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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Fitzgerald books earn money for his estate By RICHARD SEVERO NEW YORK TIMES SERVICE NEW YORK Throughout his professional life, F. Scott Fitzgerald was preoccupied with money specifically, his inability to earn as much as he spent. It he were alive today, he might still feel that he was not a competent money manager, but he could take some comfort in having substantially more to mismanage. For the works of F Scott Fitzgerald are now earning record amounts for his estate, of which his daughter, Mrs. C. Grove Smith, is sole executor. FILM RIGHTS A third movie version of Great Gatsby" the him rights cost will open in New York next Wednesday, and for 1974, Fitzgerald's books are expected to sell nearly a million copies in the United States alone. His agent and others close to the estate decline to discuss exactly how much money Fitzgerald's books are generating, but the situation suggests it is comfortably in six figures a year an- MEET ALKER at Rally Night, Sunday 7 p.m. Lethbridge Salvation Army 1302 4th Ave. S. 328-8611 w w PUBLIC 12513rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m 16 GAMES NEW BLACKOUT Played Till Won (No Number Limit) IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD (No Limit Purchased) PAYS DOUBLE Mo 1A ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WUKINDINTIRTAINMINT SATURDAY, MARCH 23 UPSTAIRS "SOUTHERN PLAYBOYS" DOWNSTAIRS "VARIETY MEN" LABOR CLUB WEEKLY BINGO Every Monday 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 50 Numbers 10th Game Blackout in 55 numbers ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH 11 Games Prize Money Entry Card All Wood Cards ChiUrwi Under 16 Not ARoiwd Bingo will alto played in club room for and their invited Music Friday and Saturday Banquet Facilitiea Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL PHONE 32S-7t21 or 32t-11t1 P. LAWSON TRAVEL MARQUIS HOTEL BLOO. PHONE possibly could reach into seven. What's happening now is a tar cry from, the circumstances Fitzgerald found himself in. It has been estimated that over the course of his writing career, his total earnings gave him an average of to annually, but there were lean years. In 1932 and 1933, his book royalties came to a total of "Gatsby is now doing so well that copies of it will probably be sold this year in this country alone. It was originally published in 1925 and by the end of that year, a second printing had produced a total of only copies, which sold for each. Were he alive today (he died in Fitzgerald would see sustained (and lucrative) interest in not only but also his other owrks. "Tender is the night" is selling at the rate of copies a year. Scribner's alone estimates it sells copies of all Fitzgerald works annually, and has been for at least five years. Scribner's accounts for most of the author's work. A Scribner's spokesman estimates that about tour-year colleges in this country offer courses that make Fitzgerald required reading and that his works are also read in to high schools. If that sounds impressive, it would seem the best is yet to come, for those figures were posted before the current intensified interest in "Gatsby" began, engendered in great measure by this newest motion picture entitled "The Great Gatsby" (The second one, with Alan Ladd. was in This starring Robert Bedford and Mia Farrow, represents a major effort by Paramount for 1974. Although the other two versions were also produced by Paramount, it did not obtain film rights in perpetuity. Saturday, March 23, 1974 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD 13 Airlines hike cargo rate MONTREUX, Switzerland (AP) Leading airlines de- cided today to increase cargo rates on transatlantic flights up to five per cent June 1, but did not agree on an increase in passenger fares. The increase affects all gen- eral cargo rates, specific commodity rates, bulk utilization charges and minimum charter rates, an announcement by the International Air Transport Association (I AT A) said. The increase will be five per cent on the North Atlantic route and four per cent on mid-Atlantic and South Atlantic routes. The increase in cargo rates and the proposed increase in pas- senger fares were to meet higher fuel costs. Association sources anticipate fuel prices during the second quarter of 1974 will be 170 per cent higher than in the same period a year ago. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSSHOSACK CtrtHM Denial Mechanic SUIM 8 304 5th SI. 8. Ph. 327-7244 Townsfo Ik find s upers tars The shadow of Richard Burton's profile falls across Elizabeth Taylor's face as he prepares to do a scene in "The a movie about southern bigotry being filmed in Oroville, a mid-California town. Miss Taylor, who says she's retired 'until something worth while comes isn't part of the cast but she occasionally visits the location where local citizens can see the movie stars in action. Film stars stir excitement in small California town GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE C Saturday, March 23 p.m. Music by "Fiorini" Members and Invited Guests Only OROVILLE, Cahf. (AP) Actor Richard Burton and his actress wife Elizabeth Taylor are on location in this mid- California town for the film The Klansman. The movie is based on William Bradford Huie's novel of bigotry in the southern parts of the United States There hasn't been so much excitement here since a dam was built. Citizens can visit the town square and find a race not being staged. They can catch glimpses of Lee Marvin, Cameron Mitchell, Lola Falana, Luciana Paluzzi and football star 0. J. Simpson, who has a dramatic role in the film. NUDE POSE SAN FRANCISCO (AP) "I did it for the fun of it, and it is great says SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES C Theatre "LOST HORIZON" in color. Starring Peter Finch, Liv Ullman, Charles Boyer. Saturday, March 23, shows at and p.m. FAMILY FORT Theatre "ENTER THE DRAGON" in color. Starring Bruce Lee, John Saxon and Jim Kelly. Saturday, March 23 show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN "BLUME IN LOVE" in color. Starring George Segal. Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, March and 26. Sunday show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT MILK Theatre "THE POSEIDON ADVENTURE" in color. Starring Gene Hackman and Shelley Winters, Saturday and Sun- day March 23 and 24. Shows at p.m. ADULT PINCHER Theatre "SANTEE" in color. Starring Glen Ford and Dana Win- ter. Saturday March 23 shows at and p.m. ADULT "STEPMOTHER" in color. Sunday, March 24 show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT Theatre "THE STONE KILLER" in color. Starring Charles Bran- son. Saturday, March 23 shows at and p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN FEATURING: Las Vegas Reno Carson City Lake Tanoe Virginia Cuy elc DEPARTING Mat Oy Oeiune H.vvay Ctuiset 9 lun lined days u fr 9 Fun-filled Days DEPARTING MAY 4th ISFvn-filled Days DEPARTING MAY 18th JUNE 22nd 15 fUM fiufO O4VS DEPARTING JUNE 30m and JULY 21........... from singer John Davidson, who bared nearly everything to Cosmopolitan magazine's second nude centrefold. Davidson, 31, shares centre- fold honors in the February is- sue with former football star John Brown. He said he didn't consult his father, a Baptist minister, before accepting the assignment. However, he said his wife Jackie had no objection. RECEIVE AWARD LOS ANGELES (AP) A Touch of Class and Save the Tiger were named yesterday by the Writers Guild of America as the best comedy and drama written directly for the motion picture screen. Melvin Frank and Jack Rose received the award for A Touch of Class and Steve Shagan for Save the Tiger at the 26th annual awards reception. Paddy Chayefsky received the Law el Ward, presented to the "writer who has advanced .Jhe literature-of motion pictures through the years and has made outstanding contributions to the profession of the screen writer." Chayefsky wrote The Hospi- tal, The Goddess, Marty, and many other motion pictures. Show Times easur Plunge into a ool Saturday March 23 PARAMOUNT THEATRE STING 7-00 9 15 No Short Subjects TWO COMPLETE SHOW- 7 00 9 15 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 7 15 9 20 SUMMER WISHES. WINTER DREAMS 7.50 9.55 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 20 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects 7-00 9 00 HARRY IN YOUR POCKET 7.15 9.20 LAST COMPLETE SHOW. 9 00 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT Sunday. March 24 PARAMOUNT THEATRE STING- 8-15 No Short Subjects .ONE COMPLETE SHOW 8 15 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 8.15 AND HOPE TO DIE 8-40 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 8 15 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN COLLEGE CINEMA ITALIAN CONNECTION 8.00 UNHOLY ROLLERS 9 35 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 8 00 RESTRICTED ADULT paramount NOW SHOWING at p.m. Sunday One Show At p.m. .all it takes is a little Confidence. ADULT PAVL NEWMAN ROBERT REDFORD ROBERT SHAW A GEORGE RCf Hlli FILM 'THE STING" paramount cinema Last Times Tonite AT P.M. NOMINATED FOR 2 ACADEMY AWARDS Joanne Woodward Best Actress of the year! -New York Film Critics Circle ADULT ummer Wishes j Winter Dreams J FREE CONCERT Sponsored By The German Canadian Male Chorus Featuring Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kaufman and a wood- wind quintet. Selected from the Lethbridge Symphony Orchestra. March p.m. GERMAN CANADIAN HALL Program will Iw MoMly in German. M.C. Will SpMk German and Engliah. paramount cinema STARTS SUNDAY One Show Robert RqaA and luck! From this split second on these men ore going to be very rkh_ or very dead! ADULT Not Suitable For Children 0 CENTURYFOX PRESENTS A SERGE SIIBERMAM PRODUCTION AND HOPE TO DIE' ROBERT RYAN JEAN LOUISTR.NT'GNANT LEAMASSARI ALOORAY ISA FARROW PRODUCED BY SERGE SILBERMAN DIRECTED BYRENE CLEMENT Don'! wait until it's iFTHE RUSH Kit. By ill into the for loo hectic7 type tun 1 of your own Ibiic recreational OWE IT TO YOURS UE PLUS LITY ENGINEERING TILITY per because of a way to keep joroW Frotnltial iste B-toemg iravagance addition MEASURE 1 buyer Your PLE round reef entertaining.' skating, all CONTACT YOUN PLEASUI OLREP MY Bamrtaon Phona After pm or Sundays STARTS SUNDAY Ona Show at 8p.m. A RASTAR GILBERT GATES Production I COLUMBIA A DIVISION OF I COLUMBIA PICTURES INDUSTRIES. INC RESTRICTED ADULT Language and Violence Throughout When The Godfather signs your contract... there's noplace in {he world you can hide! When you're in the mood For Something thats Exciting New and Different Henry Silva Woody Strorte In Portrait Photography Give us a Can A. E. CROSS STUDIO ;