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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY tkn FRIDAY1 6.-00 Farm NWM Nwn. Sport ChwNtM 1030 WaNfehMrds 12.1X1 John Oliver 42.30 Nwn Grain CHI of the Land 3-00 JackNauMd Wthr. Sporte Paul Tawtor Roy Rtnnlek CJOC Probe 1220 6-00 World at Six 6-35 Stan Baltoy Show John Charles Stove Pisko WEDNESDAY 6.00 CBC News 6 OS Jack Thys 7.50 Weather and Sports 6 35 .Phone Bill Show 10.0S Gord Whitehead 11.00 Jack Probe 1220 12 20 Noon Farm 12.30 News. Weather and Sports News and Grain Prices 1 05 Whitehead 3.05 Jim Parsons 500 Probe 1220 5-03 John Charles Show 6.00 World at Six CHIC-MI 100.9 MONDAY thru FRID 6am-12noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p m Dell-O 6 p m -10 p.m Don HeiJrnan 10 pm -12 Midnight Concerts Overtures and Encores SATURDAY 6 a m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m Don Hedman TUESDAY NIQHT 6-30 As It Happens 8-10 CBC Tuesday Night 1000 Sports Weather 10.10 From the Capitals 10 15 Five Nights a Week 10 30 Massey Lectures 11 03 Rupert's Land Rock Slide WEDNESDAY 5.30 Warm up 6 p m -1 am Ddl-O SUNDAYS 6 a m.-1 p.m. Overtures and Encores 1 -2 p m TOhe Gasthaus Hour 2-6 pm Don Hedman 6 p m.-12 midnight Overtures and Encores CM 8 05 Eye Opener 9.00 The World at Nine 9-13 This Country 10-59 Time Signal 12.03 Radio Noon 1 55 Stock Market 2 03 School Broadcast 2 30 Off the Record 3.30 Max Ferguson 4 00 BBC News 4 05 Home Run 6 00 World at Six You Get... GUARANTEED CIRCULATION When you advertise in The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK Next Chinook November Dnfllm fcVMbtr CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CJOC-TV Channel r Ch. TUESDAY filGHT 5 00 Hollywood Squares 5 30 CJOC News 6.00 Emergency 7.00 Bob Newhart Squares 8 00 Mary Tyler Moore 8.30 Police Story 9 30 Front Page Challenge 10-00 Up Canada 10-30 Some Honorable Member 11 00 News 11 20 PM 12 00 Movie- Night Star Qoddeas ol Efcctra WEDNESDAY 630 Audobon 7 00 Farm and City 7.15 730 800 830 900 930 945 10.00 1030 11 00 1200 1230 1 00 130 2-00 300 330 400 430 Wizard of Oz Ed Allen Pinocchio Uncle Bobby Alberta Education Mon Ami Friendly Giant Western Schools Mr Dress Up Sesame Street Superman Lassie General Hospital Let's Make A Deal Our Town Take 30 Edge of Night Family Court Drop In CFCM-TV 13 CD. TUESDAY NIGHT 4 55 Mod Squad 555 News The Girl. Moat Likely To 8 00 Temperatures Rising Kojack 930 Target Marcus Welby 11 00 News 11 20 News 11 30 First and Ten 1200 Merv WEDNESDAY 5 55 Thought for the Day 6 00 University of the Air 630 Yoga 7 00 Canada A.M 8 30 Romper Room 9.00 This Week 9 15 Parlons Francis 9 30 Polka Dot Door 10 00 Lifestyle 10.30 Pay Cards 11 00 Galloping Gourmet 11 30 Beat the Clock oo 12 30 Woody Woodpecker The Challenge 2 30 Somerset 3 00 Another World 3 30 What's the Good Word 4 00 Anything You Can Do 4 30 Buckshot 4 55 Hogan's Heroes 525 News 600 NHL KMTV Mta OMMMl Ch. TUESDAY NIGHT Sarrford and Son 7.00 M.A.S.H All In the Family 8-00 Perry Maaon Hawaii Newt 10 30 Tonight Show WEDNESDAY 615 Our World 6 45 Salute Agriculture 7 00 Today Show 8 00 Joker's Wild 830 Pyramid 900 Gambit 5-30 600 630 700 900 10-00 ess 700 too 900 930 TUESDAY NIGHT Truth or Consequences Rising TIM Okl Moat Ukety To Wviby TKA 9VQQIV I m fVIIIU WEDNESDAY Farm News Captain Kangaroo Audrey Jack 9 30 Hollywood Squares 1000 Jeopardy 10 30'Who. What. Where Game 1055 News 11 00 Price is Right 11 30 As the World Turns 12.00 Days of Our LIVM 1230 The Doctors 1 00 Another World 1 30 New Maten Game 2 00 Secret Storm 2 30 Mike Douglas 4 00 Today in Montana 430 News 5 00 NBC Nightly News 530 en. 10 00 Young and RMtMM 10-25 news to 30 Search for Tomorrow 1100 AM My Children 11 30 Let's Make 1200 Newtywed Game 1230 News 100 General Hospital 1 30 One Lite to Live 2 00 American Style 2 30 Wizard of 3 00 Three on a Match 3 30 Girl In My Life 4 00 Split Second 4 30 Brady Bunch 500 Paseword THI LirNMNDOl HMALO-7 TV highlights TUESDAY _ I Cb. 7. is bitten by a ratUeanake after aiding three teen-agers trapped in a burning EM I Private prison wedding vows unite jailed killer vehicle and It a hospital patient. MOVIE 'The Girl Likely TV 0.13. A TV-movie about the an ufly college girl trying to land a husband. Bea 7 Cfe. 7. The truth U reveal- ed about Carol's tattoo when she hu it removed. Mary Tyler I Ch. 7. Romance com- es to irraprenlble but Mary warns her to play it cool. CRIME Police Ch. 7. A dangerous first assignment sends a rookie undercover man to buy illegal dope. CRIME DRAMAK Ch. 13. An unsuccessful hit on a syndicate boss Kojak into a mob war. Freat Page Ch. 7. Don Alberta Minister of Federal and Intefpnvincial is the guest panelist. DOCTOR Mareas 11 Ch. 13. When a psychiatric therapist learns he has a serious illness it