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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD TuMday, October 9, 1973 TV TUESDAY MOVIE 6.30 p m Ch 13. A friend- ly basketball game .imong men suddenK ends in a heated dispute COMEDY Mar> Moore, 8 p m Ch 7 Tender-hearted must I IK1 in old and find a new one COMEDY New Temperatures Rising, 8 p m Ch. 13 The ImxpiUl is in duos when muses oiderlies and the cleaning peo- ple 140 out on smke CRIME DRAMA Police Slorv, 8.30 p m., Ch. 7. This episode is based on a true of the rapport between a cop and his drug addict informer Don Meiedith makes his TV dramatic debut SCIENCE. Target The Impossible, 9.30 p m Ch. 13 Man s physical decay in a woild is explored DOCUMENTARY. Grey Owl, 10 p.m Ch 7 A repeat oi this piofile of an incredible man and his fight tor preserving the ecology. DOCtOR DRAMA. Marcus Welby.MD, 10p.m., Ch 13 Tired of sacrificing fun for health a defiant diabetic is risking her evesight MOVffi COMEDY "The Comedy of 12 midnight, Ch. 7. A horror spolf involving murder and the funeral business INTERVIEW. Merv Griffin, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Glen Campbell and Jimmv Breslin are among the guests WEDNESDAY DRAMA "Back Door to 1 p.m Ch 13. The World War II exploits of three I S soldiers in the Philippines STltATFORD NAMES ARTISTIC CHIEF STrUTFORD Ont Biitish director Robin Phillips has been appointed artistic director ot the Strat- ford Festival it was announc- ed He Wilt-assume his position early in the new ear working closely with present artistic Jean Gasgon departing at the end of the 1974 season Mr Phiilips will remain in England until to honor current commitments As part of his duties he will tour theatres across Canada and the United States He has gained international lecognition through his work with the Shakespeare and Chichester Festival com- panies as well as for directing pioduclions in London s West Knd and on Broadwav In 1973 he was appointed ar tistic director of the Greenw ich Theatre in Britain Among his acting credits Mr Phillips had distinguished himself as Wilfred Desert, in The Forsvte Saga and as Con- stantm in The Seagull He nlaved the lead role in the n of EveKn Waugh s Dec v. and Fall starred as in David Copperfield and made a horror film Tales trom the Crvpt with Sir Afraid ruLiiai ubun IK 11 U 1U 1 U IV Going Deaf? 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Cool smile A smiling Elizabeth Taylor fans herself in a scene from her new film, The Driver's Seat, current- ly being produced in Rome Giuseppe Patroni Gnffi of Italy is the direc- tor Saxophone player dead at 64 i VPi Ben ,m Nmoncan tenor s.iviphonist wlni with I lie hit- bands ot the 19iOs di( il Pliiu sdav at the ape ot h4 I iiends said the cause ot 'It.ilh was ,1 thrombosis ot I In ol the hi.un lie .idinittc'd to I wo weeks and went into j limn two bclore his death i (Chinese t.illed membeis nl tin I'lnl.idelphui Orchestra liuncUhip from Hie K.m people theol- ficial Hsmhua news agency reported recently I lie I nitcd Sl.iles ore hestr.i arrived in Peking for a 10- dav tour of China It gave three performances in Peking and Shanghai before return- ing home HONG Mi IK o I ee leading star in the leietit sei les ol rruiiluil alls Minis died ot a brain swelling (.uiseribv to i dmi: not irom marijuana poisoninc cin inquest told Standing ovation salutes Othello By JAMES NELSON MONTREAL (CP) Inter- nationally famed Canadian- born stars Jon Vickers and Clant_e Carson drew a five- minute standing ovation and seven curtain calls last week when they played Othello and Desdemona in Giuseppe Ver- di s next-to-the-last grand opera Othello The production by the Opera Du Quebec in Place Des Arts featured an almost complete Iv Canadian cast German baritone Siegmund Nimsgrern played lago and Zubm Mehta, now music director of the Los Angeles philharmonic, con- ducted the work based on Shakespeare's play Vickers who has made Ver- di's Othello almost a personal mission in opera on both sides of the Atlantic put on a powerful performance par- ticularly in the last act when he dies at the bedside of Desdemona whom he has murdered out of jealously in- spired by lago Vickers displayed an astounding range of vocal abilities, at times comman- ding tender, anguished, prayerful tormented, healous, and, at the end, humble He moved about the Contemporary mass opens Hamilton centre New pathologist who per