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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta wwimj HEREAGAI Ever Thought About Buying Something More Than A CBC site Still under construction is the CBC's new Pacific headquarters which will house television and English and French radio facilities in Vancouver. Baltimore couple 'hottest' Broadway producer Superior Ford Mercury h And Our Wagons Give You The Same Smooth Rsde As Our Cars. NEW YORK really got to hit said Kenneth Waissman. has to be an irresistible added Maxine Fox. And that's as close as you can get to how the young marrieds from Baltimore have become Broadway's hot- test producer tandem. Since setting up shop five years the1 pair produced four successes in a row. Cur- rently they dominate the im- presario ranks as operators of the longest-running musical and Over a prime song-and- dance contender for this sea- son's award honors. Both traffic heavily in nos- the first for the rock 'n' roll 1950s and the other for the big-band era of the Second World War. Waissman says this just an we're not going to restrict our opportunities The pair just might turn out to be the fresh management blood the anemic Great White Way has been seeking since David Merrick and the elder producing generation with- drew from multiple enter- prise. AUDIENCE THERE important thing about two simultaneous hits is that it proves that there is an au- dience out said Waiss- man. ask why we're will- ing to take a chance because a few critics can kill you. that's the way the business has always been and we went into it knowing The partnership was formed with initial reluctance. Back in the two fami- in hers in each and both youngsters attended Forest Park High School. three years said now I was graduating when she was entering back there ihat was quite an age Miss Fox got to New York at moving through a series of showbiz jobs that in- cluded apprentice experience But So Much More In Terms of Space And Use. you're taking the family on weekend jaunts or lugging the Little League from town to town. Superior Ford Mercury has a station wagon to fill the bill. Drop in today and see something more than a car during our Wagon Days Sales. supEi'iar nwtui FORD MERCURY Phone Alberta OPENING CABARET DANCE HENDERSON LAKE GOLF CLUB May 11 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Music HITS AND A Members and Invited Guests Only on a pretty impressive streak of Streisand's gofer in Funny Sweet Charity and Mame. Then she went on the road as a man- ager of You're a Good Charlie Brown. HEARD OF EACH OTHER Waissman got his master's degree at New York Univer- sity and went off for a couple of years to make Peace Corps films to be shown in South America. His first stage job was in an office where Miss Fox had previously worked. kept telling each of us about the other one from said you know what that sort of thing is a girl in New York doesn't added Miss somebody drop- ping by from her home He eventually did phone her. our first date we discovered we'd both wanted to be in theatre ever since childhood. We gradually dis- covered our instincts about producing were After a couple of socializing both developed symp- toms of restlessness working for other people. When she re- turned from the Charley Brown they decided to try together. told people we would like to see scripts but no one sent us he we bought a page ad in Variety for listing our ex- perience The phone started ringing and the pair were launched. Their first production was Sal Mineo's raw-edged ver- sion of Fortune and Men's off-Broadway. The prison drama reaped a slight which spurred them on as co-producers of Paul Zindel's And Miss Rear- don Drinks a Little. CRTC plans to curb ad TORONTO The Canadian Radio Television Commission plans to bear down on removing commercial from says chairman Pierre Juneau. Mr. in a luncheon address at a seminar of the Association of Canadian defined clutter as congested commercial particularly in that is at the root of so much public annoyance with is an area in which I knew there is much concern among broadcasters and agencies that something should be he said. has been discussed in these circles for years. But little is being and I feel strongly that now is the time for the commission to stick its neck out and bring everyone together to find real and binding and permanent he the CRTC has informed the government that renewal of TV and radio station licences will be made dependent upon adherence to its broadcast code for children's advertising. But he cited several objectionable aspects of other advertising including too much commercial clumsy editing of programs to fit in questionable taste and appeal to the young in beer commercials. we don't improve the he is every indication of mounting pressure to change it more radically and thoroughly Mr. Juneau reminded the advertisers that two years ago he had suggested to them that advertising is an area where could not afford to adopt an ostrich Writers9 acquitted of charges LISBON Three Portuguese writers known as the have been acquitted in court here of charges that their book New Portuguese Letters offends