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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TV HIGHLIGHTS Bill Kuclierctn Turntable topics TU'K.SIJAY ADVKNTUKE: 8 p.m., Ch. 13. A clairvoyant hoWs Ihe key to a missing agent sct-n tracking a counter- i feit A repeat. VAHIF.TY: Flip Wilson, p.m., Qi. 7. Pctula Clark, Foxx arid country singer Roy Clark are guests in this repeat SPORT: See and Ski, a p.m., Ch. 13. Sj'lvain Souden faces the Elger Glac'er in Kv.itztrlar.d. IJKBATK: Tuesday 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Feminist au- thor Ucrmaine Greer and U.S. oorcervalive William F. Buckley cltsh in a verbal duel at a Cambridge Students' Union debate on women's Liberation. DOCTOR DRAMA: Marcus Wflby, MD, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. A moving love story explores the world of the physically handicapped. A repeat. MOVIE WESTERN: "Dragoon Wells a.m., Ch. 7. A group of people attempt cross Apache territory. WEDNESDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "The Great Missouri I p.m., Ch. 13. Frank and Jesse James ride again. r- BIRTHDAY no', quite as gvxi as aver- produced and very' writ-] leave a description of a coW. I'NSHEMJ A N IJ' age Who relfcw.e. of the ten Uaoa religious personage who died in who i.r. regarded by his followers as literally the per- sonification o[ God. These fol- lowers include the Who's Pete Townshend. In 1V70 Tov.-nshend and some other follov.ers re- leased an album-book package, 'Happy Birthday.' It includes! five fov-nshend a song by Ronnie Lane of the Faces, z weird poem, an excellent elec-; neW, but for modtrn folk music it's not bad. THE RAIN BOOK, RKVKK For the Who fan, the rwwd i Town Country was the M.-C-J A M SP 43C9 proves entertaining. f o r ond Humble Pie album. It may] ANGLO'S Mio TV Rer'w one of the smoothest voltes ol the female vwaiiiis any TV.vnshcn'] freaks or IVjse surprise some 'Pie (sjis, as it is in Meher t'-c relatively fculxlued. It is a blend other records v.oul'J tx: worth of acoustic country music' (with, fine vocal work) and me-! music today, it is the m'rJi diurn veigW. electric rock, 9ne' pleasing aspect of her album, can bear the hard rock guitar a rock rnix'.uie. Ste is NICK getting. 1. 'NICE? TIIK 'DAFFODIL. SBA VffA 2. DCDEN's NVT O 0 N F, riffs, but they are kept quit'. FLAKK SMAI.I, FACES and subtle. It stands up as 'DAFFODIL SBA quite a successful offering. 3. TOWN' AND HEADS OSIBISA HUMBLE PIE 'DAFFODIL' 'DECCA DL 7-53W) SBA OsibLsa are probably the most These three records were ori. I honest Afro-American rock tronic tune, and ginally relca-ed in England in group. Their members include rendition of Cole Porter's 'Be-! the late sixties by Immediate both Airicans and Amer i c a n gin The Ecguine.' Baba's favor- liecords, and have recently b 1 a ck s. and their music re-: mewhat limited by recording her (r-'.n songs, as some don't stand up over the whole album. But she does show great and those who -.vo-jld like to hetr a female pop sing- er of some ability would enjoy the album. ite song. Tne 20-page maga- btcn released in America. fleets this. Combining African Seize weapons ere listed by fhi radio and televiiion fntion. Any voiiofion in prajnom ii diw to km- mmirte chnngcf by jfotieiu anil if not mean- ribitey of the er Anglo OMrilmton and FhotograpWe CeOrd-f zine. containing essays and1 1. '.Nice1 was the third instruments, rhythms and voc- poerns by Baba lovers', is also from organist Kje'h Emerson's j als with Western melodies and well done. original ciso hsd i they looEely Earlier this yesr, Tovrmhcnd Lee en drjrn- mix, rather than rnelt dov.Ti, azain produced an album for j mer Brian Davic'son. Emerson I their music which ranges from rjjie3 jjid pistols, three grenade Baba, 't A.m.' Included in it; dominate; the record, altbouah Africal tribal styles lo more launchers. S5 machine guns. HOME 'Reuter; Po'he rave si'zsd a cannon, was a 50-page vrit-j his jazz-like playing is less ex- prtrdominanently fine jazz, with thar. bom'- ro Town-: perienced and fiashy than i! is soul and evident. Al- m a national p CHEC i-d Ls-j F ---i tJ CJOC Pa3 V.TIr, BM D-J- F !