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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta WHIJ TV highlights MONDAY Baseball World of Joe 6 Cb. 9. Second in a two-part series on Detroit Tiger veteran Gates Brown. Cb. 9. The Cincinnati Reds meet the Cardinals at St. Louis. Live. MOVIE CRIME The Turning 8 Ch. 11. A state crime investigation for corrupt cops and politicians. William Edmond Alexis Smith. 2 hrs. Of All 10 Ch. 7. Canadians at play is the theme of this program. Romantic Ch. 7. Kenneth Clark concludes his two-part study of Jean Auguste Dominique. MOVIE A Severed Ch. 11. Irish Murdoch's dark farce about sexual relationships. Lee Richard Claire Bloome. 2 hrs. MOVIE All These 12 Ch. 7. An attempt at slapstick comedy. Eva Harriet Ander- son. 1 20 min. TUESDAY MOVIE Tell Them Willie Boy is 1 Ch. 13. A gripping story about a search for a renegade Indian in 1909. Robert Robert Katherine Barry Sullivan. 90 min. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Televisoh Stations. Any variation in program schedule is dde to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. Musician Still active at 69 Forrester stuns TORONTO After a successful medical practice and an active musical Boyd at shows no signs of slowing down. Officially he was off to Winnipeg recently to con- duct the Winnipeg Festival Orchestra. In a few weeks he takes on the directorship of the first annual Blue Moun- tain Summer School of Music at Ont. In 1932 Mr. Neel left his London medical practice to devote his energies to music. His decision marked a major historical moment in the mu- DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic 1 304 Slh SI. 8. Ph. 327-7244 sical world when almost single-handedly he and his or- chestra brought about the Ba- roque revival. ''I know it seems hard to believe but when we started out there was one or- chestral concerto of Vivaldi's in print and even that was bad- ly bowdlerized. The whole of Handel's Opus Six were virtually un- known except to a few musi- cologists. wasn't a musicologist by any but I had assem- bled a group of 18 string play- ers and there wasn't bloody much for them to play. I be- gan haunting the British Mu- seum and a lot of early music was there as it was originally written. It had all Been ig- nored for 200 years. I started copying it all all the by CHEC 1090 PHIL LETHBRIDGE and the WESTWINDS at the ALEC ARMS HOTEL Monday Friday Farm News News. Wthr.v Sports Checline Sports Grain Prices News. Sports 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 a.m. Don McMaster p.m. Concie's Carousel p.m. Don McMaster p.m. Del King Midnight Overtures and Encores Midnight Sign Offon Monday Tuesday thru Friday Del King CBR 1010 Monday As It Happens Music Of Our People Identities News. Sports From The Capitals Five Nights A Week CBC Playhouse Ideas The Groove Yard Tuesday Warmup Eye Opener World at Nine Eye Opener The World at Nine This Country In The Summer Time Signal Radio Noon Summer Scene Stock Market Summer Scene Off the ttt-.ufd The Goon Show BBC News Home Run World at Six THE LETHBRIDGE LACROSSE ASSOCIATION There are seven teams in the association this year with age groups of 11 to 21. FOR YOUR FAIR WEEK ENTERTAINMENT at the GARDEN HOTEL FAMILY UNICORNS KINSMEN COMETS FAMILY ADANACS LETHBRIDGE WARLORDS MIDGET MOWKAWKS LABOR CLUB LANCERS LETHBRIDGE NATIVE SONS Drop out and watch the boys in you will enjoy yourself and see some very exciting Lacrosse. I Monday Password Hollywood Squares O News IB Lucy O News News O News News OI News O Baseball O Lawrence Welk Tyson Truth or Consequences Rookies ID Fred Davis O Travel Alberta Headline Hunters O Shrine Bingo 09 Kung Fu O Partridge Family CO The Turning Point O Cannon O Sixty Minutes Medical Centre O Double Up Americans All O News News Pig 'N Whistle 09 Target The Impossible Ot A Severed Head O Romantic Rebellion O Tonight Show a News 09 News O News 09 News Whoop-Up Hilites O Country Way