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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6-THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD May 1974 Imported wines liked in East Makes it with manager's help Actress star in recording field TORONTO Ontario drinkers be buying about 20 per cent more wine this year than but more of the dollars that used to go to domestic producers are going now to the foreign market. Although Canadian wine sales in Ontario are still ahead of imported million compared with of imports are increasing at a faster rate. Hyland president of the Canadian Wine Institute which represents Canadian says this is a difficult time for the industry but is substantial growth in the marketplace and we intend to get our share of They intend to do it im- proving the quality and image' of the he says. The reason for the switch to imports seems to be a pro- nounced difference in the taste. Most Canadian wines are made from a species of grape called the Vitis labrusca while most European wines are made from the Vitis vinifera. People accustomed to the gentle flavor of vinifera often find the labrusca's highly fla- as it is sometimes offensive. Two killed Mont. Two teenagers died when a car and a truck collided on U.S. Highway 2 about two miles east of The both in the were Wayne Hopkins and Debby both and both of Fort Belknap. FIND TWO BOMBS PORT Egypt British Royal Navy frogmen have found only two 500-pound bombs during the week they have been at work in the waters at the northern end of the Suez canal. U.S. Navy men and marines will work with the Egyptian army to clear land mines from the canal's banks. After they are 24 sunken ships will be removed and the waterway will be dredged and widened before it is reopened. FOUND 3 or 4 month old brown and grey PUP Vicinity of 13th Street and 9th Ave. South For more information Phone 328-6752 Birth Control Information Centre Family Night Programs for all pre-school. older teens and parents An opportunity to become familiar with the Centre and the services offered and speakers will present some of the aspects of human sexuality in today's paving Ihe way for open discussion among parents and children To register your family call 329-0477 before June 1974 Under New Management RAY'S RECORDLAND Rene and Eva Masse FOR OUR OPENING Open Thursday and Friday Nights 317 7 St. S. Phone 327-5431 By STEPHEN FORD NEW YORK In Henry James' classic the title character leaves the reader with a vague frustration. Is Daisy a smooth and urbane young lady steeped in a mysterious or is she really as totally naive as she often One is never quite sure. One often gets that same frustrated feeling after talking at length with model- turned-actress turned- recording star Cybill Shepherd who recently finished filming under the direction of Peter Bogdanovich. Sitting high above the noise and grime of Manhattan in the gildened enclaves of the Plaza Cybill holds court for the media to promote her debut album. Many Hollywood authorities claim has died out. But if anyone can accurately portray that sort of person i us have met at least once in our it is Cybill. She IS Daisy Miller. DISCUSSES ALBUM Discussing her Does It To Cole she is cool and aloof. But is it all an She rattles off the names of famous operatic performers she says she has admired for years. Has she always enjoyed the luminaries of La or has it only recently been pounded into her head by Henry Higgins the Ail-American beauty who graced the covers of leading fashion magazines a short while has completed an album of never- before-recorded songs by Cole Porter that should change her homogenized image. Porter fans will recognize the all but the Unbeknown to many Porter the Depression-era songsmith often wrote duplicate one set for public consumption and the other for intimate gatherings. Even some of Cole's most ardent fans were unaware of their favorite composer's affinity for the risque until a biography was published two years ago containing the lyrics of all his blue included. According to Paramount TONIGHT At the Holiday Inn Theatre The Inn Crowd in association with the Holiday Inn at the Holiday Inn Theatre Present CHAUCER'S A Hilarious Musical Comedy Bar Service from p.m. Show starts at p.m. What's happening at PRUEGGER'S Randall AMPS and PA'S See them now... they're the greatest PRUEGGER'S MUSIC LTD. 30-5thSt.S. '_____ __________Phono 329-3151 1 FANTASTIC CLEARANCE OF GUITARS NOW IN Bogdanpvich hit on the idea of recording an entire album of Porter's coarser expletives after Cybill presented him with a copy of the biography as a gift. was something to I thought it would be he sitting beside Cybill in their suite at the Plaza. The director of Last Picture and adamantly that he is a fanatical Porter contradicting much of the P.R. effort to dramatize the album. LIKED PORTER liked he was a good writer but I'm certainly not crazy about Bogdanovich said in that indifferent tone that changes only when he's very happy or very mad. are plenty of good songwriters around that I like. In I'm planning for Cybill to do another album. This will be of Noel Coward's An entire album of warmed- over melodies seasoned only by a few double entendres is a bit weak in these days of raunch rock. What sells the album is Cybill's approach more than her singing that she kidding or attitude that calls Daisy Miller to mind. Tutored by a singing coach over the past three Cybill's voice lends itself to the difficult and novel phrasing of Porter's unique style. Full and the Shepherd voice can carry a tune fairly though perhaps the styling is too coy. Also making his singing debut on