-3 ?i-c- TUESDAY NIGHT Ei Vii'i .VfVr.ir e-.i e ro er 5-5 ip-.-'s Orein J--'.-. Fr.ars Frksj KK'S-I J'" l.i-i- F r-, 41 CHEC FM V.---.. W.CW. THRU St7. s ten by the followers. Two TI shend songs ere on the disc 'includin? a nine minute, in- rtramcnui 'Baba O'Rihy'.i. There are also five too rook EoriES bv musician.? v.t.o in- clude Billy Mcbolh. H a n Y MLndlin, Dave Hastilov.- a n ri Caleb Quaye. These albums can onlv Ixj obtained from Mfiher Baba Information, 1101, Berkeley. California, for V, Art. DAILY 2 P.M. V.UKLRSf mrei FAMILY KIDS 75c ANYTIME NOW SHOWING p.m. DiANA ROSS K BKJJE m HOLIDAY DIANA ROSS, Formerly one of the should be on Academy Contender for her role cs "Billie Holiday" NOW SHOWING Al ond p.m. "A smashing mystery, loaded with comedy and fun...great Suitable for Children WHO DID rr? Man's best trend... or a man? their masters STARRING JAMES GARNER KATHERINE ROSS CJOC-TV Channel 7 {Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY MIGHT Ji.Os V-V.'t r- X.. T-.'ii s x, .jfte. rt rtr -S.', C i 9 V, J F iiicr.'i r.15 C.'X; V. 'I rit'ers i Ji Ir, CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channef 13 (Cablevision Ch, 4) MIGHT WEDNESDi liiM E'.Cr-.ird J V> J y, TONIGHT The 4 ICs J 'cl Vj i X y. Y'-J KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIGHT n 'I'-''l t-f SHrrn re, i Farr. Vj r. '_-i' He, e is i: :i i :-5 KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 {Cablevision Ch, 11) TUESDAY WIGHT WEDNESDAY 13 FJ4 1 "J 0' Vt t, P! 7- C t ffi 1 :r.ifd ?.CO EL HOLIDAY SCHEDULE CHRISTMAS EVE Dec. 24th AT THE MINERS' 733 13th ST. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY! 4 Coffee Shop Open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Frontier Dining Room Op3n 4 p.m. to 3 p.m. CHRISTMAS DAY Dec. 25th A. A. Coffee Shop Open 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Frontier Dfnfng Room Closed NEW YEAR'S EVE Dec. 31st Coffee Shop Open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. n Frontier Dining Room Open 4 p.m. to 1 n n SPECIAL NEW YEAR'S EVE CABARET 10 P.M. TO 2 A.M. Admission charga S3.00 per person t LABOR j CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT NEW YEAR'S DAY Jan. 1st j Coffee Shop Open 10 a.m. to p.m. {j frontier Dining Room Open 4 p m. to 9 p.m. Aztec lounge Open 4 p.m. to 12 Midniie Outsider to 12 midnite TONITE, BOXING DAY, DEC. 26 A "ANYTHING GOES" r Memberi ond their invited guests COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CfTY OF LETHBRIDGE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS ACTIVITY PROGRAM CHILDREN'S FREE RECREATIONAL HOCKEY CIVIC ICE CENTRE: noon) Deterr.ber 27, 1972 Thursday, December 28, 1972 Friccy, December 29, 1972 CIVIC ICE CENTRE: nocn) December 27, 1972 Tnrusday, December 2S( 3972. HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE: Sjndoy, December 1972 p.m.) Sjndsy, Decsmber 31, 1972 p.m.; Cecembsr 23, 1972 (9.00 c.rr.. Friday, December 29, 1572 r.ccn) SCHOOLS CALBRAITH, GILBERT PATERSON, ond ST. PATRICK'S Recreational Basketball Volleyball, etc. (FREE) a.m. to p.m.) V.'edrfsdsy. December 27. 1972 7riL.--sdcy, December 23, 1972 SIR ALEXANDER GALT MUSEUM p.m. to p.m. Tuesday, Dc-cerrber 26, 1972; Wscfresday, Decem- Trr.ridcy, Decerrber 28, 1972 bf. NOTf Piec! e refer to Pubifc Swimming SVofina Schedult in ihe Entertainment poae each ond Thursday pertoiruna to tVie schedule of tirrrs far Free Pubjic Skarirg end Swimminc at City Facilities during tKe CKnilmai Ho'idoyi. CJOC proudly presents in person 0113 of Canada's most oxciting groups from Mambergh, Germany and now from Vancouver AND THE HANS STAMER BAWD PLUS FROM VANCOUVER "SHAGNASTY" Concert and dance combination. Saturday, December 30th 9 p.m. Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion All tickets at the door. ;