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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Avguit 14, 1972 TH8 LHHBRIDGB HEPAID 9 LIGHTS! MONDAY SI'OKT: Iltisdiall, p.m., Cli. 0. The Oakland Ath- letics inert Hie Orioles lit Haltimure. MOVIK DKAMA: "Ulqilianl 7 p.m., Cli. Tim lonely j'ouny of a Ceylon tea plantation owner tuna lo her husband's manngcr (or friunilship. SI'KCIAIj; "IJiins Arc Krpc." p.m., Cli. 13, A documentary sequel lo the IWM jovio "Born Free." DOCUMBNTAKY: Of AM rc.ojilc, III p.m., Cli. 7. A ]iro- filt1 of a lighthouse keeper nut] iii.s fainiiy. INTERVIEW: HistirtHiiislnirl Canadians, ICiliO p.m., Ch. 7. Charlotte Whitton, the outspoken former mayor ot Ottawa, is Hie Kjrecial guest. INTERVIEW: Wcrv (irlfliti, n.m., Cli. 13. Walter Miilliau, Helen Hayes, Henry Fonda, Jean Staplelon, Sandy Duncan and Jane Wyalt are special guests. TUESDAY .MOVIE COMEDY: "Five Golden Hours." J p.m., Cli. 7. A baroness and a professional swindler learn up to work a con game. MOVIE ADVENTUIIE: "Tile Klack Teiit." 1 p.m., Ch. n. A nritish urmy officer in Libyan desert finds shelter with n Bedouin trihc and falls in love (he chieftain's daughter. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings by radio and television statfom. Any vqifetton In. program l> due fa (ait. minute by tho stations and It not the reipon- ilblOly 4f the Herald, or Analo Dltlributoti Stereo and Photographic CHEC Roger Chonnon with Contemporary Sports Morlcy McGifl Contemporary TUESDAY Cl.irk MONDAY NIGHT Prorv: World fit CJOG Show TUESDAY CCC Jim EZIIioll Z-ft Dill Shew 10-Ci Wayne Barry Pr-rctS Jack Thyu John Walker World Six CHEC FM on tho Hour on the Half Hour Den MacUasrer Don Hodman a.m. Sitjn-Olf MONDAY IJIQHT Ifomi-j Run World Six Radio 1010 Colgary I V.'erfc As Happen TUESDAY Between Ourselves A.OS Cye Opener Quebec Mew World (it Hln Wlhr, 6: IS Calgary Eye From The Capital! GjMner CtCC CLCC Broadcast! ovnr Cablovision Ch. 7 Monday thru Friday News Hourly Weather Half Hour Obrro John noun Godwin Major Mtv.s Ncwi Care! Stan This Country Radio llonn StDcX. Market fake U from Nero 7: JO Holiday marl MomB Run NevrJ 'World a1 iix This Summer Take A On Your Camping Trip! Other sizes in portable also in stock. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Sletco flkoloytaplilc Ccnlet 419 5rh St. S. Phono 328-6661 "WE PERSONAILY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (CablovisTon Ch. 6) (Yews' (0 Tcfojirol; MONDAY WIGHT Gamer Pylr (c) J lri-.li ttows Prj1liro.i1 7.30 Orff! U.) Unilrr Atliick I .111 CO (r 9.30 Tlii-. is of Air Mr f Mr 10. li Chrr 1UOO Sf'.riii'i' Slrect Luncheon Dale W.ovio, F'ivc Golden Hcnir-, (cl M r.nri'.ivi'T Town T.iko 30 r'i'1 I 01 Ml (I hi lly Conn 1 1 Truth CFCN Lcthbriclgo Ch, 13 (Cahlcvision Ch. 4) MONDAY MIGHT (rl IJ'fifi Afl AlrMd Eyn CilTO NflW.I Pen! C 1? OS ,Vrrw f.riMi TUESDAY (c) (c) Rupert Bear (c) ilnn Good World Miss Vicld back together JUST A FEW WORDS Seven-monlh-old Justin Tru- cleau soys a moulhful at Vancouver International Airport. Mother Margaret hole's the young political observer be- fore boarding a piano Thursday Prime ftyrmier Pierre Elliot Trudeau for the return trip to Ottawa afler a west coast vacalion. Bill Kuchcran topics By It ILL KIJCHKRAN TUB CHUCK MANGIONK QUARTET, Mercury SUM I 633. Chuck Mangione is one of the "new hrewl" of young jazz musicians moving into the con- temporary music scene. He could easily have formed n rock group with guitars and vocals mixing with jazz instru- ments, but instead he has stuck with the more traditional for- mal of drums, bass and liorns. The result is u very pleasing album. Except for the occa- sional