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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta _ IHE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thutstkiy, November A, 197! Provincial drama ivorkshon ,sl B EDMONTON' H'lM Miw as far north as (irnidt- 1'rainr than ll'.Ti pn-son.s luivr ivuistcr- ami Grande Cache Id as lar cd for this ww'kend'.- liiird an- .Miiilh as she .'-ai I. imal provincial drama "ll's prohably one (if shop "Ihe IT in "est and most successful n[ it.-, Alice Policy, drama kind in Canada." supervisor for the cnli'iral dc- Mrs. Policy said the VMT.'.- volopment deparlnient, said shop will open tt.lii a Wednesday presentation by '.'iiadel i 'n- The workshop, uill he Wheels, the travelling lieid in Ked fiver-, is spon.-nn'il division of Kdni'mton's Citadel by the dej-artinvnt ami iii-iniy 'fheatre which Mill prc.M nl togetller teachers, member, 111 one of its dramas community drama lantips and written especially for children. high school slndenl.-- iroin over the province for sindy -e.- CMNCS TO l.ll-'I-: sions. she said. This The bowfill fish is lenaemu.-ef program will eoncenirale on life and may he kepi out of creative drama, theatre I'or uater for 2-1 at low lein children and ptippeln. peraiure without any aMparen: "We've had registrant.- ironi i harm. amhas- ;r to Canada, is leaving Ihe GO DELUXE GREYHOUND WITH 'HOSTESS CARE1 AND COMPLIMENTARY FOODSERVICE DAILY, NON-STOP SERVICE To: CALGARY S 6.50 EDMONTON S15.50 __ Leaving Letbbridge Bus Depot, 6: 30 a.m. j New schedule now in eflect DOWNTOWN-TO-DOWNTOWN, I ty HOTEL-TO-HOTEL CONVENIENCE. NO RESERVATIONS NEEDED. .JITSPV -lor former world 'lii'iivywciRht h o s i n has h e e n elecled The Musi isn't dead By MICHKI. Canadian 1'rrs Stall Writer It's alive and well and liv- i -rr n. A. 'nB under an a'sumed name CaiiHla, ounly she, iff He do- inb ,jk Uilli-ini Sli'.-in'i tiv anool I am! The Fourth Way the only things that have changed from the halcyon days tf Charlie Mingus and Thelonim feated William Straus by aboul voles Willful I. who.-o real name is Arnold Creair., heccmcs New- Jersey's only black sheriff. lie 'won Ihe heavyweight title in I'Jiil from Charles. After he retired from the ring he returned to Camclen, his hometown, and eventually bo- came public safley director. Monk arc the lines of distinc- tion. kind of started to come to Ihe public's attention with Miles Davis and his album Miles in the Sky." says pian- ist Mike Nock, one-quarter of The Fourth Way. "That was like a signal al- most, for lots of jazz musi- cians, that there were good elements in rock and it wasn't necessarily square. It wa, like the seal of approval. kind of music which is ic.dl> a group music and which has elements of pop and elect nc; music1 and all the rest of it "This is one of the reason- I'm disappointed when radio stations say: This is jaw. and this is not because nioie than ever today the boundaries are disappearing.'1 The only thing this nev, music needs is a home, and a little hyperbole. Gas iiUeudaul Canadian tioverament this week he- will leave Nov. 1) to go New Yeak. He .said a r.ew ambassador will be appointed. hat he didn't know any o'e- l.iils. A Canadian o v e r n rr: c n t Miokesman expressed regret that Mr. Huang will leave Ot- tawa so soon after his arrival. It was assumed that Hsa chung-fii. charge d'affaires of the Chinese embassy for near- sources said ai uuav.a. j The Progressive lives won '-'I seats in Newfound land's election last week, the Liberals lilt ar.d the New Labra- dor Party one. Mr. Jamieson said the p1- ccunt and associated del ails could i-nied to change- Transport Minister lion .la- miesiin and other Liberals have persuaded Joseph Smallwod to give up the premiership of New- foundland if he still does not have a majority of seats affer an official recount of last Miles Davis play that's a now form of It's gone some- what like there was the music of the 1950s, the '40' and tin- '60s, and T think this is the music of the '70s." Jazz in the last decade of 10 return. It went as far out as Cecil Taylor and found it had nowhere to go. The music of Wayne Shorter and Joe Zawaimil. and Nock, d r u m m e r Eddie Marshall, bassist Seward McCain and Mike White on amplified vio- j iin, has transcended a lot of j categories: Good jazz players j have become good rock play-! Peacock' numvd press officer OTTAWA (CPi Don Pea- cock, 42. managing editor of the Calgary Albert an for the last three years is being annotated press'officer at the Canadian j