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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta May THE LBI n 6A publishing bonanza9 Movie books multiply like rats A member of the Oregon Frog Team from Salem gives his amphibious athlete a bit of moral support at the Annual Calaveras County Jumping Frog Jubilee at last weekend. Despite his the Oregon frog jockey was only able to get seven four inches out of his pet DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSSHOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic 8 304 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Letltbrldge Group to train at UBC TORONTO The 100- member National Youth Or- LET US ENTERTAIN YOU May 23 at 8 p.m. In The Yilis Memoriil Centra As Kate Andrews High School Coildile Presents A Melodrama in Three Acts with villain and PURE AS THE DRIVEN SNOW Arrangement with Samuel Tlskati SI.00 it the ichool or at the door Another Play on June 6 Watch tor it chestra will train this summer on the University of British Columbia campus Orchestra president Gordon Sharwood said in a news re- lease Saturday that Australian conductor Georg Tmtner has been named musical director for the 1974 season The Vienna-bcrn conductor led the young musicians in workshops and concerts in 1971 By VINCENT CANBY New York Times NEW YORK Movie They keep multiplying like the rats in Hamelin. They fill up the bookshelves. They're stacked on the floors. The stacks topple over and after a while no one bothers to pick them up. There are books on movie on movie on movie on movie on movie on movie on movie cameramen. There are screenplays of All American and of There are expensive books in a series titled Films of the most recent additions being Films of William and Films of Gene There's a solemn book titled Language A Semiotics of the Cinema There are reminiscences by Raoul Walsh's first by Hildegarde by Connne books about movie about experimental about Shakespeare's effect on and several about God and cinema When people write about God and movies suddenly become sanctified. Movie books won't stop It's a publishing bonanza There are collections of film reviews punchy titles for the ones collected from the popular laconic titles for those collected from the quarterlies Vernon Young calls his collection simply That's class There are books that including Movies From Script to published by Brace and To Organize and Run a Film There's one titled grandly to Rinehart There's something for including people who no longer may be especially interested A RED COACH LOUNGE Ron Rowe One week only nightly for your entertainment TAVERN Next Week Phone 3Z7-31 91 HOTEL LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION SERVICES Underground Sprinkling Systems Residential Industrial Parks Golf Courses Farmsteads MELNOR SPRINKLER EQUIPMENT Phone 328-0924 Lethbridge Expo Bob Special May 4 Tour. June low M ......................9690.30 27 transportation and accommodation D C Cape Kennedy Space Centre Coco Fort Lauderdaie. Miami Beach Walt Disney World Nassau in the Bahamas New Orleans El Paso Texas Juarez Mexico Phoenix Las Vegas and Expo '74 Spokane Expo June 10th 5 Expo Krlt Special 1 Sth 5 diyi 10S Expo KrlMofltrton 19th 4 seats Expo Harry 4 Expo Liberate Special 4 July 1 Eastern Canada July 23 low Ouebec Prince Edward Island Halifax Ottawa Toronto Niagara Falls Expo Mormon Tabernacle Choir Chicago Special July 1 S Expo Jack Mnny July 25MI.5 Dteneytand and Expo Augirtt 17 Expo Jim Buck Owen Special 4 Aug. 11th Expo Canada Week Special 4 Aug 2ith Canada Autumn Oct. 23 low M...................................... Prince Edward Ottawa Toronto and many more NORTHERN BUS TOURS IK-IB 44O.A17A ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NEW BLACKOUT Played Till Won Number IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD Limit PAYS DOUBLE No one under yean allowed. ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WIEKXND BNTIRTAINMINT may May May SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Maytair Theatre CHRIST in color Starring Ted Neeley and Carl Anderson Friday and May 24 and 25 FAMILY PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre FINGERS OF in color May 22 shows at 8-15 pm NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN TABER Tower Theatre LEGENDS in color. Starring Richard Widmark May 22 shows at and 9 00 p m ADULT recent arrival at my desk is a Berkley Medallion paperback by Bruce Behind-the scenes Account of Filming The Great Gatsby starring Robert Bedford and Mia Can you They're some worthwhile ones occasionally. Reverence to The Treatment of Women in the Rinehart by Molly the most best researched work on a topic in other is treated pretty much as an excuse for modish outrage. Bros. by Groucho Marx and Richard unedited transcripts of tape recordings made with Groucho and other members of the family and their friends that proved so shocking to Groucho's public sensibility that he to get the book shelved. very sad and revealing. Film The American Avant University by P Adams in depth studies of 24 filmmakers who have most influenced the movement Extremely informative and dense with associations that give it an importance and interest beyond the immediate subject matter of Underdevelopment The Revolutionary Films of edited by 'Michael Myerson The screenplays of of and plus facts and figures about other films being made in Castro's Cuba. It's a fine edition of the Grossman film-book series that includes Roberto Roselhni's War the screenplays of and Year His Life and of by Donald Richie A study of the Japanese master by an American most qualified for the job SOME TO AVOID Most of the film books being are worth your time only if you're an insatiable buff and have to keep up on or if you're a fan with stars