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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 1TV HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNESDAY SPORT: Pro Hockey, 6 p.m., Cli. 13. The Detroit Red Wings meet the Maple Leafs in Toronto. DOCUMENTARY: This Land, 8 p.m., Cli. 7. An ecolo- gical report on the Gulf of St. Lawrence traces industrial development along the shore line and its effects on climate and sea life. MOVIE WESTERN: p.m., Ch. 13... James Stewart and Dean Martin as outlaw brothers pur- sued through Texas and Mexico by a sheriffs posse. DRAMA: Emergency, 9 p.m., Cli. 11. The paramedic team deals with a variety of emergency cases during its shift on duty. PHOKH.E: Marek Jahlonski, p.m., Cli, 7. A profile of pianist Marek Jablonski and a return journey to his na- tive Poland. (He appeared in concert in Lethbridge last Friday.) MOVIE DKAJUA: "From Here To p.m. Cli. 7. Ad adaptation of the novel about life "in a Honolulu army post ju st before the attack on Pearl Harbor. THURSDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "Smoke 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A cavalry detachment braves the dangers of the uncharted Colorado River to escape a hand of warring Indians. MOVIE COMEDY: "We're No 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A story about three escapees from the penal colony on Devil's Island. TO TV Prasrams are listed by radio and television .lotions. Any Variation In program schedule Is due to last- irinuto (hwigei by ihe stations and is net the nspon. ilbjllty of Ihe Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo end Photographic Centre. CHEC Roger Channon wJlh Contemporary Sporls Morley McG.U with Contemporary News THURSDAY Leo Dow Buryl Clark Oliver CheOIrm Dave King WEDNESDAY NIGHT Dave King Carry Hegtand Jack NewJeld CJOC WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY Wcrrd at Six Jim Elliot Rob Innram Show CBC Nev.s Request Act-en News, Wlnr, Spcr Wslfcer Shew Phone DIM Show a.m. Doug Wayne Barry son Show Probe 1220 News, Wfhr, Sport News and Grain Prkes Jack Thys Rob Ingram World at MON. THRJ SAT. Den rVacMastEr Conc'rh (Bob CHEC FM Hourly Wlhr. Hcff Hour Ccmle) i Din A: 00 Dor> Sign-Off Radio T010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT Alberla Concerts THURSDAY Wcrlci at Six News Eyo Opener (iMA-, II Happ-ni VancouvEr Chamber 9-CO World at ESBerwe'e" Ourwrws Arts This News, Sports, Wffir Orchestra SchDOll Five Mights a weex J World 6 Unrch S, THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD _ 5 SONY TC366 THREE-HIAD FEATURES: Reversible Sfanfed Walnut Base provide! the perfect angle for either Horizontal or Vertical Operation Noise Suppressor tl Three-Headi for Source Monitoring 9 Ultra-High Frequency Bias Pause Control willi Lock Servo Controlled Back Vibration-Free Molor Sound-on-Sound Cap- ability Record Equalization Selector Two VU Melcri Suggested 319.95 ANGLO DISTRIBVTORS Steieo and irkologiapliic Cenlei 419 Stri Sf. S. Phone 328-6922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 {Cablevision Ch, 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Our Changing CJiez HePene Trufh cr v.'crld Sesame Street CcTJisqucnees Wovic: From Here Wirfgy j-U 7 To Eternity Movir: THURSDAY This Land farm antj City Tfllift J3 Von Wnat'A ma Good Word Another World (c) Anything You Can DI Fllnlifones Dick Van KRTV Great FalJs Channel 3 (Cablevisfon Ch. 9) NIGHT Concentration Another Sale of Ihe Centuiy Edge of Night Hollywood Love American Jeopardy Sfyfe (c] Who, Whflf, Family Affair (c) Gamefc) Lucy Show {c> News Corner Pyle tc) 11 :OT Somerset My Three Sons M fhe WorJd Turrs Wews n-rrt uniLi NBC Hew ,e 12.CO NP'AS HevM i fc) Drck Van Dyke tc] WEDNESDAY Oral Bui Medical Cenfri Mannix Cannon News TcnlQhr Show THURSDAY Our Sfllule Agricull Today In Mo KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. II) N1GHT THURSEAV Lets Make a Deal Tarm fc) Newlywed News News Captain Kangaroo Secret Storm Dinah's Place One Life Jack Our (e> Audrey (c) General Hospital Galfoplng Gourmet Three