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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta TV HIGHLIGHTS TUESDAY ADVENTURE: Mission: Impossible, pju., Ch. 7. A witness to a murder committed to an asylum and is being systematically driven out of her mind with drugs. The Mis- sion team is given 24 hours to save her life. COMEDY: Bob Newnart, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. Repeat COMEDY: Help, Inc., 7 p.m., Ch. 13. A comedy pilot cen- tering on the antics of three brothers who can't hold jobs. COMEDY: Mary Tyler Moore, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Repeat. DOCUMENTARY: North With the Spring, 8 p.m., Cb. 13. Cameras follow the path of Spring from Florida to the Cana- dian Arctic, A repeat telecast COMEDY: Flip Wilson, p.m., Ch. T. Repeat DOCUMENTARY: Tuesday Night, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. A re- telecast of a report on pee wee hockey, the games, playoffs and scouting. DOCTOR DRAMA: Marcus Welby. MD, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Repeat. MOVIE WESTERN: 1 a.m., Ch. 7. A scout attempts to make peace with the Soux Indians. WEDNESDAY COMEDY DRAMA: "Live Now, Pay 1 p.m., Ch. 13. The pitfalls of living on the instalment plan bring un- happiness to a young couple. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are lifted by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to Scsi-minute changes by the stations and is not the poniibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC Money AteSill and Allan Bell: Contemporary News; ee Dow: Farm News; Music We temporary Sports; Lee Mornings MONDAY thru FRIDAY Sports Doug Marvin: Con. Remember: Sunday News News Bob Hesteth Chec-line Chee Trading Leo Dow John Oliver Farm CIOC with Bill Skelton, Rad Whin. Bill Mathason; Sport Brant and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card News f.K Bury! Clark News Farm News Cattle Prices News Sports Grain Prices call of tht Land John Oliver Davt King Jack Neufetd TUESDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 World at SIX John Walker John Charles Jim Parsons WEDNESDAY fcOOCBC Elliot News, Weather and Phone Bill Shew Joan Waferfield and Jim Elliot Jack Thys Probe 1220 Noon Farm CHEC-FM 100.9 News, Weather and Sports News and Onto Prices Jack Johnny Walker Probe 1220 World at CU( MON. THRU Ml. a.m.-12 noon Don 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-O 4 p.m.-lO p.m. Don Hedman 10 midnight SATURDAY 4 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-4 p.m. Don Hedman 4 p.m.-l a.m. Dell-O _ SUNDAYS Concerts, Overtures a.m.-l p.m. and Encores Concerts, Overtures (Bob Concie) and Encores (Bob Concie) V2 p.m. The Hour (German program) 2-6 p.m. Don Hedman 4 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overturn and Encores (Bob Concie) TUESDAY NIGHT As It Happens Introduction to Tuesday Night TDMdty Night News, Sports, Weather From the Capitals Will Nights A Week Pandemonium CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Bundola's Nations Rupert's Land Rock Provincial Slide WEDNESDAY1 Warm Up Eye Opener World at 8 Eye Opener _______....._ The World at Nine Home Rue) This Country News Time Signal World I Radio Noon Stock Marfcat Schools Max Ferguson Bob Kerr BBC The Uthkidge Herald CHINOOK Saturates The Southern Alberta Market! over Lethbridge and district readers bi-monthly. DONT BUY ADVERTISING IN THE DARK! We submit our records fa the regular scrutiny ef Hie Audit Bureau ef Circulation and aur circulation praeHtM lo the discipline of their regulations! CALL 321-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION! CJOC.TV Channel 7 (Cablevisien Ch. TUESDAY HIOHT Movie: Hollywood Squerea Tomahawk News _ ,i JWssion Impossible Bob Newnart Super Heroes Hollywood Squared Pinocchio Mary Tyler Moore Wizard of Or Flip Wilson Front Page Challenge Tuesday Night News Crossfire News, Farm and City Audubon Joan Waferfield Mr. Dressup Western Schools Stampede Wrestling Friendly Giant Chez HeMM Sesame Streaf Luncheon let's Malta DH1 Truth or Klara-s Komer Ed Allen Take 30 Edge of Nigh! Family