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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, March 14, 1974 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 7 Singer after U.S. Anne Murray seeks fame, fortune MONTREAL (CP) Anne Murray has an American dream and it's wrapped up in dollar bills. "I don't mind making American Canada's top female vocalist told a' news conference Tuesday.1 Anne is in the midst of a tour of American college campuses and is heading for more television spots on American networks. The aim is to sell more records in the U.S.. she said. The tour is Anne's first since the careful reshaping of her style and image to fit in with the "big time" demands of the major U.S. market. She is already known in the U S. for her appearances with Glen Campbell on television and on the nightclub circuit, but she is distinctive among Canadian popular singers for making it first north of the border. Although she has already demonstrated that there is a The Allied Arts Council presents ANNA WYMAN DANCE THEATRE "Something new and Interesting and very vital in Dance" TONIGHT. Thursday. March p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Tickets on Sale at tht Door ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NIW BLACKOUT Played Till Won (No Number Limit) IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD (No Limit Purchased) PAYS DOUBLE MM untfar 16 ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WHKIHDINTIRTAINMINT THURS., MARCH BrOt." FRI., MARCH SATURDAY, MARCH Lamplighters'' Rink "Mueller. Mucker." THE NEW GARDEN HOTEL Presents "MASTERPIECE" From SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 6-Piece Horn Group playing FUNKY ROCK N' ROLL LABOR CLUB Weekend Entertainment Clubroo Tonight "Tom and Cutis" Friday and Saturday Members and Their Invited Guests SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES C ARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "BANG THE DRUM SLOWLY" in color. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. March 14, 15 and 16. Thurs- day show at p.m. ADULT. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE NEPTUNE FACTOR" in color. Starring Yvette Wlimeux and Walter Pigeon. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 14. 15 and 16. Thursday show at p.m. FAMILY. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre THE DAY OF THE JACKAL" in color. Starring Edward Fox. Thursday. Friday and Saturday. March 14, 15 and 16. Thursday show at p.m. ADULT. TABER Tower Theatre "FORTY CARATS" in color. Starring Liz Uiman. Edward Albert, and Jean Kelly. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. March 14. 15 and 16. Thurday shows at and 9 00 p.m. FAMILY. "new" Anne Murray in a recent concert in Hamilton, Ont.. quite a bit of the easy- going gal from N.S.. still shines through. ALL 'FOLKS' TO HER "All them folks down she says in her deep throaty voice as she talks of her prospects in the U.S. "All them folks" will be greeted with a wider variety ol songs. Her repertoire has been expanded from country and easy listening to include backstreet blues and gritty rock. She says she is more relaxed on stage now because of acquiring a new dress designer who creates clothes "that are much more comfortable." Her previous tomboy image has been softened by long gowns. Anne is enjoying her college tour, which ends April 21, be- cause she prefers smaller au- diences and audiences that re- act more heartily -iff her songs. Referring to a recent Winni- peg concert, she said "It was like singing to a sponge or an oil painting. They just sat there on their hands. Yet I know they liked me because at the end of the show they started clapping and shouting for more." She said, "People here are very conservative." She has just released a new album entitled Anne Murray Love Song. Included in that al- bum is the song, Send A Little Love My Way, from the movie, Oklahoma Crude. That song has been nomi- nated for an Academy Award. Anne had been scheduled to sing the song at the awards night, "but the performance has been she said: "The Academy Awards are rather she said. Although anxious to increase her fame in the U.S., Anne had several uncomplimentary things to say about the American en- tertainment world. "Hollywood is very sterile." She said she preferred to record in Toronto, where she now lives. In Toronto people "work for you as long as you like" and aren't always begging for coffee breaks as they do in Hollywood. But she says there are more opportunities in the U.S. than in Canada, and that she can gain greater acceptance in the U.S. than at home. Ann Murray on the go To entertain you at the VENTURA HOTEL IHCOALDALE All This Week "LARRY BRANDSEN" from Calgiry Brainwashing medium Journalist slaps television ST. PATRICK'S DANCE Sponsored by Vasa Lodge Saturday, March 16 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Scandinavian Hall Music by... "THE BLUES" Admission per person For members and invited guests only! VANCOUVER (CP) brainwashing