the size of watermelons in your eyes Some new ones that you may want to avoid Girl Lost. The Life and Hard Times of Judy by Al Diono Jr another one of those Judy Sang And Died For Our Sins books. It contains a complete discography and is a selection of the nostalgia book club. Cut. The Making and Breaking of a by Paul the story of what went wrong with Sylbert's well written but unfortunately such a familiar story that it comes across more as therapy than as expose. The system is which makes the achievements of those who succeed even more extraordinary by James Robert m- depth studies of the careers of Eve Angela Thelma Ritter and Eileen Heckart. You must have something better to do and a biography of John Wayne by Maurice who treats Wayne with respect and the Crows Nest Industries profits down VANCOUVER Net three-month profits of Crows Nest Industries Limited of Fernie to March 31 amounted to compared with net profits of this time last year Per-share earnings for the first three months of 1974 were 25 Cents. The company's per share earnings for the same period in 1973 were a share Gross revenue slipped to compared to in 1973 Alta. minister questions CRTC power over cable TV EDMONTON Don minister of federal and intergovernmental said Friday he is not fully satisfied that the Canadian Radio Television Commission has solid jurisdiction over cable television in the province. He was speaking in an interview after telling the legislature that the federal cabinet has backed a decision by the CRTC to deny requests for additional United States television channels to be carried on Edmonton cable TV Mr Getty told reporters he will be consulting with Roy minister responsible for communications in the to consider what steps Alberta might take In the Mr Getty has said one option could be to throw the switch allowing the extra channels and wait to see the reaction be looking at all the he said The minister said the federal decision leaves Edmonton as the only major population centre in Canada which is being prevented from making the choice of whether to watch additional American channels 'It doesn't have anything to do with Canadian or American but rather a person's right to make his own choice The CRTC suggested that it might not be until that consideration could be given to adding an additional American stations to the one commercial and one educational channel from Spokane that now are brought into Edmonton CBC employees to get cost-of-living bonus OTTAWA A CBC spokesman confirmed Friday that all of the Crown cor- poration's employees are to receive a cost-of-hving bonus The which will cost about and is retroactive to April apparently was announced in a memorandum to staff issued Thursday by CBC President Laurent Picard. It follows the announcement by Treasury Board President C M Drury May 1 that about public employees would get a inflation award A treasury board spokesman said is a decision by the CBC management because Mr Drury does not control their budgets or their operations In Mr Picard said the applies to but me is a lot of complicated bookwork still to be figured out on how the increases will be worked into the salary but it will mean for everyone on top of their contracted salaries Mr Picard said most of the money will come out of the CBC budget but that the Treasury Board will have to contribute a small portion decision was made within the CBC and we didn't go to the government he said employees are not civil said Mr Picard we are a Crown corporation and we should give our employees the same considerations Show Times TONITE AT THE HOLIDAY INN THEATRE CHAUCER'S A FUN MUSICA L With Kirk Jensen as Absalom Linda Johnson as The Prioress Students Show p.m. Adult p.m. Bar Service May 22 I'VimlOLVT Tilt rRK Short Subjects 7 00 9 00 ALICE IN WONDERLAND 7 35 9 30 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 00 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT Short Subjects. 7 15 9 25 BLAZING SADDLES 750 1005 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 25 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN I.K.I- THE GREAT GATSBY 7 00 9 25 No Short Subjects TWO COMPLETE SHOWS 7 00 9 25 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT Mlths DHIMi TIIKATHF THE BLOB 9 30 BEWARE OF THE BLOB 11 15 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 9 30 GATES OPEN 9 45 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT green acres drive-in THURS. FRI. AND SATURDAY Adult Not Suitable For Children FIRST RUN FEATURES you're Mrs. LARRV KENT S T S KEEP IT in the FAMILY a notouc comedy of euckoMry1 JOHN GAVIN PAT GAGE ADRIENNE LA RuSSA i 1C- J Mt Ml V BJf Wednesday Night at the LEGION VIMY LOUNGE Members and Invited Guests I SECOND FEATURE I lYmit Tuism const AV rittMV Kit A FIIWI MHIt tciti Tm. Complete Show it p.m. ENDS TONITE OP THE in Technicolor certain amount of awe that like wood around a living no matter how hip the writer My the autobiography of Edward G. Robinson written with the help of Leonard Spigelgass Robinson is much more interesting in his films than in recollecting his life and times. by Lewis Yablonsky Georgie is a regular fellow who knew gangsters romanced a lot of beautiful felt intimidated by elegant ladies and cried when his mother died This is Modern Screen in hardback One way to tell the good books from the junk is the name of the publisher. Praeger has published a number of valuable studies of film as have the University of California Press and the Indiana University Press in its Cinema One series paramount Tonite and Thurs. At p.m. WALT D1SNEYS IrVONDE1 FAMILY paramount cinema Tonite and Thurs at P.M. Adult Not Suitable For Children Coarse Language May Be Offensive I TSLRZING college cinema NOW SHOWING TONIGHT AT P.M. RO66RT R6DFORD and mm PRRROUU ADULT ;