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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBHiaub uciooer ZQ, 1979 Assured by gov't. Canada Council encourages art TV highlights TORONTO (CP) The Canada Council has been assuiod the fedeial mcnt it u ill hav e million in 1974-75 to spend on encourag- ing the pei forming and visual arts in Canada council direc- tor Andre Fortier said This icpresents an increase The DALLAS HOTEL Presents Gary Sullivan (Country and Western) Tonight For Your Listening Pleasure ot more than 14 pei cent trom the million the council has> to distribute to the arts in the current year which runs to next March 31 Mr Fortier revealed the 1974 75 budget at a meeting of the Toronto artistic com- munitv where authors ac- tors musicians painters sculptors and otheis were in- vited to air then complaints He said the S22 million is a basic assurance from the government and that the council is negotiating lor more than that But it won t be enough The arts will need a loui-told m- ctease in tund horn all sources the 1980s he said Main cr iticism of the artists was directed at the Art Gallerv on Ontario here which one sculptor said has been dead lor three as fai as Canadian art is con- c erned John Godtrev a council member and newlv-appointed senator from Toronto said he arts community should 'ake its complaint to the Diovmcial government srnce the gallerv is a provincial in- stitution SATURDAY SPORT NHL 6 p m., Ch 7. The New York Rangers meet the Maple Leafs in Toronto MUSIC Shake, Rock and Roll, 7 p m., Ch 13 Bobbv Cur- tola s guests are Ray Hutchison and the Coasters MOVIE COMEDY "The 9 p.m., Ch 7 The misadventures of an Ohio couple vacationing in New Yoi k Citv MOME WESTERN "The Great Northfield, Minnesota 9 p m Ch 13 Jesse James and the Cole Younger gang plan to rob the biggest bank west of the Mississippi MOVIE ADVENTURE- "The 12 midnight, Ch 7 A bov who saw his mother and sister killed bv guerilla fighters grows up to be a woman chaser MOVIES DOUBLE BILL 12 midnight and a m Ch' lSk The first feature is Strategic Air Command and the second The Young Mr Pitt SUNDAY SPORT Series Baseball or NFL Football, Ch 7 Check FREE inflatable FOOTBALL PLAYER 20" High The kids will love one Yours FREE just for dropping in for a Saturday October 20 PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects 7 00 9 00 SCARECROW 7 10 9 10 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 900 RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT CINEMA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 700920 Show Times TWO COMPLETE SHOWS 7 00 9 2C RESTRICTED ADULT No Sho-t Subjects COLLEGE CINEMA Short Suojects 7 00 9 00 CHINESE CONNECTION 715920 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 900 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN SACRIFICE: MUST SELL PHILLIPS MODULAR 4 i COLOR TV demonstration 1973 BUCIK, 9 passenger Estate Wagon Fully power equipped low, low mileage Phone 328-3220 JACK'S RADIO TV J SALES SERVICE 302-13th St. North Phone 327-4979 I GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE FEAR IS THE KEY 800 LAST OF RED HOT LOVERS 1005 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 800 GATES OPEN 7 30 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Sunday October 21 PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects 8 15 SCARECROW 825 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 8 15 RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT CINEMA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 8 15 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 8 15 RESTRICTED ADULT No Short Subjects COLLEGE CINEMA Short Suojects 8 15 CHINESE CONNECTION 830 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 815 SUITABLE FOR ADULT NOT CHILDREN GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE FEAR IS THE KEY 800 LAST OF RED HOT LOVERS 1005 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 8 00 GATES OPEN 7 30 ADULT