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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta November THE LITNMIDQE HlftALO-7 FINANCIER DIES BARCELONA Spanish financier Juan March died Sunday at a clinic long nils fatally said. March Servers was the eldest son df the late Juan Spain's leading multimillionaire and financial wizzard. who died in 1962. i- j MAIL COURSE MUNICH West Ger- many's Max Planck Institute for Psychiatry has a corre- spondence course which teaches smokers how to quit smoking. A test on 240 smokers of 30 cigarettes a day resulted in 87 per cent of them giving up the habit completely within six the institute said. and TV LISTINGS Hfted by the Radio and Tele- aiaUoos. Any variation in program tkM to laat-rniriute changes by the stations not -the -of The Lethbridge CHIC MONDAY thru FRIDAY Buryl Clarke Farm News News ChecMine Walt Edwards John Oliver Farm News THURSDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 Sports Market Report Local News World at Jim Parsons Show John Charles Show Kevin McKenna Show News Sports Grain Prices Call ol the Wild Jack Neufeld News Paul Tessier Roy Rennick CJOC FRIDAY Jim Elliot Jack Thys Show Wlhr. Sport Phone Bill Show Gord Whitehead Jack Thys Hour of Information News and Grain Prices Gord Whilehead Jim Parsons CHKC-FM 10O.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-o 6 p.m.-10 p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts. Overtures and Encores SATURDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster THURSDAY NIGHT World at Six As It Happens and Variations Sports From the Capitals Five Nights a Week Our Friend the Flickers News Inner Ear Sign Oil '2 noon-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p-.m.-1 a.m. Dell-o SUNDAYS 6 a.m.-1 p.m. Overtures and Encores 1-2 p.m. The Gashaus Hour 6 p.m.-12 Midnight Concerts. Overtures CBR S'.-.OO 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 Don't Miss Reading The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK COMING OUT with yoyr copy of The Southern Alberta's LARGEST Rural Circulation Readers CJOC-TV Channel 7 Ch. THURSDAY NIQHT Hollywood Squares News Girls Carol Burnett Black Noon Maude News P.M. The Raven Dirty Game FRIDAY Pinnochio Audobon Farm and City Wizard of Oz Mon Giant Uncle Bobby Ed Allen Interchange New Horizons Canadian Schools Mr. Drsss Up Sesame Street Super Man Lassie Genval Hospital Let's Make A Deal Our Town Take 30 Edge of Night Family Court Drop In Hollywood Squares CFCM-TV LethbrMge Channel 13 Ch. THURSDAY NIGHT Anything You Can Do Buckshot Squad News Mystery Movie Kung Fu r Jacques South to Fire and Ice Personal David Niven news News 12-00 Merv Griffin FRIDAY Thought for Day University of Air Yoga Canada A.M. Romper Room This Week Parlon Francais Polka Dot Door Lifestyle Pay Cards Galloping Gourmet Beat the Clock The Fllntstones Woody Woodpecker .Wild Women Somerset Another World What's the Good Anything You Can Do Buckshot Mod Squad News KRTV Oreet Palle Channel 3 Ch. THURSDAY NIQHT News News Waltpns Duel at Diablo Ironside News Tonight Show FRIDAY Understanding Our World Salute Agriculture Today Show Today In Montana Pyramid Gambit Hollywood Squares Jeopardy' Where Game News Price is Right As The World Turn's Days of Our Lives s. The Doctors Another World Match Game Secret Storm Mike Douglas Show Joker's Wild News News TV Theme of grotesque individual KFM Great Pafle Ch. THURSDAY Audrey Jack LaLanne A Whole New Young and the Restless Called News TV-5 News Search for Tomorrow All My Children 1 1 -Lot's Make a Fade NCAA Kodak All-American Farm Team Captain Kangaroo Spilt Second Brady Bunch THURSDAY MOVIE P m Ci. 7. Elvis Presley and Stella Stevens star in this mixture of light drama and song. Filmed in Hawaii. CRIME McMjllu Ch. 13. Sally's life is endangered and a witness to a becomes the unwilling victim of a scare campaign. MOVIE Cfc. 7. The story of a minister fighting an unseen power that grips a desert Jacques I tV 13. First of four programs filmed eh route to and In Antarctica. David Cfc. 11 Nlven personally retells the funniest anecdotes from his best selling book Moon's A MOVIE 12 Ch. 7. A horror farce based on Edgar Allan Poe's classic poem. MOVIE IMrty Ch. 7. Four episodes of CIA intrigue in Europe with Henry Fonda as FRIDAY MOVIE 1 Ch. 13. A TV- movie adventure about five women convicts promised freedom for taking part in a dangerous mission. New biogra Male prostitute is story hero on ers BEVERLY Calif- blaming the president. He's not smart enough to think up all the things that have were made in wheat last but not by anybody who raised rather be right than Comments on today's politi- cal these made more than 40 years ago by American humorist Will appear in a new Will The Man and His by Richard Ketchum. Will Rogers often pro- don't belong to any organized political par- a LONDON The manuscript of a play by a contemporary of William regarded as a major litterary find of this was sold to an American dealer at Sotheby's auction Tuesday for pounds The. a tragi-comedy entitled Tom a was written by Thomas Heywood about five years before Shakespeare's death. It was found recently at Melbourne Der- in the private papers of Sir John who died in 1644. The papers have been in the family of the Marquess of Lothian since. One reason for the 300-year delay in identifying the manuscript was that the title page of the notebook was missing. The manuscript was bought by John Flemming of New who said one of the ma- jor American foundations probably would be interested. Sotheby's described Hey- wood's play as bearing a strong resemblance to a Winter's Tale by Shakespeare. dealers said that who died in often liberally helped himself to Shakespearean plots and Tom a Lincoln also had echoes of Hamlet and Henry IV. CANADIAN PRESS In the English-language. translation of the 1969 novel- ette David former Quebec writer Marie-Claire Blais appears to have stretch- ed to the limit her pursuit of the theme of the lonely and often grotesque individual out of touch with the world. the story's is a young thief