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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Sex radio shows singe airwaves LOS ANGELES (AP) In Washington, D.C., it's called topless radio. In Oakland it's California Girls. In Minneapo- lis St. Paul it's Girl Talk. In Los Angeles, where sex- oriented phone-in radio shows originated two years ago, it's The BUI Ballance Feminine Forum. Ballance's show is syn- dicated to more than 50 cities in the United States, Canada and Australia. All in all, it adds up to some of the most sexually revealing and provocative talk ever to singe the air waves. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) said early this month it has been flooded with complaints demanding that it halt the spread of blue radio. Ballance's show is the No. 1 listener rated show in Los An- geles, a position it reached in less than a year after starting in January, 1971. The daily topics for the femi- nine callers on the Ballance show range from .'incest" to "do you experience fear to "How do you play when your man's Why are women ready to tel all on the air? Ballance, 54, twice divorced and the father of two grown sons, said in an earlier inter- iew: "I think they're lonely. "Loneliness has got to be the jreatest common denominator n a cily like this. They don't lave anyone who is ready to ILs- en to them. They know I'm lis- ening to them." The letters of complaint to -he FCC about shows aroirU he country use such descrip- tions as 'poor taste" and "oral and im- moral pollution." Nearly 'all the shows are broadcast in the morning until early afternoon. The FCC in a form letter an- swering most complaints points out that the agency cannot cen- sor what is broadcast but pro- mises to look for a possible regulatory test case in the courth. Scott Burton of WWDC, Wash- ington, who is called "the titan of topless said the au- dience response has been both good and bad. "Some say that kind of stuff shouldn't be on the he said, and others say: "It's educational, it's normal to find out things we should know." EYE Gregory Clark, Canada's most widely had a camplele new view of today's youth offer spending five weeks in hospital, He tells about his exper- ience, this Saturday IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE "Rid" is back at The Town Chef EVERY THURSDAY EVENING from lOiOO p.m. In DINING ROOM Located across from The Paramount March 20, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HEflAlD 7 ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenua South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 15th GAME JACKPOT IN 55 NOS. in 56 NOS. in 57 NOS. If no bingo called offer 57 numbers we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 50 NOS. NO ONE UNDEK Id YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY Thursday, Friday and Saturday "HAPPY GANG" Saturday Upstairs "RAYMOND CANADIANS" mvm Brain mm, MOVIES YOU LIKE BEST CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "Fury On Wheels" In color. Starring Torn Ligon and Logan Ramsey. Wednesday, March 28, Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "CARRY ON HENRY VIII" In color. Starring Sidney James, Joan Sims and the 'Carry On Gang." Wednesday, March 28. Show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theotre "THE BALLAD OF CABLE HOGUE" In color. Star- ring Jason Robards and Stella Stevens. Wednesday and Thursday, March 28 and Wednesday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "EVERY LITTLE CROOK AND NANNY" In color. Star- ring Victor Mature and Lynn Redgrave. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, March 28, 29 and 30. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. They don't Vaise BOSTON (Reuter) Vice-1 President Spiro Agnew de- ended his friendship with 'rank Sinatra yesterday and said they did not go around 'raising hell together." He was asked in an interview with ths 'CXiristiari Science Monitor about speculation that ils friendship with Sinatra: was driving a wedge between liim and President Nixon. "That is a ridiculous asser- ion in view of the fact that Mr. Sinatra is going to perform at he White House this month and in view of the fact that the resident said absolutely noth- ng about the vice-presi- dent replied. "This is simply what you might call peripheral gossip that comes out of the lower ech- elons of the While House staff who really are not informed on what is going on." Reports that the vice-presi- dent's association with Sinatra was responsible for coolness to- wards him by the president and by White House officials fol- lowed an incident in Washington during Nixon's inaugural cele- bration last January. Sinatra insulted a Washington society columnist, allegedly calling her a "two-bit broad" and using a four-letter word. OFTEN A GUEST A.cnew has often been a guest of Sinatra at the plush desert resort of Palm Springs, Califor- nia. "There's a certain aura sur- rounding my friendship with Si- natra that seems to create the illusion that this is a highly di- versionary avant garde social he said in the in- terview. "Every lime I see Mr. Si- natra my wife is with me. We together to visit. We live a very mundane existence in Palm Springs with respect to the ideas that are promulgated about partying and that sort of tiling." "I just thought that in view that everybody thinks that Frank Sinatra and 1 are i-oing around raising hell not'so. And I get along ex- tremely well with him. I res- pect and admire'him very much. He's been a very friend. And I'm not about to lot i any rumors Interfere with my right to select my own friends. I feel that ought to be said." DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite ilh SI. S. Ph. 327-7244 college cinema NOW SHOWING AT P.M. ONLY 20th Are, Mtryor M h 328-63W RESTRICTED ADULT Longest night sitting The Alberla Legislature sat for what was believed its longest night session in