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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD-Monday, August Summer school ends for young musicians MAGOG Que (CP> The hills literally sang with music for eight weeks here this sum- mer leading to Saturday s climax concert celebrating the 25th anniversary of Jeunesse Musicale in Canada The international organ- nation which had its begin- nings in Belgium and now has 120 branches in Canada and in a score of other countries is dedicated to what its name youth At the Orford Arts Centre in Orford provincial park 270 students in two four-week courses have received master instruction this summer in voice and instrumental music from 30 nationally and inter nationally known musicians Instructions and practice sessions are held in six main buildings and 45 chalets built in the forest so that a walk through the woods finds scores oi musicians working almost any hour ot the day or evening Some of the chalets are only big enough to shelter a violinist and his music stand from the ram But the hills sing with flute, trumpet, piano and other instruments as well as the human voice, in classical and contemporary music A contemporary music con- cert Friday night in the 500- seat concert hall was the 60th performed b> the Societe de Mtisique Contemporam du Quebec since its founding in 1966 It featured works by Bruce Mather, Marcelle Deschenes-Harvev Gilles Tremblay Pierre Trochu, and Serge Garant Late today in St Patrick's church in Magog the Tudor singers of Montreal and the Orford Arts Centre Orchestra conducted by Pierre Hetu were to perform J S Bach's masterwork The Mass in B Minor Soloists were to include con- tralto Maureen Forrester, na- tional president of Jeunesse Musicale, soprano Lois Marshall tenor Pierre Boutet, and bass Gaston Ger- main, Jeunesse's director- general Earlier in the 25th anni- versary celebrations this week recitals were given by Miss Forrester and pianist Claude Savard, both of whom began their concert tours un- der auspices of Jeunesse Musicale A chamber group, Camerata which this summer made its home at the Shaw Festival in Niagara-on-the- Lake, Ont also performed here this week Three of its six Adele Ar- min clarinetist James Campbell and flautist Suzanne Shulman are products of Jeunesse Musicale The OPENING Of A New... DRIVING SCHOOL CHECK-MARK DRIVING SCHOOL Are you nervous about learning to drive? Do you lack in CONFIDENCE? Are you looking for a driving school with patience, understanding, fully qualified instructors? PHONE 328-3231 The Answer For You Is To Check In With CHECK-MARK DRIVING SCHOOL Please save this our telephone number is not listed in the Telephone Directory TV highlights MONDAY SPORTS: Baseball, p.m., Ch. 9. The Cincinnati Reds vs the Phillies at Philadelphia Live SPORTS- NFL Football, 7 p.m., Ch. 11. The Detroit Lions take on the Bengals in an exhibition game at Cincinnati Live DOCUMENTARY. Of All People, 10 p m Ch 7 A protile of Frank MacUougall, one of the first Canadians to map forest areas from the air MOVIE DRAMA: Miracle in the Rain, 10-30 p.m Ch 11 Two lonely people fall in love during World War II Jane Wyman Van Johnson 1956, 2 hrs 10 mm MOVIE COMEDY: Dreams, 12 midnight, Ch. 7. Love both marital and extramarital is explored Eva Dahlbeck Harriet Anderson Ulf Palme 1955 90 mm TUESDAY MOVIE DRAMA. Run Silent, Run Deep, 1 p m Ch 13 An account of a clash of wills aboard an American sub on a search- and-destroy mission Clark Gable Burt Lancaster Jack Warden 1958 90 mm Presley tailor seeks suit payment LAS VEGAS, Nev (AP) Entertainer Elvis Presley has been sued by a Las Vegas tailor for allegedly not paving a bill of 311 The suit was filed in district court Friday by Guy Pasqua who does business here as Mr Guy Tailoring Paqua contended m his suit Presley is indebted to him for work done Sept 3, 1973 The tailor said Presley has refused to pay for the work for more than a year LOS ANGELES (AP) Ac- tor Cary Grant has testified in a superior court trial that 20th century Fox Studios used a segment from one of his fums without authorization Grant appeared Friday to support his claim that the company used without his per mission a portion of the movie Monkey Business in a 1962 documentary film Marilyn on the life of actress Marilyn Monroe On stage British actor Nicholas Pennell is shown in the title role of Pericles at the Stratford Shakes- pearean Festival Al- though he starred m the production, it is not his iiuvo, ic role of the three he had during the Festival" He also played Diafoirus in The Imaginary