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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 LETHBRIDQI HERALD May 1974 actor vocation have much in common LONDON Biogra- pher Michael who will soon embark on the job of writing the official life story of George Bernard finds there is much in common between his vocation and that of an actor. biographer leads two the 38-year-old writer said in an interview. puts on the clothes of his very much as the actor does. KITCHEN NOOK SEE AD ON PAGE 34 ONLY MclNTOSH.THE INDIAN-FIGHTER. STOOD BETWEEN ULZANA. THE APACHE-AND THE BLOODIEST MASSACRE OF THE WEST' RESTRICTED ADULT BURT LANCASTER ULZANASRAID SUNLAND THEATRE MILK RIVER SHOWING TONITE AT P.M. One has a curious feeling that someone else is taking His reputation rests on his two-volume life of biographer Lytton published in and the six years of work he is just ending on the artist Augustus John. The first half of this two-volume study is to be published this year. I was writing about Strachey I found myself suf- fering from the same sort of illnesses he was as if I had caught posthumous in- fections. So I thought my next life should be about someone more robust. But of course I found that that vigorous heterosexual was had his own health including bouts of LIVES INTERWOVEN is something in common about the three although they were utterly different kinds of people. Their lives for the best portrait of Shaw was painted by like writing about the fairly recent for that past has not yet solidified into history. I like to reassess people who for one reason or another have been unjustly neglected. After death the reputation of a man goes through a trough. So if one does work on the man one is seeing with a new HAIR Shaped the Way You Want it TOWNE HOUSE Men's Hairstyling 71OA 3rd Ave. South Phone No appointment necessary across from Downtown Mothers Day BUFFET Celebrate Mother's Day by taking Mom out ot the Kitchen Our chefs have prepared their specialties Something for every member of the family We've got the table set just help yourself and see why so many families make The Holiday Inn Mother's Day Buffet an annual event Mother's Day May 12th Starting at noon Per Person tor Children under 12 FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 328-1111 Good Good Friends... Together 421 Mayor Magrath Drive The only way to make such a said is to allow enough time. discover the truth for yourself. Having got all the information then the next thing to do is to give the account literary shape. I write about people dead not too long there are relatives to so I am absorbed into their world. It provides not only but a way of life. I would like one day to edit a book of essays by biographers on how they see their how they how they are affected by the personalities of those about whom they BELIEVED IN YOUTH Holroyd feels he knows John but he met him only once. happened to meet him in Chelsea. He was well past his a danger to traffic as he crossed the road. You felt the tremendous power of his partly it was his hypnotic partly his melodic partly the way he used his hands. He be- lieved in he believed it was the duty of artists to re- main young. When he was un- deniably he found age a great humiliation. was really a putting all the background material together. I did about 95 per cent of the research because au- thors aren't but there is one very big advantage in doing your own research. The outside researcher will note the relevant item an old but the biog- rapher's eyes stray to another where there may well be something else which is something which sheds light on the period. THE PASSPORT FACTORY 5 min Service on Citizenship. I.D. and Visa PHOTOS Upstairs Suite E 303-Sth So. 328-9344 Plan film on case of Steven Truscott Ont. A Canadian film coumpany plans to produce a 90 minute contemporary of the case of Steven who at 14 was sentenced to hang for the 1959 murder of 12 year old Lynne Harper in Ont. The case received widespread public attention in the 1960's including debate in the House of Commons and publication of a book by Isabel Lebourdais which claimed the youth was innocent. Truscott served 10 years in prison and was released on parole in 1969. Stephen assistant director of the budget said in an interview here the film script to the possibility that a number of people were involved in the murder and is quite sympathetic to the youth charged and convicted of Paradise Films Ltd. of Toronto has hired cameraman Richard of Coin' Down The Road and Wedding In and is seeking more than 50 actors for the production to be filmed in Guelph. and nearby Elora starting July 1. The script was written by the film's director Murray Markowitz and Joe Weisenfeld and Fabian all of Toronto. Expo designer Andy Kuhlmann of a Canadian government stands in the children's playground on Canada island at Expo