Ceurt Drop In CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevislon Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIOHT Star Trek News Seat the Clock Hdp Inc. Headline The Seasons: North Spring Tyson Marcus WMby News 12.00 Merv ertfflfi WKONCSMY Thought for Day University ef Air Romper Room Canada Uncle Bobby Show f :00 Community calendar 9-OS Fashions in Sewing PafKrs TrWble witti Traqr Sopermerket nerre StyH Eva Bet 1MB Family Affair Live Now, Pay Somerset World WlWl't Thf Oaad Ward Anything Yon Cm Do 0081 KRTV Greet Folh Channel S (CoWevhtoti Ch. f) TUESDAY MI0HT Salute AgrtcMtatB Mw0f Stiw MMV Loves ToSey In MaMmt Tht OocTcrrs Brrrte Pyramid World Movie: lord love Sale cr HoTiywoairs a HoUywood Secret Storrr Hawaii Ftve-C Jeopardy News Who. What. 4.00 Jorcrs TortgM News WEDNESDAY News NBC Nightly Him Ow WwW Safflsd KPM.TV OiMt Folb Channel I (CeMtvMm Oi. 11) TVtSDAT PJIWtT 5.30 Ont to' Uvt Cuivwi'Jutncn Jack LaLamw 41 cor Tempwattnm Audrey I1ve> Rising Galloping Movlt: Young end ResDesi Family FHgW News fforte: CM Mm Farm News All Wy O s Mate A MUSIC FESTIVAL RESULTS following are the Lethbridge end District Kiwanis Music Festival re- sults for all clastM which took place PIANO DUET s yrs. and under Megan and Chris- topher Nowlin, 80. 12 yrs. and under 1. Joan ford and Karen Vare, 85; 2. Sheila Plomp and Donna Jordan, 82. BACH PIANO 11 yn. and under Owight Sie- mens, 83. 11 yrs. and under 1. Roxanne Van Wyk, 82; 2. Joan Radford, 81. IS yrs. and under 1. Judy Melnyk, 85; 2. Peggy Johnson, 84. SCHOOL CHORUS Cndt 3. l. Agnea Davidson, 87; 2. Fleetwood-Bawden, 84. O'RLS' HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS Grader 7 to selected VOICM Wilson Junior High, 87 and 85. JUNIOR HIGH CHORAL GROUP Wilson Junior High, 84 end 85, SONATINA 1J and under 1. Bonnie Park, 87; 2. Cindy Lee Sepp, 84, Joy Steptiure, PIANO DUET 14 yrs. and under Klas- sen and Marian Parkinson, 82; 2. Joy and Dick Stephure, 81. BACH PRILUDE AND FUOUt Open 1. Bertha Kopp, 88; 2. Laur- ie Fumagalll, 84) Ed Gnandt, (4. CHORAL SPEECH Grade Lakevlew, 85; J. Ag- ner Davidson, 84. Grades 4 to _ Wwfrninstsr e, 13; 2. Westminster A, 82. Grade Agnes Davidson, W. Orade 7 1. St. Mary's 70, W; 2. St. Mary'r 7F, 85. Oradt 8.1. WilEon Junior High, It; 2. Wilson Junior High, 12. Grade Wilson Junior Hgh, 87. BOYS' SCHOOL VOCAL Grade S T. Donald Glbb. to; 2. Robert Baker, 85) Tom Schuler, 85. Grade 4 1. Murrey Melsey, 18; 2. Bradley Masson, 85; Michael Holt, 85; Danny Melvln, 85. BACH PIANO U yrs. end under 1. Wayman Mah, M; t. Carla Dawn Yevng, 85. PIANO OUIT U yn. and under 1. Carle Dawn Young end Val Erlckton, 88; 2. Janice Hamilton and Wendy Anderson, 82. HAYDN JUNIOR 16 yrs. and under 1. Karen Pozzl, (4; 2. Roxanne Ueyeock, S3. PIANO SOLO U yn. and under 1, Debbie Fan- tin, Si; 2. Sharon Sam, 14. CONCERT RECITAL U yn. and under 1. Roxanne Lay- cock, 250; 2. Peggy Johnson, 249; (total score) DRAMATIC POETRY Open i. Lerry Hartley, 87; t. Tom Carter, M. LYRIC POITRY 17 yrs. and under Sherl McFad- den, 85. if yn. and under 1. Martin Kin- cheloe, 84; 2. Shirley Johnson, 85. CANADIAN POITRY 17 yn. and under 1. Michelle Baron, 85; J. Dlanne Jensen, 84. yn. and under Itwri McFadden, BIBLE READING 18 yrs. and under 1. Laurie Mann, 84; 2. Leslie DeArmond, 83. GROUP SCPNES 11 yrs. and under 1. Lori Flnnerty and Sherry Johnson, 86; 2. Dawn Me- Caugherty and Lid Waterfleld, If. SHAKESPEARE SOLO Open l. Gloria Kemltomo, Mi 1 Sherl McFadden, ti. Bill Kucheran Turntable topics Billion Dollar Babies Alice Cooper. This is a very disappointing album by the highly-successful group. The fine inventive styles, straight rock music and the striking lyrics of their past three albums are gone. Instead, one finds an odd assortment of material: songs range from copies of earlier tunes to sim- ply lousy efforts. Recited or screamed lyrics, and pauses for crass sound effects (eg. a tooth being pulled) are present in nearly every song. Even the few songs with potential are destroyed by these devices. Ly- rically, they offer nothing re- poorly construct- ed lyrics usually refer