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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, May 18, 1973 Satellite takes up position OTTAWA (CP) Anik II Telcsat Canada's second com- munications satellite, took up its orbital position miles above the equator, due south of the Alberta-Sas- katchewan border. Since its launching from Cape Kennedy, Fla., April 20, the spacecraft has been noeuvred by remote control. Green's Pop Shop Ltd. 544 13th Street North Open 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. POP FOR AS LOW AS A BOTTLE THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS CHARCOAL BRIQUETTES BAG ROBIN HOOD FLOUR 39 LB. BAG WE ARE NOW STOCKED FISHING TACKLE. "A Corner Store With Supermarket Prices" Bill Kucheran Turntable topics THIS IS HIRE-A STUDENT MONTH Female and male students are now avail, able for any number of job opportunities, short or long term! EMPLOYERS: Sfudent Manpower Centre is for your UUC1? I J. exclusive assistance in finding summer em- ployment. Register Nowl Contact 327-2111 The STUDENT MANPOWER CENTRE 2nd Floor 420 7th St. S. Across from Canada Manpower Electric Light Orchestra II The Electric Light Orches- tra is an offshoot of the fine British group The Move. As the group has two cellists and a violinist, they are guaranteed unique sound, and on the whole, the strings and rock in- struments mix quite well. They play a driving, energetic, deep sound of light and mostly hard rock, with the simple melodies almost buried under Jeff .yrcne's blurred vocals and the massed instrumentation. Al- hough handicapped in places >y a lack of melodic varience, he record comes across suc- cessfully. (United Artists UA- Bursting At The Seams Strawbs. An English folk-rock group, he Strawbs have their roots of Elizabethan folk styles com- sined with a modern rock style. The album has former member Dave Lambert back, replacing Tony Hooper, and while the l.p. isn't their best, lacking the lyr- ical mystique and haunting melodies of their previous two, it is s'ill a pleasing record. (A and M SP Houses Of The Holy Led Zeppelin. Album number five for Led Zeppelin shows how much the group has changed since their first harsh record. The l.p. is composed of mostly simpSe, straight rock cuts, with sever- al excellent softer songs_ includ- ed. Robert Plant disguises Ms boring voice wihh electronic ef- fects and Marc Bolan imita- tions, while John Paul Jones' subtle synthesizer playing bub- bles around Jimmy Page's strong but somewhat cliched guitar work. The record makes enjoyable listening, but certain- ly is not worthy of all-star bill- ing. (Atlantic SD Second Album Roy Bu- chanan. Having been playing guitar in small clubs in the States for 10 years, Eoy Buchanan was vir- unknown until the re- ease of an album a year ago. But with that album, Buchanan drew raves as one of the bsst blues guitarists. The new l.p. defends that claim. While it of- fers several pop-reck vocal cuts, these dUract from the ex- cellent parts of the set, Buchan- an playing through fast-paced bines variations. It's an album guitar fans should appreciate. (Polydor PD On The People's Side Horn Horn is a Toronto-based group employing two guitarists, a vo- calist, bassist, drummer, key- board and trumpet players. The.y attempt a sound very reminiscent of the recent jazz work of Frank Zappa com- plex arrangements, free form vocals, tight instrumentation and they pull it off very well. With their activist lyrics indi- cating their social conciousness and their playing demonstrat- ing their instrumental prowess, they create a good, solid l.p. While not mass-appeal artists, they are one of the best and most polished of Canadian rock groups. (Special 9230-1028) My Feet Are Smiling Leo Kottke Electric guitar, played with both banjo-like and slide effects is the medium of Leo Kotlke. His sdngs combine the feel of harsh English folk music with a distinctly American bluegrass playing irc-thcd, resulting in a driving, fast-paced sound. Kot- tke, the record's only perform- er, gives a mostly instrumental performance en the record, which is recorded live, and is a fresh acd relaxing offering. (Capitol ST V V Pcnquin Fleetwood Mac.. Fleet wood Mac have created some outstanding straight rock maternal such as on their ex- cellent album 'Kiln House'. 'Penquin' which features orig- inal members John McVie (bass) and drumnur Mick Fleetwood with McVie's wife Ihristine (keyboards and "vo- ex-Savoy Brown singer Dave Wa'ker, and guitarists Bob Welch and Bob Wesion, falls short of this mark. They play mostly a subdued variety of rock material, blend- Lang tells show judges selected THIS WEEKEND at the LEGION Frankly Brothers" Charades" For members and invited guests only! Our Second Search-for-a- new-Alberta Novelist Competition The first competition brought entries from no less than 98 would- novelists, and the judges were unanimous in proclaiming the high-calibre of the entries. The conditions are simple. The competition is open to bonaf ide Albertans only, and only to writers who have never had a novel published (a writer of published non-fiction is Manuscripts may