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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, July 21, 1973 David's still going like sixty Debonair David Niven who's always had a way with the pretty girls, hasn't lost his touch at 63. The film actor is surrounded at London's Playboy club following the announcement that he is to play Count Dracula in a forthcoming horror-comedy film "Vampire." The picture will be set in present-day London. Author starts legal battle over Marilyn Monroe book NEW YORK Norman Mai- ler has embarked on a legal battle with his new book about Marilyn Monroe, and to hear him and some of the other participants tell it, they will all be in court before long. For in- side the glossy cover of "Mari- mixed in with the nude pictures, are legal questions in- volving copyrights, contracts and libel. Mailer borrowed heavily In his book from earlier ones about the actress, quoting many chunks verbatim and repeating LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SOCIAL and DANCE SAT., JULY 21st 9 p.m. MUSIC BY THE BOW RIVER ORCHESTRA and Invited r i i i i L ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL presents WEST SIDE STORY (DIRECTOR DICK MEUS) August 21, 22, 23, 24, 25 YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE i i i i j '259. '449 CALIFORNIA from INCLUDES: Nightly accommodation. Transpor- tation, Sightseeing in major cities Las Vegas Bonus and Hi-Neighbor party! SEE Disneyland, Lot Angeles, San Diego, Tijuana, Mexico, Lcs Vegas, Salt lake City and more. An ESCORTED 15 fun-filled days. DEPARTING SEPT. S, OCT. 6 AND DEC. 27 Parade) by Deluxe Hiway Cruiser. ALASKA from INCLUDES: Nightly accommoda- tion, Ferryliner, Rail and Hiway Cruiser fare. Sightseeing SEE Dawson City, Fair- banks, Whitehorse, Prince Ru- pert, Watson Lake and more. An ESCORTED 15 fun-filled days. DEPARTING AUG. 19 by Deluxe Cruiser. Vor COM T etf many incidents. The author of one of those books, Maurice Zolotow, has called mailer so has the pub- lisher of the British edition of the Zolotow book. Mailer says he will sue Zolo- tow for libel unless Zolotow re- tracted the charge and offered an "apologr." Zolotow, for his part, said by telephone from Los Angeles that he was going to sue Mailer for Hbel that a SS-million libel suit would in fact be filed next week in federal court there, based on "defamation" of Zol- otow's book in Mailer's book. Zolotow also said that his publisher here, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, was considering a suit against Mailer and his pub- Usher, Grosset and DurJap, based on the so-called plagiar- ism or, in lawyer's terms, on the alleged infringement o'f Zol- otow's copyright in his book. And hi London, Zolotow's En- glish publisher, W. H. Allen, Ltd., has claimed that publica- tion of a British version of the Mailer book would infringe on Allen's rights in the Zolotow book. Without a financial settle- ment, W. H. Allen implied, it would seek an injunction against the English publishers of the Mailer book. Hodder and Stoughton. Most legal fights are settled out of court, and the chances are that these will be too. Her- ald Both, Grosset and Dun- lap's president, says for his part that he's a "reasonable man" end that he would be amenable to a financial settle- ment of at least the English phase of the But the situation is compli- cated, in part, because the law is not always clear, either on copyright or on libel. And there is some added confusion in the "Marilyn" situation, be- cause the popular conception of "plagiarism" as used by Zolotow. Mailer and others is quite different from the legal conept of "copyright infringe- ment" A copyright essentially, is a type of monopoly granted to an author, giving him almost total control over the way otters may use bis work. Hie law cre- ates these monopolies for the: specific, public purpose of fos- tering art. i Rock band profits in millions NEW YORK (AP) From the stagy glitter of Alice Cooper to the down-home grits-and- gravel of the Altaian Brothers, the groups of big-time rock mu- sic have at least one thing in common: profits. The Alice Cooper band dropped in on more than 50 'American cities this spring. The band grossed approximately million, said manager Shep Gordon. Not bad for a group of three years ago, for a bunch that chose a woman's name'and began an assault on young au- diences with fake hangings, live boa constrictors and seemingly endless supply of gimmicks. Alice Cooper probably spends more on eye-liner than Gregg Allman spends on clothes, but the boys from Macon, Ga., aren't doing too badly either. In 1971, the Allman Brothers Band took in This year, says manager Phil Wai- den, they'll make million. "It's more or less the decade of the star says Alice Cooper. "The old publicity stunts work." Away from the lights, how- ever, is another Alice. An Alice who drinks beer, watches old movies on the tube, wears base- ball jackets and has gone