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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Mny I, 1972 THE LETHDRIDGE HERALD 5 cuiii puny in fr.slivni TV i-alinjis will decide future l.o The- which lakes place in Saskatoon ais d'KdinollUin U'ill present Ihe avaul garde piny Fragments by Ainorican pay- wriKlil Min-ray Schisgall ill tlie Thcatro Canada Festival, May 21 27. The company, which makes two lours each year, one into French commu- nities in Saskatchewan, will present Ihe play in French- HIGHLIGHTS; MONDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Tlic Movie 7 p.m., Ch. 13. A power struggle between the last big film mogul and a younger regime. FISHING: Water p.m.. L'h. 7. Lloyd Bridges samples the varied joys of fishing from the giants of the Atlantic to the- denizens ol flic inland rivers. MEDICINE: Nature of Things, in p.m., Ch. 7. Cancer research M dealt v.-ilb in Ihis repeal program. GI'.AfmrS: Man At Hit- CTnlrc, Ch. 7. Typo- graphy and design arc explored and modern graphics arc INTEIIVIICW: Daiicl Frost, 12 midnight, C'li. I .'I. Lauren Jiacall reminisces about Humphrey -Bogart and lalks about her career. TUESDAY COMEDY: "The Bcauliflil lilomlc from Bashful 1 p.m., l'h, Wcslern satire about a trigger-happy gambling hall queen in the 1830s. Vintage 19-19. MOVIE WESTERN: "Ucmiiem For a 1 p.m., Ch. A gunfighte.r assumes the identity of a judge who was ambushed on his way lo investigate a murder. ANGLO'S Radio TV by radio and tthvltlon Xny'vorlailon ,1n ii IB M- rhinOt.'thaiiBM' by Die itollotH and II not th. rMpon- or Anglo Diilrlbulor. Sl.reo and CHEC Roger Channon Contemporary Sports Morley wllh Contemporary Newt 10.00 Len Dow 17 no John Oliver Dave King MONDAY NIGHT D.IVP D-irry HaHand Jack Ncv.iclcJ TUESDAY 6. CO Buryl Clark CHFC-Lina CJDC Show TUESDAY CBC Mcivs Phone Bill Shew Wavno Barry News and train Prices Jack Thyj Parly John Walker World al Six CHEC FM if News on the Hour Wtlir. on the Half Hour Concert [3o WON. THRU SAT. t-CiO Don ie) Don MacMaile 1-00 a.m. Sign-Off Radio 1010 Calgary MIGHT m-15 l ivc Nlghls As II Happen 10'0f- V.'inr, Snorf Eye Opener 10-10 From Tl.o Capitals B 00 World al Eighl 0.13 This Cnunlry Radio Noon Holiday Max Fernuson Home Run World Bl Six FIRST BECAUSE WE LAST MODEL TC-630 PORTABLE STEREO CENTRE Solid aloft? circuilry providea ?0 walls of pure stereo music pow- er, utilizing speakers housed in dr> lac liable lid. OlVicr fcoKircs include 2 professional VU meters, rrlroclomalic pincli roller lor easy llieading, 3 liead, 3 speed 3Li and I7fl ipsl. 5ound-on-souncJ, se pa rale Icr fjaw-or amplifier and pre-amptificr, speaker swilch for exlcrnal speaker, echo effect, slide volume con- iroh, inpo rounlcr. Complcle 2 SONY dynamic micro- connecting cord and reel caps. Suggested Price See Ihe complete Sony line ot ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS c Centel 419 5 Hi -M. i. Phone 328-6922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevisfon Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT Ma _- i [in- 30 I ili-ndly Gmnl CFCN Lothbridge Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. A) MOIiOrtY niOIIT i; f'.i ,H Tr-l 1? I! r-F r -I i H-TI "'HAY i Dick Cavett show extended HOLLYWOOD (AP, ARC said Iralay il lias extended The Dick CavelL Show [ur only three months Lecause of stiff compeli- tion from Ihc CBS late-night movies and will cancel the show this summer if the ratlins do not improve. "Given our long background and investment in Dick Cavett tt-o felt that dial relalionship should nol he Icrminated before every last recourse was exam ined and said Mar- tin Slnrficr, ABC vice-president for programming. Starrer said unless the show improves in ratings and in the number of affiliate stations carrying it, the show will be cancelled July 20, with the last air dale Sept. 2S. He said Hie network