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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta POLICY KEVEHJSED CAPE South Africa South reversing Its said it will require temporary resident permits for whits settlers from Mauritius and Ireland. LOST BAIL MONEY India An accused gambler claimed a pickpocket took his money in the courtroom just before his bail hearing. The judge gave him the benefit of the doubt and freed him without bail. HIGHLIGHTS MONDAY Professional Baseball. Ch. 0. The Los Angeles Dodgers meet the Expos in Montreal. Sanford and 8 Ch. 13. Fred is abandoned to the doddering companions and bland food of an old folks' home after Lament decides to sell the junk yard and sail arund the world. MOVIE The Bliss Mrs. 8 Ch. 11. Expert comedy performances are the main attrac- tions in this 1968 English comedy starring Shirley MacLaine and Richard Attenborough. 10 Ch. 7. Chief Dan George and Sir Rudolph Bing are the guests. Chief Dan recites the moving soliloquy he wrote for Canada's centennial. Bing reminisces about his years at the Mertopolitan Opera. TUESDAY MOVIE The Girls of Pleasure Ch. 13. Three girls who live on a deserted island learn they'll soon have landing party of marines. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the res- ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC if Morley McGill and Allan Contemporary Doua Contem- porary Leo Farm News Music We Sunday Mcrn- Ings MONDAY Ihru FRIDAY Sports Farm News News News Bob HesKeth JLports _ Gram News CM a tha Chec-llne John Oliver 10 00 Chec Trading Post Dave King Leo Dow Jack Neufeld John Oliver Paul Tessie- News Buryl Clark News Farm News Cattle Prices News Newi Land CJOC Bruce Bowie Show Jack Thys News with Bill Rod Bill Sport Brent Snly and Don Farm and Ranch Doug Card MONDAY NIGHT News John Charles Show Spwts News 6-.CO World at Six Stan Bailey Shew TUESDAY CBC News Jim Elliott Phone Bill Shew Jim Elliot Sum- mer Show Memories with George News and Grain Prices Jack Thys John Charles Shaw News John Charles Shaw Jim Elliot Show Man Bailey snow iwjmui ica ____ _ Jim Parsons Show Brown Sunday Mornings World at Six if CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY SATURDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-O Don Hedman p.m.-l a.m. Dell-O SUNDAYS a.m.-l p.m. Overtures and Encores 4 p.m.-lD p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m.-12 midnight Overtures and Encores 1-1 p.m. The 6 B.m.-l2 noon 2-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-12 midnight Overtures and Encores Hour CBR Radio 1010 Calgary MONDAY NIGHT Ideas Groove Yard TUESDAY Warmup Eye Opener World at Eight .30 News World at Six 30 As It Happens 03 Mosaic 30 Identities laenTines a.uw Sport Calgary Eye 10 From the Capitals Opener Five Nights a ornrnonwealth Week Conference CBC Playhouse The World at Country Time Signal Radio Noon 55 Stock Market 03 Holiday 03 Bob Kerr BBC News Home Run News World at SIX You Get GUARANTEED CIRCULATION When .You Advertise In The Uthbrtdge Herald CHINOOK Next Chinook September 4th Deadline August CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER CJOC-TV Channel 7 Ch. Menotti festival Now a universal look By HAROLD ROGERS Christian Science Monitor Italy They call him the Duke of and so he is. Yet if not a duke noble he is revered as a lives as a reigns as a duke. Musically he is of royal descent. Bellini all can be traced in his ar- tistic genealogy. He is Gian Carlo Menotti composer whose operas have long since won him niche in the lyric theatre's hall of fame. can forpet 'The 'The and 'The Saint of Bleecker In a recent interview. Menot- ti said if he were to be born he would have nothing to do with Spoleto. I would guard myself against too much enthusiasm that has ruined me with so many crit- ics ENTHUSIASM But it was Menotti's enthusi- asm that caused him to create years ago one of the most charming festivals in the or in two for that since he has named his DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 8-----304 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbridfle annual event the Festival of Two Worlds. He has always stood with one foot in Europe and the other in the United like some modern Colos- sus. Though he is pure born in he was educated at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. His early suc- cesses all look place in Ameri- ca. For his just con- the repertoire listed dancers from Russia and rock musicians from Japan. So it is now more than just a Festival of Two it is taking on a universal look. Yet regard- less of its cosmopolitan the festival's very charm lies in the fact that Sooleto is a micro- a universe of the arts distilled into a lingering essence sweet to the taste. You can savour the whole thing Spole- to with its narrow medieval its architectural de- its its churches its the Piazza del Du- omo you can sample them all during an afternoon stroll. VIVID The piece de resistance this summer was the extraordinar- ily vivid production of Puccini's fresly ob- served through the unique mentality of Luchino Visconti. Those who have seen Viscon- ti's in know how this masterful