with the same girl for five years. Offstage, he is, by his own de- scription, more Fred MacMur- ray than satanic superstar. OWN HORSES The AJJman boys, too, despite their earlier motorcycle-gang age and brushes with the law, have settled down. Band members and their en- tourage recently bought 450 acres of land outside Macon and plan to build houses there. They have 10 horses among them. The path has been rocky for both the Allmans and Alice. The first Allman conceit took in They trekked to Florida, doing gigs, and fi- nally were invited to play in San Francisco at Fillmore West. Then in 1971, Duane Allman was killed in a motorcycle acci- dent in Macon. He was 25. Barely a year later, bass player Berry Oakley, 24, was fatally injured in a motorcycle acci- dent three blocks from where Duane died. Now they're back on the road and can ask for a single concert, Walden says. Alice Cooper's low point came in 1967 as the group headed for Los Angeles and tto big time. Their van, packed with eight people and an their equipment, was in a bad accident Today it takes two trucks to haul the stage, sets and 40 tons of equipment for an Alice Cooper performance. The bag- gage includes four whips, six hatchets, sparklers, 58 mannequins, 14 bubble ma- chines and 28 gallons of bubble juice. The plane that carried the band across the country also carried a blackjack table, several hundred comic books, luge amounts of beer, 14 cases of whisky and pounds of cold cereal. Taylor-Burton end separation A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL 405 5th AVE. S. PHONE 328-7921 or 328-1181 P. LAWSON TRAVEL MARQUIS HOTEL BLOC. PHONE 328-3000 STEAKS AND PANCAKES _C ATE RING SERVICE CLUB MEETINGS MEETINGS lUNCHfON'S aid at the time they had 'maybe loved each other too much." But Burton scoffed at reports that the split would be per- manent, calling them a "jour- nalistic joke." Their romance began here in 1964 when both were starring in the film Cleopatra. The affair caused an international scandal and both stars divorced other mates in order to marry. Retracing route of explorer PRUDHOE BAY, A 27-year-old English ad- venturer is making camp here before trying the final leg of a mile journey retracing the route of Danish explorer, Kmid Rasmussen. Colin Irwin, travelling by dog team and canoe, left from Repulse Bay, N.W.T., to dupli- cate the earlier sojourn of Rasmussen, who recorded the life of the Esfcimcs nearly SO years ago. TV HIGHLIGHTS SATURDAY SPORTS: Boxing, 2 p.m., Ch. 11. Mike Quarry meets Billy Kelly Wagner in a scheduled 12-round bout to decide the American Light Heavyweight Champion at New York's Madi- son Square Garden. SPECIAL REPORT: Canadian Champion- ships, 3 p.m., Ch. 7. Canada's top gymnasts meet in this national championship. SPORTS: Wide World of Sports, p.m., Ch. 13. Top Canadian and U.S. equestrians compete in this Olympic-type jumping event. SPECIAL: Miss.Universe Pageant, 8 p.m., Ch. 9. The right smile is worth the new Miss Universe is crowned in Athens, Greece. MOVIE BIOGRAPHY: Che! 9 p.m., Ch. 13. A romanti- cized account of Ernesto "Che" Guevara's role in the Cuban (evolution. MOVIE DRAMA: Kid Dynamite, 1C: 15 p.m., Ch. 11. A boxing match between champs of the East and West Sides results in a double cross. MOVIE DRAMA: Becket, midnight, Ch. 13. Study of the relationship between King Henry II and Thomas a Becket in 12th-century England. MOVIE COMEDY: Love In The Afternoon, Ch. 7. The beautiful daughter of a Parisian private detective be- comes involved romantically with a wealthy American busi- nessman. SUNDAY MOVIE COMEDY: Good Sam, noon, Ch. 11. Gary Cooper and Ann'Sheridan. GOLF SPECIAL: U.S. Women's Open, p.m., Ch. 11. A prestigious Big Two event on the women's circuit. SPORTS: Sports Challenge, 3 p.m., Ch. 9. Track stars Bob Seagren, Bill Toomey and Marty Liquori challenge the California Angels team of Frank Robinson, Nolan Ryan and Bobby Valentine. DOCUMENTARY: Muslim People, 4 p.m., Ch. 7. Islam and the West traces the Moslem influence throughout Chris- tian Europe from the 8th to the 16th centuries. MOVIE COMEDY: Congratulations, It's A Boy! 5 p.m., Ch. 13. A bachelor whose swinging life is jeopardized by the appearance of a 17-year-old son he never knew he had. MOVIE DRAMA: Red Line 7000, 8 p.m., Ch. 11. A sprawl- ing tale tf stock-car drivers and their romances. SPECIAL: Cities At War, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. London, 1940- 1945. The testimony of survivors and newsreel foctage chron- icle the horror of crumbling buildings and starvation, and the carry-on spirit that Londoners kept throughout the war. MONDAY MOVIE ADVENTURE: Fathom, p.m., Ch. 13. Raquel Welch as an athletic secret agent pursuing- spies in Spain. MANY VISITORS NEW DELHI (AP) Nearly tourists visited India in 1972, about 15 per cent more than the previous year, the eminent said. DIETRICH DENTURE CUNIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Sth St. S. Hi. 927-7244 APPEARING TONIGHT THE "ODDFELLOWS" (WHAT'S LEFT OF THE Featuring Hugh Symons Piano and Organ Don Jackson Drums and Vocal Special Guest Star Paul Ganger Fiddle DALLAS HOTEL ALEC HOTEL Whoop-Up Days Entertainment Every afternoon Mon.