ID Merv Griffin O All These Women Tueidiy Morning O Understanding Our World O Salute to Agriculture a Farm News CD Thought for the Day 0 Canada A.M. O Today Show 0 Captain Kangaroo O Today in Montana ONews 0 Pinnochlo O Romper Room O Gambit O Farm Facts Fred Davis O Now You See It 0 Klara's Comer 01 Audrey 03 University of the Air O Hollywood Squares Jack LaLanne O Ed Allen ID Yoga 0 Jackpot 01 Young and Restless O Mon Giant O Celebrity Sweepstakes 09 Pay Cards O Search for Tomorrow a Mr. Dressup O NBC News O All My Children ID Fatal Apple O Sesame Street O Winning Streak 09 Galloping Gourmet CD Let's Make a O As the World Tunis O Days of Our Lives O Uncle Bobby 0 Newlywed Game ID Eye Bet 01 News 01 Bewitched O Let's Make A Deal O The Doctors O Another World General Hospital O These Our People 09 Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here Match Game tO One Life To Live O Frontier Collection O Pyramid O Implications O Tattletales 0 Dinah's Place 0 Somerset 0 Our Town O Mike Douglas 0 Jeopardy 0 Take Thirty 0 Another World 0 What's the Good Word 0 Edge of Night 0 Girl In My Life O Jokers Wild 0 Forest Rangers 0 Spilt Second 0 Anything You Can Do 0 Mod Squad 0 Brady. Bunch ONews AT THE ELKS CLUB of LETHBRIDGE DURING WHOOP-UP DAYS SALLY DEE and the PLAINSMEN TONIGHT thru SATURDAY July 15th to 20th p.m. to a.m. FOR MEMBERS and INVITED GUESTS nice Xerox machines and we gave a concert at the Aeolian Hall on Bond Street a BBC sound in That concert took and ultimately the rest of the music-loving by storm. Mr. Neel became a celebrity overnight. Thexday after the concert his orchestra was of- fered lucrative contracts by the BBC and Decca Records. Mr. Neel started to tour Bri- tain and later the Continent. He also conducted for films. In 1935 Baron the Austrian ambassador to the Court of St. in- vited the Boyd Neel Orchestra to perform at the Salzburg Festival. The orchestra played a work by a young British composer in Salzburg and it marked the start of Benjamin Britten's inter- national reputation. Following a tour of Canada and the United Mr. Neel was offered and sur- prisingly accepted the post of dean of music at the Univer- sity of Toronto. He came he because he felt he had taken his orchestra as far as it could go and also because he was excited about the possibilities of Canada. Under his music prospered at the university and the Royal the faculty of music and the opera school all moved into new buildings. He also started the Hart House Orchestra which gained the reputation as the true successor of the Boyd Neel Orchestra. It ran into initial problems. Mr. Neel planned his concerts for Sunday the same time as his original orchestra had performed in and discovered that Toronto had a law prohibiting performances on Sundays. WHOOP-UP DAYS at the NAVY and AIR FORCE VETERANS CLUB LETHBRIDGE UNIT NO. 34 TUESDAY. JULY 16th-12 NOON to 8 P.M. DINING ROOM SPECIAL MEAT BALLS and SPAGHETTI and BUN Each................................. a.m. to a.m. Dining Room and Lounge Entertainment by Courtesy of STOKE'S DRUGS and CLIFF HELUM NO BINGO THIS WEEK ONLY FOR MEMBERS and INVITED GUESTS ONLYl DISNEYLAND EXPO TOUR August 1.17 days as low as Includes transportation and accommodation. Tour Includes San Fran- cisco. Knotts Berry Universal Urana Las Vegas. Expo 74. NORTHERN BUS TOURS Alberta Phone 327-3536 or 329-4474 Also Plncher Creek Travel Centre SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Theatre I in color. Tues- July 17. Monday show at p.m. ADULT. FORT Theatre STONE in color. Starring Charles Bronson. July 15 and 16. Monday show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. PINCHER Theatre DON IS in color. Starring Anthony Quinn. July 16 and 17. Monday show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. Theatre in color. Wed- July 16 and 17. Shows at and p.m. ADULT-NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. COMMUNITY SERVICES DIPAR1 PUBLIC SWIMMING. CIT