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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta The Music Box Orchestra cuts record OTTAWA (CP) The -Na- tional ArLs Centre Orchestra, conducttd by Mario Bernardi, has recorded third stereo 015C for RCA Victor. incl'jdLng a Caaaian work to be fea- tured on the. orchestra's Euro- pean tour this spriiig. The record, to be re'eased about tirce the orchesi-3 leaves for Warsaw. Moscrr.v and London, features Turcnto violinist Sieven p'ay- ing :he Violin Con- certo No. 5 ji A. and a tv.-o-yesr-old work by Toronto composer Norma Beecrrofi. Ecei Concenanri N'LV 2 Tva5 composed b WTO 07. a cm- mission irom the arts orchestra, and iviil be among fee Canadian ivo--x tie 45- member orchestra vrj] take to Europe for its oversea? debut tour. AlsD on the recording is Vozart's Serenata Notturna, K2S9. which feaiures solo work by concertm aster Wal- ter PrysiawsM and tie heads of three other siring sections, Jane; Roy. second violin, John Mair, iiola, and AJaa r.ioLtz, double bass. LAST FOR RCA? This may be the last record- ing (or RCA Victor by the arts centre orchestra, some mem- bers of the centre's manage- ment Eay. The orchestra ha5 been hanny with the amouiit 01 promotion thai Lhe recording company has given its earlier and would like more international exposure. The earlier recordings, n FRIDAY and SATURDAY GAP" 4 AT THE 1 MINERS' 733 13th ST. N. MEMEEKS AND THEIR GUESTS ONIY? WATCH FOR NATURAL GAS FROM CALGARY JAN. 15 TO JAN. 20 HlBBTfl MOVIES YOU IIKE BEST CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "BENEATH TiiT. FL.ANET THE APES" In color. Starring Crisrlt-ft; Keston. F-anciscus. Kiir. Htr.ter and HaTt-'cn. Friday and Ssturiiay. Jar.-sry 1-. I_ at p.m. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre -3EDKNORS AND Itl TA-hrJc-i'oT. Ds'.iv-i and Angela Lars- bury. Tr.u-day. Ff.dsy ar.d Saturday, Jar.ury 11. i: Tit-fday flto- a; p m. Family. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre EONNTR" Ir. cyo-. Starrirs T-ursory. Frtiiay art! Ssr.'rday. Januar> 11. i: ar.d 13 Thiurscay sro- at p Adult, TABER Tower Theatre BIG '.LAN" StarrL-.E Dustin Hoffman, ar.d Carsdisr, Ir.diss. C-ts: Dan George. Thursday. Fri- day ar.d ;2 and 13 Thursday sh.ra's a; S-Cv Ac'-i: Not Suitable Fc" 19-0 and 1S71, featured Ber- nardj ronductiag Mozart's Ju- piter Symphony BSO Proko- fiev's classical Symphony. The first also featured Ca- nadian contralto M a u r e e a Forrester in Five Songs for Dark Voice by Harry Somers or Toronto, and. Mozart's Umbre FeL'ce. The second in- cluded tie last raxrdings by Pierrette Alarie and Leopold Simoneau in four arias by Haydn, and Andre Prevost's Evanessance. Prevost'i wurk will also be among the Canac'-ian composi- tn he. feahmH-1 by the orchestra on the European tour. CBC MARES TAPES .As the earlier record- the latest one was put on tape by the international serv- ice of the CBC. and the tapes turned over ro RC for prepa- ration of the disrs. This arrangement, orches- tra managers indicate, may come to an end. The orchestra had intendri to make a recorriing featuring Bernardi as piano soloist concijciir.c Lhe Rave! piano concerto which t'ni orchestra Ne'n1 York cit- ies' acclairrj last spring A C3C technicians strike HOT- ever. made ti'-Ht i-ecording im- possible. Steven Star-'k. DDW teaching at Oberiin College ia Ohio, was bom in Toronto and studied there and Li Europe. In 1S56. at the age o; 2J. he as cr.ceen by the late Sir Thomas Beechan to 02 con- certmaster of the Royal haraodc Orchestra. He made about !5 recorcL-igs a.id. bterr.ailOTaliy. is rroca- b'y Canada's vio- linist. Beecrofr. tras bom b Osha-ra, Or.L. rucirn urrder John Weln- s'.vetz Tnror.lo. Iialy. She has 1! raaio- works to her cred-it. as as many smaller ones, aad is widely- kriov.Ti Li Canada as 3 rado on zi'jsic. Theatres in red BLVVTYRE. Mian-; (API Movie in this Ess. riL-an oertre are nir.ri-.c n the red. They liiir'er.fo. that bar? scopes o: sex. violerjce arn "u> HELICOPTERS CALGARY PC'I Btginrinc, jurs.. Jon. 16 4.30 p m. ImhLTlor CctSy 17 Wcrk Courit Becinninq Tues Jnn. 16 7.30 p m. Insfructof: David Dch) SIS. 00 12 Week Course JUNIOR CREATIVE ARTS Eecinninq Wed. Jon. 17 p.m. Cfthv Evirs S9.00 12 Week Course CREATIVE ARTS Bea'nninq Wed Jan. 17 7.30 p m. Iniliuelc-: Ei mi SIS.CO 13 Week C urss JUNIOR MISS MODELING COURSE Age 13-16 F] -S GROOVING MAkE Each Thursday, Feb 1 to Mar. 1 pm BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE Thursdov, Jonuory 1973 TH! IFTHERIDGE REPAID 7 BRITISH ACTOR WEDS British ocfor Michael nsw TO-TEI- bscuty queen Shckirc Scksn, n-crricge in c chcpei. 