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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, September 14, 1973 Soviets halt broadcast jamming SATURDAY BOMBSHELLS ONE DAY ONLY WHILE QUANTITIES LAST. Prestone Anti Freeze Gal. Printed or plain. 36" wide. FacelSe Paper Towejs Aorviic Knitting Yarn Approx. 4 oz. skeins. Several colours available. toes' Baggy Pants 100% polyester. Elastic waist, cuffed. Sizes 8-20. Cadbury's Block Bars New York Times News WASHINGTON United States officials reported Wednesday that they had strong indications that the Soviet Union had stopped jamming broadcasts from the Voice of America, the British Broadcasting Corporation and Deutsche Welle, the West German radio. A state department official said that Washington had received reports from monitoring stations and the American Embassy in Moscow that jamming had been halted since about mid- night Washington time on Sun- day night, Sept. 9. "We are monitoring this development as an important contribution to the freer flow of information and ideas between east and west." the official said. A voice ot America official said liiai iheie were svirie signs that some broadcasts particularly those on wavelengths close to Radio Liberty, which is still being jammed are still being blocked, but on the whole, he said. Voice of America of- ficials agree that the jamming seems to have diminished to almost nothing. Administration officials viewed the end of jamming if confirmed over a long period of time as a major Soviet concession to foreign public opinion. The subject of jamming has embarrassed Soviet officials, particularly at the conference on security and co-operation in Europe, where the free ex- change of ideas has been a major topic on the agenda That conference resumes work in Geneva next Tuesday. TO ENTERTAIN YOU THIS WEEK AT THE VENTURA IN COALDALE "MIKE the TROUBADOR VENTURA COALDALE THE LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA SEASON REHEARSALS: Lsthbrldgs GoHegiate Institute MONDAYS at p.m. Current Vacancies One Trumpet String Players (Other vacancies may occur before commencement of tne session Interested reasonably expeienced performers upon any orchestral instrument are invited to contact LUCIEN NEEDHAM, CONDUCTOR (OFFICE PHONE: 329-2338) A SENIOR INTERNATIONAL INVITATIONAL COMPETITION FEATUR- ING WORLD CLASS FIGURE SKATERS FROM 10 DIFFERENT COUN- TRIES. TWELVE ENTRANTS WILL BE COMPETING IN EACH OF THREE EVENTS LADIES' SINGLES, MEN'S SINGLES AND ICE DANCING. October BE SURE OF A GOOD SEAT GET AN AlllVENTS TICKET NOW (Includes all competitions, exhibitions and practice sessions) AT THE STAMPEDE CORRAL BOX OFFICE MON-FRI 9AM -5PM 10A M -5PM ALL EVENTS-TICKETS HOWb iJ riOi. Q EC THIS IS A SUPERB. FULLY-AGED WHISKY ITS PEDIGREED GOODNESS REPRESENTS THE PROUDEST ACHIEVEMENT OF CANADA MOST DISTINGUISHED MASTER DISTILLERS DISTILLED AGED BOTTLED IN BOND UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF THE CANADIAN GOVERNMENT The Prime Canadian OFC Canadian whisky is 8 years old. Picked in its prime, At 2-years old Canadian whisky is pale, harsh, unmatured and around 12 is darker and beginning to take on a heavy 'woody' taste. In between this time, it becomes golden, mellow, smooth and full-bodied. In our opinion OFC is the prime Canadian whisky. That's why OFC is only 8 years old. The prime time for taste, try it. LTD. VAueYcin.O. CANADA OFC "It takes no getting used to. TV highlights JfKlUAY CRIME DRAMA: Chase, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. The 90-minute pilot for this series with the commencement for the season scheduled lor Sept. 21. SCIENCE FICTION: "Planet of the p.m., Ch. 9. An astronaut crash-lands on a planst where men are mute savages enslaved by a race of civilized