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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE ICTHBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, Nov.mher 35, 1975 Bill Uncliernn Turntable topics EVERYBODY'S IN SHOW I1JZ THE KIMCS (RCA Victor The Kinks have always been heavily in- volved in 'concept' albums. Their last three have covered middle-class English life ('Ar- the makings of becoming a rock star ('Lola vs. Power- and lower class English life CMuswoll 'Ev- erybody's In Show for the most part, covers the road life of Ihe rock and roll hero. Once again Ray Davics has managed to have his I'-rics paint a vivid picture the dreary life of petting up each day lo face more travelling, eating bland meals, and playing bcofre un- is close to 'Muswell Hillbillies' combining songs ranging from West Indian to hillbilly-coun- try, sleazy honky-tonk, and a Rod Stewart sounding rocker by Dave Davics. In addition lo (he five members of the group, the disc also contains extensive work by trumpeter Mike Cot- Ion and John Beecham on trom- bone, which helps give the rec- ord its English music hall tlavor, The set also contains a live disc, and while not specta- cular, it does provide good ver- sions of some of material [rom earlier Ips. Although mu- sically the album is a slight bit below their usual high average, the two-record-for-the-nrice-of- appreciative audiences, along I ope set is well worth it for any v.'ilh the lonely times in hotels Kinks fan, or anyone interest- where one woncicrs if it's all I ed in sampling the music of the worth it. Mubically, the record I Kinks. SPECEAL OF THE MONTH Recommended far use in most portable tooe recorders, flashlights, games and motorized applicatio.-.l. Limited supplies available at: TERRY'S SOUTHSIDE WATT'S CONFECTIONERY TABER SUPERMARKET -AND- LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Paramount Theatre Bldg. Phone 328-4080 IAS VEGAS TOUR M low AS 126.50 JANUARY 20-7 DAYS (Transportation and nccommodalions.) Fret entertainment available. PALM SPRINGS............... FEB. 10-14 DAYS Reno, San Franciscg, Disneyland, Lai Vegas. Book Now Limited Number Of Tickets Available! NORTHERN BUS TOURS Phone 327-3536 Lethbridge, Alto. Toun escorted personally by STEVE F. KOTCH. DOM mm mm? Makes dancing a liltlo difficult, right? But don't worry. This problem can easily overcome and you'll never have U> use that tired old expression of "two left feet" again. Come in lo sec us at tile Monte Carlo Dance Academy and we'll have you dancing any or nil of the popular dances in jiist a few fun-filled lessons Derido now lo put your best foot forward, and assure yourself of a good time for the rest of your lifcl Blossom Only If yc'i call now 53S I3lh St. N. LETHBRIDGE CaiL CLOSE TO THE EDGE YES (Atlantic SD Yes jumped into the 'classical-phy- loEophicaP rock spotlight with the release of the album 'Frag- ile' earlier Uu's year. 'Close to The Uieir fiftli album, is the most technicaUy proficient to date. The strong pulsating in- stnimentation is excellently mixed this album relics the least on the domincnce of Jon Anderson's fine voice. It is also the most conceptual of the Yes albums, as only three songs make up the record. The hazy, yet fascinating lyrics provide a proper philosophical mood. The record could use slightly more melodic variety (the album that their third, "The Yes Al- must rate as their But it is their most powerful yet, superior to 'Fragile.' and a record where Ihe goup's tal- ents as a whole are most dom- inant. IN A BROKEN DREAM PYTHON LEE JACKSON (GNP Crescendo Python Lee Jackson is a four- man group consisting of leader and songwriter David Bently keyboards and vocals, drum- mer David Montgomery, Mike Liber on guitar and bass play- er Tony CahUl, On this album (hey are joined by guitarist Gary Boyle and Rod Stewart, who does the vocals on