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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNESDAY DOCUMENTARY: Jacques Qiusicaii, 8 p.m., Cli. 13. Consieau and his research crew follow the California Gray Whale from the Arctic Ocean. MOVIE COMEDY: "Cry for r> p.m., Ch. 7. In Japan four navy combat phitographcrs learn that geishas are very proper young ladies. COMEDY: Please !l p.m., Ch. 13. Helping senior citizens is room EC's latest project and as usual get 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 espihiagu tliicken the plot. INTERVIEW: Daviil Frost. 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Two aclors, 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 bils Ihe trail in search of his parents' killer. MOVIE COMEDY: and Suddenly It's I p.m., Ch. 13. The misadventures of three Roman couples in Monte Carlo. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program Creltltedby radio and teltviilon ttationt. Any variation In program icheduli ii due lo tart- changei by ttalloru end U net Ihe reipon- llbllhy al Ihe Hirald or Anglo Dlilribulon Stereo and Photographic Centra. CHEC Roger Channon wilh Contemporary Sports Morley McGili wifh Contemporary News THURSDAY Dow Bury I Cld'k 12.00 John Oliver 6.45 Oirciine Dave Kin? WEDNESDAY NIGHT 3.-00 King Jack NnuUld Paul Tessier CJOC THURSDAY 5-3Q Jim Elite! CDC Mows WEDNESDAY NIGHT World at Sit John Walker B'OO John Charles SOS Phone Bill Show a.m. Doug Ander- Wayne Barry Son Show Probe 1230 News, Wlhr, Spsri News ond Grata John Walker World at Six CHEC FM if News Hourly Wlhr. Hclf Hour WON. THRU SAT. Don MacMastcr Concerls (Bob Consie) Don Hedman Don MacMasler Sign-Off CBR Rodio 1010 Calgary Capitals This Country WEDNESDAY NIGHT _ World af Six Vancouver Chambe Jake and thi: Kid Orchestra Recorded Music Wrillen in Rock Rmilo ND Conc THURSDAY Max Ferguson World al 6 As It Happens "-oncern News, Sports, W'ftr World ai CLCC CiCC Broadcasts over Cablevision Ch. 7 Monday thru Friday Doug Gossen Dave Olsorg Carol SG5iS d.OO Duano Mcyc fYtonuuy Tnru rriui John Malakcff ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE! IS SONY The World's Best Color TV "Nobody Mokes Color Like Sony" See the complete Sony line ot ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo ana Pnoloyiaphle Centel 419 5fh St. 5. Phone 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY Movie: Cry (or ,.55 j.arm and 9iW ft'S: Wr- Drcssup r.iy frr Happy Fncncliv G.nn1 10: .5 Chez Htlrne 11 00 Scsntrc Slrccl Mnvir Romper Roorr Ripcord Movie: Gun Fever Summer Town Take JO of Night 00 family Court Dr-.p In Trulli or Consequences tlig Knife CFCN-TV Lcthhridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NIGMl 7 30 Mliinti l.inl- Jiiccmcs CouMeau Plonr.n Sir 9-30 J.iion 10.30 Spnrlshrnt" 73 1C) Ntv.-s c THURSDAY Thought lor Day fl-Tid University of Air Hrcqram Hilignis P'15 Piirlons Frnncais f Yoga In Conversion All Abnul F.irps 55 Norlh Maple Pirrro Bnrlon Rcwitcned Ihc- Clork Wo vie: Suddenly I l'r. Murder What's Iho Good Word Anollipr World (c) Anything You Can Do tlalman (c] Buckshot Family Affair KRTV Grcnl Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NL.vh Crirnl MPdicrtl Ci M.ii NIGHT Concer Ednc of Night Chnr Me Crusade -S Ne THURSDAY Our World LucV Shov; Guide to l.ovr- My Three Sons I.OUP is n f, SpiPiulorrcl 11 11-30 As World lurns Nfi1 NOW! NDC Nlghlly News A: .15 Sfllutc Atjricullure Doclnr5 (c) Today In Monlana Another World f, 00 Dick Van Dyke (c) KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) NIGHT WEDNESDAY News A.03 News ft ;j Room 711 Miuly rrldi Cnniorly Mfl( Vnllcy of Nino Lets MilKe A Deal ihr Gw.inni Ncwlywod Game THURSDAY Nrws P.irm News (c) 1.00 Secret Storm News One Life 7.00 fiinhln Kangaroo Our Lives (c) Snn c KM DinnH's Plnco Gcneiol Hospllal .in Jack LaLnnno Three on A Mfltch ilno c Audrey (cl Dfllino Gflmo in 9-in Gallnpinri Soil! Second 10-00 Where Iho Henri Is Bcwllthrd Makes yearly Country-western singer TV star YORK (AP) Bill An- derson, a tall, good-looking young man, lokcd like a rich Texas ranchcnvucr as he walked down Fifth Avenue. His brown velvet jacket nncl frontJer pant.s wurc obviously euslom- tailored, his lealher bouts band- tooled and hi s Stetson hand- blocked. Anderson, however, is a tele- vision star. His weekly syndi- cated series lias more than 125 outlets in communities ranging from