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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, May 8, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD ITV HIGHLIGHTS! MONDAY SI'OliT: Time Out, 7 p.m.. Ch. 7. Highlights of the Milk River Elks Sportsman's Dinner will be shown. MOVIE D11A.VIA: "A Man Called 7 p.m., Ch. 13. Sammy Davis Jr. as a jazz musician fighling for his own in a world of racial prejudice. SPECIAL: "Whu Do You Think You 7 p.m., Ch. ]i. People wear many masks and this program highlights the comic clement in personality change. WATER WOULD: Lloyd Bridges, p.m., Ch. 7. Com- petition is the keynote this week on the popular boating series. MOVIE DRAMA: "Lost 8 p.m., Ch. a. An air- liner bound for Australia is forced down near a small island far off course and the film shows how the marooned pas- sengers cope with nature and themselves. MEDICINE: Nature of Things, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Parkin- son's disease, its symptoms and the latest methods of treat- ment are discussed. TUESDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "Black Horse 1 p.m., Ch. T. A wild black stallion arouses the ire of ranchers by stealing all their mares. MOVIE MUSICAL: "Riding 1 p.m., Ch. 13. When her show folds, a burlesque queen turns up at her father's mine. Vintage 1943. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program! by radio and television nations. Any variation ,In program it to loit- minute changes by the stations apd is not the respon- sibility of the Harold or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary Mews MONDAY NIGHT King Barry Hegland JacK Newfeld MONDAY NIC-MT World fit MX John Wslkfr Reaufisl Line John Chsrk: Doug TUESDAY Buryl Clark CHEC-Lina ooc Jirn Elliott Phone Bill Shew Wayne Qarry Leo Drw John Oliver Dave King News Brain Prices Jack Perty Line 4.05 John Walkor World at 5ix CHEC FM News on the Hour Wthr. on the Half Hour MON. THRU SAT. Don Concert (Bob Consie) Don MacMasfer Don Hedman a.m. Sign-Off CBR Radio 1010 Calgary MONDAY NIGHT Five Nights A World at 2ix Week As If Happens Grooveyard Between Ourselve-3 TUESDAY 9-00 Quebec Now Eye Opener News, Wthr, Sport World al bight From Trie Capilals Eye Opener This Cr.urlry Radio Noon Holiday Schools Max Ferguson 4-03 Home Run NHL New York at Boston SONY FIRST BECAUSE WE LAST MODEL TC-630 PORTABLE I STEREO CENTRE f Solid state circuitry provides 20 waits of pure slereo music pow- er, utilizing speakers housed in detachable lid. Olher features include 2 professional VU meters, retractomatic pinch-roller for easy theading, 3 head, 3 speed and Sound-on-sound, separata switches for power amplifier and pre-amplifier, speaker switch for external echo effect, slide volume con- trols, lapo counter. Complete with 2 SONY dynamic micro- phones, connecting cord and reel caps, Suggested Price See ihe complete Sony line ol ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo Gnd Centel 419 5th St. i. Phone 328-6922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevisian Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT Truth or News fc) Consequences Teleprobe 7 Let's Alakc a Deal 11: :0 Changing World Teleprotc 7 Avengers Irish Rovers Wrestling TUESDAY Partridge Family Farm and City carmen Today Front Romper Room ClirllenCKT (cl Dressup Nature cf Things Canadian Schools Man at the Centre Friendly Giant Chez Helene Sesame Street Miday Our Town Movie: Blackhorsc Canyon Ripcord Tflkr 30 Edge of Night Family Court Drop In Truth or Consequences CFCN Lethbridge Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) David Frcst House of Frighten- MONDAY NIGHT Fainly Dream cf Jcnn News Efcot Ihe Clock Mo.-ir: TUESDAY Tliourjht for Day University cf fi 9.on Hi Lirihl ms Francais (c) Beat Ihe Clock tAov'in: Riciinci High Vuhat The Gccd (c) Another World Anything You Can Do (c) iiafmen k) f-amily AfMir KRTV Groat Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Today Show 'c) Tcdiiy In Montana World Concentration ic) Edqe of Nirjht Sale of Century Love American Squares (c) Style (c) Jeopardy (c) 1-3n Family Affair Who, What, Where Lucy Show (c) Amateur'.'; Guide to MONDAY NIGHT Nc-.vs if.) Hf-re'S Lucy Ir) L.iu'jii-'n (cl Dnri-- Day (c) Lost r MaM 10 S any II. do LI.VP K a Splentlored Tni World Turns Uovc (C) My Thrro Sens News (c) News (c) TUESDAY Our iaiute to Agriculture News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) MONDAY NIGHT Morning H: 00 All My Children Password TUESDAY 11-3D a