i-' study- ing Ihi: effects of the CBS mov- ies and of Ihc move by NBC ol Johnny Carson lo Hollywood Monday. CBS cancelled its late-night talk show headed by Mcrv Grif- fin because nf poor ratings and subsliluled movies. Us ratings for Ihc lime period have climbed siiice then. HOLLYWOOD (Rculei-i A Hollywood producer announced Friday that 10 top world film directors have been picked lo contribute lo this year's Munich Olympic Games film in an al- Icmpl lo make it a box-office success for the first time. p r o d n c e r David Wolpcr named Milus Forman of Czccho- s 1 o v a k i a. Kon Jchikau-a of .Japan, Claude L e 1 o u c h of France. Yuri Ov.erov of the So- IIOLLYW001) !Api Russia can companies bought, from the vjcl Union. Arthur Pcnn of the ignores Kill Kiicl Turntable topics TEE.N'AGIi LICKS STONE THE CROWS (Pol yd Stone the Crows are man English groui) a five- kad by vocalist Maggie Bell. Their iiiu.sic is divided between hard, driving rock and slow blues IIA11VKST -NEIL YOUNG On "Harvest1' Young has put together an ade- quate collection ol songs in his own country-rhythm style. It is much Hie same as bis ear- fier solo material except o n forms. The group's j two culs wiicre he is backed lalists perform well, but the real force is singer Bell. She comes across as a strong and forceful vocalist. For those who have been versions thai tend to be pre- sent in any sort of rock and roll jam (eg. George Harrison's "Apple The record is prices some- what cheaper than normal, by order of the1 Slones If you are really in to this kind by Ihe London Symphony. j of music, it's a good buy, hut This alhum indicates Ihe; most people would be advised problems wilh a solo arlisl as to pay an exrra and gel a opposed lo a group. Afler RCV- eral listenings, the vocals and searcliing for a "heavy" fe- slJ'le do nol conlain enough to male vocalist since the death of! bold the listener. On recordings Janis Joplin, Ihis record should least, the collective artistry ncilhcr makes nor imports X- rated movies, a Llircc-man So- viet film delegation reports. "Our altitude toward such problems as sex, nudity and violence is Nikolai T. said in a recent interview. Sizov, 55, director general of Mosfilm Studios, one of Russia's largest, is on a U.S. tour with Vladimir G. Kudakov and Yev- geniy Sopov as guests of the Motion Picture Association of America. Sizov said the group is con- tacting film people, studios, directors and producers. "This purpose is very simple. We consider Ihc film art should serve the task of friendship be- tween countries, 'le'-weeu cul- tures. That's why believe film will help a lot in establish- ing good relations between all nations.'1 Sipov said Russian films are made "under government sup- port, in financial and technical and that about J30 features are made and 120 to 130 imported annually. NO IMPORT TOTALS Hollywood-based companies produced 343 features in Ihe U.S. and 113 overseas in 1971. The producers' association said it has no totals on imports. Sopov said American distribu- tors buy fewer Soviet films than the Russians buy from U.S. companies. "During the last five years we bought from the U.S., through private companies, 42 feature lie reported. At the same time the Amerl- Sovicf Union only [ilms. Asked why the imbalance, one industry observer said: "I think Ihe American public is just not feature United Stales. John Scbelsinge of Britain, Ousmanc Sembene of Senegal, Franco Zelfirelli ol and Mai Zcllerling of Swe- den. he the answer. THE LOU' SPARK OF HIGH HEELED BOYS TRAFFIC Here is a good album by one of Ibc most under-rated of groups. Their very melodic sound, which strikes an even balance be- 'real" album. INTO THE PURPLE VAL- LEY RY COODER (Re- Tlie lack of Ry Good- er's guitar Ilashiness leaves of a group like Cro.iby. SLills, j this album as a bit of a dis- Nasli and Young present a! s.ippointmenl. A slow honky much deeper and involved I lonk feel predominates the sound lhan thai of most solo' simple arrangements that are artist.