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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THi 1ETHBRID6E HERALD Thursday, June 7, 1973 Youngsters snub -Mounties in favor of sports stars LONDON, Ont. (CP) Hockey players and other ath- letes are more fascinating to Canadian youngsters than the RCMP is, an official of a bubble-gum manufacturing company says glumly, J. D. A. Urquhart, vice- president of the company, said in an interview Wednes- day a series of his firm's bubble-gum cards depicting RCMP history appears to be a flop. Interest in the of them come in a 10-cent package of bubble not up to our early ex- he said. The 85-card series hit the market in April and there were about 10 million cards across Canada now. But most youngsters were snubbing them in favor of cards depicting hockey, base- ball and football players. Chris Anton Turntable topics-classics Russian Opera Overatures Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra con- ducted by Yevgeny Svetlanov. The Bolshoi Theatre has been the scene of some of the great- est operatic performances in this century so it is appropriate that an album of Russian op- eratic overtures should have been produced here. Music of this quality can only come from long practice of familiar LETHBRJDGE MUSICAL THEATRE 1973 FALL PRODUCTION MAME PRELIMINARY AUDITIONS and CAST REGISTRATION FRIDAY, JUNE 6th at 8 p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PHONE DICK MELtS 328-2341 OR 328-5228 EVENINGS and favorite music. Certainly that makes this orchestra best suited to this music. This collection is taken from the works of members of the 19th century Russian national- ist school of composition. Only a few of the more well-known members are presented on the album with the emphasis on a quality selection of music. The principal works are from some of the many operas composed by the great Russian master Rimsky Korsakov. The hauntingly beautiful "Sea Epi- sode" from his opera "Sad- ko" and the overatures from "May "The Tsar's and "The Maid of Pskov" compose one side of the album, forming a cross sec- tion of 30 years of Korsakov composition. __ The remainder of the album is, divided among works by Glinka, Borodin and Mussorg- sky with overtures from their most popular operas. The overture, while present- ed to give a preview to the music, also gives a preview to the plot through the very charg- ed nature of the composition. (Melodiya-Angel The Mephisto Waltz and other "satanic" paino music of Franz Liszt, John Ogden. Franz Liszt's preoccupation with the diabolical has produc- ed perhaps the most intricate if not intriguing music ever 324 13th STREET NORTH NORTH LETHBRIDGE "YOUR PRO STORE FOR HARD-TO-FIND HARDWARE" PHONE 328-4441 POINTS THE WAY TO GREAT SAYINGS ON THESE TIMELY PRICED ITEMS RAIN-WAVE OSCILLATING SPRINKLERS Four watering positions allow deeper even penetration. 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ONLY 18" ECONOMY BARBECUE Reinforced rolled rim firebowl with preplated tripod legs. 3-positiOn grill adjustment. Baked enamel finish. Big value C 77 littla price DELUXE MOTORIZED BARBECUE Cookout in style with this 24" deluxa barbecue. Multiple ribbed firebowl Is equipped with sculptured tapered steel legs and 5" whitewall wheels. Handy lower tray, worming oven and heat Indicator. Chrome handles. 3- posifion spit. Electric motor. Black and harvest O Q7 .3 I gold. SPRING SPECIAL TELSTAR' 17" KETTLE BARBECUE Modern satellite styling teamed with maximum cooking efficiency. Fire pan insert prevents discoloration of outer bowl. Pedestal type legs. 4 4 Q7 Side handles fc I I BALL-B-Q The most versatile outdoor cooker made Cooks, roasts, grills and broils with unique revolving heat. Weather, proof aluminum hood, heavy-duty re- movable firepan, two grills. Converts to table model. 43" high. Easy to assemble. ONLY 24" MOTORIZED BARBECUE 24" multiple ribbed firebowl, ratchet type grill height adjustment. Hood, legs with wheels. Striking red spit and electric motor. Folding tripod legs with 4Vi" wheels. Striking red and black finish. Exceptional value. SPRING SPECIAL I 8.47 TABLE-TOP BARBECUE Baked enamel finish, chrome plated grill. Easy to assemble, uies no no nuts. 10" high. SPRING SPECIAL ELECTRIC CHARCOAL LIGHTER Fire your charcoal grill quickly and easily. 