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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta [TV HIGHLIGHTS TUESDAY DRAMA: The Waltons, p.m., Cb. 7. John-Boy decides to win a bride through the mail. MOVIE DRAMA "Wnthering 8 p.m.. Ch. 7. A remake.of Emily Bronte's classic about ill-fated lovers in 19th-century England. ADVENTURE: Search, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. Here's a kidnapp- ing where the ransom is returned instead of the victim. DOCUMENTARY: Ascent of Man, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. The incredible genius of Newton and Einstein is related in anec- dotal accounts narrated by Jacob Bronowski. INTERVIEW: Mcrv Griffin, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Chuck Connors, Dick dark and Connie Stevens present their pro- WEDNESDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "The Ride 1 p.m., Ch. 13. While bringing a prisoner back from Mexico through Apache territory, a lawman rescues a child from massacre but it's the prisoner who leads them all to safety. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the res- ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. if CHEC Morley McGill and Allan Bell: Contemporary Doug Mjryln: Con- temporary Sports; Dow: Farm News; Music Remember: Sunday JMoTntnos MONDAY Him FRIDAY Sports News Buryl Clark News Buryl Clark Farm News Cattle Prices News Buryl Clark News Clark Clark Bury! News Buryl News Bob Hesketh Chec-line 3-00 Dave Chec Trading Pott Leo Dow Jadt John Oliver Farm News News Sports Grain Prices Call of the Land John Oliver Paul Tessler if CJOG if News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whitt, Bill Matheson; Sport Brant Seely and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card TUESDAY NIOMT CBC News Probe 1220 Jim Elliot John Charles Show News, Weather World at Six and Sports Stan Bailey Show Phone Bill Show Jim Parsons Show Jim Elliot Pr0be 1220 Noon Farm WEDNESDAY Jim Elliot Show Newt, Weathar and Spoils and Prices Jack Stan Bailey Show Probe 1220 John Charles -Show f.OQ World at Six CHEC-FM 100.9 MON. THRU FRI. a.m.-l2 noon Don 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-O t p.m.-lO p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m.-12 midnight (Bob Concle) 1-2 p.m. The Hour (German program) 2-4 p.m. Don Hedman SATURDAY I a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Don Hedman t p.m.-l a.m. Dell-O ....._________ SUNDAYS Concerts, Overtures 6 p.m. and Encores Concerts, Overturn (Bob Concie) and Encores CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY PJck of-ihe Goons Time As It Happens Radio ____ Stock Market Holidays Bob Kerr World at 8 BBC News Eye Opener Home Run The World at Nine News This Country World at SIX t p.m-12 midnight Concerts, overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) Signal Eye Opener WEDNESDAY aslO CBC Tuesday Nlghf Warm Up News, Sports Weather From the Capitals Five Nights week Don't Miss .Reading The Lethbridge Herald CHINNOOK COMING OUT TODAY (Included with your copy of The Herald) Southern Alberta's IARGEST Rural Crculdtion Copies-Over Readers apC-TV Channel 7 (CaMevWon Ch. TUESDAY MIGHT PollceCode Bevertey Hillbillies Avengers Truth or Wrestling Consequences WEDNESDAY PinocchJo News Farm and Ed Allen Klahanie Won Ami Friendly Giant Mr. Dress Up Sesame Street The Hollywood Squares Great Movies: TEA Watergate News News Sp. Lets Make a Deal Kara's (Corner Galloping Gourmet Joan Take 30 Edge of Night Family Court Drop In CKN-TV Icthbridoo Channel 13 (Cabltviiion Ch. 4) TUESDAY MI0HT ssstar Trek Beat tue Clock Paul lynde Headline Hunters Search The JO Ian Tyson Marcus Wtfby New> WU30 Stampede Go-Row Merv Griffin WCDMCSOAY Thought for Day University or Air Canada A-M. Romper Room Yoga TroutM with Tracy UncJe Booty Supermarket Pierre Berton Maple Street News d Family Movie: The Ride Back Eye Set Somerset Another World What's The Good Anything YOB Can Do Buckshot Star Trek NenS Beat the dock KRTV Great Falb Channel 3 (CablevWon Ch. 9) TUESDAY ApltMlKa World Term tMCaasSn Maude Today Shew ___12.