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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, April 19, 1974 nnipeg ballet dancers tched by packed house BUENOS AIRES (AP) The Roya! Winnipeg Ballet danced at the famed Colon Opera House here Wednesday night to a packed crowd in its first major appearance on a 2' 2-month Latin American tour. The 27-rnember dance team directed by Arnold Spohr opened its tour Tuesday night to a private crowd at the Colon for the Argentine Mozarteum Society but Wednesday's performance was its first public show. It has three more perform- ances in Buenos Aires before leaving for the interior river port city of Rosario, 200 miles north, for a two-night stand. The Winnipeg company BE SURE TO ATTEND The Annual LETHBRIDGE DISTRICT ALL BREED DOG SHOW April 20 to 21, Leth. Exhibition Pavilion leaves next week for Brazil on a Latin American trip that takes the predominantly Canadian and American dancing troupe to Cuba. The Mozarteum evening re- ceived mixed criticism from major newspapers. La Prensa, a leading con- servative daily, said of the ballet team: "If the Winnipeg is not one of the best classical ballets of the world, it has very distinguished capacities that should serve us to draw conclusions about our own Receiving major acclaim was the Jack Carter interpretation of the "pas de deux" of Rossini that La Prensa said requires "a great domination of the style.' It came off "totally success- ful" with Bonnie Wyckoff dominating prima ballerina role and Stanley Sylvester in the lead. Sylvester was judged by the newspaper as the "major credit to the company as a classical ballet dancer" with his "singular elegance" and his "dominance of the most varied technical steps.' Coming to NEDKK HAT Stop at the... FRONTIER MOTEL Excellent Accommodations. Reasonable Rates Also Weekly and Commercial Rates. Reserve Collect at 527-226S Marks birthday Celebrating her 75th birthday, silent-era screenstar Gloria Swanson made a rare public appearance during a testimonial honoring her at the Cinema Mus- eum in Paris where a festival of her films was presented. Rolling Stones roll-on film Satisfaction. FILTER PLAIN MENTHOL Warning: The Department of National Health and Welfare advises that danger to health increases with amount smoked. By STEPHEN FORD NEW YORK (NEA) The devotion of Rolling Stones fans long ago reached legendary proportions when many of them were found sleeping on city sidewalks in freezing temperatures so they could be first in line for tickets. But despite this ordinarily ferocious devotion, such fans were heard to moan bitterly about the ticket prices, especially when they had to sit light years away from the stage and could see only a miniature Mick Jagger prancing about. The miracle of cinematography may have provided a means of calming the dissidents: a feature film of the Stones' 1972 tour promoted and presented in much the same manner as their personal appearances and with just as much panache. Though Don Paulsen, a spokesman for Richard Gersh Associates, the film's promoters, hesitates to suggest this movie may be a prototype, a source at Atlantic Records, which distributes all Stones' recordings in the United States, claims it is the wave of the future and that rock devotees can expect similar movies from many of the more popular groups. Paulsen described the movie's Easter Sunday debut as "kind of a scaled-down Woodstock, Mardi Gras, early Electric Circus cum street involving exclusive use of an entire block of Manhattan's most active section for a street carnival befitting the diabolical Stones a saturnalia with mimes, sword swallowers, fire eaters, high wire aerialists, Berber tribesmen, steel bands imported from Trinidad, glittery make-up, masks and bizarre costumes. The 90-minute film, claimed to embody all the flash, excitement and histrionics of an in-the flesh performance, is billed simply "Ladies and Gentlemen, the Rolling the standard introduction for the group in concert. It is booked for a 12- city tour following the two- week stand at New York's Ziegfield Theatre. In keeping with its "live tour" concept, tickets are available at Ticketron outlets only and are limited to four per person. It will then open in scores of smaller towns over an 18- month period with tickets at the box office until anyone who wants to can see the most highly touted rock n' roll band in the world. In an attempt to recreate the atmosphere of a live concert, the movie sound track has been recorded in quadrophonic, the first film to use 16 tracks. The music will be blasted at 100 decibels, a mere 10 db less than what is actually heard during a live Stones' concert. Some four tons of sound equipment is to accompany the film across the country. "The film was first envisioned as a documentary for said Paulsen, "but after we heard the soundtrack we decided it was too good to waste on TV. We wanted to create the same feeling