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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Price of fame is hard to bear LOS A NO ELKS (APi -Lu- cille Ball was in a short robe silling under the hair dryer in her bedroom when two fans barged in Carol Burnett had a time evicting an Ohio larnily from her kitchen. They demanded a tour of the house and didn't want to leave until they got it Peter Graves was the cause ot a traffic jam in New York when a taxi driver leaped from his cab and ran over lor an autograph. Such can be the price of lame fnslanl recognition is currency that can be cashed at the box it can be at the cost ot a star's privacy. Stars like anyone else, seek moments ol peace and quiet But a stroll down the street can turn into a mob scene of autograph hunters. In restuaranls their soup may grow cold as they sign autographs A dav at an amusement park with the I a m i 1y can turn into a s h a m b! e s As happened to Lucille Ball, sometimes their homes are even invaded, thanks to tho fan magazines and movie star maps that regularly publish their addresses I would personally like to choke those map makers." said Carol Burnett "We once had a man and Ins wife and two kids walk right through our Ironl door and into our kitchen and ask my daughter lor a tour ol the house "When we asked them to leave got and mad and said thev'd driven all the way Irom Ohio and they weren't about to leave." Celebrities try to keep their doors locked and Slav out ol sight at home but that isn't always possible, and tans barge right in. Some stars have been known to turn on the lawn sprinklers to shoo away peo- ple traipsing across the yard with cameras Johnny Matins once had a girl force her way into his house, strip oft her clothes and jump into his swimming pool Most lans will listen to reason if a celebrity patiently explains that he considers his home an inviolate sanctuary. But not always There are times Pat Boone said, when lans suspended all rules of etiquette and courtesy and common human decency." Robert Redlord. complain- ing that he has been hounded unmercifully bv one group of lans. hied a lawsuit against them this summer Jerry Lewis once had to pay 000 to settle a lawsuit with a Ian who tried to climb over the fence that surrounds his home to lake piclures of the comedian and his family. "lie got to about the fourth rung." Lewis recalled "It was a beaut I caught him right on the button." Even signing an autograph can be a problem at times Lu- cille Ball learned that after an appearance in the Midwest her signatuie started turning up on phony checks "Ever SUKC then, all I sign is 'Love. Lucy.'" she said. TONIGHT THE LIGHTERMEN AT THE ALEC HOTEL SPECIAL Family Size i 4i99 Deposit (At all participating "Barney and the Beernuts Playing In The YORK HOTEL Thursday, Friday, Saturday October 4, 5, 6 Under New Management SOUTHMINSTER JUNIOR CHOIR Presents "3 1" O m i Yates Memorial Centre Saturday Oct. 20th p.m. Matinee-Children 75c Adults 1.50 Sunday Oct. 21st p.m. Children 1.00 (Musi .iccoinpained by p.irenl) Adults 2.00 3 Musical by special request The Anne Campbell Singers will loin with the Jr. Girls Choir to bring you the pop Oratons "Josephs Dream Coat" plus Several ensembles by the Teen Clefs. Ticket! Available at Leiiter'i and Choir Membort. Alto Immediately prior lo each performance at the Valet Box Office. (Public reception to follow Sunday Aiisrncon Performance) Thursday, October 4, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Health official admits he's gay NEW YOKK (API Alter years ol sec'recy and tear thai his homosexuality would be- come known, a former city public- health official now says he is making the (acts known himself in an effort to end employers' prejudice against homosexuals Howard .1 Brown. Mavor John V Lmdsav's first health services administrator m 1966 and 1967. says there are others in prominent positions and in a number ol pi (it i o n s who are e i r 111 e d that their will become known And a pumpkin in a pear tree Eight-year-old Sandy Allen of Brantford, Ont., occurance resulted when Sandy scattered pumpkin looks a little bewildered at the sight of a pumpkin seeds too close to the tree and the vines wound hanging from a pear tree in her backyard. The strange around the pear tree's trunk and branches. It's easy to scare somebody, just as long as you're quiet SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "BATTLE OF BRITAIN in color Starring Kenneth More Michael Came Trevor Howard and Susannah York Thursday, Friday and Saturday. October 4. 5, and 6 Thursday show at 8'15 p m FAMILY FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "CABARET" in color. Starring Liza Minnelli and Joel Grey Winner of 8 Academy Awards Thursday, Friday and Saturday. October 4 5 and 6 Thursday show at 800 p m ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "WHERE DOES IT HURT" m color Starring Peter Sellers and Joann Pflug. Friday and Saturday, October 5 and 6. Friday show at 8'30 p m ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "CABARET" m color Starring Liza Mmelh and Joel Grey Winner of 8 Academy Awards Thursday, Friday and Saturday. October 4, 5 and 6. Thursday show at 8.15 p m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN TABER Tower Theatre "THE GREAT WALTZ" in color Starring Horst Bucholtz and Mary Costa. Thursday Friday and Saturday. October 4 5 and 6 Thursday shows at 7 00 and 9 20 p m FAMILY By JERRY BUCK BEVERLY HILLS, Calif (APi Jack Palance. who has been the wits out ol people lor more than 20 years thinks lear is a quiet thing "I don't trv to oversell s.nd Palance. who