the Spokane world's fair and surveys his landscape designs. Tours-Tours-Tours 59 Frnm From SENIOR CITIZENS TOURS 5 Departures... NORTHWEST TERRITORY TOUR Ififl00 W W EXPO 74 TOURS Departs July 16-Aug. 17 ........From W RUSSIAN TOUR 111 fi75 Departs end of June...... From A AAV PALMYRA PAGEANT TOUR JRfl00 Departs July Days...... W W WRITE or PKLNE GOLDEN WEST TRAVEL SERVICE 1 081 2-61 Alta. Phone 435-6307 Pro ft for film industry lies in disaster movies By BOB THOMAS LOS ANGELES The movie world is becoming a disaster area lit- erally since produc- er's have realized that large profits can be made from sagas of man vs. fire and other disasters. Due to cancellation the SABRES Dance Band is MAY 25th PHONE 326-2969 Houseboating SPRING-SUMMER-FALL In a MONASHEE HOUSEBOAT on Shuswap Lake FISH-SWIM-SUNBATHE-RELAX Enjoy our early late or fantastic summers. Summar Helldairt are Ahaadl Rasarva aarly to tvoid dlMppolntmant. Gat group togathar lo thara Write or MONASHEE HOUSEBOATS P.O. Box Salmon B.C. Telephone 835-4666 A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL 60S 5th AVE. S. PHONE 32S-7I21 or 321-1 111 P. LAWSON TRAVEL MARQUIS HOTEL BLOO. PHONE 321-3000 BY POPULAR DEMAND i JOHN and DAVID GALBRAITH f announce their last LD.S. HOLY LAND TOUR Leaves MAY 30th arrive in London ind spend three weeks in LONDON. GREECE. EGYPT ISRAEL We'll visit the Temple in London and other points of interest. We'll visit Greek folk etc. We'll see the take a cruise down the ride etc. We'll visit a desert city carved out of tour the old city of Jerusalem and the holy places as well as seeing the modern city. We'll see Jacob's the Garden Arma- Mt. of Camel etc. DON'T MISS THIS LAST -IT WILL LEAVE FROM CALGARY- For further Itfonmtioi MRS. LUCILE EVANS at 752-3688 it JOLAYNE HILL at 762-3161. RiymRl. Alta. got to give the public something they can't get on says Jennings executive of MCA-Universal and a leader in the disaster film industry. He the one who induced Mario Puzo to write an origi- nal story for in which a large part of Los Angeles is destroyed. The movie now is being filmed. Another Universal project is in which Robert Wise will reproduce the destruction of the German dirigible. Because it is impractical to build a new Wise plans to photograph a 60-foot model of the ill-fated dirigible. George C. Scott will star in the film. Charlton Heston is starring not only in but also in Umversal's Airport 1975. It has a Boeing 747 which is disabled in a collision with another plane. Heston comes to the rescue by being lowered from a helicopter. The king of the disaster epics is Irwin the man produced The Poiseidon which started the trend. He now is burning the world's tallest building in The Towering Inferno Insects are big in film plan- ning this year. Paramount will release Phase a science fiction movie about ants that threaten to take over the earth. Veteran thrill-maker William Castle is preparing The Hephaestus which will depict an invasion of giant cockroaches. Castle plans to guarantee an audience reaction. He is developing a device which will brush the legs of theatre patrons and make them think the cockroaches are coming. SIMULATES EFFECTS Universal's Lang also is de- veloping a system to supply added dimension to Earth- quake. The system will use sound speakers and smoke machines to simulate the effects of a quake. Columbia's thing is millions of them. The company will soon release a film made by Metromedia Chosen starring Jackie Cooper and Alex Cord. They are among the survivors of an atomic holocaust who try to live in underground caves but are attacked by vampire bats. Also from Columbia will be directed by Peter who did Bullitt. It's a tale of a resort town that is cut off from the world by an avalanche. all have this in com- identification and jeop- says Castle. an hour and a half or two the spectator enters the realm of film and experiences the thrill of adventure. It's like the girl in the Hitch- cock the viewer shares her peril and is relieved when she escapes from GOLDEN WEST TRAVEL SERVICE Expo 74 Tours Departs July 16. August 1 '280 Senior Citizens Tours 3 Departures ._g From UO Palmyra Pageant Tour Departs July 20 22 Days From Northwest Territory Air Tour- Departs June 18 GOLDEN WEST TRAVEL SERVICE 10812- 61 Avenue Edmonton 435-6307 See Your Travel Agent The Newly Renovated LETHBRIDGE HOTEL RESTAURANT Mother's Day Menu ................6 Dinner for 2 00 Choice of the Roast Hip of Alberta Beef served with Yorkshire Pudding i Baked Whole B.C. Cohoe Salmon served with Egg Sauce Deep Fried Breaded ft Spring Chicken served with Corn Fritters EACH DINNER French Onion Brussels Baked Buttered Cream Pie Free for all Mothers Phone 327-3151 for reservations Corner 5th Street 2nd Ave. South Jtor NEW POTATOES Capitol TARER CIVIC CENTRE SATURDAY. MAY 11th. P.M. ALL TICKETS AT THE DOOR Capitol ;