of 'there you are' for the thousands of fans who wanted to see the Stones in '72 but either couldn't get tickets or lived too far from where they were appearing." TV highlights FRIDAY COMEDY-DRAMA PILOT FILM: To Sir, with Love, I p.m., Ch.I. A black teacher struggles with a rebellious group of students, one of whom- is a lonely boy with only one friend a horse bound for a slaughterhouse. MOVIE DRAMA: Nlcky'i World, p.m., Ch. I. A Kaminis clan's livelihood is jeopardized when their bakery shop goes up in flames. Mark Shera stars. VARIETY SPECIAL: Bob Hope, 8 p.m., Ch. The guests who join Bob to end his 24th TV season are Ann-Margret, Bob Newhart and heavyweight champion George Foreman. VARIETY SPECIAL: Glnetle Reno, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Many well-known songs are sung as Ginette Reno and Johnny Nash get together in this hour of music. DOCUMENTARY: World it War, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. This conflict by veterans is narrated by Laurence Olivier. MOVIE DRAMA: Chubaico, 12 midnight, Ch. 7. Christopher Jones portrays a wayward youth who works on fishing boats to avoid jail. SATURDAY SPORTS: Baseball, 11 a.m., Ch. 7. The Mets in New York host the Pittsburgh Pirates. SPORTS: International Skating Conference, 11 a.m., Ch. 11. Los Angeles meets with New York. SPORTS: Baseball, 2 p.m., Ch. 9. A live telecast as the San Francisco Giants take on the Dodgers in Los Angeles. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Televison Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC 1090 Friday 3.00 Jack Neufeld 5-00 News 7-00 Paul Tessier 12-00 Roy Rennick Friday Night 5 00 Probe 1220 5 25 Sports 5 40 Market Report 5.41 Local News 6.00 World at Six Saturday 6.00 Buryl Clarke 12.00 John Oliver News Paul Tessier 12-00 Roy Rennick CJOC 1220 6.00 News 7.30 News, Wthr, Sport 12.00 News 5.15 Soccer Results 5-40 Sports 5 53 News CHEC-FM 100.9 Monday thru Friday 6.00-9.00 a m. Dom McMaster 9.00 a.m.-3.00 p.m. Concie's Carousel 3 00-6 00 p m. Don McMaster 6 00-10 00 p.m Del King 10 00-12 Midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores 12 00 Midnight Sign Off Monday, Tuesday and Friday, Del King Saturday Don McMaster pm Del King Concerts, Overtures and Encores 6.00-12.00 Del King 12.00 Concie's Carousel (All Night) Friday Nip1" CBR 1010 6.00 World at Six 6.30 As It Happens B.03 Between Ourselves 9.00 Music West News, Weather, Sports Five Nights a Week 10-30 My Word 11.03 Major Progression Saturday 6.30 Sounds Like Saturday 8 45 Notice Board 9 10 Sounds Like Saturday 9-30 Family Favorites 10-03 This Country in the Morning 10 59 Time Signal 12 10 Our Native Land 1-03 Metropolitan Opera 6 10 Demand Side SPRING Clean-Up Campaign April 15th-20th I Chinook Beverages Ltd. will now accept national I I toft drink bottles. Bring your national brand soft) (drink bottles to Chinook Beverages Ltd. 2907 2nd Ave. South (Paying Regular Depotit Extra 2 per bottle gou to Auociition for tho Retarded lor 10 oz. md tor Family bottle goes to tenon returning bottle. Chinook Beverages will continue to remain 6 days a week for the return of bottles Friday 3 00 O Hollywood Squares 01 News O Hee Haw 5 25 OB Doctor in the House 5-30 O News 0 Truth or Consequences 5 55 ID News 6.00 0 Chase O Movie Joy in the Morning 0 Brady Bunch 6.30 (D Sanford and Son 01 Six Million Dollar Man 7 00 09 Movie You'll Never See Me Again O Movie. Shoot Out at Roi Lobo 7 30 (D Odd Couple 8 00 O All in the Family O Bob Hope Special ID Toma 8-30 O Mash 0 On the Buses 9-00 O News 0 Ryan's Fancy O News O Ginette Reno 9.30 O Movie Unknown 0 Kreskin O Tonight Show 10 00 O Flip Wilson 0 FBI News 0 News 11 20 0 News 0PM. 12 000 Double Bill: 1 Strange Case of Dr. X 2 Spider Woman Strikes 0 Movie- Chubasco 2.00 0 Incredible World of James Bone Saturday Monlif 4-55 0 Farm News 5-00 0 Bugs Bunny O Telecoursc 5-30 0 Yogi's Gang O Scooby Doo 0 Super Friends O My Favorite Martian O Lassie's Rescue Rangers 7-30 o Goober and the Ghost Chasers 0 Jeannie 8 00 O Speed Buggy O Brady Bunch 6.25 ID Thought For The Day 8.30 O Tales of the Riverbank 0 University of the Air O Jossie and the Pussycats 0 Mission Magic 9 00 0 Star Trek O Uncle Bobby 0 ABC Movie of the Week O Pebbles and Bam Bam 9 30 (B Dastardly and Muttley O Jeannie O Fat Albert 10-00 0 Buckshot O Flintstones 0 Action '74 O Hair Bear Bunch 10 30 0 Waterville Gang O Sabrma 11.000 Yogi 0 Puppet People 0 International Skating Conference OTBA. 0 Fantastica 0 Goober O Basketball 0 Goober 12-00 0 You Really Can 0 Greatest Sports Legends 0 Spidewan 12-30 0 The Red Fisher Show 0 Safety Roundup 1 00 0 Outdoor Sportsman 0 Greatest Sports Legends Children's Cinema Sports Digest 0 Klahanie 0 American Trip 0 Art Instruction School 2.00 0 Wide World of Sports O Baseball 0 Canadian Summer Games Review 3.000 Roller Derby 0 Dinah Shore Tourney 4 00 0 Animal World S Tennis Star Trek O World of Disney 0 Wide World of Sports ;