on a Match Heart Is Doling Game 10'3S Thaf Gir' ii'M API My Children 6r30 Room Partrtdga Family Eddie's Fnlher Kopy Kats Emergency News CHEC Radio to power increase Stereophonic sound planned Plans for expansion of pres- ent facilities and additional broadcasting facilities in three areas of southern Alberta were announced today by Harold Brown, president and general manager of CHEC-AM and FM radio in Lethbridge. Included in the plans are fa- cilities for broadcasting in ster- eophonic sound. An application is being pre- pared (or submission to the Ca- nadian Eadio anil Television No date fixed for Nixoii trip WASHINGTON (CP) The White House said here no date has been fixed for President Nixon's planned visit to Canada but reported it is likely to occur before Nixon goes to Moscow in late May. Press secretary Ronald L. Ziegler made the statement in response to questions at a news briefing. Commission to allow CHEC- AM to double its power to watts and to increase the FM outlet to walls for stereo broadcasting. The increase In AM power would greatly enlarge the sta- tion's range and would stronnth- en its signal in the present cov- erage area. CHEC-FM now programs 10 hours of separate programming daily which has boon well-ac- cepted despite a low power of 246 watts, The increase to watts would provide a greater area of coverage, and the addi- tion of stereophonic broadcast- ing would enable stereo owners to make full use of their units. Mr. Brown stated that he feels there are three southern Alberta areas deserving of more local service, Cardston, Tabcr and Medicine Hat. Residents of Cardsfon and dis. trict, he said, cannot pick up a Lethbridge radio station after a night pattern change, and as this takes place from 5 p.m. until a.m. during January ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN SI NUMBERS 2nd BONUS JACKPOT JM 56 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALlOWEDl PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELK5 AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, MARCH 9-METROS FRIDAY, MARCH 10-MINT JULEPS SATURDAY, MARCH 11-SOUTHERN PLAYBOYS AND JERRY AND THE TRAVELLERS COMPLETE TURKEY DINN! Delivered HOT to your Door SATURDAY, MARCH 11th EACH "1.50 Choice of Times: p.m. Sponsored by THE SALVATION ARMY ORDER EARLY NO ORDERS ACCEPTED AFTER NOON SATURDAY Telephone 328-3249 WATCH! CFCN-TV'S "NEW SEASON" TONIGHT GOOD LOOKING CFCN TELEVISION and tapers down to p.m. until a.m. during June, listeners are unable to listen to Canadian radio for much of the day. A satellite in Cardsion would alleviate this situation as a few liours of live broadcasting would be done froin Cardston each day, according to C1IEC plans. Mr. Brown feels Tuber and district now is large enough to TRACY WYNN new generation 7 dynasty By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) U the name on the television credits seemed familiar, that was only natural. Tracy Keenan Wyhn's family goes back three genera- tions in films. Ills great-grandfather, Frank Keenan, was a stage star who appeared in films as earJy as 1906. Wynn's grandfather was the great Ed Wynn, who starred as The Perfect Fool on Broadway, radio and a few movies, then became an acclaimed character actor in films. Wyrrn's father is Keenan Wynn, a top character actor in Hollywood for 31) years. "I've done a little octing, but I decided to concentrate on says 25-year-old Tracy Wynn. "I learned early that I could never be a better actor than my father. "So, like John Huston, who made the same discovery, about his father I chose to aim for the position of writer- director." WON EMMY Young Wynn captured nn Emmy last year for writing Tribes. He again will be in the running for The Glass House, a prison drama that appeared in CBS last month and will be re- pealed April 7, Tnicy Wynn epitomizes a new era of achievement by cluldren of the film famous. "That era seemed to be confirmed re- cently when Lnn Hiinnelli, slar of the movie Caborel, in the same week appeared on the covers of Newsweek and Time. The latter billed her as The New