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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Novvmbtr 30, 1974 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 19 TV actor single-minded on the subject of girls BARRY NEWMAN, CO-STAR ON LOCATION INTERIM POPPY REPORT ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION 1974 We wish to express sincere thanks to the members of the General Stewart Branch No. 4, Royal Canadian Legion, a very special tnanks to the Ladies' Auxiliary to the General Stewart Branch No. 4, Royal Canadian Legion to the many organ- izations the news media the business establish- ments the institutions and the many individual citi- zens who assisted us in reaching our 1974 objective of The funds made available to us from this campaign will be used in assisting needy veter- ans or their families and in remembering Veterans in hospitals. INTERIM FIGURES ON THE DRIVE INCOME Street Store Poppy Sales Wreath Ribbon Sales 00 Donations 704.00 Members Two Poppy Donations T.V Tickets Sales EXPENSES Wreaths Poppies Ribbons 12400 Advertising, workers expense stationery, postage and supplies Available for Charitable Distribution CLARE C. SIMPSON 1974 Poppy Campaign Chairman Subscribers aid sought by magazine TORONTO (CP) Satur- day Night magazine, which suspended publication for lack of funds in early October, is appealing to subscribers to put up the last of 000 which it says it needs to resume with a new and ex- panded format Subscribers will be sent a brochure next week describ- ing the new format and asking them to purchase at least one gift subscription of for 12 monthly issues Existing sub- scriptions will remain in force. Board chairman Cowan said Friday he will continue to seek investors in the Toronto-based magazine but "the subscribers could put us over the top." Imperial Oil Ltd. has prom- ised the magazine a grant of contingent upon com- pletion of refinancing. JUST LOOKS NASTY The sea dragon has a mouth so small that it cannot harm other fish or even defend itself, its sole protection lies in its astonishing shape and appendages. By DICK KLEINER TUCSON, Ariz. (NBA) Asa big well, medium siz- ed Hollywood star in a small well, medium sized city, a man has to know how to handle himself, girl wise. Especially if a man is single It's not an unpleasant problem. But, for Barry New- man, who shoots the NBC series Petrocelli here it's something that is always in the back of his mind And, often, it is thrust into the front of his mind. They were shooting out in the desert, some 15 miles west of Tucson. Fantastically beautiful country Barry, looking out of his place in his citified suit, shirt and tie, was halfway up a mountain with guest star Strother Martin and some others After the lunch break, they would move on to another spot. It would mean lugging the heavy cameras and the rest of the equipment to another place, back down the mountain. At the break, we had lunch in Barry's neat but not gaudy trailer. He took off his Countess Mara tie "I'm supposed to be an impoverish- ed lawyer but I have to wear expensive ties because they are the only ones heavy enough to support one of these microphones." He talked about girls. What made him think of girls was a box of cupcakes left in the trailer "Have one of he said. Then he laughed and added, "They were made for me by the mother of a girl who said, 'You're not going to leave Arizona without me.' There are all kinds of girls pursuing him here, not just the nice, homey kind who have mothers that make him cup- cakes. "The prop man this morn- ing told me." Barry said, "that one of the strippers at the Blue Note wants to meet me She may be very nice, you never know." There are, he said, with a satisfied smile, plenty of girls around who are intrigued by the star of a Hollywood TV series, even if it isn't one of the year's greatest hits. The girls range from cupcake daughters to strippers to collegians CHEC'S MUSIC LIST "YOUR PICK WHAT WE PLAY THIS HOLIDAY SEASON" Listen between 9 a.m. and 12 noon and 1-3 p.m. Monday thru Friday Starting Dec. 9th-24th 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. IS. 16. 17. 18. 19. ZO. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. DO YOU HEAR WHAT I HEAR MY FAVORITE THINGS..... I'LL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS SLEIGH RIDE FROSTY THE SNOWMAN SILVER BELLS....... TELL (TONTHE MOUNTAIN Robert Goulel Barbra Streisand Jerry Vale Johnny Mathis Wayne Newton Doris Day New Christy Minstrels THE CHRISTMAS SONG (CHESTNUTS ROASTING ON AN OPEN John Gary HAVE YOURSELF A MERRY LITTLE CHRISTMAS ..................Andy Williams THE CHRISTMAS WALTZ.......... Frank Sinatra HEARD THE BELLS ON CHRISTMAS DAY .....Ed Ames YOU'RE ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS AIMartino LET IN SNOWI LET IT SNOWI LET IT SNOW....... Steve Lawrence EydieGorme CHRISTMAS BELLS.............. Patti Page CHRISTMAS IS COMIN........... Brothers Four MARSHM ALLOW WORLD............ DeanMartm CHRISTMAS EYE IN MY HOME TOWN.....JimNabors HEXE WE COME A CAROLING Ray Conniff Singers WHITE CHRISTMAS Bmg Crosby THERE'S NO CHRISTMAS UKE A HOME CHRISTMAS JINGLE BELLS THE VILLAGE OF ST. BERNAOETTE BLUE CHRISTMAS HURRY HOME FOR CHRISTMAS WINTER WONDERLAND HERE COMES SANTA CLAUS WINTERTIME AMD CHRISTMAS TIME THE BELLS OF ST MARYS MISTLETOE AND HOLLY RUDOLPH THE BED NOSED REINDEER Perry Como Burl Ives Jack Jones Glen Campbell Robert Goulel Johnny Mathis Wayne Newton John Gary Andy Williams Frank Sinatra AIMartino 31. THAT HOLIDAY FEELING.....Steve Lawrence Eydie Gorme 32. SLEIGH RIDE ...............Jim Nabors 33. WHAT CHILD IS THIS...... Ray Conniff Singers 34. irS BEGINNING TO LOOK AT LOT LIKECHBISTMAS Bmg Crosby 35. CHRISTMAS EVE Perry Como 36. PRETTY PAPER Glen Campbell 37. GOD REST YE MERRY GENTLEMEN..... Robert Goulet 38. 0 HOLY NIGHT JerryVale 39. THE RBST NOEL............... Johnny Mathis 40. IT CAME UPON A MIDNIGHT CLEAR Wayne Newton 41. CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY Andy Williams 42. 0 LITTLE TOWN OF BETHLEHEM Frank Smatra 43. 0 COME ALL YE FAITHFUL.............EdAmes 44. SILENT NI6HT ................AIMartino 45. JOY TO THE WORLD Ray Conniff Singers 46. HARK! THE HERALD ANGELS SING Frank Sinatra 47. THE LITTLE DRUMMER BOY AIMartino 48. OTANNEBAUM Ray Connitt Singers 49. 1 SING NOEL........... Sandier Young 50. HAVE YOURSELF A MERRY LITTLE CHRISTMAS Tony Bennett Clip And Mail This Coupon i Christmas CHEC Radio, Box 1090, Lethbndge NAME ADDRESS PHONE Number of Musical Selection requested "The University of Arizona is Barry said, "and there are a lot of pretty and bright girls there." It's a different kind of life for Newman, basically a city boy and a very sophisticated one. Life is strange, he finds, while living in a Tucson hotel. A bulletin board in the hotel lobby reminds him that the Alfalfa Improvement and Forage Insect Conference is now in session. He's exploring the state on his days off. He has a contract which is very liberal, as TV contracts go. He has both Sun- day and Monday off. "My he says, "was based on the one Jim Franciscus had. Jim got it after he had done several series and knew what he wanted One of the big things he got and I got, too, was two consecutive days off "Sundays I just he says, "and Mondays I explore the state." Home, to Barry Newman, is still New York. His parents are back home in Boston. But here, he lives in a hotel room, which is unusual. Most stars, when on location, insist on an apartment or a rented house. "I tell you why I prefer a Newman says. "It all goes back to Bud Freeman." Freeman was the great sax player. As a young man, Barry played the sax, too, and Freeman was one of his idols. "I met him and got to know him pretty Newman says "Until he recently got married he was in his 60s when he married a psy- chiatrist he spent all his life in hotel rooms. And he always said that, for a single man, that was the best way to live I like hotel rooms; anything I want I just ring for room ser- vice And, in case there's a girl around, room service can be a very pleasant, unobtrusive thing to have "I keep nothing in the he said "If I want coffee I send out for it. But there was this one time when there was this beautiful girl who was a guest star on the show. She's a health food nut "She came over to my room to make me a salad And, poor kid, she had to keep running out to get something else because I had nothing. She wound up bringing a blender she got somewhere and mak- ing her own salad dressing. She had a fantastic body." The line young actor has had experience in this arena before. He made a movie, "The Salzburg in the picturesque Austrian city. He got to move in Salzburg society while he was there, hobnobbing, as he says, "with all those impoverished barons." And he says that each im- poverished baron appeared to have a lovely daughter. "They would introduce me to the he recalls, "and it was always, 'Herr Newman, allow me to present my daughter, the pnncessin.' OWLS EYES SHARP Set tacmg forward, like hu- mans the eyes of an owl give binocular, three-dimensional vision Tribute paid Commons paid tribute Friday to the late Sir Winston Churchill, one day before the 100th anniversary of the birth of the British prime minister Sir Winston, leader of Britain from 1940 to 1945, was born Nov. 30, 1874, and died in 1965. In a rare display of unanimity, the House accepted a motion from Sinclair Stevens (PC York Simcoe) honoring Churchill's memory. The motion was seconded by Social Credit Leader Real Caouette and applauded by members on both sides of the Commons. A copy of the motion will be forwarded to the prime minister's widow, Lady Clemen- tine Churchill. Mr. Stevens recalled that it was on a visit to Canada during the war that Sir Windston made his famous retort to a declaration by Adolf Hitler that "in three weeks, England will have her neck wrung like a chicken Said Mr Stevens- "It was a battle cry from a House of Commons man, delivered in this House of Commons, that gave new heart, a new spirit and new hope to the institutions of parliamentary demo- cracy throughout the tree world, and to the forces of freedom fighting in the dark of the underground behind the Iron Curtain." STILL FUN TO READ Although most of the Old Farmer's Almanac's 2.5 million readers live in cities, the new edition still contains matter such as a gestation schedule for animals and daily weather forecasts for a year in advance. 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