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The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa · Page 9

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Varied Mood, Constant ; Quality in D^ift Album lingering- efffdts dt "past ro- By © Tfii LO» AnotfW tfrMi . ,01 the dozens of debut alburns released every month, few Reserve a second listening; But Jesse 1 Winchester's first album is lin,,exception. It is one^ofjhf best alburrts of-this young year. WithJhe help of such" friends as,.Xh'^ Band's Robbie Robertson and.Levon Helm, Winchester,, a 25-year-old native of Shfeveport,,La., has established himsejf with one album as one of'.the most, promising artists on the contemporary scene. Like The Band, his rmlsic is authentic southern country-soil, fea'tiiftng a variety of moods. Produced by ftobeftson, the nlbum (Ampex A-10104) features- songs about a wide range of places ("Blloxi"), people ("Yankee Lady"), good times, ("Payday") and Jbad times ("Black Dog"). "Except for "Snow," all of the ;s • are Winchester's com- Sositions. They range from the to the " sentimental, tt<irrt*3he thoughtful to the rol Ifcktng. 'TtJCTSnow," which was written n4th Robertson, Winchester s1i)lS"about those cold northern winters in a style much like tHe Band's lighthpartpd "ITp_Qn ^rn^e Creek": ..I- was tunin' in the six *' t O'clock newscast ".And.the weatherman '; Mentioned the snow. • As soon as I heard that . *. Four-letter word, • I toes making my plans to go. >, Winchester speaks about the mances in <v The Brand New Tennessee Waited: .. .Love, is mainly just Memories . Andjevertione's got a Few. So, 1 when I've gone, I'll Be'glad To love you. - Winchester was raised in Memphis, Tenn., and spenl some time in New. England before moving to Canada in 1961 and running into Robertson and mimiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiimimimiii MUSIC Hiiimiiiiimiiiiiiiiiimiiimmmm the other members of The Band. He appared on the same bill with the group last winter in Montreal. Like most of the members of The Band, Winchester was, raised on equal parts country, blues, rock, gospel and everything else played on southern radio stations. > ... His voice, which has a tingi of Roy Orbison on "Yankei Lady" and phrasing like sorm of the members of The Band on other -songs, is surrounded throughout by instrumentation and arrangements that match his moods expertly. THE TOP TEN ftesMtittn't r«ofds .af n\« «( band on the cash-Bex M*B8tin«'» i Ml» *« L»n«IV," -Llf»/'M.rm,. ft* uv» of Him," Martin. X-Rated Loser 'KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Foxey Lady, a stripper known off-stage as Bonnie Burke, used all her charm, including a full-length nude photograph, in her-^campaigrt for student body vicfr-presi- dent of Penn Valley Community College.' /She ran fourth behind three -men in the primary election. The two top men will meet in a runoff. Mrs. Bur-ke, a 27-year-old divorcee and mother of two, is a full-time student and has a 3.4 grade average out of a possible 4. She appears in night clubs when her school work permits. SHORT OF GOAL KATMANDU, NEPAL (AP) — The first South Korean ex pedition to the Himalayas has set up Camp 4 at 20,336 feet — 3,741 feet, short Of its goal — on the virgin Churen Himal peak in midwestern Nepal. NOW! GOOD SEATS ANYTIME AT BOTH COOL, COMFORTABLE LUXURY THEATRES RIVER HILLS SHOWS TONIGHT 8 P.M. ACRES OF FREE PARKING RIVIERA SPECTACULAR FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT AT BOTH THEATRES! DOLLY" CHILDREN'S PRICE $1.00 "WAGON" CHILDREN'S PRICE $1.25 TH6AT1R CLOCK (Friday's starting tirifcs as provided i _by theater managers.)... ARSITY: Royal Hunt of the Sun—8:30. Me, Natalie—6:30, '10:25 APRU A Walk jn the'Spring Rain— 1, 9. , RAftOUNT: Skullduggery—«, 8, 10. LA2A: Cactus Flower—6, 8, 10. NGERSOLL: M'A'S'H—6, 8, 10. AlAxY; What Do YDu Say to a Waked Lady?