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iiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiim iiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiuiiiuuiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Lets go to the movies! Cinematic Sentiments By Dr. Allen Hasson iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiM 'Violets are Blue 'Desert Hearts1 - - v " V - - v ' r 11 ! i p i-yM lk W3 Cl 03 S3 Globe-trotting shutterbug Sissy Spacek returns to her hometown of Ocean City, Maryland, drifting into an adulterous relationship with childhood sweetheart Kevin Kline, who runs the town newspaper and is happily married mar-ried to Bonnie Bedelia. This darkly-lit film is impeccably well-acted and gradually involving, as Spacek and Kline tumble, stumble and struggle, tumble, stumble and struggle. strug-gle. The ending is abrupt but fair to the audience's emotions. Directed by Sissy's husband Jack Fisk ("Raggedy Man"). Rated PG-13. 90 minutes. Contains mild situations. Trouble in Mind' M W2 Cl 02 S3 The lives of hardened Seattle ex-cop Kris Kristofferson, philosophical cafe owner Geneveive Bujold ("Choose Me," "Tightrope"), miserable thug Keith Carradine ("Choose Me"), all intertwine in this moody, meandering, off-beat film noir by writer-director Alan Rudolph ("Choose Me"). Female impersonator Divine's characterization of a gangster is com-mically com-mically grotesque. "Trouble" is 90 percent style and 10 percent substance, which makes it a depressing depress-ing non-story, but interesting as an exercise ex-ercise in cinematic technique. Rated R. Ill minutes. Contains sex, nudity, profanity, violence, homosexual homosex-ual characters. 'Crimewave' W2 Cl 03 S2 This comic sendup of film noir, written writ-ten by the amazing Coen brothers (writers-directors of "Blood Simple"), is outrageously campy and inventive, with close attention to detail on comic com-ic stunts, in spite of moments of bad taste and the general overall look of an amateur production. Could become a cult classic.but who's the cult? Rated PG-13. 82 minutes. Contains comic violence, one strong word. Jo Jo Dancer, Your Life is Calling 's W2 Cl 01 S2 Jo Jo Dancer, your life is calling; Kichard lYyor. your fans ore bawling! The CHM-nce of the man Is missing, in ihi grim, uncomplimentary, oft-delayed oft-delayed but suprrbly-ca.sted, well-adrd. well-adrd. sincere autobitigra phieal angnt. An he lay near drain from burns suffered suf-fered in a drug related accident, "Jo Jo's" diwmtxHlird spirit lakrs him thresh his life, from a Midwestern horrhoui6 Childhood, to the pliliitstory, dreary nighl clulm, M-veral msrhagri. sujt trdam, and near II UpM courage for wrilrt producer-ditettor producer-ditettor I'ryar la do this Md, d-jninlrd d-jninlrd f-f rive. but W wxotvh of Huhafd J"Kifg about bit tragic fnislaVrt, vJuftcf moft, Ite'rd It: ti minute. CwftUiftS lihrfal amoutdl of the Fryer Vft atif tM and mUy, pft 'America 3000 Phantom India t'2 04 M Irrsr.V.V.i tVr."Vt--5 tjs ts tf-i-i'. TOWtfhe Escape ..h r ' p ? v''i. tri "j ft m. t - vs f f'i - At a Reno dude ranch, Patricia Charbonneau pursues her romantic interest in-terest in divorcee professor Helen Shaver. Rated R. 93 minutes. Contains lesbianism, les-bianism, strong language. The Toxic Avenger' If you thought "Return of the Living Dead" was funny, you'll love this. An unknown cast stars in the tale of a ridiculed, spastic health-club janitor ' turned into a monster by toxic waste. He gets revenge by.. .but why ruin the surprise? Rated R. 90 minutes. Contains violence, sex, nudity, strong language. 'Legend' Wl Cl 01 S3 This visually stunning, good-vs.