NOT SU TABLE FOR CHILDREN vour locdl station foi times II a seventh game in the World Sci let, is necessan it is scheduled to start from Oakland at 1 15 p m local time SPORTS CFL Football, 2 p.m., Ch. 13. The Calgary Stampedeis will meet the Roughnders in Kegma Untamed World, 5p.m., Ch. 13. (Time approx- imate) Suivival habits of the African elephants are traced FAMILY World of Disnev, 6 p.m Ch. 7 The of an Australian sheep dog that herds cattle and performs in rodeos ADVENTURE The Beachcombers, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. Engine problems plague the flight of a former war pilot DRAMA The Waltons, 7 30 p m Ch. 7. Plenty of activity around the house as pieparations are made for the county fair less than a week COMEDY Sonny and Cher, p.m Ch. 13. Jim Nabors is the special guest and Lassie makes an appearance as Chastity s pal COMEDY Needles and Pins, 8 30 p.m Ch. 7. Nathan uants an heir to his business and his nephew is trying to oblige CRIME DRAMA Hawaii Five-O, 8 30 p m., Ch. 13. Five-0 is investigating a suspicious inheritance scheme that is proving deadh to wealth; benefactors DRAMA "A Bird in the 9 p m., Ch 7. A story about a voung girl who tries to cope with the meaning of death DOCUMENTARY. Copernicus, 10 p m., Ch. 7. The role of the Polish astronomer in the history of science is discussed MOVIE DRAM4 "The midnight, Ch. 7. A story of Cold War intrigue in Germany involving a U S physicist and a Communist secret agent INTERVIEW Griffin, 12 midnight, Ch 13 Bob Hope Hackett and Richard are the guests MONDAY SCIENCE FICTION "Night 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A thriller about the bizarre experiences of a vacationing couple in a small town LABOR Corner 2nd Ave and 13th St. N Weekend Entertainment BLOCK BROS. In The Clubrooms Top Salesman lor the Month of September FRIDAY "Country Blues" SATURDAY "The Lineman" MEMBERS AND THEIR INVITED GUESTS THE NEW Garden Hotel Thursday Friday Saturday FUMTOURS I I OK III FEATURING 4 Day Cruise to Nassau Mardi Gras Cypress Gairtens Giantl Die Opry Walt Disney World Kernprly Space Centre transpnrlalion by rip mp Hiway Cruiser ID Miami and tptuin DEPARTING FEB 2 25 Fun Filled Cays Escorted lrom C SEE Phwou Old Tucson San Francisco Disneyland and more DEPARTING OCT 27 15 FunfillorJ from Cirson Cilv Like Tahot Virginia City inrj more DEPARTING NOV U 9 fan Filled Days Escorted A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL 60S Slh AVE. S. PHONE 328-7921 or 328-1181 SUCCESS THRU SERVICE" P. LAWSON TRAVEL Phont 328-2356 1240 3rd Avt S MARQUIS HOTEL BLOG. PHONE 328-3000 RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald CHEC-FM 10O.9 10 p i ,luu I 6 i m 12 noon Don VIcMasler 1? noon 6 p rn Dell O 6pm 10 p m Don Hedman i 12 midnight Concerts Overtures Encores (Bob Concie) SMI mm 12 noon Don McMasler 12 noon 6 p in Don Hedman m Doll O SI Mms G 'i n 1 p m Concerts Overtures ind Encores (Bob Concie) 1 2 p n The Gastlnus Hour (Gorrn in proqrar i) G p m Don Hodman C i) n 12 midnight Concerts Overtures ind Encores i Gob Concie) CHEC SATURDAY R 00 Burylc Clark 1? 00 John Oliver News Sports Wthr G 00 Paul Tester 12 00 Roy Rennick M M) U 7 00 LPO Dow (Music We Remember) 7 CD h dnn News Media SMI mm MI.in S ports News Show Case Stin Bailcv Show Barry Hegland SI Mm Ncwb Canadian Concert Hill Bhckloot Indian Proqr im Timily Favorites Ni w Christian Science Mr mories George Brown 1000 11 00 News Sports Wthr Is Scores 8 30 9 30 10 30 11 30 Sunday Mows B 00 Leo Dow 8 45 Sporls 9 00 Leo Dow 1230 News Weather Sports 1 00 Jack NPufeld 6 00 Roy Rennick G 45 ind Baptist Church 7 00 Gospel Hour 7 30 Back 'o God Hour 8 00 Roy Rennick CJOC 1 00 Jim Harsons bhow 3 10 Cross Country Checkup 5 00 Mne LeBlanc Show 6 00 ROCK On 8 CO Entertainers 11 03 CTpital Report 10 00 Hour of Decision 1030 Sunshin Evangel B Ori 7 8 3 10 Or 1 1 00 1200 1? 