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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedntiday, July 21, 1972 THE LFTHBRIDCl HERALD 35 PLAYING IT COOL As temperatures reached Ihe goose in a fountain in Chicago's Lincoln Park and ysed 90's people came up with uncountable ways to beal the her privileged position to shoot buckelfuls of water on a heat. This girl perched herself on ihe back of a metal companion. (AP Wirephoto) IN ONE AREA All urban regions in Norway having more than inhabit- ants arc located on the coast in the southern part of the coun- try. FROM THE TEST KITCHEN FOR OUTDOOR CHEFS Reap the rewards of great outdoor cooking by adding thatextra litlletouch of dairy fresh butter. If you're going to splurge on steaks for in- stance, do it with a flourish. A pat of butter to melt atop each steak, a dash of salt, a few turns of the peppermill and even YOU will look lika an experienced chef I DRESS UP HAMBURGERS Hamburgers take a littla more ingenuity, and can do with a real pick-me-up, like Blue Cheese Butter. Mix to- gether equal parts of soft butter and crumbled blua cheese, season with a touch of garlic powder and tarra- gon. Add a generous dollop of the butler mixture a few seconds before the "burg- ers" come off the grill. BASIC BARBECUE SAUCE To prevent roasts or chicken from drying out any barbe- cue chef worth his salt will have a good basic sauce at his finger tips. With real butter it's a cinch. Try cup wine vinegar, cup lemon juice, 1 cup melted butter and 1 teaspoon soy sauce. Add salt and pepper to taste. Keep warm in a little pot at the side of trm barbecue and brush on tha meat as needed. SEASONED BUTTER Don't forget the vegetables in all tho flurry of tending Ihe coals. Keep a seasoned b'ltter waiting for that corn on the cob or baked polatoes. It takes but cup soft butter and 1 tablespoon fresli lemon juico. You choose tho seas- oning, for weed: for chives. Two teaspoons of cither should do the trick. the Cartoon Bug Stnd your eerlMni The Ulhbridge Herald, care of Mrs. Helen Kovnci, BOX <70, Uelhbridge, Alberts. ExrcniMEM HAS GOTTEN A err OUT OF Raymond Ago 16 Clarkion, Ontario rlilrpi cannrj Dug. Kcrp In llirlinrk nf our mind, m nf wnlr opcni up many rab gag iHMfc SIMPSONS-SEARS TRANSITIONAL ARNEL DRESSES Your Choice Fashionable for both Summer and the Fall seasons. Wide selection of styles to choose from. Short long ileeves and sleeveless. Some with self "belts, some pleated. Assorted prints. Sizes 10 10 13, La diet' Dress Dept. Quality Costs No More At Simpsons-Sears STORE HOURS; Opon Daily 9 a.m. p.m. Thundoy find Friday 9 o.m, to 9 p.m. Ctnlrt Villago. Telephone 328-9231. Anne Murray: nothing I can do so I look unhealthy' By MICHAEL BENNETT Canidlan Press Staff Writer Anne Murray has jumped off the star treadmill she's been running on for the last two years. All it took to make her doing what she does best again was a house full of "hlppy-dippies" at the Bitter End and some encouraging words from her s e I f -p r claimed biggest fan, Minnie Pearl. A year ago, she didn't know where she was going, She was being pushed here, pulled there, stretched almost to the breaking point. "I didn't know what I was doing. Push, push, push. I didn't even enjoy the stage. "I hated it up there and I just wanted to get off. That whole tour. I didn't want to go on and I wanted to do once I got out there was gel off." She got back on, on her own terms, at the Bitter End. Thnt laid-back week in the New York club whose artist roster reads like a contempo- rary music's Who's Who, fol- lowed a disastrous gig in Chi- cago. For openers, it was a numb- ing 35 degrees in the Windy City and the furnace broke down in the club, which played merry havoc with the instruments. STOLE INSTRUMENTS "But we didn't have to worry about the instruments too long because they were stolen the next day. Nobody would rent us any instruments because the people in Chiiago don't trust anybody. "They wouldn't rent us any- thing that cost more than 10 bucks. Finally we got in touch with somebody who got in touch with somebody else who owned a music store. "Miles (Wilkinson) was in a hurry to get back 'cause he was kind of had to drive out of town to get the s t u f f n d inadvertently turned right on a red lighi, the police picked him up, took him to the police station and the whole thing, and he had to pay a heavy fine. "It was just an awful, awful week. The worst." Not de- signed to put Anne in a good space for a gig she was "really scared of to begin with." Sunday night in New York, she sat in her hotel room and mumbled at the television sell "People aren't going to come to see Anne Murray at the Bitter End. If they do, it's out of is she doing CROWD TURNED ON By the end of the week, the girl with the wholesome, all- Canadian image she says she couldn't change if she tried, had turned on the toughest au- dience n town, just singing on a stool in her sweatshirt and jeans. "I think there they're used to having people who just kind of groove on their own on stage, and if the audience is in the same head space, they get off on it. But he doesn't really set up a rapport. "I talked to them: 'Kind of feel like you're in church here' because it's set up like pews, you know. And every now and then, something would happen on be fooling around with the guys or I'd look around and people would be smiling. 'It's really nice to see peo- ple smiling in New York, 'cause we've been here a week and seen a lot of frowns.1 Things like just talk- ing to them and they really enjoyed it. "And I thought: 'Well, there goes my theory about all the hippy-dippy people who hang out at the Bitter End.1 There's no such hing as hippy-dippy people. They've made up their own minds that they're hip- py-dippy and they put people down who have rosy cheeks, a round face and who look healthy. "Like me! But there's noth- ing I can do so that I look un- healthy. I mean there's noth- ing. I can do anything, but I still come up looking like a rose, so there's nothing I can do about that. 'NOT HIP1 "A lot of people think be- cause of the way my hair is, because of the way I look, I'm not hip. Now that's ridiculous! "Thai's the same as saying everybody with long hair is Dirty, Hippie Wierdo Freak, and that there's no merit to any of those people. Well here are these hippy-dippies, who were uptight about people being down on (hem. (timing around and really doing it to me. When in fact, I can do the kind of music that all the other performers who played there have done. "And I proved it and I felt much more at ease. That's why I think this tour has been so good, because now I knoiv there isn't any place I can't go and perform and have peo- ple enjoy it." It was backstage some- where on the road when Min- nie Pearl came up to Anne, so excited she blurted out- "I have got to be the biggest fan you have in the whole world." "Minnie Pearl! Been in the business for years! Tre- mendous lady, she really is, but I was so shocked with people like that, you know. "I got in Vegas and I went around and saw all the acts- Wayne Newton was there at the time, Patti Page was there, Peggy Lee, Don Ric- kles, people like I went in between shows. "I had like three hours be- tween shows and I'd go and catch these other acts. And I met them all backstage. But with Patti Page, I was really nervous. "I got in the audience and didn't she open with Snow- bird. Really! It freaked me right out! So I sent a card and said I'd like to meet her. "I went down and we started talking. She had all my albums and she was nam- ing cuts off them, the that were the least played. She was going to record this, that and the other thing, and I was just: "Then I was in the club in Atlanta, and people like Boots Randolph were coming back, and I said: 'If I haven't done anything else, I've made an impact on the people in the business.' "But you see, I didn't real- ize that unlil just two weeks ago. It only hit me two weeks ago. "It doesn't take only takes a couple of years for each one of those things to happen." today s FUNNY IF you GIVE A WOMAN MWC OT A RULER SIMPSONS-SEARS Craftsman! 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