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i ifytiembfe !s' A fiy Nick Baldwin 'The Drake Strings, under the direction of Wiljis Page, provided .an..-hour of extremely njeasufable musical fare.Sun- rfey afternoon In the/'Levitt Au- ditoriuni ot the Desfaoines Art dentef. ' ICoiisistinf of seven violins, two violas, two cellos and -4.6..U hlc_ bass,- lhe_ .ensemble made sharp arid vital music tfoat was made all the more effective by the excellent acoustics of the auditorium. i The program featured the prelude and Fugue for String Orchestra of Vittorio Gian- pinl, the Concerto Gross" for String Orchestra with Piano bbbllgato by Ernest Blochj and a six-part composition for Voice and orchestra' by Ned , Rorem. The latter work, "Poems for Peace," has .never before been played in the United States and is not a. composition,, that is readily assimilated. : ^fiTFrench- poems about "the blgsgings of peace and the evils of'war were put to music that is broodingly intense and dra- — ' in iiiiiimmiiiimiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiL n WIREPHOTO (AP) Prospective buyers look over some of saiuls of Horns iiKprl by M,,G.iVl. studios during; past -15 years which will bo sold during 1 the a Auctioning Off Memories auction,which began Sunday in Hollywood. Items shown here on "Stage 30, next to the main auction room, include an old-style bathtub and a brass bed. DOC AND HORN STIR OVATION DesJvloirtes M*y~4, 1976 imiiijiimiiimimiiiiiiimiimmm ---mnlically express!vc.-II '-'-'is-nol-a •work- that will appeal to those, .for,.instance, who look to vocal music for , extended melodic passages and .sweeping lyricism. 'Listeners Impressed \YlfQther the audience was moved by the Rorem composition or not, it was obvious __from4he-applause~thaT it was Im'p'fbsscd with the soloist. • 'Rightfully so. Mezzo-soprano Carolyn Stanford, a member of the Drake University voice faculty,'uses her rich, strong voice with ; m artist's attention nuarices. Praise for Bloch . On the basis of Sunday afternoon's performance, it is natural to assume she. is an accomplished interpreter of German lieder. Bloch's Concerto Grosso, the highlight of the day, was a .forceful and moving rendering of a work that possesses instant |§ appeal for its rhapsodic quality and'its wealth of stirring lyricism. Studio Auctionslts Past I And! Nostalgic Stars Bid HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. (REUTERS) - Hollywood film stars 1 rushed to snap up souvenirs of their own pails as some of the most poignant memories pf 56 years of movie-making went on the auction block at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studios Sunday. THEATER CLOCK Actor Stephen Boyd, there to buy the Roman chariots from hisTiIm "Ben HUT;" was among the crowd of about 5,000 which pushed into the 80-foot sells the dresses of films like ^M a-rre—Antoinette," "The Great Ziegfeld" and "The Wizard of Oz." tall sound stage to hear the! Miss Reynolds said she will staccato bidding. ! bin 1 for the main effects from 20 Walter Pidgeon, Rarbra Strei-i films, to put in a (Monday's starting times as provided by theater manager) PLAZA: Cactus Flower—6,8,10. PARAMOUNT: The Advenlurcrjr-6, 9. INGERSOLL: M*A*S*H—6, 8,10. GALAXY: What Do You Say to a Naked Lady?—12,-2, 4, 6,-8, 10. VARSITY: The Reivers—8:15. April Fools—6:30,10:20. 'RIVIERA: Paint Your Wagon—8. RIVER HILLS: Hello, Dolly!—8. Red Light Halts 130-m.p.h. Plane PARIS, FRANCE (AP) The pilot of a Pan Am Airlines DC-8 jet decided to keep his speeding plane on the ground seconds -before takeoff from Orly Airport Sunday when a red light flashed ot^ the control panel. They call him Doc Severinsen, but that's only an alias. His real name is Gabriel.