The luxurious sound of stereo is iruly yours with this latest port- able stereo cassette recorder from SONY. And with these special features only found in SONY: AC or baltery operaled, pop-up ejector button, push-but- lon controls, buill-in speaker for monaural playback, speaker bal- ance switch, automatic recording Complete with 2 SONY full range speakers, handsome lea- ther case for carrying all components plus special leather case for recorder itself and aecesories. Also equipped with SONY F99S dynamic mirophone and batteries. SUGGESTED RETAIL SEE THE COMPLETE SONY LINE AT ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo and Centet 419 5TH ST. S. Phone 328-6922 Teleprobe 7 Movie: Gigi This Chez Helena Sesame Street Mlday Movie: Meet Me Alter the show Galloping Gourmet Take 30 Edge ot Night Psychiatrist CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Our Changing Trulh or World Consequences Movie: Trojan Horse THURSDAY This Land Farm and Man ar the Top Today Sound of August Romper Room Tommy Banks Mr. Dressup Drop News (c] Canadian Schools Truth or Teleprobe 7 Friendly Giant Consequences CFCN-TV Lelhbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY Fllnlslones (c) Thought (or Day News University of Air NHL Toronto at House of Montreal Frlgnlensfeln Spcrlsbeet Program Hillghts Movie: The World Fashion In Sewing of suzle Wong Parlons Francals New (c) Yoga News In Conversation Pendulum Ed Allen David Frost Pierre Dcrlnn Bcwllcntd Beat thl Clock Movie: Full of Lite Whal's the Good Word Another World (c) Anything You Can Do Dick Van Dyki Buckshol Fllntslones (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Today Show (c) News Carol Burnott Medical Cenlri Mannli Cannon News Tonight Show THURSDAY Our World Today In Montana Doclcrl (c) Concentration Another World Sale ol the Century Edge ol Night Hollywood Squarel Corner Pylc Jeopardy Merv Grltlin Who, Whal, When My Three Sons Gamete) News Somerset Family Allaii NBC Nlghlly Ncwl News Salute Agriculture As Iho World Turns News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Ctblevlsion Ch. 11) WEDNESDAY NIOHT News Newlywed Garni News Captain Kangerc-n News News Dinah's Placa Socket Storm Room 212 Jack LaLanni One Life Partridge Family Audrey (c) Our Llvel (c) Eddie's Father 9-30 Gallooina Gourmet Hoipllal The Kopy Kali p oourmet ThrM on f Sutler Llllle MMrt Dating Garni Children News That Girl News ln.30 eparch far Bewitched Pa.sword THURSDAY All My Children Nawi Firm Niwi (c) Ltl. Mike Dill Nlwl Singer goes to court over listing NEW YORK (AP) Paul to show cause Jan. 20 why it Anka, the Ottawa-born pop singer, charged here in a 1100 million damage wit against the American Federation of Mu- sicians that the union falsely listed him in its magazine as a "defaulter." Anka obtained an order from Justice Samuel Gold in state Su- preme Court directing the union car? Need a join the consorcio RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) What do you do if you want a new car but can't scrape up enough for a down payment? If you live in Brazil, you join a consorcio. This is a happy blend of Brazilian investiveness and optimism. Eventually every- body wins. Here's how it works: One hundred people chip in one-fiftieth of the price of a new car, each month for 50 months. The consorcio buys two cars a month. A drawing decides who gets the cars first. At the end of 50 months, ev- erybody has wheels. The sys- tem works without griping, since no normal Brazilian ex- pects to be the last one picked. Even after a customer gets his car, he must keep on pay- ing the monthly contributions until the consorcio ends. As car prices go up, so do the contriutions. There are few credit prob- lems. Only those who are paid up can be in the lottery. If the number of a member in ar- rears is drawn, either he coughs up on the spot or an- other number is chosen. should not be barred from con- tinuing the listing. The union had ruled that ria was obligated to pay mu- sicians he used in making a recording last February in Las Vegas, Anka said. The singer said that the musi- cians were under contract to the recording company for whom he was making the record and that it was the company's responsi- bility to pay the musicians. As a result of the dispute, Anka said, the union had in- structed its members not to per. form with him, MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Ths Gutbrie Theatre, on the verge of collapse a year ago, ended the 1971-72 season with a surplus of A fund-raising drive that net- ted combined with the sale of more than tickets to pull the theatre out of the red, a spokesman said here. Louis Zelle, president of the Anne to see Canadian