-. basically voice, guitar and SI W' liU r'cc mandolin. Cooder's voice Is un- orclsl: Thls albul" conslsls sorac boring." Me said most are "fantasies, love not Communist propaganda. Illegal sales firm fined inlcrcsled. The Russian films I The 0[ a West German I've seen are 1920-ish, behind director has still lo be an- times and, I hale lo say it, i nounced. "This is no; going to he a sports film." Wolper told ;i news conference. 'Tl is going to j be Ihc impressions by these directors of what goes on al this great event." He said earlier films had failed at [lie box office because they were mere reportage of the Olympic events. This was no loiigc'r necessary as all the events already bad been shown on television Wolper said Ichikawa, maker of the Tokyo Olympics film in 19G-1. would devote his 10-minulc seclion lo a derailed 40-camera sludy of Ihc 100-metre "Every eye. every fool, every muscle, ciery tenseness. Mai Zetter'ling has decided to film the wcighllifters, Woiper said. lhe, "'f P an[ CALGARY (CPi Dare To Be Great of Canada Lid. and 1] employees of the Toronto- based company were convicted here for operating an ille- gal pyramid-sales type scheme Provincial Judge Gary Cioni fined Dare To Be Great of Can- ada Ltd. S20.000 and the indivi. duals each He discharg- ed one of the two companies accused, Dare To Be Groat of Canada (1971) Ltd. Judge Cioui said "rampant commercial schemes of this type a danger to the finan- cial br of Ihe community." CAPE TOWN (Router) I While women put on saris and dark makeup and their cscorls donned dark glasses to slip into a theatre here for a ballet per- :ic charge was for i formance by Dame Margot Fon- was for non-wlmes Press rePorts The .ic charge was for opcrali a scheme in w h i c li j on'J'' Prcs: any person, on payment of a apparently turned sum of money, becomes entitled '''md eye, although under Soulh .0 a larger share of money he- Africa's stringent race segrega- ti cause of the investment of oth- ers. IHEK MO-VlfS'YOU UKE BfST KRTV Gioul Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9} V.MI 1.1 KFBB-TV Grent Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. Ill t, Mows 1 1 :.10 M.iKo .1 It) MONDAY MIGHT v.ili mil (O M Fid.iy Sp ft 'I'll ,vu-, 1 1 :.10 M.iKo .1 Df, Knnriaron u on Nrwlywrd Gdmo P (in nmnh's Clnrr (c) IMo Nn-.s p., in j.irk LflL.inno (cl Sorrol S lor in (c) 9-.OC1 rViKlroy (cl V.3CI Lilt- In l.H PINCHER CRbEK Fox Theatre "CHANDLER" In color. Starring Warren Oales and Leslie Caron. Monday and Tuesday, May 1 and 2, Monday show at p.m. Adah. TABER Tower jiieafre "SUMMER OF PJ2" In color. Monday and Tuesday, May I and 2. shows at and p.m. Restricted Adull. tion laws the Cape Performing Arts Board, which promoted the performance of Swan Lake on Wednesday, and the owners of the theatre could have faced heavy fines. Originally, Dame Margol was lo have danced only for whiles at the racially exclusive Nico Malan Opera House during her i brief stay in South Africa. i But she insisted on giving a performance for non-whiles as well. The promoters secured an of- ficial permit for non-whites lo allend a special al another usually urn'tr? thc- alix1. U.S.A. TOURING PRODUCTION INCLUDING SOLOISTS, CHORUS, ROCK ORCHESTRA, SPECIAL LIGHTING, SCENERY AND COSTUMES. Susidoy, Moy 7th 2 Shoves at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion TICKETS Sj-50 and Avallablo at LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE FRSTZ SICK POOL Credii n Irusl firms jifvscLs higher OTTAWA (CP) Credit un- ions and trust companies each increased their assets by al- most billion during 1971, Sta- tistics Canada reports. That gave them the best rec- ords of all financial instilulions oilier lhan chartered banks. The report included finance companies, inulual funds, in- surance companies and mort- gage companies. The trust companies bad billion in assets al the end of iflTi, up from billion al Ihe end of and S5.77 billion at Hie end of 1809. Credit union assets totalled billion af Ihe end of lasl year, compared bil- lion al Ihc end of 1970 and S-l.l billion at the end of HHiil. Finance companies bad billion in asscl.