- No one but the real Gabe, can blow the trumpet that way. Seveimsen delighted the fans at KRNT Theater Sunday" night so much they gave him a standing ovation at the conclusion of his 90-minute concert. The theater office reported that the show, sponsored by-the Des Moines J.aycees, drew 1,800 fans, who paid from $3 to $5 for tickets. Hearty Applause Severinsen led a 16-piece orchestra, made up of talented rrr u s i c i a n s from the' NBC Tonight Show band, through such numbers as "Aquarius," "Gentle on My Mind," "Get Tq- luiiMiimiMmiimiiimiiimmiimi REVIEWIIIIIIIIlllllllllll iiimmiimimimimiiimiiiiHimii gelherV' "Free Again," a medley of Beatle tunes and "Johnny-America." ... __.j._ _ All the numbers were heartily applauded for these were musicians who can read — and play — real music. How they can play! Pianists Ross Tompkins spun a dazzling medley of Duke Ellington tunes on the'keyboard, Arnic Lawrence starred as a saxophone soloist on several numbers, including "Who Can I Turn To?' 1 . . Top Soloists Drummer Eddie Shaughnessy put on a hand-warming exhibfc tion on the drums and Sonny Russo contributed some excellent trombone solos. John Pizzarelli played a classical guitar selection, without Alpine heights with" deaf, crisp notes.- No-- orfecould—havr played them as ;well. Decibel Record When .„ he concluded, Severinsen was-given'a standing ovation. He played "Flight of the Bumblebee" as an encore. Another standing ovation. Before the Severinsen appear- the PttttA Q ear-bending experience with the - M »« * ear-blending tfumpet trills from the nian call& ancle, a rock group called West Minist'rs" broke the decibel record for KRNT. —--'• The music was so loud many customers retreated to the lobby. When five amplifiers wefe removed from the stage, it drew a round of applause. The audience soon''forgot this to-sand, Barbara Stanwick and; hall of fame" she and group of 'Mickey Rooney browsed through actors arp building on ;the costumes and effects frnmj wnbrl boulevard, jsuch historical films as "Ca- , CAPRI: The Graduate—7, 9. ., , , , - , "Hollywood I PIONEER DRIVE-IN: Easy Rider—8 30,! P p r hour when the The jet, with 75 persons on board, had reached 130 miles danger sig- I I.OVP You, Alice B. okias— ' n al indicated mechanical FEAR 21 DEAD mille," "Mutiny on the Bounty," 'Marie Antoinette" and "Gone With the Wind" before the secret-bid auction opened. Loincloth for Sale Metro, feeling the effect of the declining popularity and rising costs of films, decided to sell part of its studio in nearby Culver City and to auction off the warehouse contents. Cannons, cars, gaudy costumes, chandeliers, valuable furniture an* tiques, chariots — even Tarzan's loincloth — were out on SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO (AP,) — Rain and half-mile visibility hampered the search Sunday for possible survivors from a jetliner with 63 persons aboard that ditched 24 hours earlier in churning Caribbean waters, the U.S. Coast Guard reported. There - were 41 known survi- , vors and one known dead, the Coast Guard said. ' Speculation grew Sunday that the 21 others had gone to •the"bottom with the plane's fuselage because all were rc- p o'r ted wearing lifejackcts and would have been floating in the water if they had got free. But a Coast Goard '• spokesman said: "We're not giving up on the missing." The pilot of a private rescue plane, reported seeing bodies near the crash site, but the Coast Guard said the sighting .could not be confirmed. Search planes from the U.S. Navy carriers Guadalcanal and America combed the area Sunday, but turned up nothing, the Coast Guard spokesman said. The DC-9 ran out of fuel Saturday afternoon while seeking haven from a pelting rain driven by high winds and went into the water 33 miles east of St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands. The jet was on lease from Overseas National Airways to A.EJii. Antillean Airways, a Djgfh line based in Curacao. It wa» bound for the Dutch island of St. Martin in the West Indies 200-miles east of San Juan, carrying mostly vacationers from the New York area. the auction block. Chief auctioneer David Weisz, opening the bidding, said, "As we gather on this sound stage at M-G-M studios we are witnessing a dual event — the end of one era of film-making and the beginning of an exciting new period of picture-making. "Because time does not stand still and change is constant, M-G-M decided that this tremendous collection of costumes and props was no longer needed for contemporary film production." Act re ss-Debbie Reynolds, who has angrily opposed the Metro auction, arguing the terns should be put in a mu- 11.50 Hnllv ; Ifl ) r > y ' CAPITOL DRIVE-IN The Last Grenade— 1 trouble. ....... . , , 330, 12 midnight. A Lonq Ride Fromj TUrpp O f tv-p Asked if she is lining her shoe- HHl—10:15. ' I " I1CC U1 " 1C husband Harry Karl's