Oral Ic) New, Fftrni (Jews Nt-.vlywptl Game News Rfwilcnrd (c) Captain Kanqaroo J-ncreT Slorm !c) Whr> Ycu Tfi'.nk Dinah's Plate Ic) OnB Life to ulve You Arf? Head- Jack LnLsnne Ic) Our Lives (c) land U.S.A. Audrey (c) Genera! Hospital Mnvio: G.illopinfi Gourmet Thrcp on s Mo. .1 Where the Heart is Dating tO.HO (f) 4-00 Split "Srmnr) Tyler Search for Dewllchrri Wnvif: into Tomorrow Pass worn Phil Faiilds Stars not for marriage Turntable topics The future of the classical re- cording industry, North America, at least in anybody's guess at the present chaotic moment. Record sales are lag- ging, and manufacturers and marketers don't, seem to know quite what to do about it. One major label (D e c c a) simply shut down its classical division. Others are trying less drastic remedies, but even these involve some sort of austerity measures. The big U.S. com- panies are becoming more con- servalivc in their approaches to repertoire, and tend more than ever to stress "star" musicians and slick marketing tech- niques. Record companies resort sometimes to re-releases in order to make the most out of a good thing, or to correct ini- tial errors in programs, etc. In the case of RCA's recent or-issue of Jascha Heifetz' spec- tacular performances of Two Violin Concert! (Bruch's First and Glazounov's only, on LSC this doesn't seem like too bad an idea. The two were previously available on separ- ate discs with Mozart works as mates: the present coupling seems to me to be more con- genial. In any event., both per- formances are triumphs for Heifetz, with good orchestral work as well. The sound is good, but be better if the soloist, weren't given a rath- er unatural prominence, a fam- iliar feature of most concerto recordings. Budget lines appear to be an excellent way to boost classical sales, and all major brands have beefed up their cheap lables with historical reissues, exotica, and European trans- fers. Independent budget lines (es- pecially Nonesuch) are now making their own very credit- Now it appears to be Mozart and Vivaldi who are getting publicity from Elvira Madigan. A Turnabout reissue (TV 34800) in this line offers Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 21 in C along with "Summer" from The Four Seasons and the first movements of two other Vivaldi violin concert! with vi- able records, which illustrate i olinist Rheinhold Barchet. some of the more daring choices oE repertoire now available, A strongly recommended ex- ample of what's now being re- leased at budget prices is a collection of Chansons, Frot- tole, and Instrumental Pieces by Josquin des Prez (Nonesuch Joshua Rifldn directs the Nonesuch Consort of voices, recorders, viols, and krumin- born in superb Renaissance style. Some pieces included here are as learned and complex as his reli- gious works: both these and the racier chansons are bene- fited by the group's sensitive and ungimmickcd playing. Countertenor William Zukof deserves special mention for demonstrating just how much of Josquin's secular The performances are all creditable, but by no means the best available (even on cheap The sound is bet- ter than expected from an "elec- tronically reprocessed" stereo job, except for the D Major Violin Concerto, which is defin- itely substandard. This disc can't really be highly recom- mended. Those who saw the movie and liked the music would be better off spending a bit more and getting the complete Four Sea- sons on Odyssey, and a separ- ate recording of I he Mozart. The other Vivaldi concert! are also easy to find. The serious record collector will still find the imports often to be his best bet, assuming that he can afford them. Two recent Baroque releases from Deller's heyday. Now that movie makers have discovered the Public Domain, classical music gets an occa- sional boost in popularity through association with cer- tain films. Richard Strauss got a real shot in the arm from Stanley Kubrick's 2001. Lack of support arts rapped EDMONTON (CP) The "disgraceful" lack of financial i support for the Edmonton Youth Orchestra was criticized i Sid Humphries, a teacher at i the Victoria Conservatory of Music. I Mr. Humphries, adjudicator at (he Kiwanis Music Festival, said youth orchestras in Eu- rope are given plenty of re- hearsal time and money to pre- pare for international competi- tion. The lack of government sup- port for such cultural activi- opean companies' good health, both financially and artistically. From the former comes a sober and straightforward