run to words. Deadline for entries is February 23, 1974. The winning entry will receive an advance royalty from a major Canadian publisher. Even if you don't win the top prize, there is a chance the publisher may like your novel well enough to publish it, too. In such case, you will receive a advance royalty. For complete details, write; John Patrick Gillese Cultural Development Alberta Culture, Youth and Recreation 11th Floor, CM Tower, Edmonton Telephone 429-7957 CULTURE, YOUTH AND RECREATION OTTAWA (CP) Justice Minister Otto Lang said Thurs- day advice is sought from many sources, including political spokesmen, before decisions are made on the appointment of judges. He said the political affilia- tion of candidates is not a ma- jor don't know that that is specifically ascer- he considers "a record of public service" an as- set. He said both Liberal and Con- servative judges have been ap- pointed since he took over the justice portfolio and he has based his decisions on advice from "all walks of in- cluding MPs, lawyers, and po- litical spokesmen of both par- ties. He was questioned as the committee approved a bill to raise the number of judges in various courts across the coun- try. When passed, it will raise to five from three the number of judges on the Federal Court of Appeal and from seven to nine Federal the total in the Trial Division. No changes were made in the legislation by the committee bu Mr. Lang said he would ask the Commons to make one amend ment allowing seven nev judges, for a total of 97, in On tario district and county courts Four new judges are proposed in the bill. In other changes, the bill wil give the British Columbia Court of Appeals one additional judge for a total of nine while the Nova Scotia Supreme Court also will gain one for a total of three. One judge, for a total of six, also will be added to the County Court in New Brunswick while the number of judges on Dis- trict Courts in Alberta will be raised to 15 from 13. Four new judges, for a total of 32, will be added to the B.C. district courts and provision for a chief judge will be made in the Manitoba county courts. The legislation also adds an Associate Chief Justice to the Superior Court of Quebec. ing their intrumentation into uniform 'group sound." The fac that the album offers nothin that stands out is balanced b the fact that it offers nol'hin really bad an average disc (Reprise MS h .1 Images 1866-1967 Davi Bowie The two record set is very reminicsent of another doubl" reissue, that of Cat Stevens 'Ma'herw ead Son-New Mas ters'. Both are nowhere near as {food as the artists proven ef forts, and both are pop albumi relying on large orchestras for instrumentation. Bowie's set is also very theatrical in presenta taion, sounding often like it is from a film score. Although shews Bowie's lyric and musi ca' ability it is reeommendet only as a historical item. (Lon don BP V Cold Hands, Warm Heart Bob Kuzicka. An Edmonton native, Bob Ru- zicka took to composing in his spare time. This eventually lee o this album, in the folk-pop category. It rates as average, with Ruzdcka's Lightfoot-sound- ing voice and several good songs hindered by an overall lack of flair. But Ruzicka, es- pecially in his songwriting abi- lity (Judy Collins has record- ed one of his songs) shows that he is a developing talent. (MCA I Around The World With Three Court j Dog Night The two-record set offers bas- ically live versions of Three Dog Night's greatest hits. For the most part, the arrange- ments are the same as the ori- ginals, with added, often inane ad-libbing. (ABC Dunhill DSV Servic still comes first at Canadian Western company LimiTeo Serving Albertans Since 1912. In Cricle Chief Dan George and Fireweed Fireweed is a four-man Van- couver country-rock group, while Chief Dan George needs no introduction. Their album fails because the alternating rock cuts and vaudeville songs and pcams by Chief George do not belong on the same disc. (CanBase Payola cases uncovered LONDON (Reuter) Detec- tives arrested a singing star, a radio producer and several other persons today followitg investigations into an alleged money and sex "payola" racket at the BBC. Singer Dorothy Squires and Jack Dabbs, 47, former pro- ducer of the popular radio pro- gram Worldwide Family Favor- tes, were among nine persons detained. The arrests followed a two- year inquiry by Scotland Yard nto allegations in The News of the World that BBC producers and disc jockeys had been bribed to promote certain records. The News of the World also alleged that cash payments, call girls and paid holidays were used as inducements to disc jockeys to promote records. It estimated that between 50 and 100 girls were used. 