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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta NO EAR 1HIUMS Music lias nothing to do willi a snake, as a snake is nnab'c to hear sound waves in the air, having no external ears or ear drums. STKONG WIND The strongest winds near the surface of ll'ic earth were those at ML Washington, N.H., on April 12, 1934, when the wind blew nt miles an hour. 1TV HIGHLIGHTS! MONDAY MOVIE: The Smugglers, (i p.m., Ch. 8: The European tjur of a woman and her stepdaughter is being used as a cover-up for a smuggling operation. Stars Shirley Booth and Carol Lynley. Hangman, p.m.. Ch. il: A deputy marshal plans to use a criminal's girlfriend as bait to cap- ture him. Stars Robert Taylor and Tina Louise. SPECIAL: Truclcau's Pacific Tour, 8 Cli. A special news program on the recent trip of Prime Min- ister Trudeau lo Australia, New Zealand and Japan. COMEDY: Carol Burnett, p.m., Ch. 13: Guests Donald O'Connor and Nancy Wilson join Carol in a rerun salute to old MGM films. DRAMA: Ironside, 10 p.m.. Ch. 13: The chief detective works with a Communist counterpart to search out the murderer at an international conference. With James Shigeia. TUESDAY MOVIE: The Heart of tlic Mutter. 1 Cli. 13: Based on the Graham Greene rovcl. a 1954 English film in which a deputy commissioner's pily for the unhappy and oppressed leads him into great conflict. Stars Trevor Howard and Maria Schcll. MOVIE: Fort Bowie, p.m., Cli. A jealous Cavalry commander orders or.e of his officers on a suicidal mis- sion. With Ben Johnson and Jan Harrison. if CJOG News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour ll'OO Continental Rhap- Galloping Gourrne! sody Gardening Distinguished Farn; Artists Probe 1220 MONDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 Road Report World at 6 Paul Tividar Market Report News Paul Tivadar Rob Ingram CBC News TUESDAY Jlrn Elliott Show Sports Jack Thys Country Music Matinee Paul Tividar Profce 1220 Newx on the Hour CHEC Wthr., Sports on the Holf Hour MONDAY NIGHT The Album Ga 5-00 News CHEC FM 100.? Farm News, Stocks Herb Johnson StacK Mkt Rcpori 6.00 H, B, Carndby Dinner Showcase Back to the Bible TUESDAY The Voice o1 China Farm News World Tomorrow News, Wthr., Sport; C Music for Lflle Stock Mkt Report Sports. Wihr. Niters Woman's World Farm News, 5locks Joan Pauiey Comments News, Wthr., Sports Cattle Prices Show Time Jean Pauiey imenls MONDAY NIGHT Tempo World at Six Supplement Guest Appcaran As It Happens National News Five Ntghls a Week Maigrct Distinguished Artists Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour Songs from tha Classic: Cohen Music Pnsl Midnight TUESDAY Eye Opener News Assignment World at Eight Commentary Max Ferguson Galloping Gourmet BBC Wei Weather Nathan News Consumers Matinee Andrew Allan Radio Noon After Noon Schools Broadcast Matinee Personality Aflernon Concert Actuality Of Now BESTWAY Brings You A Brand New RENTAL SERVICE BUCK AND WHITE PORTABLE TV BLACK AND WHITE CONSOLE TV COLOR PORTABLE TV COLOR CONSOLE TV By the Week Month pr Year! FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT CONVENKNT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES Cor. 4th Ave.-5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 {Cablevision Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT Fashion News News 1C) Luncheon Dal Tclcprobc 7 Hillbillies Tnree sroogcs teleprobe Here Comej Hie Brides Let's Go To His Races Trudeau Pacific Tour Front P, 3 VVrt Our Tov.-n TUESDAY Finnocnlo and Ot Mr. Dressup Htl Allen News Frionclly Grant (c) i Chei Helena Name of ire Game Our Town Hillbillies tr Luncheon Delft Part 2 Movie: Forl Bowie Take 30 Edge of fliult. Gallopinti Oourmel Sivingaround PulnstufI CFCN Lelhbridge Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4} MONDAY NIGHT TUESDAY Magistrate's Court News News Cartoons Room 222 (c) Buckshot (C) Hern's Lucy University of Air Heart of It Takes n Thief c Uncle Bobby Hie Mailer Carol BurneSt Rnnm (ri People In Conflict Pig 'M Whistle 8'30 Room (c) Doclor's Diary Grampa GiMus F jerre Barton P.irlons Francais Wynne's Pan Today Show Popeye Peyton Place Bewiiciied Ironside (c) News (rl Edciar Wallace Today KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) MONDAY NIGHT News Here's Lucy f. Movie: The Rowan and Martin News c Tonight Show e TUESDAY Salute Agriculture Our World 15 Salute Agriculture Today Show c Today in Monl? is fale ol the Century Squares c Jeopardy c Who, What Whtn News Another World Somerset As the world Turns Odys of Our Lives The Doctors Another World c Edge of Night c Gomer Pyle Douglas c Andy Griliitn Cronkite News Lucille Ball c Huntley-Brinkley c KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Ciblevision Ch. 11) MONDAY MIGHT Jack LaUanns c Love Is a Many 7.55 GalloDlna Gourmet Splendorecl My World and Welcome To If Mayberry RFD c Movie: Hangman Now TV-5 News Merv Griffin c TUESDAY News Kannaroo r. II Takfii two Best of Everything That Girl A World Apart c Bewitched AM My Children TV-5 News Make a Oea1 c Lancer Newlyived Game Dating Game Secret Storm c CATV On" Life In I iv< t MONDAY (Tfl Dark Shadows Soccer Movie Column. Bandleader Tin-Movie Column shows that attract older view- By HUH THOMAS j ers, everything is simply wun- HOLLYWOOD (AP) While wun.ierful for Lawrence Last Laugh ___________ Monday, Juno I, 1970 !HE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 5 certain industry observers arc predicting trouble for television Wclk. He recently signed for his lOlh The Music Box Promote Canadian Recording Talent By MICHAEL BENNETT Canadian 1'rcss Start Writer Every week, 13 disc jockeys from Vancouver to Halifax get together and run up a four-figure telephone bill trying to promote Canadian recording talent. Their stations are members of the Maple Leaf System, a loosely knit co-operative started last summer in an at- tempt to give home-grown musicians a place on the Top 40 charts alongside the Bea- tles and the Archies. "I used to take all ir.y rec- ord feed from the United States and I always knew what was happening in Los Angeles, Chicago and New says Roy Henncssy, music director of CKLG-AM in Vancouver and IflTU chair- ma'.i of the MLS. "But it would take me two weeks to find out what they were playing in Calgary. Now I've got a music director miles away trying to think the same as I am. 'Til probably have two ul- cers instead of one by the end of the year." llennessy supervises a con- ference call every Thursday with CKXL, Calgary; CHED, Edmonton; CKOM, Saska- toon; CKCK, Regina; CFRW, Winnipeg; CI-ILO, St. Thomas; CKOC, Hamilton; CHUM-AM, Toronto: CKPT, Peterborough; C F R A, Ot- tawa; CFOX, Montreal and C.ICH. Halifax. PLAY GUARANTEED The disc jockeys spend about an hour and a half eval- uating the latest Canadian sin- gles. A record earning the maximum 10 points is auto- matically charted, seven points put it on the stations' play lists and the top three singles arc guaranteed a min- imum or two weeks' air play. Tired of seeing Canadian talent going nowhere, Hen- nessy, J. Robert Wood of CHUM and Frankk Gould of CFOX created the Maple Leaf System last May. It now has 16 member voting and three associate. MLS stations broke "Which Way You Coin', by the Poppy Family, which be- came a Canadian smash, and prompted national exposure for groups like the Original Caste and Gainsborough Gal- lery from Calgary and lid- ward Bear of Toronto. The system also publishes a national Top 30-a representa- tion of (he charts across (be a b i -w e e k 1 y newsletter it plans to offer '.o smaller stations as a tip sheet. "We check on everything the record companies us and addresses of the musicians, publishers a n d writers." said llennessy. "We've bad more than one try to hype an American group as Canadian." Hennessy says the Canadian Radio-Television C o m m i s- sion's proposal on Canadian content will make the system even more important, and he's talking about starting a branch for country-and-west- c r n and middle-of-the-road slalions. COMPETITION TOUGH "Groups have to realize it's not enough to the battle of [he bands in Vancouver or Edmonton or Toronto. "They're competing against records with guys like Hal Elaine on drums. This guy does nothing but sit in the stu- dio eight hours a day, fivo days a week drumming out la't singles. "He sits in on about 60 per cent of the singles released And they think they can go up against