to 'lov- ing the dead' or some other such topic guaranteed to make parents The effort BSE every appearance at being aim- ed at the teeny-topper' audi- ence Alice Cooper seems to want to become the decadent Partridge Family. This is a shame, as their previous works illustrate their ability, but as long as they produce albums such as this, they are best ig- nored. (Warner Bros. BS Eat It Hnmble Pie 'Eat It' offers a continuation of the group's fading away from their quieter first albums. The Pie are into a soul bag (as the Stones now are on many They are backed by soul singers Clydie King, Vanetta Fields and Bilfle Bar- num extensively. The influence is very noticeable of the first side (all Steve Mariott composi- Side two is even a purer soul form, the songs done in- clude those by Ray Charles, Edwin Starr and Ike and Tina Turner. The third side is of a country-rock genre, not melodic like in the Frampton days, but of a loose, choppy style (they use sloppy slide guitar and free form Although the entire album has a spontaneous feeling about it, side four is the only truly live one, recorded before a Glasgow audience. It is the Pie doing pure hard rock, such as 'Hooky Tonk Woman.' Throughout the record flasM- ness such as duo guitar solos is kept down in preference to the soul arrangements. The album is not really Humble Pie at what they do best, but it should prove enjoyable to the followers of soul-rock forms. (A and M SP Chuck Berry's Golden Dec- ade Vol. 2 Chock Berry. Chuck Berry is truly one of the fathers of rock and roll. An artist like Berry (who is now 41) who has had recent fame ('My Dingaling' was his first million seller) along with many past releases, tends to be the victim of many 'exploi- tation' records. Happily, it can be said, that this record is no such aiieagrt. The two record set is the logical successor to the earlier Vol. 1 of bits, Berry's 'Golden Decade' being considered from 1955-65. Excel- lent reference material is pro- vided as are all his recordings in this period. Songs include "Little 'Jo Jo and 'Guitar Boogie' among others. While the album holds some of his lesser mater- ial, it still proves quite interest- ing. To the serious rock histor- ian, the album should provide a chance to hear some tog sought-after material. (Chess Shimmy She Boll, Shimmy She Shake Jim Pnlte. This album features the vo- cals and rhythm guitar of Jim Pulte along with John Herron Chuck Morgan Jim Poos and Tom Dewey (lead It is a loose, easy effort, com- bining pop-rock with country and jazz styles (instrumenta- tion such as bottleneck eiitar is There's even a bit of nostalgia with Frank Ifield's 1 Remember You.' Several songs are done very wen, and while the honky-tonk feel conies out strong, the somewhat un- even musical substance limits the record to a rating of a bit Humperdinck seeks apology LONDON (Batter) British pop star Englebert Hum- perdinck says he will seek an apology from the Venezuelan embassy here over Ms deten- tion in Caracus on fuspicioo of possessing drugs. Arriving back in London alter his tour of the United States and Latin America, the singer said of Venezuela: "I certainly don't advise anyone to go on vacation there." Humperdink was in jail for more than three hours while Venezuelan officials carried out dope tests on a package of vita- min pills be was carrying. He was released when the tests revealed the pills were not illegal drugs. ANAPOLIS, Brazil (AP) Mary Martin has decided lo leave Brazil and return to the United States because of the re- cent death of her husband, Richard HalJiday, friends say. The 50 year oW American stage star has been living for three years on a farm near this central Brazilian city. Her bus- PA4AMO13XT "Young Winston" One Opmpkte Snow Family PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short. Subjects "Poseidon Last Oompiete Show AduH COLLEGE CCVEMA One Complete Sborw Restricted AduJl GREEN ACRES DFfVE IN Hookers" 7- 3D "Here Come the One Compfef-e Show Adult band died March S at a nearby hospital. NEW YORK (AP) A per- former riding a bicycle on a tightwire fell 19 