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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ___________. Octobor 4, THE inHBRIOOt HEBAIO 5 TV HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNESDAY SI-OUT: Uasclioll, C p.m.. Cli. 7. The New York Mots meet the Expos at Montreal. WESTERN: Gmismoke, 6 ji.ni., Ch. 13. An episode In- volving a reward tor captured Indians. SPECIAL: Miss Cnlgary I'agcant. p.m., Ch. 13. A live telecast ot the pageant from the Allied Arts Centre, Calgary. MOVIE MUSICAL: 9 p.m., Ch. 13. The movie version ot Rodgcrs and Hammcrslcin's Broadway clas- sic starring Gordon MacKae and Sliirlcy Jones. 1NTEHVIEW: Gaslight, p.m., Ch. 1. Angus Mc- Kinnon historian (or the Calgary Exhibition Board, tells of the start of lite Calgary Stampede by Guy Weadick in 1912 and how it became known today as the "Greatest Show on Earth." INTERVIEW: Mcrv Griffin, a.m., Ch. 13. Carol Lynley, Dr. Irwin Stillnjan and Joe Flynn are among the guests. THURSDAY COMEDY DRAMA: 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A Neapolitan blend of social comedy, laughter and tears starring Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs ere titled by the radio and television nations. Any variation in program ichedule is due to last- minute (hangei by Ihe stations and is not the respon- sibility of Ihe Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Morley McGill and Allan Bell: Contemporary News Doug Marvin: Contemporary Sports Loo Dow: Farm News MONDAY Ihr Farm N FRIDAY Leo Dow ws John Oliv I :W P'j Kin Land Ifllw Chec Trading Post Caltle Prices Paul Teller CJOG ir News with Bill Skelton, Rod Whitt, Bill Motheson Sport Brent Seely and Don Maclean Farm and Ranch Doug Card WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY News, Wlhr, Sporl 5-00 Probe tMO Jim Elltol News and Grain Worm at Six CBC Nev.s prices John Charles Barry Hegland jim ElUot Probo 1230 1570 6: 00 World at 5.x ft CHEC FM -fc News, Wlhr., Sports Hourly MON. THRU SAT. Bob Conclff Den MacMasler Ccncerls (Bob CBR Radio 1010 Calgary WED NIGHT Written In Kappe'ni THURSDAY Concern Eye Opener NEWS, Sporls, Wtrir at 8 From the Capliais nrwncr Five Nlghls a week: t'e Vancouver Nalicnsl This Art Orchestra Radio Noon Slotkmarktt Take il Iram Here Aftax Ferguson Bob Kcrr Home Run BBC News Mews World at 8 AS it Happen; See It It's New ANGLO MODEL TC-30 SONY CAR CASSETTE SYSTEM Deluxe stereo playback car cassette system. Features: instalcad system; automatic continuous reverse system plays easseltc over until you push eject button; 12 watts output; fast forward and rewind buttons can be locked; automalic eject aj end of tape in fast forward and rewind modes. mounting hardware. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo ana Pkotoytaphic 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" Channel 7 (Cableviiion Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Movie: Lets Make a Deal Thc Visif fc> Tcleprobe 7 (cj Baseball Sports Week Lawrence Welk LaugTi-ln News Le) THURSOAV B-.ra Super Heroes Wizard Or arxl Farm Facts Pinocchio Mr. Dressup Friendly Gianl Chez Jwn Bill Kuvheran HOPE LISTENS AS FISCHER DIRECTS Bob Hope listens as the world's champion chess player, Bobby Fischer, tells the TV crew what will happen as they rehearse a skit to be seen on the Bob Hope Special Oct. 5th. Fischer, who recently boat the Rus- sian champion, Boris in Iceland for the world title will be one of the featured guests on fhe TV show. Turntable topics WAKA HOT HATS Frank Zappa; Bizarre MS 091 From his role as leader of he Mothers of Invention to liis iwn solo work, Zappa is one of he most talented and influcn- ial musicians in Ihe rock scene. Waka Jawaka Hot Hats comes as a welcome change 'rom his recent semi-comic vork with the Mothers (now In an album containing sur- mising amounts of brass, side me is a slow instrumental at- :empt at loose jazz that is on Jie whole loo incoherent to Lc termed good music. Side two has "Your a modified blues song about marital infidelity, followed by "One Shot a song em- ploying a favorite Zappa tech nique of using many diverse tempos. tin last tune, is the second instru mental horn-dominated jaz song, and comes off as a ver; well done number. Fairly good, while not oui standing, this album shoul I please those who have pre strong addition to the grow-j Latin influenced numbers form ng body of music mixing rock the musical basis of "Full Cir- ndi roll witli soul and blues. I clc." CIHCLK, liy The Doors ileHra 75038. Tliis is the second Doors al- m since the death