per- formance of 18 of Scarlattils Sonatas for Harpsichord (Ar- chive 2533 0721 executed by Ralph Kirkpatrick, undoubted- ly the world's foremost author- ity on Scarlatti. Kirkpatrick now espouses the current, authentic style of har- psichord playing, uses a fine instrument in the classic style, and varies his registration only when there is a good reason provided by the music. This disc makes the old Landowska seem almost Wagnerian by comparison. Recommended for anyone who already owns at least one harpsichord record. Telefunken has released a The Edmonton orchestra has I sampler of Baroque Recorder lies in Canada is disgraceful, he said. raised about to send its 95 members to the Internation- al Festival of Youth Orchestras in Lausanne. Switzerland, near the end of July, but needs an- other S23.000. Mr. Humphries said that in- adequate government support for the arts is the reason for his decision to return to Scot- land where he received his musical training. Lethbridge Playgoers Present William Shakespeare's "MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM" YATES CENTRE MAY 11-12-13 8 P.M. Admission Adults Available at Leister's Works (SAW 9569-M'i demon- strating why Frans Brugen sets the standards by which all other recorder players are judged. Anyone who thinks of the recorder as a whistle or a "teaching instrument" should be dazzingly enlightened by these virtuoso performances of Vivaldi, Corelli, Loeillet and others. Bruggen is backed up by Gus- tav Leonhardt's imaginative and audible continue harpsi- chord, the Vienna Concentus Musicus, and the Bruggen Con- sort. Original instruments and very good, if slightly metallic, sound throughout. By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) "That's true: Movie stars lead the David Carradine re- marked sardonically. lie was commenting on a San Francisco County adoption su- pervisor's recent statement that one reason more unwed moth- ers are keeping their children is because so many actresses bear children out of wedlock. "There are oilier factors, like abortion and a diclining birth- said Dorothy Murphy, explaining the decline of babies for adoption. "But most of it has lo do witii the movie star publicity." Among film stars who have had cliildren out of wedlock are Mia Farrow, who later married the father of her twin sons, mu- sician Andre Previn; Vanessa Redgrave, who has not wed actor Franco Nero, the father of her third child; and Juliet Prowse. who said in February that she has no plan to marry dancer John McCook, father of the child she is expecting. PLAN TO WED i David Carradine and Barbara i Hershey are stars of a new film, Boxcar Bertha. They are i expecting their first baby in late summer. They also are not married. Do they expect to marry? said Miss Her- shey. "I don't believe in mar- riage. If a relationship isn't right, you should be able to end it at any time." "I was married said Carradine. "It was when I was in the army. The army is a rotten place to be when you're single but it's OK when you'ro married. It seemed like the thing to do. so I did it. "But after I got out of the army, I discovered I wasn't cut out for marriage." The father of a daughter, now is divorced. Carradine and Miss Hershey live in a Laurel Canyon home which can be reached only by climbing a long flight of rickety stairs. MET ON' THE SET "We met in the traditional Hollywood a movie Carradine recalled. "We were both appearing in Haven with a Gun. and the reaction was immediate." "It was in the ac- tress added. "We were a little uneasy about appearances, so we took adjoining rooms in the a connecting door. Later we didn't care what peo- ple thought." They have been living to- gether for three years and dur- ing that time their careers have thrived. Star of television's The Monroes, Miss Hershcy has scored impressively in Last Summer and The Baby Maker. Carradine, whose father, (John, is the famed character actor, has appeared in The Vio- lent Ones and other features, starred as TV's Shane and next season will appear in further episodes of a television feature, King Fu. Barbara has no concern about the child's future attitude to- ward unmarried parents. "Being our child, he will un- she said. How long will their relation- ship last? "As long as it she re- sponded. "Who might last he added. DJETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 8-304 5th St. 5. Ph. 327-7244 LethbrMr.. Make Business A Pleasure! For your business luncheon enjoy hearty food and prompt friendly service. MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Phone 327-5701 Enjoy Our Businessmen's Luncheon Served Every Monday to Friday from 1 1 :30 to 2 p.m. SOUTHERN ALBERT -THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "HAROLD AND MAUDE" In Color. Starring Ruth Gordon and Bud Cort. