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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY iMUVIK: Libel, n ]i.m., Ch. 9: A Britisli lord charges a war buddy with libel after the friend accuses him of being an impostor. Stars Dirk Boganle and Olivia cle llavilland. C011KDY: Kill Cosby, 8 p.m., 7: Cosby gets up at 5 a.m. to handle a nephew's newspaper route. SPECIAL: liilly Graham, 8 p.m., Ch. 9: The evangelist speaks on the meaning of judgment day, at his recent liasl Tennessee Crusade. SCIENCK: Nature of Things, p.m.. Ch. 7: A look at the multiple uses of laser beams, notably in eye opera- tions. DHA.MA: Maniiix, p.m., Ch. 13: A missing woman is a man's only alibi against a charge of murdering a de- tective. With Robert Reed. HISTORY: Civilisation, 10 p.m., Ch. Grandeur and Obedience describes Home's counter-reformation to North- ern Europe's rejection of the Roman Catholic Church. MOVIE: Diary of a Madman, 11M p.m., Ch. 7: Vin- cent Price stars in a 1862 macabre tale of a man possessed by an evil spirit. FRIDAY MOVIE: The Great Impostor, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: Tony Curtis stars in the 1960 account of the life of Ferdinand Waldo Demara, doctor, professor, Trappist monk and im- postor. MOVIE: Gambling Ship, p.m.. Ch. 7: A 1933 drama starring Cary Grant about a New York gambler who becomes part owner of a gambling ship. With Benita Hume. INTERVIEW: Palestinian Arab, 4 p.m., Ch. 13: Pierre Berton talks with a former Jordanian cabinet minis- ter about Arab hopes for the future. The Music Box News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour THURSDAY NIGHT A-01 World at 6 6.30 Music Market Report FRIDAY Chamber Music Galloping Gourmel Winnipeq Orchestra Gardening 122 Lumden" Show Probe Farm News, Sports Jack Thys Bulieiln Board Matines News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour THURSDAY NIGHT Jean Pauley The Hour News Music Music News, Weather On Campuj Show Phone Dill Show Comments Stocks Farm Sliow Dinner Showcase News, Sports, Wthr. BacK to the Bible Catiie Prices Voice of China World Tomorrow Jean Paulev Bent Pedersen News FRIDAY Farm Show News Sports, Weather News Stork Market Report Woman's World Caravan News Sports, Wthr. Farm News Stocks Mor News CHEC FM idny Thru Pridsy Fifteen Minutes If AM Tom Mitchell AM. CHEC FM Sport Report A.M. John David Horn CHEC FM News CHEC FM Sport Report P.M. THE Other Side Chuck Holiday P.M. CHEC FM Sport Report A.M. Shawn Kelley THURSDAY NIGHT UK Election Coveraga Tempo World at Six The Happy Time Black Watch Regiment Thursday Music National News Five Nights A Week CBR Radio 1010 Calgary News on the hour Hostile Witness 9'15 Gerrusll Chamber1 Music. in.nn CBC Winnipeg Orch Nev's Music Past Consumers Midnight Matinee pptnav Mr- i-Kiuflr Radio Noon Eye Opener Alter Noon News Enfre Nous World at Eight Matinee Max Ferguson Afternoon Concerf Galloping Gourmet Flight Log ale! Bedroom Suites A GOOD SELECTIONI PRICED FROM CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES Cor. 4th Ave.-5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 llv MICHAKI, KENNK'IT Canadian I'ress Staff Writer Some advice for pop music critics and would-be record reviewers from English blues man John Mayall: "The safest way to review an album is lo criticize it as a piece of music. "It cither achieves what it is supposed to in terms of feeling and words or conjures up images for the listener." Listening to The Baud's sec- ond album, simply entitled The Band evokes images of minstrels on a Mis- sissippi riverboat, hillbilly jug bands and cotton-field blues. K o b b i e HoberUon, Rick Danko. Garth Hudson and Richard Manuel found what they went looking for when they left their southern On- tario hcmes and joined Lcvon Helm in Arkansas in I960. Labels can't really be ap- plied to these five musicians, who, as members of The Hawks, played in sleazy bars I h rough out the southern United States with Ilompin' Honnic Hawkins, "the king of before Bob Dylan asked them to tour with him in 1965. They call it "just everything we've ever but perhaps the best descrip- tion of tbsir sound is country rock, a simple, low-decibel brilliance at a time when elec- tricity dominates. Dylan calls Robertson "a mathematical guitar genius" and The Band's two-year tour of the U.S., Canada, Australia and Europe heralded his de- parture from pure folk. They were still playing eruptive rock, but Dylan's emphasis on lyrical poetry called for more than