Alexandria, Minn, lo Wich- ita 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 cus- tom-made bus which doubles as Ills living quarters. He makes about a year. Anderson is not highly visible in New York, Chicago and sonic other big cities across the U.S. because be is a country-western singing star and country-west- ern has its own special fans. As Hee-Haw and The Johnny Cash Show demonstrated on a coun- t r y -w i d e basis, country-style music and comedy is the special rancy of young audiences out- side the big cities. AUDIENCE GROWS Both Hee Haw and Cash's ser- ies showed that programs and even stars special appeal have liardlimc surviving in network television where Ihe aim is to rcacli people in all conditions of age, geographic lo- cation and entertainment tastes. "There is an enormous audi- ence, though, find it is growing in the cities." Bil explained. "Right now there are at least 700 radio and FM the country that play country music full lime. There are three in Los Anqclcs, five in Boston, two in Detroit, but of: course, most of them an; in tbo south and the southwest." And it is in the south and southwest that liil Anderson is a big star. "As mir .society becomes more seem to bo getting more interested in sim- pler, more basic Ander- son said. 'Country music is really a feeling, a lot of it is the lyrics and that, I suppose, is the reason so many writers are al composers." Anderson was born in Colur bin, S.C., and grew up in Dec tur, Ga., so his roofs, like h accent, are deeply rooted belo the Mason-Dixon line. lie worked first as a dis jockey on an Athens, Ga., rod str.lion and then as a singer an writer of songs. He teamed u with another struggling begir Sileiil loiigue NAPLES, Italy (AP' Maria Romano Cardone and her mother-in law who live In adjoining apartments in the village of Carbonara often quarrelled bitterly. Tuesday she cut out the mother-in-law's tongue with a pair of scissors. "I wanted to shut her month said Maria who was charged with causing a permanent wound to 3 per. son. Maria Is 23, her mother- In-law Carmela, 57. BIRD-BATH EDMONTON (CP) Once a week, Franny and Zooey, mal- lards-in-residence at the main HOUSTON (AP) The chill wind of dying hopes and van- ished dreams whistles through the ranks of the astronaut corps. One by one, Jjkc guests leaving a party after the laugh- ter is gone, America's space- men are seeking other jobs. Of the 711 pilots and scientists selected as astronauts, 43 are left ready to fly. Twelve of this number are assigned to fly in either Apollo 17, (he last moon mission, cr Skylab. the series scheduled for next year. Twenty astronauts have never flown and are not now selected for a planned mission. Their chances of flying after spending a hall decade or more in train- ing, says one astronaut, are be- tween "poor and nonexistent." Eleven others have floivn at least once, hut arc not at present assigned to a mission, Donald Slaylon, chief of flight crew operations and one of the active astronauts who has never floivn, knows Ins office is over- staffed 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, an- nounced their retirements effec- tive later this summer. Waffle group leader hinls al resignation. EAULT STE. MARIE. OnL. (CP) Melville Watkins, leader ot Hie Waffle group, says he will resign from the New Democratic Party if the Waffle organization is forced to dis- band. A motion calling for expulsion of the group from the parly is Many of the spacemen, parti iilarly those who never flew, ar quietly making plans to leave. The announcement last wee of a joint rendezvous and docl ing mission wilh the Sovie pumped a particle of hope inl (he minds of some of th grounded spacemen. The mi pion, tentatively scheduled fo 1975, v.'ill need two or undecided as as tronatils. Slayton said the crew for tba mission probably will be se lected early in 1974 and like! will come from the veterans o the Apollo and Skylab pro- grams, Some of the spacemen wh know they have no chance fo the Russian flight are pullin for Slaylon, Ihe hard-luck guy o Ihc astronaut corps, to get on of the jobs. WAS AN ORIGINAL Slayton, one ol the origina seven American astronauts, i the only one who has neve flown. A heart murmur tha kept him on the ground ha gone away and he was restore to flight status early this year. Outside job offers for the as Ironauls, which came in cas cades during the champagn hours of America's space parly have dwindled. The only space machine o the far horizon is the shuttle the reusable spacecraft plannec for the 1950s. But that program, says Slay ton, will require a very few U'onauls. "Most of the he said "will just have to find work out side of this business." expected at the provincial council meeting June 24-25. j Mr. Watkins told a mcetinn and best cluck herc olhci. thg pond in [lie water foun- tain in the library basement. The fountain is complete will) bronze sculp Lure. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic SuHe B-304 5lh SI. S. Ph. 327-7544 Loll-b-'rV, group will also resign if il disbands. He blamed provincial leader Stephen Lcnis for (lie split in the parly. Donald MacDonald, former provincial leader and now fed- eral president of the party, urged Mr. Watkins and Iris fol- loivers (o remain ivilhin tho NDP but not as a group. He said the NDP cannot exist as two separate groups. M My New Netv 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 53 NUMBERS BONUS JACKPOT IN 48 NOS. IN 54 IN 55 NOS. IF no bingo colled aflcr 55 nos. we will continue for NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AlLOWEDr PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB THURSDAY, JUNE 1-CKEMOS FRIDAY, JUNE 2-CHEMOS SATURDAY, JUNE 3-RAYMOND CANADIANS Hydro hits bidder for pipeline VANCOUVER (CP) A British Columbia Hydro spo- kesman Monday criticized tire accounting procedures of foui rival companies bidding CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "Tire INVINCIBLE SIX" _ In color. Slarring Stuart Whit- man. Elke Somnicr and Curt Jurfions. Wednesday, Al.iy 31, show al p.m. Malt mil suitable for children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "KLUTE" In color, filnrring Aenilemy Award winner Jane Fonda and Donald .Sutherland. Wednesday, 31, show at p.m. Restricted adult. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "DIRTY IMimV" In Technicolor. Sl.nm'iiR Clinl Knsf- wnod. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Snlurday, May 31, .June 1, 2 and 3. Wednesday show at p.m. Re- stricted mliill. TABER Tower Theatre Wall Disney's "SCANDALOUS JOHN" In Technicolor. Slarring Brinn Keith and Alfonso Arati. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, May 31. Juno 1 and 2. Wednes- day shows al and p.m. Family. against hydro lo build a gas pipeline to Vancouver Island. George Barnelt, manager ol Hydro's rales and costs depart mcnt, (old a public utilities commission bearing into Die five pipeline proposals that Hy- dro's planned profit of S5 mil- lion over a 10-year period would rise to ?25 million if Hydro followed (lie accounting methods of one of the rival companies. And in a 15-year comparison with Uvo of the other compa- nies, he said, adopting llreir ac- counlijig methods would push Hydro's net revenues from million to either million or S12T million. Mr. Harriett said no compari- son was possible with the fourth company because it had Riven insufficient financial in- formation. While not nnming the compa- nies ciled, Sir. Barnelt said that differences bchvecn Hydro and Ihe Ihrce that have supplied fi- nancial data lay in how Ihe dif- ferent parties have charged the cost cf service to customers. The four companies bidding against Hydro are Malaspina Gns Pipeline Co. Ltd., Pacific Northern (Jus Lid., Georgia Gulf Transmission Co. and Ccn- lennial Natural Gas Pipeline Ltd. In its projections for on the island, Hydro spokes- men estimated (hat pulp and paper production will increase from Ihc current 3.1 million Ions lo more than five million tons by 1390. The current population of the island is .IM.'iOO and Phis is forc- casl as rising lo GiW.non by I'.KIll. with the north part of Ihc island growing at a faster ralo than the soulb. MANY Cl.uns There are 1120 figure skating clubs in Canada with rcg- i islcred skaters. IEB. R. ACS. Noon to Midnight JUNE 10 ncr end travelled to any dates they could wangle in an ailing fourth-hand car. When the ear collapsed one day his partner hocked his pre- cious record player for to cover the repair bill. Each youngster made good: His one- time partner is the same Roger Miller who hit it big with King of the Hoad. His first big hit, City Lights, really put him into show busi- ness. He was 19 and working in Commerce, Ga., as a disc jockey. THE DOORS OPEN 'I was h'ving in a three-storey hotel and lols of nights when it was hot, I'd go up on the roof wilh 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 coujiby 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 Nashvillo stars, he has close lies with tho Grand Ole Opry. He has col- 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 tha two most importanl. 