complicates his work with emotionally disturbed children. Some Honorable If Ch. 7. Patriot Watson is host and interviews backbenchers from the various parties. MOVIE Goddess of 12 Ch. 7. A story of zombies in ancient Rome. WEDNESDAY MOVIE 1 Ch. 13. An American and an Asian are set to fight a two-man war on an un- inhabited Pacific island to save the world from nuclear an- nihilation. CANON Ccto. and I will be married come hell or high actress Sue Lyon vowed shortly before the was married to a prisoner in a private ceremony. Miss wore a cream colored floor length dress and carried white roses at- tached to a white family Bible. The wedding which included the groom's mother and four were search- ed and passed through a metal detector as they walked into the room. Miss who soared to fame as the 14-year-old sex kitten in the film told reporters a few hours before the Sunday wedding she did not want them present for the ceremony. you take one picture of the I will not only sue you but physically have you she said. The Gary Cotton is serving M-to- 40-year sentences for second degree aggravated assault and a federaTterm for bank robbery from a term for of narootks. All terms are concurrent. SUE LYON COTTON ANDERSON He has been in prison since m Miss Lyon said she met Adamson through a friend while be was a prisoner in the Los Angeles County Jail two years ago. They have been together only during visiting separated by the glass dividers of the visiting room. Twice Miss Lyon was married at 17 to Los Angeles writer Hampton Francher and later to Los Angeles photographer Roland Harrison. The Francher marriage lasted two years and the Harrison marriage about 10 months. Miss Lyon says the length of Adamson's prison term does not bother her. a strain on every she said. will be were brought up to believe that if you love someone and want to be with you get she said. SMALLEST MOTOR The smallest motor in 'the world was developed in California in 1965 by William McLeUan. With an output of one-millionth of one its only suggested use has been to run a merry-go-round in a flea cir- CHAMPION STEER A crossbred Brahma- Hereford bull named Aught unseated 476 of his 482 mounts in under eight seconds to become the world's champion bucking steer in the early 1960s. Bill Kucheran's Turntable Topics No doubt about Simon's talent cus. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre NEW in color. Starring George C. Stacy Keach and Jane Alexander. Tuesday and November 6 and 7. Tuesday show at p m. Restricted Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre OF in color. Starring Bruce Lee. Tuesday. November 6 show at p.m. Restricted Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre AND PAIN and the Whole Damn in color. Starring Marrie Smith and Timothy Bottoms Tuesday and November 6 and 7. Tues- day at 8.15 p.m. not suitable for children. TABER Tower theatre in Starring 'Lester arid Neville BraYid. Tuesday alia November 6 and 7. Tuesday shows p.m Family. I Appearing Nightly November 5th to f 7th i There Goes Rhymin' Simon Paul Simon. While his talent showed in the Simon and Garfunkle any question as to Paul Simon's ability is put to rest 'with this album. melodically and production- U is first class. All the songs are fresh and drawing on a variety of influences and all possess a strength of melody that rivals some of the Beatle's best work. His arrangements are the songs being neither over nor under just excellently recorded and with his amazing vocal range keeping every song fresh and distinc- tive. In his which range from a comment on American society to a lullaby for his one finds something so many other artists try to and fail to provide an insight into the and oneself. These factors com- bine to mak'e this near perfect album a rock classic. bia KC '5 4 Mott Mott the Hoople. This English quartet carried on with limited success until last when David Bowie authored their hit song The Young and produced their album of the same name. Bowie has since broken his links with the but this new album sounds in many ways like a progression of Bowie's It's basic rock and their rhythm guitars and along with their Bowie-influenced vocals they employ violins and a synthisizer. All the songs nave a strong are well produced and have good melodies. Certain faults un- dermine the such as overuse of sound effects and other non-musical a lack of variety between some and medicore lyrics On the whole it is one of the most solid rock and roll efforts released and it should raise the prominence KC The Smoker You The Player You Get Joe Walsh. Joe Walsh was for all intents and purposes the James Gang. Last year he released a fine solo l.p. This second solo disc has Walsh's vocals and synthisizer backed up effectively by Joe Vitale and and