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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta AFRICAN COUNTRIES Tp EXHIBIT CRAFT PARIS Six French- peaking African countries ire to participate in the world handicraft exhibition at York University in Toronto this June. CANADIAN ROLLER DERBY May 20th p.m. EXHIBITION PAVILION CANADIAN ALL STARS VI BALTIMORE WASHINGTON CATS lor First International Roller Derby League PLUS HALF TIME GIRLS RACE Admission M.OO Bleachers Children 11.00 oH Tlckvti on saM at Dougi or LethbfMge Exhibition Watch Roller Derby every Saturday on Channel 13 at 3 30 p m Gabon Chad and the Republics of Upper Volta and Togo will present a selection of their native crafts with financial help from the Paris- based Agence de cooperation culturelle et technique. The exhibition was organized by the World Handicraft Council SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES C Theatre SINGS THE in color Starring Diana Ross May 8 show at 8.15 p.m. NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. PINCHER Theatre LOOK in color Starring Julie Christie and Donald Sutherland. May 8 show at 8-15 p m RESTRICTED ADULT Theatre m color Starring Gene Hackman and Shelly Winters May 10 and 11. Wednesday show at 7.00 and 9.00 p.m. ADULT DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROS8HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite I 304 Slh SI. S. Ph. 327-7144 Lethbrldge HERBALPERT 2 for 1 Special-PRIME RIB ALSO A SPECIAL KIDDIES'MENU HOTEL Reservations Preferred 4th Ave. S. AN INNS CANADA HOTEL Ph. 327-3191 LETHBRIDGE MUSICAL THEATRE Registration and information for pro- spective Fall musical cast members Bow- man Arts Centre 8 p.m. Friday May 10th AUDITIONS Bowman Sunday May 12th at p.m. -w -w -w ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUE SOU1 n EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NEW BLACKOUT Played Till Won Number IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD Limit PAYS DOUBLE Ho uiMtor 1 e ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT May 9 TOWN May 10 May 11 If Your Dates End With a Handshake RED COACH LOUNGE presents Tom McNicol nightly for your entertainment TAVERN NIGHTLY- Mother's May 12th 2 for 1 Special 4th Ave. 7th St. S. Phone 327-3191 caNaoa HOTEL BETTER JOIN OUR CLUB Once you've mastered a few basics in Fox Trot or the old magic of togetherness begins to take effect. Soon one holding action leads to another. Learn to move beautifully It's a brand new ball game. We'll help you win it through our dance parties and weekly mixers. You're just two feet away from really Get in on the fun. It's easy and it only takes a few lessons. Give it a You'll be glad you And remember. your first lesson is free of charge. 329-0955 Cell Afternoons or Evenings mohte cnsto i dance aoaoe Pruegger's Annual INVENTORY CLEARANCE 3 DAYS ONLY Sat. GUITARS accoustics and electrics OFF REGULAR PRICES. Brand names such as and others. Also Used Gretch and Fender Guitar for sale AmpllllBlS Student Professional OFF REGULAR PRICES Brand Names such as Darius Also Used Darius. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT All Rhythm Electronic Band Eekoplcx. Wah and Sustain Etc. UnUIVIu both student and professional sets. OFF REGULAR PRICE Brand names such as Cornet. Baxter and Star. Also clearing Flutes. Trumpets. Saxophones. Autoharps. Banjos. Drum Cymbals. etc. OUR ANNUAL FABULOUS SALE WITH TOO MANY ITEMS TO MENTION HERE. PRUEGGERS MUSIC LTD. Band leader tells story behind return By BOB THOMAS LOS ANGELES horn was trying to tell me recalled Herb Alpert. it wouldn't re- ceive the notes that I was try- ing to push through it. I wasn't able to tap my inner resources. So I decided to put the horn away for a while. wanted to take time off to decide what I wanted to be when I grew The 38-year-old leader of the Tijuana Brass was telling why he suddenly broke up the multi million dollar enterprise four years ago. Also why he has decided to return to show business with the band. It all started in 1962. a onetime movie extra and army recorded a num- ber he called The Lonely Bull It combined bullfight crowd noises and the thumping beat of a Mexican mariachi band. His Jerry supplied the name for the band- Tijuana Brass. The Lonely Bull quickly sold a million launching the Alpert-Moss A and M Records. Within two Tijuana Brass albums were selling 3 5 million copies The demand grew for public ap- and in 1965 Alpert gathered a group of musi- cians to play concerts and television specials GREW DISENCHANTED The various A and M enter- prises were grossing mil- lion a year and success seemed automatic. Too much concluded a dark and contemplative man. began losing that feeling that I had early in the he said ''The albums automatically sold 1 3 million in and I got the feel- ing that I wasn't being treated as a musician. I felt we had become some kind of factory Alpert's zest for performing dwindled m mid-1969 as he sensed his music was getting negative He also ad- mitted he was going through an emotional few things happened that I couldn't account for His marriage was breaking up at the same time but he doesn't think that was the source of his disquiet. did our third and final television special in October of and the horn wasn't he recalled. we left immediately on a five-week tour of one-nighi- ers through the East to where we played before Queen Eliza- beth and to Europe BORED BY SUCCESS through the tour I wasn't able to play right I have a whole bag of bad memories about that tour Alpert announced in early 1970 that he and the Tijuana Brass were going to take a 'temporary recess In real- ity he was totally bored He didn't think he would ever re- turn to the band There followed a long pe- riod of self-searching met with a psychiatrist but after one meeting I de- cided I didn't have time to help him. he was in worse shape than I Alpert said He became his own psy- chiatrist and he recalled sit- ting on the beach on the wind- ward side of Oahu a list of the things that bothered me He concluded he was suppressing his and he found help in behavioral psychology traced things to habit he said J had decided the I could either learn to accept them or try to reverse them started to change for me I began playing the horn and it told me you're on the right keep it up During this time he pro- duced albums for other artists at A and but it wasn't re- warding creatively Six months ago he decided to bring back the Tijuana Brass Show Times 530-5th St. S. 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