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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 LfTHMIDOB HIRALD November Medicine Hat on schedule Ten Two a Moose OTTAWA When ac- tress Mia Anderson reaches St. early next month in her current mtle tour criss-crossing Can- she will be three months from the end of her triptn Vic- via N.W.T. With her one-woman Ten Two Men and a a sell-out hit in To- ronto and she is the first Canadian performer to go on the road under the aus- pices of the Canada Council's new touring office. PET SUPPLIES SALE to OFF ALL PET SUPPLIES Atoo tpMMdtocountoon Tropical FWi 4 MEDIUM SILVER ANQELS. Reg 1 49. Now MEDIUM MARBLE ANQELS. Reg. 1.75. Now 10 GALLON STARTER KITS. Complete with heater. Reg. 38.95 Now for 1.00 1.20 29.99 Sale-1 Week Only 524A 6th AQUARIUS TROPICAL FISH IthSt. S. Phone Phone 328-3121 It engaged her for the nude all the travel arrange- hotel and theatre and helped with the creation of a portable stage set suitable for use in high school gymnasiums or prop- erly equipped arts centres. Along with the main cities of it is booked into and possibly Medicine and Inuvik. The last is a difficult because of travel cost and and it may be necessary for her to go there without her stage set. Miss Anderson's which she compiled from the writings of Canadian is a one-woman tour de force of drama and comedy that she originated in Toronto. Now it has been' playing in such places as MIA ANDERSON and Corner Nfld. me touring office opened officially last April and now is working on theatrical tours for individual artists and ma- jor companies far into 1974. About 70 per cent of its million-a-year budget will go to subsidize the travel ex- penses of performing artists. Miss Anderson is thrilled that she and her show should be the first to be booked by the touring office. If the venture is successful it could mean opening great new markets for Canadian talent outside the big cities. The tour permits her a Christmas and she will use that time to record a new version of Ten Women for to be broad- cast in January. She did a television version of it earlier. The touring office sent out a publicist first to prepare the way for Miss Anderson's tour and report back to the office on any technical difficulties that might be encountered. TV highlights THURSDAY MOVIE f CV 7. Junes A. Michener's tale about a young New England couple's efforts to Christianize the natives of primitive Part I. The conclusion will be seen at 9 p.m. MOVIE McMillan U4 Cfc. 13. Tonight's feature is of a Birth of a CRIME 7 CY t. Steve McQueen stars as a tough detective in this police melodrama. Carol I Ch. 7. Steve Lawrence and comic actor Pad Sand join in a rousing salute to Irving Berlin in his 85th year. Knag S Ch. 13. confronted with ignorance and saves an outcast in MUSIC Barbra 8 Ch. 13. Exotic costumes and far-out sounds from musical instruments the world with Ray Charles as guest. CRIME Streets of San U Ch. 13. The shooting of a black police informer who has learned of a big smuggling operation creates an explosive'situation. MOVIE Hard 12 Ch. 7. A motorcycle gang clashes prior to an ex-marine's funeral and another death results. FRIDAY MOVIE Last 1 Ch. 13. A futuristic TV-movie about an expectant young couple against population-control laws. French steal show at CRTC hearings OTTAWA French- speaking broadcasters and music authorities appear to be stealing the show from their English-speaking compatriots in current hearings before the Canadian Radio-Television Commission on the future of frequency modulated broadcasting in Canada. _ Witnesses at the hearing Included representatives of an pri- vately-owned French- language FM station in Montreal which now is turning a and a successful French-Canadian composer Please send