toinied the alter Lee died in hospital here 20 said the swelling could have been ausul ,i in p mi killet the ador had been t.ikinu ECUMENICAL BEES WOODSTOCK Ont (CP) A swarm of bees invaded St Paul s Anglican Church mak- ing ii to iliOve parishioners out of the danger area On the same Sunday another swarm occupied the manse of St Paul s United Church at nearbv Tillsonburg and stayed put even when Rev Ross McCann lit the furnace By JAMES NELSON HAMILTON (CP) The first performance of a con- temporary mass by Gait MacDermot the Montreal- born composer of Hair drew a rousing standing ovation m Hamilton s new fll-milhon art centre at its opening last week Even before the last chords were struck and sung the 75-piece Hamilton Philahor- monic Orchestra and the 60- voice Ontario Youth Choir the 1.900 first mghters jumped to their feet with cheers and applause Mr MacDermot v. ho now lives in Nevv York and the Laurentian Hills north of Montreal used a modern text based on the Roman Catholic mass by William Dumaresq setting it to rhythmic lyrical music not unlike his hit song from Hair The Age of Aquarius Mr Dumaresq worked vvitn Mr MacDermot on one of his London productions, Isabel s A Jezebel Thomas Pierson led the orchestra choir and soloists Allan Nicholls Salome Bay and Nel Carter MdiDenriot plaved piano, with Bernard Purdie and Gordon Edwards on drums and electric bass to provide the rhvthm and bridge music The hour long mass was divid- ed into 28 selections including a brief svmphonic interlude LED ORCHESTRA Earlier m the evening, the Hamilton Philharmonic s regular conductor Boris Brott led the 75-piece orchestra in Dvorak s Symphony No 9 From The New World It was largely through Mr Brott s success with the orchestra and his driving enthusiasm that the city built the new art centre called Hamilton Place The Great Hall of Hamilton Place is primarily a concert hall for the orchestra but adaptable to stage works with full facilities for drama in- cluding dressing room accom modations for 200 stage regally or panther-hke. as the mood of the work demanded Miss Carson's and his voice soared at times above the full orchestra the Montreal Symphony and a 60 voice chorus The production was newlj- mounted, wifh sets and lighting by Robert Prevost costumes by Richard Lorain and stage direction by Peter Potter of London Because of the elaborate sets for the four acts of the opera some of the inter- missions ran to 40 minutes longer than the acts themselves pushing the final curtain well past midnight Place Des Arts officials said more practice for the stage crews will shorten the running time Prevost has established a mark in opera here and at the National Arts Centre in Ot tawa for the substantial nature of the sets he designs In this production the stone ramparts of Othello s castle in Cyprus really looked real un der the light of flares and bon- fires The third act setting ol the great hall in Othello s palace was also stunning with flights of stone steps among Corinthian style pillars To summon the court Maestro Mehta produced quadraphonic trumpets in the pit, off stage to the light offstage to the left and even in the fly above the stage Friday October to 2 am Saturday October to Midnite Tickets each Exhibition Pavilion MlruhMMts Inn tnlirtiinmint ind tfilwiou fitnun food including sniirkriil wuip and pork hocks ill yours il tkiOktobirtist M 10 KM music of tin Polki iMd and tin Nmchboys Get your tickets from North SideBaKerv Norbridge Meat and Sausage Shop Old Country Sausage Shop and Delicatessen Jack Biech s Barber Shop Lethbridge and District Exhibition Office Sponsored by the German Canadian Club and Lethbrldfle and District Exhibition Peter Sellers, cook In a variety of that British comedian Peter Sellers has played, perhaps the one of a cook in a new -om- edy, Ghost in the Noonday Sun, is one of the most demanding. Now filming in Cyprus, Sellers plays a ship's cook who kills all other members of the crew, remaining as the only parson who knows where treasure is buried. GO TO JAIL LONDON (CP) Plans for converting the historic1 Middle-sex Counh courthouse into a museum include a restciurant in ilie old jail canteen The building will be vjcaled by piovmcial govern- ment law enforcement of- ficials next Mav IIKAT SETS HKCOHD IOHOMO K Pi The- An LMIM (lining ulluli !l III tilt1 Ws WOK' K niili'd t IIIMM! 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