3-prong grounded plug on a 6 ft. moisture-resistant cord. ONLY, EACH 1.77 KINGSFORD CHARCOAL 20 2 composed for the piano. This music requires an expert to do it true justice and pianist John Ogden has the capacity to provide it. Some of the ori- ginal compositions by Liszt were so filled with difficulties that only he could play them. Liszt later published a revised and simplified version of his music which is what is com- monly heard today. The seven pieces which com- prise this album span the en- tire extent of Liszt's repetoire from his earliest operatic com- postions for the Weimer thea- tre to the turbulent music of his last years. These are all shorter works but all are of the tempestuous nature Liszt inherited from the genius of Paginini. This collection serves as well as any can to describe the gen- ius and perversity of the man some call "the greatest pian- ist of his The title of this album is completely correct when it calls this music sat- anic. (Seraphim "Concerto For Sitar And Or- chestra; Ravi Shankar. London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Andre Previn. The introduction of Indian classical music to the western world has come about only very recently and has been the work of virtually one 'man. Ravi Shankar has already re- corded several albums of sitar music in conjunction with the violin of Yehudi Menuhin but "Concerto for Sitar and Or- chestra" is the first time that the Indian style of musical composition has been applied to an entire symphony. The concerto is Indian in style with the symphony integrated into the style to produce an overpowering essence of the east. Sixteen percussion instru- ments are utilized besides the regulars to produce an impres- sive combination of melodies. Merged with these melodies is a "drone background to em- phasize the melody or "raga" which composes the body of the music. This background is initially provided by harps which are then replaced by strings. The raga is primarily played on the sitar but does desist before the orchestra on occasion. To the ear unaccustomed to this style of music there will be a strangeness but the es- sential melody pervading this music will convince the listen- er of its potential. (Angel SFO- "The Igor Stra- vinsky, Orchestre de Paris con- ducted by Seiji Ozawa. The first -performance of "The Firebird" took place at the Theatre National de 1'Opera hi Paris on June 25, 1910. Since then this work has received the favorable praise of the entire musical world. The ballet was the first major composition of the then young Stravinsky and was his step- ping stone to success. The complete score contained 19 sections but over half of these were bridge passages be- tween the more momentous movements. In 1916 Stravinsky reduced the ballet to only six passages and three years later reorchestrated it for a smaller ensemble. Often this later work is recorded and presented with no mention of the longer complete version. As a result, the dramatic proportion which is such an integral part of this music is lost completely. Fortunately this album pre- sents the entire 1910 score with all the articulation that has thrilled so many concert audiences. The superb produc- tion of this album will make it a treasured addition to any collection. (Angel "Le Chateau Dn Hir- ooki Ogawa. The Japan Phil- harmonic Orchestra conducted by Yozo Toyama. Traditional Japanese music has never met with great favor in western symphonic circles and this absence is shown to be an unfortunate oversight by this recording of Ogawa's "Le Chateau du Japon." This symphony is, in reality, a concerto for traditional Jap- anese instruments and western symphony. Each of the five movements centre about a sin- gle instrument to produce a musical blend that is sure to meet approval with western audiences. The principle instru- ments used are the Koto the Shafcahuchi (a bamboo the Ryuteki (a bamboo piccolo) and the Biwi (a lute- like Recordings of the Japanese Philharmonic Orchestra are certainly not common but the beauty of melody and har- mony and the grace of Japan- ese rhythm will certainly change that. (Classic TRAIN BREAKS RECORD TfflRSK, England (CP) A British railway speed record set in 1938 by a steam locomotive was broken Wednesday by the experimental High Speed Train, a diesel. The eight-car train did 131 miles an hour over an eight- mile stretch between here and Northallerton on a test run. The previous record was 126 miles an hour. The train is intended to go into service between Lon- don and Bristol in 1975, with a scheduled speed of 125 miles an hour. GARDEN HOTEL (now under new management) Presents 'THE IMAGE' NIGHTLY THIS WEEK IN THE TAVERN VAN ISLE SEAFOODS will have a truckload of FRESH ICED SALMON (Never Been Frozen) and Cooked Crab and other Seafoods parked at CENTRE VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTRE NOTE: (We are not at College Mall Shopping Centre) FRIDAY, JUNE 8th From 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Featuring lobster tail, shrimp, salmon, fresh and imoked erab and various sea foods Special orders will be taken. MMHMB mm TV HIGHLIGHTS THURSDAY PROFILE: These Our People, p.m., Ch. 7. John West's leading educationists, is host Jim Butler's featured Charyk, principal of the Hanna High School and one of the guest. DRAMA: Man