feet into an open cage of at the Ring- ling Bros., Barnum and Bailey Circus, while people watched. The bicyclist, Pio Nock, 52, of Switzerland, suffer- ed only minor injuries from the fall, and none of the lions touch- ed him. Lion tamer Wolfgang Hlzmair, who partly cushioned Nock's fall, was not hurt. above average. (United Artists UAS Less Than The Song Hoyt Axton. Hoyt Alton is more well- known as a songwriter than a performer he has written for the Kingston Trio ('Greenback Steppenwolf ('the 'Snowblind and Three Dog Night ('Joy To The This is his fourth album, and it is produced by Bob Johnston, Bob Dylan's pro- ducer. Axton is basically a folk- country artist instrumenta- tion tends toward simply back- ed acoustic guitar. His smooth, deep voice (which strongly re- sembles Pat Boone's) is quite pleasant. All the songs are en- joyable, but tend to be simple and repetitive, the same which can be said about the musical performance throughout the al- bum. Though it is not bad, it certainly is not in the same class as his hits. (A and M SP Like A Sunny Day Robert Thomas Velline. Robert Velline's album, like that of many other solo artists, suffers from mainly an over- whelming sameness throughout. To acoustic guitar and vocal selections are added slight amounts of simple backing (eg. steel Although the gospel and pop idioms worked into his folk-style songs helps, the effort has trouble losing a basically bland feeling. (United Artists UAR SOUTHERN ALBERT THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfgir Theatre "THE BURGLABS" In color. Starring Robert Hosseto, Nicole Calfan and Renato Salvatori. Tuesday and Wed- oesday, April 3 and 4. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "FOUR PLIES ON GREY VELVET' In color. Starring Michael Brandon and Mimsy Farmer. Tuesday Wed- nesday, April 3 and 4. Tuesday snow at p.m. Restrict, ed Adult. NNCHER CRfcEK Fox Theatre "STAND UP AND BE COUNTED" in color. Starring Jacqueline Bisset, Stella Stevens and Gary Lockwood. Tuesday and Wednesday, April 3 and 4. Tuesday chow at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "PETE 'N TILLIE" In color. Starring Walter Matthau and Carol Burnett. Tuesday, April 3. Shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. FOLLGARD DANCE CLUBS 327-2138 Get out of the house and into "The Swing ef Things." I Join the fastest growing chain of Dance Clubs in I I the world. I TV star sued for divorce SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) Television personality Dick dark, 42, has been sued for di- vorce by his wife of nearly 11 years on grounds of irreconci- lable differences. SPEC1AI 10 FOR Ol '10- HOURS FORONIY LIMITED TIME ADULTS ONIY I 626 13th ST. N. PHONE I FAMIIT paramount RICHARD ROBERT ANNE _SIMON SHAW 1ANCROFT WARD last Times Tonfte DAILY AT P.M. YOUNG WINSTON WINNER OF 2 ACADEMY AWARDS paramount cinema Tonrte thru Tkws. at end p.m. RESTOCTfD AOUIT college cinema WINNER OF TWO ACADEMY AWARDS INOUOING 8CST ACTOR-BIST PrCTURf TONITEthruTHUKS. DAILY AT April 9, 1973 THE LETHBRIDOe HERAID 7 Recovers TaUvliion penonallly M McMahon was released from hospital In Miami after recuperating from head Injuries he received In a fall In the McMahon, who qppears with Johnny Carson on NBC's Tonight Show, slip, ped while stepping from a dock to a boat eceerdinf to his manager. YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SIRVlCf MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV I A r 11 C RADIO AND TV J M IV 9 3W w< H. r TONIGHT "QUILL" AT THE MINERS' 733 13th ST. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY! green acres drive in TONIGHT AND WED. Mayer ifafrtth Dr. i CouW Hwy, 327-1100 ACADEMY AWARD WINNER BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY ADULT "A AMAT INTMTAINMIHT I SECOND FEATURED com Gate Open 7 pm. Show p.m. paramount Starts Tomorrow Daily at p.m. Mi St. ft Are. South. 327 5100 Matinees Wed., Sat and Sun Only At p.m. 1 Show Nightly at p.m. ALL NEW! ,t The joyful, songfuiwonderfui, stay of the life and music of Johann Strauss! 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