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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta THE I.ETHBBIDGE HERALD Monday, January 27, 1975 Band boobs again PORTO ALEGRE (Reuter) The military guard of honor in southern Brazil has hit the wrong note again, this time playing the Czarist national anthem in honor of the Soviet ambassador. Four months ago a band played the West German na- tional anthem in honor of the East German ambassador. A member of the Soviet am- bassador's entourage inter- rupted the baton-swinging ma- jor to tell him that the Czar was overthrown 57 years ago. SUVA, Fiji (Reuter) Gold miners are seeking a 30-. minute mid-day sex break. The miners say this is the best time for sex, their union secretary, Navita Raqona, said Friday. The demand is one of a number of issues the strong union is discussing with a mining company. Raqona said a man has a sexual obligation to his .wife, and if he goes home "ex- hausted at 5 p.m., he cannot fulfil his duty. The union wants the sex break added to the normal lunch break. SCULPTOR HARRY PFEIFFER PREPARES SCULPTURE OF N.W.T. ARTIST KALVAK Rugged Eskimo bloodline fading PUBLIC NOTICE A Public Hearing for all Preventive Social Service Pro- jects will be held in the City Council Chambers on Wed- nesday, January 29, 1975 commencing at p.m. Those projects to be discussed are: 1. Birth Control and Information Centre.................... p.m. 2. Society for Meals on Wheels p.m. 3. Golden Mile Senior Citizens Centre.................... p.m. 4. Centre for Personal and Community Development... p.m. -Homemakers -Counselling 5. Pre-School Services........ p.m. 6. North Lethbridge Day Care Centre.................... p.m. 7. University of Lethbridge Co-operative Day.Care..... p.m. 8. Southern Alberta Mobile Observation p.m. 9. Y.W.C.A. Day Care......... p.m. Those wishing to make presentations are requested to be present.' COMMUNITY SERVICES ADVISORY COMMITTEE OTTAWA (CP) The last of the old Eskimos. whose bloodlines and lives have not been affected by white men's civilization are fast dying off and their features need to be captured quickly in sculpture. Harold Pfeiffer, an Ottawa sculptor who has been work- ing with Eskimo models for more than 20 years, says the younger generation of Es- kimos can never resemble their parents because they have not lived the same rug- ged life. Pfeiffer, whose works have been exhibited in the Royal Academy and the National Portrait Society in London, said the features of the older Eskimos are "beautifully ugly, like old walnuts." He has executed bronze sculptures of the heads of two prominent Eskimo artists, Kalvak of Holman Island, who was elected to the Royal Canadian Academy last year, and Kenojuak of Cape Dorset, who received the Order of Canada in 1967 and has also been elected to the academy. Pfeiffer first went to the Ar- ctic in 1954 with a medical x- ray survey team and was struck with the character lines in the faces of the older Eskimos. His works have been com- missioned by the Museum of the North in Yellowknife, the Riveredge Foundation in Cal- gary and other museums and government agencies. "So many of these people are very old and have lived such a rugged life that their faces have great he said in a.n interview. "They've gone through the long winters and cold nights, hunting and fishing arid fight- ing lor a bare existence. "The younger people will never resemble their parents. They can't possibly, because they're having a soft life, liv- ing on tinned goods and all the other good things of life. They will never have the lines of joy and sorrow their elders have on their faces." Pfeiffer said that since the first white explorers visited the Arctic no one can be sure of the purity of the old blood- lines. Facial tattoos used to be a mark of beauty among Es- kimo has that custom has disappeared. Pfeiffer recently returned from Greenland, where he was commissioned to sculpt the heads of a number of Greenland Eskimos. But these people do not call themselves Eskimos and are, in fact, different from the na- tives of the Canadian Arctic because of their association with Scandinavians and oth- ers for hundreds of years. He said he hopes arrange- ments can be made for him to visit northern Russia and Si- beria to sculpt the heads of native people there. The Mu- seum of the North is inter- ested in collecting a represen- tation from all northern HOUSEWIFE STABBED FAIRFAX, Va. (AP) A 29-year-old housewife was stabbed to death Sunday and her husband severely beaten following a birthday party celebration. David Voetsch, 18, a student, was later charg- ed with murder in the death of Rebecca Barber of West Springfield and with felonious assault in the attack on her husband, Joseph Barber. Inflation Busier. Every Tuesday night, Turntable topics Weisberg defies definition By MICHAEL ROGERS Herald Staff Writer Tim Weisberg 4 In 1969 Tim Weisberg per- formed at the Monterey Jazz Festival. Cannonball Adderly jewelry and sculpture, and Duke Ellington sat vonnKNT EVENTS: Man Alive, p.m., Ch. 7. TV highlights MONDAY MUSIC: Ian Tyson, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. Ian and the regulars are joined by Jerry and Joanne, Joe Stampley and Sylvia. VARIETY: Pig and Whistle, p.m., Ch. 13. Vocal duo Millican and Nesbitt appear with host John Hewer. CURRENT EVENTS: Science Magazine, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. David Suzuki hosts a look at possible brain damage in rats from large doses of marijuana. DOCUMENTARY SPECIAL: Jacques Cousteau, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. "The Coral Divers of Corsica" covers Cousteau and his crew diving for the increasingly scarce red coral used for ex- reg. Rib-eye Steak Dinner Tuesday Night at steak is especially easy on your budget. And this is no "budget" steak. It's our succulent rib-eye steak broiled