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, May 8. 9 and 10. Monday show at Adult not suitable for children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "JOE HILL" In Color. Monday and Tuesday, May K and 9. Monday show at p.m. Adult not suitable for children. TABER Tower Theatre "SOMETIMES A GREAT NOTION" In Color. Starring Paul Xewman. Henry Fonda and Lee Remick. Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday. May 8. 9, and 10. Monday shows at and p.m. Adult not suitable for children. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Public Swimming Schedule FRITZ SICK POOL Wed., May 10- NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swimming Pi.'blic Swirnmino, Fri., May 13... NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swimming Sat., May 13- Public Swimming Sun., May Public Swimminq Family Swimminq Mon-, May NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. 7 p-m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. "Friendliest, Happiest Place in Town" Monte Carlo Dance Academy BELIVEAU HONORED MONCTON, N.B. Beliveau, former star centre with Montreal Canadians, re- ceived an honorary doctorate of physical education at the spring convocation of Univer- sity of Moncton here Sunday. 6, ...SHONE flDlUC III REIN ACft tS OKI V t I N LAST TIMES TONIGHT More money pumped into youth plan OTTAWA (CP) Another million was committed under the Opportunities for Youth Program today and it will finance everytlung from an investigation of pricing prac- tices in Vancouver service sta- lions to the mapping of canoe trails in Southwestern Nova Sco- tia. A wealth of practical or en- joyable summer work is con- tained in the 1.1G3 projects for 1 which funds were approved Fri- day. So far. a total of mil- lion has been committed to projects. Among the far-out this sum- mer is a computer-mating serv- ice for Vancouver car pools. B r e a k d o w n of Friday's grants: Ontario S4.4 million or 1 478 projects: Quebec million, i projects; British Columbia S12 million. 219 projects: Nova Scolia SO-I4.M7, 107 projects: Al- herta 67 projects; Xorthwcst Territories S275.269, 23 project; Saskatchewan 34 projects. About 3.000 projects from applications will be sup- ported this summer from the S-M-m i 11 i o n Opportunities for Youth About youths will be involved. j Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Hot Rock" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Going Home" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short "Swedish Fly Girls" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Stcrt the Revolution Without lie" "Priest's Wife" One Complete Show "START THE I REVOLUTION WITHOUT j ME" IN COLOR DONALD SUTHERLAND WIFE" IN COLOR SOPHIA LOREN j ONE DAY-TUESDAY ONLY HIT COLOR "LADY IN CEMENT" NO- 2 With FRANK SINATRA GATES AT P.M. SHOW AT P.M. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT thru THURS. AT AND P.M. The first fun picture of the year! Robert Redford George Segal ROBERT MITCMIJM GOING HOME METROCOLORM3MJ RESTRICTED ADUtT TONIGHT and TUES. AT AND P.M. 1.OWE11S VOTING AGK HELSINKI (Renter) The Finnish parliament has jziven final approval for lowering (lie voting age to 111 from 20. The first opportunity for the newly- j franchisod teon-nficrs to 11 s r i their votes will he In municipal elections this fall. RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE NOW SHOWING AT AND P.M. men IOVF SUSAN INOSH GAMIN and the AIR HOSTESSES FROM COPENHAGEN 1rt.: .m t, JACf. 0 COIi.'.r.u Fw C-.-.'t n BiltCOAP.D SAYS: "Herd driving, wild vocol work." IIIE WISnEY-A-GO-GO SAYS: "A cros! bolwccn John Moyoll ond Crosby, Slills, KcMi ciiul Young willi n beauliful wailing girl." f1 CASHBOX SAYS: "A story entry, a powerfully put togellior rock group." THE I10UYWOOD REPORTER SAYS: "Superior linger niuiician, with down-liomn sound and strong country boogie." C.J.O.C. Proudly Presents from Oklahoma Tha Fantastic Sound Of Ifi Plus from VANCOUVER "VALDY" Vr LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION -A- TUESDAY, MAY 9TH -fr DOORS OPEN AT P.M. TICKETS IN ADVANCE, S3.00 AT THE DOOR. Now on sale ol Loistert, Musicland, Mcmcl's Smoke Shop and Doug's. ;