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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LtlMBHIDGe HtHALU IvioiiUiiy, Jiiiiuaty 13, Political graduate now administers symphony Beagle buttons Dirk, the mighty rabbit hunter of Richardson, Texas, has his ears all sewed- up after recent surgery on a blood clot in an ear lobe. The buttons help keep skin together and speed the healing process for the 13-year-old Beagle dog. By WENDY LUCE St. Catharines Standard ST. CATHARINES, Ont. (CP) Christine Mclvor is administrative director of the St. Catharines Symphony Or- chestra, in charge of every- thing from public relations and advertising to office man- agement. "As far as I know, there is only one other woman in a comparable position with a Canadian symphony organ- isation, Betty Webster in she said. While women play a strong role in the voluntary side of all symphony organizations, lack of precedents and oppor- tunity has kept them out of ad- ministrative posts, Miss Mclvor said. And there was a tradition of employing per- sons with a musical rather than a business background to top executive positions. Miss Mclvor qualified on both counts. A graduate in political sci- ence, the 26-year-old native of Niagara Falls, Ont., became a symphony volunteer three years ago when she was as- sistant director of marketing for the Skylon in Niagara Falls. Shortly after, she became director of local sales for the Sheraton Brock Hotel, a job she held until she took on her full-time job with the orches- tra last January. "I actually have two career said Miss Mclvor, who still teaches marketing three hours a week at Niag- ara University in Niagara Falls. N.Y. "I like arts management, like what I'm doing now with the St. Catharines Symphony, and convention centre man- agement and I also have an interest in marketing." It is a job without seasonal lulls. "We're planning segments for and still doing the day-to-day planning for the 1974-75 season." Her marketing talents are devoted to making the sym- phony more acceptable to the public with a wide range of ac- tivities. Apart from its regular con- cert series, the 77-member or- chestra does pops concerts, appears in schools and spon- sors the 80-member St. Cath- arines Symphony Chorus, the 25-voice cantata choir and a five-voice madrigal group. In addition, the orchestra offers after-school music training and runs the St. Catharines Youth Orchestra, consisting of 64 students. There are beginners' string ensembles and brass en- sembles with about 17 stu- dents taking part in each. "I'm here to maintain a general all the pieces together and make sure the symphony functions Miss Mclvor said. MUSIC COMES FIRST While describing the orches- tra's musical director, Leon- ard Atherton, as one of the finest young conductors in Canada, she vehemently op- poses basing an orchestra's publicity on the personality of its conductor. That type of buildup, she said, attracts an audience that attends concerts more to see an individual perform than to hear the music. The music itself should be the chief attraction. Miss Mclvor is active in the Ontario Federation of Sym- phony Orchestras and the'As- sociation of Canadian Orches- tras, attending seminars and meeting with officials of other organizations to compare notes on mutual problems. She is also in charge of com- munications with the Ontario Arts Council and is re- sponsible for handling the or- chestra's applications for grants. During the winter, she sweeps away her frustrations three nights a week for a rink in the Niagara Falls Curling Club's business women's league and slips away to To: ronto occasionally to go to the theatre. "I'm one of those people who really plan from day to she said. "I love the work. I admit that at times I can be up to my eyeballs but it is a job not many women have the opportunity of holding." Acupuncture clinic opens VANCOUVER (CP) Dr. L. C. Jenkins, chairman of the Vancouver General Hospital's acupuncture committee, said yesterday British Columbia's first officially sanctioned acupuncture clinic will open Monday in the hospital. The clinic will be run by Vancouver internist Dr. C. C. Wong, who received acupunc- ture training in Hong Kong. About 200 patients are awaiting treatment. 1975 CANADA WINTER GAMES EVENT TICKETS Tickets To All Events Available At: WINTER GAMES TICKET and INFORMATION CENTRE (Old Lethbridge Public Library Building) DOWNTOWN LETHBRIDGE 3rd Ave., 6th St. S. the following VENUE SITES ON SALE BEGINNJNG MONDAY, JANUARY 13TH! At Various Locations Throughout Southern Alberta OR CLIP AND MAIL THIS CONVENIENT TICKET ORDER FORMI i Session No........ No....... No....... No....... No....... Mo....... BLAIRMORE Simpsons Sears Sales Office BOW ISLAND Southern Alberta Co-Op CAHDSTON Meyers Men's Wesr CLARESHOLM Wall's Shoes COALDALE Coaldale Sporlsplsx FORT MACLEOD Fori Maelsod Arena PINCNER CREEK Winter Games Office, Town Hall TABER Taber Recreation Office PICTURE RUTTE Fletchers Mayfair Foods STANDOFF Blood Tribe Administration Office Trading Company PINCHER CHEEK-Hlgas Pharmacy, Pinchar Creek CoOp, Boylinc Department Store PLEASE NOTE: Tickets in these locations available only for those events being held at a venue site In that town. x S5.00 (Opening Ceremonies) x .50 x S1.50 x .50 x 1.50 x .50 x 1.50 x .50 x 1.50 x .50 x 1.50 x S2.00 x 2.00 x 2.00 x 2.00 x 2.00 Certified Cheque, Money Order or Gift Certificate Enclosed For MASTER CHARGE No.... NAME (Please Print) STREET................ No GiTY PROVINCE.........................POSTAL CODE Mail To: EVENT TICKETS, 1973 JEUX CANADA QAMES P.O. BOX LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA SIGNATURE PLEASE ORDER TICKETS BY SESSION NUMBER (Only a Limited Number of Tickets Available for each Session Sold on a first come, first serve 1975 CANADA WINTER GAMES SCHEDULE OF EVENTS BADMINTON UMVefaiTy Qf lETHHRIDGr B BASKETBALL CARDSTOIi HIGH --22 23 S 'B loa j j r 'B0 ISC j 1 15 80 -i- j 198 220 i EJ3 359 i 1 SKIJUMPIHO 1 SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMINQ TAfiLC J5B 138 (83 160 IBf 182 1QT 180 181 1B2 i 234 j 240 i- WEIQHTLIFNMa A r D i 188 j 23> 1 WRS3TLFNQ 43 33 i j OPENING CEREMONIES LETHBHIDGE SPORTSPLEX TUESDAY, FEB. 1 1 Per Person Fission No. 255-HHAl HOCKEY EVENT AND I CLOSING M-Morning A-Afternoon E-Evoning If- Final i- Reserve Seats! No Refunds or Exchange on PRICES: Evening Adults .50c 1.50 1.50 1.50 2.00 2.00 1 iO TV highlights MONDAY MUSIC: Lawrence Welk, p.m., Ch. 7. Lawrence Welk devotes the hour to Cole Porter favorites. MUSIC: Ian Tyson, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. Ian and the Great Speckl- ed Bird are joined by singers Billy "Crash" Craddock, Sylvia, and Myles and Lenny. VARIETY: I'ig and Whistle, p.m., Ch. 13. John Hewer is the host and features Anita Scott and A. Frank Ruffo as guests. UEBUT: Science Magazine, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. With the focus of the series centering on new developments in science and technology, the first program takes a look at a nuclear techni- que for measuring toxic substances. DOCUMENTARY SPECIAL: National Geographic, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. "Washington Irving's Spain" covers a trip from the Pyrenees in the north to the Rock of Gibraltar in the south. INTERVIEW: Johnny Carson, p.m., Ch. 9. The scheduled guests host for this show is Rich Little. PEPSI RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Proarams are lined by the Radio and Television Statloni. Any vari- ation In program idiedule It due to lait-mlnule change! b, trie ata- tloni and la not the reiponiibllily ot ChlnooK Beverage. Limited or The Lelhbrldge Herald. CHEC 1090 Monday Farm News WcaltR'r. Spurts NL-W.S, Wt'ather Sports drain Prices News. Weather. Sports News is 20 min. to the hour and 20 after. CJOC 1220 li: Monday 25 Sports 50 Local News :00 World at Six Tuesday I'honc Hill Show Hour ol Information News and Grain I'rict Aew.s Sports Market Heport Local News CHEC-FM 100.9 .Monday thru Friday p.m. Concie's Carousel Midnight Cuncerls. Overtures and Encores CBR 1010 Monday As It Happens Music of Our People Identities From Hie Capilals Five Nights A Week Great Canadian Gold Hush Written in Hock Tuesday U'armup Kye Opener World at Seven World at Eight Eye Opener Tiie BBC News This Country in the Morning Time Signal Radio Noon Your Forum School Broadcast Off [hi: Record World al Six GO METRIC WITH CANADA DRY Canada Dry wishes to announce the introduction of its new 300 ml. bottle. "Just a silly 16 millilitre longer drink" available in 6 pacs, or the new 12 pac design for your holiday take home convenience. Monday Q Hollywood Squares (0 Truth or Consequences (D Password O News Q News 0) News Q News (B Let's Make a Deal Q Guiismoke (B News U Khocla (D News G.30 (D Truth or Consequences Q Lawrence Welk C0 Sanford and Son (D The Rookies Q Maude (B The Rookies Q Khoda ft Hingo U) Movie: The Sterile Cuckoo (B Ian Tyson Q Movie: Ulzano's Raid O Mary Tyler Moore (B Medical Centre O This Is The Law O Cannon tB Pig '.V Wliislli- Q .Vows 0) News Q Science Magazine (B National-Ubugraphic (I) Movie: Q Tonight Show O Man Alive O National (B News Tommy Hanks (B News 12.00 CD Meiv Criffin O Tomorrow 12.20 O Movie: The Liquidator Tuesday Morning ffl Thought for the Day (D News CD University of the Air U (JD .News fi-15 Q Understanding Our World (B Yoga O Wizard of Or. O Salute to Agriculture O Farm Ka'cts C9 Canada A.M. O Today Show tu Captain 4J Kli.rj.s Konier Q Tales of the Riverbank 0) AM America O Juliette (B Romper Room O Ed Allen Come Alive O Today in Montana O Access (School Telecast) (D Audrey Q Hollywood Squares Q) Love of Life (D News (B This Week O Jackpot (D Young and Restless O Canadian Schools O Blank Chock Pay Cards flD Search for Tomorrow O Dressup Q NBC News All My Children CD It's Your Move O Celebrity Sweepskates Q Sesame Street (B Galloping Gourmet O As the World Turns (D Let s Make a Deal Q Dale Ilarney O Days Of Our Lives CD Buck Sliot O) Pyramid Q The Doctors Woody Wood Pecker O Partridge Family 0) TV-Kive Nfews 0) General Hospital O Movie: The Garden O The Price Is Right (B Movie: Do Not Fold .Spindle nr Mutilate CD One Life To Live O Match Game Q The Money Maze Q TattlcUilcs O Edge of Night (B Another World O Wheels of Fortune Q Gambit Q Our Town 3-30 (B What's the Good Word O Take 30 0) The Hig Showdown O Now You Sec It O Family Court 0) Split Second CD He Knows, She Knows (J Joker's Wild (B Definition O News O Kits top 0) Hrady Bunch ;