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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, January 22, 1973 THE LETHtllDCE HERALD TV HIGHLIGHTS I MONDAY DOCTOR DRAMA: Medical Center, p.m., Ch. 13. Life or deati faced an aiiing high-Hire performer. TRAVEL QUIZ: Going Places, p.m., Ch. 7. A quiz show with a new contestants try for mileage in- Etead of points. Calgary's Barbara Kelly is the hostess. COMEDY: The Partridge Family, s p.m., Ch. 7. Danny and Keith do a litUe growing up when they learn the mean- ing of the word infatuation through a love affair with an woman.'' DRAMA: Circle o[ Fear, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. Six glass jars In a musty trunk each containing an unearthly something waiting to be freed and a terrible mistake is made. CRIME DRAMA: Camion, p.m., Ch. 7. A son tries to squeeze S50.000 out ol his father but his plan backfires when a greedy pal has his own ideas. CRIME DRAMA: Ironside, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Obscene phone calls ami anonymous threats for Officer Fran fielding. RELIGION: Man Alive, Li.m., Ch. 7. ''Showbiz Christianity" is a profile of US., evangelist Rex Humbard. MOVIE COMEDY: "Great Catherine." a.m., Ch. 7. Slapstick and stylish wit in the George Bernard Shaw farce about Catherine the Great. TUESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "The Death of Me 1 p-m., Ch. 13. A TV-movie about a man whose hidden past catches up with him. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program i.n lilted by the radio and Hgvmn rtafiom, Any variation in pma.rem h due to loB- changes by Hie itaiiom and U not Hit rwpon- nhjfity of the Herald er Anglo Ksriburon Stem and Photographic Centra. CHEC VyliV V.cSill ind Es'l: LK v.- MOND4Y tSru Hlrtt'h i: Olvt Ki" Frew r.M Ktc-'fi if CJDC 'id ?Krt Bre-.T Fi-n MDAY NIGHT Km M CB_ News Bj-ry hKl.-J CHEC FM r _ MONDAY thru SAT. -jj-.- ;'.N D Cmci. CBR Radio 1010 Colgcry MONDAY NIGHT F-o- 1---1 N--, R-LT a i.e. ,.7-Lr. c-.-.i car Idea's i.x1. u O-'-sr n-, Sao-! TM Co.-" y "iriy 11 fix DON'T MISS OUR Demonstrator Sale Save Up To 5Q% OFF ON STEREO EQUIPMENT PHOTOGRAPHY EQUIPMENT ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS fleieo attJ fltiolopiapfnc Cent el 419 5th sr-s- PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" !.X r-.-cs-. 3 hp-.v) i-1 '.'t: .si F s x f Ij.'re 1! ro C---'-T li :M H i: ;o aiks-V-1" cf ve >-r KRTV Greot Foils Chonnel 3 (Coblevision Ch 9) NIGHT t 'S SiVt to 0 rt' r.w T.XIJV cl TLT-S f :o T.Alsv In Mrn'anfl News KFBB-TV Greol Foils Channel S (Ciblevision Ch II) MON04Y NIGHT i-Win Army All My'cnildFM I M TUESDAT t-K Trutn or Fflrm Newi u-.vi i .13 Nfwi l-WGenpral HMr'ifll Tr.t M 7'M CSPUIn Onj to LI-., t a S'-ll tliyi M Livi '.Wl 0 ,Vl '1 C 'A 7 Li'' S Kuclieran Turntable topics FACES SEAN' PHILLIPS of Roger Daltry renowned work, and although they (A and M SP Sean (their lead singer) and John Phillips is a Texas-bom coun-; Entv.istle. along with such oth- try pop rock singer-guitar- er luminaries as Ringo Starr. with underscore their record several nice acoustic _ they leave no doubt Uiat age, the several songs he does I rock is their bag. The loud his record is somewhat bland aid rates as a bit above aver- success songs are structured around the (chord changes of their domin- ,Bri !anl guiiar. The overall effect is a t i somewhat of a blend between P tron 1st who has previously released Rod Stewart and Richard Har- i very well show his the albums 'Contribution.' 'Sec- ris. The boxed, two record set.! was not just a fluke. ond Contribution' and 'Collator- produced by Lou Reizner, is a'.ion.' 'Faces' is an anthology beautifully packaged, and in- m a ueiwceu disc, having from early dudes a 30-page book with lyr- i Pie. Black Sabbath and to .Apnt. His earlier ics and excellent lustrations i material is of a pop-rock mold of ihe >'ocalisis as the char- L.ianee. A tnree-ma !