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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Country music pioneer guest of Tommy Hunter Country music star Bill Anderson, former journalist and disc jockey turned song writer and recording artist, was in Toronnto the other day to videotape a Tommy Hunter Show for telecast on CBC-TV, tomtit Fri day, March 9 at 9 p.m. Some people say that Bill Anderson at 33 is the father of modern country music - the kind that's played on radio stations where the disc jockey doesn't begin his show by saying "howdy folks." Anderson always beats the Please Note! OUR NEW PHONE NUMBER 7-3146 Mclean moving LTD. "Your North American Van Lines Agents" 640 6th St. S. drum for country music. He says its influence is growing. "People like Glenn Campbell and Johnny Cash have brought country music to a larger audience. People used to think country music was for hillbillies or rednecks, but of course that's not true. "You can see the influence of country music in rock too. Country music is realism, and in the lyrics and in the way music is being played by rock groups, country is becoming more and more a force. Of course, rock has been influencing country, too. There's iriore of a pronounced beat in country music and that's because of rock. "I'm a flag waver for country music. It is universal in appeal because it is honest. It is I lyrical, storytelling music dealing with basic human themes in a simple, straightforward way." HEWER'S GUEST - Host John Hewer welcomes the ever lovely Diana Dors to the Pig and Whistle to join in the singing and dancing at Canada's own pub, Monday, March 19 at 9:30 p.m. en the CTV Television NCiwork. Friday, March 16 1:00 O Ed Allen IE) Movie: Revenge 0 Another World fll General Hospital 1:30 Q Secret Storm O Let's Make A Deal NEED PRESCRIPTION? WE OFFER PROMPT PRESCRIPTION SERVICE 7 DAY5 A WEEK! Chargex Cards Accepted! WcCaff, "The People's Drug Store" 419 13th St. N. Ph. 327-3445 Open Men. thru Sat. - 9 to 9 Sundays and Holidays 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. See the complete line of 1973 TRIUMPH MOTORCYCLES On Display Now At YAMAHA CYCLE SALES AND SERVICE 1519 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 328-6977 ID One Life to Live 2:00 Q ^Jce Douglas 0 Truth or Consequences 0 Our Lives 2:30 0 Klara's Korner (B Somerset TO Dinah's Place 3:00 GTJ Take 39 Q) Three on a Matcu Q) Another World 3:30 O Edge of Night (B What's the Good Word 0 Vin Scully Show 0 Dating Game 4:00 0 Split Second Q) Anything You Can Do 0 Joker's Wild 0 Familj Court 4:30 (7) Drop In 0 News JD Bewitched 0 Star Trek 5:00 0 Hollywood Squares 0 News 0 Password 5:30 0 Doris Day (|1) News (23 News 0 Hee Haw 6:00 0 News 0 News 0 Movie: Yours, Mine and Ours 0 News 6:30 0 Streets of San Francisco 0 NHL 0 Truth or Consequences 7:00 0 Brady Bunch 7:30 0 Sonny and Cher 0 Partridge Family 8:00 O MASH 0 Income Tax Forom 8:30 0 All In The Family 0 Movie: Tom Sawyer 9:00 0 Love American Style 0 Medical Center 0 Tommy Hunter Show 9:30 0 What About Tomorrow New Hopes for Health 10:00 0 FBI () News 0 Dean Martin (jl) News 10:30 0 Tonight Show 0 Movie: Hcyse of Usher 11:00 O News 0 News 11:20 (S CJOC News 0 News 11:30 0 Crossfire 12:00 0 Double Feature: Reluctant Heroes; The House That Wouldn't Die 0 Movie: Three la fl*.Attic FAG! 7 First Edition virtuosity revealed on Rollin' shotv Kenny Rogers and The First Edition welcome Climax and Everyday People to join them on "Rollin' ", Monday March 12 at 7:30 p.m. telecasting over CTV Television Network. The versatility of The First Edition often goes unrecognized by a great many people, so tonight we are exposed to another dimension of their musical virtuosity. Larry CansJer conducts the group as Mary on tuba, Jimmy on finger cymbals, Mickey playing drums on Terry's head and Larry playing the organ while wearing boxing gloves, deliver a stunning rendition of "Popcorn." They are also accompanied by Terry on mouth popping and comb and Kenny on mouth popping and Jimmy's teeth. A group that has been producing some excellent music without the aid of combs, boxing gloves or mouth popping is Climax They come straight to the point and that means many good sounds. TRADE UP NOW! TO A DEPENDABLE USED CAR 1969 DODGE D1G0 PICKUP Adventurer, 383, AT, R. bucket seats, one ^OyfOC owner (blue) . . T J 1971 PLYMOUTH FURY III 2-door HT, (blue). V8, AT. PS, PB, R......... $2895 1971 DATSUN 510 2-tfoor (blue). One owner mileage .......$1895 1970 CHEV BEL AIRE 2-dr. HT (gold). V8, AT, PS, PB, R ........, $2495 1970 DODSE D100 PICKUP 318, AT, radio, �44QC (green)........ yXO7J 1972 DODGE POLARA CUSTOM 4-door, 360, AT. PS, PB, R, air cond., speed contrc!, radial tires &QQQC (yellow)....... fw77J 1972 DART CUSTOM 4-door, 6, AT, PS, R. bronze. 5JS.........$3495 1972 DART DEMON ^r8:^.ps'$3l95 Highest Trade-in Allowances EVER CHRYSLER CREDIT FINANCINS Open Evenings Till 9 p.m. Kino CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. Dependable USED CARS 3 Ave. and 11 St. South LETHBRIDGE Phone 328-9271 ;