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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 LETHBRIDQE HERALD TuMday, March 12, 1974 Stars galore at Expo '74 SPOKANE What do Bob Hope and Liberace have in common with Lawrence Welk, Chicago and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir? You guessed it. They will all be in Spokane this year for the World's Fair, and so will just about anyone else you might think of in the entertainment world. Dame Margot Fonteyn will be there with the London Ballet, along with the Emmett Kelly. Jr. Circus, the Modern Jazz Quartet, Isaac Stern, Helen Reddy, Harry Belafonte. Van Cliburn and the Royal Shakespeare Company. And the Great Corvallis Original One and Only International Recycling Band whatever that is. "The group, mainly senior citizens trom Corvallis, Ore., plays such instruments as a toilet seat, spoons and a washtub- and-broom contraption called a gut bucket. Just one world exposition will be held in North America in this decade, and it will be held May 4 through Nov. 3 in Spokane. It is Expo 74, the first world's fair to emphasize an environmental theme, "Celebrating Tomorrow's Fresh, New Environment." In terms of big-name entertainment, there will be nothing anywhere to match it. Pick a day during the fair any day. If you picked July 11 you will find that Victor Borge is appearing, following the three-day presentation of Guiseppi Verdi's "Aida" by the Seattle Opera Association. Tony Bennett and Lena Home will appear for two days following Borge. Then come the Carpenters on July 14 and pianist Claudio Arrau with the Spokane Symphony on the 15th TV home Lethbridge Public Library Tonight at the Lethbridge Public Library Theatre, National Film Board Staff will be conducting aaworkshop entitled "Film as a Moving The program will examine several of the techniques used by animators and camera crews to creatively show the reality of our world around us. "Film as a Moving Art" begins at p.m. and is open to everyone who enjoys film and is curious about the art of films Admission is free. Tomorrow and Thursday, March 13 and 14, the National Film Board Staff will be conducting an "Educator's Open to all media and audio- visual consultants, school librarians and school principals in Lethbridge and area. This workshop is from a.m both mornings in the theatre of the new Public Library. NFB is concerned with 'Visual Literacy' which usually explore some of the powers of film and continue on the expansion of the basic elements of audio-visual presentations and some practical lead up games towards making slide tape on super productions. Wednesday, at noon, a program entitled "To Market, to Market" will be presented in the Library theatre. This program will use a film from the new NFB series "Corporation" and a speaker from the University of Lethbridge to examine the morality and methods of consumer wooing.' Wednesday evening, at p.m. the program will be "Femina" films for women. Ever get the feeling that life inside a television set is a whole lot better than life on the outside? Taike, a two-year-old terrier, appears to be enjoying the a- bandoned TV shell provided by the pooch's Winnipeg owner as a temporary home. Change in oil ads urged WASHINGTON (AP) Six- teen members of Congress, in an effort to counter oil company advertising, asked United States broadcasters Monday to carry commercials suggesting the oil companies, not the consumers will have to change their habits. Announcing the media cam- paign at a news conference, Representative Benjamin Rosenthal (Dem. N.Y.) cited the "Fairness Doctrine" in his effort to convince the radio and television stations to carry the announcements to balance what he calls a multi- million-dollar advertising campaign waged by the U.S energy industry He said, that if his efforts are not successful within 30 to 60 days, legislative action to remove certain tax exemptions granted to companies for advertising expenses may be necessary. The group of United States representatives, joined by five consumer and environmental groups, are offering several commercials One, showing a well-lit office building at night, features an announcer saying "The power companies tell the small users to conserve, but rate studies tell the big users to use more. It seems like a strange way to save energy The labor for the com- mercials was donated, Rose- nthal said, and the group will not pay for the air time, which they hope would be given to them "during the prime view- ing time which has been used so heavily by the energy in- dustry." WINNING PLAY Toronto playwright David French has been chosen the 1973 winner of the Chal- mers award for his play Of The Fields, Lately. Four plays were considered in the finals. TV highlights TUESDAY INTERVIEW: Mike Douglas, p.m., Ch. 9. Paul Anka, Playboy magazine fashion editor Robert Green, editor David Scherman and comic Ron Carey. ADVENTURE MOVIE: Wonder Woman, p.m., Ch. 11. Cathy Lee Crosby stars as a super-human female who uses her powers to stalk elusive espionage agents. Ricardo Montalban co-stars. COMEDY: Mary Tyler Moore, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Ted's emotions run rampant as