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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE September TV highlights SAUTRDAY SPECIAL: United Appeal, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. Host Wendell Wilks talks with campaign managers from the United Way program. The functions of the program, where the money goes, etc., will be discussed. MUSIC: Shake, Rock and Roll, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. Bobby Curtola welcomes singer Robbie Lane and Bill Haley and the Comets. FAMILY: The Frog Prince, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. The Muppets add their special brand of madness to this fairy tale. (A SPORT: CFL Football, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. The Toronto Argonauts meet the Lions in Vancouver. MOVIE DRAMA: 9 p.m., Ch. 13. This is a suspense movie about crooks robbing crooks with Warren Beatty and Goldie Hawn. CRIME DRAMA: 9 p.m., Ch. 11. The debut of this series starring Lome Greene as a former cop turned private eye. MOVIE WESTERN: "Hour of the 12 midnight, Ch. 7. Wyatt Earp, aided by Doc Holliday, searches for his brother's murderer. MOVIE COMEDY: 12 midnight, Ch. 13. The story of a self-centered, conniving man who uses people to his own ad- vantage. MOVIE ADVENTURE: a.m., Ch. 13. A spy drama featuring Vince Edwards. SUNDAY SPORT: JVFL Football, 11 a.m., Ch. 7. The Washington Redskins meet the Eagles in Philadelphia SPORT: CFL Football, p.m., Ch. 13. The Hamilton Tiger- Cats meet the Stampeders in Calgary INTERVIEW: Undercover, 2 p.m., Ch. 7. Ex-Toronto Argonaut coach Leo Cahill is the guest and he'll talk about his days with the team and the plans for his new book. MUSIC: Music To See, 5 p.m., Ch. 7. Conductor Alexander Brott and his son Dennis in a father-and-son recital with the McGill Chamber Orchestra. FAMILY: World of Disney, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. "Fire on Kelly Mountain" is about a young ranger's long and valiant struggle to prevent a holocaust. ADVENTURE: The Beachcombers, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. A shoot-out on the high seas results when Nick plans to outwit a log-stealing beachcomber. STUDENTS and CHARACTER Try something in dancing. PHONE 329-0955 OBJECTIVE STATED The CBC's stated objec- tive in the extension of radio and television ser- vice is to provide every community of 500 persons or more with radio and television services. Block Bros. Top Two Salesmen For Month of August, 1973 -SUCCESS THRU SERVICE" Phone 328-2356 1240 3rd Ave. S. BILL LAZARUK 328-7402 BRENDA COLLINGWOOD 329-0675 MANAGER JIM PETER MATISZ PRESLAND 328-8204 327-7631 ASSISTANT MANAGER DRAMA: The Waltons, p.m., Ch. 7. The rumor is going around that a silver collection has been stolen and John Walton is the thief. COMEDY: Sonny and Cher, p.m., Ch. 13. Author Truman Capote makes his variety show debut John Davidson is also a guest. CRIME DRAMA: McMillan and Wife, 8 p.m., Ch. 9. The McMillans are vacation bound in this third season opener. CRIME DRAMA: Hawaii Five-0, p.m., Ch. 13. "One Big Happy Family" is a tale of closely knit wanderers who wanton- ly murder for trivial sums. DRAMA: "More Joy in 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Part I of a two-part drama based on an infamous criminal case opens this series of CBC Drama 1973. DOCUMENTARY: Megavitamin Controversy, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Doctors who are divided on this therapy and patients who have undergone the treatment are interviewed. MONDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "Law and 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A con man who always gets caught and decides to retire when his son grows up rather than keep telling him he is a missionary. Stompin' Tom here Tuesday Stompin' Tom Connors was not a particularly happy child in Skinners Pond, and ran away on several occasions When