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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta singer r. reason so many writers are also composers." Anderson was born in Colum-b a, S.C., and grew up in Deca-tur, Ga., so his roots, like his accent, are deeply rooted below the Mason-Dixon line, lie worked first as a disc jockey on an Athens, Ga., radio station and Ihen as a singer and writer of songs. He teamed up with another struggling begin- NEW YORK (AP) Bill Anderson, a tall, good-looking young man, loked like a rich Texas ranchowner as he walket down Fifth Avenue. His brown velvet jacket and fawn frontier pants were obviously custom-tailored, his leather bouts liand-tooled and hi s Stetson hand-blocked. Anderson, however, is a teles' sion star. His weekly syndicated series has more than 125 outlets in communities ranging from Alexandria, Minn, to Wichita Falls, Tex. He has written some 500 songs, including hits such as City Lights, Where Have All the Heroes Gone and Still. He travels miles a year as a performer in a custom-made bus which doubles as his living quarters. He makes about a year. Anderson is not highly visible in New York, Chicago and some other big cities across the U.S. because he is a country-western singing star and country-western has its own special fans. As Hee-Haw and The Johnny Cash Show demonstrated on a country -w i d e basis, country-style music and comedy is the special fancy of young audiences outside the big cities. AUDIENCE course, most of them in tho south and Ihc And it is in the south and southwest that Bil Anderson is a big star, "As our society becomes more we seem to be getting more interested in simpler, more basic Anderson said. 'Country music s really a feeling, a lot of it is the lyrics and that, I suppose, is WEDNESDAY DOCUMENTARY: Jacques Coiistcan, 8 p.m., Cli. 13. Cousteau and his research crew follow the California Gray Whale from the Arctic Ocean. MOVIE COMEDY: "Cry for G p.m., Ch. 7. In Japan four navy combat phitographers learn that geishas are very proper young ladies. COMEDY: Please 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Helping senior citizens is room SC's latest project and as usual gel into difficulties. ADVENTURE: Jason King, p.m., Ch. 13. A murder in a Roman villa described by Jason in his new book comes true. Blackmail and cspiinage thicken the plot. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Cll. 13. Two actors, a singer an author and the Boys' Club Boy of the Year, 1972, are guests. THURSDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "Gun 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A rancher hits the trail in search of his parents' killer. MOVIE COMEDY: and Suddenly It's 1 p.m., Ch. 13. The misadventures of three Roman couples in Monte spac seek othe HOUSTON (AP) The chill wind of dying hopes and vanished dreams whistles through the ranks of the astronaut corps. One by one, like guests leaving a party after the laughter is gone, America's spacemen are seeking other jobs. Of the 73 pilots and scientists selected as astronauts, 43 are left ready to fly. Twelve of this number are assigned to fly n either Apollo 17, Ihe last moon mission, cr Skylab. the series scheduled for nest r jobs Many of the spacemen, particularly those who never flew, are quietly making plans to leave. The announcement last week of a joint rendezvous and dock-ng mission with the Soviets pumped a particle of hope into the minds of some of the grounded spacemen. The mission, tentatively scheduled for 1975, will need two or it's undecided as yet American as- said the crew for that mission probably will be se- ANGLOS ST Programs CrelUted by the radio and teltvhton Any variation In prcgram schedule u due to loit-minute thangei by italloiit and U not Ihe respon-tlbiliry of Ihe Herald or Anglo biitributon Stereo and Photographic showed that programs and even stars with special appea have a hardtime surviving in network television where the aim is to reach people in all conditions of age, geographic location and entertainment tastes. "There is an enormous audience, though, and it is growing in the cities." Bil astronauts have never flown and are not now selected for a planned mission. Their chances of flying after spending a half decade or more in training, says one astronaut, are between "poor and nonexistent." Eleven others have flown at least once, but are not at present assigned to a mission. Donald Slayton, chief of come from the veterans of the Apollo and Skylab programs. Some of the spacemen who know they have no chance for the Russian flight