1' woe the see-no1 r7--arriage far Coirs end f-rs Baksh. Veteran actors run for council LOS AXGELES '.API Tu-j fijed ro rjn sgainst tro lacus- vereran actors. Rudy Vallee beat city cp-jncilors h a e Valiee. who battled with the cornea ia an unsuccessful at- tempt to cnarife naie of the where he to Rue c-2 said thai re to -1ear the guts out of of" L.V cou-ci.: and "curb fome of the arro- gar-oe o: iirje eras." Tne sicer (fie-d to oppose inrumberj; J. 5f. ---ho parw> of ir.c'juGLit the Hills area where Showtimes P Short rjb'-ccts 7 'CM -Valseh: Papers" L25t cotr.zlete sho' PARAMCll'XT CINEMA "Dr. Zhivsgo" OIK complete show f: Acul: ;o o- -o '-Ycu'U Lie My No: for Children lives L-r-dica-i. he :5 acair.st Ec- Edelman. 52. MA.VY LAKT? are 5-0 '.akes Osy have never APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED AT THE B.P.O. ELKS CLUB OF IETHSRIDGE 1251 3rd Ave., S Ph. 327-7219 FOR THE POSITION OF COOK Contact the manager for on appointment t> CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13lh ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "THE LINE MEN" SATURDAY-SOCIAL EVENING P.M. UNTIL A.M. <2.00 COVER CHARGE PER PERSON F.UFFE1 SUPPER INCLUDED AT 1 A.M. MUSIC by 'COUNTRY BLUES" Members and their invited guests Blind train for radio SPOKA.VE. Volunteers and hand-be-doivn equioment traniformed a suburban Spokane basement into a tiny radio station that serves as a unique broadcast training ground for the blind. The basement cold. Card- board egg-car dividers serve as soundproofing. And the 10-watt transmitter covers only a 10-mile radius from an antenna mounted on a tele- phone pole in the back yard. About 50 volunteer an- nouncers and programmers ranging from ID blind college students have worked at Us "at or.e time o- another since we he- gaa." says Geo-ge Cols. whose basement houses KPBX-FM. The station took to the air last spring. With support from Spo- kane's Blind Steering Com- mirlee. Cole started a I class of sis blind persons :ianiuig broadcasting h the free lessons be gives to voiun- IKTS. He already has trained 10 blind persons and is working with 3ve blind girls, all students at Col- lege here TT'DO probably snrk at KPBX they fin- ish rrainiiig. 'Ttie blind are great to teach because they've eot such xrell-developed memo- ries." Cole said." "You teil trjem something and they retain it." Planning for the fearuring a varier.' of music and cornmeDtary. :nucr, oi rt producsd by blind or less a lark. "It took us alxrut a ysar and a haL' froa the time actually sat and deeded Canted t radio station 'dl we were co the air." Me sj.id. "Wnh dcmatec legal and engineering help and donated and used equipment, w? pm the station 03 the atr for UTJ- der THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL n the AZTEC LOUNGE UPTOWN COUNTRY MUSIC by "1ANCE RILEY" CABARET "FREE FALL" THURSDAY, FRIDAY 4 SATURDAY THURSDAY Everyone Admitted Free of Choral "The People Who Tokt Time lo Build Thi Beit" firing you ihe Finest in Stereo Compon- enli now Dt: JACK'S RADIO TV SALES SERVICE 302 13th St. N. Phone 327-4979 ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES lOih GAME S500 JACKPOT IN 55 N05. S250 IN 56 NOS. S125 IN 57 NOS. [f nc bingo called ofler 57 numbers we will continue far SSO BONUS S500 JACKPOT 50 NOS. HO ONE UNDnt 16 YEARS ALLOWED! ELKS ond INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Enferfainment for ELK3 end INVITED GUESTS ONLY in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, JAN. 11 "DIPLOMATS" FRIDAY, JAN." SATURDAY, JAN. HITS AND A MISS" TONIGHT thru SAT. AND 9 10 P.M. Run Francesca! Run for your 1 life! ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHr.DREN YPULUJKE MY MOTHER a thriller LXE FtTTY D JKH RliHUQ TVOHU KS91WT ItJWflf poitmiouiic Starts Tomorrow Ont thaw Dt I p.m. Cn 5-_ Sarti. ZZ7-51DO LIMITED ENGAGEMENT Matinee Sat. Only at 2 p.m. Evenings Daily at 8 p.m. STANLEY KUBRICK'S ODYSSEY B NEXT WEEK; 1 WINNER OF 10 ACADEMY AWARDS! "GONE WITH TKEWBUr 4 DAYS ONLY JAN. 17-20 Sjndicali The war Uwy lived-The way Ihey diri A DW; RESTRICTED ADUIT paramount TONIGHT ThrulAT. AT AND P.M. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT DINNER OF 6 AMDEMY AWARDS! DOCTOR LAST TIME TONIGHT ONE SHOW AT S P.M. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT-CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMIN3 AN D SKATING SCHEDULE Facility Thups., Jan. 11 Fi. 1- FRITZ SICK- POOL HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE ;