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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta MOf National Dream series to begin in March 1974 Information Programming on CBC-TV In the new season vrill be highlighted by The National a series of eight one- hour documentary dramas based on the best-sellers of Pierre Berton N a t i o nal and The Last on the historic building of the Canadian Pacific Railway in the early days of the Cana- dian nation. Beginning In the series chronicling this major Canadian achievement is under executive producer James Murray. Pierre Berton appears as and the drama directed by the internationally known Ca- nadian film director Eric star William Hutt as Sir John A. Canada's first prime and John Co- licos as CPR-buiWer William Van with a brilliant sup- porting including Tony Van Pat Chris and Gillie Fen- wick. The ascent of man The Ladder of program nine in BBC's The Ascent of Man seen on CBC-TV Tuesdays at 10 follows Charles Darwin and Alfred Russell Wallace in their pursuit of the theory of evolution by natural selec- tion. Wallace's explorations of the Amazon are in as the series' host Dr. Jacob Bronawski takes viewers from England Darwin's home to the Jungles of South America. This appealing baby a present-day member of a South American Indian culture on the Rio Negro in Brazil. The ladder of Creation will be telecast on Aug. 28. The musician's musician stars in variety series He's called the musician's one of the world's leading solo a teacher and psrhaps the man more re- sponsible for promoting the rep- ertoire and vocabulary of the bass than any other living art- ists. Gary Karr of Is of these candid descrip- tions and still others. A ATTENTION HOMEOWNERS MORTGAGE CO. LTD. 1265 3rd South Phone 329-0556 iVj MORTGAGE LOANS AVAILABLE FOR Purchases Major Purchases _ _ Home Improvements Busines CaPltal BORROW TO OR MORE We to you loam confidentially in the privacy of your SEVERAL IOAN EXAMPLES AS Amount repayable over JO repayable over 15 years 2500.00 38.24 per month 32.64 per month 5000.OO 76.47 per month 75OO.OO per month per month per month above are bated on interetl rates of unpaid balance. All inquiries promptly anvwered. Out of town welcome. Also First mortgage available for at competitive For more information call cw 32B-OOO5 evening and 65.28 per month 97.92 per month per month per month to per month on the he carries the banner is into international concert circles attempting to promote the image of the In- strument by separating it from the hidden foundation of the or- chestra sound. On August CBC Television presents the first of tln-ee variety half-hours titled Gary Karr and His The each carrying a different indirectly point out the wide variety of roles the bass can have in the hands of this young virtuoso while also introducing the talents of his musical friends. Joining Gary Karr in Ms mini- series is collegue Harmon Lew- is are members of the faculty of music at Dal- housie University in playing the harpsichord and or- gan. like the styles of mu- sic are also varied. Show one was recorded in Lunenburg with the general theme being folk music with particular reference to Maritime ways. Dr. Helen well- known folklorist and author of the novels Bluenose Ghosts and Bluenose joins Gary and company to entertain with a thrilling story of the supernat- ural. Ballad singers Jim co-host of CBC TV's Singalong Jubilee and singer-teacher Kay add a musical touch with several light-hearted songs. Phyllis harpist with the Atlantic Symphony Orches- is also a special guest and featured in numbers from Nova Scotia's south shore. Show Sept. features outstanding Canadian Moe whose composi- tion Swinging Shepherd Blues has earned international ac- claim. The show also welcomes a 12-piece orchestra under the direction of David Moe and Harmon along with the total group perform such selections Scarborough Vivaldi Theme For Win- Eccles 2nd and of course The Swinging Shep- herd Blues. The show is combination of both classical and jazz sounds. Selections on this sftow Black Bum and Blueberry Jim The Sauerkraut Kay Monday Gary Karr and Har- When I Wake In The Gary and Phyllia Ghostly Gary and Jim. Show intro- duces Gary's apecial guests and friends from the exciting Acadian Les Cbanseurs du Mascaret. This mixed voice choir jour- neyed to Halifax and perform- ed several selections with a var- iety of settings. This particular program has special visual im- pact in terms of costuming. The and backup group led by musical director Joe Sealy of along Gary and Harmon will be dressed in a authentic 13th-cenfc- ury dress. Locations also are including a park and 18th-century ball- room. Selections by the chotr in- Joy of Man's De- Acadian Folk and Laetaitum Sum. Other numbers A Man and A Bach Concerto 1st Movement and Spanish Fflea. R.W.Y. UPHOLSTERING PHONE 328-5257 ANYTIME ;