he tearfully prepares to meet his long-lost father, who deserted him when he was a baby. MEDICAL DRAMA. Marcus Welby, M.D., 8 p.m., Ch. 11; 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Jane Wyatt and Robert Young are together for the first time since their "Father Knows Best" series. She plays a married fashion designer who becomes romantically involved with the doctor. Mel Ferrier also stars. MOVIE CRIME DRAMA: Cannon, 10 p.m., Ch. 11.1971 pilot for the now-popular TV series. Follow the detective's two-fisted campaign to solve a murder case. William Conrad, Vera Miles star MOVIE DRAMA: Lola, 12 midnight, Ch. 7. A 38-year-old American writer becomes romantically involved with a British school girl Charles Bronson, Susan Oliver, Trevor Howard WEDNESDAY MOVIE CRIME DRAMA: The Crooked Hearts, 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Rosalind Russell and Douglas Fairbanks Jr. are fortune hunters out to cop each others imagined wealth. With Maureen O'Sullivan. Comedian denies illness report LAS VEGAS, Nev (AP) Comedian Redd Foxx says reports that illness forced him to drop out of the Sanford and Son television show were "a he." Foxx said in a taping for the Mike Douglas Show that he wanted a better salary, was disenchanted with working conditions and didn't want to revert to what he called "Amos 'n' Andy." He complained that he was treated "like I was a boy and not a and that the atmosphere on the set was similar to the army. "You have to salute, he said. The 51-year-old entertainer has missed four segments of the television comedy and is expected to be out of the remainder of the season. misses it like I do, but I want it right for me Foxx said 16 WHILE QUANTITIES LAST HEALTH AIDS OUST TOOTHPASTE 100 ML size! For the whole family. The Douglas show will be aired March 26 Foxx said he would return to the comedy series if NBC gives him "what whoever was No 1 last had and a dollar more." Foxx's lawyer has said the entertainer was out of the show because of a nervous condition. Foxx spent five days in a hospital last week. But Foxx said he was disenchanted with "adverse working conditions" on the set. "There's no window and no skylight in the studio where we rehearse eight hours a he said "I haven't seen a bird in three years." In Los Angeles, executive producer Bud Yorkin said Wednesday: I can't remember a day when he's spent eight hours here Ours is the same as all rehearsal halls on all the shows. I've been in the business 25 years and I've never seen a rehearsal hall with a window." Yorkin said Foxx is one of the highest-paid men in television but gave no figures. "He's a talented and funny man and I hope he will be back with us next year PARK AREA The Nahanni National Park in the Northwest Territories covers square miles. The park is not accessable by road. SPRUCE EXPLOITED White spruce has been the only lumber commercially ex-, ploited to any extent in the Yukon and Northwest Territories. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS are listed by the Radio and Televison Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC MONDAY Iflru FRIDAY 6 00 Buryl Clarke 6 50 Farms News 7 30 News. Wthr, Sport 900 Checline 1000 Walt Edwards 1200 John Oliver 500 Probe 6 00 World at Six 6 35 Jim Parsons Show 8-00 John Charles 1230 Kevin McKenna Show WEDNESDAY 6 00 CBC News 6 05 Jack Thys 7 50 News, Weather and Sports 8 35 Phone Bill Show 1230 News 1.00 Gram Prices 1 01 Call of the Land 3 00 Jack Neufeld 5 00 News, Wthr, Sports 7 00 Paul Tessier 12 00 Roy Rennick CJOC 1035 Gord Whitehead 11 00 Jack Thys 1200 Hour of Information 1 00 News and Gram Prices 1 05 Gord Whitehead 3 05 Jim Parsons 500 Probe 1220 525 Sports 5 40 Market Report 5 50 Local News 6 00 World at Six CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 00-9 00 a m Don McMaster 9 00 a m -3 00 p m Concie's Carousel 3 00-6 00 p.m Don McMaster 600-1000 pm Del King 1000-12 Midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores 12.00 Midnight Sign Off on Monday Tuesday thru Friday Del King SATURDAY 6 00-12 00 Don MacMaster 12 00-3 00 p m Del King 3 00-6 00 p m Concerts. Overtures and Encores 6 00-12 00 Del King 1200 Concies Carousel (All Night) SUNDAY 6 00 a m -10-00 a m. Concerts, Overtures and Encores 10 00 a m -1 00 p.m Del King 1 00-2 00 p m Gast Haus Hour (German Program) 2 00-6 00 p m Del King 600-1200 Concerts, Overtures and Encores 12 00 Midnight Sign Off REDD FOXX Win COLUMBUS. Ohio (AP) The Institute for Educational Radio-TV has presented 55 awards for achievement in programming, with five of them going to programs produced in Canada. The Saskatchewan department of education received awards for the programs Dreams and Things Science and the Far Future and Come and See. Awards also went to the Alberta Schoo.s Broadcast for Father La combe and to the Ontario Educational Communications Authority for Words are Wild Birds. The CBC was honored for its production of Please Tell Me That Story Again Six judges selected the winners from a field of "J50 entries representing commercial and non- commercial broadcasters and production agencies in Canada and the United States. licence Corner 4th Ave. 6th St. Downtown, Lelhbridge OTTAWA