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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, March 2, 1974-THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD-5 Summer day-dreams Barefoot on a log Karen Crane Jody Wilson These photographs by Bryan Wilson, former Herald photographer, have been chosen for the Professional Photographers of Canada Print Show now touring the country. The show includes 135 photographs chosen from 450 submitted. A collection of brief book reviews "Chameleons and Other Quick-change Artists" by Hilda Simon (Dodd, Mead Company, 157 Chameleons have an undeserved reputation for being most adept at changing their color to suit the environment. Not only do they not engage in they are not the most unusual quick-change artists in nature. There are creatures that have remarkable ability to adapt to their surroundings, notably the flatfish soles, halibuts, and flounders. But many animals who change color do so because of sexual arousal or as a result of fear and anger. This little book, illustrated by Hilda Simon, is based largely on her observation of the color-changers. She includes a welcome warning that all observations of animals apart from their natural environment are subject to distortion. In support she repeats a story told by Konrad Lorenz, famed European ethoiogist, about one of the dogs which Ivan Pavlov, the Russian scientist, had trained to display a conditioned reflex in response to a certain stimuli. When the dog was released from the harness in which it was confined, it reacted quite differently to the same stimuli, proving that the conditioned reflex was only a small portion of the total pattern. (Incidentally, Pavlov became quite unscientifically furious and severely reprimanded the students who released the Here is a fine book, packed with information and beautifully illustrated. DOUG WALKER The highest standards are given in detail for each food category with brand-name recommendations for choosing foods that contain little or no harmful additives. In addition, brand-names are given for organically grown foods. Part II "In Your Kitchen" is ripe with suggestions for preparing many inexpensive substitutes for manufactured products such as soups, sauces, baby foods, candy, baked goods and a marvelous recipe for granola which all helps cut down orr additives and price and increases the pure nutritional food value so important for maintaining good health. ANNE SZALAVARY "Ten Thousand Several Doors" by Mary Craig (Prentice-Hall of Canada Limited, 183 Lorelei Wells expects to inherit a fortune when her father's estate is settled. Unfortunately someone tries to settle Lorelei by car, gas, pickup and gun. She takes refuge in the ancestral ranch and finally discovers why her life is threatened. A well-written suspense story that loses its pace after a promising beginning. TERRY MORRIS knowledge for procedures that are beneficial to new and experienced welders alike. Geared for educational welding programs in technical schools, colleges, industry or hobby welding Mr. Kennedy's book goes far beyond the routine skill- development emphasis of other related texts. Included in the book are hundreds of illustrations, photographs and line drawings. Many of the photographs were filmed in rather a unique way. By means of mangifying glasses in front of the camera lens. Mr. Kennedy was able to produce very revealing pictures of grain-structures in such metals as cast iron and high carbon steel. The text was written with emphasis on the soon-to-be adopted metric system including welding with metric conversions. The author owned a machine shop and was a business school instructor in Fort Macleod. joined the faculty of the Lethbridge Community College as a vocational education instructor in 1963 was appointed personnel director. He is a journeyman machinist, journeyman welder and holds a masters degree in vocational education. GORDON COLLEDGE "Buckminster Fuller to Children of Earth" by R. Buckminster Fuller. (Doublcday Company Based on sections from the film. Buckminster Fuller on Spaceship Earth, this book proves to be a very interesting but also relaxing selection, to be enjoyed by those who have the time to sit and ponder on his words. He points out the magnificence of man. as compared to the small child's simplicity. At one point he compares man to a knot tied in a piece of manila rope, sliding up. down, and sometimes off altogether; signifying death. The latter part of the book concerns nature, and could. just as the rest of the comparisons, be interpreted in various ways including your own CATHY de JONG "The Supermarket Handbook" In Mikki and David Goldbeck (Fiuhenry and White-side Limited. 413 pages. 