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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 74

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'• > Free pops concert set "Music of Our Land" will be the theme of the fourth free Peoples' Pops Concert to be performed Sunday at 7 p.m. to the new South Mountain High School Auditorium, Concert-goers may pick up free tickets in advance for the concert, sponsored by the Phoenix Parks and Reerea* tion Department, at the South Mountain Community School, 5401 S. Seventh St., or one Of the two LEAP Centers, 4732 S. Central Ave. of 1250 S. Seventh Ave. The night of the performance free tickets will be available at South Mountain High starting at 6 p.m., according to Theresa Perez, parks departmnet music coordinator. Peoples' Pops resident conductor Eugene Lombard!, professor of music at Arizona State University, will lead the orchestra in such light classical selections as "Pop's Hoedown" and "The Sound of Music." Edward Levy, a student at West High, has been selected "Young Conductorofthe Month" from participants in the department's conducting classes. He will wield the baton for one orchestral piece. Brothers Sam. Hernandez, vocalist and Moses Hernandez, instrumentalist are featured soloists for the concert. Selections offered by the soloists will include popular, spiritual and Spanish songs. Grower retires NEW YORK (AP) - Ben Grauer retired Thursday after 40 years of covering wars, presidential elections and New Year's Eves in Times Square for the National Broadcasting Co. "I was lucky in having a naturally curious mentality and I was lucky in being able to go into a line of work that satisfied that curiosity," Grauer told a retirement party at the Rainbow Grill. "It was all grist for my mill." Grauer provided NBC's radio coverage for the 1948 Arab-Israeli War and numerous presidential campaigns but was perhaps best known for his annual ad-lib coverage of the throng in Times Square on New Year's Eve. Ed Herlihy, an NBC announcer, paid tribute to Grauer's ability to ad lib and said he picked up the technique when he and Grauer once covered a parade together. "You were looking at the parade, Ed, but you weren't seeing it," Grauer said. Grauer said his mandatory retirement at age 65 would not stop him from working. He said he plans to do a Voice of America series in the fall. N SEPARATE PEA3EI "" -.MWMMIMP 1 WESTWOOD CINEMA Westwood Plaza 1 306 W. University Mesa 969-6066 •MlhCenluiylw piesails THE _ NEPTUNE PANAVISION'PRINTS BY DELUXE* G PLUS -i'THE CULPEPPER CAULE CO. 2 from Arizona win opera auditions SAN FRANCISCO - Finals of the San Francisco Opera 1973 Auditions, held on the stage of the War Memorial Opera House Tuesday night, and conducted by Richard Woitach, resulted in four" award winners: Kathleen Martin, Janice Felty, from Tucson, Sharon Daniels, formerly of Phoenix, and Norman Phillips. Awards were presented by Kurt Herbert Adler, general director of the San Francisco Opera, immediately after the evening's program. the $1,500 James H. Schwabacher Memorial Award went to Miss Martin, a soprano from Los Angeles. She was active in various opera productions in Southern California the past few years, and also participated in several vocal competitions, becoming a finalist of the Metropolitan Opera Regional Auditions and the Chicago Lyric Opera National Auditions. As a member of San Francisco Opera's 1972 Merola Opera Program, she sang the role of Elvira in complete performances o f Suspect finds caution needed even in court BOMBAY, India (AP) - An accused gambler claimed a pickpocket took his money in the courtroom just before his bail hearing. The judge gave him the benefit of the doubt and freed him without bail. , iquanus Cinema CACTUS RD. at 35th AVE. 938-0100 OPEN MON.-FRI, 6:30 P.M. 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"STEPMOTHER" I UNDER II WITH PARENT If this fiCor true,,, |l shoulda —CT .-..a been* IN THE LIFE AND TIMES OF " TODAY AT 2:00-5:15 7:30-9:45 Guul Slant JACQUELINE S1SSCT < TAB HUNTEt JOHN HUSTON t STACr KEACH ANTHONY FEBKINS t AVA GARDNER PLUS "WILLIE WONKA* THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY" VJ l!00-4:3P-B:PP actory"; 2 5 45-6!l5-9;45 Tw i.|iU4iPO-4:30 • 1:00-3:)5 6:30-7:45 8:55 Twi-lite 5:00-5:30 TODAY: 1:30 5:00 «:30 Twi-lile<:3(l-5:0rj Rossini's "The Italian Girl in Algiers." Janice Felty, a mezzo-soprano from Tucson, won the $1,000 Florence Bruce award. As a student at the University of Arizona, she took part in a number of school opera productions, including the premiere performances of "The Pardoner's Tale" and "The Mountain." Miss Felty was also a member of the 1970 San Francisco Opera Chorus. Phoenix soprano Sharon Daniels won the $500 William Kent Jr. Memorial Award. She has appeared in a number of opera productions around the Bay Area including, -most recently, Western Opera Theater's "Hansel and Oretal," in which she por* trayed the Dew Fairy. II Cenacolo's $250 Award went to Norman Phillips, a baritone from Denver, whose previous experience in opera includes appearances with the American Opera Theater, the Metropolitan Opera Studio and the Santa Fe Opera. Other finalists heard were: Soprano Karen Hunt from New York, tenor Richard Lee from Salt Lake City, soprano Kaye DeVries from San Francisco, baritone Thomas Halvorsen from Denver, soprano Clare Hamamoto and contralto Kennedyne Wong, both from 1 Honolulu and tenor Enoch Sherman from New York. Thomas Halvorsen received an unofficial $50 award from William Kent III in memory of Austin Morris. l«»iuth«y»«)Hth »tr««t AtBoth TMlfMt CINEMA PARK ONLY JAMES STEWART "CHEYIHMtlOCULCHH" \ CAMELBACX MALL ONLY- DAILY 11 TIL 2:30 P.M. — ALL SEATS $1,00 Phone 273-7711 for all theatres. iNEMAONE > H WUI I > I s ! A/ A -in,), si «/ Tlv.in, fMA TWO DAILY i M, CLINT IASTWOOD IN OPEN 1P.M. "TtN lt»T OF IHOW OF IHOWt (0) OPEN Pfi/i "HOSPITAL" (PQ) i p.M, NEMATHPHE "CHARLEY I THE ANGEL" OPEN PLUS "CINDERELLA" (0) 1 P.M. ~ AFIVE'fwinl i 1 ""' "- «• ^'"^one | '"A SEVflHwin ii r .w,, , virwri A>ft £ ' AX)! r I li(]hlir«i OllC £ "SOYLENT GREEN"*, KIDDIE "MiTTY MAIDS ALL IN A BOW" SHOW 1 P.M. «HAH«Afl IWf ftlMEMT" (HI ***"* JMW "Chtrlotte'i W«b" 1 Wllll* Wonka" «t 1 P.M. 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