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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD fridai', Soplcniber 8, 1972 Notley prods B.C., Alberta EDMONTON (CT> Grant Notley, Alberta NDP Lender, said here the governments at Alberta and British Columbia should get together to consider areas of joint com era in tho Peace Kivcr region. Sir. Notley said in a state- ment the two governments should "tackle the problem oi industrial development" in tho area. He said Alberta is trying to withdraw from the federal regional economic expansion program, wliile tlie B.C. gov- ernment is trying to include the Peace area in the program. The NDP leader said if B.C. s successful, "it could hamper industrial growth in the Alber- la portion of the Peace." OPENS IN CAPITAL OTTAWA (CP) the original Canadian musical revue by David Warrack, playing at the Studio Theatre in Ottawa's National Arts Centre from Sept. 5 to 30. The produc- tion %vas originally given 208 performances at the Theatre in the Dell in Toronto. Ottawa will be added to the market area for a cast-recording album which currently is available only in Toronto and Calgary, Warrack's hometown. Gels 20 vears in drug case The University of Lethbridge Department of Music INTERESTED CHORAL SINGERS ore Invited to apply for membership in THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE CHOIR (Conductor IUCIEN NEEDHAM) LOUISE CHAPMAN) Weekly Rehearsals: Assumption School Auditorium, I4lh Avenue and 24th Street South Tuesdays, p.m. Commencing September 12 Applicalion, with note oF experience, to: PROFESSOR NEEDHAM DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE LETHBRIDGE, AlBERTA (319-2338) EDMONTON (CP) A 41- year-olii man was sentenced to 20 years in prison today by Provincial Judge J. C. Cough- Ian who was told the 704 cap- sules ol heroin found in tho man's possession was the larg- est seizure of the drug ever made by city police. Francis Roy Hodges, of no fixed address, was given tho sentence two weeks after ho pleaded guilty to possession of the drug for the purposes of trafficking. Judge Coughlan told Hodges a pre-sentence report indicated be required supervision and thd I heavy sentence was "for the good of the public and for your own good." Bill Kucheran Turntable topics SCHOOL'S OUT ALICE COOPKM (Warner Bros. HS School's Out must rate as one of the top albums of the year by a group that is per- haps North America's top rock band. The album is all cre> atively produced from the school desk packaging to the music a few songs about Alice's seemingly favorite top- ics, death and insanity, several loud songs decrying school, a couple horn dominated jazz tunes (one based on the music from the Peter Gum TV show) [their messages (eg. Angela Da- It's..: "Party Time" Congenial parlies a Host of friends The time of your life me yours as a member of our club! Over 100 club members act as hosts by Introducing you to other members at our fabulous fun-filled trips and oirtlngs For Information without obligation, phone 3277935 A Personal Interview is Required! Top Hat Dance Club INTERNATIONAL AFFILIATED MEMBER 1972 gggr AMP CLEARANCE SAVE FROM 10% -50% ON NEW AND USED AMPS Our preient stock to bo reduced to make way for new models arriving shortly, Exclusive Garnet lifetime warranty on new Instruments (includes 1 year on tubes and Wa fi nonce and take trades. P.A. SYSTEMS l-PRO P.A. SYSTEM S 764 1-PRO P.A. 4 CHANNEL 8 INPUT WITH REVERB 798 1-5ES5IONMAN P.M. 255 Walt I105O (1-ENFORCER P.A......................... 5 209 1-TKIPPER P.A........................... S 360 LEAD AMPS l-BTO SPECIAL 83O 1-PRO LEAD (wilh reverb) S 649 BASS AMPS 1 -PRO BASS S 48O l-BTO TUB BASS 995 1-REBEL BASS SPECIAL {Good for beginner) ___ 295 USED and MISCELLANEOUS LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SOCIAL and DANCE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th 9 p.m. MOOSE HALL-1234 3rd AVE. N. Music by the "COUNTRY THREE" FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE Sept. 9th 9 p.m. FOX YOUR DANCING PLEASURE WE FEATURE MUSIC BY 'FIORINO'S ORCHESTRA' MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME a song containing the theme from AVest Side Story, and even a sentimental song about the sadness of. leaving school nnd friends. The members of Alice Cooper are all from suburban Ameri- can homes, and on this album they illustrate it by doing songs influenced by TV, movies, and school. They are one of the few groups to sing songs their mid- dle-class raised audience can directly relate to, and they per- form with such ability that they should bo around the music scene for a long time to come. s c SOMETIME IN NEW YORK CITY JOHN AND YOKO PLASTIC ONO BAND with ELEPHANT'S MEMORY (Apple SVBB A very dis- appointing album by the tal- ented ex-Beatle and his wife. It is a two record set, the jam record consisting of the Len- non's jamming with Frank Zappa's Mothers at the Fillmore, and a 1969 perform- ance in London. But except for an excellently done rock num- ber with Zappa, the majority of the m u s i c on the disc talk into the screaming Don't Worry Kyoko category. On the feature disc, Jolin and Yoke have produced a set of songs mostly being variations of old rock and roll forms. The tunes are all well-written and produced, with the strong sax of Elephant's Memory's Stan Bronstein highlighting the rec- ord. What kills this, though, arc HTV HIGHLIGHTS I SESSIONMAN 12" Aulell S 425 ASTRO AMPS (good for beginners) S 48 REEL P.A. SYSTEM S 25O HENZOG S 95 REVERB UNITS S 95 if We also itocj Oral Roterls London Special News (c) Scooby Doo Pussycals Archies Fat AlUrl Bugs Bunny Sabrlna Baseball (c] Open-Air Campaigners News Haw KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 {Cablevfsion Ch. 11) FRIDAY SATURDAY Funky Phanlom SiOO News _ News (c) a Jatl Tha Fear Fighters The Osmondi Summer Olympics Movie: Jungl Lidwme Cc> Monfcees Agriculture _.. Wide World of i: Murder el the Gallop Sports 6-30 Summer Olympic! Olympics American Football Banctsfarvd rDQiuoii CHympIc ;