-Sat. 4 to 6 p.m. "Wilf Ducharm" Mon., Tues., Wed., Evening "Young Country" Thun., fit., Sat. evening "Lineman" LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVI. and 19Hi ST. N. WHOOP-UP ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS TONIGHT SATURDAY "PHIL LETHBRIDGE" "Members and Their Invited HENDERSON LAKE DAY CAMP WHEN.- Monday, July 23-Friday, July 27 WHStfe Registrations taken from 9 a.m. Noon at the camp (northeast corner of Henderson Park across from the campground) on Monday, July 23. WHO: Children 9-12 years WHAT: Program includes crafts, drcma, music, canoeing, games, etc COST: per child per weekly session COMING CAMP IMPEESA, JULY 31-AUG. 2 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PHONE 328-6116 RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs on listed by the Radio and Television Stations..Any variation in program schedule is duo to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the poruibiliry of The Lethbridgo Herald. CHEC Morlsy McGIII and Bell Contemporary News; Doug Marvin Contemporary Dow Farm News; Music Rtmembtr Sunday Mornings. SATURDAY f.WJtck Neufefd Paul Tessltr f :00 Music Remember News Music We Remember News Sports Buryl Clirk Newt Farm Cattle News Sports Mews Bob HeskttH News Stety SUNDAY Leo Dow (Music We Renumber) _ _ _r___ Indian Media Dave Xing News Paul Tessier Music to People Gospel Rremember Hour ________ News Back to God Hour Music We Paul Tessier Trading Post Remember MONDAY Leo Dow Sports News John Oliver CIOC News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whm, Bill Matheson; Sport and Don MacLeam Farm and Rrancn Doug Card. .SATURDAY NIOHT News MONDAY Snorts Sports, Wthr. News, Wthr, Sport H.ews Scores Shew Case jo-30, Bruce Bowie Jim Elliott Barry Hegland Sunday jaek SUNDAY News Probe 1220 News Canadian Concert Hall Blackfoot Indian Program Family News Christian Memories George Brown MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 B.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-0 p.m.-lO p.m. ___ ______ Don Hedman 6 p.m.-l a.m. Dell-0 10 p.m.-12 midnight SUNDAYS Concerts, Overtures i and Encores (Bob Concle) Checkup Jack John Charles Shew Stan Bail Rock On Entertainers Capital Report Hour of Decision Sunshine Ewtpel CHEC-FM 100.9. SATURDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 nocn-6 p.m. Don Hedman Show a.m.-l p.m. Concerts, and Encores News :02Stan Bailey Snow Sports Local World at Six (Bob Concle) 1-2 p.m. The Gasthaus Hour (German program) 2-6 p.m. Don Hedman t p.m.-l2 midnight Concerts, and Encores (Bob Concle) SATURDAY NIGHT Saturday West I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again Jazz Canadlana Showcase '73 The Demand CBR Radio 1010 Calgary News 9.05 Sunday Magazine Sunday Supplement Time Signal Capital Report News The Entertainers Warner's Music de Chez Nous Quebec Now CBC Stage Canadian Concert Hall Anthology Music Alive Just Jan SUNDAY Sunday Morning News on Sunday Sunday Morning Children's Story Time Warm Up Opener world at s Calgary Eye) Opener World at This Country Summer Switch Board Rebound ___....... National Rockworte Time Signal Sound of Radio Noon Regional StocKmarket orchestras Holiday CBC Vancouver Bob Ken- Chamber Orchestra BBC News Gilmor's Album Home Run The Bush and the News Salon World at Don't Miss Reading Tlic Uthbridge HeraU CHINOOK COMING OUT TUESDAY (Included with your copy of The Herald) Southern Alberta's LARGEST Rural Circulation Copies-Over tedders CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cobleviiion Ch. 6) SATURDAY Central Store Mission Impossible Minsteral Gallery All Around Circle sorrow wid Pity Country Time News News Monty Python Hying Clrucs Movie: Love to the Afternoon SUNDAY Gospel Hour Faith for Tottay crossroads Wdper SpecM Agriculture Today and FIB District 7 Reach for the Top Farm and Country Canada City Today Payday Ed Allen Soccer David Clayton People Thomas World We Live In Mon Ami Irish Rovers Friendly Giant Disney Mr. Dress Up Beachcombers Sesame Street Black Beauty Beverley Hlllbtllto Helen Reddy Show Truth or Sunday at Nine First Person Singular Of All People News Nations Business News Father, Dear Father Untouchables MONDAY PInnochio Let's Make Doll Klara's Komer Galloping Gourmet Joan Walerfleld Take 30 Edge or Night Family Court Drop In Hollywood Get Smart CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (CaWevision Ch. 4) SATURDAY MIGHT Under Attack Pentecost Rex Humbard Merv Griffin People's Church uniiruv Rural Report MOWDAY Pentecost Presents Thought for Day News Oil Report Kingo Binge Bridget Police Surgeon Roller Derby Movie: Chel News News University of Air Canada AM. 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