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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-11,Lethbridge, Alberta e —THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD — Friday^ Jknuary 11, 1974 Turntable topics Beatles individual albums popular TV highlights By BILL KUCHERAN John, Paul and Ringo It’s been almost 10 years since the Beatles first arrived in North America. Things have never Deen the same since, and in spite of the fact it’s over three years since they disbanded, their solo works still command great interest- this was especially true of their three latest individual albums. The most attention hns centered on Ringo Starr’s Ringo (Apple SWAL 3413). For the first time since the breakup, all four Beatles are on the same record (although they are not together on the same song). The record reflects Ringo’s easygoing style, from fast boogie*style rockers to catchy pop tunes. It’s a solid, pleasing record. After an inferior album (Sometime In New York City). John Lennon has bounced back with a good record in Mmd Games (Apple SW-3414) With his usual flair of the 300 SUNGLASSES to choose from AVAILABLE IN YOUR RX avante-garde and his dedication to ‘message’ lyrics (often for Yoko), Lennon displays both solid rock and roll and smooth lighter material. The lack of a tight backing group (Lennon used studio musicians, and appeared to record the record quickly) is the album’s only real fault. Perhaps the best record among these is Band on the Run (Apple SO-3415) by Paul McCartney. Kis Wings group now consists of himself, wife Linda and guitarist I^nny Lame, as drummer Seiwell and guitarist McCullough left the group after a rumored row The smaller lineup helps McCartney as he combines his melodic ideas with solid rock rhythms, keeping generally crisp instrumentation. It is a fine album for Wings, who in-ctdently share the album cover with the Zoo Gang television actors, for whom they are writting their theme music. « « * Quadrophenia—The Who The originators of the rockopera again have produced a two-record, semi-theatrical set Completely written by Pete Townshend, Quad-raphenia (a pun on schizophrenia) is a probing into the life of a typical youthful member of the Mod cult — a youth culture that between 1963 and 1966 had many of England’s teens following the irends of flashy clothes, gaudy motor scooters, p«» pills, and rock groups (including the then new Who). The songs don’t follow a story line to the same extent as Tommy, but a 40 page booklet of photographs and a several paragraph confession reveals the situation as it involves the youthful protagonist The total effect is to give a perceptive insight into the central character’s emotions, and at the same time reveal the motivations of those who embraced the Mod cult. Musically, the material is elemental in style, with much of it strong hard rock easily adaptable to live performances As usual, the group’s members, particularly drummer Moon, perform admirably. The music alone may NOTICE Sanitary Landfill - Scale Oparation The City of Lethbridge will commence scale operations at the Sanitary Landfill January 24th, 1974, after which time ail refuse received at the Landfill will be weighed and subject to fee as established In By-Law 3188. Domestic Residents will be assessed Ten Cents ($0.10) per Sixty (60) pounds or portion thereof on loads in excess of Two Hundred (200) pounds. Commercial and Contractual Haulers shall register at the City of Lethbridge Engineering Department prior to 4:30 p.m., January 18th, 1974. Commercial and Non-Resident rate schedules are available at the Engineering Department. ii THE FUTURE IS NOW” - -if INTERNATIONAL BIG BROTHER’S WEEK JANUARY 6-12,1974 BIG BROTHERS NEED BIG BROTHERS 500 Boys in Lethbridge and District Need a Friend Now! JOIN BIG BROTHER’S ASSOCIATION '    (Uthbridge Md District) New Members Urcently Needed — Both Men and Women FOR MORE INFORMATION PHONE 327-1700 OR WRITE P.O. BOX M4 LETHBRIDGE This advertiMmtnl in attittanc« of Big BrMlMr WmK tpontorad t>y: •    Anglo Distributors • Automatic Electric • College Mercury •    Canadian Western Natural Gas • Hurlburt Auction • Sven Erlci«-son’s Restaurant • Valley Feeders • The Lethbridge Herald •    Pacl(ard Medical Supplies • Pahuije Construction • Macleod’s Family Shopping Centre • Eaton’s Lethbridge • Zetiers County Fair • Time Airways • Art Williams Agencies • Centre Village Mall Merchants Association * Stubbs Pharmacy. songs from his days with Family, Blind Faith and Traffic, along with session work with such artists as Gram Parsons, makes it clear he is a very talented musician. (RSO Records 23M 111) Can You Feel It — Lighthouse The nine members of Lighthouse, on the record, which is mainly straight rock ‘ ‘    azz influences, ngs and horns not be the group's best, but, taken as a whole, the set demonstrates that Townshend and the Who are master Ulents (Track MCA2-10004) ■ « « Brain Salad Surgery — Emerson, Lake and Palmer Emerson, Lake and Palmer are a group In a rut. After a brilliant first album, the main ingredients of their music — Emerson's flashy keyboard displays, their extensive use of synthasizer, their distinctive melodies and lyrics — bccame more standardized on each album. The new record is no different, and on top of this the general quality of the music, lyrics and production IS inferior. For those who enjoy the style of music, a much better record is Photos of Ghost (Manticore MC66668) by an Italian group called Premiata Fomeria Marconi (PFM). On all but one cut their lyrics are in English, written by lyricist Pete Sinfield. They adopt many different musical idioms "'rock, electronics, baroque, classical — into a mesh which often features short, one to two-minute segments in each melodic style. Vocally and instrumentally (they include flute, guitar, violin and keyboards) they give a well polished performance. (Manticore MD66669) * * • The Last Five Years—Rick Grech While he has been a musical companion of such stars as Clapton, Windwood and Baker, bassist Rick Grech (he also sings and plays violin) has never received as much recognition This is a shame, as the record, a collection of with pop and fuse their str: with their electric instrumentation into a smooth blend. Their polish vocally and instrumentally demonstrates they are a top-notch group, easily one of Canada’s best. (GRT Records 9230-1039) U.F.O.—Ron Davies If you’ve heard long John Baldry or David Bowie’s version of a song entitled It Ain’t Easy, then you’ve heard the work of Ron Davies. He includes this song on his album, which is a mixture of choppy, soul-gospel material and quiet, pop cuts. His John Fogerty - sounding voice and slide and acoustic guitar style suit the material well, and qualify the record as a good one. (A&M SP4400) Columbia Records — Canadian Artists Columbia, like some of the other record companies, has begun to increase its number of Canadian artists. On their True North label is Bruce Cockburn’s new l.p. Night Vision (TN 11). Cockburn tastefully combines foUc, rock and blues into a relaxing, unpretentious mixture. Highlighted by several acoustic guitar-instrumental cuts, Ni^ht Vision is a fine record. While not as accomplished as Cockburn, fellow True North artist Murray McLaughlan on his Dylan-styled Day to Day Dust (TN-14) has produced an enjoyable record. On the Columbia, label, Zylan, an Eastem-Canadian nine-man group has put out a solid l.p. in Rainbows, Dreams and Frantasies (ES-90235). The group includes four horn players and a powerfully voiced female lead singer, and together their treatment of their rock-jazz-blues forms is excellent. Country-rock fans would enjoy Bearfoot (ES-90134) whose country-tainted electric rock songs are quite well done. Rounding out the Columbia lineup are two albums; Roger Rodier’s Upon Velveatur (ES-90095) a pleasant record by the smootii voiced singer who offers some good folk-rock material, and Goodbye Mama (ES-90247) by Dave Nichol, which features the folksinger’s orchestrally-backed songs. Generally, while the quality of these records varies somewhat, they are all solid and professional ~ a good sign for Canadian music. FRIDAY MOVIE DRAMA: “HawaJI", 6:30 p.m.. Ch. ». One jurt of James A. Michener’s novel and deals with the clash of cultures between New England missionaries and the island people they came to Christianize. NOTE: Canadian viewers are reminded that U.S. programs are one hour earlier than listed due to Daylight Saving Time in the U.S. COMEDY: Sanfonl and Son, S:30 p.m., Ch. 13. Fred and his friends turn into legal wizards to exonerate Lamcait from an unfair traffic citation. CRIME DRAMA: Tenaily, 7 p.m.. Ch. 13. Tonight’s episode is "The Cash and Carry Caper". COMEDY: M*A*S*H, 8:30 p.m.. Ch. T. When Hawkeye wants to requisition a pair of boots he must play musical chairs with the supply sergeant and the army dentist. INTERVIEW: Personal View, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. A fascinating portrait of the internationally famous director, actor, author and raccKiteur — Peter Ustinov. MOVIE DRAMA: "Battle of the Bulge”, 12 midnight. Ch. 7. Actor to wed co-star in movie HOLLYWOOD (Reuter) -Actor Richard Harris, 40, announced Wednesday plans to marry Anne Türkei, the young actress he met while they were co-starring in his latest