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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta i nc Tu rn table Top ics Don Pilling Miller music it's timeless The Best of Glenn Miller. If the era of big bands has never fully neither has it ever completely departed. There is today a host of both old and new. who joyfully share an un- diminishing loyalty and enthusiasm for those wonder- ful big bands of the swing era of the 1930's and '40's. And I can think of nobody whose personal style and concepts have continued to live so long after his death as those of Glenn Miller. Despite the fact that he dis- appeared in a plane crash Composer free to choose arts centre composition By JAMES NELSON OTTAWA Gait Mac- the Canadian com- poser of The Age of Aquarius and other music from the international hit has been commissioned to write a composition for the National Arts Centre an arts centre official says. The Montreal-born who wrote a rock setting of the mass for this fall's opening of Hamilton Place in has been given a wideopen com- mission to write anything he wishes for the 46-piece orchestra conducted by Mario It is to have its premiere performance in the 1974-75 season. A similar commission has been given Serge Garant of who recently has been studying in Rome under an Italian-Canadian cultural exchange agreement. The arts centre normally commissions two new Cana- dian compositions each with the help of special funds from the Canada Council. It also commissions one new work each second year by a non-Canadian com- poser of international stan- ding. PERFORMED IN BRITAIN This season the orchestra commissioned a piece by R. Murray Shafer of Toronto called East. It was given its world premiere in May in when the arts centre orchestra opened the Bath Festival. Later it was repeated at Royal Festival and opened the 1973-74 season here. Another by Gilles Tremblay of is to have its first performance here next April. As a general the orchestra includes a Canadian work on most of its programs. This far exceeds the Canada Council rule that orchestras receiving grants should play one Canadian work in every 10. who now lives in New York but has a summer home in the'Lauren- north of has not before composed in the strictly symphonic medium. He has had several stage successes apart from including Two Gentlemen of Verona. For the rock mass which opened the new Ill-million arts centre in Hamilton MacDermot used the Ontario Youth three rock soloists including Salome and the Hamilton Philhar- monic in front of a rock rhythm group in which he played piano. Shafer's East was an un- usual conducted primarily with the help of a stop watch. Forty-eight gongs were sounded at 10 second intervals while the musicians chanted and made other quasimusical sounds as well as playing their instruments in an evocation of Indian mystic music. Suggests nearly 30 years ago. Ulenn Miller's music still is the the the pace-setter. His amazing pop- ularity can only be explained by the timeless appeal of the Miller sound the caressing beauty of the with clarinet-pitched above the the muted the velvet the band's infectiously jumping vitality on uptempo numbers and the romantic quality of the ballads. In this album of original Miller electrically reprocessed for many of the great all-time Miller hits are included. such Miller classics as In the Sunrise Tuxedo Chattanooga Choo Choo and a flock more. It's a trip down memory and it's oh so pleasant. Miller magic there's nothing quite like it. LSP Sunrise Miller. A two-record album of more Glenn Miller releas- ed by RCA on its budget pric- ed Camden label and reprocessed for stereo effect. Ray Tex Beneke and other stars of that great Miller band of the swing era are spotlighted on such tunes as Fools Rush A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley- My Elmer's Tune and a batch more. It's Glenn Miller in a romantic mood. If you're over no need to say more. CXS- ItnClge This is Tommy Vol. THE NEW GARDEN HOTEL Takes great pleasure in presenting this outstanding all girl trio. Entertaining Nightly All Week LABOR CLUB WEEKLY BINGO Every Monday 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 56 Numbers Game 1 10th Game Blackout in 57 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card All Wood Cards Children 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club