Kenny Passarelli who were on and keyboard man Rocky Grace. Aganrbis. music achieves an excellent blend of guitars and drums and -keyboards combine with Walsh's distinctive muffled voice and subtle but effective synthisizer work. When applied to the lilting but rhythmic it's a unique resulting in an album of very high quality. Dunhill Still Pete Sinfield. MARG OSBORNE at the MINERS' 733- 13th St. N. Members and Invited guests Wedding telecast to total 7 hours Formerly lyricist with King Pete Sinfield recent- ly left the group to work as a record producer and to record this where he is joined by such friends as Greg Mel Collins and John Wetton. It is his lyrics images that include a description of night- time an ode to organic food and a metaphysical comment on life that dominate the both in their presence and in the fact several songs are semi-recited. The musical which includes moody rock and even a country is generally with syn- thisizers and string arrangements appearing often. Cinfield's vocals are in their lack of power and his almost Shakespearian delivery An interesting it is a very good attempt at providing a proper musical vehicle to highlight an artistS's lyrical statements. MC Consider The Heart iuny Kosinec. Tony Kosinec emerged from Toronto's Yorkville in 1968 as one of Canada's brightest hopes for but his albums for Columbia sold and he was out of the music scene until his signing with Canada's Smile Records. As his single Things Come From he is a talented and proficient artist. His album is composed of rock-influenced ballad-type marked by his distinct melody style. His lyrics are and the record is well COMMMTY SERVICES DtPWTMEHT CITYOFLETHBRIDQB MEN'S GYM SWUM PROGRAM CIVIC SPORTS CENTRE COMPLEX 11 ft Bth Avenue couth Thf program will consist of moderate physical exercise and recreational games In the gym. followed by a refreshing swim In the Fritz Sick Pool. Wednesday evenings from p.m. November 7 December 1973 and January 9 February 1974 and February 27 April 1974. 21 Seeelons All gentlemen interested In taking part may register In GYM 1 of the CIVIC SPORTS CEN- TRE on opening NOVEM- BER 1973 starting at p.m. Running gym a bathing suit and towel are the recommended equipment Items. for 7 sessions for 14 sessions for 21 sessions for conuct the COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT'S office at 256. Qy JAMES NELSON OTTAWA -Combined facilities of United States and Canadian television networks will bring Canadians seven hours of CBC-TV coverage of Princess Anne's Nov. 14 wedding. The CTV network plans two hours of live coverage and a half-hour wrap-up of the highlights. CBC-TV's coverage will include interviews with the princess and Capt. Mark interviews with the bridegroom's and even an interview with the of- ficiating the Archbishop of Canterbury. The publicly owned network's coverage will begin Nov. with a one hour documentary special produced by Harry Rasky of produced jointly by the CBC and the American Broadcasting Company. Douglas is host of the with filmed scenes of Buckingham the royal wedding and Westminster Abbey. On Nov. CBC- TV will carry a half hour interview with Princess Anne and Capt. filmed at Buckingham Palace by the BBC and Britain's independent network. particularly vocally. Some of the songs are too off-beat to be completely but the album is a good which should final- ly establish Kosinec as a successful artist. SMS First Water Sharks. Sharks are a recently form- ed English consisting of drummer Marty Simon Montreal lead singer guitarist Chris Spedding and former Free bassist Andy Eraser Fraser has since left the replaced by Music's Rik They stick to an live sounding form of blues-rock similar to the Faces or Humble Pie. A cnsp rhythm dominates each with Snips' vocals resembling a combination of Joe Cocker and Rod Stewart Although handicapped by weak melodies and lack of it provides a type of elemental rock some may en- joy. Records MCA paramount cinema NEXT ATTRACTION Paramount Pictures UULT presents the return of the greatest love story of all time. PARAMOUNT PICTURES FILM TV ANNOUNCING Townhouse Men's Hairstyling 710A-3rdAve. S. directly across from the new Safeway Store WILL NOW BE OPEN Thursday and Fridays until p.m. FRANCO ZEFFIRELLI ROMEO Show Times PARAMOUNT THtATM Short LAST COMPLETE SHOW' FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINIMA Short SubMcu. FRITZ THE 7.60 LAST COMPLETE 9'10 RESTRICTED ADULT COUIM CINIMA Shor 7'00 9-05 ENTER THE LAST COMPLETE 9.06 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN LMMJJMMSMrir FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT NOW SHOWING at p.m. KIRK DOUGLAS i he ultimata in Martial Arts adventure and Not For CMMran NOW SHOWING at pjn. RESTRICTED INTRODUCING NOW SHOWING ;