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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY 1MOVIF, "Tin; Ovor-Tlic-llill (imij; 111 il s 7 p.m., eh. A comic account of throe iclircd Texas Rangers who 'Tide'1 again to rescue a buddy from skid row. SPECIAL: AIIC NCHS Inquiry. 7 p.m., Cll. 11. "Oceans; Tlic Silent Crisis" reports on Ihe rivers bcmpr turned foul hy pollulants. Noted experts and film clips point up Ihc crisis facing mankind. WATril WOULD: I.lnyd p.m., CIi, 7. From the luxury of a yacht in Llie Grenadines lo the outboard being (railed lo a rnoimlain lake. IIOCUMKNTAHY: "The LonR-llairplI 10 p.m., rii. 7. First of two repeat programs floenmenting the lives uf 19th-century romantic music revolutionaries, Berlioz, Liszt and Wagner. HISTORICAL DRAMA: Man Alive, 10.30 p.m., CIi. 7. The deadly conflict between King Charles I and Oliver Cromwell, which led lo the king's execution, is probed. INTERVIEW: David Frusl, 12 iiiiiliiiglil, Oh. 1.1. Deb- orah Ken-, Eli Wallach, Anne Jackson, Dennis Cole mid Barry Mann arc Ihc guests. TUESDAY MOVIE DllA.MA: "Nhool 1 p.m., f'h. 7. An Amer- ican army officer in England attempts to track down the chief of a notorious international spy ring. MOVIE COMF.11Y: "The Miracle o( Morgan's 1 p.m., Ch. A timid little 4 F is in despair because his girl keeps running around with servicemen. nrr Radio TV ANbLU a "stings Program ore liitad by Hie radio and tohvliioif JtatlBni. Any variation Jn program it due to latt- mlnuti Ihf rtallohi and II not mpon- ilbllHy oflne Herald'or Anglo Clifribulori Slireo and Pfiotoarnphfc Centn. CHEC -A- Roger Cliannon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGilf wifh Contemporary Newi MONDAY NIGHT Dave Kirn Berry H1 MONDAY NIGHT World a! Six Jchn Walker Request Line B-.OO John Charles Doug Anderson Show Jack NcUeld TUESDAY Buryl Clark ft CJOC TUESDAY CBC News Jim Elliott Phone Dill Shew Wayne Barry CHEC-Llne Len Do.v Oliver 3.00 Dave Kin 3 Jack Party Line John Walker World at Six CHEC FM -fc News on Ihe Hour Wlhr. on Ihc Half Hour MON. THRU SAT. 1C: GO Contort (Bob Don AAacV.aster Consle) Den Hodman a.m. Sign-Oil if CBR Radio 1010 Calgary MONDAY NIGHT Fiv? Nigrils A TWs World al ill V.'ei'K 17.03 Radio Noon Quebec Jjnw 10 Eyt Opancr .'-.03 Home Run Nfiv.-s, V.'lhr, Snort R-OU World nl Fight 5'3i Nev.s From The Capitals Eye Oroncr World Six CLCC CLCC over Coblevislon Ch. 7 Monday lliru 7 00 DOUQ Dave Obcra Jonn Malakcfl Carol ?fflr5 c.-oo Duane Weyprs ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE! IS The World's Best Color TV "Nobody Makes Color Like Sony" See Ihe complete Sony line ot ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS and Pkotoglapnic Centct 419 5th St. S. Phone 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT Lil s d Deal n-Ci iCJ t M iVI cor.-.: p 7 li r, 7 Pavers 11 .'i r, Or! TUciDAY M.1 !cr '.Vrr'-l 9 rj Ci.y e.Ol c 9.JO I rcr.t i I nrncilv Ginnt ChilTnc-r- in I... ;s ciT.- Molcnc Naluro d i; :CD Slrcdt CFCN Icthbridgo Ch. 13 Ch. MONDAY lilGHT V t, fi.i i-.in tbc Hiiy A'-ovin O.fr ihc f, ol Hin G.inq Ritlcs 9 m Hi Limits (c) Aqr-in (c) i VLM Trr'n-S 1P P0 Convrrsfll.or, News Faces Nc-.vs Id ll.rn W N.irlh Wnpic iv. .10 ucnl Ihc Clnck l.UO Movio: Miracle ol Mordfln's Crook Wfiars jhe Good VJcrri tc) Another World AnyHiino You Can Do (c) -l.OO Btilmon fc) AUa (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablcvision Ch. 9) MONDAY NIGHT 3 no N i..iO Mr on Dinah's Chun (t.) Liln lo UVB fl-.iO Jrick Lfll.iinnc (c) Autlrrv ic) on .1 Malch t 3-.10 Dritinti Gnine "Spc.