--. up from hillinn at (he end of and .v-i.n.-) billion al Ibc. end of Wednesday, May 3 NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swimming Public Swimming FVidny, May i NOON MOUR SWIM Public Swimming Tinlm-flny, May A Pi.-blir. V'.'imniinri Sunday, May 7 Public Swimming Family Swimming Monday, May 0 NOON tlOUR SWIM p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. 7 p p.m. p.m. p 111. Lwcen woodwinds, keyboards, guitar, vocal and percussion, is pleasing ard relaxing. T h e album can el) faulted only on r The over use of basic rhythms i and piam.-t JMckv Hopkins, on songs. B .Hopkins, Cooder and Walls Traffic has always produc-, Ulc moslly inslm. ed strong material, yet has alhum music is never been able (o rise lo the lne quick blues in- slatus of the Who or Tull. Tlicy j____________------------- have also been one of Ibc most unstable groups, breaking up several limes Gor-; den and Green have left since Ihis A set member- ship might he able lo produce Ihe music thai would them lo superstar status. FRAGILE-YES the opening) song, is the record's highlight. Wilh a varying melody, tine instrumentation, and strong vocals, it is one of the best songs of Ihis year. The res I of the album has malerial. though) nol as good as thai is done well. The main! problem is Ibal their lechriical-1 ly proficient music, at times I resembling Emerson. Lake and j Palmer's, seems sometimes to have no life behind il. spectacular ami the guitar work, though solid and well done, is not really brilliant. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC BOSS A. HO5ACK Certified Denial Mechanic Suile 8-304 ilh Si. S. Ph. 327.7M4 lelhbridm Future bright for Shell TORONTO (CP) Shell Can- i ada Ltd. shareholders were lold here lliat exploration results I arc beginning lo "confirm Ihc confidence we have ha'1 in the prospccls of the frontier areas Reviewing (lie company's ex- ploration programs. J. BookouL said Sliell has hcen active in these efforts and "is in a sound jiosiUon to play its OUTI part in Ihis progress.'1 j Mr. Bookout told the annual meeting that a discovery off the East Coast was not commercial, hut was "sufficiently attractive for us to spend a considerable amount of money in obtaining furihcr "Tlie production tests carried out on Hie Primrose structure arc encouraging and support our hopes [hat (his region will eventually yield commercial production." He said exploration in the i Mackenzie dclla area would be continued Ihis year with use of a drilling rig that can be moved i from one site to another by heli- j copter. Tlip first exploratory; well would begin in Ihe fall. He reported firsl quarter j earnings of 820.998.000 or G3 cents a share, up more lhan per cent from or 50 cents a share a year earlier. SNAKES NEED PROTECTION Unlesi ronservolionisls ocl quickly, more and more snakes will become extinct, according lo Barbara Froom in on excerpt from her boot The SnaV.ei Of Canada, Excellent color photographs shew smie our native snakes. Enjoy ihis article. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE THE RUSS MARSH SHOW Tuesday, May 2 Al Iho 733 13th St N, MEMBERS AND GUESTS NOW FUtlY LICENSED Make Business A Pleasure! For yo'-T business luncheon enjoy hearty food ond prompl Friendly service, MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Phone 327-5701 Enjoy Our Businessmen's Luncheon Served Every Monday lo Friday from 1 lo 2 p.m. PHONE 71100 REEN EH; MACHINE