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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, March f, LETHBRIDOE HERALD 3rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERYTHURSDAY8p NIW BLACKOUT Played Till Wen (No Number Limit) QUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WHKINDINTHRTAJNHBNT Saturday, March Mh "ALBERTA RANCH Oownttalrt "SOUTH COUNTKr FOUR" r Festival encourages amateurs LABOR CLUB WEEKLY BINQO Every Monday 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 59 numbers 10th Game Blackout in 55 numbers ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH 11 Games Prize Money 4....... Entry Card All Wood Cards ChlMrwi Under 16 Not Bingo will also be played in MM club room for and their invited guests. Music Friday and Saturday Banquet Facilities Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "PETE 'N TILLIE" m color. Starring .Walter Matthau and Carol Burnett. Saturday, March 9, shows at and p.m. ADULT, NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. FORT MACLEOD Theatre "BATTLE FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES" in color. Starring Roddy McDowell. Saturday, March 9, show at p.m. FAMILY. "SCARECROW" in color. Starring Gene Hackman and A) Pacino. Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, March 10, 11 and 12. Sunday show at 8130 p.m. RE- STRICTED ADULT. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "BATTLE FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES" in color. Starring Roddy McDowell and Natalie Trundy. Saturday and Sunday, March 9 and 10. Shows at p.m. FAMILY. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "LIVE AND LET DIE" in color. Starring Roger Moore as James Bond. Saturday, March 9 show at and p.m. ADULT, NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. "HITLER: THE LAST TEN DAYS" in color. Starring Alec Gumnes and Simon Ward Sunday, March 10 Show at. p.m. ADULT. TABER Tower Theatre "GODSPELL" in color. Starring Victor Garber. Saturday, March 9 show at and p.m. FAMILY. Sunday Double Feature: 'TWINS OF EVIL" and "HANDS OF THE One show at p.m. The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation 1 Presents... CDC alberta YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE LETHBRIDQE TUESDAY. MARCH 12.1974 P.M. BERNARD TURGEON Baritone ERNESTO LEJANO Accompanist Title role singing star" of "Louis Riel" by Harry Somers, performed by the Canadian Opera Company. Bernard Turgeon has been acdaimdd throughout Europe, the United States, Great Britain and Canada as "a great singing actor." He scored an outstanding success in "Rigoletto" at the Boishoi in Moscow FfMffcMiOUiiMkliM Ulster's Music LM. TORONTO (CP) A move to encourage amateur song- writers to submit their music in international competition has been made in North America with exciting pros- pects in store for winners and also for writers who have penned potential hits. The American Song Festi- val has been launched, this DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS HOSACK Cartlflad Oantal Mechanic 9-304 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 year. The first annual inter- national competition of this type to be held in North America, the festival also is the first anywhere to be open to amateurs. Professional songwriters will also enter but are judged in a separate categoryT "This festival really is a public service for amateur said Malcolm Klein, chief organizer of the event. "And I bet the finest song to emerge from it all will have been written by an amateur." The top amateur and pro- fessional each receives I SAENGERFEST AT THE GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB 1 SATURDAY, March 9-8 p.m. Music by "The Sunset 4" MEMBERS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY Disneyland, Grand Canyon. 1 May 11, from 16 days transportation and accomodation Reno, San Francisco, fisherman's Wharf, Hollywood, Knotts Berry Farm, Disneyland, Palm Grand Canyon and Las April Easter Holiday Disneyland Tour is liw is 11 days transportation and accommodation Reno, San Francisco. _ Hollywood. Disneyland, Las Vegas. Florida 8 at low ss 27 days, transportation and accommodation. Washington, DC., Cape Kennedy Space Centre, Coco Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Miami Beach, Walt Disney World, Pensacola, Nassau in the Bahamas, New Orleans, El Paso, Texas. Juarez, Mexico, Phoenix, Las Vegas and Expo 74 Spokane (2 Eastern Canada Tour-July 19th Disneyland and Expo Tour Aug. 12th low M Enquire about Expo 74 In Spokane. At low M SI OS per person. 5 day Transportation and accomodation. NORTHERN BUS TOURS PHONE 327-3536 When you're in the mood For Something that's Exciting New and Different In Portrait Photography Give us a Call... STUDIO CROSS HOT and COLO SMORGASBORD 2.95 2.15 Profn while winners of the music di- country, jazz, pop, folk and 000 each. The 36 finalists are awarded and an ex- penses-paid trip to Saratoga Springs, N.Y., where the fi- nals are held during the La- bor Day weekend. Organizers expect to re- ceive songs in all and stress that any songwriter who submits potential hit ma- terial, although he may not win a prize, will be advised how and where to publish his songs. But at all times, the material submitted remains the sole property of the song- writer, Klein said. "One of the aims of the fes- tival is to kill off the pub- lisher he said. "Many young songwriters are put off by the-business side of it all, some of which can be very shady. 