lapse of taste, the bass and drums create an appropri- ate jazz backing. But Gerry Ncigwood'.s sax, tuba ant: flutes and Mangione's flugle- honi and electric piano are what -steal the show with their pleasing harmonic combina- tions. The smooth, relaxing mu- sic is an interesting experience for the rock fan, .something the jazz inn will appreciate, and a la.ste of where the Jazz scene may be heading. IIO.NKV CHATEAU, by 1CI TON JOHN'. Uni 03135. Pop singer Elton John liaa turned his efforts toward the simpler on (his disc. AUhougl it's not a rock and roll album the of the fifties am! sixties lieavily taint the music The v.'cl l-produced arrange- ments are all basically simple The only instrument reall> standing out CEitun's piano is, as usual, excellent, but kept subtle) is the amazing electric violin of Jean-Luc Ponty. Bcrnie Taupin's lyrics have a message of .sorts on ahout half the songs, but are simple, al- most humorous songs about country boys and alike on the rest. With Honky Chateau, Elton John remains one of the few musicians of today able to ap- proach the ability the Beatles had in the popular music scene, ii o w DO you no? by MOUTH AND M a c N E A L, Philips PUS 700-000. Mouth and MacNcal falias Willem Duyn and Maggie Mac- Ncal) are a Dutch twosome whose title- song from this al- bum has become a hit on (he radio charts. Sounding a bit like Ike and Tina Tiu-ner, Ihe album ranges the gamut of songs from blues to country None of this material is up to tho .standard of their 45, and though they seem best-suiled to blues-soul type music, the sue cess of the Jnrk LftLnnra (c) Ono Llfo lo Llva fl M Mnvlr: flnd Audrey (c) Our (e> (ff. Hi) [c> Cnllnplntj O our met General l Js i. -'0 Mnry lylr I.W (.1 rto'lorn (li Fli X CO Sp'lil Scci -I.JO Elawikricf rasr.wivd 1251 3 Ave. S. the cover sort of sug- ests it. The album u> hard oek, although somewhat flow- presented, as akin to fountain. There arc faults, notably wor choices of chords and vcrusing certain rhythms. But record is always musical, ot degenerating into ravi' noise aj5 hard rock can do. The average listener might Ind Demons and Wizards sat- sfaclory while somewhat bor- ng, but for the hard rock fan it hould Ire very pleasing. UO GRANDE MUD, by Z. TOP, London XPS 612, Z, Z. Top is a three man ;roup from Texas. They play itraight rhythm and blues, and )lay them well. Their music K oud and driving, but with real back roots feel, It's just a short step from the blues he John Lee Hookers Vludcly Waters, Lyrically, too he linages are of a simple easy America (Examples: Chevrolet' or Sure Got Cole After The Rain Z. Z. Top is another group ol southern musicians to emerge 11 the Johnny Winter tradition of playing their own unpretcn .ious yet solid blues variations Tlvei r record should i mpress the rhythm and blues fan. ON RECORD, by APRIL WJNE, Aquarius AQR April can be describe a.s sounding like a heavier ver sion of the Guess Who. The! music .seems more suited to- ward single releases than al nims the songs on the al bum tend to lack enough van ance. But on certain song (eg. Bad Side Of The Moon- released as a 45) they can real ly "get Jt on." If they continu in this form, they could built a strong, radio-oriented career And if you really like their you should like this album. TUUXDEKMUG STRIKES, THUNDERMUG, Axe AXS 502 Four Canadians make Thuruterimig, whose inusi would fall into the Led Zeppc lin category, with the occasioi al lighter cut. Their album not bad, its poor points, ill- sounding Mending of musical styles, and a bit of monotony balanced by original mate- rial and solid production. Thundcrmug is a pretty good group, but the area