film, 99-44-100-Per-Cent Dead. It is the second marriage for the Irish-born actor whose former wife, Elizabeth Rees-Williams, is married to actor Rex Harrison. Miss Türkei, described, by her agent as in her early 30s, is the daughter of a New York manufacturer. The two will be married at a small private ceremony attended by relatives and friends in New York city in April and will honeymoon in the Bahamas where Harris has a house. PARIS (Reuter) — Soviet cellist Mstislav Rostropovich played with two other world-famous musicians, pianist Wilhelm Kempff and violinist Yehudi Menuhin, in a concert Wednesday night to mark the Film director on trial for 25th anniversary of the International Music Council. A spokesman for the Salle Pleyel, where the concert was held, said: "We sold every one of the 2,400 seats and had to turn 200 other people away." At the concert, arranged by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), they played Beethoven’s Archduke Trio. Rostropovich, who had not played in the West since giving a concert in Paris in March, 1972, played Bach’s Fifth Suite at a recital in UNESCO headquarters here The cellist, who is thought to have had difficulty in arranging foreign concerts because of his friendship with Nobel Literature Prize winner Andrei Solzhenitsyn, is due to fly to London for a concert appearance there. He visited painter Marc Chagall in southern France Monday and accompanied him to the museum In Nice dedicated to Chagall’s works. Funeral for radio personality PARIS (Reuter) — French film director JeanClaude Dague, a specialist in gangster films, went on trial today charged with robbing seven banks to help finance his latest screen shootout. Dague, 37, was arrested two years ago after a bank clerk foiled one of his alleged holdups. ilice said Dague tum- ed in to real-life robberies because he did not have money to produce a film. The holdups yielded an average of 10,000 francs ($2,500), police said. All took place at small banks the Paris suburbs. KXJiiskmd/ RIDING HIGH. Ballooning is a mixture of the poetry of flight, and the unpredictable dangers of reality, cays writer Dick Brown In Weekend Magazine this Saturday. Don’t miss the article on ballooning, including full-color photos of the World Hot Air Balloon Championships in Albuquerque, New Mexico. In your Lvthbrldga Harald WMkMid Magazin* DUNLOP FORD’S SELL-OUT Exhibition Pavilion January 23rd to 26th APPOiKIMEXTS TO VARIOUS COMMTTEES Vacancies occur occasionally on City Boards, Connmissions and Connnnittees as a result of appointments explrlnfl, resignations and of a By-Law which does not allow a person to be re-appointed on a Committee that they have served on for the preceding six consecutive years. This will be the case in the Community Services Advisory Committee, Interested persons wishing to participate in civic affairs by serving on this Committee are Invited to write to the City Clerk, giving a short resume of themselves, For further information please call the City Clerk's office at 326-2341. JOHN QERLA City Clerk 8ift Piekil nit Bmm Ap^vili This movie chronicles Hitler’s last major offensive. DOUBLE MOVIES: It mtdBtgkt and 1:M a.m., Ch. 13. Tlie first feature is “1116 Mummy’s Ghost’’ attd the second is “She-Wolf of London”. SATURDAY SPORT: BMHketball, It BOOM, Ch. ?. Past-paced basketball' action at the National Invitational Basketball Festival from Halifax, N.S. SPORT: Football, 12 noon, Ch. 9. 'Die Senior Bowl from Montgomery, Ala. NOTE: Time for Canadian viewers is one hour earlier. SPORT; Wide World of Sports, 4:30 p.m.. Ch. 13. Wrist-wrestling, Hawaiian surfing championships and ski jumping in Austria. PEPSI COLA’S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Program* are tiated by the Hadio and Televison Stations, Any vBriadon in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by Ihe slaliona and is not Ihc responsibility at The Lethbridge Herald SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -Ira Blue, the flamboyant radio talk show personality who claimed "a half million people either adore me or can’t stand me,” is dead at age 64. Blue died at St. Francis Memorial Hospital here Tuesday after a long illness. Funeral services were held Thursday. Blue often turned his raspy, booming voice on hapless callers, much to the delight of listeners. “Turn down your radio, you idiot,” he would tell a caller, whose radio was causing background noise problems for Blue’s broadcast. Blue was heard first on radio before the Second World War as a bridge tournament commentator. Before becoming a talk show host, he spent 27 years at radio stations in Mexico, Hollywood and here. AGT