direc- tor can establish and sustain an unbroken mood in which HELD OVER DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND 'The Bud Nelson Duet' from WASHINGTON direct from engagements in las Vegas and Hawaii THIS WEEK AT THE VENTURA HOTEL and INN COALDALE the the the cos- i and the soundtrack are interwoven in a film of highest artistic merit. with Visconti's ''Ma- non The winsome quality that prevailed in this as is the case with all Spoleto productions is the exuberant quality of a surging vitality that like in full-throated in an incandescent or- in brilliant stage move- ment all blended under ths plasticity of Visconti's skillful touch. The Teatro Nuovo show- case from the ''Manon'' and later for Jerome Robbins' is a jewel of a small like. La Fenice in with about 400 seats on the main floor and then horseshoes of boxes stacked up to the high ornats ceiling. in his conceived of an evening of bal- let so utterly simple that its effect was stunning. As he said in his opening remarks before the curtain translated into an audience is usually treated to but one grand pas de deux in an evening's entertain- ment. For his Robbins gave us five couples each representing a different nation in ten pas de deux BRILLIANT The result was brilliant. Pa- tricia McBride and Helgi Tom- asson of the United States were seen in a version of After- noon of a Faun'1 that was origin- al in conception and touchingly poetic in mood. France was represented by Violette Verdy and Jean Pierre whose crystalline evocation of some Beethoven Bagatelles was as if two porcslain figurines j had come magically to life. Antoinette Sibley and Anth- ony representing Eng- turned in a of superlative grace. It was not 4 August 27th to Sept. Back by Popular Demand 'THE NEW IMAGE' at the 733 13th St. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY MONDAY NIGHT Crossfire Hollywood Squares David Frost Andv Griffith Newi TUESDAY The Waltpns Pinocchlo Frontier Collection Farm and Partridge Family City Ed Allen World of Man Man Ami Friendly Giant cannon This is the V.I.P. What on Earth National News CJOC News Law Mr. Dress Up Sesame Street Beverley HillbllllM Truth or Consequences Let's Make Ota I Nancy Miller Galloping Gourmet Luncheon dale Take 30 Edge of Nlflht Family Court Drop In Hollywood Squares From Bonnie Scotland WHITE HEATHER CONCERT Sept. 18th 8 p.m. PARAMOUNT THEATRE LETHBRIDGE ANDY STEWART with RON DALE-Comedian JIMMY BLUE-Accordionist ANNA DESTI-Voca'ist ALEX MORRISON-Tenor MARK SIMPSON-Picnist TICKETS S3.OO AND SEATS On Sale at LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. August 29th All mail orders to be accompanied with remittance Sponsored by ihe SCOTS COMMITTEE'of ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH I can tell you little about this except that its Luca gave it a kind of monolithic shape that slowed it to a crawl. I saw the first hour and abandoned the following five. On the lighter side were two happy events. One of them was a cabaret presentation in con- temporary terms of some of Ovid's With and ly- rics by Arnold his actors are convincingly trans- formed of into or whatever. Severn Darden's depiction of the head had some- thing of the phlegmatic pleasan- triss we used to note in the work cf Charles Laughton. Though admitting to be Jove is properly powerless when confronted by the jealous tricks perpetrated by his wife Juno. Mr. Weinstein's viewpoint that if Ovid wrote in the idiom of his then there is no reason why he can't be pre- sented in the idiom of ours is a valid one that and one that in this with resounding success. NOISES The other event on the light side was Els a Span- ish troup of mimes who speak sounds but not words that they makt conversational noises that need no translating. In Joe'1 they depict the Creation. After God almost blinds himself with the dazzilng creation of he goes ont to create Adam who immediate- ly presents a pile of not the least of which is Adam's need for a partner. So God re- moves a rib and produces a wo- man so so so puritanical that Adam soon un- loads her by dumping her over the edge of the world. Where- upon God has to take a second but this time he mistakes not he creates an altogether GIAN CARLO MENOTTI FRENCH THIRSTING FOR 'CLEAN' FILMS PARIS Parisian cinema-goers who want to sse a film that does not feature sex or violence are having an increas- ingly hard time finding a movie. Fans of sex and violence have no problems along the Champs Elysees or the Grands Boule- vards for many screens in the capital offer them something to their tastes. One elderly looking exhausted after an hour-long walk in search of a relaxing i said all the filthy films they're it's Paris in blue or bloody On the Grands known as Boulevard du in the 19th blood is being shed all over the screens. Dracula the Black The Tiger's Fur and Judgment of Karate and a run of horror films will satisfy the most ea- ger fans of violent films. CFCN Icthbridgo Ch. 13 Ch. MONDAY NIGHT Star Trek News Beat the Clock Dons Day Rollln Sanford and Sen Medical Centre Pig n Whistle ironside News News Pierre Berton Merv Griffin TUESDAY Thought for Day