-not afraid of experimenta- acters thev olay they consist I tion. Plullips Includes a voice- Unfcrtunatelv! the set can't 2ndL vocals; heat the ori.dna, version. tbs product o' for hard rock fan. il's an average disc. siiar harmony track and a sev- en minute jazz number. His re- This is not to sav it is inferior. I til jjii ic- 11113 13 HUL LU ad1. JL 13 i -n IT- rock tunes >ung Svef To 4 I tlmes adds vocals re- -A WHITER SHADE OF PALE PROCOL HARUM if. discretion, being somewhat; singers sound better with a rock band's to like the music of Leon Russell. The songs are very satisfying, particularly from the recording i a blending, between the rock and production end of the disc, j and symphonic musical styles A and M released the record to (tie idea of a symphony hopefully attract more atten- cessarily tion to the relatively unknown I bard can Phillips. It is hoped that it (several _. _.. succeeds, as 'Faces' is an ex-1 beats the Who's version, reveal- ceuent album wel worth having: ing rock tunes can be as com- as it reveals a very talented and beautiful as many artist. 'classical' works. TOMMY THE LONDON i Tommy here relatively sue SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA cessful, shows what can hap- (Ode SP 99015: 'Tommy1 is the pen when a rock band's tunes VTbo's famed 'rock opera' re- 2re set to a symphonic back leased by torn originally in ground. What is needed now 1969- for a good rock comDoser to Ode Records, in this version, i write a "work expressly "for sym- hsve provided the London i phcny crcbestraticn. If iha phony and tbsir Cnambre Choir could be dcce well, there should to play the music of the album, j no longer be any doubts as to I To do the vocals. dipped j tie greatness of today's mod- inio the Who itself, with Pete ern music. Townshend (who wrote most DON McLEAX fVniied Ar- tis'iE I'AS 5631': A year ago.' I Don McLean was a little-known I prolege of folteinger Pete See-1 ger. Then he recorded a song about, among other things, the death of Buddy Holly, and eaB- ed it 'American Pie.' The work became a classic and sent Me- j Lean to wide stardom. This is his third album, and first since j 'American Pie.' On it. his songs are simple folk-pop influenced ballads, with equally simple ac- companiment. mostly acoustic guitar. McLean's lyrics are very introverted and quite good, but they lack tbe enigmatic qual- ity of his famous effort. Me- j Lean is no doubt hurt slightly 'A ard M SP 43731: Fnis album is rea'Jy the group's first l.p. 'Prccol Harara' freleased on Deram Records in 1957) with Ibeir first single thrown in. The ra _ arrangements are basically sim- sounding like a harsher version I pie, with Brooker's vo- of John Kay presents A documentary profile of the late E. CORA HIND journalist, agriculture expert and rights champion TONIGHT pm CBRiQIO End sameness maies it out :M aaie by today's standards. It recomnieiided only to Vel5h hard rock tno. Although devout Procol Harum fan. Today's Showtimes PAR-AMOUNT "Dealings" Blues" LF.ST Complete Show Afali. S'ot Suitable for Children PARAMOUNT CINEMA With The Ore Complete Show Adult COLLEGE CINEMA "Max" ".Aroused'1 S.M PIERRE BERTON Me backer Journal and the now-defunct To- ronto Telegram. Hoy Ruggles Johnson, a form- er newspaper man in Worcester and Boston, died at Worcester. Mass, at 89. Johnson retired on his STth birthday after serving as a columnist and night editor with the Boston Globe. One of I its highlights was his major scoop on Jan. 22. 1S13. John- son, then 01 Worces- ter Telegram, txoke the story o{ athlete Jim Thorpe's viola- tion of his amateur standing by playing pro baseball. Canadians "are in peril of being indoctrinated" by United Stales and other foreign based news reports because domestic the CBC and SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "LAST OF THE RED HOT 10VEKS" In color. Sisjring Sally Kellerman. Paula Prentiss and Renee Taylor. Mon- day and Tuesday, January Zl and 23. Monday show at p.m. Adult Suitable For Chi'drea. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "SHAFT" In color. Starring Richard Roundtree and Moses Gunn. Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday. Janu- ary 22. 