Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wednesday, July 4, 1979 THI N1RALD f 1TV HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNESDAY SPORT: Baseball, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. Tfce New York Mete meet the Expos at Montreal. CRIME DRAMA: Madigan, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. Lisbon is the setting for this story about Madigan's effort to recapture a prisoner freed by local truck hijackers. MUSIC: Lawrence Welk, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. A colorful and tuneful array of songs and choreography for an entertaining hour. SPECIAL: Royal Visit, p.m., Cn. 7. Highlights of a concert held this afternoon at Wascana Park in Begins. MUSIC: Paul Horn Show, p.m., Ch. 13. Singer Judy Ginn is Paul's special guest. MOVIE COMEDY: "The Great Bank p.m., Ch. 11. A satirical farce about a bumbling robbery in the Old West. MOVIE FANTASY: "The Flight That a.m., Ch. 7. Nuclear scientists are kidnapped and taken to another world. THURSDAY SPECIAL: Royal Visit, 12 noon, Ch. 7. Queen Elizabeth meets Indian chiefs in Calgary. MOVIE FANTASY: "Shoot Loud, Louder 1 p.m., Ch. 13. An offbeat comedy about a junk sculptor caught up in a dreanMrorld existence. RADIO and TV LISTINGS are listed by the Radio and TelevUion Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is net the res- ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC Morley McGtll and Alian Bell Contemporary News; Doug Marvin Contemporary Sports; Leo Dow Farm News; Music We Remember Sunday Mornings. t News News Sports Bob Hesketh Chec-line Chec Trading Leo Dow John Oliver Farm News MONDAY thru FRIDAY News Buryl Clark News Bunf Clarke Farm News Cattle Prices Bunj ClarKe came Meet News Sports Grain Prices Oliver Post Call of the Land Dave King Jack Neufeld Paul Tessier CJOC News with Bill skelfon, Rad Whin, Bill Matheson; Sport Brent Seely and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card _ Memories with George Brawn Sunday Mornings WEDNESDAY NlOMT Jim Elliot News, Wthr, Sport Probe 1220 CBC News News and Grain John Charles Show News, Wthr, Sport World at Six Phone Bill Show Stan Bailiey Show Jim Elliot Summer Jim Parsons Show Show Bruce Bowie Show Jack Thys THURSDAY Probe 1220 Prices Jack Thys John Charles Show Probe 1220 John Charles Show world at six MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-0 6 p.m.-lO p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m.-12 midnight CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-l a.m. Dell-O SUNDAYS Concerts, Overtures 6 a.m.-l p.m. and Encores Concerts, (Bob Concie) and Encores (Bob Conele) 1-2 p.m. The Gasthiw Hour (German program) 1-4 p.m. Don Hedman p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) CBR Radio 1010 Calgary NI6HT Written In Rock Indian WEDNESDAY World at Six m As It Happens Opener Concern World at 8 News, Sports, Wthr Eye Opener From-the Capitals World At Nine Five Nights a Week This Country That's the Way Royal Tour It Goes Calgary Meeting Radio Noon Stockmarket Holiday Max Ferguson Rcyal Tour Home Run News world at t AS it Happen The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK Saturates The Southern Alberta Market! over Lethbridge and district. readers. bi-monthly. 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University of Air Oont Understand Seat ttie Clock Romper Room Somerset Trouble with Tracy Anomer World Clock Mermix Mystery Movie Paul Horn Show News Mem Pierre Berton Merv Griffin THURSDAY Uncle Bobby Stnrermarket Pierre Berton 55 MorHi Meolt 11-00 Fwmity AJtelr 12.00 Metinee Movie: wnats fhe Good Word Anything You Can Do Buckshot Star Trek KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (CaHevision Ch. 9) MIGHT WEDNESDAY News News Sob Newnsrt 6.30 Mystery Movie 8: DO Csnncm Wlsnnlx News ToniqM Show THURSDAY Our World Selutt Agrlcoltom As the World Torrn 7-OD Tossy Show News S.OD Tossy in Montana Doctors 8-30 Pyramid Another World of Century New Match Game Hollywood Secret Storm Jeopardy Who What Whera Game 10.JS News 11.00 Baffled Mike Douglas Show Joker's Wild News News Newt KFBB-TV Great Folb Channel S (CabJevision Cn. 11) WEDNESDAY MIGHT THURSDAY NewTywed News 30 News 7.00 captain Kansaros t 30 Truth or 7-.no ThitkCT Than Audrey Galloplne Goormet Voi-ie: The Bounty Yoimg ana o 11 Marshall for 10 t'j 7Jcw? Tcmtirrow 11.iO Th. Vly CMIOren News General to Uva Days OT our Dinah's Place Three tm a Mateh Dating Game second The Muisc Box Musical first for Albertans