University of Air Canada A.M. Romper Room Yoga Trouble with Tracy Uncle Bobby Supermarket Pierre Berton 55 North Maple Family Alfair Girls of Pleasure Island Eye Bet Somerset Another World ths GCsd Word Anything You Can Do Buckshot Star Trek KRTV Great Channel 3 Ch. MONDAY NIGHT News Baseball Here's Lucy Doris Day News Tonight Show TUBJOAY Our World Today Show Joker's Wild Pyramid Wizard of Odds Hollywood Squares Jeopardy Ntwi Saiutt to Agriculture 5 30 World Turns 00 Newi 30 Doctors 00 Another World 30 Match Gime 00 Secret Storm 30 Mike Douglas 00 Today In Montana 30 News KFBB-TV Great Channel 5 Ch. TUSSSAY Farm Newi Captain Kangaroo News MONDAY NIOHT Password News Truth or Consequencti Rookies The Bliss of Blossom News 9-00 Audrey Jack LaLanne Young and the Restless Search for Tomorrow a Deal Newlywed News General Hospital One Life to Live Days of Our 2-30 Dinah's Place Three on a Match Girl In My Lift Split Second Brady Bunch SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre In color. Starring Sidney Barbara McNair and Gerald S. O'Loughlin. Mon- Tuesday and August 28 and 29. Monday Show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre OF In color with An All Star Cast. Monday and August 27 and 28. Monday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. Warning-Objection- able Contents. PINCHER CRfcEK Fox Theatre In Technicolor. Starring Frankie How- erd. Monday and August 27 and 28. Monday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre In color. Starring Adam Roark. Motor- cycle Action. Tuesday and August 28 and 29. Monday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. surprising that the Rus- sians Milika Sabirova and Muzafar Bourkhanov putting themselves into a kind of acrobatic He a man of muscles who could lift a doll of a high in the air on the palm of his hand impressive if not always in the best balletic tra- dition. And Italy was fortunate in ths appearance of Carla one of the great ballerinas of our in the title part of Partnered elegantly by Paolo she gave us a thoroughly winning per- formance all the more unusual in that she an apparition not of this world could be seen by him but not touched. And so the festival went from one artistic glory to the next. There was the Harkness for with its daz- zling executions that left spec- tators gasping at their electricity a young I and handsome company that uses traditional ballet in mod- ern terms. Their I for Six to a score by Lee made a masterful im- pact of individual and group versatility. Stepping back a few centur- we w.sre given a thorough- ly delightful reconstruction of a Renaissance opera in the Tea- tro Caio another of Spoleto's charming baroque houses. This was Marco Da Gagtiano's present- ed by the New York Pro Musi- ca Antiqua in a staging that placed the orchestra in cos- tume around which circulated the serenely stylish soloists and the propsrly dis- creet dancers all warbling and posing as performers were want to it might be sup- in the early 17th cen- tury. Stepping back a few millen- we were given a six- hour presentation of Aeschy- lus's trilogy with Umberto one of Italy's finest in the title role. irresistible Eve. PARAMOUNT 'Ruling Last Complete Show No Short Subjects Not Suitable for Children AUAMOUNT CINEMA the Last Complete Show No Short Subjects Adult COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects and Let Die'' Last Complete Show Adult. Not Suitable for Children GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Who Came to Yard One Complete Show Gates Open Adult Mayor Masrath Dr. Coutu Hwy.. 327-1100 TONIGHT AND TUESDAY green acres can't beat 'em... drive'em ADULT NOT SUITABLE ___ FOR CHILDREN JANE PONDA DONALD SUTHERLAND PETER BOYLE From Warner iyj A Warner Communications Company HIT NO. 'The Thief Who Come To With Ryan O'Neal GATES OPEN ONE COMPLETE SHOW P.M. paramount Tonite thru Wed. at and p.m. It. 4ft An. Sanh. M7-B10S STYLISH COMEDY THAT IS BRILLIANT AND llVirvvjIINrtll VC. .New y0rkNews Syndicate IS BRILLIANT JOSEPH E IflWE PPESEN1S FOP KEEP fRMS ITC. PETER LTTOOLE ALASTAIRS1M ARTHUR LOWE FILM New York Magazlnt ADULT Net Suitable For Children THE RULING CLASS JNCQLOfl AN AVCC WUIII JtlLCAU ADULT ENTERTAINMENT paramount cinema TCNITE and TUES. AT P.M. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN College Shopping Man college cinema ZOCi AVB. 6 Mavor r.'with Dr.. 323 C.30O- NOW SHOWING ot p.m. ROGER. JAMES MOORE BOND JAN FLEMING'S j LIVE AND LEFDIE 1 COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE f PUBLIC SKATING and MUSEUM FACILITY Aug. Aug. Aug. 30 Aug. 31 Sept. Sept. 2 Sepl. 3 FRITZ SICK FOR MAINTENANCE Swim 1-5 Swim 1-5 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. Swim i 12-1 1 Public Swim 1-5 p.m. and 7-10 p.m. j LIONS Swim 1-4 p.m. and 7-9 p Swim 1 p.m. end Swim 1-4 p.m. 7-9 Swim p.m. and 6.30-9 Swim 1-5 p m. and 6-9 Swim 1-5 p.m. and 6-9 Swim 1-5 p.m. and 6-9 p.m. i Swim 1-9 Swim 1-9 Swim 1-9 Swim 1-9 Swim 1-9 p.m. Swim 1-9 Swim 1-9 p.m. HENDERSON PARK ICE Skating SIR ALEXANDER SALT p.m. i HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE CLOSED FOR APPROXIMATELY 10 DAY FOR MAINTENANCE ;