began his career of movie malevolence with Panic in the Streets He received his second Academv Award nomination in 1953 as the gunslmger in Shane. You not to get overly tough Some actors can't in- spire lear because thev trv too hard." he said "1 think lear is a verv quiet thing It's an emotion Sometimes il vou can't stand (he quiet you want to scream The quiet can be more frightening than hearing a siren going bv Palance. whose latest lilm is Oklahoma Crude, will next be seen in the title role of Dracula. based on the classic talc ol horror by Brain Stoker This version, written bv Richard M a t h e s o n and directed by Dan Curtis, is so quiet you can almost hear the I lap of a vampire s wing The two-hour movie, lilmed in England and Yugoslavia, will be broadcast on CBS Ocl 12 Palance said the version might be called Dracula's Strange Love Story He does not turn into a bat and around He is given emotions and a reason is established lor his being a vampire He also has a love interest, played bv Fiona Lewis. His kiss turns her into a vampire and they go marauding together "He mav be contemptible Palance said, "but people will sympathize when he's about to get it Palance's size and lace are an integral part ol his in- timidating on the although he main- tains intimidation is men- tal He is six feet four inches tall and powerfully built. The lace looks ab if it could crush rocks It is broad, with high cheekbones, a pushed-in nose, and penetrating hazel eyes. Asked whether he uses his lace to intimidate people. Pa- lance rolled his cigar around in his mouth He stared thrugh narrow slits There was a tightening of his features. Finally he said. "You don't put a look on vour lace You put a thought on and the reflects the thought Palance he believes people identify with film vil- lains because they usually at- tack the over-privileged "I suppose to a degree peo- ple think ol you as a kind of Robin Hood." he said "1 Ihmk the need lor great film villains is not as pressing now The heroes today are antiheroes do manv of the bad things With the changes m censorship you don t have to pav in the end (Jreat villains m the past were up against great good Today, just about everyone views the Establishment as corrupt Palance perpetuates the gentle gianl" cliche in Holly- wood He sings, writes songs and has a book of poetry com- ing out His estern comedies arc big hits in Italvand he will soon be on Broadway in a musical version of the Jimmy Stewart film Shenandoah ACTRESS BURIED ROME (API Italian ac- tress Anna Magnam was buried Friday amid the modern symbols of her belov- ed Renaissance church Irescos. shoving, shouting mobs and a traffic jam The actress who won the Academv Award in 1955 for her role in Tennessee Willi- am s The Rose Tattoo died Wednesday ol cancer at the age o I (j 5. T here w ere dignilaries at her luneral in ihe Church ol Santa Maria Sopia Mineiva But the real m o u r n e r s were here thousands ol lans Gospel Concert Fri. Ocl. 5th Yitu Mamorlil Cintn 8 p.m. Available: Chrltma Chrlttlan bookstore, Lethbrldge. Herb Fletcher's Shop, Coaldalc, Local and Olitrlct Churchai FEATURING KNELSEN FAMILY CROSS SECTION Calgary Admission: COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT-CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING, SKATING and MUSEUM Oct. oct oct Oct 7 HON.. Oct. FRITZ SICK Sw rn i adults onlv) 1 00 1 00 0 Swim only) 1? 00 1 00 p m Puhlir SiMtn 7 30 9 JO p Swim 3 00-6 00 p Swim 1 00-5 00 p m SvMrn G no 3 on D Swim 10 00-12 00 noon M' Ml i irlul's nnlvl 1? 00 1 00 p m Pub'ic Swim 1 00 5 00 p m HENDERSON PARK ICE Scaling 7 00 i 00 p Skating 00 00 p ADAMS ICE bKaie 7 00 9 00 p Shale 2 00 -4 00 p m and 8 00 10 00 p Sl-ato i 00 2 30 p m Public Skate 3 00 5 00 p Skate 2 00 4 00 p rn SIR ALEXANDER GAIT 00 4 10 p 00 J 30 p oo ri on 00 10 p m FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "Quill" AT THE MINER'S 733 -13th St. No. Members and Invited Guests Only Show Times THEATRE THURS OCT 4 PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects 7 00 9 '5 JESUS CHRIST SUPER STAR 725 9 40 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 15 FAMII Y ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Sh irt Subjects 7 15 9 25 PAPER MOON 7 40 9 50 COMPLETE SHOW P ?5 ADUIT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects 700 9 00 PAPER BACK HERO 7 25 9 25 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 900 RfSTniCTFD ADULT GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE RED TENT 800 PLA7A SUITE 1000 nNF COMPLETE SHOW 800 G Onpn 7 30 ADIJI T 2 DISNEY FEATURES-KIDS THIS ATTRACTION 50c ASPECIAL FAMILY HOLIDAY SHOW! DISNEY Productions presents ALL FAMILY SHO FRIDAY, SATURDAY and SUNDAY drive-in Gates open One complete show p.m. Ends Tonite "RED TENT" and "PLAZA SUITE" FAMILY paramount 8th Sl 8i4thAvc Soulh 3275100 NOW SHOWING At p.m. Universal Pictures jnd Robert Stigwcxx) A NORMAN JFVVISON Film JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR" IT L_r ADULT [Pol -ro paramount NOW SHOWING THRU TUES. AT p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT college cinema 20lh Avo. Mayor M.-iQMtli Or, 328 6300 Keir is Dillon... the action-hungry guy with only three ways lo score. Playing with hockey slicks... Playing with guns... Playing with girls... Elizabeth Ashley _ HBRO WARNING CRUDtTSlALOGUE MAY BE OBJECTIONABLE TO SOME college cinema Five killers robbed the Valentine bank. The lucky ones got caught The rest got Cahill. JOHN WAYNE Starts Tomorrow at and Op.m. FAMILY IS UNITED STATES MARSHAL JOHN WAYNE 'CAHILL: UNIUDSIAIES GARY GRIMES-NEVIILC BRAND .r: GEORGE KENNEDY. ;