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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, September 10, 1973 THE LETHBR'DGE HERALD 7 TV highlights MONDAY MUSIC: Lawrence Welk, o p.m Ch 7 Musical nostalgia on the program as Welk b musical family deals with the music and songs, ol 'The Fab 40s WESTERN DRAMA 6 p.m Ch 9 The white slave tiade is, Matt Dillon's target as the series begins its 19th year on TV RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Tele- vision Stations Any variation in program sched- ule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbndge Herald CHEC MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 00 News 1 o 00 6 05 Buryl Clark 11 00 6 30 News 12 00 6 50 Farm News 12 15 6 68 Cattle Prices 1? 30 7 00 News 12 40 News 1 00 7 40 Sports 1 01 800 News 1 10 8 25 Bob Hesketh 300 8 30 News 7 00 8 35 Chec line 12 00 Chec Trading Post Leo Dow John O'lver farm News News Sports Gram Prices Cal' of the Land John Oliver Dave King Jack Neufeld Paul Tessier CJOC COMEin Burns and Schrc-iber, 7 p m Ch 1 11 These (nines wrap up then summer series with guests Lotetta Switol and singer Kelh Garrett CRIME Cannon, 8 p m Ch 7 A two hour episode about an old war stuck in a small town jail charged with double murder The opening program lor the third season CRIME DRAMA The Rookies, 8 p m Ch li survival drama opens a second season on the beat (or this trio ol voung policemen COMEDY Adam's Rib, 9pm Ch H Debut ot this series about a married couple who are both smart DOCUMENTARY In the South Seas 10 p m Ch 7 The remote tropical isles in the South Pacific with their peoples and (ultur atf the basis tor this new serres MEDICAL DRAMA Medical Center, 10 p in Ch 13 A new time tor this medical serres during the coming season INFORMATION TM, 11 20 p m Ch 7 News sports weather interviews and special events are otlered Channel 7 live nights a week at this time as an up to date program ol inlor inatK n lor viewers ADVENTURE "Mutiny m the South 12 midnight Ch 7 Three deserters seek to escape war s carnage set'ling down on a peaceful troprcal island 525 560 600 6 35 800 12 30 5 30 600 605 MONDAY Sports Local News Woild at Six Stan Bailey Show Jim Parsons Show Bruce Bowie Show TUFSDAY Jim Elliott Show CBC News Jim Elliott 8 35 Phone Bill Show 10 05 Jim Elliott Summer Show Memories with George Brown Sunday Mornings 11 05 Jack Thys 1 00 News and Grain Prices 1 05 Jack Thys 3 05 John Chanes Show 5 00 News 5 03 John Charles Show 6 00 World at Six CHEC-FM 1O0.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY P p m 6 i m 12 noon Don McMaster 1? noon 6pm Dell-O 6pm 10pm Don Hedman 10pm 12 midnight Concerts Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) SATURDAY 6 i in 12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon 6pm Don Hedman 1 a m Dell O SUNDAYS 6 i m 1 p m Concerts Overtures ind.Encores (Bob Concie) 12pm The Gasthaus Hour (German program) 26pm Don Hedman 6pm 12 midnight Concerts Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) MOME MYSFERV "Down Three Dark 1pm, 1! An I BI agent is killed while working on three cases and a special agent seeks the kei to the murder SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CBR MONDAY 8 00 6 30 As It Happens 8 05 1000 News Weather Sports 900 10 10 From the Capitals 9 13 10 15 Five Nights a Week 10 59 1030 CBC Playnouse 1203 11 03 Iriras 1 55 1203 Groove Yard 203 230 TUESDAY 3 03 5 30 Wirmup 4 00 6 05 Eye Opener 4 05 8 03 Mosaic 6 00 World at Eight Calgary Eye Opener The World at Nine Country Time Signal FTdio Noon Stock Market Holiday Max Ferguson Oft the Record BBC News Home Run World at Six Fort Macleod Empress Theatre DAGMARS HOT PANTS In color starring Ann Grete Plus BOX CAR BERTHA In color starring Barbara Hershery Monday and Tuesday September 10 and 11 Monday show at 800 p m Restricted Adult Pincher Creek Fox Theatre THE DIRTY OUTLAWS In technicolor Mon- day and Tuesday September 10 and 11 Monday show at 8 15 p m Restricted Adult You Get. GUARANTEED CIRCULATION When you advertise in The Letlibridge Herald CHINOOK Next Chinook September 18th (Advertising deadline September 12th) CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION NOTE 'Country Blues' GERRY BOESSENKOOL NEW PHONE NO. 329-3481 Vocalist Required Call Above Number CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevislon Ch. 6) MONDAY 5 00 Hollywood Squares 5 30 CJOC News 6 00 Lawrence Welk 7 00 Gomq Phces 7 30 Shrine Bmoo 8 00 Cannon 1000 South Seas 11 00 T News 1115 CJOC News 11 30 TBA 1200 Movie Mutiny in the South Seas TUESDAY 7 00 World of Man 7 10 Firm ind City Today 7 45 Wizird ot Oz 8 00 Pmocchio 8 30 Uncle Bobby 9 00 Ed Allen 9 30 Crossfire 1000 Mori Ami 10 15 Friendly Giant 10 30 Mr Dress Up 11 00 Sesame Street 12 00 Aqua Man 12 TJ Spiderman 1 00 General Hospital 1 30 Lets Make A Deal 2 00 Galloping Gourmet 2 30 Luncheon Date T 00 Tike 30 3 30 Edqe of Night 4 00 Firmly Court 4 30 Alphabet Soup 5 00 Hollywood Squares CFCN-TV Lethbrldge Channel 13 (Csblevision Ch. 4) 5 00 Mod Squid 6 00 News 6 30 C-ill of IMP West 7 00 Kunq Fu 8 00 The Rookies 9 00 Adams Rib 9 30 Piq ind Whistle 10 00 Medicil Centre 11 00 News 11 20 NOAJS 1200 Merv Griffin rucsinv 5 55 Thought for the Day 600 University of the Air 6 30 Yoga finadi A M 8 30 Romper Room 9 00 In Conversation 9 15 Pnrlons Francais 9 30 55 North Maple 1000 Lite Style 10 30 Pay Cards 11 00 Pierre Berton 11 30 Beat the Clock 12 00 Flmtstones Fimily Affair 1 00 Movie Down Three Dark Streets 2 30 Somerset 3 00 Another World 3 30 What s the Good Word 4 00 You Can Do 4 10 Buckshot 4 00 Mod Squid KRTV Great Palls Channel 3 (Cablevislon Ch. 8) HOTEL DINE AND Red Coach Lounge DANCE LOUNGE GEORGE 'SUDS' RENAUD HOTEL CORNER 4th AVE and 7th ST S PHONE 327 3191 ri 00 S 30 600 i 00 1000 10 30 fi IS fi IS 7 on 800 810 00 KPBB riOO r> in 600 r> in oo 800 1 00 10 MONb VI 1 30 N 00 Hollywood Squares Jeopardy Who What Where Gams Mews Price is Riqht World Turns DiyS of our Lives Doctors Another Woild Mitch Game 73 St cret Storm Mike Douqlas Today in Montana News Mows fi'n 700 'I 00 0 10 Great Palls Channel 5 (Cablevislon Ch. 11) MONDAY 1000 Pissword 10 10 TV FIVP News 11 00 AGC News 11 10 Truth or Consequences Burns Schneber 10 Movie Lndy in Cement t 00 News 1 10 Movie 00 The Mm and the Sea TUI.SIUY i no r n m Nc ws in mi Kinqiroo i on News ,1 in Aiidiiy I K k I it inno Younq and the Restless Spirch (or Tomorrow All My Children Mike a Deal Ni w'ywod Game News Opnf Ml Hospit il One Lilp to Live I ove American Style ol Odds Throe on Mitch 'nrl in My 1 ite Split Second nndy nunch P issword 45th ANNUAL B.P.O CARNIVAL Fri. and Sat, Sept. 14th and 15th ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE rs5.000 Cash 2nd PRIZE Cash Commencing Each Night at p.m. FREE ADMISSION TO CARNIVAL All Proceeds for Lethbridge Elks Charities Strange The strangest passengers ride the skiers chairhft up Grouse Mountain in North Vancouver during the off season Metal aarbaae cans filled with water to simulate load conditions during the peak of the skiing season, sit in pairs on the unmovmg lift Passengers help the federal transport ministry determine tne lift s capability during annual tests for safety conditions Opera company's season opens in dramatic fashion Spiked pol being 'smuggled' WASHINGTON (AP) Marijuana laced with opium, d combination designed to hook soung people on nar- cotics is beginning to come into the United Sta'es says the chairman of a special House of Representatives nar- cotics subcommittee Representative Lester (Dem NY l who just returned from a fact-finding tour of Southeast Asia, said Fndav that the spiked pot is being distributed by Asiatic dope pedlars and sold as straight marijuana Marijuana is considered nonaddictive some drug authonties Opium is addic- tue said many persons who are reluctant to use hard drugs e no qualms about smoking marijuana green acres drive-in Mayor Magrath Dr Coutts Hwv 327 1100 I TONITE I THRU WED. TORONTO (CP) The Canadran Opera Company opened its 25th anniversary season Friday night with a 4'z-hour eye-filling ex- travaganza of music drama Richard Wagner s Goetter daemmerung The Twilight of the Gods The audience in the 0 Keefe Centre cheered Norwegian so prano Ingrid Bjoner as Bruennhilde, and Americans Wrllram Wildermann bass as Hjgen and Jean Cox tenor as Siegfried All were