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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 0 _ THI IITHBRIDGI HERALD July 1973 Zeller s I SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE Merchandise on Sale Thurs., fri.r Sat.f July 19, 20, 21. LOOK FOR MANY UNADVERTISED SPECIALS DELUXE position. SPECIAf SUN COT 15.88 CAMP COT duty canvas. on coil spring. SPECIAL 9.88 CAMP COT -Three position. -Metal frame. SPECIAL 7.66 SPECIAL TENT CLEARANCE '3 Off ZELCO -LANCER GAS LAWN MOWER 5988 wW'Ow -Reg. SPECIAL DELUXE LOUNGE colors. -Reg. SPECIAL speed. grill. SPECIAL SWIM POOLS -Reg. SPECIAL 7 DELUXE 5-PIECE LAWN ENSEMBLE -Two only. -Reg. SPECIAL wmmm ELECTRIC LAWN MOWER -Reg. SPECIAL 49.88 DELUXE LAWN CHAIR -Reg. SPECIAL 497 speed. SPECIAL 20" FAN 14. SLEEPING BAG SLEEPING BAG -26 x duty acetate. SPECIAL 6.96 -3-lb. wool fill. SPECIAL 444 COLEMAN JUG COLEMAN COOLER or. size. SPECIAL 4.66 quart capacity. SPECIAL 1936 ZELLERS 24" FOLDING BARBECUE SPECIAL 6 COLEMAN COOLER JUG -480 oz. -Reg. SPECIAL 9.97 SMOKER WAGON BARBECUE -Motorized SPECIAL LawaawBB 24.96 Bucket and Glass Set 3.96 -4 glasws. SPECIAL TRANSPARENT x GARDEN HOSE SPECIAL DANDELION RAKE -26 teeth. 5' hondU. SPECIAL 347 7-PIECE FRONTIER COOKWARE SET SPECIAL 5.96 CHARCOAL -10 Ib. bag. SPECIAL 76' GARDEN HOSE x 5V. SPECIAL 122 OSCILLATING SPRINKLER 2250 sq.ft. SPECIAL 357 100 FOOT EXTENSION CORD -for lawn and other outdoor SPECIAL w 7.97 BOYS' AND GIRLS' HI-RISE BICYCLE -20" frame. SPECIAL 36.96 ELECTRIC BARBECUE FIRE STARTER SPECIAL 222 BRADFORD BRONCO TRAILER SPECIAL 's County Pair fv located in Zellen Shopping Centre on Mayor Magroth Drive. Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171. wmmmmmsm BUI Kucheran Turntable topics The Spooky Tooth line-up con- sists of Mike Harrison, Gary' Wright, Mick Jones, Bryscn Graham and Chris Stewart. The aJbum alternates between hard rock (with the typical repetitive bass line) to Gary Wright's slower gospel-influenced cuts. The well-written songs and good vocals and instrumenta- tion mark this as a fairly good record. A and M SP-4385 Uriah Keep live. Uriah Keep The British rockers are cap- tured on this record in a con- cert at Birmingham, England. Their hard rock style, domin- ated by vocals, organ and gui- tar, is fairly simple on tbar studio, records, and hence var- ies little live. The record is av- erage, more likely to appeal to Uriah Heep fans. Incidentally, Uriah Heep organist and guitar- ist Ken Hensley has recently released an album 'Proud Words On A Dusty Shelf' (Mercury SRM 1 It offers, in addition to several hard rock cuts, more subdued and melo- dic material then the group per- forms. It comes off as quite a good record, even better than much of Uriah Heep's mater- ial. Mercury SRM 2 7703 Boogieman Gonna Get Ya, Cat- fish Hodge Can a white man sing black man's music? The debate has gone on, mostly over blues, for a long time. To those who say he can, Catfish Hodge is aa example. He uses several styles: from brass-laden Mo- town to honky-tonk to 'talking blues.' His deep, throaty voice strongly resembles that of such soul stars as Curtis Mayfield or Billy Preston, and Ms musici- ans offer extremely solid back- ing. Limited more towards a soup-type audience, it is quite an enjoyable record. Eastbound KB 9004 With Pleasure, Fraser and de- Bolt Canada, through the years, has produced some solid folk performers for example the Travellers of the fifties, and Gordon Ligbtfoot of the sixties. The seventies may well feature the duo of Alan Fraser and Daisy deficit 'With Pleasure' offers their distinctive vocal harmonies set to tunes that are basically folk (at times re- sembling Ian and but noticeably influence by other styles they use saxes and flutes on several songs. White the album drags in places, it is a fine collection of modern and original folk material. Columbia