Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 5, 1969 · Page 45
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Swfrai Vlhfntlons to rite Valley Poems by Morrison collected in books Bj? JON SARGENT At such times when one's artistic license is being challenged, it is only fitting that one either put up or shut up. > Such must be the case with Jim Morrison, the leading fore* behind those swinging Doors—which, incidentally, seem to be swinging shut these days. After nearly a year of checking out offers from various book and magazine publishers regarding his poetry, the gutteral-prone warbler has consented to allow some of his poems to be collected into book form. And to add the icing to the cake, Morrison will be publishing the conglomeration himself. In total, the works will consist of two volumes. One, entitled "The New Creatures," will be packaged in a box containing 84 pages of poetry. The other, entitled "The Lords," will consist of about 70 pages bound in book form. To show his sincerity in the effort, Morrison has even further stipulated that once these volumes are published, then he will quote reconsider unquote some of the offers which would result in his poetry reaching a greater audience. Now I ask you, who ever heard of a riot in a bookstore? HANGING OUT—Bill Goldstein and Marsh Ehgerman, the new guiding lights behind JD's, must be doing something tight. The Boundary has been playing to full houses every night this week. Probably their most right move to date is the acquisition of Stan Devereaux and his Trendsetters. . . . The Joint Venture will be winding up their Red Dog stay any day now—like maybe tonight. The quintet has come a long way from their rather weak opening of five weeks back.... And it's the Generation Gap out at Mr. Lucky's substituting for the traveling Cornerstone. The best sounds, however, can be heard in the west-side nitery Monday eves with a little help from Calliope. CHARITY MIGHT as well begin at home. The Samuel Gompers Rehabilitation Center will be striving for some of our hard (well maybe not too hard)—earned bucks Saturday, April 13, until whenever. Included in the organization's many mini-day eighth annual Bar-B-Kue Karnival will be a happening at the Tower Plaza shopping center. The festivities will offer games, food, ice skating, threater, and very little sleep. The action starts at 10 p.m. This week's "Jon Sargent Good Fellows Award" goes to Pat McMahon, the star of KRIZ radio, the program director's conventions, and KPHO's "Wallace Show." After watching Pat for one year I am left wondering only where he gets his energy. I also hope he never gets caught up in the insurance business, or we'll all have our sweet bippies protected. .LAST MINUTE FLASH—Reliable sources inform me that none other than world-renowned radio personality Bill Drake will be coming to Phoenix May 5, to make a local station his new happy home. Drake is top programmed for America's heaviest radio station. Campus dissent study on KAET An in-depth study of the University of Pennsylvania's solution to campus dissent will be featured on NET Playhouse over Arizona State University's KAET, Channel 8, at 9 p.m. Monday. "To Calm a Troubled Campus" examines a break in the inflammatory academic scene at the University of Pennsylvania where agreement was reached after demonstrations just four weeks ago. The protests at Pennsylvania centered around research contracts deemed to foster the war effort and the university's expansion into the ghetto. The administration, with the aid of faculty mediators, suspended all research contracts which could lead to destruction of human life. In addition, the university settled on a $10 million indemnity for damage already done in the ghetto and arranged for local residents to sit on a board which will consider any future expansion. 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