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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS WEDNESDAY ADVENTURT: Mannlx, 7 p.m., CD. 13. Manfiix Is after the unknown killer of a fellow private detective. MOVIE DRAMA: The Letters, p.m., Ch. 11. A tri- logy of dramas with a common denominator, the denoue- ments hinge on information in letters lelayed a year in livery. MOVIE DOCUMENTARY: The Sorrow And The Pfty, p.nj., Ch. 7. Concludes its view of the Nazi occupation of France. MOVIE MUSICAL: I Love Melvin, p.m., Ch. 11. Debbie Reynolds and Donald O'Connor and a splashy produc- tion of numbers about a movie-struck chorus girl. THURSDAY ..MOVIE COMEDY: Raising a Riot, p.m., Ch. 13. A man tries to handle his three children while his wife is on a trip to Canala. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programi era listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is duo to last-minute by the stations and it not tho of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC Mwlty McGill and Ahsn Bell Contemporary News; Doug Marvin Uo Oow Farm "twt; Music aunosy Mornings. MONDAY mm FRfDAY 7.00 News News Buryl Clark 6 30 6 35 Bunf Farm News 6-it Cattle Prices Clarke Came Prices 7-30 News News 7 40 Sports 12 40 Sports 8 25 Bob Hesketh Grain Prices 8 35 Chec-hne Oliver 10.00 Chec Trading Post Call of the Land 11 DO Lee Dow 3-00 Dave King 12.00 John Oliver 7 oo Jack Neufeld 12-15 Farm News Paul Tessier if CJOC if News with Bill Skelton, Red Whin, Bill Mathessn; Sport Brent Seely end Don Maclean, Farm and Ranch Doug Card _ Memories with George Brown Sunday Mornings WEDNESDAY NI6HT Jim Elliot 12.30 News. Wthr, (pert Probe 1220 6.00 CBC News end Grain John Charles Show 7-50 News, Wthr, Sport Prices World et Six Phone Bill Show Jack Stan Bailley Show 10.05 Jim Elliot Summer 3.05 John Charles Show Jftn Parsons Show Show Probe J220 Bruce Bowie Show Jack Thys 5 03 John Charles Show THUKSDAT Probe 1220 World et Six if CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY SATURDAY 6 a m -12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon 6pm Don Hedman p rr..-l a m Dell-O ___________ SUNDAYS Concerts, Overtures 6 a.m -l p m. end Encores Concerts, Overtures (Bob Concie) and Encores t noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p m. Dell-O t B.m.-lO p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m.-12 midnight (Bob Cencfe) 1-2 p.m. The Gasthaus Hour (German program) 1-6 p.m. Don Hedman p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) Radio 11.03 WIDHKSDAY NIGHT world at six It Happens Concern 5.30 News, Sports, Wthr 6.05 From the Capitals 8-00 Five Nights a Week 8 05 That's the Way It Goes 13 CBR 1010 Calgary News Written In News THURSDAY Warmup Eye Opener World at 8 Eye Opener World At Nine This Country Rock 10.59 Time Signal 12-03 Radio Noon stocKmartet 2.03 Holiday 3-30 Bob Kerr 4.00 BBC News 4-05 Home Run 530 News World at 6 30 As It Happens I The LetKbridge Herald CHINOOK Saturates The Southern Alberta Market! over Lethbridge and district readers bi-monthly. DONT BUY ADVERTISING IN THE DARK! We submit our records to 'the regular Mutiny of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and our circulation prac- tices to the discipline of their regulations! Next Chinook August 7th (Advertising Deadline is August CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION) CJOC-TV channel 7 (CablevWon Ch. 6) WIDHISDAY NIGHT GunfToht Hollywood Squares THURSDAY CJOC News 00 Pinocchio Lawrence Welfc 30 News, Farm and Sarge City Hollywood Squares 00 Allen Sorrow and Pity 30 Long Jubilee 3-00 Take 39 Sarge Mon Ami 3 30 Edoe of Niaht News 10.15 Friendly G.snt W S CJOC News 10-30 Mr Dress Up Crosstira 11-00 Sesame Street 12.05 Movie. Beverly 12.30 Truth or Consequences l.oo Let's a Deal Nancy Miller 2 00 Galloping Gourmet 2.30 Joan WaterfieM 4-00 Family Court 4.30 Drop In 5-00 Hollywood CFCN-TV lethbridge Channel 13 (Cabtevisfon Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NIGHT 12-ea Griffin Fs-nily AffaSr 13.33 Matinee Atovie: t 75 Thjjg-i fjr Dsy Raising Riot 6 30 of Air Canada A M 8 30 Rempfr Rrom Yoga 9 35 Trouble with Tracy 10 00 Uncle BabSy 10 30 Supermarliel 11 W Pierre Berton 11 30 iS North Maple 5.5S News Beat tna Clock Memix Mystery Movie Western Economic Opportunity Con- ference 10.30 Paul Horn Show News News Pierre Union Eyetxt Somerset 3-m Another World 3 30 Whats the Goad Word 4 Anything You Can Oo 4 30 Boctebtf t 5S Star Trek KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) RIGHT WEDNESDAY 5 00 News 4 00 Newbart Mystery Mm Special 10.09 