he was about 13 he made it to Saint John and be- ing big for his age, was able to find work on the docks He was eventually located by the the authorities and ordered to continue his schooling or be returned to P E.I. He chose the former and pursued scholastics for about another two years. By that point in his life Stompin' Tom had already begun to write and sing songs of his own experiences. He had purchased a guitar from a fellow roomer in Saint John and was busy perfecting his string skills along with ex- panding his repertoire. He was, from his earliest recollections, a devout country music fan and as a child had an admiration of Hank Snow and Wilf Carter which bordered on worship At the ripe old age of 16, Stompin' Tom hit the road with his best friend (his guitar) to see what the rest of Canada had to offer. He thumbed back and forth across the country many times in the next seven years Tom played his guitar and sang his songs while his road buddies passed the hat Sometimes he slept in parks, sometimes in jails. Often he didn't eat for days at a time He worked as a lumber jack, tobacco picker. grave digger, factory hand, construction worker, or anything else that paid a few dollars and kept him from starving. During this period Tom tried to find someone who would listen to his songs and ideas, but everyone was big on music from the U.S. and no- one wanted songs about Tim- mins or Tillsonburg. One fateful night in 1965 in Peterborough, Ont., a forget- ful waiter was introducing Connors and couldn't remember his last name. "Anyway, here he is Stom- pin' Tom" he blurted out. Tom knew he would be stuck with the name. And he was. Things have changed a great deal for Connors since the breakthrough in 1965. He has become one of the most successful recording artists in Canada in any music field and has been named the top male country vocalist for two successive years. He has had four gold albums or more in countless hit singles, numerous successful concerts and has become a sought after guest on major TV and radio programs in Canada, the U.S.A. and abroad. A national network CBC show The Marketplace has chosen his song The Consumer as its theme throughout the show. Because his love of the Maritimes, and particularly P.E.I., is so genuine, Stompin' Tom has undertaken a centen- nial project of his own He has undertaken to restore and return the oldest school house on the Island back to its condition at the time of Confederation lor PE.l (1873) The schoolhouse, which is located in his hometown of Skinners Pond, will be of- ficially opened to the public later this year by Stompin' Tom and presented to the dis- trict as a museum Connors will perform at Lethbridge in the Exhibition Pavilion at 8 p.m. Tuesday THANK YOU! The ANNE CAMPBELL SINGERS Wish to Thank The Lethbridge Businesses who contributed so generously to the success of their recent Fund- Raising Dinner. Our thanks also to Mr. George Stem, Mr Ludwig Stem, Mr. Rudi Maass, Mr Alex Kogler and our parents for their time and efforts. May we also take this opportunity to thank the news media and the public for their support of our projects. FEATURING 4 Day Cruise to Nassau. Mardi Gras" Cypress Gardens Grand Ole Opiy" Walt Oisney World Kennedy Space Centre transportation by deluxe Hiway Cruiser to Miami and return DEPARTING FEB 2 25 Fun Filled Days Escorted from ARIZOVA t ALIFORM SEE. Phoenix "Old Tucson" Sin Francisco Oisittylanil and tnoie, DEPARTING: OCT' 2' 15 Fun-Filled Bays Escorted from LAS VEGAS Caison City. Lake Tattoe, Virginia City and more DEPARTING NOV 17 9 Fun-Filled Days Escorted from for FREE BROCHURE Call Your Travel Agent or: Ph. 424-7626, evgs. 454-2987 207 Kresge Bldg. Edmonton, Alberta A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL 60S 5th AVE. S. PHONE 328-7921 or 328-1181 P. LAWSON TRAVEL MARQUIS HOTEL BLDG. PHONE 328-3000 Erotic display RADIO and TV LISTINGS open to