are pulling for Slayton, the hard-luck guy of the astronaut corps, to get one of the jobs. WAS AN ORIGINAL CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGil! wijh Contemporary News WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY Dave King rl John Oliver Jack Ncufeld Buryl Cla'k Kin-. Paul Tessic-r Cnecllns 3'DO Davc CJfJC WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY News, Wthr, Sporl World at Six Jim Billot News Grain John Walker C8C Mows Prires Request Line News, Wthr, Sport ijQSJack radio AM and FM the country that play country music full time. There are three in Los Angeles, five in Boston, two in Detroit, hut operations and one of the active astronauts who has never flown, knows his office is overstaffed and he is encouraging astronauts to seek other work. TWO PLAN RETIREMENT Last week, two moon walkers, Edgar Mitchell of Apollo 14 and James Irwin of Apollo 15, announced their retirements effective later this American astronauts, is the only one who has never flown. A heart murmur that kept him on the ground has gone away and he was restored to flight status early this year. Outside job offers for the astronauts, which came in cascades during the champagne hours of America's space party, have dwindled. The only space machine on the far horizon is the shuttle, the reusable spacecraft planned for the 1980s. But that program, says Slay-ton, will require a very few astronauts. "Most of the he said, "will just have to find work outside of this business." loiigue NAPLES, Italy (AP' -Maria Romano Cardone and her mother-in-law who live n adjoining aparlments in the village of Carbonara often quarrelled bitterly. Tuesday she cut out the mother-in-law's tongue a pair of scissors. "I wanted to shut her mouth said Maria who was charged with causing a permanent wound to a person. Maria is 25, her mother-in-law Carmela, group leader hints at resignation SAULT STE. MARIE, Onl. (CP) Melville Watkins, leader of the Waffle group, says he will resign from the New Democratic Party if the Waffle organization is forced to disband. A motion calling for expulsion of the group from the party is expected at the NDP provincial council meeting June 24-25. Mr. Watkins told a meeting here other members of the group will also resign if it disbands. He blamed provincia leader Stephen Lewis for the split in the party. Donald MacDonald, former provincial leader and now federal president of the party, urged Mr. Watkins and his fo -lowers to remain within tho NDP but not as a Waffle group. He said the NDP cannot exist as two separate son Show Probe 1230 World at Six CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr. Hclf Hour MON. THRU SAT. Consie) Don Hedman ,So M.cMBSter Sign-Off CBR Rndio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT From the Cap tals This Country WEDNESDAY NIGH! Five NigWS a Rafllo Noon World at Six Vancouver cnamber H Jake and the Kid Orchestra 2-03 trom Here 7'00 Recorded Music v.'rilten in Rock Max Ferguson 6-03 Concern THURSDAY World at 6 News, Sports, Wtrir World at e As It Happens CLCC CLCC Broadcasts over Cablevision Ch. 7 Monday thru Friday Doug Gossen J.'W Dave Ofcerg John Malakcff Carol Seais Dusne hits bidder for pipeline VANCOUVER (CP) A British Columbia Hydro spokesman Monday criticized the accounting procedures of four rival companies bidding against hydro to build a gas pipeline to Vancouver Island. George Barnett, manager of Hydro's rates and costs department, told a public utilities commission hearing into the five pipeline proposals that rTy-rro's planned profit of S5 million over a 10-year period would rise to million if Hydro followed the accounting methods of one of the rival companies. And in a 15-year comparison with two of the other companies, he said, adopting their accounting methods would push Hydro's net revenues from million to either million or million. Mr. Baniett said no comparison was possible with the fourth company because it had given insufficient financial information. While not naming the companies cited, Mr. Barnett said that differences between Hydro and the three that have supplied financial data lay in how the different parties have charged the cost of service to customers. The four companies bidding against Hydro are Malaspina Gas Pipeline Co. Ltd., Pacific Northern Gas Ltd., Georgia EDMONTON (CP) Once a week, Franny and Zooey, mal-lards-in-residence at the main and a bath at the best duck pond in town the water fountain in the library basement. The fountain is complete with bronze ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE! CH 1 A D Tlf