hist- ory Monday during discussion of the spending estimates of Attorney-General M e r v Leitch's department, Mr. Leitch is shown on his feet along the sporsly-filled front benches during the sitting which started at 8 p.m. M5T and ended at a.m. Tues- day. Glenbow grant OTTAWA (CP) The secre- tary of stale department has announced 76 grants for the support of Tnuseums and exhi- bitions across the country. A grant of went to the Glenbow Institute In Calgary. FAST SWIMMER Some penguins have been timed in the water at speeds reaching 25 miles an hour. Late Sir Noel Coward was jack-of-all-trades By ALBIN KREBS New York Times Service "The world has treated me very Sir Noel Coward once said, adding quickly, "but then I haven't treated it so badly, either." The remark, typically free of self-effacement, actually con- stituted fair comment. For, in his 60 years as a theatrical jack-of-all-trades (and master of the urbane Sir Noel gave the world unstintingly of what he called "a talent to amuse." He wrote 27 comedies, dram- 'as and musicals for the stage, the best-known of which were "Private "Blithe Spir- "Cavlacade" and "Bitter- sweet." COULDN'T READ NOTES Among the 281 songs for which he provided words and music the fact he could not read notes did not deter him were several that have become standards, including "Someday I'll Find "I'll See You "Mad About The Boy" and "Mad Dogs and English- men." Of Iiis films, the moat mem- orable were the Second 'Jorld War epic of courage, In Which We and "Brief En- still considered one of the finest movies made on the subject of romantic love. The multl talented Sir Noe often acted in, directed ant produced his own plays and Tilms, and in the 1950s, whei interest in his stage work re- ceded, if only temporarily, hi turned to the new career o cabaret performer. By then, however, he had es tablished himself as a major spokesman, in the dramatic arts, of an era those two decades between tw world wars during a gen eration of chic, smart talking young people delighted in shock ing their Victorian elders. DISTURBING IMPACT His plays of that time woulc hardly cause a stir in today' anything goes theatre, but ii the '20s and '30s they had disturbing impact. Because he often dealt with amoral characters who used mildly profane language and dared talk about sex, Sir Noel's plays ran into censorship troub- les. There were also objections to the Jact that most of lus stage characters were rich, polled, neurotic, vain, snobbish and selfish, but he managed make them bearable and ven attractive by putting into heir mouths a seemingly end- ess string of quips and witti- Lsins. In many ways, Sir Noel's per- onal lile and his personality re- embled those of his fabricated -haracters. He was witty, gen- erous, jaded, mercurial, sophis- icated, lonely, snobbish. Sir Ncel gave the appearance being a great bon vivant, in- labiting a world of celebrity n which he enjoyed the loyal and scintillating friendship of such pei-sons as Sir Winston Churchill, Franklin D. Roose- velt, Lynn Fontanne, George 3emard Shaw, Gary Grant, Marlene Dietrich and Beatrice Jjllie. This was an important aspect of his life. Yet he was a sell- described "loner" who said, couldn't live all the time with another person male or fe- male; I was born alone, I have lived alone more or less, ant I'll die alone." He often felt i necessary tp cut himself of: from everyone he knew and take a long, slow freighter trip to South America, Hie Orien Hawaii. WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT THE LEGION "The Starlight Trio" DIRECT FROM SCOTLAND Returning By Popular Demand DENNIS CLANCY and ARTHUR April 5th, 6th and Only MEMBERS AND GUESTS ONLY WEST COAST SEAFOODS TRUCKLOAD SALE of FRESH FISH AND SEAFOODS WILL BE HELD AT FORT WHOOP-UP SERVICE Thurs., March 29 and Fit, March 30 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. A MOST SINCERE THANK YOU is extended to the public for the tremendous co-oper- ation and support received at our recent Chow Mein Supper and Bazaar. It was indeed an outstanding suc- cess. RAFFLE TICKET WINNERS: 1st Priic MRS. Y TAKEDA, Cocldale 2nd Prize MRS. K. NISH1GUCHI, Coaldals 3rd Priza MRS, AL BROTHERWELL, lelhbridga 4th Priie MRS. M. TANAKA, lethbridge 5lh Prize MRS. BRUCE NIELSON, Raymond LETHBR1DGE HONPA BUDDHIST CHURCH 3611 Forestry Avenue, tflrctmount Si. fl th Ave. South, 327-SIM NOW SHOWING Daily at p.m. only FAMItY 'YOUNG WINSTON1 IS A 6LOWIH6 AND INSP1RIH6 COMPOSER BACKS STU DENTS PARIS (AP) Mikis Theo- dornkis, Hie Greek composer, said Monday he supports pro- tests by Greek students against tlie government in Ms country. He said the recent student dem- onstrations "have demystified the regime" of Premier Pa- padopoulos. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT CINEMA "Ycting Winston" One Complete Show Family Short Subjects "Poseidon Adventure1' LaS Complete Show Adult COLLEGE CINEMA "The Godfather" Ons Complete Show Restricted Adult HENDERSON LAKE GOLF CLUB MIXED MINI BONANZA NIGHT Friday, March 30th HAPPY HOUR 6 P.M. SMORGASBORD 7 P.M. Lets Vegas type games and draws. A real fun way to start the new season. Phone the Clubhouse at 327-345J For Reservation! MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY HIBKST8AHH6L ft GREftT INTIMATE N.Y. Dally "ONE OF THE 10 BEST FILMS EVER SANDEKS, ABC-TV Fftsm COUJMStA hCTVRES Affoby ROBERT SHAW ANNE BANCROFT lad OwtU -SIMON WARD. YOUNG WINSTON JACK HAWKINS IAN HO1M ANTHONY HOPKINS 'PATRICK MA3EE EDWARD WOODWARD JOHN MILLS NEXT MATINEE SAT. AT P.M. GRAND RE-OPENING TOMORROW AT DUSK OF THE PHONE-71100 GATE OPENS AT 7 P.M. SHOW STARTS AT P.M. NOW SHOWING ethsta 327 5ioo A1 p.m. MOVES OVER TO PARAMOUNT CINEMA pa ememtf Combining itieTalans of KAcadMy Award Wimersl ADULT ON OUR GIANT SCREEN "KELLrS HEROES" IN TECHNICOLOR with CUNT EASTWOOD 'DIRTY DINGUS WIAGEE" IN TECHNICOLOR STARRING r I FRANK SINATRA Adults S1.75 S1.50 ;