public By DAVID SHIREY New York Times Service NAPLES, Italy What has been described as the world's largest and best collection of ancient erotic art, hidden in a "secret room" of the Naples National Museum for nearly 200 years, will be put on public view for the first time this year. There are 250 objects in the group, which is reportedly rivaled only by the Vatican collection of erotic art. Ever since the suggestive sculptures, mosaics and pain- tings first saw light in the 18th-century excavations at Pompeii and Herculaneum, only scholars and visitors with special permission have been able to look at the collection. The works come primarily from the bedrooms and brothels of the famous ancient cities, which were buried in the volcanic Vesuvian erup- tions of 79 A.D. Both the rich and the poor owned the ob- jects. The Emperor Tiberius and the poet Horace are said to have had extensive collec- tions of Erotica. Alfonso De Franciscis, director of the museum, said the new liberated attitude toward sex prompted him to open the collection to the public. "There has been such an ambitious display of erotica in magazines and movies that there was no longer any reason to conceal these works from the public." he said. "Most people might even find these pieces tame after what they've seen elsewhere. Thank God we've freed ourselves at least partially from the fig-leaf mentality." The pieces will be exhibited in three rooms that once serv- ed as a cavalry barracks for the Bourbons. De Franciscis said he had made sure the ministry of fine arts in Rome was in agree- ment with his decision before moving to open the collection. Only a hypocritical sense of prudery has kept the objects under wraps, he said. Although he noted some of the works had interest only as sexual items, without much redeeming artistic or social value, most of the pieces are esthetically and historically important. "They are signifi- cant as fine art objects and as sociological he said. "These works tell us a lot about the culutures of Pompeii and he continued. "One might get the impression that the an- cients were obsessed by sex from this collection. It was very much a part of their lives. But they also had other things on their minds." The subject matter touches upon just about every im- aginable sexual possibility and position. The amorous representations can be ex- plicitly figurative or amusing- ly caricatural. "Many of these objects had a religious meaning for the an- De Franciscis said. "They were linked up to the mysteries of the origins of life and fertility. They often serv- ed as amulets for the protec- tion of the individual and his family." It is said that museum of- ficials refused to let Nazi leader Hermann Goering see the objects. Goering later managed to have some of the works stolen and spirited away to Germany. They were recovered after considerable sleuthing by an Italian art squad. 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 Lethbridge Herald. New immigration policy on way OTTAWA (CP) Long- term plans to rewrite the 21- Act were announced here by Immigration Minister Robert Andras "It is now universally ac- cepted that Canada needs a new immigration policy." he said in a Commons statement. In deciding changes, his de- partment would consult prov- inces and organizations and would welcome suggestions from any individuals. Letters to all provinces and more than 100 organizations were mailed earlier in the day. Their views, together with information collected at the federal level, will be used to compile a so-called green paper on immigration, he said. The document leading to final policy decisions would be designed to stimulate debate across the country The government plans to release it by next spring "The end result at which we are aiming is a comprehen- sive policy to be expressed in new immigration legislation." Mr Andras said. Dramatic changes had taken place