30 1 00 i 05 1 Or> r. 00 G 0' lick Thys Show News Winr Sporl Phono Bill Show Gord Wh to loicl Show Jick Thvs Probe 1220 NLW Wthr Sport News and Grain Prices Gorri Whitehtcid Show Jim Parsons Show Nowb Stin Biillv Show CBR mm 1 45 World Series 4 30 College Football Wrap Up 4 45 Jazz Canadiana Snowr ase j r> in rue Demand Side 630 Symphony Hall 1 03 CBC Slacjp 9 00 C imdian Concerl Hall 10 0 i Anthology 1 I 03 Music Alivo 12 03 Just SI 7 Or> Sundny Morning 8 Ori Sundiy Morning 845 Children s Slory Time 9 Ori Sunday Magazine 1001 Sunday Supplement 10 ri'J Time Signal 11 05 Capital Report I? 03 The Entertainers 2 15 World Series 503 NHL 7 30 News 7 35 Overtime 8 10 Sound ot Sports 8 30 C-ir nnian Catalogue 9 03 National Arts Centre Orchestra n i nor Alh im Ti P Bush and the Snlon 1203 W irner s Wixworks r 30 W-irm Up G Or> Fy Stockmarke. 2 03 School Broadcast 2 30 Oil the Record 3 30 Max Ferguson 4 00 BBC News 1 OS Home Run R 00 World al Six 6 10 As It Happens You Get... GUARANTEED CIRCULATION When you advertise in The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK Next Chinook Octobor 30th (Advertising Deadline October 24th) CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevlslon Ch. 6) 5 00 Wrestling 6 00 NHL 8 30 Smgalong Jubilee 9 00 Movio Out ol Towners 11 00 News 1115 Provincial Affairs 11 20 News 11 30 DeNah 12 00 Movie The Adventurers SUNDAY 800 NFB 8 30 Niven Miller 9 00 Oral Roberts 9 30 Crossroads 10 00 Faith for Today 1030 NFL Hilites 11 00 HFL 1 30 Sports Week 2 00 Implications 2 30 Crossfire 3 00 District 7 3 30 Handy Man 3 45 A Way Out 4 00 Wildlife Unlimited 4 30 Country Canada 5 00 Music to See 5 30 The Irish Rovers 6 00 Disney i 00 Beachcombers 7 30 The Wallons 8 30 Needles and Pins byn nn r i- i ii (I City Tod ly 715 The Wizard of 02 1 f (I All- n 00 Pu OCCIllo r- W U icjp Bobby ni All) t i Etliib ition 9 30 Mon Ami 9 45 Friendly GianI 10 00 Alberta Schools 10 30 M Dress Up 1 I 00 Scsirne Slret 12 00 Suprr M in 1? 10 I issie 1 00 General Hospital I 30 LUs Make A DeJl i 00 Our Town 00 T 30 TO Fdqp of Night 1 00 F imily Court I TO Drop In ri 00 Hollywood SquTros CPCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevlslon Ch. 4) S I I I r on NI r, 10 n i Report 0 10 Ki KJO 3 rigo nn ,h ikr Rock -ind RDoll 30 Police Surgeon 0 udo its Unli nut tl 8 10 Ryin s Fancy 900 Movie The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid I 1 or Ni vs I I (1 N( w-, II 1 K in v f ir S[ orS 12 00 Doubli Bill 1 Strategic AK Command 2 Young Mr Pitt SUNDAY r i jiKjht [ur D ly On 1 H Glulilimc tn Rev Solbrehken 9 00 Day ol Discovery 930 To You With Love 1000 Pentecost Presents 1030 Horst Koehler 11 00 On the Line 11 30 Rural Report 12 00 Rex ujnr-a d 1 nn i i K t PI K 1 30 Garner Ted Arms rong 200 CFL 4 30 Question Period 5 00 Untamed World 5 30 Survival 6 00 Animal World 6 30 Kreskm 00 D idy Bunch 10 Sonny -ind Cher P 30 H ivnn Five O 0 30 Dim j 1000 W5 I 00 News 1 1 20 News 1 1 30 In Convcrs ition 12 00 Mciv Griffin r) ri T louqlll lor Day 6 00 Univt rs ly ol the Air h 10 Yog i 00 T in ul i A M S lO R npi i Room (10 Th 9 15 Parlons Francais in n r L T A 10 00 I il'-style 10 30 Cards I 1 00 d illopmg Gourmft 11 JO Boil The Clock 12 00 Flmlslones 12 30 Woody Woodpecker 1 00 Movie Night Slaves 2 30 Somerset 3 00 Another World 3 30 Whats the Good Word 4 00 Anything You Can Do 4 30 Buckshot i i Mod bgmd r i N( ws fi to Girl With Something Fxlr i KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevlslon Ch. 9) SATURDAY 5 00 Barnaby Jones 6 00 Liwrence Welk 7 00 Mary Tyler Moore 7 30 Adam 12 8 00 Movie The Great North field Minnesota Raid in ni MIv in K ,i Uu i i n I I 1 11 I iw mt' You SUNDAY 7 00 Hnir Bear Bunch 7 30 Amazing Chan 8 00 Spring Street USA B T) Diy of Discovery 00 Kilhryn Kuhlmin n in Ficc ol Ihc Nalion in 00 ronsullation 10 JO NFL 500 Wallons 600 Emergency 7 00 World of Disney 8 00 Mystery Movie 9 30 Lotsa Luck 10 00 All in the Family 1030 MASH II ON w Ti ivflu'i MOMUS r 1' Our World G 1 Siluic Agriculture On Todiy Show P no Jokor s Wild 0 tn Pydr irnid 0 00 Gimbil 9 30 Hollywood Squares 10 nn J ;