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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS TUESDAY The Ch. 7. Grandpa Walton believes a shooting star is a sign far him until he learns another superstitious belief may result in the Baldwin sisters losing their famous machine. Comer 7 Ch. 13. Kidnappers make tuff with the bar and Frank and Mae must raise if they want to see it again. of 10 Ch. T. The beginnings of biology are traced through the work of two men Charles Darwjn and Alfred Russell Wallace. Mcrv Griffin. 12 Ch. 13. On lo- cation at the 1973 Cannes Film Festival with numerous guests. WEDNESDAY MOVIE Ch. 13. Dur- ing World Wsr II two captured Italian frogmen refuse to tell the commander of a British warship the location of the mine they have planted on Ms sMp. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minufe changes by the stations and is not res- ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC ir Money McGill end Allan Contemporary Doug Con- temporary Leo Farm Music Sundty Mornings FRIDAY Sports Clark Buryl MONDAY thru News Buryl Clark News Buryl Clark Farm News Cattle Prices News Suryl Clark Clark News Bob HSSketh Chec-IIne 10.03 Lnec Trading Leo Dow John Oliver Firm News 12-JO Sports Grain Prices Call of the Land John Oliver Post Jsck Neufeld Paul News with Bill Rad Bill Sport and Don Farm and Ranch Doug Card TUESDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 John Charles Show World at Six Stan Bailey Show CBC News J'im Elliot 7 50 Wealher and Sports Phone Bill Show Jim Parsons Show Jim Elliot Bruce Bowie Show Summer Show WEDNESDAY Jim Elliot Show Jack Thys Probe 1220 Noon Farm CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY 6 a.m -12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Don Hedman p.m.-l a.m. Dell-O SUNDAYS Overtures 6 a.m -1 p.m. and Encores Overtures and Encores Wtattwr and Sports News ana tirtln Prices Jack Thys 3.05 Slan Bailey Show Proce 1320 Jctin Charles Show World SIX MON. THRU FRI. 6 a.m.-12 nocn Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-O t p.m.-lO p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m.-12 midnight 1-2 p.m. The Gisthaut Hour 2-6 p.m. Don Hedman 4 p.m.-12 midnight end Encores CBR if Radio 1010 Calgury TUESDAY NIGHT Rupert's Land Rock Nations As It Happens Slide WEDNESDAY CBC Tuesday Night warm Up Sports Weatner From the Capitals Five Nights a Week ____ This Country Pick of the Goorn-10.59 Timt Signal Provincial Affairs Radio Noon MarMt Eye Opener Holidays World at 8 Bob Kerr Eye Opener BBC Newt The World at Run News World at Six You Get GUARANTEED CIRCULATION When You Advertise In B The Letfibridge Herald CHINOOK Next Chinook September 4th Deadline August CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER Michigan's one-man band James Heningtorr of Detroit plays up a storm in downtown Victoria's Bastion Square. His car broke down there and he h'oped to raise enough money by performing on the guitar-drum-mouth organ-tambourine to get it repaired and back home. He makes a lot of noise for someone five feet tall TORONTO Werner Hirzel makes a lot of noise for someone barely five feet tall. Mr. Hirzel is a one-man band who spends his days and evenings walking around the Canadian National Exhibition pulling a band on wheels behind him. He plays Tyrolean marches and sounds honks horns and even blows bubbles with his which operates about 25 dif- ferent instruments. He carries an and strapped to his shoes and shoulders is the rest of the two wheels. Every step he takes six or seven different and he says it takes a lot co-ordination to keep in time and actually produce music. The 57-year-old former elec- trician from California was told five years ago he would never walk again because of arthritis. But after several op- erations in his native Switzer- land in which he was given two artificial he now is like brand He began his cue-man band to entertain at parties in Cali- but now entertains all over North America. N.J. A federal investigation possible kickbacks and tax violations in the multi-million-dollar United States record industry may bite even deeper than the payola scandal of the sources say. A grand jury was formed in June to take evidence about al- leged underworld connections and financial mismanagement among executives at Columbia Records. CJOC-TV Channel 7 Ch. TUESDAY NIGHT Avengers Beverley HillbtllltJ Hollywood Squares Wrestling WEDNESDAY Andy Griffith News The Wallons Hollywood Squares Melody Tne of Man News CJOC News Crossfire Pmocchlo News Farm Ed Allen Klahsme Mon Ami Friendly Giant Dress Up Sesame Street Truth or Lets Make a Deal and Nancy Miller Galloping Gourmet Lmcheon Date Take 30 of Night Family Courl Drop In CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 Ch. TUESDAY NIGHT Star TreK News Beat ths Clock The Corner Bar Headline Search Outdoors Unlimited lan Tyson Marcus Welby News News First and Ten Merv Griffin iVEDHBSDAf Thought for Day University of Air Canada A.M. Romper Room Yoga Trouble with Tracy Uncle Bobby Supermarket Pierre Bsrton Summer Scent Family Affair Valiant Eye Set Somerset Anotner World Good Word Anything YMI Can Do Buckshot Star Trek News KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 Ch. TUESDAY Maude Brldqett Loves Bernie The Slranger Hawaii Flve-0 Nftws Tonight Show WEDNESDAY Our World N18HT Salutt