the Bogdanovich provides the foil to Cybill's coquettish carrying-ons in in the The album's credits list him as the tried to present the album as a including a plot with a climax and a happy ending. I guess it really doesn't differ too much from the 'concept' type albums a lot of rock bands do these days but it was something new to me and I had as much fun doing it as Cybill did. presents the image of a certain kind of girl that may or may not resemble Ms. Shepherd is more definite about the girl on the album. just another facet of my mentor Bogdanovich having left the she really identified with the especially in the song 'Let's Do It.' It was an invitation to the male singer Good combination album makes debut and it was used for the album title 'Cybill Does It' because I did relate to her much the same as I do with most characters I play on the screen. LITTLE GAME all a we dress up and pretend before the camera and it gives you a chance to show another facet of something not everyone sees. I want to develop as many of those facets as possible. was born and raised in Memphis and Hank Williams was always heard in our house. I'd also like to try something in a more classical maybe I don't know.. I'm still taking voice lessons and opera's a far way off but I think I could do that easier than trying a pop album or rock music. I can't sing that for Poems make poet rare millionaire By BRUCE RUSSELL LOS ANGELES The poet with a slim volume of self-published poems under his arm has long been a sym- bol of poverty but Rod McKuen has shattered that image by earning millions of dollars. McKuen's seven slim vol- umes have so far sold nine million hard-cover copies. Not only can few poets lay claim to few novelists can. the product of a poverty-stricken up- com- was not surprised when success fi- nally came. THE FINEST RETIREMENT AND RECREATIONAL COMMUNITY Blind 50 miles east of Kamloops on Trans Canada. Please mail me a free brochure. NAME ADDRESS PHONE LH Allied Arts Council SUMMER MUSICAL A Dick Mells Production JUNE p.m. Yates Memorial Centre Com pact Zenith Eyeglass Hearing Aid Make the right decision now and try this reliable Zenith Cariyle aid at no obligation. And if within 10 days after purchase you aren't completely satis- you may return the aid and your except for the cost of a custom will be refunded. Batteries for all makes of hearing aids. The quality goes in before the name goet on. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. the hard of hearing since 7 Paramount Theatre BMg. Phono 328-4080 715-4th Avenue 3. 327-2272 am rather that things came about through he said. Written in blank stylishly type-set and rhapsodizing about lost loneliness and private the poems were attacked by some critics but enthusiastically received by the public. Working hard on concert poems and new record- McKuen did not even no- tice when he became one of the rarest species in millionaire poet. really surprised me when I read about said McKuen who lives in a Holly- wood Hills villa surrounded by vivid flower beds and dec- orated inside with statuary and valuable paintings. I immediately called my accountant to ask if it were true and he several times but don't go spending it.' CHILDHOOD UNSETTLED Born in in he spent his boyhood drifting from town to town with his a part-time waitress and dancehall host- ess. He never knew his father. McKuen wisecracks about born a bastard gives you an advantage over the people who spend their entire lives becoming one.'' At 11 he had to go to work to support his family and in that year he started keeping a which included some first attempts at poetry. He had a first book of po- etry published when he was 21. sold about five to me. Then I be- came a closet poet. Never showed it to McKuen served with the army in Japan returning found 'times just as hard as ever. No one was willing to read his poems or listen to his songs and for several years he worked as a cookie disc even selling his blood every week to get food. BECAME SINGER He became a nightclub working so hard he lost his voice and acquired the raspy singing voice he has today. McKuen won some recogni- tion for his folk songs and translations of the post-war French singers and decided it was time to unearth his po- etry again. took out a book and took it round to the publishers. They all liked it but they said poetry wouldn't sell. I published it myself and it sold Then all the publishers were after him. Printed by a major publishing Stanyan Street and Other Sor- title poem is about a wrecking ball knocking down one of San Francisco's lovely a million copies. TV highlights THURSDAY MOVIE Carry On 6 Ch. 7. Low-brow but often very funny nonsense in an unemployment agency. Sidney James. 2 hours. MOVIE The Chrtitmai 7 Ch. I. Wealthy widower's 10-year-old son is doomed by radiation poisoning. William Virna Friedrich Ledebur. 2 hours. SPECIAL ABC News 7 Ch. 11. Howard K. Smith and Peter Jennings report on how archeological artifacts are faked and destroyed by looters. MOVIE Scream of the 9 Ch. 7. Hunt for a creature that has killed four people. Peter Graves. 90 min. MOVIE Who's Got the Ch. 11. Hijinks in the world of bookies and molls. Dean Lana Eddie Albert. 2 hours. FANTASY King of the 12 Ch. 7. Warlock employs black magic to fight the drug traffic. Andrew Prine. 2 hours. FRIDAY CRIME Two for the 1 Ch. 13. Two ex- cops track.mass murderers. Robert Stephen Walter Brennan. 90 min. Repeat. PEPSI RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Progrims are listed by the Radio and Televison Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. 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