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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12-THE L.ETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, September 27, 1974 Pianist to try modern ballet MONTREAL (CP) The fingers of Pierre Nadeau have pounded the keyboard with French-Canadian rock, titillated the audiences of international jazz and some day will be wowing the con- noisseurs of ballet. For "le gros star of the Ville Emard Blues Bantf isidered one of Canada's greatest jazz groups, no project is too dif- ficult, providing his musical genius can be taxed. CFCN Announcement Mr. Mike Scott Mr. E. W. Chapman. Pres- ident of CFCN Television, 'is pleased to announce the ap- pointment of Mr. Mike Scott as Programming and Operations Supervisor at CFCN Television, Lethbridge. Mr. Scott moves into his new position with nine (9) years of Broadcasting experience in both Radio and Television of which the last four (4) years have been at CFCN-Television in Lethbridge. Mike was recently chosen by his peers as the Lethbridge Media Representative to sit on the Public Relations Com- mittee of the 1975 Canada Winter Games Society. He is also an active member of the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Scott will still con- tinue with his sports in- volvement, both on air and in the community and looks forward to serving the community in his new position. Pierre was former backup man for Quebec superstar Robert Charlebois, the singer who wen Paris audiences with a combination of rock-edged crooning and a Montreal Canadiens hockey sweater. And before that, Nadeau de- lighted the teeny-bopper set by playing at dance halls with a band called the Vikings. Now he is considering a res- pite from rock and jazz to try his hand at music for a modern ballet. It is not out of character, since Nadeau is working towards his doctorate in music at the University of Montreal. "What good is a doctorate in music going to do me now? I just want to reach that point. Whatever I do, I like to reach the highest point. It's like making love." Pierre confided in an inter- view that aside from his son Andre, his first love is com- posing rather than perfor- ming. He favors the romantic composers and said they have influenced the way he writes jazz. Chopin "played blues, you know, but they just didn't call it blues then." As for the 15-member Ville Emard Blues Band, Pierre is extremely confident. "We started in August of last year and now we're the No. 1 band in Quebec. The Starlite Trio ORCHESTRA Now accepting bookings for the fill ind winter season. PHONE 328-5638 '-GUMS STARRING WORLD CHAMPION KAREN MAGNUSSEN COMINGI Thurs.. Oct. 10 thru Sun.. Oct. 13 The Premier Event in the Beautiful New CANADA GAMES SPQBTSPLEX 7 Spectacular 4 Ttars.. Fri. Sit.. 8 Sm. 6 p.i. 3 MiliHM: Sil. 12 mot. Sit. 4 Sin. 2 f.m. Pricn: S4.00 Youths: 16 and under S1.00 Off all tickets at performace. Thurs. 8 p.m.. Sat. 12 noon. Sat. 4 p.m. and Sun. 6 p.m. Box Omen Now Opwi CANADA GAMES SPOBTSPLEX and EATONS (Crtdit OtpL) on Your Eaton Account Ticket Intornwtlon Phont 329-4737 Tickets by Mail: Send cheque or money order, payable to City of Lelhbndge. to Ice Capades Box Office. Canada Games Sportsplex. cfo City Hall. Lethbridge. Alberta. Stale number of tickets (adults S youths) orice and performance desired. Enclose self-addressed, stamped for orompt return of tickets. Don't Delay Act Now! Getting into the act A spectator joins in Thursday outside Borough Hall in Brooklyn as Angela Scarpa performs a belly dance during lunch event sponsored by the Brooklyn Arts and Cultural Association. Still active at 74 Film stunt man defies age LOS ANGELES (AP) Harvey Parry is oldest stunt man still working in films. "Of course I don't do the heavy stuff any says Parry, slim and muscular from almost daily workouts in the gym. "But I just did some falls and car work in that Universal picture, Earthquake. "Turning over a car is pret- ty easy nowadays. You've got torsion bars, steel roll bars, seat harnesses, helmets and all kinds of things to protect you. "In the old days it was different. All you had was a rope around your waist. You carried a knife to cut the rope in case you had to get out of the car in a hurry." "The pay is different, from to for a car turnover today