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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wxlnxdoy, March 7, 197} THE UTHBRIDCE HEW ID S HIGHLIGHTS MUSIC: Lawrence Welk, 0 p.m., Ch. 7. Down-South fav- orites highlight tonight's musical program. SPORT: NHL Hockey, 6 p.m., Ch. 13. The Toronto Maple Leafs meet the Canadiens In Montreal. DRAMA: The Waltons, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. The sale of a new- born calf for creates havoc in the Walton family and.ef- forts to recover the animal develop into a major project. DRAMA: This Land, 8 p.m., Cb. 7. The story is told of a seal hunting ship being trapped in the ice off Newfoundland in 1914 and many of tire crew, perished in a Wizzzard while making their way across the ice. MOVIE DRAMA: p.m.. Ch. 13. Astro- nauts are trapped in orbit due to malfunctioning insruments. Special effects highlight this 1S69 film. DOCUMENTARY: Images of Conoda, p.m., Ch. 7. "Ties That Bind" is a history of the Maritunes from 1600 to Confederation. SPORT: Curling Results, p.m., Ch. 7. Third day action in the Canadian Curling Championships from Edmon- ton. MOVIE DRAMA: "Born 1? midnight, Ch. 7. A violent tale about a war veteran and a California motor- cycle gang. INTERVIEW: Merv Griffin, 1Z midnight, Ch. 13. Rex Har- rison, Michael Caine and Sebastian Cabot are guests. THURSDAY MOVIE'DRAMA: "Asylnm For a 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A CIA agent is ordered to feign a breakdown to trap a spy at a mental hospital. Film scmgs fail to pass test RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Rodio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule ii due to last-minute changes by ihe stations and is not the res- ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC Morley MeGlll and Allan Bell corfemparary News; Doug Marvin Contemporary Sporfs; Leo Dow Farm Musie We Remember rrrtpOfL iuntfay Morning: MONDAY thru FRIDAY Leo Dow Farm John Oliver Bob Hesketh _ N _ 8'35 iz.ij r-arrri news Chec Trading Pos) 12r20 Cattle Price Grain Prices Call of the Land Jack Neufeld Paul Tessler CJOG wUh Bill SVellon, Rad WhlH, Bill Malhescnj Sport and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card irent WEDNESDAY NIGHT Probe 1210 World at Six, John Walker Requeil Line John Charlfi Jim Parsons THURSDAY Jim Elliot CBC News News, Wthr. Sporl Phone Bill Stiow Joan Walerffcld Jim Elliot CH1C-FM 100.9 MONDAY tlmi FRIDAY SATURDAY 6 neon 6 noon [Jon McMaiter Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-0 12 noon-6 D v Don Hedmafi 10p.m.-t3 midnight Concerts, and Encores (DoD Ccficie} Hed p.m.-l a.m. Dell-O SUNDAYS a.m.o p.m. Concerts, and Encores Probe 1320 News, Wlhr, Sport News and Grain Prices Jack Johnny Walker 1230 World at Six [Bob Concle) p.m. The Hour program) 3-fi p.m. Don Hedman 6 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concle) Radto WEDNESDAY NIGHT WrIITen In Rock World it Six THURSDAY As It Happens Warmtp Concern Opener News, Sporls, Wrhr B.M wcrltf 8 From the Capitals Five Nfghls a week Vancouver This Counlrv Chamber Orth. Radio Noon 1010 Calgary SfockmarXel School Broadcasts Max Ferguson Bob Kerr BBC News Run News 6: c rid at 4; 30 Ai It The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK Saturates The Southern Alberta Market! Reaching over Lethbridge and district readers bi-monthly. Got something you want to tell? Next Chinook will be out March 20th. (Advertising Deadline March 14th) CALl 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION! CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) sesame Street Pink Panlher Luncheon Oate Ed Allen WEDNESDAY HIOH1 Hollywood Squares C'JOC News Welk Born Losers THURSDAY Super Heroes PinoccJllo HOLLYWOOD (AP) Music The Godfather and from iperfly won't be in contention r an Oscar, the Motion Pic- re Academy has ruled. First, the Academy dis- overed that one possibility, reddle's Dead from Superfly ailed to pass the musical test ecause no lyrics are sung in he film. Then the Academy learnei ast week that the big box office .1, Godfather, hart music ttia idn't qualify as "best origina score." 'Now we discover that ove theme in The Godfathe the same one he (Nin lota) used in a motion pictur ailed Fortunella several yea Academy president Dan el Taradash said. Those nominated for consider ition as the best film song 972 were the title song of Ben ly Walter Scharf and Do Black; Come Follow, Follow M rom The Little Ark, Fred ilarsha Karlin; Marmalad Molasses and Honey from Lit and Times of Judge Roy Beai Maurice Jarre and Marilyn an Alan Bergman; The Mornin After from The Poseidon A venture, Al Kasha and Joel Hi schorn; and Strange Are tl Ways of Love, from The Sters of a little-known clan that sings commercials about cars, other. beer, shampoo End chewing gum. Their type of singing is a ilghly-specialized, million-dollar business. A top singer can earn a year and more, ac- cording to industry sources. But it's a tough market to crack. Experts in the business say there only are about 30 singers ,.in New York, where most of the work is concen- trated, who earn a living from jingles. About half of these, including Kenny Karen, who grew up in Montreal, and Leslie Miller, from Mamaroneck, N.Y., get most of the work. It's not un- usual for them to do 10 record- ing sessions a week, MOST YOUNG The top singers are mostly In their'20s and early 30s, with solid experience in singing all kinds of contemporary music, I from acid rock to gentle jazz, j Most got started in the middle 1960s, when the pop music revo- lution was underway. They sang in backup groups at record ses- and writers hope to sell to es- tablished stars. When jingles began empha- sizing the "now" stand, they knew how to capture that sound with only minutes of rehearsal necessity with studio costs running an hour and higher. And they all knew each "We all know each other's voices and with all the differen demo records we've done we said Miss Miller. 'You has'e to be says Karen, 29, who began sing- ing as a choir boy at his fa- ther's synagogue In Montreal. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. KOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 8-----304 StK Si. S. Ph. 327-7244 lelhbridge paramount TONITE and THURS. FIRST SHOW 7 P.M. 4 4th AM. Sovth. "I don't -want to live RESTRICTED the rest of my life ADULT as a man... SECOND FEATURE The young people return to MYO1J> MAN'S FTACE COLOR NEW YORK (AP) Mera- iers of the Writers Guild of merica on bolli East and West oast went on strike Tuesday gainst television and movie roducers, a spokesman for the juild east" announced. At membership meetings Feb. 0, the spokesman said, the ouncil of each guild was given uhorization to strike if guild demands were not met by March 5, when Hie old contract out. At a meeting Monday night in Los Angeles, a guild spokesman laid minimums for writers now itand at for a one-hour ;how, although the so-called 'going rate' is about They said the group is seek- ng a minimum for a one-hour script. NOMINATED FOR 10 ACADEMY AWARDS INCLUDING "LISA MINNELL1" BEST ACTRESS RESTRICTED ADULT paramount cinema M St. An. South. AT P.M. DEFINITELY ENDS TONIGHT RESTRICTED ADULT coiiege cinema An. A Ibyor Dr. 32S-6W Tonite and Thurs. At and p.m. .STEVE MAcGRAW IN Si TOOO-AO 35 THE MOST EXCITING SHOW SINCE "BUHITT Canadian TV adtress dies TORONTO (CP) Hilary Vernon, a widely-known Cana- dian television actress, died in her Toronto home of cancer. She was in her late 40s. Wife actor Leslie Yeo, she played many CBC-TV roles from the early days of tele- vision until 1969. She and her husband came here after operating a theatre in Newfoundland for several seasons. paramount cinema 8th St 4tfa Ave. South, 327-5100 STARTS TOMORROW AT and P.M. Today's -Showtimes I Want What I Want" 'My Old Man's Place" Last Complete Show Restricted Adult PARAMOUNT CINEMA "Cabaret" Last Complete Show Restricted Adult COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "The Getaway" Last Complete Show Restricted Adult WEDNESDAY NIGHT at the LEGION For Your Dining and Dancing Pleasure in our VIMY LOUNGE "BLUE" MEMBERS AND GUKTS ONLY Wages an ice-cold war on your nerves presents a Mel Ferrer production Screenplay by William Fairchild Produced by Mel Ferrer Directed by Gordon Hessler STARRING Richard Roundtree Chuck Corners Marie Jose Nat Ray Milland Broderick Crawford and Max von Sydow as Gorenko ;