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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, May 28, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD J TV HIGH LIGHTS 1 MONDAY SPORT: Baseball, p.m., Ch. 9. The Oakland Athletics meet the Detroit Tigers. SPORT SPECIAL! Indianapolis 500, t p.m., 11. The 57th Indy 500, taped earlier today, with 33 drivers com- peting for big cash prizes. REPEAT PROGRAMS: Doris Day, Irish Rovers, Part- ridge Family, Camxm, Medical Center, Ironside. INTERVIEW: V.I.P., 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Conversations with well-known personalities. Tonight's guests are actress Patricia Neal and senior editor of the New York Times, Harrison Salisbury. RETURN: "What On p.m., Ch. 7. A panel tries to identify unusual and obscure artifacts. INTERVIEW: Merv Griffin, 12 midnight, Cb. 13. From Las Vegas Merv talks to Alan King, Jerry Vail and dancer Audrey Arno. MOVIE DRAMA: "The 1 p.m., Ch. 13. An account of one mam's shattering Sunday odyssey through affluent suburbia. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the ponsibiliry of The Lethbridge Herald. Morley McGill and Allan porary Sports; Leo Dow: ings MONDAY thru FRIDAY News Buryl Clark News Farm News Cattle Prices News 7.30 News k CHEC Belt: Contemporary Farm News Music Sports News Sob Hssketh News Chec-line Chec Trading Leo Dow John Oliver aoc News; Doug Marvin: Contem- We Remember: Sunday Morn- Farm News Sports Grain Prices Call of the Land _ John Oliver Post Dave King Jack Neufeld Paul Tessie' News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whitt, Bill Matheson; Sport Brent Stely and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card MONDAY NIGHT News Stan Bailey Show Sports News World at Six Stan Bailey Show MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 13 noon-6 p.m. Dell-0 6 p.m.-IO p.m. Don Hedman 6 10 p.m -12 midnight Concerts, Overtures 4 and Encores (Bob Concle) Bruce Bowia Jim Parsons TUESDAY CBC News Jim Elliott e.35 Fnone Bill bncw Ask the Doctor CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMasfer 12 noon-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p m.-l a m. Dell-0 SUNDAYS a.m.-l p.m. Concerts, Overtures and Encores Show Jack Thys News and Grain Prices Jack Thys Stan Bailey Show Probe 1220 World at SIX (Bob 1-2 p.m. The Hour (German program) 2 p.m. Don Hedman 4 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Coricie) CBR Radio 1010 Calgary MONDAY NI6HT Ideas News Groove Yard World at Six TUESDAY As It Happens 5.30 Warmup Music of Our People Eye Opener Identities World at Eight News, Wthr, Sport Calgary Eye From the Capitals Opener _____ Five Nights a Week The World at Nine News CBC Playhouse Time Signal World at Six This Country Radio Noon Stock Market 2.03 BBC Comedy Max Ferguson 3-03 Bob Kerr BDI_ news Home Run Don't Miss Reading The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK COMING OUT TUESDAY (Included with your copy of The Herald) Southern Albert's LARGEST Rural Circulation Copies-Over Readers CJOC-TV Channel 7 (CablevisTan Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT Hollywood Crossfire CJOC News Mocle: News Outdoor Living Shnne Bingo Wildlife Unlimited Partridge Family Cannon This Is the Law U.I.P. What on Earth National News News, Sports, Wthr 10.30 Mr. Dress Up Sesame Street Lassie Chan at Monte Carlo 12.30 Truth or TUESDAY Pmocehlc S.OO Marvel News, Farm and City Ed Allen Children's Cinema 10.00 Mon Ami Friendly Giant CFCN Lethbridge Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) Consequences Let's Make a Deal Nancy Miller 2-00 Galloping Gourmet 2-30 Joan Wsterfield Take 30 Edge of Night Family Court Drop In Hollywood MONDAY NIGHT News Beat the Clock Doris Day Rollin' Sanford and Son Medical Centre Pig -n Whistle Ironside News News Merv Griffin TUESDAY Thought for Day University of Air 4'30 Romper Room Canada A.M. Uncle Bobby community Calendar Life Style Eye Bet Family Affair Movie: The Swimmer Somerset Another World Fashions In Sewing What's ths Good Parlons Francals Word Trouble with Tracy Anything You Can Supermarket Do Yoga Buckshot Pierre Barton Star Trek KRTV Great Fallt Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) MONDAY NIGHT News Baseball Bonanza News Tonight Show Our World Salute to Agriculture Baffled Today Show World Turns Today In Montana News Pyramid Doctors Sale of Century Another World Hollywood Hollywood Talking Jeopardy Secret Storm Who- What' Mike Douglas Cams Joker.j News News News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (C.bteviiion Ch. 11) MONDAY NIGHT Password News News Truth or Consequences indy 500 The Rookies Movie: Impossible Years TUESDAY Farm News Captain Kangaroo News Jack Audrey Galloping Gourmet Young and the Restless News Search for Tomorrow All My Children Make Deal Newlywed News Genera I Hospital One Life to Live Days of Our Lives Dinah's Place