public morals. The judge's decision to clear Maria Maria da and Maria was agreed with applause in the packed courtroom. The court session climaxed nearly a year of investigations. The women went on trial under the previous Portuguese regime which claimed their book an anthology of poems and essays is pornographic. But even before the recent military the prosecutor surprised the last hearing a month ago by announcing he would ask for an acquittal. The case aroused considerable interest outside especially among women's liberation movements who organized demonstrations outside Portuguese embassies in West European including Paris and the Hague. During the dozens of writers and intellectuals said the work is not pornographic although it is meant to be erotic. POTTED Pot White or Yellow 99 Corner of 6th StrMt A 4th Avt. South Downtown TONIGHT thru SATURDAY AT THE Miners' 733 13th St. N. Members and Invited Guests Only TV highlights THURSDAY SPORTS Stanley Cup Ch. 7. The Philadelphia Flyers meet with the Boston Bruins for the second game of Stanley Cup Playoff finals. MOVIE Battle of Rogue Ch. 7. Richard Denning and Martha Hyer star in this western of cavalry vs Indians. MOVIE Tall Man Ch. 11. Randolph Scott portrays an itinerant Westerner who returns home for vengeance. Dorothy Malone also starring. MOVIE Voyage into 12 Ch. 7. Animation is combined with live action in this tale about the good deeds of a boy and his giant flying robot. FRIDAY Fred 11 Ch. 13. Barbara Frum and Peter both from are on hand to talk about their shows. MOVIE Nightmare in 1 Ch. 13. Philip Abbott and Robert Ridgely star in this tale of an escaped killer who terrorizes the city for 72 hours. Director signs contract EDMONTON British director John Neville has signed a new three-year contract with Edmonton's Citadel executive producer Joe Shocter announced Friday. Mr. Neville moved here a year ago. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS. Programs are listed by the Radio and Stations. Any variation in program schedule due to last-minute changes by the stations and it not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC 1090 MONDAY thru FRIDAY 9 00 Checline 12 30 News 6.50 Farms News i 00 Grain Prices 7.30 News. Wthr Sport 5 00 News. Wthr. Sports CJOC 1220 5 00 Probe 1220 5 25 Sports 5 40 Market Report 5 41 Local News 00 World jt Six 7 50 News. Wthr Sports 12 00 Hour of Information 1 00 News and Gram Prices 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 6 00-10 00 p m Uel King 10 00-12 Midnight Concerts. Overtures and Encores 12 00 Midnight Sign Off on Monday Tucsdjv thru Friday Del King 6.30 AS Happens 8 03 Between Ourselves 9 00 Music West 10 00 Mews 10 10 From the Capitals 10.15 Five Nights A Week 10.30 MUMC and Opinion 11 03 The Inner Ear FRIDAY 30 Warm-Ups 6 05 Calgary Eve Opener CBR 1010 fl 00 World at Eight 8 10 Eve Opener 1 00 World at Nine 10 59 Time Signal 12 O.'l Radio Noon l.M Stock Market 2 03 School Broadcast .1 30 Max Ferguson 4 00 BBC News 6 00 World at Six The Pepsi People Feeling Chinook Beverages wish to announce DIET PEPSI in it's new lightweight Family Size Bottle Deposit price same as all family size bottles. 5-00 O Hollywood squares O News O Password 5 25 ffi Lucy 5 30 Ot News O N H L. O News 5 55 ffi News 6 00 ffi News O Wai tons 6 30 ffi Truth or Consequences ffi Beat the Clock 7 00 O Basketball Chopper One ffi Girl with Something Extra 7 30 ffi Sanford and Son ffi Firehouse 8 00 ffi Kung Fu ffi Ironside 0 All Around the Circle 8 30 O Odd Couple 9-00 ffi Streets of San Francisco O Movie. Battle of Toque River ffi Hawaii Five-0 O Medical Centre 10 00 ffi Streets of San Francisco O News O News 10 30 O Tonight Show O Maude O Movie Tall Man Riding 11 00 ffi News O News 11-20 O PM ffi News 12 00 0 Movie. Voyage Into Space ffi Mcrv Griffin 2.00 O Movie- Please Mr Balszac Friday Morning 5-55 ffi Thought for the Day 6-00 ffi University of the Air 6 15 O Understanding Our World ffi Yoga 6.45 O Salute to Agriculture 6 55 0 Farm News 7 00 0 Socrets of the Kitchen 0 Canada A M O Today Show 0 Captain Kangaroo 7 30 0 Wizard of Oz 7 45 0 Farm and City 8.00 0 Pinocchio 0 News 8 .'10 O Kd alien ffi Romper Room O Gambit 9 00 ffi This Week O Polka Dot door ffi Now Your See It 9 15 ffi N K B 9 TO ffi O Mon Ami Friendly Giant O Hollywood Squares O Jack LaLanne 10 00 ffi Lifestvle O Canadian Schools O .Jackpot ffi Young and Restless 10 .10 a Mr. Dress Up ffi Lot's Make A Deal O Celebntv Sweepstakes 11-00 ffi Fred Davis Show ffi All My Children O Jeopardy 11 30 ffi Galloping Gourmet O A.s the World Turns ffi Let's Make A Deal 12 00 ffi Buckshot O Uncle Bohby ffi Newlvwed Game O Davs of Our Lives 12 30 ffi Beat the Clock O TRuth or Consequences O News O The Doctors 1 00 ffi Movie Nightmare In Chicago O Let s Make A Deal ffi General Hospital O Another World 1 30 O General Hospital O One Life to Live 2 00 0 Our Town O Pyramid O Tattlctales 2 30 ffi Somerset O Mike Douglas 3 00 0 Take Thirty 0 Another World O Three On A Match 3 30 0 Edge of Night 0 Girl In My Lif- 4 00 0 Family Court 0 Split Second O Joker's Wild ID Anything You Can Do 4-30 0 A Place of Your Own O News 0 Star Trek ;