me your ski-week package information NAME ADDRESS CITY..... Send to' ......PROV.......... Louise Ski Week Box 1298 Alberta LH-1 As winter closes in it's time to get away. bring your skis and come for the room. Room to ski a choice of three magnificent areas. Room to play spres-sKi fun in beautiful Banff. Ski week packages start at three ski areas for the price of one. You get a minimum of five nights accommodation beginning five days lifts and five bus transfers from Banff to ski SUNSHINE VILLAGE MOUNT NORQUAY LOUISE Make your plans now to ski us now or Our season is the longest of any in North America. Clip the coupon and we'll send you complete ski-week package information. Or check with your travel agent or Greyhound bus agent. NAVY AND AIR FORCE VETERANS CLUB Lethbridge Unit No. 34 'AcroM from the Palm Dairy on Fifth Avenue South' Weekend Entertainment Tonight and Every Thursday Music you like to hear for listening or Dancing. Featuring and his Electric Accordion. Nov. 9 p.m. Combo' Nov. 9 p.m. Three' and producer of popular music. Pierre CRTC chair- complimented both of and asked rhetorically why FM stations in other parts of the country can't make a profit and use more Canadian music. Stephane the com- poser and president of Solset said Quebec composers and artists learned long ago they had to use every possible means to become known and have their works distributed. there weren't concert they created he said. He credited the CBC with employing musicians and ar- tists in the and said private broadcasters had helped in sponsoring concerts. shows were and and produced the stars which became useful to the broad- casting industry in Radio station is one of three privately-owned FM stations in Canada. Most FM stations operate as a sup- ported by their more profitable AM associate stations. CFGL-FM has made a profit for the past two years in the highly-competitive Montreal where 19 other radio stations are heard. Jean- Pierre vice- said it has done this while paying competitive salaries. DISCOVER LONG JOHN'S SILVER... AND GOLD. WIN A GOLD MONTEGO WAGON Offer ends Novembers Imagine a treasure like Two great cars as a first prize. That's One person will win both a 1974 Mercury Montego MX Villager Station Wagon and a 1974 Ford Mustang II With every you deposit m a savings account at Canada Trust between October 9th and November you get an 'opportunity to For deposit and you get ten opportunities. Our present customers can also participate by rnaking new deposits. Remember' that your money will probably be earning more than it is now. So come on Canada Trust is one of the nation's oldest created even before Eaton's and Canadian Pacific. Yet you'll find we're well ahead with modern services. There's our Phone-A-Loan for instance. To get a loan you just call and we make all the arrangements by phone. It pays to open a savings account with Canada Trust. You could discover you've won Long John's Silver Mustang and Gold Montego This and the contest are available only at the following Canada Trust branches. contestant shall be entitled to no more than one hundred opportunities to win. Canada Trust 3rd Ave. at 7th St. S. 100th St. at 10IA Ave. 8th Avc. S.W. at 2nd St. Market 3625 Shaganappi Trail RH 4928 Ross St. Mtdklne 3rd St. at Sth Avc. S.E. GUILTY CONSCIENCE NIAGARA Ont. Wayne Cousineau told police a man who asked to tue the telephone in his mother's house escaped with 1146 that was sitting beside the phone. the thief's science bothered him and he returned the money want you to give this back to the WANT WAGE HUE PORT Out. Babysitters In this community have banded together to try and raise wages. Mary Jane one of the leaders In the people pay SO cents an hour out at She said 7J cents to more realistic with a hour charge after midnight. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due tal last-minute .changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHIC MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6-00 Buryl Clarke 6.50 Farm News 7-30 News Checkline Walt Edwards John Oliver 1215 Farm News News 12.40 Sports 1-00 Grain Prices 1 01 Call of the Wild 3.00 JaclTNeufeld 5.00 News Paul TesslV 12-00 Roy Rennlck CJOC THURSDAY MIGHT SOO Probe 1220 5 02 Jim Parsons Show 6 00 World at 6.00 630 Stan Bailev Show 8 00 John Charles Show 12 30 Steve Pisko Show FRIDAY 5 30 Jim Elliot 6 00 CBC News CHIC-PM MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 a m -12 noon Don McMasler 12 noon-6 p.m Dell-o 6pm -10 p m Don Hedman 10 p.m -12 midnight Concerts. Overtures and Encores SATURDAY 6 a m.-12 noon Don McMaster 6 05 Jack.ThyS Show 7.50 Wthr Sport 8 35 Phone Bill Show 1005 Gord Whitehead 11 00 JackThyS 1200 Probe 1220 12.30 Sport 1-00 News and Gram Prices 1 05 Gord Whitehead 3 OS Jim Parsons 100.9 it 12 noon-6 p m Don Hedman 6 p- m -1 a.m. Dell-o SUNDAYS 6 a m -1 pm. Overtures and Encores 1-2 p m The Gashaus Hour 6 p m -12 Midnight Overtures CBR THURSDAY NIGHT 6 00 World at Six 6 30 As It Happens Themes and Variations 1000 News. Sports 1010 From the Capitals 10 15 Five Nights a Week 1030 Our Friend The Flickers 11 00 News Inner Ear 1 00 Sign Off 605 B'.OO 8-05 913 1203 1 55 400 4.05 600 FRIDAY Eye Opener World at Eight Eye Opener This Country Radio Noon Stockmarket School Broadcast Off the Record Max Ferguson BBC News Home Run World at Six You Get... GUARANTEED CIRCULATION When you advertise in The Lethbtldge Herald CHINOOK Next Chinook November Deadlini Novimbtr CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CJOC-TV Channel 7 Ch. 500 5.30 600 10.30 11.00 7-00 7.30 CFCN THURSDAY NIGHT Hollywood Squares News Hawaii Carol Burnett Movie- Hawaii Maude News Hard Ride 8 00 Pmochio 8-30 Uncle Bobby Alberta Education 9-30 Won Ami 9-45 Friendly Giant Canadian Schools 10 ao M.. Dress up 11.00 Sesame Street 12.00 Super Man 12.30 Lassie General Hospital 1.30 Let's Make A Deal Our Town 3 00 Take 30 3-30 Edge of Night 4-00 Family Court 4.30 Drop In 5 00 Hollywood Squares TV Channel 13 Ch. FRIDAY Audobon Farm and City Wizard of Oz Ed Allen THURSDAY NIGHT 4 00 Anything You Can Do 4.30 Mod Squad 5-30 News 6-00 Mystery Movie 8 00 Kung Fu Barbara Streisand Special 10 00 Streets ol San Francisco 11.00 News 11 20 News 1200 Merv Griffin FRIDAY 5-55 Thought lor Day 6'00 University ol Air 6.30 Yoga 7 00 Canada A.M. 8.30 Romper ftoom 9 00 This Week 9.15 Parlon Frahcais Poika Dot Door 1000 Lifestyle 10 30 Pay Cards 11 00 Galloping Gourmet 11.30 Beat tne Clock 12-00 The Fllntstonts 12 30 Woody Woodpecker The Last Child Somerset 3-00 Another World 3-30 What's the Good Anything You Can Do 4.30 Buckshot 4-55 Mod Squad 5-55 News KHTV Mb 3 Ch. THUNCOAT NIGHT 5.00 News 530 News Waltoni Bulllt Ironside News Tonight Show FRIDAY 6.15 Understanding Our World 6-45 Salute Agriculture 7 00 Today Show 8.00 Joker's Wild 830 Pyramid KfM Pane THURSDAY NIOHT News 6-00 News 6 30 Truth or Consequences 7 00 Toma Kung Fu 9.00 Streets of San Francisco 10.00 TV-S News 10.30 Movie- King PIMMY 6.55 Farm News 7.00 Captain Kangaroo 8-00 News 9-00 Audrey 9-30 Jack Lalanne 9-00 Gambit 9.30 Hollywood Squares 10.00 Jeopardy 10 30 What. Where Game 10-55 News 11 00 Price is Right 11-30 As The World Turns Days of Our Lives 12.30 The Doctors Another World i 30 New Secret Storm 2.30 Mike Douglas Show 4.00 Today in Montana 4.30 News News 10.00 10.25 10.30 11-30 1230 1.00 1.30 2.00 230 4.00 Young and the I News Search for Tomorrow All My Children Let's Make a Deal Newty Wed Game General Hospital One Life to Live Love American Style Wizard of Three On A Match Girl in My Life Split Second Brady Bunch ;