—12, 2, A, b, 8, 10. IV1ERA: Paint Your Wagon-4. IVER HILLS: Hello, Dolly!—8. ASTGATE CINEMA I: Gone With' the Wind—8. ASTGATE CINEMA II: Loving-7, 9. IASTGATE CINEMA III: Love Camp No. 7-12, 2,. 4, 6, 8, 10. >TUDIO III: Lady Godiva Rides—10, 12, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. HOUOAYjJVilfiOUt a Stitch—7:30, 9:25, APITOL DRTVF-IN: The LawyeF—8:45, l-*.rm Alfie—10:55. 1ANTATION DRIVE-IN: Loving—8:45, 12:15 a.m. Castle Keep—10:25. 10NEER DRIVE-IN: Easy 'Rider—6:45 12:30 a.m. Hang 'Em High—10:30. STARLITE DRfVE-lN: CattOahs— 8:3U Midnight C6wboy-^8:45, 12:55 l.m, Alice's Restaurant — 11:05. ;.E, 14TH ST. DRIVE-IN: 8:30. Scream and Scream Again— 8:45, I2:20~a.rft. Hell's Bells— 10:40. WEST-VUE DRIVE-IN: Cartoons— 8:30. Halls 6f Anger-*8:50..0n Her Majes- _ty's Secret Service— 10:45. WAKONDA: Butch Cassldy and the Sundance Kid— 7:30, 9:30.. DRAKE AUDITORIUM: The Black Sun — 8- VETERANS AUDITORIUM: Shrln* Cir- CuS— 8. PORTUGUESE AMNESTY LISBON, PORTUGAL (AP) — A political amnesty pardon* ing offenders against state security was declared Thursday by the Portuguese government to commemorate, the first centennial of the birth of former President Marshal Antonio Carmona. Delay Apollo 14 flight 2 Months WASHINGTON, T>.C. (AP) the flight of 'Apollo'14 will be postponed at least ur/til Dec. 3, the space agency said Thurs-j day, and its landing; target will! be the Fra Mauro region that Apollo 13 never reached. Apollo 14 had Been scheduled originally for launch on Oct. 1. The cause of the explosion in Apollo 13 has been tentatively identified as a short circuit in the fan motor in the No. 2 oxygen tank, "Our present assessment is that the modifications to the oxygen tanks in the service module that have already been identified will require several months, and that Apolto_l4 cannot be launched .before fiae. 3," DM Moin«s Register PM*A 0 Frl., May §.-1970 . * ' s«id Dr. TJhomas 0. Paine, NASA'administrator / ' -NOW NlfElY DAVE and SUSANNE , * NitMftaW famOU't Food S«rv«tf In * 1 Fssefnaimj campjtx ol Nin« oimnq ' ArMj-Op»rt Sunday ( * fun J«rvlc« CoffM H«ut« • C6mpl*t« MMdnj « Pool FKIIIIIM HMrT HOUSE 4115 Flaur Drivi * 0«t Molnej, Iowa MM1 VARSITY ?S ffr and UNIVtRSITV 2 Great Hits Together! Adult $2.00 • Child & Golden Aft 75c ROYAL HUNT—«i» ME, NATALIE i:30, 10:U I" *THE ROYAL HUNT OF THE SUN' is a very entertaining movie." | "The ironic story of Christianity's rape of supposedly innocent empires, in the name of God and in the interests of gold... Robert Shaw plays Pizarro with a marvelous mixture of arrogance and innocence. Christopher Plummer is Atahuallpa, a role that allows him to do all the things a performer longs to do. He's as fascinating as he is outrageous." —Vincent Canby,. N.Y. Times Thelncas had everything: wealth, beauty, honor and innocence, Pizarro brought them Christianity. *^ Royal Hunt of the Sun w ®. 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U1 IDADUI.TS SHOWN DAILY AT 12-2^ 6-8-10 SHOWN DAILY AT IO-I2.2-4-6-8.-IO STUDIO III tw.w^.m H.«I Ph. 288,9255 'SMT 10VE CAMP # DES MOWS' NEWEST x RATED NO ONE UNDER II ALL THE YOUNG BEAUTY OP EUROPE ENSLAVED FOR THE PLEASURE OF THE 9RQ REICH t 900 6th AWE. 7th BIG WEEK EXCELLENCY IK LlJS Ph. 243-9125 :w Morfi with |oo< «<uU and <» dtrt taut of k*mor BUT... BE PREPARED - 1 ?*! ;VfTHOUT A STITCH TONK?HT 7:30, 9.-2S HOLIDAY I Am Curious* *«•*•" search for identity ia the course of which she rummagwaroundinall accepted values: polltkal, social, and sexual Lena's investigation of foreign polides/non' violent resistance, QISTnOMTKHIvi • wealth,women r s rights,family pr999§HififWH I* ^PppMN mentedwitklierquest foragoodsexMe/aid there areKewshandfed WIIW M^BppBpi. Wff WHW whhwitand style.* ADMISSION RESTRIQED TO 18 & OVER THE EVERGREEN FILM PRESENTED BV GROVE PRESS STARS LENA NYMAN. A SANDREWS PRODUCTION DIRECTED BY VILGOT SJOMAN. 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