Agriculture Today Show Joker's Wild Pyramid Wizard of Odds Hollywood Squares Jeopardy WMrt Garni News Baffled world Tumi News The Doctors Anotfier worU New Match Game Secret Storm Mike Douglas Today In Montana News NBC Nightly News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 Ch. TUESDAY NIGHT Newt News' Truth or Consequences Temperatures Rising Clacs of '63 Marcus We I by News WIONSSDAY Farm News Captain Kangaroo News Audrey Jack LaLannt Young and Restless News Search tor Tomorrow All My Children Let's A Game General HotpltM Lift to Llvt Days of our Lives Dinah's Three en Match Girl In My Split Second BrMy Bunch ENCOURAGE TALENT Rent an instrument for your child Doirt Be Disoppoinled Your Rental Indrumtnt Nowl LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Paramount Theatre Bldg. Phone 328-4380 Finn moves 'tieadquarters RED DEER Nation- al which sells agri- cultural products and dry goods through 17 stores in Western has announced it is moving its headquarters from. to Red Deer. President George Heffelfin- ger said the move was to bring the head office closer to where the company does the bulk of its business. Fifteen staff are to gloved from Winnipeg and oth- ers hired in Red Deer. A ter- i minal warehouse and office fa- i cilities are to be built. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre In color. Starring Sidney Poit- Barbara McNair and Gerald S. O'Loughlin. Tuesday and August 28 and 29. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre OP In color with An All Star Cast. August 28 show at p.m. Restricted Adult. Warning Objectionable Contents. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre In Technicolor. Stan-ing Frankie How- erd. August 28 at p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre In color. Starring Adam Roark. Motor- cycle Action. Tuesday and August 28 and 29. Tuesday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. The alleged wrongdoing sur- faced during an investigation by the U.S. attorney's office in Newark of a heroin ring oper- ating between Canada and New Jersey. One of the ring mem- bers allegedly had dealings with Columbia executives. The grand jury investigation is being handled with rigid se- crecy. But recent courtrorfn manoeuvres and comments by industry indicate it is wide and deep. Among the recent events reported issuance of subpoenas to at least eight ma- jor record Warner Chess Lon- don and Bell. issuance of subpoenas to at least 20 New York City and New Jersey radio many of which specialize in rock-music programming. revelation at a court hearing that Stax Records of a leading soul-music lest in 1971 be- cause of an alleged scheme in which two vice-presidents were involved. indication that at least four assistant U.S. attorneys are devoting full time to the in- vestigation and that a task force of Internal Revenue Serv- ice agents is studying subpoe- naed including per- sonnel files of radio station em- ployees and voluminous files of record-company dealings with distributors and radio stations. seems to be a much more systematic approach than was taken in the 1950s payola inves- an industry observer said. Officials have been playing down one aspect of the the possible links between the organized crime and the rec- ord industry. Todays Showtimes PARAMOUNT Last Complete. Show No Short Subjects Not Suitable for Children 0 CINEMA of Last Complete Show No Short Subjects Adult COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects and Let Last Complete Show Not Suitable for Children GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Who Came to Yard One Complete Show Gates Open Adult Bill Kucheran Turntable topics A Passion Play Jethro Tull The musical evolution of Jethro Tull is easily traced from the stark blues-rock of 1968's This Was to the complex and weighty material of Thick As A Brick. A Passion Play is again further along in the di- rection of tliis change. As with Thick As A the new al- bum is basically one long song although a recited nursery rhyma is interjected into the middle of the sur- realistic lyrics. The instrumen- tation is tight and very inter- seemingly quite in- fluenced by the addition of the dividing the lyrics into spurt-like melodies. The and Anderson's woodwinds dom- with the bass and drums generally al- though Martin Barre performs se I aral classical style guitar solos. In several especial- ly when Anderson uses soprano they strongly resemble the English group Gentle Giant. The album's faults are mostly derived from the fact that it is also used as a stage act and while the recitations and vocal naunces are they distract after repeated playing of a recording. Slimming those who psrferred Tull up to Aqualung may find the album too far those with slightly avante garde tastes should really enjoy it. alis CHR Split Ends The Move The Move were considered one of England's top bands. While their lineup varied through the at their breakup they were a trio com- posed of Roy Wood vo- Jeff Lynne vo- and Bev Be van Lynne and Sevan are now lead- ers of the Electric Light Or- while Wood has form- ed a new Wizzard. While together they produced some memorable rock music the surging strong mel- creative guitar dominating bass lines and Bea- tles-like with Roy Woods frequent addition of an aboe or gave them a very unique sound. This album combines five single