of rock they are trying to break into i.s already occupied by some outstanding groups (eg. the and they may have difficulty making an impres- sion. is pleased to present direct from Great Falls, Montana and Phoenix, Arizona "Bruce TempEeton" Aug. 14th to Aug. 19th For Your Listening and Dancing Pleasure !N THE LOUNGE Members CIIK! Invitocl GuosU Dali leaves art works lo Spaniards MADIUI) (APJ Surrealist painter Salvador 63, ln- ends Lo leave all his remaining ainlings to the Spanish gov- rnment, the newspaper Ya re- orts. "Everything my wife Gala and I possess we will give to he slate, everything, absc- itey Dai was quoted as saying In an inter- ,'icw at bis summer home oa ,he Cosa Brava. said his major work at he moment is decorating the Dai museum that will open icxt year in his borne town of Figueras. He said he would do- nate all his works to the seum. HADDONFIEI.D, N.J. (Rcu-i ter) Singer Tiny Tun and his wife, Miss Vicky, who sepa- ratej last February, have patched up their differences, Miss Vicky's mother says. Betty Buddinger said Tues- day the falsetto-voiced Tiny Tim and -Miss Vicky, formerly Victoria Buddinger of Had- donfield, ended a three-month separation in May. Tiny Tim, whose real name ts Herbert Khoury, dropped his separation suit, and Miss Vicky discontinued her divorce pro- ceedings. Tho breakup occurred when Tiny Tim was reported to have objected to his v.ife's desire to embark on a modelling career. He also was said to have been unhappy about some revealing photographs of his wife that he found In their apartment. Tiny Tim, 43, and Miss Vicky, 20, were married in De- cember, 1969. They have a (laughter, Tulip, 15 monihs old. LOS ANGELES (Reulsr) Actor John Drew Barrymor Jr., 39, son of the late ado. John Barrympre, was fined in municipal court Tues- day for possession of mari juana. Barrymore was arrested March 10 when police, respond- ing to a silent burglar alarm at a Hollywood stuido, found Bar- rymoro and another man seated at a desk with mari- juana on the desk. Both mer were in the studio with per- mission. Actress dies Italy (Reufer) Teresa Franchini, 95, the las of Italy's great pre-war ac tresses and a teacher of stars such as Sophia Loren, and Gina Lollobrigida, has died. Holiday Inn Restaurant Cheers To A New Account Business luncheons, friend- ly mee rings. Enjoy ihern more over a delicious rneo "Daily Luncheon SPECIALS" NiGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT IN THE "PUB" TAVERN I'AKAMOUNT Short Subjects: 1 Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects: "What's Up Last Complete Show: COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects: Last Complete Show: GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN' "Seven Golden Mon'J: "Billy One Complete Sliow: PHONE 71100 EEN ACRES BY POPULAR REQUEST TONIGHT and TUESDAY "BILLY JACK" IN TECHNICOLOR with TOM LAUGHLIN HIT NO. 2 "SEVEN GOLDEN MEN" with ROSEANNA PODESTA GATES OPEN AT P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN ALL THEATRES COMFORTABLY AIR CONDITIONED RESTRICTED ADULT TONITE ihru WED. at and pm. From the Master oS Shock I A Shocking Masterpiece I ALFRED TECHNiCOLOnf FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT (7 TONITE nnd TUES eil and p.m. ADUIT ENTERTAINMENT Where "WILUBD" TONITE end TUES. at and p.m. begins COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT -CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. 21 FRITZ HOUR HOUR HOUR HOUR Swim 12 i Swim 1 5 HOUR SWIM p.m. Public p.m. Public Swim 1 5 p.m. Public p.m. Public 7-9 Swim 6-6 p.m. Publi: Swim 1 5 n.m. 5 5 8 p 9 Swim 5 5 -5 5 S p.m. 9 9 9 9 9 p.m. Swim 9 F n. friJISWiBiiv ;