makrng their Canadian debuts Special applause also was accorded Hemrich Bender conductor of Munich s Bavarian State Opera who led the Toronto Symphony Orchestra through the long dramatic score The production was directed by Herman Geiger-Torel, gen- eral director of the Canadian Opera Company with sets by Murray Laufer costumes by Mane Day and lighting by Wallace Russell Wagners four opera based on the German saga of the gods ends with Goetter- daemmerung after Das Rhei ngold Die Walkuere and Siegfried The final destruc- tion of the gods calls on all the resources available to stage orchestra and singers And while the Canadian Op- era Companv had to import the lead singers its produc tion did credit to the com- poser s far as thev could be put on stage Scudding clouds and un dersea fossils were projected fore and aft on the O Keefe s curtains The set was a cave that could serve with changes in lighting as the Rhine river bed the Valkyries rock or the great hall of the castle at Worms Wagner s clrmactic scene at the end has the hall collapse the Rhine overflow its banks and flames consume Valhalla That was a little too much for the 0 Keefe Centre how ever Instead the set was bathed in flaming light until the last few chords when the music changes from damnation to uplift Then there was blue and a clear shining light on the horizon Miss Bjoner was a chestnut haired Bruennhilde with a powerful voice which carried her through to her long last act solo for which she wore a prnk cape over the character s usual brass- studded breast-plate or cor- selet Mr was a muscular blonde s hus- band until Hagen dopes him and steals the ring from him As Hagen Mr had a commanding bearing Goetterdaemmerung will have three further perfor- mances during the fall season here which runs to Oct 13 Thp Canadian Opera also is staging Beethoven s Rigoletto Lehar s The Mem idow Rossini s The Barber ol Seville and a new Canadian opera bv Charles Heloise and Abelard DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 5th St S Ph 327-7244 Lethbndge Short Subjects Start at p.m. Features Start at p.m. Gates Open 8 p.m. One Complete Show at p.m. The Alberta Arts Foundation will visit Lethbndge September 13th and 14th The foundation invites all Artists m the Lethbridge Area working in visual arts to attend A RECEPTION in the Scarlet Room at the Sven Encksen Restaurant on THURSDAY, SEPT. 13th at P.M. Artists vul! be asked to express their views to members of the foundation on the furtherance of Art in Alberta FIERCE guardian ot the gate, a samurai sculpted in wood is iramed massne pillars o! Totukuji Temple in Japan s museum and ancient capital Kyoto Show Times P4IUMOLNT Sleuth 7 (II) 'I 211 I ist omplitc Shim i Slim i Suil ihk leu liililn n P sh in SuliK (ts 11 inth is Still im0 I is iiiiipltti Slum u 'i in >I Suit iliU I lulihi n GRKEN ACIIKS I. 1 In (i nil i in (in miipli li Sh >u t ill iti x 11 1! (10 I i -In lid ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN paramount NOW SHOWING and p.m. TO WITNESS THE PERFECT CRIME YOU MUST COME ON TIME of'the perfect crime... clhcn go one sicp further. LAURENCE OLIVIER MICHAEL CAINE TWENTIETH aNTUWroX jjBsaei on tlnTbcxj AwuJ No Short Subjects Feature at and p m. JwpB Uvint ind Aico EmbiK) Pmtnt At lulu Fila ADULT paramount cinema ,Bud Spencer YantiSoraer DanaGhii EnzoTarascio EmihoDelie NOWSHDWINfi HanmrfoTimr Tw I uJ Bnert tj I fniuttDiW nvww I I VX UoTry ADULT-NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN 20th Avc Mayor Magrith Or 328 6300 TONIGHT and TUESDAY AT AND P.M. ALBERT RBROCCOLI id HARRVSAIEMAN ma ROGER JAMES MOORE BOND II FLEMING'S I LIVi AWD LETDIE United Artists COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING, SKATING and MUSEUM Sapl Sept Sepl Sepl Sepl Sepl Stpl 17 FRITZ SICK in Swim -uiull Tilly) 1 00 1 00 p m 1 ilil Svum 1 Oil f )0 p in s a oo 10 oo D i iriull (inly) 1? 00 1 00 p in F1 1 1 i on 10 p 11 10 i (0 p i II M 1 0 1 1 1 i 11 i 1 i i n i 11 1 1 i 1 10 i 1 0 i i t V 11 1 00 p 1 i m i 11 (inly) 00 1 00 p 111 II VM 11 i no 10 p 111 T 00 I) ill HENDERSON PARK ICE SIR ALEXANDER CALT Hi 1 1 1 D n i 1 )0 0 0 tO p i HI NHI H >ON POOI 1 1 o i n f on mr i ;