KCW1 Tonight Slum THURSDAY fcUOar Wortd salute Agricvnom AS World Toms Today Show J2.W TO Today Jn Montana Doctors S 30 Pyramid Another World 9 03 wirard of Odds 1.39 New Match Game 39 Squares J no Storm ID ro J.SB MiToe Omnias Shew ID 39 VWn What Wlwa Joker's WBd Ga-ne 4.39 Nun It JJ News ll-W SaffM J.30 News KFM-TV Great Folk Channel 5 (CaMtvision Ch. 11) MIGHT THURSDAY M t 3D u 7 00 Cspisln Kmgaroo 8 DO Nrwi C 30 Is OS Auflrcv 30 Geneping Gotirmct ID DO and Ttia 30 Truth or Conwawnco 7.O) Thicker Then 7.30 Movie The f 99 Owen 10 00 News 10.30 Movie- l Love Mtivln 10 30 Stsrcli for Tortorfow 11 00 All My Children 1. DO General Hnpnal l 30 One Ufa to 00 Dsys of our J 30 Dinsli'i Watt 3 VD Three on a Match 1 3D Dating Game 4M spin sccoia 3D BeWltctiM Panwora S.JDNVWS Bill Kucheran Turntable topics Living in The Material World, George Harrison "All Things Must George's previous solo album, was widely acclaimed at its re- lease. It later flaw, however: an overall sameness after many listenings. While the new record can be faulted slightly along the same line, it rises above this because it's shorter, it has simpler instru- mentation and several outstand- DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite St. S. Mi. 327-7244 Lethbridge ing songs. Ringo, Nicky Hop- kins, Gary Wright, Klaus Voor- man, Jim Keltner and Jin) Horn back George, whose lyrics again refer to his deep reli- gious feelings. While not spec- tacular, it is a very good rec- ord Apple SMAS-3410 Aladdin Sane, David Bowie David Bowie, like several rock stars recently (the Roll- ing Stones, Alice Cooper, The Moody Blues) has had his hyped-up new album fall below expectations. He appears to let his avante-garde musical tastes and his penchant for vocal thea- trics get the best of him. And while the album rocks, its wan- dering rhythms lose the ctiarg- ed of 'Hggy Stardust.' ELKS PUBLIC RINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 pm. 16 GAMES 15th GAME JACKPOT IN 55 NOS. in 56 NOS. in- 57 NOS. If no bingo called after 57 we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT IN SO NOS. NO ONE UNDER 1fc YIAR5 ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment FOR ELKS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY THURSDAY, July 26 "Bridgo Town Trio" FRIDAY, July 27 "Bridge Town Trio" SATURDAY, July 28 "Alberta Ranch Boys" Don't forget our Annual Golf Tournament July 29 and 29 DINE AND DANCE LOUNGE "SMACKWATER JACK" (NO COVER CHARGE) HOTEL Red Couch Lounge Wynne Hanson HOTEL CORNER 4th AVE. and 7th ST. S. PHONE 327-3191 college cinema NOW SHOWING At 7.-00 9 p.m. i MATINEE SATURDAY P.M. THE FINAL CHAPTER in the incredible Apes saga. S0th CENTURY-FOX PRESENTS green acres drive-in Dr. ft CentB ISrr- 327-1100 LAST TIMES TONIGHT The Deserters' IN COLOR with CHUCK CONNORS 7. R. Baskin' IN COIOR with CANDICE BERGMAN THURS.. FRI. end SAT. His lyrics, also, too meta- phoric, not like-the classic lines of 'Hunky Dory.' While the LP has its moments, and certainly isn't a bad record, Bowie fans are entitled to expect more from him. RCA Victor LSP-4852 Ever Sense The Dawn, Provid- ence Hailing from the U.S. Pacific northwest, the members of Fro- virJence basically combine key- boards, acoustic guitar, bass, violin, viola and cello with ex- cellent vocal harmonies. They owe a debt to the Moody Blues are on their Threshold table, use Moodies .producer Tony Clarke, and have an all- over sound that is very much like the English group, though in an honest, original way-1 ut they are not a cheap carbon copy. Their lilting, smooth melo- dies are excellent vehicles for their well-produced blends of strings, vocals and picturesque lyrics. If you have enjoyed the softer material of the Moody Blues you should have this fine debut disc by a very promising group. Threshold THS 9 Two Weeks Last Summer, Dave Cousins The Straubs are today recog- nized as one of England's best folk-rock groups, and much of the praise must go to Dave Cousins. Leader and chief song- writer for the group, you will find his material a prominent part of most Straubs albums. While out of his material -will be the best songs on each al- bum, he also has a tendency to write several bland songs per disc. On his solo LP however, he maintains a freshness throughout by livening up the folk tunes with instrumentation ranging from a solo piano to a band of recorders, and includ- ing several rock songs. Those who know his work with the Straubs can expect the same high standard on this impress- ive album. A and M SP 9008 Ekseptton 5, Ekseption 'Holland's Ekseption are one of