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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Radio and TV Listings CHEC ir Morrey McGIll and -Allan Bell: Conle mporary News; Doug Marvin: con- empwary Sports; Leo Dowi Farm Newsj Music We Remember: Sunday Mornings MONDAY Mini FRIDAYldiOOChec Trading post Grain PrlcM Bury! Clark Farm News Bob HesKefll CMC-lint Leo Dow John Oliver Farm Hem Cattle Prices CJOC Call of the Land News with Bill Skelton, Rad V.'hlll, Bill Mathssxi; Sport Brent Sesly and Don Maclean; Farm and Rancb Doug Card TUESDAY MIGHT Probo 1220 World at SIX John Walker e-.m John Charles CBC News Jim Elliot News, Weather and Spons Phone Bill Show Joan WalerMetd CHEC-FM 1 00.9 News, Weather arvd Sports News and Grain PrtcfiS Jack Thvs Johnny Walker Probe 1220 World ar Six MON. THRU FR1. 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McfAasler 12 noorv6 p.m. DeM-O 4 p.m.-IO p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m.O2 midnight SATURDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-l a.m, Oell-0 _____ SUNDAYS Ccr.ccrfs, Overtures 4 p.m. and Encores Concerts, overtures (Bob Concle) and Encores (Bob ConcTe) 1-2 p.m. The Gaslhaus Hour (German program) 2-d p.m. Den Hedman 6 p.m.-U midnight Concerts. Overtures and Encores (Bob Concle} CBR Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT Concerts, Winnipeg Nations As 1t Happens Syphony Provincial Affairs Rupert's Land Rock Slide WEDNESDAY Warm Up Introduction to Tuesday flight Tuesday Might News, Sporls, From the Capitals World at S Five Nights A Eye Operwr This Country Orchestral Time Slgnat Raolo Noon IrSSStocK Market Schools Max Ferguson Bob Kerf BBC News Home Run Mews World at Sk Studio merger works out The letlibridge 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! By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) Tho town's cynics said it wouldn't work. But alter a year's oper- ation, the merger of studio fa- cilities by .Columbia and Warner Brothers appears to ba a rousing success. When the two movie giants announced 18 months ago that they would combine operations at one studio, there were grave doubts that the revolutionary plan could succeed. For 50 years, each major company had maintained its own film factory as a prideful domain. Robert K. Hagel, the long- haired, mod-garged general manager of ths Burbank Stu- dios said the first year of oper- ation has been astonishingly smooth. "I Ihink this has been due to the altitude of the two corn- pa mes: they were determined to make this thing work. And despite tho sphit of co-operation in running the studio, they are, if anything, more competitive than ever." Hagel was the overseer of the operation that moved Columbia aiid its television arm, Screen Gems, into Warner Brothers' new Burbank Studios. "Our only area of said Hagel, "was for a period of three months when we were op- erating at 105 per cent capacity That was when the TV series I gel. "I'm tired of 'downers' who were going full blast, TV pilots were being made and we bad our features shooting., FIND NEW SCHEDULE "We can't control TV produc- tion; we're at the mercy of the networks. But we can schedule features so that the work is spread out in periods when TV filming is slack. That will allow (lie studio to keep key personnel on the payroll year-around." During its first year, The Durhank Studios employed an average of people daily, compared with a few hundred at the studios' lowest ebb. Other statistics: 486 feature film shooting days; in.TV; 242 in commercials; 61 in video tape; 230 by independent pro- ducers (Burbarik rents space to others besides Warners and Co- There have been rumors that other studios will follow suit, particularly MGM, 20th Cen- tury-Fox and Paramount. All continue to operate their huge studios at minimum capacity. The second phase of the Warner s-Columbia merger hasn't been completed; the Co- lumbia lot still has for-sale signs on it. So far, no takers for tlia million price tag. "The success of the Burbanl! Studios has been a real boost for the film said Ha- are ready to bury the film busi. ness. Our operation proves that it's very much alive." Station back on the air (TVHSGHUGHTSI CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) Movie: TUESDAY NIGHT---------------- Hollywood Squares Irma La Duce impossible WEDNESDAY Dob NeVi'hart Super Heroes 7-30 Hollywood Squares Pimcccniol Mary Tyler Moore Wizard of Oi Flip Wilson News, Farm and Front Page Ci1y Challenge Audubon Tuesday Night Joan Walerfterd News Mr. Dressup News, Sport, W1hr Western Schools Wreslllng Friendly Giant 10: J5 Chez Helens Sesame Slreef Pink Panther Luncheon Dale Ed Allen Make a Deal Truth or Consequences Klara's Korner Take 30 Edge of Nfght Family Court Drop In Hollywood Squares CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT Brady Bunch News Hawaii Five-O Headline Hunters Bob Hope Special Please Ian Tyson Mercus 'Welby News Griffin WEDNESDAY Thought for Day Unlverslly of Air Romper Room 5-30 SSS'S Buckshrt pjlntslones l: Savage