i EASTGATE CINEMA I: The Arrangement landing tires exploded tycoon money, she said: "No, I'm not. He's not happy about me making all these purchases. But he doesn't understand. He's not an actor." H. Rap Brown's Trial Is Slated ELLICOTT CITY, MD. (AP) 1 -The muclvddaycd arson-riot trial of H. Rap Brown is scheduled to resume here today, but -there is no indication the block —7, 9:15: WAKONDA: Bulch Cassiriy and the Sundance Kid—7:30, 9:30. EASTGATE CINEMA III: Love Camp No. 7—12, 2, 4, 6, 8,10. PLANTATION DRIVE-IN: The Only Game In Town—8:30. The. Blue Max—10.35. EASTGATE CINEMA lit The Last Grenade—7, 9. WEST-VUE DRIVE-IN: Cartoon—8:30. Midnight C o w b o y—8:50, Alice's Restaurant—10:40. S. E. 14TH ST. DRWEIN: Cartoons— 8:30. Last summer—8:45. Hooked peneration—10:40. STARL1TE- DRIVE-IN: Cartoons—8:30. Camille 2000—8:45. Where It's At— 11. militant,; who has been missing for more than nine weeks, will appear. EASTOWN: I Am Curious (Yellow)—7:30. Proceedings County Judge before James Howard Macgill The pieces sold Sunday included Norma Shearer's table 'rom "Marie Antoinette" and the replica of the Pope's throne used in the more recent "Shoes of the Fisherman." Oil paint- ngs which graced the wall of Scarlett O'Hara's mansion were up for sale. "'-' The auctioneers said they had no idea how much the items i from 2,200 films would bring. Will Sell Dresses Highlight of the 16-day auction taird Expects Draft Beyond 71 ^WASHINGTON, B.C. (AP) Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird predicted Sunday Congress will extend the draft for at'least two years beyond the July 1, 1971, expiration of the Selective Service Act. Laird said there is no way to •determine when draft calls wil fall'to zerdi adding: "The Um ing depends on several factors • including our progress in Viet oajnization and the military- strength reductions which follow,.our redeployment, and on I the response of prospective enlistees to higher pay or other incentives. ^We might do very well . . . increasing the number of volunteers but not to obtain enough men willing to enter ground combat, or not to obtain enough doctors." the secretary told U.S. News & World Report. were halted Apr. 21 when chief counsel William M. Kunstler filed a petition to remove the case to federal court.. The move, based on a century-old : civil rights law, was denied the next day by a U.S. District Court and llien again by a three-judge federal panel. Brown's attorneys have not indicated plans to appeal further. Brown, who has not yet been required to appear, has been missing since Mar. 8, ihe night before his trial opened in Rel SWISS SNOWSTORM ALTDORF, SWITZER LAND (REUTERS) - The St. Gotthard pass was closed Saturday after about 15 inches of snow' fell in many parts of Switzerland. pilot braked aircraft' fourth tire held. benefit of any electronic gadgets, that held the -audience throughout. It was so quiet you could hear people breathing. But, Severinsen was the star. ;And rightly so. He ranks with four right wingjAl Hirt, the Harry James of as the n 'd-' Jonah- Jones and Rafael Mendez. In two numbers especially — "Malaguena" and "I've Got to Be Me" — Severinsen reached and reversed the s engines, but the Doc Severinsen. BrakemanKilled In Trestle FM NEOLA, 1A. (AP) - A Milwaukee Railroad brake man, John E. Krause of Perry, was pronounced dead of a broken neck late Sunday morning after falling 35 feet from a railroad trestle near here. - Officials said Krause Was walking toward the front of a train to help in switching operations when he fell off the trestle over Mosquitd-CreekrWoTkmenz^ found his body a short time later in the dry creek bed. Ev«rgr«en Film pretenttd by Grova Press stirs Lena Nymtn. A Sindr«w« Production dlreclsd fay Vltgot Sfftman. ADMISSION RESTRICTED TO ADULTS. TONIGHT 7:30, 9:45 refurbished EASTOWN THEATRE 1536 E. GRANC Just off East 14th Freeway Exit ALL NEW CONTINENTAL SEATING enjoy our budget-priced, money-saving LUNCHEON ^SPECIAL #2 featuring cold-water flounder stuffed with crab meat dressing and served with french fries, cole slaw and hushpuppies 11 AM til 3 PM ONLY Zuider Zee OYSTCR BAR AND SEAFOOD RESTAURANT more. will come May 17 when Metro!course. Graduation Honor For DM. Colonel U.. Col. 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