Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
b 'K Bolshoi singer seeks asylum Italy A 38-year-old woman identified as a singer in the Soviet Bolshoi dance and theatre troupe has requested political police said. She was reported taken to a refugee camp near close to the Italy-Yugoslav border. Officials said the Renata took the train to Turin from where the Bolshoi was performing. Snowmobilers requested to stay away EDMONTON Agriculture Minister Dr. Hugh Homer asked snow- mobilers yesterday to stay away from fields with un- harvested crops. He said that farmers near urban areas have reported crop damage from snow- mobiles in their fields. Although farmers will be un- able to complete the harvest until much of the snow-covered grain can be recovered then. Another member of the Bol- shoi Anatollj also is in the refugee camp near Trieste. He requested political asylum in police said. SANTA MONICA Actress Elizabeth has filed for divorce from William producer of her television show Bewitched. The daughter of ac- tor Robert ask- ed custody of her three young children and alimony for herself and support for the children. She cited The couple married in 1963 in El Texas. LONDON Opera star Maria Callas will give a special concert in London Dec. 2 her 50th birthday to compensate thousands of fans disappointed over the cancellation of a previous date in September. She was due at that time to open a world-wide mark- ing her comeback with a con- cert at the Royal Festival Hall. She had not appeared in Britain since announcing her retirment in 1965. Miss Callas will appear with her constant Italian tenor Giuseppe di Stefano. November If 73 THI UTHMIDOI HMALO 7 ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUL SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NEW BLACKOUT Played Till Won Number November 8th and 15th IP WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD Limit PAYS DOUBLE No one under 16 years allowed PUBLIC ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT MM.. Nov. 7th O.O.R.P. RANCH Thin.. Nov. 8th 'THE Nov. 10th- UNttirt -KALANI HAMAIIAN Downstairs SOUTHERN.ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre in color. Friday and November 9 and 10. Thursday show at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre GREATEST in color. Thurs- Friday and November 9 and 10. Thursday show at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre CITY in color. Starring Raquel Welch and Kevin McCarthy. Thursday and November 8 and 9. Thursday show at p.m. not suitable for children. Swinger turns singer Johnny Bench of the Cincinnati Reds spent two-and-a-half hours at rehearsal in preparation for his debut Friday with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. He'll sing eight songs and narrate a special composition of Casey At The Bat. in hospital following collapse OMAR'S BACK IN TOWNI and He's Entertaining Nitely in the at the EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL OMAR WILLIAMS Piano Vocals and Othw LAS Nev. Entertainer Pearl who collapsed following a show at the Tropicana remains in hospital. A hospital spokesman said the 55-year-old singer's condi- tion was unchanged. He added that she will remain under observation. She was reported Miss Bailey collapsed Mon- day night in her dressing room and the tentative diagnosis was exhaustion. Miss Bailey and her drummer Louis live in Beverly Calif. LONDON Leading members of the theatrical and ballet world picketed the Soviet embassy in London in support of the Russian ballet dancers Valery and Galina Panov. The who included Laurence Oliver and Paul handed in a note to the embassy urging a halt to what they called planned artistic assassination of the Show Times November 8 PARAMOUNT THEATRE No Short Subjects ROMEO JULIET- TWO COMPLETE ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short FRITZ THE CAT. 9.45 LAST COMPLETE RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE CINEMA Short 7.00 9.05 ENTER THE DRAGON- 7-25 9 35 LAST COMPLETE 9.05 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Enthuikum waxes for the Beach Toronto rock concert sold out I By IAN MacLEOD TORONTO Al Jar- dine and Ricky Fataar loung- ed outside Musty Hall. The calm of the late evening was relaxing after the foot- stomping reaction they and other members of one of rock music's most established bands had sparked inside the concert hall earlier. The Beach Boys were in town making a rare appear- ance in Canada. They hadn't played in Toronto for more than five years but the ab- sence hadn't dimmed the en- thusiasm of the fans here. Tickets to the two-show stand had been sold out weeks before and many Beach Boys loyalists-unable to get inside milled around the open exit doors to bear the familiar sounds of Good Fun and Sloop John B. Inside Massey fans abandoned their seats to squat in front of the stage. Girls screamed when the group appeared and screamed again when leader singer Mike Love or guitarist Al Jardine an- nounced a particularly well- remembered song. Selections from their latest were also re- ceived enthusiastically even though most of the audience didn't know the words too well. never known an au- dience with so much reac- Al said during the break. they get so worked up out there you might even call them Above the Beach Boys confirmed that after more than a decade to- they have fused into a group whose sound is unparal- lelled in rock music. Multi- harmony and multi-in- strumental is the order of the day when the Beach Boys play on stage and adapted to their more demanding has sustained their success from the surfing image through their present stage of creating more ambitious music. Over the the Beach Boys entourage has doubled. Starting out as a five- man group in they now number 11. Four original members still are there- Mike Dennis and Carl Wilson and Al. Only Brian the main songwriting and production force behind the Beach has quit touring. Brian went deaf in his left ear several years ago and now confines his activities to the recording studio and writing. Ricky and Bjondie Chap- two talented South Afri- can Negro singers and in- joined the Beach Boys in 1970. 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PubHc Skating p m MfMNM 00-4 30 00 p With the introduction 01 drummer Al believes the Beach Boys have one of the strongest rhythm sections Ricky and who plays lead have con- tributed more than just an added dimension in the stage however. On the group's Holland songs like Leaving This Town and Sail Sailor are clearly products of collaboration be- tween the old and new mem- bers of the band. Holland was so named be- cause _it was recorded in a studio'the Beach Boys set up outside Amsterdam six months ago. They plan to record there in future amid surroundings they are ideally suited to the mu- sic they are working with at the moment. CLUB FALL DANCE Nov. 9th Eagles Hall a.m. ORCHESTRA MUELLER'S MUSIC MAKERS MEMBERS AND QUESTS WEST COAST SEAFOODS TRUCKLOAD SALE OF Fresh Fish and Seafoods Wlllbalwldat Fort Whoop-up Service Herring Oysters Halibut Shrimp Salmon Smoked fish Nov. 8 Nov. 9th from 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Ask For Prleelot and Schedule college cinema iTonitethruSat. 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