Land Calendar Somerset Fashions 1n Sewing Another World Parlons Francais What's The Trouble wMh Tracy Good Word Eye Bet Anything You Slyl. Pierre Berlwi 5-30 NCVJS Beat Ihe Clock NHL TUESDAY ADVENTURE: Mission: Impossible, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. Barney poses as a rock-music recording artist Jo get evidence linking o crimD leader with Ihe dealh of a recording star, CRIME DRAMA: Hawaii Five-O, p.m., Ch. 13. A pollca informer tells McGarrett that one of the jurors In a murder trial has been tampered with but before Five-O chief can identify the informer he is slain. COMEDY: Bob New hart, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. Bob keeps resisting plans for a two-month cruise for fear hfs practice and hfs patients will fall opart. SPECIAl: Bob Hope, 8 Ch, 13. A special from New Orleans featuring Bob and the annual Mardt Gras. COMEDY: FlEp Wilson, p.m., Ch. 7. Don Knolls and Richard Pryor are among Flip's special guests, SPECIAL: Tuesday Night, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. A sensitive study of suicide with its human suffering and wasle. DOCTOR DRAMA: Marcus Welby, MD, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. The dangers of physical ond in "A Fragile Possession." MOV3E COMEDY: "Irma La a.m., Ch. 7. A Parisian streetwalker falls in love with a young, naive police, man, who loses his jab after arresting all the prostitutes in Paris. WEDNESDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "This Savage 1 Ch. 13. A new family just settles in Ihe frontier West and is harassed by a vigilante gang. Banff takes rent hikes to court BANFF (CP) Land owners here have decided to take their fight against recent federal hikes in rental fees to the ex- chequer court of Canada. The decision was made at a meeting of townspeople in the town hall. "The big thing is the sudden- ness of the Wally Dowhaniuk, Banff Advisory Council president, said in an interview. "After all, rents were nominal for years and al- though we expected some in- crease, we didn't expect to get hit that hard." He said residents also were upset because despite the hefty rent hike, they still had no say in the operation of Banff. The new rates were announc- ed Feb. 13, and are to go into) effect April 1. Commercial and residential lands tradition- ally have been leased by the national parks department to residents for a nominal sum. But a 19fi9 land review resulted in rents being increased to re- flect the value of the land. The new rent Mkes include an increase to from Si 5 single-family dwelling and to from for i. commer- cial building on main street. An appeal to the exchquer court would he the second time residents have protested the rent increases. The federal government first announced hikes in 1970, but resident protests led to estab- lishment of an appeal board and subsequently many rents were reduced. JONQUIERE, Que (CP) Uadio station CKHS has re- sumed broadcasting after being off the air for seven weeks. Radio-Sagucnay Ltd., owners o( the station involved in a labor dispute since mid January, said management personnel will pro- vide limited special program- ing between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m. daily. The service began Satur- day. About 50 unionized employees at CKRS have been off the job since Jan. 19 when they held a sit-in at the station to protest changes in their work sched- Tuevday, March 13, 1973 _ THE LETH3RIDGE HERALD _ f Screen detective to move to Fiji ules. The radio station has been off the air since Jan. 24 when a cable linking the studio to the transmitter was severed. Tele- vision station CKRS-TV has been operated by management. Nine CKES employe e s pleaded not guilty last week to several charges stemming from two fires, one at CKHS, two weeks ago. Jonquiere is 115 miles north of Quebec City. Film giant dies ROME (AP) Gal lone, an early giant of the Hal ian cinema known for his epi( productions, died of a heart at tack in a hospital in Frascati He was 77. Among the best-known films he directed in a career dating from 1913 were The Last Days of Pompeii, Scipione the Afri- can and a series of' movies called Don Camillio and Pep- pone. Because of the size of some of his productions, Italian movie critics called Gallone the Cecil B. DeMille of Europe. SUVA, Fiji (AP) Perry Mason might call it The Case of the South Sea Settler. Raymond Burr, the American actor who portrayed the detec- tive in a long-running television series, said that he plans to make Fiji his permanent res- idence. Burr, who has lived in Fiji part-time since 1966 when he bought Naitauba Island, about 15C miles northeast of Fiji, said he'll move there for good in 1975. The actor left for a brief visit to the United States to prepare for a television series he plans to film in Fiji next yett. DERBY, Conn. (AP) Jean Yazvinsky, 82, dancer and for- mer ballet master of the Ballet Russc de Monte Carlo from 1938 la 1944, died in hospital here. Yazvinsky, born in Russia, graduated from the Moscow Im- perial School Ballet and per- formed with the Moscow Ballet. He danced with a number of European dance trovipes, in- cluding the Anna Pavlova com- pany. LOS ANGELES (AP) Actor Robert Redford is asking for a Superior Court injunction to prevent a San B'rancisco woman om telephoning or writing him nd from getting closer to liini an 500 feet. A suit filed says Nadine Da- is has "harrassed, molested embarrassed" Redford nee June, 1969, by sending him Uegedly obscene letters, phon- ig him and following him round, even to his filming lo- ations. 