ever practised Malcolm Muggeridge says in the history of western television is the medium for civilization, the most widespread The journalist and author Ask Dick Kleiner FRIDAY and SATURDAY "MAGIC CITY" AT THE MINERS' 733- 13th St. N. Members and Invited Guests Only DEAR DICK: Is it true that Jerry Mathers of Leave It to Beaver was killed in WOODWARD, Charlottesville, Va. No, it's not not unless that's his ghost who is attending the University of California at Berkeley. Jerry is a senior there, majoring in motion picture production, and plans to make film his career. DEAR DICK: Can you tell me if Telly Savalas (Kojak) is married? If he is, who's the lucky JONES, Noblesville, Ind. Her name is Lynn and you'll have to ask her if she's a lucky woman. DEAR DICK: Could you please tell me if Susan Hay ward is living? If not, when did she die? What M. V. BROWDER, Oklahoma City. Rumors of Miss Hayward's death are. fortunately, untrue. She was quite ill but has recovered. Her son, Tim Barker, tells me she is now in "excellent" health and is off to Mexico for a few days, shopping for furniture. told a meeting in Christ Church Cathedral here that the power of television "exceeds in thoroughness anything the poor old inquisition managed with its thumbscrew and rack." Mr. Muggendge, now living on Saltspring Island in Georgia Strait, told about 800 persons that "it seems to me the camera may well have to be regarded as the most sinister of all our inventions worse even than H-bombs, spaceships, birth-pills, bomb insurance and psycho- analysis." The camera is a mighty instrument for conveying fantasy to people and then converting it into fact, he said, thus enabling viewers to live in fantasy from birth to death Author loses appeal TORONTO (CP) Xaviera Hollander, author of The Happy Hooker, lost an appeal yesterday in the Federal Court of Canada against a deportation order. The order was made in February. 1973, and later upheld by the Immigration Appeal Board. Miss Hollander, 32, a Dutch citizen, whose best selling book recounts her life as a prostitute and brothel owner in New York, said in an interview she will live in either France or Italy if unable to stay in Canada. Her lawyer, Douglas Laidlaw. said they now will consider whether to appeal the decision to the Supreme Court of Canada. paramount cinema SATURDAY AFTERNOON KIDDIES' MATINEE Discover the incredible world of tomorrow... Doors Open p.m. One Show Only p.m. All This Show 7Se SURFACE CHANGE Due to the thin atmosphere, a point two or three feet below the surface of Mars may be 80 degrees cooler than the ground temperature. Show Times 329 5th Street S., Phone 329-3434 ace He Enjoy Our Scrumptuous Enjoy Them 3 EAT HERE TAKE-OUT HOME DELIVERY or our famous... Spaghetti and Meat Balls We feature thick CLAM CHOWDER every Monday and Friday We deliver after S p.m. Daily Monday to Thursday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Friday end Saturday 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Sunday 12 Noon to 12 Midnight 329 -5th Streets. Phone 329-3434 Thursday. March 14 PARAMOUNT THEATRE STING: 7.00 9.15 No Short Subjects TWO COMPLETE SHOWS. 7.00 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects- 7 15 9-20 WAY WE WERE- 7 25 9 30 LAST COMPLETE SHOW: 9.20 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects- 7-00 9-05 SLEEPER- 7 35 9.40 LAST COMPLETE SHOW- 9 05 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT tt Announcing the Winners of THE ROBIN HOOD CONTEST In Connection with the Showing of "ROBIN HOOD" In tin PannoHnt md Collajf GBMII TbMlras PARAMOUNT THEATRE WINNERS M COREY KOSTIUK 203118th North ANNETTE HUNKA 1202 23rd Street North MICHAEL DA VIES Picture JUANITA BLACKMORE Cardaton (Little John) (Robin Hood) (Robin Hood) (Robin Hood Game) COLLEGE CINEMA WINNERS HALANDERSON Picture Butte BERNIE HORVATH Box 34, Letttbridge SHAWN PENNEY Rolleg Subdivision KIRT SALMON Boi3S7.Lethbridge (LiWeJohn) (Robin Hood) (Robin Hood Geme) (Robin Hood Kindly Pick Up These Prizes at the Paramount Theatre Office 1 Door West of Leisters. Drew lor the above prizes made iMt Saturday nvHhiee 1 CnTOfLEimMINE 1 PUBLIC SWIMMING. SKATING and MUSEUM 18 fflnsKR Swim OnJy) 12-00-1-00 p Switch Only} PU8UCSWM 7.30-9 SWIM 3-OD-6-00 p SWJM moo-soopm FAMILY SWWI 6'OOJS'OO p Swim tMons Onfy? 12-00-1 -00 ptn HUKKSOR flHK NX SKATING p Public Stating 4 -00-5 30pm MNWS I PRE-SCHOOLERS FREE SKATE 10-00-12'OT Noon PUBLIC SKATE 7-00-9'QO 2-00-4-00 p 1 '00-2 30 p m PoWie 3 00-5iOO p m Fatnfty Staling 6 00-7 OWE NX PuWlc Jl -00-5 50 Sfcattng 8100-10-00 pm 1iOO-230pm i PUBLJCSKATWG' 3-00-S'OO p m CO-4 30 p m ADULT paramount NOW SHOWING Feature Starts at and p.m. You will want to tee it twice it's that funny! .all it takes is a littte Confidence. PAUL ROBERT SHAW GfOPG? PO Hill i; VI -THE STJNC" Nominated for 6 Academy Awards ADULT paramount cinema TONITE thru SAT. p.m. t t J ADULT-Not Suitable for Children college cinema Woody Allan's Zaniast Comedy 6Diaqe TONITE thru SAT. p.m. "Sleeper" ;