23 and 24. Monday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. by trvinz to improve upon bis Author Pierre Berton said in j The Canadian Prest. do not Toronto Canadians must give fend enough reporters "till it hurts" to help the peo- OT Peter Reilly said in Ottawa, i pie of North and Soum Viet- Mr. ReiDy. a former broad- 1 PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre CAIXDER" In color. Monday. Tuesday Wednesday. January 22, 23 and p.m. Restricted Adult. and Monday show at TABER Tower Theatre "CAfiXAL KNOWLEDGE" In color. Siarring Ann-Mar- gret and Jack Nicholson. Mondsy. TuesdEy and Wednes- day. January 2o and 24. Monday show? at and p.m. Restricted Aduit. i formation.'1 I nam when the war in the two' caster and the newly i countries ends. Conservative MP for Ottawa Mr. Beaton, speaking to a IVesr. said Canadian group of 400 persons who held a ers and broadcasting stations protest candleught march in must set up more bireaus in downtown Toronto, called for a other countries "to build u? our Canadian program of. own independent sources of in-1 ''We must even put a sur- charge on income and pay according to our ability to he said. "This is t h e price of 10 years of imbecility in Vietnam, "If it hadn't been for mas- sive, peaceful protest in the United and ui other coun- tries, peace would be farther away than it is now." Dick Duff, former left winger with several National Hockey League teams, has been ap- pointed school attetidance coun- sellor for the Ki-kland Laie board of education and the Kirkland Laie separate school WILDLIFE 1973 DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. H05ACK Certified Denis! Mechonll Suite 5th Si. S. Ph. 327-7244 Uthbridgi MAN CAN LIVE IN HARMONY WITH NATURE SEE tT BEFORE CIVILIZATION SWEEPS STARTS THURSDAY college cinema ADULTS 52.00 2P1K An. HMYW MzvtSl Dr, 7 AND 9 P.M. SAT. 1 3 5 7 end 9 p.m. SUN. 7 and 9 p.m. SORRY NO PASSES 11 J.I 00 Also coming to FORT MACLEOD PINCHER CREEK TABER CARDSTON COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Children's (6-14 years) Swimming Instruction Program FRITZ SICK POOL At i lie present lime In? re ere vacancies in ihe below listed Registrations 1o fill these vacancies ore rcw being taken at the Friti Sick Pocl during the limes curing reau'cr public hcurs. MONDAYS, JANUARY 15-MARCH 19 1. p.m. fcr Beginner end Swimn'ers J. p.m. for Pre-Beairners, Juniors and 5u: .ival TUESDAYS, JANUARY 16-MARCH 20 1. p.m. for end Seniors WEDNESDAYS, JANUARY 17-MARCH 21 I. p.m. for Pre-Beginncrs Survival FRIDAYS, JANUARY 20-MARCH 23 1. p.rr. Vacancies for Beginners, and Seniors SATURDAYS, JANUARY 20-MARCH 24 1. a.m. for Beainneis and Swimmers 2. p.m. for and Survival 3. for Beginners and Seniors For further informntion, conJoct llir COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT AT 328-2341, LOCAL 356 Du3. was an unsuccessful Liberal candidate for ihe riding of Tlmiskaraing in last year's federal eleciion. Canadian Ambassador T. Delwonh has been included in a list of Indonesis's 10 best- i dressed mea of Foreign j Minister Adam MalLk will pre- sent an-ards to the 10 men. who a.'ai raclude Jakarta eovernor Lt.-Gen. Ali Sadkiin, at a dinner. r Montreal SUIT has an- nounced the appointment of py Jones as editorial car- Mr. Jor.es. a National News- j p.-l'er winnei-. with the Edmonton i COME BACK CHARLESTON BLUE .iTB ors. RESTRICTED ADULT paramount "DEALINGS" with BARBARA HERSHEY Tonigrtf thru Wed. First Show ol p.m. ADULT cinema SA Sl 1 Art. South. 3Z7-5100 TONITE and TUES. One Show at B p.rr.. "GONEWTffl THEWM" RESTRICTED ADULT college cinema Tonite thru Wed. First Show 7 p.m. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT-CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING and SKATING SCHEDULE Jan. Jan. Jon. Jan. Jon. Jan. Jan. 2P FRITZ SICK Hc-r H.-." 12-1 6 r SWIM 1 i Hour 15-1 p.m. b'ic S r S ICE i JO to S r S-iO r f D A .oJ ti fublit PARK F p 5 30 p m, CIVIC J .'0 r 5 r NOTE; There ore ifill in mixcri oriull pn d irrnngr 9 p.m. pfrionj may register on Jnnnciry 73 insirutlion piogrnm m Tupirfoy rvrn-'ngi from nl )hd Friii Sick Pool tinning ol G p m. ;