Three on a Match Dating Split Seccnd Bewitched Password Flip flips about two lawsuits LOS ANGELES (AP) Co- median Flip Wilson has labelled as "preposterous" the 4-million fraud and assault and battery lawsuits filed against him by a woman who said she was his personal and professional asso- ciate for 16 years. Wilson said here that fur- ther comment would be "in- appropriate" because "neither I nor my counsel have as yet seen the court papers." "ft is, and has always been, my practice not to comment publicly about my personal said Wilson. The assault and battery action and the lion fraud suit were filed re- cently by Sylvia Teresa Davis. She said Wilson kicked and beat her, threatened to shoot her and withheld money owed to her. LOS ANGELES (AP) Ac- tress Barbara Eden and actor Michael Ansara say they will begin a trial separation Tues- day after 15 years of marriage. Miss Eden will continue to live at the family's San Fef- nando Valley home with the couple's seven-year-old son, a spokesman said. Today's Showtirnes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Soylent Green" Last Complete Show Adult PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Steelyard Blues" Last Complete Show Adult, Not Suitable for Children COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Slipstream" Last Complete Show Adult, Not Suitable for Children GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "See No Evil" "Bless the Beasts and Children" One Complete Show Adult Maharishi Mahesh Yogi There will be an INTRODUCTORY LECTURE on TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION A simple natural technique for developing the mind and bringing deep rest to the body. NO ADMISSION CHARGE Tues., May 29 8 p.m. Civic Sports Centra All Purpose Room Speaker: BRUCE HANSEN Sophia and cub Actress Sophia Loren plants a kiss on cheek of her four-year-old son, Cipi, as she helps the boy become ac- quainted with a lion cub. The cub, Sophia, was a gift presented to the Italian actress and her son during a visit to the Bewdley Wild Life Safari Park in Worcestershire, England. Touring orchestra warmly applauded BATH, England (CP) The National Arts Centre Orchestra of Canada opened the Bath Fes- tival in Bath Abbey, which was crowded with an estimated appreciative listeners. The audience gave the orches- tra under Mario Bernardi a three-minute burst of applause, but there were no ther asked for or prof erred. When the city's gold-chained mayor left hurriedly for an opening-night dinner party, the crowd followed. East, a newly-commissioned Noted jazz trombonist dies at 67 NEW YORK (AP) Jay Cee Higginbotham, jazz trombonist of the 1930s and '40s who play- ed with Louis Armstrong, Flet- cher Henderson, Lucky Millin- der and other jazz greats, died here. He was born fn Atlanta, Ga., 67 years ago. In addition to per- forming, he composed such songs as Give Me Your Tele- phone Number, Swing Out, and Higginbcthiam Blues. ALEXANDER HOTEL Tonight in the Saloon Tavern work by R. Murray Schafer of Toronto, evocative of Hindu mysticism, was warmly re- ceived. Highlights of the program were Mozart's Second Violin Concerto, played by Hungarian- born Gyorgy Pauk, and Haydn's Miracle Symphony. The latter work was on the orchestra's program during the Polish and Kussian parts of its European tour. Also warmly applauded was the orchestra's rendition of Sir Michael Tippett's Fantasia Con certante on a theme of Corelli Tippett is artistic director o the Bath Festival which this year marks the anni versary of the crowning of the first king of all England, Bad gar, a descendent of Alfred the Great and father of Ethelred Unreddy. The old abbey, built on the site of the Eadgar coronation was brilliantly lighted for a CBC television recording of the event to be shown in Canada this fall. After concerts in Bris- tol, London and Landaff, Wales the orchestra leaves this week for Paris and Rome. New cable TV chief faces growing power struggle TORONTO (CP) F. C. I Bud) Garrett is going to need more than the usual quota of di- ilomacy and determination for he next year. As the newly-elected chair- man of the Canadian Cable Television Association he will be at the centre of a ;rowing power struggle be- ween the provinces and the federal government that looks ikely to encompass the entire Canadian telecommunications ndustry. The former army colonel from Vancouver already was adopting a low profile when in- erviewed after bis election here. "We'll discuss control of our ndustry with all interested par- ies but we're not going to be drawn into any federal-provin- cial he said. Mr. Garrett, his fellow direc- ;ors and the 267 member-com- janies of the CCTA will need ietermination to ensure the in- iustry is not knocked off course in the political sparring. The cable companies have their own spectacular growth to thank for their spotlighted posi- tion at the centre of the