of their ead singer Jim Morrison. Rock ml roll combining with soft under arrest BILBAO, Spain (AP) IV ice said Tuesday they have ar- rested eight Basque nation- alists, including .Jore Luis Ar- eche Orejon, 25, described as :he political ringleader of the ETA guerrilla organization in Vizcaya and Alava provinces. Police said Arteche, arrested after a shooting in downtown Bilbao recently, was Ihc brains behind a series of holdups and 1 sccnc. other terrorist activity in the Basque country in July and Au-' gust. ETA, abbreviation for Basque Land and Libtvty, seeks inde- But it lacks the excellence of their previous album "Other and Ihe power of the Morrison albums. The album seems a hit hollow for such a lalented group, a somewhat disappointing achievement. GRAVE NEW hy Slrawbs: A and M SI' A five-man English group. Slrawbs lake a solid base from its original acoustic guitar- dominated English folk tunes and adds its own intricate back- ing (featuring mellitron, auto- harp and dulcimer instrumen- The phylosopliical lyrics arc good enough to be considered poetry, and athough Strawbs may lack the polish of the Moody Blues or the flash of Emerson, Lake and Palmer. its fresh folk-orchestral sound adds an excellent new dimen- sion to the "classical-rock" If 1 i P'ease tl-.ose who have pro Lanci and Libtvtv, seeks inde- C anadian musician dies MONTREAL (CP) Denny Vaughan, Toronto-born orches- tra leader, musician, and music arranger died Monday night at his home here after a lengthy illness. Mr. Vaughan, 50, the first or- chestra leader at Montreal's Queen Elizabeth Hotel, ar- ranged music for several U.S. television personalities. His last public appearance as an orchestra leader was at the formal opening of. the vast hydroelectric power project earlier this at Churchill Falls, Nfld. He studied music at the Uni- versity of Toronto. He joined the Canadian Armed Forces and was assigned to the Cana- dian Band during the Second World War. Mr. Vaughan slayed in Eng- land for a number of years after the war, returning home and lo the U.S. where he b came music arranger for Eddie Fisher, Kate Smith and other performers. Mr. Vaughan relumed I Canada in the early 1950s anc ormed his own orchestra, pcr- orming first on radio and then n his own television show. In 1958 he moved with his or- chestra to the Queen Elizabeth Intel, just after the downtown lotet opened. He later moved to Hollywood, Calif., and became musical consultant to the Smothers Brothers and Glen Campbell. Mr. Vaughan returned to Montreal more than a year ago to work in and around the cily. Calgary nudity pondered OTTAWA (CP) What is nudity and is it offensive? The Supreme Court of Can- ada decided Tuesday to look into those two points of law. Its decision might mean the down- fall of G-strings and pasties across Ihe country. The issue was brought before the court when a lawyer for Kelly Johnson, a Calgary strip- per, apked (he court for leave to appeal the con- ALBERTA HEATRES FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "PLAZA SUITE" In Color. Starring Walter Mathau and Maureen SlaplcUm. Wednesday, October 4, show at p.m. Adult not suitable lor children. News-. Spot Gaslight CFCM-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) Luncheon PJnk Panther TruIJi or Consequences rfancy Miller (c: Hollywood Squan Ed Allan (c) Take 30 Edge of Nighf Family Courl Drop In Lels Wake a De viction last Decemher for nn immoral nightclub perform- ance. The Alberta Court of Appeal has upheld the conviction, nil- ing that her total public nudity was, by its very nature, "immoral, inrlcceni or obscene performance." In granting leave for the Su- preme Court appeal, Mr. Jus- tice Ronald Marl land said the court will docido whether "nud- ity in a public place lawful excuse is a breach ol moral standards in Canada.' Under the Criminal Code person is nude who is so clac as to offend against public de- cency or order." judges now must decide whether public standards are basically unchanged since nud- ity was first outlawed in 1931. If the decision rules that total nudity is within the bounds of public decency, it will mean some security for the numerous strip clubs now operating in un- certain legality. satirically oriented material done with the Mothers. NEVEK A DULL MOMENT, by Rod .Stewart; Mercury Mercury SRM 1 Wti Since the success of the single "Maggie from "Every Picture Tells A Rod Stewart has a hot; musical property. This album i should continue to maintain his i stature. Although basically the same; rock-blues mixture he has re- leased before, the alburn con- tains a great enough variety in music (from original composi- tions lo those of Dylan, Hen- ix and Sam to give it freshness while still compli- menting Stewart's raucous style. Wliile many may find the que Vizcaya and Guipuzcoa. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Cerlificd Dental Mechanic Suite 8-304 51h SI. S. Ph. 327-7244 GATES OPEN P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. j LAST TIME TONIGHT 'The Statue' In Color DAVID NIVEN RESTRICTED ADUIT and Other Strangers' RESTRICTED ADULT 18 YEARS AND OVER disc a bit monotonous, (he Rod Stewart fan should enjoy it immensely. GEHONIMO BLACK; Uni Led by ex-Mother of Inven- tion Jimmy Carl Black, Gero-' nimo Black consists of sax and flute players Dunk Gardener (also from Ihe Mothers) and! Tjay Contrelli, guitarist Denny bassist Tom Lcavey and Andy Cahan on keyboards. Except for several lighter cuts, their music is a blues- soul-rock mixture, combining the musical influences of blues and the instrumentation and feeling from sou! with the beat of rock. A well produced album, it Is THURS., FRI. and SAT. He was like a father to them...and they did what any good sons would do, ADULT IPfc! Tech From Warner Bros, A Kmney Company' News GiirtSmcki- Mls-s Calgary Pageant (ei Or. in Ihe HGUSI Oklahoma '71 ft.) A'.erv Grilfin THURSDAY Thought (or Day V cl Air Bucfcshct (c) Roorn FUnlslones le) A.M. Movie: FAarnage IfaJiar; 5lyle (c) fcily 2r3iJ Somefset (c) Calendar (ct Another World (c) Parlors' Francals Worrt Trouble with Tracy Any'hlng You Can Life Slyle Do (cl Pierre Bertcm fc) 5iar Trek fc) Beat 1ha Paul Lynrfe KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Carol Burner! (c) Medical Centre Cannon CO Mannlx (c) News Tonight show THURSDAY Our World Salute Agriculture Concentration Today Sale of Iho Cenlury AriOlher World Hollywood Squarei Secret S1orm Jeopardy Mike Dnuglai Who, What, Where Family Affair Gamete) Joker's Wild Ncv.'S tie Today Show As the World Turru News NBC Nlgrilly News (c) KPBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11} WEDNESDAY NtGHT News Truth or Consequences (ct Paul Lyncle Snow Movie: Rolling Man THURSDAY Farm News News Captain Kangaroo News (c) Jack LaLannc Julie Andrew Newi lOrJO Mrovie: k'onA Coast Lels Make a De. Newlywed Game News General Hospital One Life Our (c) Audrey (c) Dinah's Place Galloping Gourmet Three en a Mflfi Where tria Heart Is Dating Gar Net Search for Tomorrow AH My Chlfdren Last of Curlew Password fVcwJ 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 51 NO5. IN 52 NOS. IN 53 NOS. If no Bingo called after 53 numbers we will continue for 10A GAME- PICTURE FRAME NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AUOWEDI PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY, OCT. 5 SUNSET 4 FRIDAY, OCT. 6 SUNSET 4 SATURDAY, OCT. 7 MELOCANTOS Showtirnes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects Burglars" Lost Complete Show PAKAMOUNT CINEMA and Alexandra" One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Boxcar Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "The Statue" "Lovers and Other Slrangcrs" One Complete Show BUY BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS 5 TICKETS FOR THE PRICE OF 4 TONSTE and THURS. at and S p.m. OMAR JEAN-PAUL jllARIF'BELMONDQ DYAN CANNON A REAL THRILLER flL CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13lh STREET NORTH EVENING ENTERTAINMENT WED., THE ROCK GROUP "Anything Goes" THURS. THE OLD TIME GROUP "Vagabonds" FRIDAY and SATURDAY "AlBERTANS" MEMBERS ANO INVITED GUESTS 4 CINEMA 3E7-5IOO PLEASE NOTE! "Nicholas and Alexandra'7 FINAL SHOWING FRIDAY MATINEE AT 2 P.M. ACADEMY AWARD WINNER! I Best Art Direction Best Costume Design A SPIEGIl-FRANKUN J. SCKAFFNFfl PRODUCTION Nicholas and ASexancBra d AHOitlZON FILM from COLUJAaiA PICTURES [ijC. FINAL MATINEE FRIDAY AT P.M TONIGHT thru FRI. Showing gl p.m. only RESTRICTED ADULT fiT TONITE and THURS. AT AND P.M. PLAYBOY MAGAZINE GAVE IT 6 PULL PAGES EVENING ONE SHOW AT P.M. THE ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL Presents "THE MSMURA HARP ENSEMBLE" OF JAPAN YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Thurs., Oct. 5th p.m. ADULTS 2.00 STUDENTS 1 03 TICKETS ON SALE AT LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Andy Russell CARES ABOUT YOU Will Be With Mitchell Sharp, Secreary for External Affairs at 8 p.m. Thursday for a Discussion Forum at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant. Liberal Headquarters 328 6th St. S. Phone 328-2358 ;