-00 News Bridget Loves Today In Montana The Doctors Benfls Pyramid Another WorM Movie: Inddent on Sale of the Century New JMaUh Garni Dartc Street Squares Secret Storm Hawaii ftve-O Jeopardy Mike Douglat News Who, What, Whore Wild Tonight Show News WEDNESDAY News NBC Nlghtty Nfwl Our World Baffled News KFBB-TV Great TUESDAY N16MT Troth or Consequences Temperatures Rising Hardcase Atoran Welby News Movie: rath Channel 5 (CaMevMm Ch. 11) WEDNESDAY Farm I Newt News ____ Jade UaLaime Aoorey Canoeing Gourmet Ycong Restless Searcti for Tomorrow AM My CWWren ItVs Mrtt A Deal Nmtywtd Game Nnra General Hospital One Ufa to UM of our UVM Place Three on MstcT) Dating Gama Spin Second X Big demand for housing OTTAWA (CP) Housing starts bave maintained last year's record pace so far this year but demand has been climbing. Central Mortgage and Hous- ing Corp. (CMHC) said today that actual urban starts for the first sis. months reached slightly above the total in the same period last year. The corporation does not have June figures yet for bousing de- mand but May statistics dis- closed that the number of unoc- cupied one-and two-family dwellings in metropolitan areas was 24 per cent less than at the end of May, 1972. There was a progressive shrinking in unoc- cupied housing in the first five months of the year. CMHC officials said today the government is aiming for about the same number of ing starts this year as in 1972. About units were started last year while the corporation projects this year, based on the current rate of construc- tion. How rising mortgage interest rates will affect demand is un- certain, a CMHC spokesman said. Lending institutions have raised mortgage rates several tunes in the last three months. Jazz show loses money NEW YORK (AP) As tte last notes of the 10-day Newport Jazz Festival in New York impresario George Wein is thinking that he probably bit off more than he could chew this year and tost money. But he enjoyed himself and he's making plans for next year. The last concert, a sellout at seat Nassau CoUiseum, starred Aretha Franklin, Duke Ellington and Ray Charles. After 18 years in. Newport, but the first few years run by two years in New York, Wein says the festi- val will be back in New York again next year. Profits from, jazz festivals he presents in other cities around the world will have to offset this year's losses here, Wein JAPANESE PHONES There are about 19.8 million telephones in Japan. Festival draws Large crowds sent the festival audition tapes, asking to be booked for an ap- pearance, but Mariposa had room for only two unknowns- one of whom was Bai Konte, who came all the way from Burton blames film careers for breakup YORK (AP) Richard Burton says private and profes- sional interests ratter than lack of love are the factors in his separation from Elizabeth Tay- lor. no question about our mutual love .and devotion for each Burton said in a statement released through his law firm. '1 don't consider Elizabeth and I are actually separated. It's just that our private and professional interests are keep- ing us apart. Miss Taylor announced Tues- day that she and her husband were separating after nine years of marriage. She ex- pressed the hope that they will be reconciled i.w SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Moyfair Theatre "ON THE BUSES" in technicolor. Starring Reg Varney, Doris Hate, Stephen Lewis and Anna Karen. Tuesday and Wednesday, July 10 and 1L Tuesday show at pan. Adult FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "RAGE" in color. Starring Academy Award winner George a Scott. Tuesday, July 10. Show at 8 p.nx .suitable for children PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "STEELYARD In color. Starring Jane Fonda and Donald Sutherland. Tuesday, July 10. Show at p.m. suitable fir children. TABER Tower Theatre In COOT. Tuesday, July 10. Show at and pjn. Adult. IRISH GYPSY ROVERS IN THE IMPERIAL LOUNGE NIGHTLY At The PARK PLAZA Tilt JULY 14th Medal for Duke Bandleader Duke Ellington speaks from his piano bench in New York, his newly-acquired French Legion of Honor medal hanging from his left lapel. Ellington was honored by ihe French ambassador to the United States, Jacques Kosciusko-Morizet, for his contribution to the world of jazz and cultural values of today's world. Stunning show OTTAWA (CP) Modern wonders of electronics and stage craft have been combined with classical ballet and (he words of William Shakespeare in a stunning new production of Borneo and Juliet at the Na- tional Arts Centre. Star Cross'd, the title given Mennonites 'in shell too long9 EDMONTON (CP) It's time Mennonites "came out of their shells" and made their beliefs known to other Cana- dians, says Rev. Jake TOifczky, president- of the conference of Mennonites in Canada. "We've been in a sheH for many years, and that shell per- haps has been be said in an interview during the con- ference's 71st annual session. "I'm happy that we're getting