apes. WESTERN: "Showdown at O.K. 7 p.m., Ch. 7. The Shootout between Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday, and the Clanton-McLaury bunch. A re-enactinent of the long-running feud at Tombstone. SCIENCE FICTION: "The 7 p.m., Ch. 13. A futuristic drama set in the 2700s. The debut of this new series. COMEDY: All in the Family, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. A minority cou- ple is moving in next door and Archie's bigotry gets the series off on its fourth season. COMEDY: Sanford and Son, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. The third season opens with Lamont and his drama coach doing the strangling scene from "Othello." COMEDY: p.m., Ch. 7. The second season opener sees an investigating psychiatrist sent in to the Korean War Surgeons' camp. COMEDY SPECIAL: Rowan and Martin, 9 p.m., Ch. 9. Dan and Dick are the hosts for this vaudeville-style hour with Ruby Keeler, Bob Newhart, Harry Belafonte and the "Hollywood Boys Glee Club" among the many guests. CRIME DRAMA: FBI, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. A slick whodunit opens the FBI's ninth season on TV with the agents after three sophisticated hold-up artists. SATURDAY SPORT: Baseball, p.m., Ch. 9. The Pittsburgh Pirates meet the Cardinals at St. Louis. SPORT: Track and Field, 2 p.m., Ch. 7. Highlights of the Canadian Track and Field Championships taped Sept. 8-9 in Bur- naby. B.C 'SPORT; Wide World of Sport, p.m., Ch. 13. It is likely the heavy-weight bout between Muhammad AH and Ken Norton in Los Angeles will be shown. SPORT: Horse Racing, p.m., Ch. 7. The 28th running of the B C. Derby will be telecast from Vancouver. Gypsy Lee musical opens in Toronto RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to !nct changes by the stations and is net the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. A CHIC FRIDAY NIUHT 3 00 Dave King 7 00 Jack Neufeld 1200 Paul Tessier SATURDAY 6 00 News 6 05 Buryl Clarke 6 30 News 6 35 Buryl Clarke 7.00 News 7 05 Buryl Clarke 7.30 News 7 40 Sports 7 45 Buryl Clarke 8 00 News 8 05 Buryl Clarke CJOC FRIDAY NIGHT 500 Probe 1220 6 00 World at Six 6 30 Stan Bailey Show 8 00 Bruce Bowie Show 12 00 Jim Parsons SATURDAY 6 00 News s Thys 7 30 News. Wth--. Sports 1005 Jim Elliot 12-00 News 3 00 Stan Bailley Show 5 15 Soccer Results 5 40 Sports 5 53 News CHBC-FM 10O.9 NEW YORK (CPl The London production of Gypsy the musical based on the memoirs of stripper Gypsy Rose Lee. will open its pre- Hrnadway tour at Toronto's Royal Alexandra Theatre next March 25. the producers said Wednesday The musical, which stars Angela Lansbury. will then lour a group ol United States cities before opening on BroadwdV Sept 7 The Original New York pro- duction opened in 1959, with singer Ethel Merman in the starring role. NEW YORK (AP) Singer and songwriter Stevie Wonder says he's in good shape and the only permanent eftect of his Aug 6 automobile accident mav be some loss of smell and taste The blind pertormer said Tuesday he is still under medi-- cation and won't perform cigtim tor three or four months Wonder was travelling be- tween personal appearances when the accident occurred near Salisbury. N.C. He suf- fered a brain contusion and other injuries but returned to Ins apartment here last week. NEW YORK (AP) The Television network said Wednesday it may air full or partial live coverage of the second round of Senate Watergate hearings, or might decide against any live coverage It all depends on the lineup ill witnesses, said an NBC spokesman, adding that nobody knows yet who's go- ing to testily." Spokesman for CBS and ABC said no decision has been made on whether they'll resume their live coverage. KEEPS IT SHORT The shortest poem ever written is by contemporary poet Aram Saroyan It con- sists of a single word Blod. MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 a m -12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 pm Dell-0 6pm -10 p m Don Hedrnan 10pm -12 midnight Concerts. Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) SATURDAY 6 a m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p m and Encores Don Hedman FRIDAY NIGHT 4 03 Home Run 5 00 BBC News 530 News 6 00 World at Six 6 30 As It Happens 8 03 Between Ourselves 9 00 Music West 1000 News, Sport. Wthr 10 10 From the Capitals 10 15 Five nights a Week 10 30 My Music 11 00 News 11 03 Major Progression SATURDAY 603 Sounds Like Saturday 6 p m -1 am Dell-O SUNDAYS 6 a m -1 p m Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) 1-2 p m I he Uasihaus Hour (German program) 2-6 p m Don Hedman 6pm -12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) CBR 8 00 News 8 45 Notice Board 9 00 News 9 10 The Glums 9 30 Family Favorites 1003 This Country in the Morning (Pt 1) 10 59 Time Signal 11 03 This Country in the Morning (Pt 2) 12 00 News 12 10 Our Native Land 1 03 TBA 2 03 College Football TONIGHT "YOUNG COUNTRY" AT THE ALEC HOTEL You Get... GUARANTEED CIRCULATION When you advertise in The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK Watch For Your Copy Included In The Herald TUESDAY! CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CJOC-TV Channol 7 (CablevUlon Ch. 6) CANADIAN SCHENLEY DISTILLERIES LTD. Ceichr.itmg the 20th .mmvers.iry of the C.uudun Schenley Football Awards. El 5 00 Hollywood squares Frontier Dining 30 CJOC News 6 00 Chase 7 30 T B A 00 All In The Family Charcoal Broiled Steak and 30 MASH 00 Country Roads ul 00 Run for Your Life Continental Specialities served 00 News 15 CJOC News 35 TBA FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Entertainment for your listening pleasure every 5 00 Mod Squad 00 News 6 30 On The Buses LETHBRIDGE 00 StarUost 8 00 Sanford and Son 8 30 Movie That Certain FBI 00 News 20 News 12 00 Double Bill 1 Coogan's Bluff. 2 Nobody's Perfect would like to thank the following for making Fly-A-Thon the success it 55 Thought for Day Time Air Crew and their Mr. John Palls Mr. Gordon Lang Dr. T. J. Fort CHEC 30 Hee Haw 30 Movie Planet of the Apes 00 Rowan and Martin Special Use and Abuse of 00 News 10 30 Tonight show SATURDAY In Our 00 CGF Telecourse 7 00 Scooby Doo 8 00 My Favorite Martian 8 30 Jeannie The AAA and DAC is again conducting six sessions on Tuesdays at Palls C Beginning Sept. 18, Open to all at no charge who are interested 00 News 6 30 Truth or Consequences this public health 00 Brady Bunch 30 Odd Couple 00 Room 222 PLACE: No. 1316 5th St. 30 Adam's Rib 9 00 Love, American Style 10 00 News (Upstairs) Lethbridge, 30 Move Cruel Sea SAT! IRDA Y Phone 328-1042 or 55 News 00 Bugs Bunny 30 Yogi s Gang 1200 900 9 30 1000 11 00 11 30 12 00 1 00 200 400 500 Movie Houdmi SATURDAY Pinocchio Uncle Bobby Flmtstones Pink Panther Telescope Wrestlma Children's Cinema Track and Fie'd TBA Update 8 00 Josie and the Pussy- cats 8 30 The Jetsons 9 00 Star Trek Cartoons 9 30 Amazing Chan 10 00 Archie 10 30 Waterville Gang 11 00 Puppet People 11 30 Fantasia 12 00 Buckshot 12 30 Musical Friends 1 30 Outdoor Sportsman 2 00 Sports Digest 2 30 Wrestling 1 30 Roller Derby 4 30 Wida World of Sports 6 00 News 900 930 1000 1030 11 00 11 30 1200 300 330 400 430 500 600 Speed Buggy Josie and Pussy- cats Archies Fat Albert Flinstones Bailey's Comets Baseball TBA TBA Lassie News Democrats Telethon Lawrence Welk 7 00 Super Friends 8 00 Lassie's Rescue Rangers 8 30 Goober and the Ghost Chasers 900 Brady Kids 9 30 Mission Magic 10 00 Superstar Movie 11 00 Action 73 12 00 Wide World Of Sports 1 30 NCAA Football 5 00 Star Trek 6 00 Sonny and Cher 7 00 Partridge Family ;