to your order... steaming baked potato...tossed green salad...fresh, hot roll with butter. Family Night at Ponderosa, a family of four can dig into it for less than seven bucks. Today more than ever-that's inflation-busting! Now, that's friendly. PONDEROSA STM HOUSE A Division of Foodex Systems Limited 1025 Mayor Magrath Drive ROSA STEAK HOUSE backstage and listened to his music. They didn't know what to call it, but they liked it. I'm not even going to try and classify the music of Tim Weisberg. His compositions and musical arrangements are definitely unique. There is nothing else like it. Rock fans have heard his music. They too like it, but they can't classify Weisberg's music. On this, his fourth album, Weisberg plays flute, bass flute, alto flute, Eb flute, pic- colo, ARP 2600 Synthesiser and some percussion. His talent with the flute is magnificent, to say the least. The music is beautiful and poetic. The musicians with him on this album seem to be made for his kind of sound a sound that floats through the air, rather than force it's way through to the listener. Tim Weisberg is a musician poet with a sound as revolutionary as that of the great George Gershwin and his immortal Rhapsody Li Blue. No matter what your tastes are, you can't help but listen. (A M SP 3658.) Mary Travers Circles 'Mary Travers a beautiful person with a magnificent voice that is compounded by the feeling she puts into her songs. Peter, Paul and Mary Travers. Circles, Mary's third solo effort for Warner Brothers, is a tremendous collection of music. Included in the 11 selections that com- prise this album are strong renditions of Harry Chaplin's Circles, Jake Holmes' So Close, Kenny Loggins' House At Pooh Corner and Jim Croce's I'll Have To Say I Love You In A Song. She has been around for a while and judging from the talent on this album Mary Travers will be singing to make people feel good for some time to come. Her long association with Peter and Paul was a good and productive one, but it's nice to hear that voice of hers, alone. She has had a great following and this album is bound to please and perhaps increase her following. "Simple song that just ex- ists, like all that's best in nature, you are right because you grow to give. Have you ever noticed that having slept in cities all your life, how noisy the country is at Mary Travers. (Warner Bros. BS 2795.) Splinter The Place I Love Splinter is a powerful duo from Newcastle, England. This, Splinter's first album, produced by George Harrison, is comprised of well recorded, arranged and intense music. The duo, Bobby Purvis and Bill Elliott are quite clearly influenced by the melody and mood of the Beatles. Purvis wrote most of the songs on this record and many of them deal in some sense with belonging with human roots and bonds. It is a powerful collection of songs: .They were introduced to Harrison by Mai Evans, long time friend of the Beatles. Some very fine musicians join Splinter on this album, including Billy Preston, Alvin Lee Lewis, Gary Wright, Klaus Voorman, Leo Blume, Jim Keltner and well known washboard player, Hari Georgeson. (Dark Horse SP 22001.) Ron Wood I've Got My Album To Do. This is Wood's first solo venture and it could be-called a supersession as some fine .musicians joined him to record this album. Ron Wood is known for his inventive electric and slide guitar work with Rod Stewart and The Faces. Here, he joins New York premiere session bassist Willie Weeks, Andy Newmark, o'f Sly and The Family Stone, Ian McLagan, of The Faces, and Keith Richard, of The Rolling Stones. This album includes Cancel Everything, I Can Feel The Fire, as well as Keith Richard's Sho' The One YOU Need and Freddie Scott's Am I Grooving You. It's a very good album a fine collection, but what does Ron Wood do next? (Warner Bros. BS 2819.) "Pastures of Plenty" is the conclusion of the study of migrant farm labor in Canada. TUESDAY INSTRUCTION: Canadian Schools, 10 a.m., Ch. 7. A look at Samuel Hearne (1745 92) and how he was the first white man to reach the Arctic Ocean by overland passage. CURRENT EVENTS; Take 30, p.m., Ch. 7. "Sex Clinics" continues with a look at Vancouver and Calgary. PEPSI RADIO AND TV LISTINGS listed by the Radio and Television Stat CHEC 1090 Monday Farm News News, Weather, Sports News. Weather Sports Grain Prices News, Weather, Sports News is 20 min. to the hour and 20 after. CJOC 1220 Monday Sports Local News World at Six Tuesday CBC News Phone Bill Show Hour of Information News and Grain Prices News Sports Market Report Local News CHEC-FM 100.9 Monday thru Friday p.m. Monday As It Happens Music of Our People Identities From the Capitals Five Nights A Week Great Canadian Gold Rush Written in-Rock Tuesday Warmup Concie's Carousel Midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores CBR 1010 Eye Opener World at Seven World at Eight Eye Opener The BBC News This Country in the Morning Time Signal Radio Noon Your Forum School Broadcast Off the Record World at Six "Pepsi Cola proudly introduces the Fridge 40" Monday O Hollywood Squares 0) Truth or Consequences ID Password ON'ews 0 News ID News O News ID Let's Make a Deal O Gunsmoke News Rhoda News ID Truth or Consequences O Lawrence Welk m Sanford and Son ID The Rookies B Maude 0 The Rookies O Rhoda 0 Bingo 0 Ian Tyson 0 Mary Tyler Moore 0 Movie: Boston Strangler O Movie: Play Misty For Me 0 Medical Centre 0 This Is The Law 0 Cannon 0 Pig 'N' Whistle 0 News 0 News 0 Jacques Cousteau 0 Science Magazine 0 Movie: Westward The Women 0 Tonight Show 0 Man Alive 0 National News 0 Tommy Banks News 0 Merv Griffin O Tomorrow 0 Movie: Gunfight At Red Sands Tienhy Morning Thought for the Day 0News 0 University of the Air 0 Pinnochio 0News 0 Understanding Our World 0 Yoga 0 Wizard of Oz 0 Salute to Agriculture 0 Farm Facts 0 Canada A.M. 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