EDMONTON (CP) When the One Third Nkth trio scheduled their first series of chamber music concerts, they were told the only way they'd get a full house would be to do it with mirrors. But it was a standing-room- only success for pianist Gloria Saarinen, cellist John Kadz and violinist Moshe Hammer. That initial success was fol- lowed by concert tours, CBC appearnaces and now what they call a first for North America. The provincial department of culture, youth and recrea- tion and the Aquitaine Co. of Canada Ltd. have agreed to sponsor the One Third Ninth as artists in residence for Al- berta from Sept. 1, 1973, to June 30, 1974. Mrs. Saarinen, a New Zea- lander, will take a leave of absence from her post as piano instructor at the'Univer- sity of Calgary. Mr. Hamm from Israel, and Mr. Kadz, from the United States, have Custer shows in Montana HARDIN, Mont. (AP) Gen. George Custer and troops of the 7th Cavalry are to be defeated over and over and over again during the coming weekend. It is the 10th annual Crow Agency re-enactment of Ous- ter's last stand at the battle- field south of Hardin. There are five shows planned Friday af- ternoon through Saturday. resigned -their positions of concert-master and principal cellist respectively with the Calgary Philharmonic. Under the artist-in-resi- dence program, the three will give concerts, clinics, work- shop demonstrations and coaching in various centres around the province. They w.U undertake two- to four- night stands'in each communi- ty and make follow-up visits to help stimulate cultural ac- tivity in the areas. PROBLEM OVER NAME They got together originally in 1970 when Mrs. Saarinen and Mr. Hammer were asked to perform together on a CBC concert. Then Mr. Kadz sat in one day on a rehearsal. The results were so good they decided to stay together. The name, One Third Ninth, was thought up by Mrs. Saari- nen's husband and has caused them some trouble. A provincial civil servant, for example, didn't like the name but helped arrange a government-sponsored tour of rural Alberta for them. When the posters for the tour came out, tiie name had been changed to the Gloria Saari- nen Trio. One of the keys to the trio's Saarinen's in- formal, often witty, introduc- tions to each piece of music- have ccasionally resulted in complaints. Some members of the audi- ence have felt they were being talked down to. Others felt the talks were undignified for a chamber ussssie group. Mrs. Saarinen has gone on talking. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfalr Theatre "mCKEY and BOGGS" In color. Starring Bffl Cosby and Robert Gulp. Wednesday, July 4. Show at p.m. Adult- Not Suitable For Children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH In color. Starring Debbie Reynolds and Shelly Winters. Wednesday and Thursday, July 4 and 5. Wednesday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "KILL THEM ALL AND COME BACK ALONE" In color. Starring Chuck Connors. Wednesday, July 4. Shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. I Passwore ftrws Bank ROMX-IT 31.30 lert a Deal DINE AND DANCE LOUNGE "DAVID KAY! SHOW" Tonight thru Saturday (NO COVER CHARGE) HOTEL Red Coach Lounge Tonight thru Saturday Presents "LAURIE BARDSLEY" CORNER 4th AVE. and 7th ST. S. PHONE 327-3191 VAN ISLE SEAFOODS will have a truckload of FRESH ICED SALMON (Never Been Frozen) and Cooked Crab and other Seafoods parked at CENTRE VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTRE NOTE: (We are not at College Mall Shopping Centre} FRIDAY, JULY 6th From 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Featuring lobster tail, shrimp, fresh and smoked sal- mon, crab and various sea foods. Special orders will be talcen. Up the lazy river Vocalist and drummer Dave Oxley of the New Or- leans Preservation Jazz Hall Band performs on a cruise up the river aboard the Stolen Island Ferry as part of the Newport Jazz Festival in New York. Music brings back memories NEW YORK (AP) The dancing was cheek-to-cheek, one-step, two-step, lindy and jit- terbug. And the music was the dandngest as the Newport Jazz Festival in New York held a Thirties Ball. When about persons weren't dancing Monday night in the Roseland Ballroom to Count Basic, Duke Ellington or Woody Herman, they crowded around the bandstand. Or, if the brought back memories, they sat back in chairs and reminisced. George Simon, a critic for Metronome magazine in the late 1930s, recalled the first time he reviewed the Basic and Herman bands. It was