the most classically-oriented of rock groups as on their previous albums, half the ma- terial is by classical compos- ers. In addition to the music of Beethoven, Bach and Mozart, they perform their own songs (one interpolating highlight of Keith Emersons's work with the Nice) most of which have a no- ticeable baroque flavor. The five members of the group have their keyboards, sax and trum- pet in the forefront in the in- strumental LP. Even those who consider themselves classical 'purists' should find something in 'Ekseption 5.' Phillips 6423 042 Yessongc, Yes "The three- record live set was recorded on their 1972 tour. It provides an intriguing look at Yes live, showing, even on this basis how complex their music can be But they remain a studio band one compares the live tracks with their studio lines, the live LP's shortcomings, such as tfae lack of smooth vo- cals, well-balanced sound and all-over .polish, become appar- ent. Yes, being a group that rely heavily on a polished sound thus do not fit themselves to a live mode, and although Yes- songs is acceptable, fans would be advised to wait for their next studio album. j Atlantic S D 3-100 ANNE GETS PERMISSION TO MARRY LONDON Frin- Anne obtained Tuesday the fornial permission of her mother, Queen Elizabeth, to many next November. The Queen signed the con- stitutional document approving Princess Anne's marriage fol- lowing a meeting of the Privy Council. Under a law of 1772 the ap- proval of the mon- arch's advisory body made up of senior politicians and other distinguished neces- sary because the 22-year-oM Princess is a possible heiress to tiie throne. Princess Anne, -who is fourth in line for succession to the throne, is to marry 24-year-old Capt. Mark Phillips at West- minster Abbey on Nov. 14. HOSTEL OPENED TBOIS-RIVIERES, Que. (CP) A new youth hostel, financed by grants totalling from Opportunities For Youth and the federal youth hostel pro- gram, has been opsned in this community 80 miles northeast of Montreal. The hostel has about 40 beds but can accom- modate more persons if neces- sary on mattresses laid on the floor. Wednetdey, Jirfy U, TNI LITHMIDGI HIRAI0 5 Actress denies reports of death in her home HONG KONG Twq Hong Kong newspapers (aid to- day that the fatal collapse Fri- day night of fHm star Bruce Lee occurred in the home of a local Chinese actress and not in his own home as previously re- ported. The actress, Betty Ting Pei, said there was "absolutely no truth" to the report in the Hong Kong Star and the China Mail. The report also was denied by co-workers in the company that produced the kung fu movies that starred the SS-year-oM Lee. The earlier reports said Lee was taken by ambulance from his home to hospital and died less than an hour later. But the two newspapers said sources at an ambulance service said the unconscious actor was picked up at Miss Pei's apartment. The Mail said the actress, In denying the report, said she last saw Lee several months ago when they ran into each other on the street. But the-Star said Miss Pei's mother told it that Lee had been at the apartment, which she shares with her daughter, earlier in the day. The Lethbridge Hotel Presents "JIMMY ST. JAMES and THE MIDWEST EXPRESS" FROM ILLINOIS STATE ENTERTAINING NIGHTLYI PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "fosa Sawyer" Last Complete Show Family PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short "Love Pain and Hw Whole Damn Thing" Last Complete Show Adult COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Battle for the Planet of the Apes" 10 05 Last Complete Show Family GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "The Deserter" 9-45 "T. R. Raskin" One Complete Show Adult SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "STEEL YARD BLUES" Wednesday, July 25. Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "SAVE THE TIGER" In color. Starring Jack Lemon. Wednesday and Thursday, July 25 and 26. Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "ULZANA'S RAID" Wednesday, July 25. Shows aft and p.m. Family. Wednesday Night at the LEGION VIMY 1OUNGE "CHARADES" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY Tonite and Thurs. at and p.m. AlANJPAKUA I (CUB and ROT ANDTHE WHOLE MMNTtMQ ADULT pcifcimount cinema Tonite and Thvrs. at p.m. UNITED ARTISTS TWO LATEST SOUND TRACK ALBUMS CLINT OOD JOEKIDD A CcmpaTr PiBdacaen Gores Open 9 p.m. Complete Show 9-45 p m. ADUIT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILMIN HIT NO. 2 Like My Starring PATTY DUKE SALE 4.99 5.98 SPECIAL! FEATURED FOR THE NEXT WEEK AT