KG 32130 Thirty seconds Over Winter land, Jefferson Airplane 'Airplane' fanatics might like this live album, but it's doubt- ful that anyone else will The overly loud, poorly-mixed set marked by unexiting and slop- py instrumentation and very poor vocals, leaves little good to be said for the group. Grunt BFL1-0147 Pemndcan Stash, Christopher Kearney Christopher Kearney's music, played with simple electric in- strumentation, falls into the country-light rock class. Unfor- tunately, the lyrics are too sen- timental and the songs too bland for the album to nuke any real impression. Capitol ST 6392 Lawyers plan appeal WASHINGTON f AP) Law- yers for W. A. Tony Boyle plan an appeal to tbe U-S. Su- jreme Court to keep tbe former lead of the United Mine Cork- ers UMW out of jafl for flfegs contributing union funos to political campaigns. RK appeal represents the ast hope of freedom for Boyle, ose conviction last year was upbeld Monday Iff a tSree- ludge federal appeals conrt "I'm very disappointed, said ils lawyer, Plato Cacberis. Boyle conid not be reached or comment. Boyle has been free on 000 bond since be was sentenc- ed in Jane 1972 to five years in prison and fined for mlanfully contributing n union money to political can- Mates. DIETRICH DENTURE CUNrC ROSS A. MOSACK 904 fth St. ML 327-7244 WEST COAST SEAFOODS TRUCKLOAD SALE OF FRESH FISH AND SEAFOODS WILL BE HELD FORT WHOOP-UP SERVICE THURS., JULY 19 and FRI., JULY 20 from 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. WHOOP-UP ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS Thursday, Friday and Saturday "PHIL LETHBRIDGE" "Members and Their Invited Guests" ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 15th GAME JACKPOT IN 54 NOS. in 55 NOS. in 56 NOS. If no bingo called after 56 numbers we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT IN 49 NOS. NO ONE UNDER 14> YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS end INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Whoop-Up Entertainment' FOR ELKS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY WEDNESDAY "Southern Fiayboys" THURSDAY AND FRIDAY "Alberta SATURDAY "Southern Playboys" Upstairs "Alberta Ranchboys" In The Lounge CLUB HOURS THIS WEEK O'N'.Y JULY 16-21-11 A.M. TO 1 A.M. Don't forget our Annual Golf Tournament July 28 and 29 ALEC HOTEL Whoop-Up Days Entertainment Every afternoon Mon.-Sat. 4 to 6 p.m. "Wilf Ducharm" Mon., Toes., Wed., Evening "Young Country" Thurs., Fri., Sat. evening "Lineman" THE York Hotel presents one of Vancouver's Top Bands SALTSPRIHG JULY 16-21 Afternoon Performance p.m. Evening Performance p.m. Join Us During Whoop-Up Days I DINE AND DANCE LOUNGE "DAVID KAYE SHOW" (NO COVER CHARGE) HOTEL Red Coach Lounge Tonight thru Saturday 'WINN HANSIN' and ploying in the TAVERN "EASY STREET" CORNER 4th AVE. and 7th ST. S. PHONE 327-3191 Indian Act revision 'planned' OTTAWA (CP) Indian Af. fairs Minister Jean Chretien views an Ontario Supreme Court decision ruling the Indian Act inoperative as confirmation that the act must be revised, a spokesman in his office said Friday. The government and the In- dians themselves have for some time that changes are needed, the spokesman said. Tbe court ruled the Indian Act inoperative Thursday and concluded that the Six Nations Indian Reserve near Brantford, Ont., has no legal basis for being a reserve. ajajaaBjii jr i TV HIGHLIGHTS WEDNESDAY MOVIE THRILLER: The Norths Tapes, p.m., Ch. t. An unsold pilot starring Roy Thinnes as a writer who in- vestigates reports of the supernatural. MOVIE DRAMA: And No One Could Save Her, p.m.. Ch. 11. Lee Remick stars as a middle-aged heiress who is fran- tically searching for her young husband. MOVIE MUSICAL: Parade Hawaiian Style, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Breezy package of songs, girls and Elvis Presley. MYSTERY: Jason King, p.m., Ch. 13. A buyer prom- ising half a million dollars entices a man to steal a prized, antique. THURSDAY MOVIE DRAMA: The SJeel Bayonet, p.m., Ch. 13. Orders come for Major Gerraid and the survivors of his North African battalion. They're to occupy a strategic farmhouse. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the ponsibilhy of Tho Lethbridgo Herald. if CHEC Morley McGMI and Alian Bell Contemporary contemporary Sports; Leo Dow Farm Sunday MONDAY thru FRIDAY News Buryl Clark News 6.35 Bun) Clarke Farm News Cattle Prices News; Doug Marvin Music We Remember Bun) Clarice News News Bob Hesketh Chec-line Chee Trading Leo Dow John Oliver Farm News Catna Newt Sports Grain Prices Oliver Post Call of the Land Dave King Jack Neufeld Paul Testier if CIOC News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whltt, Bill Mathesom Sport and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card _ Memories with Brown Sunday Mornings WEDNESDAY HIOHT Jim Elliot News, Whr, Sport Probe 1220 CBC News News and Cralh John Charles Show News, Wthr, Sport P 6-00 World at Six Phone Bill Show Jack 35 Stan Bailley Show Jim Elliot Summer John Charles Snow 8-00 Jim Parsons Show Show Probe 1220 12.30 Bruce Bowie Show Jack Thys 5.03 John Show THURSDAY Probe 1220 World at Six if CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY SATURDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster Don McMaster Iz p.m. Dell-0 12 noon-6 p.m. 6 p.rn-10 p.m. Don Hedman Don Hedman 6 10 p.m -12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concle) p m.-l a m. Dell-0 SUNDAYS a.m.-l p.m. Concerts, Encores (Bob Ccncle) 1-2 p.m. The Hour (German program) 1-6 p.m. Don Hedman f p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, and Encores (Bob Concie) CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT world at Six Written In Rock THURSDAY As it Happens fjis Concern World at t News, Sports, Wthr Eye Opener From the Capitals World At Nine 10.15 Five Nights a Week This Country Thai's the Way Royal Tour It Gees Calgary Indian Meeting 12.15 Radio Noon Holiday Max Ferguson Royal Tour Home Run News World aft 4 it Don't Miss Reading The Letiifaidge Herald CHINOOK COMING OUT TUESDAY (Included with your copy of The Herald) Southern Albtrta's LARGEST Rural Circulation Copies-Over feeders doc-TV Channel 7 (CoMtvivon Ch. 6) Truth or Let's Make Deal Nancy Miller WEDNESDAY Hollywood 5.30 CJOC Baseball THURSDAY Pinocchlo News, Farm and City 9.00 Lawrence weft Ed Allen Sarge News CJOC News 11-35 Crossfire 12.05 Movie: Jungle Heat Galloping Gourmet Joan WaterfieM Man Ami Take 30 Friendly Giant Edge of Night Mr. Dress Up Family Court sesame Street Drop in Beverly Hollywood Sqomt 5-S5 News Beat the Clock 7 -DO Msanlx Mystery Movie 9 30 Ja'sm KJno. 10.30 Paul Horn Show News News Pierre Berton 12 OD MFTV Griffin CFCN-TV Channel 13 (Cablovision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NIMT THURSDAY MeJinea Mortfc -nwoatt for Day S1e" University ot Air Romper Room Somerset f.OO Yogs Awrther World Trouble with Tracy Wftals the Good 10-09 Untie Bobby Wort Supermarket 4.-CD AnyttiMg Yep Pierre Bertan Do 55 North Weplt BtxMhot Family Affair Trek KtTV Great Fans 3 (CabtovitkNi Ch. f) WEDNESDAY fcC SalWe As The Wartd Today Show News in Montana 12-30 Dodton Pyramid Another WorW of Century New Match Hollywood :.W Secret Storm Jeopartfy Mike Dowlas Shew What S 00 News 5-30 Nnra BS Sob Nrwhart 6.30 Mys'ery Movie 8.00 Carman 9.09 Msrmlx 10 BD News 10.30 Shew THURSDAY Our World Game U-SS News News News News KFBB-TV Great Channel S Ch. 11) NIONT WEDNESDAY News e DO 6.33 Truth or THURSDAY Newt Captain Kangaroo S.DOKewi u unna 7 w Than Aoflrey Walrr Galloping Grormtt Every Man Yogng and tha One DD Owen Marshall Searcti 1er 10 OB News Tomorrow ____ AxSvance Wf ChWdren ttw DM Newlywad Game 12-30 News General Hwpltal One Ufa to Uva 2.-W Days or