Invalid and his favorite role of the season Berowne in Love's Labor's Lost Singer introduces tomorrow's great convertible. jUbT PRESS A FL P SWITCH FROM ONE SEW NO S R TO THE OTHER Pt m s i v with a unique 2-way sewing surface that goes from flat to tubular sewing instantly! Suddenly dif'cult sewmq tasks are easy1 Suddenly a whole new world of sewing projects is open to you1 All because the FUTURA II sewing machine is here1 With its flip-easy convertibility from flat to tubular free arm sewing Years of Singer research and design refmempp' kave achieved this unique sewing machine concept-unlike any othsr because it s an all-m-one unit The FUTURA II convertible sewing machme-a A FREE GIFT FOR YOU... Singer treats you to FREE Arpege" panty hose when you sit down and enjoy a complete demonstration of the amazing new FUTURA II sewing machine Visit your nearest Singer Sewing Centre today Or phone for a free home demonstration Liberal trade-in allowance on your old machine regardless of make. Credit terms available. TraaerTwk of S iger Company o( C inada Ltd masterwork of Singer engineering With advanced feature-after-feature to make sewing easier than ever before Including Singer exclusive one-step buttonholer that computes button size and makes buttonholes accordingly exclusive push-button front drop-in bobbin and exclusive see through bobbin window See the incomparable FUTURA II demonstrated now- it could only be a Singer' Fashion ZIG-ZAG sewing machine model 252 Singer Special 124 (carry nq case extra) Features built-in zig-zag straight and blind- hem stitches and Singer-exclusive front drop- in bobbin Plus it sews buttonholes sews on buttons overedges monograms and mend's- all without attachments SINGER Sewing Centres and participating Approved Dealers At Singer, you get what you pay for... and a little bit more. COLLEGE MALL PHONE 327-2243 ITS THE BIGGEST DRAW IN THE WEST! There will be 1908 lucky ticket holders! FIRST PRIZE SECOND PRIZE THIRD PRIZE 5 FOURTH PRIZES each CONSOLATION PRIZES 1900 at each SELLER'S PRIZES TOTAL PRIZES Entries Close October 9 1974 Preliminary Draw October 23 1974 GOOD FOR YOU AND ALBERTA, TOO! Proceeds from the sale of all tickets in Alberta will be used in Alberta to support sports and cultural events such as Sport Alberta The Alberta Art Foundation Alberta Heritage Foundation and the 1978 Commonwealth Games The Lottery is sponsored by the Calgary Stampede and Exhibition the Commonwealth Games Foundation and the Edmonton Exhibition Association under the auspices of the Alberta Government GIVES YOU A CHANCE ON BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW! Available from your favorite service church sports or charitable organization or send in the coupon and get your tickets by mail TO: WESTERN CANADA LOTTERY Box 2900, Calgary, Alta. 50 per ticket No of tickPK Amount Chpqiip requirpr) Enclosed Monpy Order NAME ADDRESS PHONE PROVINCE POSTAL CODE Your remittance must accompany coupon PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs arc listed by Radio and Tclcvison 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 Monday 6 00 9 00 Wavne Barrv 6 50 Farm News 7 40 'News Weather Sports 9 12 00 Wallv Hild 9 00 Checlme 12 00 3 00 Rov Renmck 12 30 "News Weather Sports 1 00 Grain Prices and Call of the Land 3 00 7 00 Jack Neufeld 5 20 Weather Sports 7 00 12 00 Paul Tessier 12 00 6 00 Mark C ampbell News is 20 mm to the hour and 20 after Bob Hesketh 8 iO 11 2s 1 2a CJOC 1220 Sports a oO local VUs b 00 World at Six Tuesday 00 CBC News 8 fi Phone Bi'l Show 12 00 Hour ol Inlorm ition 1 00 Vws and (.ram Pntes (HI Ntws Jo Sports 40 Market Report I CHEC-FM 100.9 thru Fndav t> 00 Q (10 j m Don Me Master 9 00 a m i 00 p m toneie s t arousc'l 00 h 00 p m Don McMasler I, 00 00 p in Del Kinf. 00 12 Midnight mctrts (Keilures irui 1 ntores 1> 00 Midnight Sign Ott on Mondu tluu r I HI King CBR 101U Monday b ill As It Happens 8 OS Music Of Our People 8 10 Identities 10 00 "news Weather Sports 10 10 From The Capitals 10 15 Five Nights A Week 10 30 CBC Playhouse 11 0! Ideas 12 Oi The Groove Vard 5 ifl Warmup b u r vt Opene r 8 00 World at Eight K I Opener 00 Ihi World it "Mni 9 li This Oountn. In The Summei 10 59 imt Sign.il 12 (H K idi Noun I Summer Seem 1 11 Stoik Maiki t Oi sunimu Seene 2 ill OH the W I hi Goon Show 4 (K) liBf News 4 05 Hume Hun b (X) World at MITE "Greens Pop Shop" With Coach "BILL HELBRON" This is one of the teams that will participate in MINOR SOCCER WEEK SEPT. 2-8th CJOC TV O CABLE 6 CFCN TV (B CABLE 4 Monday 5 00 (D Password O Hollywood Squares Q News 5 25