since the existing act was adopted in 1952. The traditional flow of European immigrants had slowed while the number from developing countries had grown substan- tially This change, plus many that have occurred internally, must be taken into account in a new over-all policy, he said. The Andras statement was welcomed by immigration spokesmen for all opposition parties. David Orlikow North) said the new policy should give the federal government more responsibility for what happens to immigrants after they arrive. Provinces and municipalities now often have to integrate immigrants into society, he said. NAB TINY THIEVES OTTAWA (CP) Police arrested two 14-year-old boys and recovered a quantity of jewelry after a breakin at an Ottawa home. They also recovered jewelry valued at more than and cash, taken in three earlier breakins. 5 00 Bugs Bunny 6 00 Mission Impossible 7 00 United Appeal Show 8 00 Frog Prince 900 CFL 11 30 News 1145 News CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevlslon Ch. 6) 8 30 Needles and Pins 900 Sunday At 900 10 00 CBC Info Special 11 00 National 11 15 News 11 30 Dollars and Sense 12 00 Movie Young Philadelphians MONDAY 7 00 Audobon 7 30 Farm and City Today 7 45 Wizard of Oz 8 00 Pmocchio 8 30 Uncle Bobby 9 00 Ed Allen 9 10 00 Mon Ami 10 15 Friendly Giant 1030 Mr Dress Up 11 00 Sesame Stret 12 00 Super Man 12 30 Lassie 1 00 General Hospital 1 30 Let's Make A Deal 2 00 Our Town 3 00 Take 30 3 30 Edge of Night SUNDAY 8 00 N F B 830 Niven Miller 9 00 Oral Roberts 9 30 Cross Roads 10 00 Faith For Today 1030 NFL Highlights 11 00 NFL 1 30 Sports Week 2 00 Undercover 230 Claire Olsen 3 00 Reach For The Top 3 30 Agriculture Today 3 45 A Way Out 4 00 District 7 4 30 Country Canada 5 00 Music to See 5 30 The Irish Rovers 6 00 Disney 7 00 Beachcombers 7 30 The Waltons 4 00 Family Court 4 30 Drop In 5 00 Hollywood Squares CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevlslon Ch. 4) mm NIGHT 6 00 News 6 10 Oil Report 6 30 Kmgo Binqo 7 00 Shake Rock and RDoll 7 30 Police Surgeon 800 TBA 8 30 Ryan s Fancy 9 00 Movie TBA I 1 30 News II 50 News 12 00 Double Bill 1 Aide 2 Hammerhead SUNDAY 8 25 Thought for Day 8 30 Rev Solbrekken 9 00 Day of Discovery 9 30 To You With Love 1000 N F B 11 00 On the Line 11 30 Rural Report 12 00 Rex Humbard 1 00 N F B. 2 30 Pentecost Presents 3 00 Horst Koehler 3 30 Missing Link 4 00 Garner Ted Armstrong 4 30 Question Period 5 00 Untamed World 5 50 Animal World fi 00 Survival h 30 Kroskin 7 00 Brndy Bunch 7 30 Sonny and Cher 8 30 Hawaii Five-XD 9 30 Diana 1000 W-5 11 00 News 11 20 News 11 30 In Conversation 12 00 Merv Griffin 5 55 Thought for Day 6 00 University of the Air 6 30 Yoga 7 00 Canada A M 8 30 Romper Room 9 00 in Conversation 9 15 Parlons Francais 9 30 55 North Maple 10 00 Lifestyle 1030 Pay Cards 11 00 Galloping Gourmet 12 30 Woody Woodpeckei 11 30 Boat the Clock 12 00 Flmtstones 1 00 Movie Law and Disorder 2 30 Somerset 3 00 Another World 3 30 What's the Good Word 4 00 Anything You Can Do 4 30 Buckshot 4 V) Mod Squad r> ri5 News fi 10 Girl With Something Extra Morley McGill and Allan Bell- Contemporary Sports, Leo Dow- Sunday Mornings SATURDAY GOO Buryle Clark .1200 John Oliver 1230 News, Sports. Wthr 6 00 Paul Tessier 12 00 Roy Rennick hi CHEC News, Doug Marvm- -Farm News, Music We Remember- 7 00 Leo Dow (Music We Remember) 7 30 Indian News Media S 540 Sports 5 53 News 6 00 Show Case 7 00 Stan Bailey Show 1 00 Barry Hegland Sl'.NDAY 6 00 News 6 03 Canadian Concert Hall 7 00 Blackfoot Ind'an Program 7 30 Family Favorites 8 00 News 8 15 Christian Science 9 05 Brown 900 1000. 11 00 News Sports. Wthr Sports Scores 8 30, 9 30 1030, 11 30 11 30 Sunday Magazine 8 00 Leo Dow 8 45 Sports 9 00 Leo Dow 12-30 News, Weather Sports 1-00 Jack Neufeld 6 00 Roy Rennick 645 Ind Baptist Church 7 00 Gospel Hour 7 30 Back to God Hour 8 00 Roy Rennick CJOC 12 JO News 1 00 Jim Parsons Show 3 10 Cross Country Checkup 5 00 Mike LeBlanc Show 6 00 Rock On 8 00 Entertainers 11 03 Capital Report 10 00 Hour of Decision 10 30 Sunshin Evangel MO.MUY 6 05 Jack Thys Show 7 50 News Winr. Sport 8 35 Phone Bill Show 1005 Gord Whitehead Show 11 00 Jack Thys 1200 Probe 1220 12 30 News Wthr Sport 1 00 News and Grain Prices 1 05 Gord Whitehead Show 3 05 Jim Parsons Show 5 00 News 6 02 Stan Bailly Show CHEC-FM 100.9 thru FRIDAY 6am -12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 pm Dpll-0 6pm -10 p m Don Hedman 10 p m -12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) 6am -12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p m Don Hedman CBR SVrt'RDAY NIGHT Opera College Football Jazz Canadiana Showcase 73 The Demand Side Music de Chez Nous CBC Stage Canadian Concert Hall Anthology Music Alive Just Jazz 1003 2 03 4 30 5 03 6 10 630 8 03 9 00 1003 1 1 03 12 03 si 7 05 Sunday Morning 8 05 Sunday Morning 8 45 Children's Story Time 9 Ob Sunday Magazine 1003 Sunday Supplement 10 59 Time Signal 11 05 Capital Report 12 03 The Entertainers 2 03 Quebec now 3 10 Cross Country Check Up 5 03 Rebound 6pm 1am Dell-O M 6 a m -1 p m Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) 1-2 p m The Gasthaus Hour (German program) 26pm Don Hedman 6pm -12 midnight Concerts Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) 603 National Rockworks 8 10 Sound of Sports 8 30 Canadian Catalogue 9 30 CBC Vancouver Chamber Orchestra 10 03 Gilmors Album 11 03 The Bush and the Salon 1203 Warner s Waxworks MONlm 5 30 Warm Up 6 05 Eye Opener 8 00 World at 8 8 05 Calgary Eye Opener 9 00 World at Nine 9 13 This Country 10 59 Time Signal 12 03 Radio Noon 1 55 Stockmarket 2 03 Autumn Sketches 2 30 Max Ferguson 3 03 Off The Record 4 00 BBC News 4 05 Home Run 5 30 News 600 World at Six 6 30 As It Happens Don't Miss Reading The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK COMING OUT TUESDAY (Included with your copy of The Herald) Southern Alberta's LARGEST Rural Circulation 107.000 Readers KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevlslon Ch. 9) SATURDAY 5-00 Barnaby Jones 6 00 Lawrence Welk 7 00 Mary Tyler Moore 730 Adam 12 8 00 Movie Dollars 10.20 News 10 50 Carol Burnett SUNDAY 7 00 Hair Bear Bunch 7 30 Amazma Chan 8 00 Spring Street USA. 8 30 Day of Discovery 9 00 Kathryn Kuhlman 9 30 Face of the Nation 10 00 Consultation 1030 NFL 2 30 Meet The Press 3 00 Childrens Classic Robin Hood 4 00 Retrospective 5 00 Magic Circus 6 00 Emergency 7.00 World of Disney 8 00 Mystery Movie 9 30 Lotsa Luck 1000 Chase 1100 News 1115 The Law And You 11 45 Travelure MOMm 6 15 Our World 6 45 Salute Agriculture 7 00 Today Show 800 Jokers Wild 8 30 Pydrarnid 9 00 Gambit 9 30 Hollywood Squares 10 00 Jeopardy 10 30 Who What Where Game 1055 News 11 00 Price is Right 11 30 As The World Turns 12 00 Days of our Lives 12 30 Doctors 1 00 Another World 1 30 New Match Game 2 00 Secret Storm 2 30 Mike Douglas 4 00 Today in Montana 4 30 News 5 00 News 5 30 News KFBB Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevlslon Ch. 11) s vrrmnv NICJHT 6 00 Sonny and Cher 7 00 Partridge Family 7 30 Movie Runaway 9 30 Griff 10 00 News 10 15 Dean Martin 11 15 News 11 30 Roller News SI'NDAY 6 30 Farm News 7 00 Closeup 7 30 This is the Life 8 00 Revival Fires 8 30 Gospel Hour 9 30 Make A Wish 10 00 Kid Power 10 30 Osmonds 11 00 N F.L 2 00 NFL 5 00 Wild Kingdom 5 30 Bobby Goldsboro 6 00 Rookies 7 10 FBI 8 00 Movie Fuzz 10 00 News 10 15 Bob Newhart 1045 Good Old Nashville Music 1115 News 11 30 Insiqht 6 55 Farm News 7 00 Captain Kangaroo 8 00 Morning News Q 00 Audrey 9 30 Jack LaLanne 1000 Young and the Restless 10 30 Search for Tomorrow 11 00 All my Childrden 11 30 Let s Make a Deal 12 00 Nowlywed Game 1230 News 1 00 General Hospital 1 30 One Life 2 00 Love American Style 2 30 Wizard of Odds 3 00 Three on a Match 3 30 Gul In My Life 4 00 Split Seconu 4 30 Brady Bunch r> 00 Password 5 30 News fi 00 Mows ;