G AND OF LBTHBH SEUM I EDULE July July July July July July July 221 Noon Swim 1 I p.m. I Public Swim I p.m. I ran SICK Swim p.m. Public Swim .Swim p.m. and Swim p.m. Public Swim p.m. and Swim p.m. Public Swim p.m. and Swim Swim p.m. Family Swim LIONS Swim p.m. and Swim p.m. and Swim p.m. and Swim p.m. and Swim p.m. and Swim p.m. and Swim p.m. p.m. HENDHiSON Swim a.m. Swim Swim Swim Swim Swim Swim p.m. PLEASE Registrations to fill vacancies In swimming instructions will be taken at the pool of your choice during the times listed p.m. HENDERSON ICE Skate Skate p.m. in medium role Ont. Contralto Maureen Forrester gave a stunning first-night performance this week as the whisky-sodden spiritualist in Clan-Carlo Menotti's pocket The Medium. With stockings sagging and slip showing in a portrayal of a woman whose best times are Miss Forrester's warm voice filled the Strat- ford Festival's Third Stage arena. The Medium will run OR alternate nights until July 20 with Charles Wilson's church The Summoning of Everyman. The Canadian work opened last Wednesday followed by the moving and sometimes scarey opera written by the Italian- American composer in 1946. Members of the opening- night audience stood to applaud Miss Forrester and the two other leading coloratura-soprano Janis as Madame Flora's daughter and Sebas- tien Dhavernas as the mute Toby. Raffi Armenian conducted the Stratford Festival ensem- ble in the production directed by Michael Bawtree. Susan Benson created the set and costumes for Madame Flora's living room in the early 1930s. Madame Flora is a medium who specializes in raising the voices of dead children for their grieving with the help of Monica in a white and Toby behind a cur- tain pulling leavers to make the seance table levitate. At one of the Ma- dame Flora feels a cold hand at her which drives her close to half wondering whether the spirits of the dead can perhaps really rise. She blames who Cannot explain and in a drunken Madame Flora shoots the mute thinking she has killed a ghost. It is a gripping accen- tuated by Menotti's music and effective lighting by Michael J. Whitfield. While the star is undoubted- ly Miss the singing of Miss Orenstein and the acting of Mr. Dhavernas contribute much. Sister Bar- bara lanni of the Sisters of St. Sault Ste. who was also in Wednesday's also gave a stirring performance as Mrs. the woman attending her first seance. Miss Forrester's voice is known around the and her acting Thursday night showed her accomplishments in that field as well. As she thrashed Toby with a HAS LARGE FOLLOWING The one of the most popular recording groups of the have sold more than 75 million records. Show Times Monday July PARAMOUNT. THEATRE Short SUPER LAST COMPLETE ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short BUTCH LAST COMPLETE ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA THE SPIKE'S BILLIE TWO LAST COMPLETE ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN QREEN ACRES DRIVE IN BADGE CHARLIE ONE ONE COMPLETE GATES RESTRICTED ADULT one almost felt compelled to stop her from going too far. Other singers in the 75- minute opera were Dan Lachti and Lynda Neufeld as Mr. and Mrs. regular patrons at Madame Flora's seances. paramount TONIGHT and p.m. Throughout True Story of Two Cops Called Batman and Robin paramount cinemct TONIGHT TUES. at and p.m. BUTCH THE KID ARE AM tor fun of HI ADULT fKK. NEWMAN KOKKI'REDPORP KATHARINE ROSS. CASSVT ft THE SUNDANCE college cinema TONIGHT Tl 2 TOP n WESTERNS L ADULT-NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN First Show 7 p.m. Tkra tm and 10 ke I lie hero. Hifiy Spin They got thai wish. Lee Marvin Gary Grimes Hqn J.lpwhiTl Martin Smith Spikes Gang green acres drive in TONIGHT and TUES. RESTRICTED ADULT -18 YEARS OF AGE AND OVER A gun in his sock a tire iron in his bah and no badge. The story of Eddie. mine Paramount Pictures Presents W KOCH Production BADGE 373 .-ONE COMPLETE SHOW 10P.M. ;