125 laid off at Bombardier MONTREAL (CP) Michel j Cloutier, assistant general man-! ager at Bombardier Ltd., said here the snowmobile" manu- facturing company has laid off 125 employees at its Montreal office for economic reasons, -The employees, laid off Fri- day, will get three months com- pensation pay. said the company has 000 unsold snowmobiles, which had forced it to lay off employ- ees. The remaining 100 employees will be transferred to the com- pany's main plant in Valcourt, Que. 60 miles east of Montreal. KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NTGHT Cousin Maude Bridget Loves Bernifr Movie: Tliey Call Et Murder Hawaii Flve-O News Tonight Show WEDNESDAY Our Worm Sslule Agriculture World Turns Today Show News Today In Montana The Doctors Price 1s Right Another World Sale ot The Century Secret Slorm Hollywood Squares Mike Douglas Vin Scully Show Who, Wiat, When Jokers Wild Game News NEWS NBC Nlgrilly Concentration News KFBB-TV Great Foils Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT WEDNESDAY Farm News News Captain Kangaroo News Jack LaLanna Audrey Galloping Gourmtl Dinah's Where the Heart Is Three on a News Match Search for Dating Game 1V08 The. of _____ A11 Let's A Young Cannibals Deal News News Truth or consequences Temperatures Rising Movie: The Bait Warcui Welby Newt 10: Newlvwed Game News General Hospital One Life 1o Llvi Days of our Lives Curlews Password -MO.VI.ES -YOJJ .IKE -BEST CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "EMBASSY" In cotor. Starring Richard Rownlree, Brod- erick Crawford and Chuck Connors. Tuesday and Wed- nesday, March 13 and 14. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Thealre "EMBASSY" In color. Stan-ing Richard Rownlree, Brod- erick Crawford and Chuck Connors. Tuesday and Wed- nesday, March 13 and 14. Tuesday show at p.m. Increased Admission. Adult. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "CAKRY ON LOVING" In color. Starring Sidney James and the 'Carry On Gang'. Tuesday, March 13. Show at p.m. Adult. AaAMOUNT "J. Coop" 'Cisco Pike" Last Complete Show Restricted Adult PARAMOUNT CINEMA "Innocent Bystander" "Garden of Fenzi Continis" Last Complete Show Adult, Not Suitable for Children COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Across 110th Street" Last Complete Show Restricted Adult Not to have the time of your life by engaging in our parties, trips and dance classes. Fully qualified staff of 12 to teach you any or all dances. (SPECSAL of SPECIALS) 10 LESSONS ONLY 10 DOLLARS Call 1 p.m.-l0 p.m. daily except Sat. from ll-'S p.m. FOLLGARD DANCE CLUBS 626 13th STREET NORTH PHONE 328-0548 LONDON (Reuter) Lon- on's new Philharmonica or- RAYMOND BURK chest ra announced today the appointment of a 31-year-old Italian, Riccerdo Muti, as its principal conductor, succeeding 87-year-old Otto Klemperer. Muti will take up his post next year, but will conduct two Philharmoaia concerts at this year's Edinburgh Festival. He now is principal conductor of the Florence Maggio Musicals Orchestra. NEW YORK (AP) Three teen-agers have been charged with kidnapping actress-singer Neva Small at gunpoint during a gas station holdup in Manhat- tan. Miss Small, who played Tevye's third daughter in the movie version of Fiddler on the Roof, escaped after one of tho robbers drove off with her, us- ing her own car. YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV JACK'S RADIO AND TV 302 13th si. N. pen-amount cinema Tomte and Wed. First Show 7 p.m. M St. Are. South. 3Z7-5100 "One of UIB most moving films I've ever seen." ADULT KtfV.nt, Kcwruk Dilfr Ni.s "It's heartbreaking beautiful." ITTTOIIIOIIESICVS the Garden of the linzs Continis Winner GoHen Pint TIITC, 1571 "1T, 'INNOCENT BYSTANDERS' IN COLOR wilh STANLEY BAKER paramount STARTS TOMORROW at p.m. THE MOST EXCITING SEA DRAMA EVER FILMED HELL, UPSIDE DOWN At midnight on New Year's Eve the j S.S.Poseidon was I struck by a 90 foot tidal wave and capsized ADULT ENDS TONIGHT "CISCO PIKE" and "J. W. COOP" College Shopping Malt STARTS TOMORROW at p.m. 20th Ave. Mayor Magrath Dr., 328 6300 1 his is the weekend they didn't play golf. college cinema EMDS TONITE 'ACROSS W1THN ANTHONY QUINN What did happen on the Cahulawassee River? RESTRICTED ADULT A JOHN BOORMAN FILM JON VOIGHT BURT REYNOLDS "DELIVERANCE" ADMISSION PRICES MATINEES: Adults Youth Children under 14 years 75 e anytime Co-Starring NEOB! i EATTV RONNY COX Dickey Basal on Ksnati- fed by eoermsT A Ccrr.T.tr. i't ADULTS EVENINGS Children under 14 yeon 7Se anytime ;