Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 29, 1973 · Page 134
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 134

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Mailer, publisher in dispute over 'Marilyn? York Times Service LOfoDON - Mark Goutden, chairman of W. H. Allen, which has published two biographies? of Marilyn Monroe, insisted Tuesday that Norman Mailer was a plagiarist and knew he was one. This was tils immediate reaction to the statement Mailer issued in New York saying "No one is going to ca]l me a plagiarist and get away with it." Goulden reiterated his criticism that Mailer's "Marilyn" had made unauthorized use of large sectionsdf"Norma Jean" by Fred Lawrence Guiles and "Marilyn Monroe" by Maurice Zolotow, both published by W. H. Allen. "He does not want anyone to call him a plagiarist: I will," Goulden asserted. A spokesman at Hodder and Stoughton, the British publish- fiesta to be on KHEP-FM KHEP-FM, 101.5, will present a month-long salute in July to the Mexican-American culture. Sunday, at 6 p.m., an hour lortg program will feature an interview with Governor Williams. This first in a series of "Fiesta" programs will also highlight music by one of the eminent Mexican musicians, Carlos Chavez. Chavez founded the Symphony Orchestra of Mexico in 1928 and was its conductor until 1949. He has been head of both the National Conservatory of Music and the Government Department of. Fine Arts. His symphonies (the sixth appeared in 1964) and other compositions, often show the influence of the nature of Indian melody, and have met with considerable favor in his own country, in the United States and elsewhere. He has also written a book, "Towards a New Music." Compositions by Chavez will be Soli I and IV. During the daytime pro- g r a m i n g throughout July, compositions by Mexican composers will be featured. Each evening at 7, additional selections and interviews will be broadcast. Saturdays and Sundays, at 6 p.m., there will be hour-long programs featuring conversation specials and music. Saturday, July 7, John Mohler, KHEP-FM's production manager, will interview Edquardo Brionez, of the Mexican consulate in Phoenix. Works of another of Mexico's composers and conductors, Manuel Ponce, will be played. Concerto Del Sur and Sonata Classica will be works of Ponce presented July 7. Sunday, July 8, at 6 p.m. Chavez will be interviewed by John Mohler in Mexico City and Chavez' Soli II will be the music featured. er 6f "Marilyn," maintained its position remained that the book would be Issued here Oct. 8, as originally scheduled, "We are in discussion with W. H. Allen and have nothing more to say," he add* ed. Goulden said lawyers for his company were now trying to set a value on the damage done by Mailer's "plagiarism." It Is very difficult, he added, "because Mr. Mailer has helped himself to so much of this material." author of great and he knows damn well that you do not apply to an author to quote from his books; you apply to the publishers who hold the rights. No one knows this better than Mr. Mailer." Commenting o n Mailer's statement that he had paid the authors handsomely. Goulden said Guiles had told him by letter that he had no payment. "That goes for Mr. Zolotow too," he added. "He has taken nearly one quarter of Mr. Guiles's book and lifted it without requesting permission from the publisher. He has gone behind the publisher's back and tried to sneak in via the author. He has no right to do it." PHONE 977*351 1 fNOS SATURDAY! lum foncnH A* "He is an experience, quanus SBFBRATE PEACE "HiAHTWAHMHiQ, fffOffOftWOf -lofboro Galdimtlh, Marptn lataaf f.4A MfOPiwiMtrmMf 7:3 ° Aftourrownrf»AM0ir COLOR LEMMON i -»«» »«»rf, Nt« Vert Doily Ntwi AM1V Syiirftcattrf Cafvmnli) CACTUS RD. at 35th AVE. 938 0100 OPEN MON.-FKI. 6:30 P.M. SATURDAY I SUNDAY 12:30 LAUIttNCE OLIVIER MICHAEL GAINED __PLUS-V "VANISHING POINT" CALENDAR "The Bat" — ASU Players production, 8 p.m. today and Saturday, Lyceum Theater. Windmill Theater - "Beg i n n e r s Luck" with Bob Crane, 6:40 dinner, 8:30 performance, Tuesdays through Sundays, 12:15 buffet, 2P.M. matinee Saturdays and Sundays. Phoenix Little Theater — "The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail," 8 p.m. today, Saturday, and Sunday, at the Theater. "The Boys From Syracuse". — Lyric Opera Theater of ASU, 8 p.m. today through Sunday, Gammage. Scottsdale Theater for Children — At Sedona Fine Arts Festival, 2:30 p.m. Saturday, "Tarradiddle Travels" for children; 8 p.m. "A Thurber Carnival" for adults, Art Barn. "The Fantasticks" — Best of Broadway production directed by Mel Weiser, Fridays through Sundays, 6:30 p.m. cocktails, 7 p.m. dinner, 8:15 curtain, Camelback Inn. "Cabaret" — Scottsdale Community College Department of Drama and Music, 8:15 p.m. today and Saturday, Student Center at the college. Hawaiian Youth Chorale — Singers from Central Union Church, Honolulu, 8 p.m. today, Church of the Beatitudes, Seventh Avenue and Glendale. Under the Yum Yum Tree — Summer Holiday Playhouse, Holiday Inn, Apache and Rural, Tempe 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays until July 21. "Pinocchio" —Phoenix Center for the Performing Arts production, 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Sombrero Playhouse. Concert — Phoenix Comma- nity Orchestra, Dr. Carlo Veronda, conductor, 8 p.m. Saturday, Phoenix College Auditorium. SOUTHWEST DRIVE-IN THEATRES • SHOW iTAHTI AT DUSK! < CINEMA PARK DRIVE IN 5501 N. 7lti SI. • Ht-35»2 • BURT REYNOLDS • "THE MAN WHO PG LOVED CAT DANCING" - PLUS "CHEYENNE SOCIAL CLUB" Vjlieli Cin>'n Hwy it HciWn. 5O-8U2 • LEE MARVIN • • ERNEST BORGNINE • "EMPEROR [PGJ OF THE NORTH" " -PLUS- TORA, TORA TORA ^ People need it... intheyear2O22. METROCOLOR PANAVISION® ACRES DRIVE-IN •^KOO Wnt Vin »uitn « 272-2366j • RAQUEL WELCH* "LAST OF SHEILA" - PLUS "LET'S SCARE JESSICA TO DEATH" PESO DRIVE-IN J720W. VinButtn • 272-5)61 |$ 1.75 PER CARLOAD I "SANTOS VS. 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