il L U SI DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 8-304 5lh SI. S. Ph. 327-7544 SONY The World's Best Color TV "Nobody Makes Color Like Sony" See the complete Sony line at ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and fkolopiaphic Cenlel 419 5th St. S. Phone 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 53 NUMBERS BONUS JACKPOT IN 48 NOS. IN 54 NOS. IN 55 NOS. If no bingo called after 55 nos. we will continue for NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AUOWED! PUBLIC CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY Movie: Farm and CHy 9-00 Si- Mr. Take JO Oy fcr Happy 10: :o Friendly Grant Edge of Night News (c) chez HDlene family Court Scsnme Street In Mnvio: Romper Room Trutli or Tho Big Knile RipcortJ Consequences CFCN-TV IsJhbridgc Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NlGhl Pendulum Pierre AND GUESTS for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, JUNE I-CKEMOS FRIDAY, JUNE 2-CHEMOS SATURDAY, JUNE 3-RAYMOND r.-irnily Affair ic) Beat the Clork 1 Dream of jeannie THURSDAY MOVJP: v Transmission Co. and Centennial Natural Gas Pipeline Lid. In its projections for growth Lcnqstrc-jt University of A r What's tho Good Miiinq Link proqram Hiliqnis Word Jacques Coufteau Fashion In Sewing Anolhrr World 9-30 Jflion Kinq Yoq.l You Can Do Sptirtshrnt" '72 In "Conversation Batman (c) Ncv.'S Ic) UP: 30 All Abcu! Fares Buckshot 55 North Maple Family Affair KRTV Groal Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Concentration Edge of Night News Sale of the Century 7-03 i ove Mayfair Theatre "THE INVIXCIBLE SIX" In color. Slurring Stuart Whitman, Elke Sommer and Curt Jurfiens. Wednesday, May 31, show at p.m. Adult not suitable for children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "KLUTE" In color. Slarring Academy Award winner Jane Fonda and Donald Sutherland. Wednesday, May 31, show at p.m. Restricted adult. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "DIRTY HARRY" In Technicolor. SlarriiiR Clint Eastwood. Wednesday, Thursday, Kriday and Snlnrday. May 31, June 1, 2 and 3. Wednesday show at p.m. Restricted adult. TABER Tower Theatre Walt. Disney's "SCANDALOUS JOHN" In Technicolor. Slarring Brian Keith and Alfonso Arau. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, May 31, June 1 and 2. day shows al and p.m. estimated that pulp and paper production will increase from Ihc current 3.1 million tons to more than five million tons by 1330. The current population of the sland is and Ihis is forecast as rising to by 1390. with the north part of the island growing at a faster rato than the south. Mntlicnl Ccnirn Jeopardy Family Affair Ic) Mannix Who, What, Where r Crusade Gamete) 3.00 Lucy Show Mr-v.11; News Amateur's Guide to Tonight Sticw 1 ove is A Ma iy Love (rl SpJpiMiorw) My Three Son) THURSDAY n-30 As the World Turns News 6-15 Our World News NBC Nightly News Salute Aqricullure Doctors (c) News Today In Montana Another World Dick Van Dyke (c KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Movlr: Volley of Makfi ti Deal News tho Gw.inrii Ncwlywod Game News THURSDAY News Room m F.irm News fi-03 ami Son c Dinah's Place Hospital Marty Fcldman Jack LaLanno Three on a Match Comedy M.ichlno c Audrey (c) Dalino Gflmo Srilultc tci Hie 9'30 Gallopinrj Gourmrl Solit Second Parks Where tho Hear! Is Bewitched New, Password Moni.ina Scflrch for ten- Mlu'lin InmfiiTOW Smim IMinily All My Children CLUIiS There arc 620 figure skating clubs in Canada with rcg-i isleri'd skaters. Noon to Midnight JUNE 10 ner and travelled to any dates .hey could wangle in an ailing fourth-hand car. When the car collapsed ono day his partner hocked his pre- cious record player for to cover the repair hill. Each youngster made good: His one- Jme partner is the same Roger Miller who hit it big with King of the Road. His first big hit, City Lights, really put him into show busi- less. He was 19 and working in Commerce, Ga., as a disc jockey. THE DOORS OPEN 'I was living in a three-storey hotel and lots of nights when it was hot, I'd go up on the roof with my guitar and look down on the main street. One night 1 started fooling around with the idea of comparing the lights below with the stars above." He recorded the song and with the help of Ray Price, an established country music star, it became a hit. "Then the doors An- derson says now, 'and I was able to do something with a huge backlog of songs.' Like most of the Nashville stars, he has close ties with the Grand Ole Opry. He has lected all sorts of country music awards, appeared in a few country-style film features but has had little network television shots on Cash's show and Hee-Haw were the two most important. It bothers me a little that 1 haven't got a network the 33-year-old musician con- fessed. 