that? "A local group may be the greatest group in town on stage, but if they can't put it together on record, they just don't get played." Hennessy also hopes the Maple Leaf System will pro- pi o t c more responsibility among recording companies in this country. "One of them turned in profits back to (he United States last he said. "Two per cent of it went lo furthering Canadian talent and the company released IB singles. "Dig this: Another one makes a Canadian artist or group buy the first 300 copies of his album. "And Tom Jones is guaran- teed 575.000 for one night in Vancouver, leaving behind !5 per cent in taxes. "Why not.make it 50 pel- cent for development of Cana- dian Migration o Killing Small Towns CALGARY fCP) Country- to-city migration may be killing small Alberta towns, E. J. Pol- anski of Atliabaska, pesident of the Alberta Chamber of Com- merce, saitl here. The problem will b.e discussed at Ihe chamber's three-day an- imal meeting in Medicine Hat this week, including a resolu- tion calling on the provincial i government for a general plan i to control the population flow, i The meeting starts Sunday. 1 Small villages were the first i i to suffer hut now the migration j was leapfrogging even middle- j towns anil cities like Red Deer in favor of Edmonton and Calgary. j "If it goes on unchecked we i will end up with only two or three or five poinls of popula- Air. I'jian'ki said in an interview. Today's Showtimes CAP I TO I, "Stninger "Stranger In Last Complete P.-MIAJTOUNT THEATRE "Magic Short Last Complete COLLEGE CINEMA "Ben One Complete (iliEK.V AC'HHS DRIVE-IN " of "Kye of One Complete season with lire same sponsor. j J. B. Williair.s. And that's for a 52-week season, not the usual 32 to 39 of most scries. Welt's hour has been on ABC since July 2, 1955, ar.d it may last forever. This is despite the recent trend v.vyy from olds- ter-appeal shows by advertisers aiming at the 18-lo-lfl market. One long-time seer of the televi- sion market even predicted that I Welk and Ed Sullivan, both with mature audiences, would vanish from tlic networks after next season. "We have more to go on than what tomes uut of Madison Ave- nue." lie bandleader said de- fiantly. "I feel that any show that gives an hour of pure en. j terlainmcnt s t a n d s a good j chance of survival. "I plan lo make that man eat his words." For 15 years in network tele- vision Welk has been defying i the scoffers, tlr.? wiseacres and Ihe fun-pokers. His style seems i to have remained the same, j say but in reality he has changed. "We arc changing our mode of presentation all the time, yet I vn'j can't make the change so j severe that you sink with it. jTuat happens with a lot of They stall making changes ard all of a sudden they lave no format; they're neither fish nor fowl. "Next season Til try to make improvements, without going !ar. I like lo pull a little stunt now and then, like on the first show this season when 1 came on as a hippie. Some of There bachelors so many he! Akicrshol. land, that Ihe Further lie liun Centre has opened :i co leaching them everything from cooking to washing. ess; Tin1 word "pop'' in reference ing-: to soft drinks probably origi- ica-inaled because of the pupping sound made by the removal of Ihe caps of Ihe early bottled drinks. I the elderly people thought 1 had changed my style. I hadn't." Wclk boasted of his "nice, loyal, stable audience." It in- cludes the extremely notices tire youngsters v.'ho cheer for his bubble when he appears on floats in parades. "We lose them when they be- come he admitted. "For that reason Saturday night is the best night on television I for my show; it's date night [or j Ihe youngsters. "Then we get them back j when they are newlywcds and j start staying home. It's the j j mothers and the support our show." COST IS LOW I Cost is another factor that contributes to the longevity of the Welk show; it is the least- expensive variety hour in night-, lime television. He has long j maintained the practice of pay- j j ing his perforrr.aners originally 20. now -13, at union scale, rea- j soiling that they are rewarded by personal appearances, a 1 profit-sharing plan and other benefits. j Incidentally one of the I changes in the Welk show over the years has been the disap- pearance of Ms trademark j "wunnerful, wunnerful." II e talks better now. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC SUITE 8-304 5th St. 5. Above NaHonal Store Phone 327-7244 lethbiidge ROSS HOSAK, ALBERTA THEATRES IN LETHBRIDGE JUNE 3rd AND 4th SHRINE CIRCUS EXHIBITION GROUNDS Advance tickets on sale At CAMM'S SHOES AND FOSTER'S JEWELLERY ADULTS 2.00 CHILDREN 1.00 CARDSTON Mciyfair Theatre "THE ITALIAN JOB'' in color, s'.arring Michael Is'o3l Coward and Maggie Blye. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, June 1, 2 and 3. Please note one show only at p.m. Monday. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THE.FIRST TIME" in color, starring Jacqueline Bisset. Tuesday and Wednesday, June 2 and o. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult Not suitable for children. P1NCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "MIDNIGHT COWBOY" in color, starring Dustin Hoffman and Jon Voight. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs- day, June I, 2, 3 and Monday show al. p.m. Re- stricted adult. TABER Tower Theatre "THE WILD BUNCH" in color, starring William Holden. Ernest Borgnine and Robert Ryan. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, June 1, 2 and 3. Monday shows at and p.m. Restricted adult. Get more out of life Take the family to a PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Public Swimming Schedule June 1st 8th Inclusive FRITZ SICK POOL Wed., June NOON HOUR SWIM 12.00 1.00 p.m. Public Swimming 4.00 5.30 p.m. Public Swimming............... 7.30 9.30 p.m. Fri., June NOON HOUR SWIM )2.00 1.00 p.m. Public Swimming............... 7.00 9.00 p.m. Sat., June Public Swimming 3.00 5.00 p.m. Sun., June 7th- Public Swimming 1.00 5.00 p.m. Family Swimming.............. 6.00 8.00 p.m. AAon., June NOON HOUR SWIM 12.00 1.00 p.m. LIONS POOL Mem., June 1st- Public Swimming 4.00 3.00 p.m. Tues., June Public Swimming -1.00 8.00 p.m. Wed., June 3rd- Public Swimming 3.00 8.00 p.m. Thur5., June Public Swimming 4.00 8.00 p.m. Fri., June 5th- Public Swimming 4.00 S.OO p.m. Sot., June 6th- Public Swimming 1.00 8.00 p.m. Sun., June 7lh- Public Swimming 1.00 8.00 p.m. Mori., June 8lh- Public Swimming 4.00 S.OO p.m. THIS ADVERTISEMENT WILL APPEAR EACH MONDAY AND THURSDAY AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT GET YOUR TICKETS NOW FOR OUR FUN FILLED HAWAIIAN LUAU FEATURING INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED KALANI BROWNE and his MAUI SOUND 9 Piece Dance Band with Hawaiian Floor Show 3 BIG NIGHTS! THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND CABARET SATURDAY, JUNE 18. 19, 20lhl GENERAL GRANT AND CAROLINA ROOMS Admission by ticket only Thursday and Friday each (includes Hawaiian Dinntr find Entertainment) Hawaiian Cabaret Saturday Admission SI.25 (Food Available) Tickets Now on Sale at El Ranclio Front Desk and Cashier. ENJOY OUR LUNCHEON BUFFET SERVED DAILY 12 TO 2 P.M. PRIME RIB SMORGASBORD In Our Licensed Dining Room M ONLY L RESERVATIONS NOT REQUIRED! PLENTY OF FREE PARKING! Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 327-5701 BEEN ACRES TONIGHT and TUESDAY 'lerror that takes you beyond any fear you've ever Known! ADULT Michael Hunnicutt- Eleanor Parkei Gates Open 8 p.m. Show at p.m. One Comple'e Show SECOND FEATURE who holds the deadly key to the PEPPHRD MIELLES 1 NOW SHOWING At and p.m. The Picture That Is Anti Everything RESTRICTED ADULT TeterSellers in coming ONLY GAME IN TOWN" Next V LIZ TAYLOR WARREN BEATTY OklLEGEi COUEGEMAU TONIGHT and TUES. Tonight tit 8 p.m. Family HELD OVER ANOTHER TWO DAYS THE CROWDS JUST WONT LET IT GO HURRY AND SEE IT1 POSITIVELY ENDS TUESDAY The World's Most Honored Motion Picture.! Winner of 11 Academy Awards including "Jlest I INTACT FULL LENGTH NOTHING CUT COMING NEXT "THE LAWYER" BARRY NEWMAN-HAROLD GOULD TODAY thru WED. 2 TOP ACTION FEATURES 2 He's the living-and dying- end in excitement! ADULT MGM puscals An Allen Klein Production starring Dan Vudis METROCOL.OR RVJHGH SECOND FEATURE No one knew the stranger.., not the gang of killers he or the women he ruined! tiGMptesiiiUAnAllEriKleinTrotefa -iiamniTony Anthony "Astpnger ifttown" in.Mclrocolor ;