tele- communicaions stage. More than six million Cana- 30 per cent of the national now tuning in to cable TV, said Mr. Garrett. Comparable figure in the United States is about nine per cent. So far, the federal govern- ment has held regulatory con- trol through the Broadcasting Act but recently the notably Quebec, Alberta, Sas- katchewan and now Ontario- have emerged as challengers. Mr. Garrett, born in London In 1921 and brought to Van- couver a year later, heads the consulting services division of Fred Welsh Antenna Systems with senior management re- sponsibilities in another cable firm. He said there could perhaps be room for both Ottawa and the provinces in the develop- ment of the cable TV industry. "In some areas of the In- dustry the provinces could have useful regulatory powers, but there we other sectors where we are so bound up with the broadcasters that it makes sense for the federal govern- ment to exert he said. Whatever arrangement the provinces work out among themselves and with Ottawa, there must not be duplicating or conflicting regulations, he said. That would harm the industry and in turn hurt the viewer. Mr. Garrett, whose career In telecommunications dates to 1945, said the CCTA has good relationships with both the provinces and Ottawa and ht wants it to remain that way. THIEVES SPECIALIZE POET HURON, Mich. (AP) Even thieves specialize nowa- days. Police say an area thief broke into eight rooms in a local motel this weekend and stole six color TVs but ignored black and white models. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic Suite 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 green acres drive-in LAST TIMES TON1TE er Migttth Dr. Count Hwy., 327-1100 "Bless The Beasts and The Children" In Color "SEE NO EVIL" In Color with MIA FARROW TUESDAY AND WED. ADULT SIDNEY POfflSR HARRY BELAFONTE htPREMHER f- RUBYDEE-CAMERON MITCHELL HIT NO. 2: 'NOON SUNDAY" In Color Gates Open One Complete Show p.m. Stti St. 4th An. South. 327-5100 Tonite and lues.' SOYLENT GREEN ADULT Coming Next "MAN OF LAMANCHA" In JANE FONDA DONALD SUTHERLAND PETER BOYLE From Warner Bros. 2 at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN paramount cinema 3th St. 4th An. South. 3Z7-S1M NOW SHOWING ADULT-NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN college cinema 20th An. Mayer fftwnh Or, 328-6300. Tonite thru Wed. p.m. SOUTHERN ALBERT THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE OTHER" In color. The shocking best-seller becomes the shocking movie. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, May 28, 29 and 30. Monday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "MADRON" In color. Starring Richard Boone and Leslie Caron. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, May 28, 29 and 30. Monday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CRfcEK Fox Theatre "HEL'S ANGELS ON WHEELS" In color. Starring Adam Raarke, Jack Nicholson and Sabrina Scharf. Mon- day, Tuesday and Wednesday, May 28, 29 and 30. Monday show at p.m. Adult. TABER. Tower Theatre "GUM SHOE" In color. Starring Albert Finney. Monday and Tuesday, May 28 and 29. Monday shows at and p.m. Adult. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPAR TMENT CITY OF IETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING and MUSEUM SCHEDULE May May May Jun. June Jun. 3 Mon., June FRITZ SICK Swim (adults only) 12 1 Swim (adults only) 12 1 p.m. Public Swim Swim (adults only) 12 Swim (adults only) 12-1 p.m. Public Swim Swim 3-6 Swim 1-5 p.m. Family Swim 6-8 Swim (Adults Only) 12 1 p.m. LIONS Swim and 6.30-9 Swim and Swim and Swim and Swim 1-5 and 6-9 Swim 1-5 and 6-9 Swim i t end p.m. HENDERSON Swim 1-9 Swim 1-9 Swim 1-9 Swim 1-9 Swim 1-9 Swim 1-9 Swim 1-9 p.m. j L f'tn ALEXANDER SALT p.m. FRITZ SICK POOL, llth ST. and 5th AVE. S.; LIONS POOL 411 16th ST. N.; HENDERSON POOL, PARKSIDE DRIVE ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL SUMMER PROGRAMME, 1973 at BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE ADULT EVENING COURSES-June 4 to August 30, 1973 COURSE SILVERSMITHING PHOTOGRAPHY BATIK and MACRAME SCULPTURE FIGURE DRAWING PAINTING PRINT MAKING GROUP GUITAR JUne 18 9 DAY Monday Monday Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Thursday Monday and Thursday TIME p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. The adult evening courses will run night per week for 12 weeks. Course fee is extent materials and equipment are supplied. Registration for any course, junior or adult, should be made not later than the Friday course. A minimum enrolment must be obtained before the course can proceed. Registrations at the Bowman Arts Centre, 811 5th Ave.. S., by phone (327-2813) or in Friday, p.m. INSTRUCTOR Dave Dahl Bill Pratt Joyce Wisweli Kent Sheffer Bill Pratt Vladimir Fiala Mirek Joyce Wisweli Dale Ketcheson To a reasonable prior to the start of the person, Monday through ;