room for and their Invited gueata. Music Friday and Saturday Banquet Facilities Corner 13th St. and 2nd Aye. N. NEW YEARS EVE TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE for Playboy Mass. One willowy co-ed at Brandeis University is cute enough to be a Playboy foldout but probably never will be. She's Hugh Hefner's daughter. Christie offspring of the publisher of the men's is a feminist who wants to break the Playboy image of how people should look. you're you should have a perfect a gorgeous face and a nice bust the 21-year-old-senior said. you're you should be have big shoulders and a hairy chest. we're doing is creating for the vast majority an incredible sex identity She maintains feminity has little to do with exterior appearances but doesn't u__ uidinc uci iduiei iiri cicdLing the moulds. were there a long time before my father found- ed she said. Playboy features a nude centrefold and other nude photos of young women. Miss Hefner does not go out of her way to tell people about who her father is. Sign contract for bird data NEW YORK To help steer airplanes away from localities where they might be endangered by birds in bird watchers are working with the United States Air Force. The air force has signed a contract to take the masses of data accumulated since 1900 in the National Audubon Society's Christmas bird count and put it on maps so that training flights can be routed around areas of concentration for large birds such as cranes and pelicans. COLOR PORTRAIT COMBINATION PRESENTATION ATTRACTIVELY MOUNTED 4 Custom Size Portraits. Plus only I FOR ALL APPOINTMENTS BOOKED NEXT 10 DAYS GUARANTEED CHRISTMAS ED KEELING A.E. Cross Studio Same Convenient Location 710-3rd Ava. S. 328-0111 Phonm 328-0222 2. Another giant of the big band era was Tommy and in this two-record set original recordings of Frank Sinatra. Jo Buddy Rich. Ziggy Elman and Charlie to name a are showcased. Tea for Two. Night and After You've Blue Skies and I Get a Kick Out of You are just a few of the evergreens that come alive once again. This is lenry Mancini. By any set of Henry Mancini is one of the kings in the world of popular music. He's won three a fantastic 18 Grammies and has written the musical score for dozens of movies. He is a most talented gentleman and this is a two-record set that deserves a spot in any record library. Featured are some of his own compositions such as Dear Pink Panther Theme and Days of Wine and as well as a couple of the most beautiful ballads ever Claude ThomhiU's Snowfall and Errol Garner's Misty. This is Henry Mancini con- ducting a rich-sounding orchestra. It's an excellent album. A Ditferent Drumm- Rich. Buddy mentioned earlier as one of the original stars of the Tommy Dorsey is recognized as the greatest drummer in the world. He now fronts his own big band that has captured an entire new audience of swing and jazz buffs. This is a led by the brilliant Mr. that swings like no other. It is a highly successful unit that refuses to dig out the oldies lays it all on the swinging line with lots of the new stuff. Par- ticularly outstanding is the work of Pat LaBarbera on tenor sax. 16 Great Perfor- Severinsen. There are few trumpeters in this day and age who can com- pare with the talent of Doc who fronts the band on the Johnny Carson Tonight television show. In this his trumpet covers the entire musical ranging all the way from the Dixie sound of When the Saints Come Marching In to a mild rock version of Canadian and from a pretty ver- sion of I Can't Get Started to St. Louis Blues. If a trumpet is your musical this you will like Student loans stiff KDMOMON The existing system ol student finance in Alberta should be retained but with some says a task lorce reporting to the Univer- sity ul Alberta senate. The task chaired by president of ihe Edmonton Chamber of says the existing ol loans lor post- students is working m most cases ilie idsK lorce ufjed several nioiiihcaiions. i m lulling one which would see .1 ri.'pdving loans on in- oi eventual income. TV highlights SATURDAY NHL 6 Ch. 7. The Chicago Black Hawks meet the Canadiens in Montreal the Grinch Stole 7 Ch. 13. A repeat of Dr. Seuss' delightful Christmas story. CRIME Police Ch. 13. A museum guard who is the sole witness to a blocks the event from his memory. MOVIE The True 8 Ch. 9. Conclusion of a two-part drama. Them 8 Ch. 13. 