-evil, unicorn-centered allegory pits a miscast Tom Cruise ("All the Right Moves"), bland and expressionless, against Lord of Darkenss Tim Curry ("Rooster" in "Annie") in a timeless, mythical forest setting. "Legend" makes the heckler's day, as the minutes fly by like hours in this ghastly, painful, pretentious, incoherent, in-coherent, incomprehensible, dark, stultifying, gold-plated turkey. We haven't had so much fun since "Dune." From the producer of "Brazil" and director of "Aliens." Rated PG. (And "Ladyhawke" got a PG-13? Now we know the MPA uses a dartboard.) 90 minutes. (Or is it hours?) Contains continuous, benumbing benum-bing physical and psychological violence, monsters and countless grotesquities. Not for children. Clan of the Cave Bear W2 Cl 03 S3 Jean Aul's super-best-seller is breathtakingly staged and gorgeously gorgeous-ly photographed in Canada, which makes it worth seeing. But Daryl Hannah Han-nah ("Splash" mermaid) is never the least bit convincing as the Cro- Magnon orphan who risks the death penalty by using a weapon, thereby opposing the law of her adoptive Neanderthal parents. Feminism overcomes the sexist-racist sexist-racist prehistoric Archie Bunkers, grunts and subtitles work fine, and so doe Alan Sylvestri's synthetic score. Mrthinks there will never be a cwivln-ring cwivln-ring caveman movie, although "Quest for Fire" came close, end most of its laughs were intentional, Rated It. 88 minutes, Contain wx. Neanderthal style; brief nudity; and a bear tht a bear!l briefly tbow hng can it lake?) decapitating a human, Hey there, Yogi Bear it's wj a oi m Vr-ei tati tattfm fa4 in Jci;-M Fat fc. d H HtA U t pyr.i?m--nl. Iii t H-'f ! Chf'v !..;;. bim, tf-y t' -tit yzt4Mi .-r-n f arVed rH--n !flfffff Yffi fan. Wf4ti Insignificance mo m u tt -.n It ft y m e i if t -t"i f.."-n ff T?ttj i'i-Tnt i "r f'i M fi' rl ''I t'i? ";sj i 't f " & r f-rt i W,,e4 fjr-.-.'J , Jtl - If r. tS 'r "4 rf-'4-s ft tr--i '! ' f-t- NEW OFFICERS for Gamma Beta include: Lesha Hacking, vice president; Cleo Mortensen, corresponding secretary; Lisa Reynolds, extension officer; Cris Kenczka, recording secretary; and Paula Frost, president. Missing from pictureJs Fran Harding, Har-ding, treasurer. Beta Gamma Gamma Beta, a chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, held their first meeting of the month on Monday May 5, 1986 at 7:30 at the home of Barbara Johnson. There were 9 members present. The installation of the new officers for the upcoming year was held. The president for the new year is Paula Frost, vice president is Lesha Hacking, Hack-ing, treasurer is Fran Harding, recording recor-ding secretary is Cristal Kenczka, corresponding cor-responding secretary is Cleo Morten-son Morten-son and the extension officer is Lisa Reynolds. A social for the month of May was discussed and will take place May 17 at the home of Paula Frost. A barbe-que barbe-que is being planned at which the husbands will be the chefs. The program was given by Barbara Johnson and Paula Frost entitled "Career & Life Planning". They discussed making better use of the time that you have and spending it wisely with your family, as well as at your profession. Refreshments were served, and the door prize was won by Mary Fritz. The next meeting will be at the home of Paula Frost on May 19th. Naples Ada Openshaw Phone 789-3145 Dinnpr party to honor birthday Mrs. Norman Haslem entertained the members of their family at a dinner din-ner Saturday evening honoring her son Brad on his l"ilh birthday. Those attending were Mike and Connie Con-nie Haslem and girls. Ken and Caryl Ann Seastrand and sm of Frovo. Dave and Karen Cook of Orem, A!,m and Snarl ("aider and children, and Glenn and Ada Ojwnshaw. Lee and Marilyn Uroadlwit and sons came from Holden to spvml the weekend of April 25 w ith her parents. Glen and Toni Keynnlds. Hay and Murial Nash went to Lk-nvcr this past wm kend to be i:h their granddaughter fur her b.),'.;- m ami confirmation Tbrv wi re jjmMj, ,( the ILiy and m Nash home thrre, lunu tm4Hi in rttiivitififc frum eye mirry he uivV nmt in S!t l'w City q tc ks ii0 Iti i t it,g CfltH for by hi djiifchti-r and mi in l,i , lnny and Joy K lUn a.nl lUrnda uUm tw d,i)S in Sail lKf City aod Ffqo rwtiuly, lbT and h I tjr lind urait" fjMtn t Hrm t" j fvd !!" n triuj U jt; ith Ifcrir f-afrr,!.. Kii and .r,u liPi and iK-jf cfr. .! rp.tut. VfA'Yip Ur4 T!.ry t't i!pn-H ihi bf!j.!ivm and t.i,,f ir-atifi! 