dancers LONDON (CP) Princess Anne will attend the first per- formance ever given in London by the National Ballet of Can ada, which opens a 10-day en- gagement at the Coliseum May 17. At the premiere, Princess Anne will see the Canadian dan. cers performinga modern work, The Mirror Walkers, to- gether with the classical La Syl. phWe. A special committee has been formed to organize the gala opening, the proceeds from which will go to the Royal Academy of Dancing and to a branch of the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing. The dance company will per- form in Glasgow after its en- gagement. Its European tour, which ends July 3, also includes appearances in Stuttgart, Paris, Brussels, Lausanne and Monte Carlo. CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "PLAZA SUITE" In color. Starring Waller Matthau, Muareen Stapleton, Barbara Harris and Lee Grant. Wednesday, January 19. Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "WATERLOO" In color. Wednesday and Thursday, January 19 and 20. Wednesday show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "BUNNY O'HARE" In color. Starring Betty Davis and Ernest Borgnine. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, January 19, 20 and 21. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. AUSTIN FEEDLOT LTD. is offering their Magrath feedlot and farm FOR SALE (25 miles from Lethbridge) For further information call BILL AUSTIN or JIM PASSEY 758-6583 STRINGHAM PROPERTY SALES 132 1th SI. t. Pliant 321-4161 IETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Guthrie board of directors, said income from ticket sales was slightly more than fl million. He said tbe theatre, which will begin its 10th season In July, was able to pay off million in 1971 expenses and a 1970 defi- cit of JIM.OOO. The theatre was founded by the late Tyrone Guthrie, Who also helped establish the Strat- ford Festival in Stratford, Ont. PAUL ANKA Million Suit CRTC worried about advisers OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian Radio-Television Commis- sion is concerned about the in- fluence of outside program con- sultants on Canadian radio sta- tions. A CRTC official said here that program consultants, mostly from the U.S., can have a .considerable impact on the so- cial values of a community. The commission was worried about local people losing the main direction of radio pro- gramming to consultants who have no particular interest in the community. The first public indication of the commission's concern came at November bearings in Ot- tawa when Allan Waters of To- ronto, president of CHUM Ltd., was asked about the role of Ted Randal, a Los Angeles consult- ant, in his operation. Mr. Waters said his stations are free to take Mr. Randal's advice or leave it. He also said be gets help from Canadian con- CHUM Ltd. radio stations in- clude CHUM Toronto, CFRA Ot- t a w a, CKPT Peterborough, Ont., and CJCH Halifax. Ritchie Yorke, a top Canadian pop music critic, has been quoted as saying that Mr. Ran- dal suggests the type of disc jockey CHUM should use and "he often fires and hires the disc jockeys." "He's involved with every as. pect of the station's sound. Program consultants study a client station's market before melting recommendations. SUGGEST MUSIC They listen to the station am its competitors and then sugges the type of music that should be played to make the station a success. They may call for less disc jockey chatter and more music They may even suggest cutting down news and information pro- grams to allow more music. They may make completely different recommendations i they decide the station could gain listeners by increasing news and information. Once the station's policy has been set, the program consult ant becomes a music adviser. He will study a recording art ist's past record and then tip client stations on whether a cer tain recording is likely to be a hit. The CRTC official said big Canadian stations tend to be fol lowers rather than leaders in programming. Small stations with no competition try new ideas but big stations rely on outside advice to remain on top in their markets. The outside advice Is mostly American and the recording alt- ists given top play tend .to be American. Some observers say some Ca nadian records are played fre- quently to meet Canadian con tent requirements. This cuts down on variety. New bright young Hollywood man in HOLLYWOOD (AP) "One nice thing about it is that people in this town who wouldn't return my calls a year ago are now calling says director Peter Bogdanovich. Bogdanovich was musing over his position as the latest bright young man in Hollywood. No- where in the world is status so acutely determined by who car get whom ci Hie tetepiuae. Bogadanovih is receiving calls from the top stars and produc- ers in films. What makes Peter's phone ring is The Last Picture Show. It is a sweet-sad look at B boy's coming to maturity in a windswept Texas hamlet. Noth- ing pretentious. No fancy cam era work. Just a simple human story. But it has placed high in most critics' top-10 lists of 1971 'ilms and is a favorite for an Academy Award. PICTURE DOING WELL "The picture cost a little over a says Bogadanovich. 