versus in the 1920s." He intends to keep working as long as he can. "Maybe it's my Scotch he ex- plained. "When I get a movie location, I take my wife along and it makes a great vacation for us." Parry started falling early, as a tumbler and champion diver in his home town of San Francisco. He became a cir- cus aerialist and clown, then a family friend got him a job at Fox studio in 1919. "I started out as a prop Parry recalled, "but soon I was doing stunts. In those days everybody did them, including the director, and nobody got paid extra." Parry displayed photographs of some of his more spectacular stunts. One was a racing car crash in On the Beach, in which his auto appears engulfed in flames. He explained that the fire was caused by a gallon of gasoline in a container on the side of the car. The flames flashed over quickly. Another spectacular was in the 1962 How the West Was Won, in which Parry and two other stunt men fell in a crashing water tower into a buffalo stampede. The bulldozer pushing over the tower backed off too soon, and all three men were in- jured. Parry with a broken heel. Standing ovation given pipe bands NEW YORK (CP) For the first time, the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders and the Welsh Guards Band are touring North America together. They started in Providence, R.I., a week ago and wind up in Boston Dec. 8. In the process, they will appear in 11 Canadian cities starting Thursday night at the Forum in Montreal. The Argylls and the Guards band received standing ovations at New York's Madison Square Garden for their performances during the weekend. The pomp and splendor highlighted by precision marching, pipers, drummers and dancers, and the ability of the band to play everything from the Old Grey Mare to Jesus Christ Superstar, brought the house down. After the Montreal appearance, the band will per- form Friday in Ottawa's National Arts Centre and Saturday at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto. The remainder of the Cana- dian schedule: Hamilton Sept. 29. London Oct. 2, Winnipeg Oct. 16, Saskatoon Oct. 17, Ed- monton Oct. 19, Calgary Oct. 20, Victoria Oct. 26, and Van- couver Oct. 27. "But fortunately the buffalo separated and we didn't fall on he added cheer- fully. Parry, who broke his back in 1935, falling a couple of feet and landing on a wood block, says he has been going easy on the riskier stunts. But just the other day he was at it again, playing a drunk staggering through heavy traffic in The Front Page. Symphony announces first concert The Lethbridge Symphony Association has announced its concert series for the 1974-75 season following the first meeting of its board of direc- tors this week. The symphony will present its first concert Dec. 2 in Lethbridge under the direc- tion of Lucien Needham. The series will include appearances of the One-third Ninth Music Ensemble in March of next year and the Calgary Youth Orchestra in April. Season tickets are expected to go on sale soon. Canadian films appreciated SORRENTO (AFP) The Italian press and public are showing appreciation for Canadian films being shown in this year's Sorrento Inter- national Film Festival. An article in the newspaper II Giornale d'ltalie described Canadian cinema as "that un- It said the true value of Canada's "youthful commer- cial cinema" had not been recognized here and that the festival was filling this gap. The festival, which opened Sept. 20 and will end Sept. 28 with the presentation of Golden Mermaid awards, has 11 Canadian films in com- petition, six in French and five in English. So far, enthusiastic audiences have applauded Claude Jutra's Kamouraska, Donald Shebib's Between Friends, Jean-Pierre Lefebvre's Les Dernieres Fiancailles, Peter Pearson's Paperback Hero, Gilles Carles' La Mort d'Un Buckeron, John Wright's The Visitor, Paul Almond's Act of the Heart and Marcel Carriere's OK, La Liberte. Still to be viewed are Denys Arcand's Rejeanne Padovani, Andre Forcier's Bar Salon and Ted Kotcheff's The Appren- ticeship of Duddy Kravitz. The newspaper 1'Unite said there were "tangible differences" between Canada's English language films, not only in the terms of the language difference com- ing "from two different cultural traditions, but also the content. French language films were "more sociologically and politically while the films in English were "more frivolous and more The newspaper Paese Sera said French language film "is without doubt more ac- tual, richer and more It was the aggressiveness of someone colonized by an English speaking majority which ran things but was always apt to appear to be an appendage of the United States, the paper Fatal crash CALGARY (CP) Erik Johansen, 32, of Edmonton, died in hospital Wednesday from injuries suffered in a single car accident earlier in the day at nearby Airdrie. SATURDAY DISCOUNT BOMBSHELLS BEST BUY LIGHT BULBS 25-40-60-100 waH pkgs. ONE SIZE PANTYHOSE Kresge Ice Carnival Draw cfopowt fno of cny puTdMMt Sept 26 to Oct. 11 and be eligible to win two free tickets to the Ice Capades. You couM be of 4 lucky winners. Draw will be at p.m. Friday, Oct. 11. Enter as often as you wish. SORTS 16'AOz. CORONET BEBDIN6 All sizes in while only. 25% off REG. PRICE Items On From p jn. Friday wntH 6 p.m. Saturday, while quantities last KRESGE'S TV highlights FRIDAY MUSIC SPECIAL: Harry Belafonte, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. From the highlights of his 1974 Canadian tour, an indepth look at the talents of Harry Belafonte. MOVIE: McMillan and Wife, 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Rock Hudson and Susan Saint James team up as commissioner and wife and take part in a sports-car rally. MOVIE THRILLER: Night of the Lepus, p.m., Ch. 11. Stuart Whitman and Janet Leigh vs monster rabbits terrorizing Arizona. MOVIE ADVENTURE: Kings of the Sun, 12 midnight, Ch. 7. Yul Brynner and George Chakiris portray Indians clashing in old Mexico. MOVIE DRAMA: Young at Heart, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Frank Sinatra and Doris Day star in an entertaining musical. CANADA DRY'S RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stat- ions. Any variation in program schedule is due to last- minute changes by the stations and is not the respon- sibility of Chinook Beverages Limited or The Leth- bridge Herald. CHEC 1090 Friday Wayne Barry Farm News News, Weather, Sports Wally Hild Checline Roy Rennick News, Weather, Sports Grain Prices and Call of the Land Jack Neufeld News, Weather, Sports Paul Tessier Rod McDonald News is 20 min. to the hour and 20 after. Bob Hesketh Saturday Wayne Barry Roy Rennick News Rod. McDonald a.m. Mark Campbell CJOC 1220 Friday Night Probe 1220 Sports Market Report Local News World at Six News News, Weather, Sports News Soccer Results Sports News Monday thru Friday a.m. Don McMaster p.m. Concie's Carousel p.m. Don McMaster p.m. Del King Midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores Midnight Sign Off on Monday Tuesday thru Friday Del King CHEC-FM 100.9 Saturday Don McMaster p.m. Del King Concerts, Overtures Encores Del King Concie's Carousel (All Night) Friday Night World at Six As It Happens Between Ourselves Music West News, Weather, Sports From the Capitals Five Nights a Week Let the People Sing Major Progression Saturday Sounds like Saturday CBR 1010 Notice Board Sounds like Saturday Family Favorites Danny Finkleman Saturday Show Time Signal Our Native Land Native Voice of Alberta Sounds like Saturday Opera by Request Music from the Middle Demand Side Bobby Hull of Team Canada '74 quenches his thirst with White Mountain Spring Water. Team medical advisors have requested Canada Dry. to supply the natural spring water during the World Hockey series in Canada and Russia. Chinook Beverages Limited is happy to supply the athletes participating in the 1975 Canada Winter Games with White Mountain Spring Water. CJOC TV 1 CFCN TV CABLE 6 CABLE 4 Friday Hollywood Squares Password ONews e Lets Make A Deal News News News News Hurt Bacherach Special News Hee Haw Nalua Truth or Consequences O Sanford and Son Kodiak Movin On Six Million Dollar Man Six Million Dollar Man Chico and the Man Rockford File All in Ute Family Adam 12 The Texas Wheelers MASH Harry Belafonte Special The Night Stalker Mono McMillan and Wife Mannix Manhotrtcr ONews News Tonight Show Movie: Night of Utc 1 1 -mm National News News Way Movie: Kings of Oie San Movie YfiBUj at Heart MidnigM Special KRTV 3 CABLE O KFBB TV 5 CABLE O Jeannie B University of the Air Hong Kong Phooey Lassie (Pan 3) Adventures of Gilligan OD Rupert Bear Lassie