-m Al O'v-ilchrd S.CO m.sswnrd The H ox r.v C'unailian I'rrss Slnff Writer Fourteen months afio, .lack llerscliorn walked out of Slu- Three in Vancouver ami into John Christian's apart- ment wild some Infill-priced ideas and no down payment. The subject was music, Ihc Canadian kind. And Ihc longer they talked, Ilio more Ilioy re- alized Ihc only way people were going to hear what they had lo say was if [.hey did it themselves. As Jack headed for home ahout four in the morning, John jokingly promised: "You Journalist Is ordered lo leave SAIGON (ReuLor) Kalian freelance journalist Emiio la- cobucci has been ordered lo Icai'c South Vietnam for (he ille- gal hoarding of weapons, am- munition and documents, the of- ficial Vietnam Press news agency said today. lacobucci, 32, lias been in South Vietnam for four years. He said weapons seized in a po- lice raid on his house were given him by Americans for his own protection when leaving Quang Tri before the fall of that city to the North Vietnamese, tiic 'Tlocumonls" could only be North Vietnamese and Viet Cong currency, stamps and other souvenirs he has had for many years. SAIGON A photogra- pher lor the Columbia Broad- casting System wns wounded today in iighling at My Chanh on (he northern CBS News said. Vinh Vc, a veteran combat photographer, suffered shrapnel wounds ol the right forearm when a North Vietnamese rock- ct-grcnade exploded near him. PLAN TO BE AT THE EXHIBITION PAVILION JUNE 10 a IG-lrack studio and Til sintf-" Today, there 's n called Christian making a lot nf noise on middle-of-the-road and rock staliun.s on hull] sides of the bonier for Cnn- liase II cc o r d s. a wholly- owned, public Canadian company thai is def- initely a conversation piece, The of John's. compositions frtnn the high- energy Doesn't Take Loim lo the (ouclnnR ballad, Jusl Like a a spare-lime project. Ninety minutes here, three hours there. Studio time went to the paying customers dur- ing business hours in the 3fi7 days between first rehearsal and final mix-down. IIKLPKD F.Y ANGEL It was a tong time In September, ]Q70. -John was struggling with the in- compatible roles of artist and business manager a.s presi- dent of his own dream, Ocelot Records. The songs were ready, writ- ten in a lot of places about a lot of faces between N'eiv York and Topanga Canyon, and an "angel." in the form of a California millionaire, had put up Ball in the Country came out as a single on the Ocelot label by a jazz-rock group called a couple rlays. Faced with a distribu- tion problem and shrinking capital, John released it to London Records and Ihe dream started to fade into bankruptcy and a bad mem- ory. Enter Jack Ilcrschorn, a frizzy-haired wheeler-dealer who established Studio Three with lolksinger Tom North- cott. Ifc had an idea and the right, amount of flash to con- vince big-money people lo fi- nance it. Herschorn Produc- tions purchased Aragon Stu- dios, a respectable b'ttle plant, and Jack stayed around to over-see his brainchild after it became part of Can-Base In- dustries. SUPPLIED HUMOR In addition to the corpo- ratcly funky studio-office in Vancouver, Can-Base Records can be found on Sunset, Boulfl- vard in Hollywood, under the professional eye of Billy Sher- SOUTHERN ALBERT THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "Tim INVINCIBLE In color. Starring Sluart Wiilman, Eltc Summer and Curt Jurgcus. Momlav, Tuesday anrf Wednesday. May 29, -10 and 31 Monday show al p.m. AduU .Not Suitable For Children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "KLUTE1' In color. Starring Academy Award Winner Jane Fonda and Donald Sutherland. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, May 23. 