three of the 10 songs. The band special- izes in the loose blues-rock and roll as epitomized by the Faces or the Stones. On the Rod Stew- art songs, particularly the title cut, the group furnishes a seeth- ing backdrop for Stewart's voice, especially in some great guitar work, which unfortunate- ly isn't used too much on Ihe album. The remainder of thi disc is fairly good, although tin band seems limited on some cuts and Bently's Bob Dylanish voice isn't suited for the more raucous songs on lha record It's not a bad record, and shouk the group improve on their few weak points, they have pc tential enough for great star- dom. HAItTWOOD EDGE TIM IVElSIiERG (A and M SP Tim Weisberg plays flute, from the alto to bass ver- sions. On this instrumental rec- ord he is joined by a phalanx of musicians ranging from rock Jim Gordon to the big band sax of Bud Shank. The instrumentation of homs, key- boards, dmms and guitars, varying on each cut, does fine job of solidly backing Weis- berg's flute. The onginal selec- t'ons done are all melodic and therefore suited to the flute, and the record strikes an even balance between the slow, lilt- ing songs, and the faster, e'eetric ones. Weisberg's flute playing Itself Is solid and pleas- ing. If you are a serious flute connoiseur Hurtwood Edge is your kind of music. DOGS POISONED ISERNIA, Italy (AP) Sev- enteen dogs taken on a hunling outing near this central Italian .own died after eating poisoned meat, police repelled ST. PAUL'S UNITED CHURCH MILK RIVER Is proud to announce ALWAYS A GUEST by J01TCE SASSE la now available at HOUSE OF BOOKS 319 8lh Sf. S. 5OUTHMIN5TER UNITED CHURCH 1011 4lh Ave. S. FIRST UNITED CHURCH 502-ISIh St. N. MtKILLOP UNITED CHURCH 2329- 15th Ave. S. HIGHLIGHTS SATURDAY SPORT: NHL Hockey, p.m., Cli. 7. The California Golden Seals meet the Leafs in Toronto. COMEDY: Bridget Loves Bcrnlc, 7 p.m., Cli. 13. Social snobbery is the issue in "The In-laws Who Came to Dinner." COMEDY: and Son. Cli. 13. Rivalry over the rump roast as Fred's fiancee brings a guest to dinner. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "The 9 p.m., Ch. 7. The first of Denn Martin's three Matt Helm this one about a plot to scuttle a U.S. missile base. MOVIE MYSTERY: "The Judge and Jake 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Bette Davis is the main attraction in this TV ivliodmiil. MOVIE DRAMA: "Women o( 1Z midnight, Ch. 7. The story of conflicting personalities In a melolrama about wealth, murder and revenge on the Riviera. MOVIE COMEDY: "The Amorous Adventures of Moll 12 midnight, Cli. 13. All 18th century orphan Jumps from bed to bed to become a gentleman's lady. SUNDAY SPORT: NFL Football, 12 noon, Ch. 7. The Green Bay Packers meet the Redskins at Washington. SPORT: CFL Football, 12 noon, Ch. 13. The Ottawa Rough Riders meet the Tiger-Cats in Hamilton in the second game of a two-game total points final scries. MOVIE DRAMA: "In Broad 5 p.m., Ch. 13. A TV movie with Richard Boone as a blind matinee idol plc-Liing to kill his wife. FAMILY: World of Disney, 6 [i.m., Ch. 7. First of a two- part adventure tale about a wild black leopard, a Buddhist monk and the monk's young disciple set among Ceylon's scenic attractions. CRIME DHAJIA: Mol Squad, p.m., Ch. 13. The story of high-IQ students who turn their talents to crime. ADVENTURE: "The 7 p.m., Cli. 7. An old abandoned totem pole kindles a controversy that brings Jess Jin close to murder. COMEDY DRAMA: and the p.m.. Ch. 7, A scary treasure hunt in a temple reportedly haunt- ed by an axe-wielding ghost. HISTORICAL: "The British p.m., Cli. 13. "Beyond the Black Stump" traces the history of the Aus- tralian Outback during the 19th century. VARIETY: Julie Andrcwi Hour, 8 p.m., Cli. 7. Tony Randall and Keith Michel] in salutes to Noel Coward, the English music hall and songs from a number of well- known