1 hope that through the festival, both amateur and professional songwriters will be able to find honest and productive outlets for their talents. Initial judging of all songs will be done by 200 experts in the music field. A panel of 12 top performers will judge the final 36 songs. Already Duke Ellington has agreed to scan the jazz section, and in other categories, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney and Canada's Gor- don Lightfoot have been in- vited as judges. Songs are currently pouring in from as far afield as Po- land although the bulk of en- tries is expected from the United States. Entry fee is for each song, with no limit to the number of songs submitted by one writer. The applicant re- ceives a blank cassette to record his songs and a book- let outlining the festival and copyrighting tips. Klein said strict security will be en- forced throughout the judging, with each song coded in a computer. The concept of the Ameri- can Song Festival was dreamed up by Lawrence Goldblatt. manager of Cana- dian singer David Clayton- Thomas. Initial attempts to launch the event were made in 1973 but it ground to a halt, when funds ran dry. Since then, Sterling Recrea- tion Organization, a U.S. broadcasting and entertain- ment company, has stepped in to get the festival off the ground. Already has been invested and Sterling ex- pects to recover most of this from entry fees and admis- sion charges to the finals when top singers and groups perform the best selected songs. Prize money alone stands at Show Times Saturday. March 9 PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects. 7.00 9 05 WAY WE WERE 7-10 9-15 LAST COMPLETE SHOW: 9.05 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects. 7.20 9.20 TO KILL A CLOWN- 7 55 LAST COMPLETE SHOW- 9.20 RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects: 7.00 9.00 LAUGHING POLICEMAN. 9-10 LAST COMPLETE SHOW: 9-00 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Sunday. March 10_ PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects: WAY WE WERE: LAST COMPLETE SHOW. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects- THE SISTERS: 8-40 ONE COMPLETE SHOW. 8.15 RESTRICTEO'ADULT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects 8-15 LAUGHING POLICEMAN- ONE COMPLETE SHOW ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN paramount Mil MITiCQM far w9i 10 Academy True and false Peggy Stacy, a secretary at Record Distributors Inc. in Nashville, Tenn., holds tapes made by Capitol Records in her right hand and tapes identified by John Polk of the Record Industry Association of America as pirated, unauthorized versions in her .left hand. No manufacturer Is listed on the labels of the unauthorized tapes. Music industry losing millions in tape piracy NASHVILLE, Term. (AP) For millions of customers tape piracy means saving a few dollars on recordings of their favorite music. For the music industry it means profit losses of roughly million a year. "Anytime you take that much money out of an industry, it cripples says Glenn Snoddy, vice-president of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS) "The rank-and-file person who owns a tape player is hard pressed not to buy cheaper tapes. But he has to come to the realization that he's buying something that's illegal. I don't think you can call anything that's illegal a bargain." Selling at anywhere from to apiece, pirated tapes are eyecatchers for music fans who find them at major department stores, service stations and record shops. "They're retailing the stuff at less than what it's sold for by wholesalers; there's no way a legitimate business can compete with said Jack Frances, an investigator with the anti-piracy bureau of the Recording Industry Association of America The academy, the industry association and the Country Music Association, among others, are pooling their time and money to combat the racket by providing information obtained by their own investigators to the FBI and local law officials. But 31 states have no statutes outlawing tape piracy, defined as lifting the sound off a legitimate recording and selling it under another label or no label at all. Federal copyright statutes prohibit tape duplication only on products manufactured after Feb. 15, 1972. Everything prior to that is fair game. Nevertheless, industry ex- perts say they are making headway. "Our association within the last two years has spent close to million setting up a nationwide network of investigators to track down these said Henry Brief, industry association executive director. Experts agree that the per- forming artists who suffer the most are those who command the greatest cause their products are the easiest to sell illicitly. "The biggest market is pop, which includes said Jack Frances of the industry association. "Frank Sinatra's Ole Blue Eyes is Back is being pirated But so is some of Tommy Dorsey's old stuff and other things from that era. Officials also agree that convicting retailers is difficult because U.S. law dictates a person must knowingly buy a pirated tape if he or she is to be found guilty. Retail outlets, like depart- ment stores, purchase large supplies of bad tapes "in good says Dick Frank, lawyer for the Country Music Association. SIAMESE Joined together at birth, separated by The most genuinely frightening film since Hitchcock's "PSYCHO" "SISTERS" In Technicolor Starring Margot Kidder Jennifer Salt RESTRICTED ADULT Starts Sunday One Show p.m. paramount cinema ADULT Nominated for 6 Academy Awards paramount TONITEthruTUES. p.m. SHOWING SUNDAY et p.m. 4th Ave, ft 7th Street South USYTCI wr.iioi nvs I CL WIT AG6OP9E UOHUHiVI ne turned RESTRICTED ADULT mto a fool paramount land a game CmemO nightmare Last Times Tonite ZO1" OFNTURY-HW FILMS CXXOT flv OaifS -55- Adult, Not Suitable for Children college -------c___________ cinema The Laughing Policeman TOWTl TWO TDES. SROmK SUMY Viotonco nwy a to WhenwW IflwkMtr strike again? STARRING WALTER MATTHAU BRUCE DERN ;