'Save the studies the problem that the magmlicent Savannah Bull may soon be extinct Filmed in South'Africa's Krueger National Park. MOVIE Me No 9 Ch. 7. Hypochondria and a husband who believes he's dying set the scene for this farce MOVIE and the 9 Ch. 13. marital farce about birth control. CRIME Marcus-Nelson 12 mid- Ch. 7. The actual brutal slashings of two Manhattan career women in 1963 is recalled in this drama. DOUBLE 12 midnight and Ch. 13. The first film is Rat and the second ol SUNDAY Pro 11 Ch. 7. New York Giants meet the Redskins at Washington. D.C. The Minnesota Vikings meet the Bengals at Ch 9 and the San Diego Chargers meet the New England Patriots at Foxboro. Mass.. Ch. 11. Pro 2 Ch. 11. Cleveland Browns meet the Chiefs at Kansas City. Mo. CBS News 4 Ch. 9. A debate on Watergate between Sen Lowell Weicker Jr. and columnist William Buckley Jr. The Ch. 13. Blake a man's mind in order to locate a rare book stolen from a museum. World of 6 Ch. 7. Conclusion of a two-part story about a mountain lion's struggle for survival. Ch. 13. A conversation with the premier. Sonny and Ch. 13. Vincent Price and the Temptations are the special guests. CRIME 8 Ch. 9. A disappearing corpse has landed McCloud in hot water. CRIME Hawaii Ch. 13. Come- dian Jack Carter makes a rare television dramatic appearance when he plays the central figure in a macabre lottery based on the projected hour of his death. My 9 Ch. 7. This CBC drama is about a young woman who gains her sight after a lifetime of blindness. Days Before 10 Ch. 7. The events contributing to the growing maturity of Canada under Prime Minister W. L. Mackenzie King are documented. We 10 Ch. 13. The effects of stress and how our bodies cope are examined in this repeat of the Human Journey series. MUSICAL Little Uirls in 12 mid- Ch. 7. The story of three sisters who try to grab millionaire husbands. MONDAY MOVIE For a 1 Ch. 13. A CIA agent is ordered to feign a breakdown to trap a spy. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Tele- vision Stations. Any variation in program sched- ule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbndge Herald. CJOC-TV Channel 7 Ch. CHEC SVTURDAV NIGHT 5 00 Bugs Bunny 6-00 NHL 8 30 Singaiong Jubilee 9 00 Movie. Send Me No Flowers 1100 News 11 15 Provincial Affairs 11-20 News 11 30 Dehah 12-00 Movie' Marcus Nelson Murders SUNDAY 7-30 NFB 8'00 Cross Roads Niven Miller 9 00 Oral Roberts 9.30 NFB 9 45 Handy Man 10.00 Faith For Today 10-30 NFL Millies 11-no NFL Football V30 Sports Week 2-00 Reach For the lop 2 30 Keep Fit Canada 3 00 Its Your World 330 Sunday Hour 4 00 District 7 4 30 Country Canada 5 00 Music to See 5 30 The Irish Rovers 6 00 Disney 7 00 Beachcombers 7 30 Waltons CFCN.TV Lethbrldge Channel 13 Ch. 8 30 9'00 1000 11.00 '11-15 11-20 11-30 12-00 6 00 n n On 715 7 30 8 00 8 30 9 00 9 30 1000 10 30 1 1 00 12 00 12 30 1 00 V30 2 00 3 00 3 30 00 4 30 00 Needles and Pins Dramj '73 CBC Inlo Special National Nations Business Nevus Sunday Hour Movie. Three Little Girls in Blue MONDAY Pmnocliio Audobon Frtr-n and City Today The Wizard of Oz Mon Giant Uncle Bobby Ed Allen World in Your Kitchen New Horizons Alberta Schools Mr Dress Up Sesame Stret Super Man Lassie General Hospital Let's Make a Deal Our Town Take 30 Edge of Night Family Court Drop In Hollywood Squares NIGHT 6 00 News 6 10 Oil Report 6 30 Kmgo Bingo 7 00 How the Grmch Stole Christmas 7 30 Police Surgeon 8 00 Let Them Live 8 30 Ryan s Fancy 9 00 Movie Prudence and the Pill 11 00 News 1120 News 11 30 Know Your Sports 1200 Double Bill 1 The Rat Race 2 Devil's of Darkness SUNDAY Thought tor Day 4-H Clubtime 8 30 Rev Solbrekken 9 00 Day of Discovery 9.30 To You With Love 10.00 NFB 10.30 Call of the West 11-00 On The Line 11-30 Rural Report 12-00 Rex Humbard 1 00 Market Place 1 30 NFB 2-30 Pentecost Presents 3 00 Horst Koehler 3 30 Missing Link 4 00 Garner Ted Armstrong 4 30 Question Period 5 00 Untamed World 5 30 The Magician 6 30 7 00 7 30 8 30 9 30 10.00 1 i 00 I 1 20 II 30 12 00 55 6 00 630 7 00 8 30 i On 915 10 00 10 30 1 1 00 1 1 30 12-00 1230 1 00 2 30 3 00 3 30 4 00 4.30 Conversation with the Premier The Brady Bunch Sonny and Cher Hawaii Five-O Patsy Human Journey News News Pentecost Presents Merv Griffin MONDAY Thought for Day Univers'ty of the Air Yoga Canada A M Romper Room This Week Parlons