30 and 31. Monday show at p.m. -Restricted Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE LAST MERCENARY" In Technicolor. Starring Ray Danton and Pascale Petit. Monday and Tuesday, May 29 and Monday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "McMASTERS" In color. Starring Burl Ives Monday and Tuesday. May 29 and 30. Monday shows at anil p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE FRITZ SICK POOL Tuesday, May 30 Public Swimming Wednesday, May 31 NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swimminn Public Swimming friday. June 2 NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swimming Saturday, Juno 3 Public Swimming Sunday, June 4 Public Swimming Pamily Swimming Monday, June! 5 NOON HOUff SWIM Public Swimming p.m. p.m. p.m. 12-00-1.00 p m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. LIONS POOL Wednesday, May 31 Public Swimming p.m. Thursday, June 1 Public Swimminn p.m. Friday, June 2 Public Swimming 3.30-9.00 p m. Soiurrlny, June 3 Public Swimming p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Sunday. Juno -1 Public Swimming 1 OO-'t 00 p.m. Public Swim-nine, p.m. Monclny June 5 Public Swimming 3.30-9 00 p.m. NOTE: The 1972 Summer Season family Swimminct Pas) h now on salt! al (Jio fiiti Sick Pool anH Ilio lions Pool during Public Swimming Hours, for further inl'ormalion see the pool cashier, or cnntocl Iho Community Services Deportment fil 328 7341. local 736. man, a on Hie American pcenu for some 3 cars. The (.'hrislimi in- cludes four other musicians who came for the album .scs- ,siun ami a Terry Gottlieb, HKJ guy with HIR bass guitar and iho r.fro, kept everybody loose through those: long nights iind rnrly mornings ;is the good-humor man. lie and Howard Lt'csc. who plnys guilai'. prev; up In- gel her m Los Angeles. Mi- chael Cierow tscL up bis drum Jalna series kiL in a lot nl clubs bdnrc moving inlu the studio with k c y b o a r d rpoc-ialist J.'ick Yc-lkcr. ''The more vc plavc'l to- gether, UK.' more ui3 rmild jnaJiL1 il n John, ''We haven't played live ycl. on (lu: ;ilbum over a long period Iv.s kupl the en- ergy chcingus ddwn, so Hint when il, conios oul on Klaye, iL just explodes.'' you thought album was good. adcfcd Howard, "wait until }ou hear the next one.1' TORONTO fCP) The CRC has cancelled fuiihei1 production ol its premiere scries The Lcoaks of Jahia. Thorn Benson, director of en- lerlaimnenl programs for Die CBC. said one more hour-long segment, be filmed lo the tclal number of shows in Ihe series to ]3. To date tlie CBC has spent S2 million on the first 12 episodes. A spokesman for the corpora- tion said that r.Hhongh the pro- gram was sold to Britain's Thames TV lor on the condition there were 2G epi- sodes, there was still a possibil- ity of selling Ihe original 13 shows. The scries, F tarring Kate Reid, Paul Harding and Amelia Hall, received strong criticism for its convoluted story-line. In making Ihc announcement, Mr. Benson said audience reac- tion, overseas sales and produc- tion difficulties caused by a long strike by CBC technicians all led to the decision. Original plans had called for an initial production phase ol 13 Jalna episodes, with future pro- duction depending on a number of factors, including the possi- bility of recovering a significant proportion of the production costs from foreign sales. The TV scries introduced modern characters into thc- Whitcoak f.imiJy although Iho T-o deposit advance paymenls frujups in IriM Fccouni'-, and vilhdrav.- ihem only after flighls imule. Isolalcd breaches ol (liis rule made (lie new nec- e.ssary, the commission said. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic Suite B-304 Slh SI. S. Fh. 327-7244 NOW SHOWING TONIGHT at 8 P.M. HELD OVER FOR A 3rd BIG WEEK! ONE OF THE MOSI BRUTAL AND MOVING CHRONICLES OF AMERICAN LIFE EVER DESIGNED WITHIN THE LIMITS OF POPULAR ENTERTAINMENT -Vinccnl Canby, New limes NEXT MATINEE SATURDAV AT 2 P.M. GATES OPEN P.M. Complefe Show AT P.M. [TONIGHT thru WEDNESDAY i NO. 2 O 'VON RICHTHOFEN BROWN' in color JOHN PHItllP TONIGHT end TUES, First ul p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT H'T o SPORTING CLOS" in color wilh TOM BELL TONIGHT TUES. First at p.m. i Benjamin- do yen find w i unteirnlifcr "OH-W V" Mrsllohiawn, illiint you're the of all my vwr.b' fiic-niLs." irawrac.r SECOND FEATURE 3 "MUST SURELY RANK IN IMPACT WITH 'BONNIE AMD CLYDE'I" COLOR -1IME.JULY27.1970 ;