and the City, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. Mayor Afcala's school for gifted young artists is threatened when a harpist accuses the principal of causing her pregnancy. MOVIE DRAMA: "A Death of 9 p.m., Ch. T. A mother's ordeal as she witnesses her daughter's murder trial. REPEAT PROGRAMS: George, Little People, Carol nett Circle of Fear, Streets of San Francisco, George Kirby, Maude, Here Come the 70s. INTERVIEW: Merv Griffin, 12 midnight, Ch. M. Jack Klugman, Jim Backus, Marty Allen and actor Fred WiHianv son are the guests. MOVIE THRILLER: "The a.m., Ch. T. Alfred Hitchcock's terrifying vision of should our feathered friends run amok. NOT SUITABLE FOR SMALL CHILDREN. FRIDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Hell Below 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A girl journeys to the Antarctic to investigate the death of her father. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the res- ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. if CHEC Money McGill and Allan contemporary News; Contemporary Sports; Leo Dow Farm News; MUS.C Sunday Mornings. MONDAY thru FRIDAY News N6WS 7i40 SpOrTS Bury! Clark Buryl Clarke 6-'10 News News 6-35 Buryl Clarke Buryl Clarke Farm News Bob HesKeth Cattle Prices Checllne News News Buryl Trading Post CJOC News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whltt, BUI and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch THURSDAY N.GHT CBC News Doug Marvin We Remember Leo Dow John Oliver Farm News Sports Grain call of the John Oliver Wild Prooe 1220- World at ,r. 6-30 Stan Ballley Show Phone Bill Show 8-00 Bruce Bowie Show Joan Waterfield- Jim Parsons Jim CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY a noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-l a m. Dell-0 SUNDAYS Doug Card Probe 1228 News, Wthr, Sport ew News, Wthr. Sport News and Grain MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-0 6 p.m.-IO p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.rn.-12 midnight Concerts, Overturts a.m.-l p.m. and Encores Concerts, Overtures (Bob Concie) and Encores Prices Jack Thys Stan Bailley Show (Bob Concie) 1-J p.m. The Hour (Germsp. program) p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-U midnight Concerts, Overturts (Bob Concie) THURSDAY NIGHT Home Run BBC News News World at Six As It Happens Themes and Variations CBR Radio 1010 Calgary From the Capitals Radio Noon 10-15 Five Nights a Week stockmarket Music and Opinion The Inner Ear FRIDAY Eye Opener World at Eight Eye Opener News, Wthr, Sports This Country Take It From Max Ferguson Bob Kerr BBC News Home Run BBC News News World at SIX Don't Miss Reading The Lcthbtidcje Herald CHINOOK COMING OUT TUESDAY 'Included with your copy of The Herald) Southern Alberta's LARGEST Rural Circulation Copies-Over Readers mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) Fright Nile: The Birds THURSDAY NIGHT Hollywood Get Smart 6: CO News These Are Peopta Man and the City Carol Burnett Movie: Death of Innocents Ed Allen 10-30 Maude Band Wagon News Won Ami CJOC News Friendly Giant Crossfire Mr. Ores Up FRIDAY Marvel Pinoechlo Farm and City News Sesamt Strttt Lassie Truth or Conse- quences Lets Datl Klara's Kornw Galloping Gourmet Joan Waterfield Take 30 Edge of Night Family Court Drop In You ___ Hollywood Squarai CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Coblevision Ch. 4) THURSDAY NIGHT News Pierre Berton Merv Griffin Styla FRIDAY Thought for Day University of Air Family Affair Romper Room Movie: Hell Canada A.M. Below Zero Uncle Bobby Show Somerset Community Another World Calendar What's the Good Fashions In Sawing Word? Cartoons It's Up Ta You Trouble with Tracy Buckshot x.jj star Anything Can Do Buckshot Star Trek News Beat the Clock George The Little Peoplt Circle of Fear Streets of San Francisco George Kirby Here Come the 70s Supermarket News Yoga KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) THURSDAY NIGHT News News Bonanza Ironside Dean Martin News Tonight Show FRIDAY Understanding Our KFBB-TV Great THURSDAY NI6HT News News Truth or Consequences Mod Kung Fu Streets of San Francisco TV-5 News Ui3fi Movie: Night In World Baffled :45 Salute Agriculture As the World Turns :00 Today Show News :00 Today In Montana The Doctors 30 Pyramid Another World jgryrarnia Hollywood Talking Secret Storm Mike Douglas Show Jokers Wild News News :00 Sale of Century 30 Hollywood Squares :00 Jeopardy :30 Who, What, Where Gams :5S News Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) FRIDAY Left Make a DM) Farm Newt Newlywed Kangaroo News Jack LaLanna Audrey Galloping Gourmet Young and Restless News Search for Tomorrow All My Chlldrto General Hospital One Lift to Live Days Ot Our Llvtt Dinah's Three on Match Dating Garna Split Second Bewitched Password ;