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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Opera singer to set mark Accelerating his career OTTAWA When Gwenlynn Little of-Toronto steps onto the stage of the Na- tional Arts Centre opera house Thursday she will sing her 180th performance of Zer- lina in Mozart's opera Don Giovanni. She also is noted in her oper- atic career for two other Mo- zart the maids Susanna in Marri'age of Figaro and Despina -r. Cosi Fan Tutte. All three roles call for comic acting ability as well as a high soprano but each is different. And in this arts centre pro- Miss Little said in an the role of Zerlina will be different again from INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD Established 1911 Floor 4th S. PhOM 327-1541 anything she has done before. Under Anthony English stage the production takes on new color and action not usually associated with the dark drama of Don Giovanni. It's a version of the Don Juan in which the famous lover is dragged to Hell by the ghost of the father of one of his victims. Zerlina is the fiancee of the Don's and is another one of the girls whom the Don tries to seduce. The production has been in rehearsal for three weeks un- der Mr. which Miss Little said is unusual for opera productions in North America. the stars of a production have less than a week's stepping into their parts after choruses and minor parts have been set. Miss Little has sung the Mo- zart roles so often that they have become second nature. But still there are new stage directions to and occa- sionally new crises to be faced. LABOR CLUB Corner 2nd Ave. and 13th St. North WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT In The Clubrooms Thursday Friday Saturday July 2Oth Members and Invited Guests at the MINERS' FAIR WEEK 9 P.M.-2A.M. NIGHTLY AND 2 Hours Every Afternoon 733 -13th St. N. Members and invited guests Age doesn't slow Hope By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD At 71 most men are slowing down or have quit the race en- tirely. Not Bob Hope. Bob Hope turned 71 May far from thinking about taking it he's actually accelerating his career. He's going back to a schedule he abandoned two decades ago. doing something this Hope I haven't done for 20 years I'm going out on the road and playing a week a week The big of What makes Bob when he has more money than he does he keep on with his insane schedule of endless perfor- His answer is at best. good he says. For He just smiles and leaving the to the imagination. Perhaps he needs to work to satisfy some inner urge for glory. Perhaps Leslie Town- send Hope's early years of poverty as a child in England and in Cleveland and later in the vaudeville compel him to amass still more money. perhaps he is so attuned to working he simply cannot contemplate an ex- istence without it. For ex- consider his schedule of benefits he could play somewhere in the world every day and is booked months in advance. He is working on seven specials for NBC for this coming TV season. There are two movies he'd like to make. He's working on a book about his Christmas trips to entertain servicemen. And he's a big wheeler-dealer in real too. It's a schedule that would throw weaker men for a loop but he seems to thrive on it. see if I thrive on it later he says. Later He looks 20 years younger than his age and says he feels as good as ever. His home in Toluca a pleasant Los Angeles is famous for its unique one- hole golf course. Every day he goes out and plays. His country is only a few minutes away. Almost every at about he drives over and plays a round. He was thinking of taking up I had enough trou- ble hitting a ball that wasn't moving without trying to hit one that Bob quips. On the grounds of his home is an office building. In it a half-dozen people constantly work away at his cor- his business af- fairs and fan mail. Show Times PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short SUPER COPS. 7.25 9.30 LAST COMPLETE 9 00 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects- 7-15 9-15 BUTCH CASSIDY. 7.25 9.25 LAST COMPLETE SHOW- 9-15 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects. 7.00 9.00 NEWMAN'S 7'15 LAST COMPLETE SHOW' ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN OREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE NIGHT OF COBRA 11-50 ONE COMPLFTE 10'00 GATES OPEN- ADULT NOT SUiTAoLE FOR CHILDREN COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Public and Museum July July July July July 22 FRITZ SICK Swim 1200-1 00 pm PUBLIC SWIM -30 p m and p Swim 12-00-1-00 pm PUBLIC SWIM 1 00-5-00 p.m. and SWIM 1-00-8-00 p Swim rOO-5-00 p.m. Family Swim Swim p.m. Public Swim 1.00-7.00 p.m LIONS Swim p.m. and Swim p.m. and P Swim 1 -00-5-00 p.m. and p Swim p.m. and 6.00-9.00 p Swim p.m. and 6.00-9.00 p.m. HENDERSON SWIM 11.00am.-9.00 SWIM 11-00 Swim Swim Swim 11-00 a.m. p.m. Registrations to fill vacancies In swimming Instructions will be tsken at the pool of your choice during the above listed SIR ALEXANDER SALT 00-4.30 p p.m HENDERSON ICE Skate 8 p.m. BOB HOPE His family has grown married and moved with the exception of one who still lives at home. The family and business staff are in little evidence when you visit Hope. You are escorted through to a large sunny and where a pretty girl named Yvonne serves lunch slowly but surely. The conversation ranges a broad at Bob's whim. He always has been a good talker and he'll talk about anything as the mood strikes him. and I are still good he says. of is the former Vice President of the United Spiro T. Agnew. is doing all he went on. now working for foreign governments for one and helping them purchase goods in the Hope remains basically a Republican and pro-Nixon and says things like this sort of thing has happened before. could write a book about what goes on in he says. known six presidents very well and I know what goes on in the White House. Governments are run by people doing favors for people and expecting favors in return. I could write the whole story. It would be a but I never MUCH UNDEVELOPED Only about one-third of Can- ada's total area has been brought under development to date. PROFIT Phone ROY MclNTOSH at 328-9271 CHRYSLER DODGE 3rd Ave. and 11th St. S. Phone 328-9271 FOR YOUR FAIR WEEK ENTERTAINMENT at the GARDEN MOTE SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre DAY OF THE in color. July 20. Thursday show at p.m. ADULT. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre in color. Starring Ryan O'Neal. Friday and July 19 and 20. Thursday show at p.m. ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre DARN In color. July 19 and 20. Thursday show at p.m. FAMILY. TABER Skyvue Drive-In Bargain Nite a car. CITY in color. July 18. With Raquel Welch. Show at p.m. TABER Tower Theatre CHINESE starring Bruce Lee. In color. July 20. Thursday shows at and p.m. NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. college cinema NOW SHOWING it Md p.l. ADULT-NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN RELAX IN AIR-COOLED COMFORT green acres drive-in Sun. ..WHEN THE RUNNING STOPS. AND THE BULLETS BE6INI IN CO-Slarnriq ROGER ROBINSON He was a ADULT silent stranger until his guns talked'. 'amis or A LAST TIME TONIGHT and Of THE COBRA paramount cinema STARTS TOMORROW at and p.m. AIR CONDITIONED COMFORTABLY COOL FOR SUMMER WINNER OF THE GOLDEN BEAR AWARD BERLIN FESTIVAL 1974 WINNING International Cinemedia Center presents 'The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz' starring RICHARD MICHELJNE RANDY JOSEPH WISEMAN DENHOLM HENRY JOE SILVER ond JACK WARDEN as MAX. Ends Tonight CASSIDY and the SUNDANCE STARTS TOMORROW at and n I p.m. paramount The jjniiMlcst musical of them COMFORTABLY AIR-CONDITIONED MAME SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY ONLY AT P.M j- n in LUCILLE BALL .BEATRICE ARTHUR BRUCE DAVISON JOYCE VAN PATTEN KIRBY FURLONG ROBERT PRESTON as Ends In color Ron Leibman ;