Miss Show Biz. The same type of accolade was once accorded her mother, Judy Garland. The new pattern of success for movie stars' children differs from that of a decade or two ago. ''It was tough on movie chil- dren a generation ex- plains one long-time observer of the local scene. "A child was expecfal lo Fol- low the same pattern as his fa- mous father and mother. Many of the kids didn't have the same talent; when they failed, it shat- tered them." Tile generation of stars' children appears lo have a attitude. They are seeking their own way in their lives, regardless of.tJic parents' public images. Says Liza Minneili: "Some people will always see Mama in me, and others will accept or reject me as an Indi- vidual ami that's that, so be il." Some of the new generation liavfl sought life-styles that dis- turb their ciders. Jane ami Peter Fonds have gone their own, outspoken ways. Yet Iwlh have excelled in Ilie profession of their lather, Henry Fonda. warrant possibly six or seven hours of live programming a day from its own satellite. He claims it would be linan. cially unsound to erect a full- time radio station in Ihe area, but that a satellite operation would likely stand a good chance of breaking even and would provide Taber and dis- trict listeners with a station ol their own for the major portion of the day. The CHEC president staled that a similar situation exists in Medicine Hat where local residents, he feels, should have a choice of alternative local programming but where a sec- ond full time station would be a marginal operation and would probably jeopardize the financial position of the existing station. If approval is granted, 10 to 12 hours of local programming in Medicine Hat is planned. Mr. Brown emphasized that the power increases sought by CHEC could be Implemented soon but that the satellite appli- cations were of a complicated matter and would undoubtedly require an appearance before Ihe CRTC. The CRTC would require proof that the additional ser- vices are required and desired by the local residents, and that they will be financially successful. Frequencies must also be found which will not interfere with existing stations. Honeymoon car brings HOLLYWOOD (AP) A collector paid for the luxury auto that Rudolph Val- entino had made for his honey- moon in 1923 with Natasha Rambova. The grey, maroon-trimmed Avions Voisin Victoria Phae- ton was in perfect condition, said spokesman for Sotheby, Parfce-B e r n e t, the company that sold the silent screen star's car at auction. J. B. Nethercutt of suburban Sylmar topped about eight bid- ders. Tlie previous owner was anonymous. Spokesmen for the auction [irm said Valentino probably paid about for the cus- tom-made car but spent for new fenders from the fac- tory in Paris after a smashup in the year he died. Today's ShowHmes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Diamonds arc Forever" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects- Last Complete Show Short Subjccts- "Pocket Money Last Complete Show ONLY 3 DAYS LEFTI ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS SELl-OFF SALE SEE OUR AD PAGE 14 Swift Canadian chief elected MONTREAL (CP) The Meat Packers Council of Can- ada announced Tuesday that W. A, fArt) Hill, executive vice- president of Swift Canadian Co. Ltd., Toronto, is (he new council president. Mr. Hill, a native of Kensing- ton, P.E.I., was clecled at the council's annual meeting here and will hold office for one year. The council, which represents 37 firms in nine provinces, will hold its 1973 annual meeting In Winnipeg Feb. 5-6. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. H05ACK Certified Denial Mechanic Suite 8-304 5th St. t. Ph. 327-7M4 ACCORDION TRIAL COURSE WCEKf WITH ACCOUION SUmiEp, ONIV S22.SO t WMOGWS ACCORDION COUEGE 530 Sfh 327.7524 TONIGHT and THURS. At and p.m. PWVBKtflKWOLOR'Unilei! ArllElB NOW SHOWING At and p.m. It takes two ADULT to make such a special one! Lee Paul Marvin newman H I lUSr MTTiTS PtWUCIBI "Pocket Money" ttSTMtJKSTROTHERMABlIN (Mrawaimn SWO KflmN nvam fr tutu ix. ftw,