more involved on the national and political scene on issues such as minority rights and capital punishment." Mr. TUHzky, of Abbotsford, B.C., suggested that since Men- nonites know from personal ex- perience what it is to be part of a minority group, they could perhaps be of value to other minority groups in Canada who wish to retain then- own cus- toms. The Conference of Men- nonites in Canada has about members in British Co- lumbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario. Dental fees up WINNIPEG (CP) The Manitoba Dental Association has announced a ten-per-cent increase in fees in a new schedule just distributed to the province's dentists. PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Hitter Last Ten Last Complete Show Adult PARAMOUNT COOMA "Mary Poppias" Last Complete Show Family COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "High Plains Drifter" Last complete show Restricted Adult GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "J. W. Ooop" "Dad's Army" One complete show Adult ttoe work by choreographer Brian Macdonald from tfie pro- logue of the play, opened Satin- day night and won five-min- ute ovation from an audience which nearly packed the seat opera house. Featured in the lovers' roles are Lawrence a West Virginian now with the Pennsyl vania Ballet, and Annette av Paul, a graduate of the Royal Swedish Ballet who created the rote of Rose Latulippe for the Royal Winnipeg Ballet Music was composed by Harry Fresdman of Toronto in Elizabethan Renaissance style, using instruments of Shake- day, such as lutes, recorders and viols. The music is prominent only in the ensemble dances, and gives way to recordings of Shakespeare's words, spoken or whispered and reproduced in multi-channel sound. TtiHcfay, July 10, 1973 THf UTHM1DO! HtXALD 7 TORONTO (CP) premier showcase for folk mu- sk, the Mariposa Folk Festival, drew capacity crowds Friday, Saturday and Sunday At To- ronto's Centre Island, dispelling any doubt that it has grown into an established institution. Organizers, who had budgeted for promotion, spent only a fraction of that as word- of-mouth was mainly respon- sible for the audiences of about each day. About 150 new folk musicians Dick Fioml, a member of the ocal music fraternity and a Mariposa promoter, told a sem- inar at the festival that the Ca- nadian Association of Per- formers, Authors and Con> wsers (be organization in charge of collecting fees for the use of Canadian songs on radio and television and in clubs and concerts-paid out million in royalties in 1972. Al Mair, folksinger Gordon Llghtfoot'a told the seminar that is touring parts of Russia in January, the first Western folk .ringer to receive such an in- vitation. Musically, Mariposa waf weekend of contrst with almost 150 concerts and spread over the three days. Malvina Reynolds, a haired woman more than 70 years old, sang many of her Own iDClOBQlff Little Boxes. There was a concert of love songs, featuring many of the festival's name performers, such as Jack Schectman and JohnPrine. Boy, 3, killed near Standard ROSEBUD (CP) George Ba-con, 3, of Rosebud, died when the car in winch be was riding overturned near Stan- dard, about 40 miles east of Cal- gary. TONIGHT "THE LINEMEN" at the MINERS' 733 13th St. N. MEMBERS AND THBR GUESTS ONLY Radio station broadcasts in Cree CROSS LAKE, Man. CENC, a radio station broad- casting 75 per cent in Cree and 25 per cent in English has gone on the ah- for the first time and organizers hope it will do great things for this remote northern Manitoba community. The licence for the tow-power AM operation was granted to Native Communications Inc., a nanced by the Manitoba depart- ment of northern affairs. Its di- rectors are native people from across the province. Cross Lake, 390 miles north of Winnipeg, receives no out- side radio or television daytime broadcast service. MA GEORGESON'S SOUTHERN STYLE FOOD TAKE-OUT 425 13th Street North (In The Westminster Shopping Plaza) Phone 328-0334 Now Open 7 Days A Week from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Owned and Operated by her son Ernie Georgeson green acres drive-in TONIH AND WED. ADULT-NOT SUITAMf FOR CHIlOtEN RIOTOUS FIRST RUN COMEDY DAD'S ARMY" Gates Open 9 p.m. One Complete Shew at p.ai. ADUIT paramount TONIGHT thru THURS. At and p.m. HITLER: THE LAST TEH DJDfS Kids 75c Anytime SKIT AGAIN AND AGAIN wfthtfwr Superalifragilistic music! paramount cinema TONin THRU THURS. AT tJ5 ML RESTRICTED ADULT college cinema NOW SHOWING At 7.-00 9.-00 p.m. ;