4 t'ate i5rf, Ut4 5' t,',rt.fi and Mi tjm-J.ai ,Var(j1j'. C V: . Ui rir-,d ! t-f S I'.l-Vf Ftsn tTV4 n.'-im id J.f,a-,-v-;'.; Off t"',;J '. SV-h U'4 tV4 t a fc'T fi r if I lat t?a?('P tT.ry !'. t-d h'--trr V r ' te;;; t ff4 s-( a-i. ".rd tr f'f'.f -let I'tT.r.f JicTn s !..-? ".;. fT..J Sa3 iUv-''f ar,1 '-t i?f r- V-I ! : ;.s".- g f I'-.j? I y- f-a! an tf t.il1 c.'is. Hq 5 g it rj t- '4 F:?fT."J J -, v f - I 5 f.i e ri lutil fr1-' F1--6 !.lt Ki 1-1 - ! Ir K f, c f. J " r r-,i t , 5i- f- " ft- f it i i. ; ; I .'- -f rlf i ;, If-.'. -'. ' - p 1 s : - J, i- i '' ft -1: "-3 :1 : it Preceptor Pi Members of Preceptor Pi Chapter met on May 6 at the home of Juanita Oden president, who presided. The Opening Ritual was repeated. During the business session the best program of the year, "The Training of Seeing Eye Dogs" was chosen. Gerri Voyles organized the program. Evelyn Herbst was given the honor of being "Girl of the Year"; this was announced announc-ed at Founder's Day. Following the business session the members participated in the installation installa-tion of offices and the Ritual of Jewels for Kay Thunehorst, honorary member of Preceptor Pi. The closing Ritual was repeated then all joined hands for the Mizpah. Dessert was served by the hostess. The door prize was won by Helen Bennett. Ben-nett. The "End of the Year party" will be on May 21 at the home of Jean Riddle. Tough Times Seminar on 17th A Tough Times seminar will take place Friday, May 16 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, May 17 at 9 a.m. at the First Baptist Church in Vernal. The seminar will address pressures on family relations, legal matters, finances, aid available and preparing job applications. The public is invited to attend and there is no charge for the seminar. For more information call 789 1347. La lm -a 1 f! CSyf and Save FI TZW with a Wed.Fri. Combo M v Thot's ni9hH m i!fi A fw PY4- j Wj Frl. or frJVWed d.t;i of ih Vim.1 r l kpitt tCiH only boul 13 mot; f.U h J u Uam ii y S 24 o4 Cpru Wed'nMd'oy only $30 III1 j; ', Y fc7 McdEpfenWedFfS. $42,40 j : y That's Twice for about 13 more. jj y So double your punch with a Combo Wed.Fri, ad tj (I in the Vernal Express Lf For iucccu m odvcriijlng v li'i lbs Yi-m! Ejfnit v Yj Call 789.3511 VNi HALL OF FAME cowbow Earl Bascom, formerly of Vernal, spends much of his time carving on cowboy art in his studio in Victor-ville, Victor-ville, Calif. Vernal cowboy in Utah Hall of Fame The Utah Old Time Athlete Association Associa-tion recognized a tough old sport and a tough old athlete when they inducted Vernal-born rodeo cowboy Earl W. Bascom into the Utah Sports Hall of Fame. At recent ceremonies, Earl Bascom became the first rodeo champion ever honored at the Hall of Fame, placing his name next to such great state-raised state-raised athletes as Jack Dempsey and Merlin Olsen. Bascom rodeoed professionally profes-sionally in four rodeo events over a period of 22 years from 1918 to 1940, winning third place in the Championship Champion-ship of the World and setting a world record time. In an acceptance speech, the 80-year-old cowboy recalled rodeo as HOW TO PLANT Has the weather knocked the socks off your lawn? 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