on the same night, with the two bands on alternate bandstands in the Roseland at its former location on Broadway, Tbt night be gave Herman an A-minus rat- ing and Basie a B. Tuesdy night? "Both A." The Ellington band got a good rating, too. Herman's band had an exu- berant vocalist named Herman. Ellington had. his regular singer, Tony Watkins. He also had Alice Baos, whose big num- ber was scatting to Jeep's Blues. Basie had Jimmy Kicks turning For Once in My Life into big-band blues. _ Ricks came on just after drummer Sonny Payne thrilled the audience on What's New? and the whole Basie band swung its famous April in Paris. Herman provided The Sum- mer Song and Early Aulumn for dreamy dancing to his fa- mous Four Brothers and played his even more famous winging clarinet solo of Woodchogper's Ball. The Ellingtonians stuck closer to tiie well-known numbers, Perido, A Train, Mood Indigo, a terrific Caravan and. Sophis- ticated Lady. Symphony conductor dies of prison camp illnesses TORONTO (CP) Karel An- cerl, 65, music director and con- ductor of the Toronto Sym- phony, died Tuesday. Mr. Ancerl, who was director of the Czechoslovakia Philhar- monic for 17 years before com- ing to Toronto permanently in 1968, bad earlier announced his intention of resigning the post when his present contract pired in August, 1975. The Czecboslovakian-bora conductor bad been plagued with heatlh problems all last season, forcing him to curtail guest-conducting appearances. His illnesses go back to the time he spent in prison camps during the Second World War. Born in the Bohemian village of Tucspy, Mr. Ancerl took over as Toronto Symphony's music director in 1968, succeeding Seiji Ozawa who left to become conductor of the San FVantisco Symphony. A graduate of the Prague Conservatory, be studied under Vadar Talich conductor of die Czech Philharmonic from 1919 to 1941. j Mr. Ancerl made his Cana- dian guest conducting debut in Toronto in 1957. His decision to make his home here came in 1968 during the Soviet invasion of Czech- oslovakia. Before that be was engaged for only part of the To- ronto season and waw to retain his post as chief conductor of the Czech Philharmonic. Mr. Ancerl's guest ances included performances with the Berlin Philharmonic, Vienna Symphony, the Lenin- grad Symphony, London Sym- phony and New York Philhar- monic. Mr. Ancerl is survived by his wife and two sons. PARAMOUNT "Mary Poppins" Last complete show family PARAMOUNT CINEMA "Emigrants" Last complete show Adult COLLEGE CINEMA Short "High Plains Drifter" Last complete stow Restricted Adult GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Easy Rider" "Shot Gun" Ore Complete Show Adult KAREL ANCERL Saskatchewan enters development program OTTAWA (CP) Saskatche- wan has agreed to enter the small farm development pro- gram, agriculture minister Eu- gene Wbelan announced Friday. Eight provinces now have joined the program, which is intended to help fanners de- velop more profitable farms. Quebec and Newfoundland are not in the program yet. The program consists of a land transfer program, assist- ant to land buyers and sellers, and information, rural counsel and farm management consul- tation for farmers wanting the services. It also has financial arrange- ments for persons wishing to buy or expand small farms. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 lethbridge ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 15th GAME JACKPOT IN 52 NOS. in 53 NOS. in 54 NOS. If no bingo called after 54 numbers we will continue for 10A GAME-PICTURE FRAME NO ONE UNDER TEAKS AUOWEDl PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY THURSDAY, JUIY FRIDAY, JUIY 6-TEMPO" SATURDAY, JULY Don't forget our Annual Golf Tournament July 28 and 29 green acres drive-in LAST TIMES TONITE Dr.lkCOTWItar.aZ7.il 'Easy Rider' with Peter Fonda 'Shotgun' with Gregory Peck THURS, FRI and SAT. One man alone understood the savagery oftheearfy American wast. ADULT CHARLES BRONSON in HIT NO. 2 TOUHG BIUY YOUNG' In Color GATES OPEN 9 P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW P.M. FAMILY paramount AM. 3C74108 TONIGHT and THURS. At and p.m. Matinee Daily at p m. Kids 75c anytime SEE IT AGAIN AND AGAIN wilh that SuperoMragilislic music! IKK .AMREWS-VAMIYNC ACttSMT JWBWP JWMIKA7IONJ BEST PICTURE BISTSCSEENJIAY Max von Sydow x LivUUmann The Emigrants ADULT NOT SIOTABU FOR CHILDREN paramount cinema TONIGHT and THURS. law 2 Days RESTRICTED ADULT college cinema NOW SHOWING AT and 9.-05 P.M.