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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 Nostalgia fills Frandson's warehouse VANCOCVKR (CPt It began when he pleaded with his parents not to throw out old family possessions but to give them to him instead Now. Philip Frandson s collection ot "American nostalgia' fills a California Mr Frandson. 4fi. is dean ol the extension department of the I niversitv ot California jt t.os Angeles the largest umveisity extension in the world He recently started a television program dcvotH to the collecting mam own collection includes pots and pans from his grandmother's kitchen neon a d v e tisments from Chicago of the and a collection of calendar glamor girls f have a neon sign from a Chicago ballroom, which now would be absolutely unobtainable." he satd on a recent trip to Vancouver H s a huge pink slipper ami inside the slipper it 10 cents a dance And men would go to Hi'1 ballroom and salve then depression by paying to cents lor a dance. Imagine that Ami I have the sign which says M r F r a n d s o n. a sociologist, believes his collection of pop art memorabilia is as impor- tant as the priceless treasures of a fine arts museum "My collection may seem utterly boring, even repulsive, to some people but these are objects which relleet our society "However much we may like or dislike them, they are honest representations ol what we have deemed to Psychologist on couch for Tuesday Night Car! Jung one of the major founders of modern psychology and psychiatry is put on the couch, so to speak on CBC Tuesdav Night June 18 The 90-minute program was prepared by David McF'herson a Me Gil! t'mversitv medical student who plans on a career in psvchiatry and who has had ti long'ttfite interest in In putting thr program tojSi'f.'ier. I WJKS priiiiiirily inten-steil in out vv h ;i t June was 1 1 k e perscinally. as a man." he The Camera And You By GERRY SAGE f n thine.] fjood book- Uiijf ,vfin 1 t ikn fn y Nir-f: i V of trcf nr M" ti I't'C" i {Jon f iMf to pv i tut vi d' ii s' V, i (ju 1 i. ,n fin ,'Mff (o t v o or bonX (1 l lint n n J wh.if ffwy i V j 'f> il r ,1 pofXol; fhn 'fH M h ir 1 ifei I'm r-n' -o t Don 'i-tq T MI i'r [jooif m'} ir ti hntM ip nf 'mntl pt( lifp" but i r ft) k no r A- t n, fjr h Ij.ifn' A- ,f f fi i i t t i 1 t KWIK KOLOR College Mall Phone This spring the Freud letters were published by the Princeton I'niversitv t'rcss and also issued as a Book of the Month Club selection Their editor. Bill MeGuire, is heard on the as are several of June's confreres and such people as Robert s o n and Northrop f-'rye. both of whom have been influenced by him Part Two nf CBC Tuesday Night features renowned violinist Yehtidi Mcnuhin in the world of Harry Sinners' Sonata for solo violin. which the violinist himself commissioned The concert '.vas recorded at tins year's Otielph Spring Festival Works hy two winiHMs in the CBC Radio Canada Council Awards for Young Composers are heard on Music Alive. June IS They are Slant by David Nichols of Ba> Roberts. New found land and Pvthian I by Gary Hayes of Toronto Canadian folk singers on the wane'1 ft appears this might be the case as coffee houses close around the country. deriving them a place to perform A concert was arranged at the t 'niversitv Western Ontario recentlv fo raise a (rust fund for folk artists such names ,m Valdv l.uke Ctibson Brent Tilcotnbo. WilU M Bennett and were there So was CBC Madio. to record it for The Kntertainers. IB be important and what we have contributed as a culture." His TV show, called The Collectors, has been getting a good response Irom fellow collectors'. He said it will take him two years to open his mail. In the program, he talks to collectors about then- collections. And some people have strange ones. One man collects orange crate labels. "He has four million orange crate labels. You can't get into his house. They're all filed away like a library. I toki him he was possessed. I even olfcrcd to exorcise him." Mr Krandsoh said the collecting c r a o has reached just about everybody. "Collectors arc coming out of the woodwork. Previously, collecting has been an activity of the privileged classes, assembling objects of high culture, objects ot fine aes- thetic quality, "Hut today collecting has suddenly become democra- tixed. It's a nwss activity. Kveryonc is collecting something and virtually everything is collectable "We are living in a world ol instant antiques." And why do people collect? He said there are many attempt to im- mortalize one's future or maybe an attempt to fight loneliness. Some collect to study history and some be- cause they simply have the pack rat instinct. Hut the most likely reason is mercenary. it now, because tomorrow it will be worth more." Ian J, Hamilton Phono 328-9831 D. S, (Don) MacDODBld Phono 328-82'l9 NIckBotlsow Phono 327-8063 Nell Mac'ntosh Phono 1 W.Harry Pratt Phone 328-3671 8 in firvv side lo- c.ilion lifiishocl rumpus tnrjtn bedrooms iMthfoom Pncod 5'12 00 M L S Seo Ihfpii bedroom bunq old