and male prosti- who has rejected his family and religious education for the obsession with de- struction and self-destruction that he shares with his friends. He cries he is dying of a fatal disease but in the end he is shot by a policeman while trying to escape. While prac- tising the hero and his friends try to dignify their deeds and fail. His two friends commit suicide. The limited action is re- counted largely through the hero's thoughts and fantasies .in intertwining passages of blank verse and prose. How- there is little poetry in the words in'translation and much repetition of the philo- sophical threads. The rather than a novelette in which one is like- ly to reread passages and is one that simply bores. Either Miss now liv- ing in has exhausted her or one wonders what the stir was about when her first works appeared early in the 1960s. David by Marie- Claire truslated from tke by DavU McClellaad aid pages. Growing up in poor circum- stances on a Prairie farm was a tough life for a boy but Wil- liam Kurelek has softened the memory of the Depression years of the 1930s with a A Prairie Boy's Winter. The book contains 20 full-color reproductions of paintings by the Prairie ar- tist whose father settled on a wheat farm in Alberta after coming to Canada from the Ukraine. The accompanied by a simple range from a scene of Prairie boys watch- ing the crows flying south and feeling the first snowflakes of approaching winter to wading in the spring runoff and cheer- ing the return of the first crow. May president of Tundra Books of asked the artist to do a book about his childhood on the Prairies. The paintings were ready a year ago and Mr. Kurelek sold out his collection on the opening day of his Montreal exhibit. The paint- ings now are on tour of Cana- dian cities before their own- ers take possession of then. In a the artist- author presents the everyone who ever spent a winter on the for all the oth- ers who wonder what it was A Prairie Boy's aad story by William Twdra Beeki dis- tribvfed by McCteUaad and 41 feil-celer reprodwrtlaM. 6 86 PARK fllll CABARET Sat. Featuring Singer treated like a ox 4 BONANZA DAY IMMANUEL CHRISTIAN SCHOOL 802 6th Ave. Lethbridge NOV. 24 Auction Sale and many more attractions.' Come and join-the fun. PROCEEDS FOR IMMANUCL CHRISTIAN SCHOOL -You've got chance of making this drink. Your mixer takes up of your so why take chances and use anything less the Better Mixers from Canada dry. They make the best of your drink matter which liquor you use. Better Anytime Nov. 19th to Nov. 24th TA I From Lat Vtgat Bonnie Dean the Southern Belles At The INER'S 733-13th tt.N. Members and Invited Quests Only MmiHMi mo invnva UIMMV wmy TORONTO times I felt like a juke- box on recalled Horn's lead singer Les Clackett. would come up to put a coin on my press a button on my stomach and the music would come Many bands starting out on the coffee house-nightclub-bar are forced to play to the audience's demands. The- odore's as Horn was then played or- thodox music steadily in Mon- treal for a couple of even branching out to the Quebec City club circuit. Theodore's Smokesnop felt it was getting nowhere musi- cally. Then five of the band's present lineup of eight moved to the hub of Cana- dian rock stepping out of security of. the one- night-stand and into a field of music which had remained relatively unexplored. After two years of .hard work exploring free-form jazz-rock Horn is be- ginning to emerge as an in- telligent and original ex- ponent in this field. The change has meant virtual se- clusion from the public but the band feels the musical rewards have been well worth while. As a step to launch Horn from the band's first On The People's was released last March. Sales were moderate but reviews were encouraging. the reviewers was something special which would appeal only to the well- above-average listener. says rock music listen- ers are becoming more par- ticular about the quality of music. Since the release of the al- Horn has made select appearances in and rooms in and around Toronto. The band's most common venue is the un- iversity or college where their music is accepted and appreciated. But there's still a long road ahead not only to financial se- curity but also before the band feels in command of the intricate field of music it is exploring. All eight members work at odd jobs. Most of their spare time is spent in ar- rangement and writing to deepen their understanding of free-form jazz-rock. Much of the material on the al- though complex and musi- cally was the re- sult of early dabblings in this field. Now the band is working on material for a second album which says lead guitarist Bruce show how Horn has grasped better under- standing of the science of this type of with dozens of commercially vaiable rock 'n' roll bands operating in Horn still is pon- dering the means of reaching wider audiences. Horn agrees that its music is difficult to pigeon-hole. Un- like extreme where free-form is literally interpreted .as music without recurring theme or Horn outlines its pieces with a strong theme inter- spersed with spaces of impro- visation. Much of the music has strik- ing or jazz rhythm driven by bass guitar and per- cussion. Around two electric a woodwind and brass section and .-an electric piano add variations and color while Clackett's re- markable sometimes deep and sometimes a shrill leads the mu- sic. 'Marketing this extraor- dinary sound is far from admits Horn's manager David Bleakney. The band's fate-lies in the hands of the public trend in music but he sees in- dications that an opening will appear for Horn and its special brand of music in the future. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1291 3rd AVENUL SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NIW BLACKOUT Played Till Won Number IP WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD Limit PAYS DOUBLE No one under 16 years allowed PUBLIC ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT Nov. MARKET Fri.. Nov. 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