Francais roiKa Doi Door Lifestyle Pay Cards Galloping Gourmet Beat The Clock Flintstones Woody Woodpecker Movie Asylum For A Spy bomerset Another World What's the Good Word Anything You Can Do Buckshot Mod Hquaa 30 Girl With Something Extra KRTV Qraat Falls Channel 3 Ch. SATURDAY Luck 5-00 Barnaby Jones 6'00 Lawrence Welk 7 00 Mary Tyler Moore 7-30 Winnie the Pooh 8 00 Movie- Dr Frankenstein 10 00 Mews 10.30 Carol Burnett 11 30 The Law You SUNDAY 7.00 Hair Bear Bunch 7 30 Amazing Chan 8 00 Spring Street USA 8 30 Day of Discovery 0 00 Kathryn Kuhlman 1 30 Face of the Nation 10 00 Consultation 10'30 NFL 2.00 Camera Three 2.30 Meet The Press 3.00 Movie- The Black Arrow 4 00 News Special 5 00 Magician 6 00 Emergency 7 00 World of Disney 8 00 Supday Mystery 10 30 Chase 1130 News 11 45 Travelure MONDAY I Our World R Salute Agriculture 7 00 Today Show 3 00 Today in Montana 8 10 Pydramid ion Gambit 1 30 Hollywood Squares Ipopardy imo wno What Where Game 10 News 11 00 Price is- Right 11 30 As The World Turns 00 Days of our Lives .10 Doctors I 00 Anolher World I in ripw Match Game 00 Spnret Storm 10 Mike Douglas 4 00 Joker's Wild 1 '10 NPWS 00 News News KFBB Great Falls Channel 5 Ch. 400 NCAA 7 00 Star Trek 8 00 Sonny and Cher 9-00 The People of People's China 0 On Nrws 10 15 Dean Martin 1 i 1 1 10 Holler News 6 10 no in On ft 10 0 10 10 no 10 10 1 200 00 in 6 00 Oi 00 8 00 F.irm News Cio-. TII.S is the Life Revival Firfis Hour Make A Wish Kid Power Osmonds N NFL Wild Kingdom nnhbv fioldshoro ABC News iose-ljn on Fire Pr.mal Man Movie Prudence and the Pill 10 15 HI I i I I 1 I I 10 on 0 00 0 no 1 10 v 11 10 30 I I 00 i .V. 00 i 10 1 in 00 3 30 00 I On 10 10 News Bob Newhart 'Viod Old Nashville SIC Mows Insiqhl Firm Captain Kangaroo Mormnq News Virlrpy I Lal.anne and the Restless Search for Tomorrow All my Childrden Afternoor Play Break News L. Aintv Hi Styli-1 Thrpp a Match General Hospital Split Second nrariy Bunch SATURDAY 6 00 Buryle Clark 12 00 John Oliver 12 30 News. Sports. Wthr 6 00 Paul Tessier 12 00 Roy Rennick 7 00 Leo Dow We 7 30 Indian News Media svrumm NIGHT 5 40 Sports 5 53 News 6 00 Show Case 7 00 Stan Bailey Show 1 UU barry Hegland SUNDAY 6 00 News 6 03 Canadian Concert Hall 7 00 Blackloot Indian Program 7 30 Family Favorites 8 00 News 8 15 Christian Science 9 01 Brown 900 1000 tl.OO News Spurib. Winr Sports Scores 8 30 9 30 11 30 11 30 Sunday Magazine 1230 News 1 00 Jim Harsons Show 8-00 Leo Dow 8-45 Sports 9 00 Leo Dow 12.30 News. Weather Sports 1 00 Jack Neufeld 6 00 Roy Rennick 6 45 Ind Baptist Church 7 00 Gospel Hour 730 Back to God Hour 8 00 Roy Rennick CJOC 3 10 Cross Country Checkup 5 00 Mike LeBlanc Show 6'00 Elvis Presley Special 8 00 Entertainers 11 03 Capital Report 1000 Hour of Decision 1030 Sunshm Evangel MONDAY 6 05 Jack Thys Show 7 50 News. Sport 8 35 Phone Bill Show 1005 Gord Whitehead Show 11 00 Jack Thys 12-00 Hour of Information 12 30 News. Wthr. Sport 1 00 News and Gram Prices 1 05 Gord Whitehead Show 3 05 Jim Parsons Show 5'25 Sports 5-40 Market Report 5-50 Local News 6 00 World at Six CHEC-FM 100.9 Him FRIDAY 6 n m -12 noon Don McMasler 12 noon-6 p m Dell-O 6 p m -10 p m Don Hedman 10 p m -12 midnight Concerts Overtures and Encores svrumiAY 6 a m -12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p m Don Hedman OAY NIGHT G p m -1a m Dell-O SlINDWS 6 a m -1 p m Concerts Overtures and Encores 12pm The Gasthaus Hour 26pm Don Hedman 6pm -12 midnight Concerts Overtures and Encores CBR 1-03 403 4 30 503 610 6.30 am 900 11.05 1203 7 05 Sunday Morning a Sunday Morning 8 45 Children's Story Time 1 Sunday Magazine in 01 Sunday Supplement 10'59 Time Signal 11 05 Capital Report 2 30 Quebec Now 3 10 Cross Country Check-Up Prelude to Opera Sorry III read That Again Jazz Canadiana Showraae 73 The Demand Side Symphony Hall CBC Stage Canadian Concert Hall Anthology Orchestral Concert lust Jazz SI 5-03 NHL 7-33 Sherlock Holmes 8'10 Sound of Sport 8-30 Regional Orchestra 1001 s Album 11 01 The Bush and the Salon Warner's Waxworks MONDAY i in Warm Up fi 05 Fye Opener 8 nn World at 8 8 05 Calgary Eye Opener 000 World at Nine 1 11 This Country in Time Signal 03 Radio Noon 1 55 Stockmarkel 203 School Broadcast 2 30 Off the Record 3 30 Max Ferguson 00 RBC News 4 OS Home Run 6 On World at Six 11 A II Happens You Get... 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