I'KEUICTS NEW III SIC twice in two hours WINNIPEG (CP) A Win- nipeg woman working as a gas attendant in a service, station was robbed twice with- in two hours last night. A man armed with a saw- ed off rifle robbed Valerie Karros at the gas outlet of about ?100 early in the eve- ning. Shortly after police had questioned the attendant, two bovs about 17 and 14 years old held up the outlet. They fled with what re- mained in the till about ?1 in change. TIIUIISDAV COJIUDV: Funny Knee, 7 p.m., Ch. Laughing gas and novocaire make it tough for Karaly lo play it straight for her coffee commercial. I CHIME DKAMA: O'llara, Treasury Agcnl, 8 p.m., Cll. 7. O'llara explores the machinery of gambling syndicates in his probe of tax evasion. COMEDY: The Dean Martin Sliuw, p.m., Ch. 13. Eddie Albert .lonalhan Winters highlight comic inter- ludes on Dean's show. MOVIE COMEDY: "The p.m., Cli. 7. A family farce about the problems of a psychiatrist and his daughter. DOCUMENTARY: Merc Conn1 Tile 7lls, Cll. A leak at universities of the future and new trends in higher education. DOCTOR DRAMA: Tile Hold Ones, II) p.m., Cli. 13. The stcry of a rr.adel whose livdihcni! and happiness de- pend on a pretty face and she is now afflicted with a painful disease. MOVIE SCIENCE FICTION: "liiilllc lipyoncl The p.m., Cli. 7. A story aboul two countries attempting to reach Mars. FRIDAY .MOVIE COMEDY: "Where Were You When Tlic Lights Mr-ill 1 p.m., Cli. 7. The big East coast power fail- ure a few years ago generates a series cf marital mixups in iliis bedroom farce. .MOVIE COMEDY: "Horn I p.m.. Cll. 13. A last and funny story aboul the education ol a junk- tycoon's girl friend. High Commission in London. "One of the things that I feel six months before Mr. Huang I The position has been filled i rock music has done it has arrived, will be in charge again j by a career diplomat for about i helped me personally is that 1 endirp appointment of a new j two years. rack musicians, where they 1 Mr. Peacock, an Albertau. may not bo as good musicians has worked for The Lelhbridgc individually, percentage wise, Herald. The Canadian Press. I as jazz musicians, they seem Financial Post and radio sta- j to have a more creative con- Ken Drych-n, Montreal tana- liens' goaltcnder, has been ap- THE BUS PLUS! V GO GREYHOUND ...and leave the driving to us. pointed to the. legal advisory lion CHUM Toronto. Before cept and awarness of the group committee of the S o c i e t y to j joining The Albertan. be was a as a said Nock. Overcome Pollution. j press aide to former Prime j "And I see this coming back Appointed to Ihe n e wl y-; Minister L. B. Pearson. into jazz. I really see a new I erate. formed committee with Dryden Mr. Peacock is reporting fo were Montreal lawyers Heward i London later this month after iGrafftey. Gerald Bazinet, Don j cabinet approval of his appoint- Devir.o and Mce. Neuer. ment, officials said service cul on holiday OTTAWA (CP) Postal ser- vice be curtailed on Re-1 membrance Day, Nov. 11. the Canada Post of-' fice announced here. All post offices will be closed and there will be no letter carrier deliv- ery. But mail pickup and spe- cial delivery services will op- You give it all you've got. Molson Golden gives you all the good, smooth taste you deserve. It's the beereveryone enjoys. So get together.. .for a Molson Golden. ve earned it! N 322 5th ST. S. PHONE 327-7331 THE WINNERS! SAAN Back-to-School x The Winners of Ten Sony 12-Inch Color Televisions Our congratu ations go out SAAN Back-to-School draw, inch color televis on wijh th THE PI the 10 winners of the Each receives a Sony 12-e famous Tr nitron sys em. LOCATION OF SAAN STORE MRS. E. WAYNE 55 Hillgrove Drive Calgary, Mall Shopping Centre, CALGARY, ALTA. JOYCE COLGAN 753 Constant Avenue The Pas, PAS, MAN. HELGA LAUCKNER No. A 717 18th Avenue N. Cranbrook, B.C. MR. WAYNE DEROSIER 1333 1st Streel Estevan, SASK. MISS MINNIE YAWORSKI Box 472 Norquay, SASK. MRS. SAUY LISHCHINSKI 915 Troltpr Crescent Saskatoon, Blclg. SASKATOON, SASK. MRS. JAMES MARASCO Fernie, B.C. MRS. PAT MAGEE 3951 198lh Street, R.R. No. 2 tangley, Village Shopping Centre LANGLEY, B.C. MR. ROBERT THEW 10103 88th Avenue Granclo Prairie, ALTA. MRS. SHIRLEY PATON Shorwoocl Park 1972 Glenmore Avenue Shopping Centre Sherwood Park, Albcrlci SHERWOOD PARK, Trimbles TV Proarami an lliMd by .''Motions. Anytyorlaticm in. program khedulet chaitaei by the slqlioni and It not reiponiibitily" of Ihe Hfmti'tr Trimfalet i! 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