releases with seven songs from their last Message From The Country. Anyone who wants a taste of solid rock music should get this album. Artists UAS Foreigner Cat Stevens Cat because of the nature of his folk style has been criticized for giving too similar a per- formance from album to al- bum. On Foreigner be attempts to allieviate this not only dees he have a completely new set of backing but he experiments extensive- ly with brass and while the songs he has composed are more rock them anything else. Certain Stevens trademarks remain the voice and and the crisp instru- mentation and sharp vocal de- livery. But all these changes can be questioned. Except for one excellent The and a few very good the album is of only average quality. and M SP John Entwistle The Who's John Ent- wistle. has a style distinctly his own. On while the other members of the group smash and michro- black clad Entwistle stands quietly to the side. His with melodies domin- ated by a pounding bass offers lyrics that when not about a variety of Ms favorite morbid offers odd in- sights into the world of domes- wmmmmssm tic quarrels and beer drinking. In 1971 he put all these subjects into a solo Smash Your Head Against The Wall DL Entwistle's nasal bass and playing of sev- eral brass instruments compli- mented the other musicians and the album was an ex- cellent production. Whistle Rymes DL his second continued in the same vain. Peter among played on the al- bum which was of the same standards as his first. Entwistle has released a new Rigor Mortis Sets MCA showing another of his loves rock and roll. Almost all of its songs are 12 bar rock and roll variations restriction keeps it from being as entertaining as the first two albums. If you like Ms material with the Who Bo- ris the Cousin Heaven and My then you should enjoy his solo work. Backman Turner Overdrive When he split from the Guess Who in Randy Bachman formed a new Brave Belt. The group was never a big and when it broke Bachman Turner Overdrive was formed from its remnants. Lead by Randy Bachman on lead the band consists of Randy's brothers Tim and Rcb and lead vocalist and bassist C. F. Turner. They stick pretty much to basic rock and with enough variety in the melodies to keep each one fresh. The lead guitar work dominates the and is quite well done. It's a good debut album by perhaps Canada's most promising rock group. Broken Arrows Rabbit Rabbit is the pseudonym of John Bundrick. who last year replaced Andy Fraser and Key- board man for Free. Members of Free and along with several studio join the native who likewise has had extensive studio expe- rience. This experience shows in the well produced wMch is made up of melodic pop-rock songs as well as some faster rock with the arrangements nicely balanced instnanentally. While a rela- tively unknown Bundrick shows considerable poise and maturity in this pleasing al- bum. SMAS Can I Have My Money Back Rafferty In Stealers Wheel's recent hit Stuck In The Middle With the plaintive lead voice belonged to Gsrry Raffery. Shortly after the album was Rafferty quit the only to rejoin liter much coaxing from record company officials. In that brief solo hs cut this album. It lacks the rock and roll spirit that pervades the Stealers Wheel as most of his songs are more oriented wards pop with simple backing al- though some brass is used. While an acceptable It can't be considered up to the standards of the Stealers Wheel Ip. CHLP My Sportin' Life John Kay Rather than the hard rock of his Steppenwolf Kay's al- bum offers a taste of county- influenced lighter rock. The nine songs written by while giving personalized views of life and hard steer clear of the over-sen- timentality that plagues so many albums. On the it's not a bad album. Dunhill DSX U.S. judge to write decision Tex. U.S. District Judge Woodrow Seals said Monday he would write a decision in Texasgulf Corp's suit seeking to block the milh'cn tende- offer by Canada Development Corp. for 10 million shares of Texasgulf common stock. Judge Seals made the an- nouncement after hearing three hours of oral argument by the lawyers in the case. He not say when his decision would be ready. Texasguly filed the suit July the day after the tender of- fer was made public. The suit claims the purchase would make non-U.S. residents major- ity stockholders in violation of Texas incorporation laws. An amended petition later claimed CDC officials conspired with Noranda mines Ltd. to S3- cretly acquire controlling inter- est in Texasguly because of its valuable mine deposits in Can- ada. green acres Miyor Migntfl Dr. CoutB 327-1103 ''THIEF WHO CAME TO In Color RYAN O'NEAL LAST TJMES TONITE In Color JANE FONDA DONALD SUTHERLAND I WEDNESDAY AND THURS. BLACK PRESIDENT THE MAN hWr ttarmtlte ADWT- NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN I SECOND FEATURE legend of Gates Open 8 p.m. One Complete Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children paramount Mi Si It An. South. 527-51M Tonight thru Thurs. At and p.m. IS Timt Mtgtznt JOSEmtlHIt BESWIS MM UX RF HUP FUG lltt THE RULING CLASS HCOIOR MJIVCOBMUIlaTMUUt ADULT ENTERTAINMENT paramount cinema TONIGHT and WED. AT 930 P.M. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Colltfll Shopping Mdl college cinema Am. ft Mover Mniralh Dr.. NOW SHOWING at p.m. _ .IAN FLEMING'S I LIVE AND LETDIE ;