loud rock V roll chording. SOUND IS TIGHT The Band members have been together for 10 years, play 15 different instruments and, when they appear live, critics cry "pre-recorded" be- cause their sound is so tight. The Capitol album is a do- it-yourself, no-gimmick pro- duction. Robertson avoided the Capi- tol studios in Los Angeles and rented a Irause outside the city lo duplicate the group's home-made sound room in "Woodstock, N.Y., where their first release, Music From Big Pink, was produced. The only concession to a studio echo 'chamber comes on Jawbone, where the echo effect on the chorus was achieved by recording it in the bathroom. Robertson, a 26-year-old na- tive of Toronto, wrote all 12 songs on The of which were composed while they were helped engineer the album. Most of the time, the group plays musical chairs. Manuel, normally on key- board, sits in on drums for Helm on six cuts. For Rag M a m m a Rag, Helm plays mandolin and sings lead, Danko plays coun- try fiddle and Hudson Jays on some Dixieland piano. There is no bass guitar; instead, en- g i n c e r John Simon Mows tuba. Up On Cripple Creek, which jumped onto the rock radio charts, is a straight country rocker. Hudson duplicates the twang sound of a Jew's harp with pedal work on n clavi- nette. As Shelton Brooks said on Darktown Strutters' Ball, ev- erybody want to be there when The Band starls playing." 22 Forest Fires Bum EDMONTON fCP) Indian and Metis fiuefighlers Tuesday put out 23 forest fires, leaving 22 burning in the province. Three arc under partial con- trol and the rest under control. The Alberta forest service re- ported Wednesday the number includes tsvo new fires in the past 24 hours, bringing the to- tal this year lo 373 fires. A to- tal of 80.381 acres of scrub and commercial timber has been burned. T h e fire hazard continues high in the north Athabasca and Wood Buffalo National Park regions, and moderate to ugh in most other northern re- ions. Rating were low to mod- erate in the Rocky Mountain oothills and southwestern Al- berta. Ben-Gurion III TEL AVIV CAP) Former premier David was taken to hospital Wednesday with high fever and nausea, the hospital said. A spokesman re- ported the IW-year-old Israeli statesman is in "good condi- tion." Tliursdciy, Juno 25, OI.DKST ONK 19X0 THE lETHDRIDGE HERALD 5 FlliS'J OHADKJ) ISLAM) Cl.IJSTKIl .Japan is made up of four large islands and many smaller I Js I Tin- first graded road built in ones. (he Pont Neuf, built in 1577. Canada in ICllli. PHILCO COLOR TV TV 302 13lli 51. N. FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES FRIDAY, JUNE 26th P.M. Music by MUELLER'S ORCHESTRA MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME ADMISSION LUNCH INCLUDED I Make up a Party Come to TOMORROW, FRIDAY NIGHT! SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT BY "HIS, HERS and Refreshments and MOTOR RGtgl. LTD, Food Available! -A iRTA FOUE SHUTOUTS Detroit Tiger pitcher Mike Cilkenny had four shutouts in he final six weeks of the 1969 eason. TONIGHT, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FOR THIS ATTRACTION KIDS 50c GATES AT P.M. SHOW AT 9 P.M. FAMILY _____ TECHNICOLOR" PETERUSTINOV OTEPLESHETTE COLOR Far Horizons'7 CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "SEVEN GOLDEN MEN" in technicolor, starring Kossana Podcsta and Philippe LcRoy. Thursday, Friday and Sat- urday, June 2o, 25 and 27. Thursday show at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Thecrtre "CACTUS FLOWER" in color, starling Waller Malthau, Ingrid Bergman and "Laugh-Ins'' kookie blonde Goldie Hawn. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 25. 26 and 27. Thursday shows at and p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre Walt Disney's "101 DALMATIANS" in technicolor, plus "RUN, APPALOOSA, RUN" in technicolor. Friday and Saturday, June 26 and 27. Friday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "BOB AND CAROL AND TED AND ALICE" in color, star- ring Natalie Wood and Robert Culp and Elliott Gould and Dyan Cannon. Thursday, June 23. Show at p.m. Restricted adult. TABER Sky Vue Drive-ln "WHERE EAGLES DARE" in color, starring Clint East- wood and Richad Budton. Plus selected short subjects. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 25, 26 and 27. Thursday show starts at dusk. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "THE ILLUSTRATED MAN" in color, starring Rod Steiger and Claire Bloom. Thursday, June 25. Shows at and p.m. Aduit. Not suitable for children. Gef more out of life Take the family to a movie CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) THURSDAY NIGHT v.a Telcprote Uncheon Date _ Movie: Part I Diary of a Madman Cartoon Party FRIDAY Luncheon Date- Pinnochio and Or Mr, D.ressup Ed Allen tc) Friendly Giant HlllbilliGS Three Sioocje! Teleprobe 7 Hcg.in's Heroes Gel Stuart 7'33 Doris Day Bill Cosby Nature of Things 11-00 CBC News Par! 2 Movie: Gambling Ship TaKe Thirty Edge of Night Galloping Gourmet World of Man (cj Hillbillies Three Slooges CFCN-TV lothbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4} THURSDAY NlfJHT I-...T, THURSDAY NIGHT BewilchCd Hews (C) Courtship Df die's Father x Diamond Lil's 1COO News c Movie: Dark Intruder Magistrate's Today Red Cros Water FRIDAY safely Thought for Today Buck Shot News j-rJO Movie- Universlly of Air The Greal Imobster Uncle Bobhy (c) People in Conflict Romper Room Grampa Gillius Cartoons Today Doctor's Diary c Pierre Berlon Wynne's Pad (c) ruutiy POpeyC Peyton Place (c) Belwitdicd THURSDAY NIGHT Huntlcy-Drinkley News c Family Affair c Movie: Libel Dean Martin News Tonight Show FRIDAY Salute Agriculture Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Our World Work) Turn; Today Show c Days of Our Live Today in Montana H-30 The Doctors Sale of Century c Another World c Hollywood Squares Edge of Night c Jeopardy c Corner Pyle c Who, What, Where Mike Douglas e pame Andy Griffith News c CronkMa News e Another Lucy Show Somerset c Hunliey-Brinfcley KFBEUTV Greaf Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) 4-30ThitDGriNIGHT Kanyaroo c Secret Storm c I bream of Jean- Takcs Two c One LJve lo Life Jack LaLanne c Dark Shadows c Galloping Gourmet Love is a Many Woman's World Splendored Thing Best of Everything General Hospital A Apart c Linklettor AILAAy That Girl Lei's Make a Deal Bewitched Game .1-ttO. TV-S News Dat.ina Garnt Animal World Daniel Boona Bewitched c Tern Jones TV-5 Mf-v Gfiti'in TRIDAY Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT THEATBE Man Called Short Last Complete COLLEGE CINEMA Boy Named Charlie 5'30 7-45 Short Last Compete GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Blackboard's :Far Horizons'': One Complete LETHBRIDGE MUSICAL THEATRE will present iliis lummei THE CANADIAN PREMIERE OF THE ROCK MUSICAL "YOUR OWN THING" A meeting of octors, dancers, singers, musicians, stage crew and any other interested per- ons, will be held Thursday, uno 25lh, 1970 at >.ni., in the Green Room at lie Yatos Memorial Centre. GYRO BINGO FRI. JACKPOT 52 NOS. BOCKHORN GUEST RANCH NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON Only 19 miles from Pincher Creek, Albertn in the heart of fish and game country. The Buckhorn Ranch has long been recognized as one of Canada's leading family guest ranches. TODAY thru WED. Modern accommodations in single or double sleeping units within short distance of shower house. Reservations may be made for Parties, Service Clubs or Conventions. Continuous from till p.m. Gang in their fFirst cMovie J Write; BOX 1330 PINCHER CREEK For rotes and brochure Phone (1) 627-2149. COMFORTABLY AIR CONDITIONED STARTS TOMORROW A SPECIAL ROADSHOW ATTRACTION ADULT gets a wagon fall of raves! A CINEMA CENTER FILMS PRESENTATION A NATIONAL GENERAL PICTURES RELEASE RIP-ROARING MUSICAL! Howlmrlylunny! I ecMaivin's acting Is up to his standard of excellence! Clint Easlwxjd gives a perfotmance that sh'ould catapult him to HolljvmKi stardom! Rousing! See Taint Your "HILARIOUS AND ENTERTAINING: in the Stream of "Sound of Hafcrr ENTERTAINMENT! Don't Hiss 'Painl Your Wagon' Lee Marvin.., s sute bel for Academy Award -I attrition ABKJ MUSICALHIMN THE WINNERS CORNER! A load of entertainment... brimming with frontier jean Seberg give performances that stay with A LUSTY, SPRAWLING, LAVISMY-MOUHKD M-w IVi Ci.-j CoiurtW irreverence! Lee Marvin. Ray Clint Eastwood and I you! Tte picture's a b'g ril ENDS TONITE "MAN CALLED HORSE" IN COLOR WITH RICHARD HARRIS LEE II CLINT JEAN MARVIN EASTWOOP SEBERG STARTS TOMORROW At and p.m. MOVED OVER TO PARAMOUNT CINEMA STARTING FRIDAY cinema A man called "Horse" becomes an Indkm warrior m the most electrifying ritual ever seen 1 AIR CONDITIONED COOL mWVWRWASON ,T FREDERICK tffirt FitEYINlAUN lAYIfflXER ADMISSION PRICES THIS SHOW MATINEES EVENING ADULTS STUDENTS ANYTIME CONTINUOUS SHOWS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FIRST SHOW BOX OFFICE OPENS AT RICHARD HARRIS ns "A MAJT CAUuED HQRSl ;