The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on January 22, 1975 · Page 17
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Wednesday, Jan. 22, 1975 The Ottawa Journal 17 1 1 WWII WIHKMWM'MIIIII I lllWIIWIWlllllliy.''WW'l A.J J . by?. a . The Pled Piper of Hamelln probably was not as careful as Toronto school teacher Inger Branla, who leads her small ' Hildegarde By TOM BUXSTROM -NEW YORK (UPI) Hildegarde, "the incomparable," returned home Monday night;' .os trim, vivacious and provocative as always. She also wore her sleeve-length white gloves. "The trend today is to go 1974 1975 "ACCORDING TO THE EVIDENCE" A clever . comedy-thriller .:... JAN. 10-25 ' 8.30 P.M. (No Sunday Performance) BOX OFFICE 233-8948 . UCINCIO UK .-. COLETE RELAXATKHi at Ottawa's first and fa moot Leisure Studios THE RED TAPE RETREAT (smt972) For Ladles and Gentlemem KTEBSAT10SAL HOSTESSES Ckermlnj, friendly mt wiy, houtiful ELEGAHT t PRIVATE ATMOSPHERE COMPUTE FACILITIES . 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The mostly : over-40 audi ence chuckled knowingly, . reverence in, their smiles and theuv applause less a. cheer - and more an ovation, -of re.'. s p e c t toward a vocalist, dancer and piano player who has captured the , hearts of lovers. for more than 45 years. "I was tall and gawky, my voice was squawky and -1 came from Milwaukee," remembered and later told one r03 i-i 15113.' 0. ii n'HUTi fOUKi:OWWHAT?l WE'RE OPEN LATE TtZTEDERTOH SOKRSniTKSTM 2M4IM NOW APPEARING 4 THE BUTLER MOTOR HOTEL 112 Montreal Rd. r DECISION Ottawa, January 15, 1975 The Canadian Radio-Television Commission announces the following decisions effective January IS, I97S. Decifion CRTC 75-17 Application by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation to amend Hs broadcasting licence for CBOF Ottawa, Ont. as follows, ' ' 0 Frequency! Powen PRESENT 1.230 kHi ' 10,000 wans day 10,000 -watts night PROPOSED 1,250 kHz 50,000 watte day ' Frequencyi Powen 50,000 watts night ' ." '-.I Antennar change site to a location northwest of Caaoriby, Ont. . ' '' Decision: APPROVED . ' Decision CRTC 75-18 Application by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation to amend Its broadcasting licence for CBO. Ottawa, Ont. as follow . y ' '. PRESENT Frequencyi Powen - 910 kH - , 5,000 watts day - . .5,000 watts night PROPOSED 920 kHi 50,000 watts day 50,000 watts night change site to a location Frequencyi Powen' Antennai " Northwest of Carsonby, Ont. Dedtiont APPROVED pupils across the ice of a frozen pond.:; Soma were on Bkat.es and some were not as. they slipped and skidded. (CP Photo). 'incomparable 9 . ringside gentleman: "I knew - youp father well." The rumor had it that Hil-; degarde would celebrate her 70th birthday the first of next month. ''Dont do that to me," she snapped to a reporter. . ''I'm uuy. guiug vi pe sixiy-iune. Seventy will take care of itself next year. ' - "In f a c t, ' " she, quickly added, "I'm going to be 49. Jack Benny, made 39 famous and I'm going to do the same fof 49." . - , Sixty-nine or seventy, made little difference, to those in her audience Monday night Each was. equally. unbelieva ble. - ' . - v Dressed first in a black se-. qulned floor-length coat and Materia flowing '.snow-white gown,: Hildegarde moved the width' and breadth of. the . dance floor with the grace of a iO-yeanMnld. Appearing after -a gruelling four-hour rehears- j,:,:vK,;i,.,i,:sv.'':,.viv.viv.'.: I STANDISHALL I HOTEL ji; 1 MAIN ST., HULL g ' 777-3101 - :: .- - .. ... . . -. . . ...v..- :J N THIS WEEN I THE EAST END BRIGADE . -I OTTAWA, ONT. 1 ' ' . - ' OTTAWA, ONT. OUYUFTOVM DkectoMeneraT of licensing jlJ i r fern al at: the end of a 44-state concert tour, the blonde en-" tertainer displayed -a bouncy vitality anything but artificial. "I've always said mat if you have any pride in yourself, you've got to take care of your health," she said. And she . Her. opening Monday began Hildegarde's 100th week at the Persian Room, a Manhattan supperclub" she 'helped make famous and once, in fact,' ordered redesigned. In centre-stage was a baby, grand and hardly a . twinkle on glass could be heard as she played a - medley of ti : songs she - made famous, among them, "Darling, Je Vous Aime Beau-1 coup," her. theme song. :: Always -present,' a - white hankerchief and the sfeeve-length white gloves. : : -- It was some 45 years ago that Hildegarde, a young girl from Milwaukee, sat down at a piano and delicately fingered its keyboard . wearing white evening gloves. The gloves became a fad and her trademark was set The. worn e n ' s glove industry has owed her a favor since. . . festfalinltfG Treble Clef Stereo 175 Sparks St. BOX OFFICE 0PEFJS TOMORROW A VERY SPECIAL THEATRE TREAT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILYI v .--"iSSfcr I IK ' THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13 7.30 pm FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14 7.30 pm SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1E 10.30 am, 1.30 pm, 7.30 pm Opera Adults: $3.00 Children: $2.00 Arrau: By MAUREEN PETERSON : Journal Critic 4 A full house at the NAC Opera Tuesday came t see -and hear.' a; living legend- r pianist Qaudio Arrau, who -for many years has delighted. . : concert-goers on three conti- v nents.. : The unabashed enthusiasm 7- i . of the audience.-caused: the v. I .celebrated virtuoso to get up. . from his . piano bench; and' take a bow even- before' he. had played a note. l Without fear of contradiction, I can say that his record ings' Of woflcs oy Bratuns, r ' Liszt,-Schumann, and Beeth-' oven are among the- finest in the world." . .' Tuesday night be performed -Beethoven's Concerto Number - 5, The Emperor, and although some of the lustre of earlier performances has dimmed and some of Mr. Arrau's vitality has been spent in innumerable concert appearances,: he is still an unquestionable gifted performer. - The NAC orchestra, in excellent form, was under the admirable direction of Raffl Armenian, -and the - performance was the first of a pair of Seagram's Celebrity Concerts.- The opening allegro of The , E m p e r o r , was crisp -and clean; The adagio, one of the sweetest Beethoven ever composed, (and the one from : which the multi-talented corn- s poser conductor Leonard .Bernstein luted". Tnere's a : Place for "Us from West Side Story) was as gentle and expressive as a lullaby. .: - , t The'' concert - opened with Srul Irving Glick's Suite He-braique, played the previous night in a special arrangement by the Camerata chamber ensemble: In Tuesday's performance it opened with a brilliant brass . passage, wandered -through a nostalgic tapestry of Hebrew melody,- to a richly An ' Exciting New ' Musical Version of - PINOCCHIO . The Delightful Family Classic with 102 lavish life-size marionettes. Ottawa contrasted dialogue, and ending in a superbly rhythmic dance. , 1 ' Again in Mr. . Armenian's sparkling Interpretation of Schubert's Symphony Number 9, the- brass section reigned majestically oven the orchestra, in the opening movement. 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