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 mil come along." Wednesday, May 31, 1972 THE IETHDPIDCE HERALD 7 Reserve i'orce pay 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 al dclcticc headquar- ters, told the Commons defence committee today: "I trust thai significant adjustments for lira reserve force will be forthcom- ing when the next pay increase for (he regular forces is an- j nounced." j The basic pay for a private in I the reserves is currently SB a day. It takes two evening of drill hall training to qualify for i a day's pay. Today's Showtimes ['AKA.MOl.VT "The Godfather1' One Complete Shim1 PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects Running'1 Lust Complete Stain- COIXKGH CI.VE.MA Short Subjects "Chalets Land1' Lcsl Complete Shoiv filflCKN ACHIiS DHIVIMN' ''Valdcz is Coming'' "Von Jlichtoffen and Brmvn1' One Complete Show Cliildren'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 (he CTV net- work. Two of the three half-hour shows feature puppets. One is The Walerville Gang, a show about some underwater charac- ters concerned about the envi- ronment. The other is Puppet People, a quiz show wilh each team to consist of a child and a puppel. The final third of the block will bo reruns of this season's Story Theatre series. In addition, a new 90-minute daily morning show for adults, to lie 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, n which Hugh O'Brien plays a 'adgct-loaded James Bond ype; The Streets of San Fran- cisco, a police show with Karl Maiden; Ghost Story, featuring "ebastian Cabot, The Little 'eople, with Brian Keith as a >ediatrician; Bridget Loves iemie; The NBC Mystery Movie, and the Sonny and Cher :omedy Hour. NOW SHOWING TONIGHT at 8 P.M. ONE OF THE MOST BRUTAL AND MOVING CHRONICtES OF AMERICAN LIFE EVER DESICN-D WITHIN THE LIMITS OF POPULAR ENTERTAINMENT Vincent Canby, New York Times NEXT MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2 P.M. NOW SHOWfNG ot end p.m. An incredible adventure...that FAMILY journeys beyond imagination! FAMILY no Bruce Dern Cliff Potts- Ron Rifkirv Jesse Vint-f he Drones TONITE and THURS. First show ol p.m. HELD OVER TWO MORE DAYS II "Benjamin- do yon find me uiidearabler " MraRobinsoi 1 think you're the roost attractive of all my parents' friends." RESTRICTED ADULT SECOND FEATURE Sykes raps news media CALGARY (CP) _ Mayor :od Sykes said Monday some nembers of the news media ave conspired with an alder- lan lo stop development of a owntown convention centre. The newsmen were using (he Merman as a front to hold ack information about the entre until "a more advanta- oous lime for he aid. ''The news media can play round all il wants, but when gets down to holding back i nfornialion with an agreement bout when it should be re- eased, (ben something should i e done." The mayor did not name hose involved but said he has sked the city solicitor to in- cstigalc the matter and has Tiltcn to Pierre Juncau, direr- ir, of the Canadian Radio and elcvision Commission, asking im to investigate also. Mayor Sykes said ho asked Idcrniiin Tom I'riddlc to back his co'ilention there should ic an inquiry' into convention cnlre dealings. Whether the city meels com- :ilmpnls regarding (lie pro- :ct within the next 10 days will ctcrmine whether it goes lead smoothly or is wiped out, c mayor said. The convention centre has ccn planned (or a section of owntown and includes holel id museum space as well us facilities for convention meet- ings. "MUST SURELY RANK IN IMPACT WITH 'BONNIE AND CLYDE'I" COLOR -TIME.MY27.1970 GATES AT P.M. One Complete Show al p.m. IAST TIME TONIGHT 'VALDEZ IS COMING' In Color BURT LANCASTER 'VON RICHTHOFEN AND B.7OWN' In JOHN PHILIIP LAW J STARTS THURSDAY ADULT Waller Matlhau in a role cnly he could make so excitingly'll start talking about it from the opening scene. Jack LcTirmn directs. He lakes his '.alcnl "behind" Ihc camera (cr f thelirstlimc loaddanew. f j Ircsh dimension to his brilliant j career. Cc1: PLUS FIRST SHOWING IN LETHBRIDGE TV f.'n South' Hell Mountain I'.. ;