38.1SK This "supermarket road guide" will enable the consumer to purchase the best possible produce and groceries that are available. "The Silent Scream" by Michael Collins (Vail-Ballon Press, distributed by Dodd, Mead and Co. Ltd., 184 pages, People die. and unless they are reborn fast, they'll be dead a long time. Dan Fortune, the one-armed New York private eye does not believe in premature death and is genuinely distressed to see people die in his presence, of unnatural causes. It all starts with a snapshot of a beautiful woman, which in turn leads, via a jealous husband and an amorous Mafia boss, to an intricate system of corruption and deceit Smashed heads and bullet-covered bodies eliminate a number of suspects and facilitate the detection of the culprit considerably. The has the essentials to keep one reading and compensates the reader after many visits to the morgue with an ingenious HANS SCHAUFL "Welding Technology" by Gower A. Kennedy, (Howard Sams Publishing Co., 704 Gower A. Kennedy's book has been described as the most up-to-date book on metallurgy and metallography in North America. It explores virtually all the known welding practices to date and presents a comprehensive overview of the many welding processes available, it provides practical experiences and "Good Food Without Meat" by Ann Seranne (George J. McLeod Ltd., 351 pages, With the present-day spiral- ing meat costs, Ann Seranne's book may fill the answer to a dwindling budget. Her numerous recipes for changing familiar foods into new dishes will excite many cooks. All recipes exclude fish and poultry, and cover a wide range of dishes including soups, appetizers, main dis- hes, salads, pastas, grains, breads, desserts, etc. The author introduces foods from different countries, noodles from Poland, couscous from North Africa, kasha from Russia, bulgar pilaf from the Near East Rahmkartoffel from Vienna, and many others. All are written so that one glance covers the required, cookware needed, and expected yield. Whether you turn to a vegetarian diet for religious, economical or adventuresome reasons, you'll find a wealth of ideas here. ELSIE MORRIS Though primarily about lake transportation in the mountain ranges from the Cascades to the Rockies, and their dicily navigable links, it also goes into the stories and timetables of .the various Tonnerville-trolley-type rail connections the wil-y Americans were using to drain off various hinterland resources from the British Crown Colony. Mr. Affleck (Nelson native, now of Vancouver) has supplemented his own voluminous research and racy account (he is a nephew of Charles Lynch and got well cut in on all those Irish genes) with a verbatim account by Otto Estabrooks of his adventures with his father from 1898 onward on Okanagan Lake service, including the storied and lamented "Minto" on Arrow Lakes. No serious historical organization could ignore this account of southern interior history, and no resident interested in how heath was funned could fail to enjoy it. NANCY MILES "Ecstasy and by Colin Hamer (William Heinemann Limited, 173 pages, Why does a priest leave the priesthood? Colin Hamer, who spent 12 years in rigorous academic and spiritual training before he was ordained tries to tell why. He received a doctor of philosophy degree from the Salesian University, appeared to be devoted to his vocation, jnd yet at the age of 36 applied for laicisation. His plea was. "I worship God, but cannot reject the world." His frank confession about his problems and frustrations command our sympathy and may give us a greater concern for the needs of all clergy. This is a book that will have a limited appeal but is well worth the effort required to read it I recommend it to all who take an active interest in church affairs, especially those who claim to be Christians. TERRY MORRIS reference to all the significant literature published on biblical themes. In surveying the contents of both testaments the authors weave together the historical, critical, archaeological and theological perspectives. Written at the request of the Society for Religion in Higher Education they may be difficult (but not impossible) reading for the ordinary person, yet rewarding for the persistent. DOUG WALKER "The Chopin Companion" edited by Alan Walker, (George "j. McLeod, Ltd., S4.50, For over 100 years the artistic reputation of Frederic Chopin has suffered not only from the sentimental and romantic legends which surround his name but also from the distortions and misinterpretations of his works by performers. In this book, Alan Walker and 10 leading composers, performers and scholars offer detailed analyses of the works and present an honest 'historical portrait of their composer. The result is a comprehensive book giving a fresh view of Chopin as man and artist. The Chopin Companion is illustrated with a photograph of the composer, 14 manuscript facsimiles and 350 music examples. It also contains a biographical summary chart and a chronological table of the compositions. CHRIS STEWART "Sternw heelers. Sandbars and Switchbacks" b> E. L. Affleck