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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TV HIGHLIGHTS WEDNESDAY MUSIC: Lawrence Wclk Show, .6 p.m., Ch. 7. Music down through the ages is traced by Lawrence and his musical family with backgrounds, scenery and costumes marking the changes. SPORT: NHL Hockey, C p.m., Ch. 13. The Buffalo Sabres meet the Maple Leafs in Toronto. WILDLIFE: This Land, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. A study of whales and their future, and present legislation on whale-hunting. COMEDY: Benny Hill, p.m., Ch. 7. Actors and singers are Benny's guests with a spoof of European song contests with "entries" from six countries. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Sand p.m., Ch. 13. Part I of an adventure set in civil war China of the 1920s. DOCUMENTARY: of the p.m., Ch. 7. The hardy winter existence of Canada's Eskimos. POLITICS: U.S. Prc-Election Report, p.m., Ch. 7. A report on the issues and the mood of the U.S. electorate with Don McNeil! as host. MOVIE COMEDY: "Tom a.m., Ch. 7. Henry Fielding's bawdy novel about the amorous adventures of a good-natured youth in 18th century England. THURSDAY MOVIE WESTERN: 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A story about a newly-appointed marshal battling to clean up a law- less Arizona town. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs listed by the radio and television stations. Any variation In program schedule is due to last- changes by the stations and is not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Morley McGill and Allan Bell: Contemporary News Doug Marvin: Contemporary Sports Ubo Dow: Farm News Music Wo Remember: Sunday Mornings MONDAY thru FRIDAY Leo Dow Grain Prices Farm News Oliver e-35 Chec line Farm Hews Jack Neufeld Chec Trading Post Cattle Prices Paul Tejsier CJOC News with Bill Skelton, Rod Whitt, Bill Matheson Sport Brent Seely and Don Maclean Farm and Ranch Doug Card WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAt News, Wthr, Sport 5-00 Probe 1220 Jim Elliot News and Grain tM World al Six CBC News prices John Walker News. Wthr, Scort Jack Thys Request Lin, iS WaterS John Walker John Charles Elliot Probe 1220 Barry Heglaraf Probe 1220 World at Six CHEC FM -k News, Wthr., Sports Hourly MON. THRU SAT. Don MacMaster Bot Concie Concerts (Bob Don Don CBR Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT Written In Rock World ot SIX TUIIBCDAV AS It Happeni inuKsuxi Concern Eye Opener News, Sports, Wthr B.OO world at 8 From the Capitals _ Five Nights i week Vancouver Cham- This Country ber Orchestra Radio Noon Stockmarket Schools Max Ferguson Bob Kerr Home Run BBC News World at t As It Happens See it it's New at ANGLO NEW TFM 7300W SONY Super Sensitive Portable RADIO Really sounds off with plenty of pow- er. 1.5 watt output drives big 4" speak- er. Features AFC switch, telescopic an- tenna, dial light for night use, power se- lector, with AC built right in. batteries, ear- phone. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and Pkotoplaphic Centel 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" WEDNESDAY NIGHT Movie: Lets Make a Deal Tom Jones CJOC News ruiioenav 6-00 Lawrence Welk THURSDAY Laugh-In Super Heroes B-00 This Land Wizard cl Oi Bonny Hill and Farm CJOC-T" Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) Marine Boy Pink Panther Truth or Consequences Nancy Miller (c) Hotiywood Squares Ed Allan (cl 9-30 Peopie tho Seal Facts U.S. Pre-Election Mr. Drfissup Special Canadian Schools ii-MiNiw ici Friendly Giant 11. 00 News (0 Helena CJOC Mews Crossfire (c) Joan Waterfletd Take 30 Edge of Night Family Court Drop In Lets Make a Deal CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 {Cablevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NIGHT NHL Movie: The Sand Pebbles {Par! 1) iporlsbea) 72 News News (c) Mcrv feriffln THURSDAY Thought tor Day Unlvbrsily ct Air Romper Room Canada A.M. Yoga 1C) Community Calendar (c) French-Canadian baritone newcomer to Met Opera TORONTO (CP) A new- comer to the Metropolitan Opera in New York in 1973 will be Louis Quilico. On Jan. 1 the French-Cana- dian baritone, of Italian de- scent but bora in Montreal, will make his official debut at the Met in Verdi's Traviata. He will sing the part of Mar- guerite Duval's father, which he has sung many times in all the great European capitals. The engagement is more or less for Quilico the crowning of a career which has been brilliant from the start. As early as 1955, the singer, then only 27, won the auditions held by the Met and was of- fered a contract to sing minor parts. He