'I'd like to get into more cities. Maybe it will come along." Wednesday, May 31, 1972 THE LETHBPIDGE HERALD Reserve force hike due OTTAWA (CP) Canada's reserve armed forces due for a pay increase. M a j .-G e n. E. R. Adamson, deputy chief of operations and reserves at defence headquar- ters, told the Commons defence committee today: "I trust that significant adjustments for the reserve force will be forthcom- ing when the next pay increase for the regular forces is an- nounced." j The basic pay for a private in the reserves is currently S3 a day. It takes tv.-o evening of drill hall training to qualify for! a day's pay. i Today's Showtimes I'AHA.MOl.NT "The Godfather'1 One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Silent Running" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Chatos Land" Lest Complete Show fiHICEN ACHES DKIVE-IN ''Valdez is Coming" "Von Richtoffcn and Brown'1 One Complete Show Children's TV shows Saturday TORONTO (CP) A 90-min- ute block of all-Canadian chil- dren's programming on Satur- day mornings is one of the high- lights of the fall schedule re- leased today by the CTV net- work. Two of the three half-hour shows feature puppets. One is The Waterville Gang, a show about some underwater charac- ters concerned about the envi- ronment. The other is Puppet People, a quiz show with each team to consist of a child and a puppet. The final third of the block will be reruns of this season's Story Theatre series. In addition, a new 90-minute daily morning show for adults, to be called Canada A.M., will run during the week. It is ex- pected to be patterned some- what after NBC's Today show. Among the many United States programs scheduled are: The Paul Lynde Show; Probe, in which Hugh O'Brien plays a gadget-loaded James Bond type; The Streets of San Fran- cisco, a police show with Karl Maiden; Ghost Story, featuring Sebastian Cabot, The Little People, with Brian Keith as a pediatrician; Bridget Loves Bernie; The NBC Mystery Movie, and the Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour. Sykes raps news media CALGARY (CP) Mayor Rod Sykes said Monday some members of the news media have conspired with an alder- man to stop development of a downtown convention centre. The newsmen were using the alderman as a front to hold back information about the centre until "a more advanta- geous time for he said. "The news media can play around all it wanls, but when it gets down to holding back information with an agreement about when it should be re- leased, then something should be done." The mayor did not name those involved but said he has asked the city solicitor to in- vestigate the matter and has written to Pierre Juneau, direc- tor, of the Canadian Radio and Television Commission, asking him to investigate also. Mayor Sykes said lie asked Alderman Torn Priddle to back up his contention there should be an inquiry into convention centre dealings. Whether the city meets com- mitments regarding the pro- ject within the next 10 days will determine whether it goes ahead smoothly or is wiped out, the mayor said. The convention centre has been planned for a section of downtown and includes holel and museum space as well as facilities for convention meet- ings. NOW SHOWING TONIGHT at 8 P.M. ONE OF THE MOST BRUTAL AND MOVING CHRONICLES OF AMERICAN LIFE EVER DESIGNED WITHIN THE LIMITS OF POPULAR ENTERTAINMENT -Vincent Conby, Now York Times NEXT MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2 P.M. NOW SHOWING at end p.m. An incredible FAMILY journeys beyond imagination! FAMILY Cliff Potts-Ron Rifkin-JesseVint-The Drones HELD OVER TWO MORE DAYS II TONiTE and TKURS. First show ot p.m. "Benjamin- do you find me undesirabler THE 6RAQIIATE TECHNICOLOR' 1 think you're the mostattraciivB of all my friends." RESTRICTED ____ ADUIT SECOND FEATURE __ "MUST SURHY RANK 99 IMPACT WITH 'BONNIE AND CLYDE'I" COLOR -TIME, JULY 27.1970 GATES AT P.M. One Complete Show al p.m. j IAST TIME TONIGHT 'VALDEZ IS COMING' In Color BURT RICHTHOFEN AND BSOWN' In Color JOHN PHILLIP LAW I STARTS THURSDAY ADULT ABC PiciuiKttii Walter Matthau in a role only he could make so excitingly different.. .you'll start talking e about it from the opening scene. Jack Lcmmon directs. He lakes hi ialenl "behind" the camera for jithelirsttimetoaddanevv, I fresh dimension to his brilliant V I career. LV; PLUS FIRST SHOWING IN LETHBRIDGE Hell Mountain ;