'Exactly how many work on bed-for-plugs basis is any- body's guess, but this form of exual payola is certainly conv the newspaper said. Miss Squires is the former wife of actor Roger Moore, the new movie James Bond. TAVERN TONIGHT THRU SATURDAY 'DOWNTOWN' DINE AND DANCE LOUNGE TONIGHT thru SATURDAY 'MASON RAIL' I RED COACH LOUNGE TONIGHT thru SATURDAY "GEORGE RENAUD" CORNER 4th AVE. and 7th ST. PHONE 327-3191 HOTEL TV HIGHLIGHTS FRIDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "The Pleasure 6 p.m., Clu 7. The romantic escapades of three American girls in Madrid.. REPEAT PROGRAMS: Brady Bunch, Sonny and Cher, AU In The Family, McCloud, FBI. MOVIE COMEDY: "Way Way 12 midnight, Ch. 13. A farcial space opera about Americans and Russians on the moon, with Jerry Lewis. MOVIE MUSICAL: "It Happened One a.m., Ch. 7. This is the first musical version of "State MOVIE DRAMA: "The Angry a.m., Ch. 13. A labor organizer arrives at a peaceful factory and instigates a "wildcat" strike. SATURDAY SPORT: Baseball, p.m., Ch. 9. The Minnesota Twins meet the White Sox at Chicago. SPORT SPECIAL: Scottish Cup, 1 p.m., Ch. 7. Highlights of the Scottish Cup Final between Glasgl-ow Celtics and Glas- glow Rangers from Hampden Park. SPORT: Tennis, p.m. Ch. 11. Celebrities and tennis pros team up in the Alan King Classic from Las Vegas. SPORT: The Preakncss, 3 p.m., Ch. 7. The second jewel in the Triple Crown from Baltimore's Pimlico Race Track. SPORT: Wide World of Sports: 3 p.m., Ch. 11. High- lights of the International Track Association's pro track and field meet at San Diegi. SPORT: Tennis, p.m., Ch. 13. Final singles match on the World Championship tour, taped May 13 in Dallas. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due fa last-minute changes by the stations and is not the res- ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC Morley McGII! and Allan Bell Contemporary News; Doug Warvln Contemporary Sports; Leo Dow Farm News; Music We Remember Sunday Mornings. FRIDAY NIGHT Dave King Jack Neufeld Paul Tessier CHEC-FM SATURDAY 4.00 News Buryl ClarKc 6 30 News Buryl Clarke t- CJOC Buryl News Sports Bury! 8.00 News Buryl News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whitt, Bill Mathescn; Sport Brent and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card. FRIDAY NIGHY 12.00 Jim Parsons Jlrn Elliot Probe 1220 SATURDAY News SATURDAY 3 00 stan Bailley Show News Soccer Results 6 05 Jack Thys Sports 7.30 Wthr, Sports News World at Stan Bailley Shnv: 8.00 Bruce Bowie MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 a.m -12 noon Don McMasler 12 rvoon-6 p.m. DeII-0 6 p.m -10 p m. Don Hedman 10 p.m -12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. and Encores Don Hedman p.m.-l a.m. Dell-0 SUNDAYS p.m. Concerts, OvertureJ and Encores (Bob Concie) 1-2 p.m. The Gasthaut Ho'ur (German program) 2-4 p.m. Don Hedman p.m -12 midnight Concerts, and. Encores (Bob Concie) CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary FRIDAY NIGHT 4.03 Home Run BBC News 5.30 News World at Six 6 30 As if Happens 8.03 Between Ourselves Music WesT 10 00 News, Sport, Wthr. News From the Capitals The Glums Five Nights a Week Family 10.30 My Word This Country in Major Progression the Morning (P. 1) SATURDAY Time Signal Sounds Like This Country In Saturday the Morning (P. 2) News News Notice Board 1.03 Saturiiav West I'm SorlV I'll Read That Again s he Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK Saturates The Southern Alberta Market over Lethbridge and district readers bi-monthly. DON'T BUY ADVERTISING IN THE DARK! We submit our records to the regular scrutiny of Audit Bureau of Circulation and our circulation prac- tices to the discipline of their regulations! Next Chinook May 29 (Advertising Deadline ix May 23rd) CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY Movie: It Happened International Hollywood Squares One Summer Badminton S-.30 News Preakness Movie: The 3ATURDAT children's Cinema Pleasure Seeken Pinocchio News Ree I M A.S.H. 9.30 Wizard of Ot 5.00 Bugs Bunny All in the Family Spiderman Movie: Tommy Hunter Fllnstone Hour Sad Sack Dean Martin World Today, Hello Front Page News (c) Tomorrow Challenge CJOC News Stampede Wrestling Clession B. Crossfire Scottish Cup Final Goodhugh CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) FRIDAY Star Trek News 6.30 Beat the Clock The Brady Bunch Sonny and Cher Mystery Movie FBI News News 12.00 Movie: Double Bill: Story Theatre 1. Way Way Our 12-00 Buckshot 2. The Angry Silence SATURDAY Thought for Day University of Air Hawkeye Waterville Gang Puppet People Musical Friend! Outdoor Sportsman Sports Digest All Star Wrestling Roller Derby World of Sporti News KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY News Hee Haw 7 00 Sanford and Son All in the Family Carol Burnett Medical Centra News KFBB-TV Great FRIDAY Password News News Truth or Consequences 7.00 Brady Bunch Partridge Family Room Odd Couple Love American Style MiMNtws Tonight Show SATURDAY CGF Te'ecourse Amazing Chan Scooby 'Doc and the Pussycats Flmtstones Archies Falls Channel Movie: Speedway SATURDAY News H. R. Pufnstuf Jackson 5 7 00 The Osmonds 7.30 Superstar Movie Brady Kids Bewitched Kid Power Funky Phantom 10.30 Lldsvllle Fat Albert Bunny saorma Baseball 3-00 The Preakness 4.00 American Adventure 30 News 5.00 It Takes a Lot of Love 6M Emergency (Cablevision Ch. 11) The Monkees American Bandstand CBS Children's Film Festival TBA 1-30 Alan King Tennis 3 00 World of Sports 30 Rcasoner Report 5.00 Animal World Wlerd Harold Sonny Cher ;