service at Calgary CALGARY (CP) - Alberta Government Telephones will be basing Its operation of selling and leasing terminal computer systems and business data communication equipment in Calgary, says Roy Farran, minister of telephones and utilities. He said in an interview that AGT will form a new division, to be called Al-Tel-Data. AGT’s computer servicmg operation will remain in Edmonton FOUND IN THE NORTH Poplar trees are fast-growmg. short-lived trees characteristic of the north temperate zone FRtOAV 3 00 Jack Neufeld 5 00 News 7 00 Paul Tessier 12 00 Roy Rennik FRIDAY NIGHT 5 00 Probe 1220 5 25 Sports 5 40 Market Place 5    50 Local News 6    00 World At Six 6 35 Jim Parsons Show a 00 John Charles 12 30 Kevin McKenna Show CHRC -k SATURDAV 6    00 Buryi Clarke 12 00 John Oliver 12 30 News e 00 Paul Tessier 12 00 Roy Rennick CJOC * SATURDAY eOO News e 05 Jack Thys 7    30 News, Wlhr, Sports 10 05 Qord Whitehead 12 00 News 3 00 John Charles S 1S Soccer Results S 40 Sports S53 News CHrÿM 100.9 MONDAY Ihru FRtDAY 6 a m -12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 6 p m -10 p m Don Hedman 10 pm -12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) SATURDAY 6 a m -12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p m and Encores ★ FniOAV NiaHT World at Six As It Happens Between Ourselves Music Wes! News, Sport, Wthr From the Capitals Five nighls a Week My Word News Mator Progression SATURDAY Sounds Uke Saturday 6 00 6 30 9 03 9-00 10 00 10 10 10 15 10    30 11    00 11 03 6 03 Don Hedrnan 6 p m -1 a m Defl-O SUNDAYS 6 a m -1 am Oell-0 6 a m -1 pm Concerts. Overtures an(j Encores (Bob Concie) 1-2    pm The Gaslhaus (Qerman Program) 2-6    p m Don Hedman 6pm -12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Sob Concie) CBS * a 00 News 8    45 Notice Board 9    00 News 9 to The Glums 9 30 Family Favorites 10 03 The Country in ' the Morning (Pt 1) 10 59 Time Signal 12 03 Our Native Land$ 1    03 Native Voice ot Alberla 2    03 Meiropoiilan Operas 6 10 Symphony Hal! Pictured above 16 JOYCE LENDRUM busily treating the kids to free “PEPSI" during the "SCHOOL SAFETY PATROLS” annual party held December 14th, at the Henderson Ice Centre. "Pepsi" is pleased to treat these kids who do such a great job. CJOC.TV Chann«! 7 (CaMvvtolon Ch. 6) FRIDAY 5 00 Hollywood Squares 5    30 CJOC News 6    00 Sno Power 6    30 Hollywood Squares 7    00 Mannix 8    00 All In The Family 8    30 MASH 9    00 Tommy Hunter 10    OO Flip Wilson 11    00 News 11    20 PM 12    00 Movie Battle Ot the Bulge 'SATURDAY 8    30 Pinnochio 9    00 Uncle Bobby 9 30 Jeannie 10    00 Fiintstones 11    OO Yogi s Gang 11    30 Goober and the Qhost Chasers 12    00 College Basketball 2    00 Wrestling 3    OO Safety Round Up 3    30 Claire Olsen 4    00 Curling Championship 5    00 Bugs Bunny CPCN-TV lAthbrldff* ChMin*l 13 (C*lil«vl«len Ch. 4^ SATURDAY FRIDAY 4    30 Mod Squad 5    30 Ooclor In the House 5    55 News 6    30 Sanlord & Son 7    00 Starlost a 00 Movie Tenaily 8    30 On the Buses 9    00 Ryan's Fancy B 30 Sma a Good Song 10    00 Personal View Peter Ustnov 1100 News 11    20 News 12    00 Double Bill 1    Mummy s Ghost 2    She Won o( London a 25 Thought for Day 8    30 University ol the Air 9    00 Family Allair 9 30 Archie Show 10 00 Buckshot 10    30 waterville Gang 11    00 Puppet People 11    30 Famastita 12    00 YOU fleBliy Can 12 30 Nuls N Bolts 'N Things 1 00 Outdoor Sportsman 1    30 Sports Digest 2    00 Wrestling 3    00 Holler Dertiy 4    00 Animal World 4 30 Wide World of Sports 6 00 News KRTV Qr*at Falls Chaniwl 3 (CaMavlalen Ch. «) FRIDAY i30 Hee Haw 5 30 Movie Hawaii fl 00 Flip Wilson 9 00 News 9 30 Tonight Show SATURDAY 5    00 CGF Telecourso 6    00 Scooby Doo 7    00 My Favorite Marlian 7    30 Jeannie 8    00 Speed Buggy 3    30 Josie and Pussycats 9    30 Fat Albert KPBtt Oiwat Falhi FRIDAY 5 00 News S 30 Trulh or Consequences ft 00 Brady Bunch f. 30 Odd Couple 7 00 Room 232 7 30 Love Amcrican Style 9 00 News 9 30 Movie Duel of the Titans SATUROAV 4    S5 News 5    00 Bugs Runny 5 30 Yogi's 6»ng 10 00 Flintstones 10    30 Baileys Comets - 11    00 Reach Out 11    30 Pmk Panther 12    00 Inch tiigh 12 30 Adams Family 1 00 Emergency Plus 4 1    30 Butch Cassidy 2    00 Star TroU 2    30 Jetsons 3    00 Lassie 3    30 News 4    00 Barnaby Jones 5    00 Lawrence Weik S (CaMavMon Ch 6    00 Super Friends 7    00 Lassies Rescue Rangers 7 30 Gootier and the Ghost Chasers e 00 Brady Kids e 30 Mission Magic 9 00 A8C Movk* 10    00 American Bandstand 11    00 T B A 11 30 Pro Bowlers Tour 2    00 Wide World ot Sports 3    30 Reasoner fleport 4    00 Star Trek 5    00 Sonny and Cher ;