refused. Last February he was called at the last moment to replace an ailing singer. After a single day of rehearsal he sang the part of Golaud, in Pelleas et Melisande, one of the most difficult in the reper- tory. That night, which was for Quilico a personal Humph, was to have a marked influence on his car- eer. It is under these promising auspices that he will make an entry into the famous Metro- politan Opera House on the first day of 1973. Sometime in January he will also sing Me- phisto, in the opera Faust by Gounod. FOUND SECURITY In 1969 Quilico came "to To- ronto to live, with his wife Lin Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Slaughter" Lsst Complete Show Restricted Adult PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Butterflies are Free" Last Complete Show Adult COLLEGE CINEMA "Cool Breeze" "Night of Lepus" Last Complete Show Restricted Adult and their three children. They both teach at the music de- partment of the University of Toronto. They also have a stu- dio in the basement of a large bungalow that they have just acquired, in a quiet district of the city's north end. The Quilicos admit having found in this city the peace and security which Montreal failed to bring them. "1 have lost my shirt in Montreal, and gained it back in said Quilico in an interview. "I am a French-Ca- nadian, and so is my mother and so is my wife. I certainly love Montreal. But the artistic atmosphere there is about as unstable as the political at- mosphere. To be productive, an artist needs a certain mea- sure of stability. He has to know where his bread is com- ing from, at least a year ahead of time." Quilico also said he found that the Quebecois, today, are not what they used to be when he was a young boy in Mont- real. There was more bitter- ness, more discrimination, a narrowness of mind. All this was crippling for the artist, who seeks to live and work harmoniously, at peace with the world. During the interview in the family's new home, an Italian who had been working outside the house came in to ask for instructions. Ouilico talked to him in fluent Italian. His wife said he learned that language during the years they lived in Rome. Later they lived a few years in Paris, and they have good memories of France. "Even the di-esser, at the Opera de Paris, was a man of extraordinary Lina Quilico said. "I used to spend hours talking with him. He knew everything." In London, also, where they lived for a while, they made charming friends, and "every- body was so nice to us and to the children." UPSET BY BICKERING This international mentality is p-obably an important fac- tor in the discomfort Louis Quilico feels when confronted with the disputes and bicker- ing in Montreal. His favorite he has some leisure to spare photography and car- t LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13th STREET NORTH EVENING ENTERTAINMENT WEDNESDAY "TAMARAX" THURSDAY "VAGABONDS" FRIDAY SATURDAY MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS pentry. He has just completed the panelling of the walls in the basement studio. This is not really surprising, for Louis Quilico started in life as a mechanic in his father's bi- cycle factory in Montreal. It was on the recommendation of his wife, whom he met in ma, that he launchtd himself on an operatic career. Their meeting was provi- dential, since today Quilico is recognized by musical author- ities the world over as one of the greatest. Werfnnday, Navtmbtr 1, 1971 THE LTTHMIDOf HHAID 7 MARRIES Actor George Hamilton, above, and Alana Collins, 27, of Los Angeles were married in Las Vegas. It was the first marriage for both. Tarzan tvas a phoney Train toll up BERLIN (AP) The death toll in .a head-on crash between two East German passenger trains Monday rose to 23 today, the official East German news agency ADN reported. ADN said 70 persons were In- jured in the fog-shrouded crash and that 54 were in hospital, some in serious condition. CAT'S VICTIMS Biologists have estimated that a mountain lion probably kills from 40 to 100 deer a year- DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certifitd Mtchunlc S-304 Sth SI. S. Ph. H7.7244 BRAMPTON, Ont. (CP) Tarzan was a phoney. Buster Crabbe, a former a t h 1 e t e-movie star who played the Lord of the Jungle in a number movies in the 1930s, made the revelat-on when asked by a college stu- dent to demonstrate the fa- mous Tarzan yell. Mr. Crabbe, a trim-looking 64-year-old grandfather, said he couldn't dp it now nor could he do it in his prime 40 years ago. "Neither could Johnny he said, refer- ring to another movie Tarzan who also was an Olympic swimming champion. "Weismuller would simply open his mouth and the studio Reprieve granted underworld figure Meyer Lan- sky, who lost a legal battle for Israeli citizenship has been given another two weeks to leave Israel before being ex- pelled, a government spokes- man said here. Lansky had appealed for time to arrange an entry visa to a country other than the United States, whe-e he is under indictment by two grand juries on gambling charges. had a recording of three men, one a soprano, the other a baritone and the third a hog caller who yell he said. "And that was the great Tarzan trademark." ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 55 NOS. IN 56 NOS. IN 57 NOS. If no Bingo called after 57 numbers we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 50 NOS. NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND INVITED GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for ELKS and INVITED GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, NOV. 2 SUNSET FOUR FRIDAY, NOV. 3-SUNSET FOUR SATURDAY, NOV. 4-SUNSET FOUR LEARN TO DANCE FOR CHRISTMAS at PAT CLARKE DAKlCE STUDIO Book your lesson now. Don't be disappointed. Only a few vacancies left. Co I In At 2010- 14th AVE. N. PH. 327-7152 4 3 WAYS TO SAVE A MARRIAGE Food. Clothing. Money. Ser. These basic human desires are usually the first to be i satisfied in a normal mar- riage. But there are three additional needs which are common to the whole human race. And if these basic i emotional yearnings aren't fulfil out! Novem- ber Reader's Digest defines these "other" needs, shows you how to be supportive when it counts, and how to send your spouse those all- important signals that keep saying "I love Head THREE WAYS TO MOTHPROOF A of- 38 arti- cles and features in the November Reader's Digest, i Get your copy today! Buckshot (O Flintstones (c) Movie: Yuma Somerset (c) Another World (c) Fashions In Sewing Whais the Good Farlons Franrais Word Trouble wllh Tracy Anything You Can Life Stylo Pierre Bcrton (c) Deal tlia Clock Da (c) star Trek (c) Haul Lynde KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Today In Montana News Price Is Right Doctors (c) Sale oi me Century Another World Hollywood SqunrGt Secret _Storr WEDNESDAY NIGHT Care) Burnclt Medical Cannon Mannix (c) News Tonlciht Show THURSDAY Our World Salute Aprlcultura Tcdoy Show Who, What, Where Family Gamclcl Joker's Wild News News Concentration NBC Nightly News As tho World Turns News KFBQ-TV Groat Falls Channel 5 (Cablttvlsion Ch. 11) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Form News tc) v. j r News Truth or (c) Pflul Lyndo Show Movie: That Certain Summrr Jullf Andrews New? Movlo; I flFdyctto THURSDAY Ftirni ic) Ncwlywed Gome NCWS News Captain Kangaroo General Hospital News (c) Ono Life Jack LnUnni Our Lives (c) Audrey (c) Dlnflh'S Place Galloping Gourmet Throe on Match Where tiia HeArt Is Dating Onmo News Soil! Second Search (or Bewitched Tomorrow All My Children News Lett Make Deal paramount cinema Tonite and Thurs. AT AND P.M. Sth SL 4th Ave. South, 327 5100 POSITIVELY LAST 2 DAYS The long-run hit play on the screen, with all its humor and all its heart. AIM 11 T A FRANKOVICH PRODUCTION ABE FREE GOLDEHNM1 sGaiHOM COLUMBIA PICTURES STARTING TOMORROW College Shopping Mall liege mema Shows at and p.m. 20th Ave. Mayor Magrath Dr., 328-6300 Tom Black Bull came out of the wilderness at the end of a a wild Indian boy, He hasn't been tamed yet ADULT From the Producer of 'Little Big Man" 2o ttntury-fw LAST TIMES TONITE 'Cool Breeze' IN COIOR HIT NO. 2 "Night of the Lepus" in Ttchnicolor When The Legends Die Widmark Frederic Forrest Stuart Millar SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE LEGEND OF NIGGER CHARLIE" In color. Starring Fred Williams and D'Urvilc Martin. Wednes- day, November 1 show at 8: IS p.m. ADULT Not suit- able for children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre ".STRAW DOGS" In color. Starring Dnslin Hoffman. Wednesday. November 1, show at p.m. RESTRICT- ED ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "POCKET MONEY" In Technicolor. Sinrrlne Paul New- man and Leo Marvin, Wednesday and Thursday, Novem- ber t and 2. Wednesday show at p.m ADULT. STARTING TOMORROW First Show at p.m. 1HEFABU paramount LAST TIMES TONIGHT "SLAUGHTER" IN TECHNICOLOR WITH JIM BROWN KIDS 75c ANYTIME KING OF THE .WOLF PACK! He defied man to rule his domain! NiC- e OP WONDER- Origins! Sotmdlrack nvaihblc on Disneyland Records TV p VIST A niSTiitiuTiCN cr.. 'c TECHNICOLOR FAMILY CONTINUOUS SHOWS SATURDAY BOX OFFICE OPENS 12 NOON FIRST SHOW AT SUNDAY 2 SHOWS: MATINEE 2 P.M. EVENING P.M. ;