'So far it has opened in only seven cities, but it is doing phe- New York the 13th week was the biggest gross." The burst of fame is not likely o overwhelm Bogdanovich, 31, as it has other young film-mak- ers. He is well-schooled in what lappens to a successful direc- :or. He wrote the books, in fact, about veteran In the Centre of Things WED., JAN 19th VIMY LOUNGE 'VERA SINCLAIR' SAL, JAN. 22nd VIMY LOUNGE 'SUNSET 4' Royal Canadian Legion FRI., JAN. 21st BEAVER ROOM 'MOONGIOWS' SAT., JAN. 22nd BEAVER ROOM 'MOONGLOWS' BURNS SUPPER Sat., January 22 TICKETS ON SALE NOW GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 FOR MEMIERS AND GUESTS lit AVENUE AND 9th ST. S. directors John Ford, Howard Hawks, Fritz Lang and Allan Dwan, with another forthcoming on Orson Welles. It's no accident that the Last Picture Show displays a film- making style that harks back to Hollywood's golden era. "I do have an orientation to the classic kind of story telling on he admits. "I don'l deplore the emphasis on tech- nique that so many of the new film directors have displayed. But I do think it is a mistake to place technique over narrative. Man remanded on frozen body case TORONTO (CP) David Todd, M, a truck driver, charged with non-capital mur- der Jan. 12 after the body of his wife was found in a food Freezer, was remanded in- cus- tody today for a week when he appeared in court. His wife, Grace, 34, had been missing for seven months when ber sun-tanned body, clad in summer clothes, was found in Ihe freezer of the home in which Todd was staying. Four young people pried open the scaled freezer out of curios- ity after watching a late-night television horror show in which a woman's body was found in a irunk. An autopsy showed Mrs. Todd died about Aug. 4 from a gun- shot wound in the head. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Carnal Knowledge" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjecls "Cnrry On Again Doctor" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects Skin Gnmc" Last Complete Show January It. THf UTHMIDOI HIMLD Despite winter, mosquitoes still on people's minds EDMONTON (CP) Mos- qulloes may be out-of season, but they are still on some peo- ile's minds. Bert Pettigrew, assistant su- perintendent of the parks and recreation department, is one of the people. Last year his department spent for the mosquito control program, but lost the "ight as the pests bothered peo- ple all summer. This year, the department has asked for to fight mosquitoes, hoping to spray as won as the ice is off the water ui low-lying areas. Last summer's program was tampered by 22 days of rain in June and July, followed by high winds that prevented helicop- ters from spraying sloughs and ditches the pests breed in. If the budget allows, the de- partment will use two helicop- ters instead of one and hire more men [or the control pro- gram. face hangman for bank murder GEORGETOWN, Guyana (AP) Three men were sen- tenced Tuesday to be hanged for the murder of a Royal Bank of Canada messenger. The three were found guilty after a nine- week trial of strangling messen- ger Perrival Garraway during a holdup Oct. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suile 8-304 5lh Si. S. Ph. 327-7244 PARAMOUNT TONITE and THURS. end p.m. FOR LAUGHTER! ADULT MOD DOOMS, ODD PATIENTS, CUTE NUKES AND "THE CAMY ON GANG" ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 59 NUMBERS BONUS JACKPOT IN 54 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, JAN. 20-METROS FRIDAY, JAN. 21-MINT JULEPS SATURDAY, JAN. 22-4 HITS AND A MISS LIVE ENTERTAINMENT Thursday, Friday and Saturday Nighti from 8 p.m. to 12 Midnight FEATURING "THE LINEMEN" AT THE DALLAS TAVERN 312 5th STREET SOUTH FULLY LICENSED COLLEGE TONIGHT thru FRI. at and p.m. imUUYDUBUYIDSEDSUWE nUNN THIS MAN? ADULT James Garner LouGossett Susan Clark PARAMOUNT NOW SHOWING at and p.m. JosephE Lcvne prejems a'tMe Be'g f "Carnal Knowledge' is brilliant. A feast of a 's Crist, N.Y. Magazine TB ADULT I "'Carnal Knowledge' is one of the best movies i: Mike N'khohon.CaiKlkcBeigcn, Jules Fcilfer. Carnal Knowledge. An Avro EmbMiy E Thi linguigi in this film miy bt olfr.sivi to pioplc. ;