musicals. CRIME DRAMA: Mannlx, I p.m., Ch. 13. Mannbt goes after the unknown murderer of a fellow private eye. MOVIE COMEDY: "Lilies of the 12 midnight. Ch. 7. Sidney Poitier won an Oscar for his portrayal of en, itinerant handyman dealing with a group of German uuns. MONDAY MOVIE DOCUMENTARY: 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A compilation of scenes from the late Marilyn Monroe's films. CARTOON SPECIAL: "Horton Hears a p.m., Ch. 13, A delightful family cartoon by Dr. Scuss with the message being: everybody needs a helping hand. SATURDAY NIGHT at the LEGION VIMY LOUNGE 'CHARADES' CABARET 4CHIMO' MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLYI Plan fo see the beautifully animated Canadian production of Oscar Wilde's classic story for children, The Selfish Giant, on CFCN TV Channel 13 Tuesday, November 28th from to p.m. Brought to you by 51 SIMPSONS-SEARS Pincher Creek priest quits VATICAN CITY (AP) Tope Paul has accented the resigna- tion of Msgr. Henri Routhier of Grouard-McLennan, Alta., for reason of health, and named an- other Canadian bishop, Msgr. Henri Legare, to replace him, the Vatican announced here. Bishop Legare, 54, Is cur- rently bishop of Labrador-Shef- ferville. He was born in Willow Bunch, Sask., ordained a priest In 1943 and consecrated as bishop in 1967. Archbishop Routhier, 72, a na- tive of Pincher Creek, Alta., has headed the diocese o! Grouard for five years. QUALITY DRY CLEANING BY THE LOAD 8-lfaj. 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Repcrt Inside from the Oulsld? ivan Romanoff Music The Bealles Remember When? Cross Country Check Up Celebrations Gilmour's Albuml NHL Sound of Sport Sunday Thealrn Showcase '72 Collace News, Wthr-, Sports Warner'i Works MONDAY Eye Opener World at S Calgary Opener This Ccunlry Time Signal Radio Noon Slockmarkel Schools Max Ferguson Bob Kerr Home Pun BQC Ncwi Mews World al Six See it it's New at ANGLO CF 450 SONY 'DELUXE CASStTTE-CORDER Wilh built In eleclret powerful 1.5 watt oulpul; swing b a I a n ce mechonismj automatic shul off lyi- lem slops sel and lurns off power. Conlinuftusly adjustable monilor vol- AFC iwilch; auto- matic recording level) 3 digit lape counter; tun- ing meler. AC COrd, batteries, carrying case. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS- Steieo anJ Photoytapliic Cenlet Open ThurJ. and Fri. Til 9 p.m. Unlil Christmas for your Convenience. 419 5lh ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) SATURDAY NIGHT NHL Hockey Counlry Movie: Garner Ted Armstrong Country Music to Sea The Sllencen CJOC News Tommy Banks Movie: Woman of Straw SUNDAY Gospel Hour Captain Scarlet Sunday Hour Faith for Today Lidsville Roach tor Ihe Top NFL Hililes MOKHfiT NFL Super Heroes District 7 Wizard ol Oz Reach lor Top News, Farm and Odd Couple Disneyland Beachcomb 7 30 Anna and i Julie Andr. Sunday al Weekend News CJOC Newi Sunday Hour Movie: Lilies of the Field city Mr. Dreisup Schooll Friendly Glflnl [c) 30 Friendly Gl J5 chei Helen Miday Joan Wflterfleld King Marine Boy Pink Panlher Trulh or Suences lara'a Korner Hollywood Squsrei Ed Allan Take 30 Edge erf Silenls Please Family Courl Drop In Lcls Make a Deal CJOC CFCN-TV Lethbridge Chonnel 13 (Coblevision Ch. 4) SATURDAY NlGHT Rural Rcporl 6.CO News 1, NFB Oil Report CFL Pre Garni Kinrjo Bingo Show Bridget CFL Bernie Rex Humbard Police Surgeon PenJeccel Presents 9-05 Fashions In Missing Link Unlamcd World Sewing Sanlord and Son Garner Ted Parlons Fnncals Armslronn Troutlo wllh Traty Horst Kcchler lo.DO Lite Style Movio: Pierre Berlon Dayllgh! The New Bear University ol Air Romper Room Canada A.M. Yoga Icl Community Calendar 9.0D Movie: The Judge And Jake Wyler News News Know Your Sporls Mavie: The Amor- ous Advcnlurcs ct Mcll Flanders SUNDAY fl-10 Th-'uglif (or Day -1-H Clubl.rne Rev. 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