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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 THI LITHMWW MMAIB AH W, Kings Without Kingdoms Prepare Comeback In Spain By FENTOS WHEELER MAD3ID (AP) The lime has c-ane again in Spain to talk of kings-and also of ex-loDgE, pretenders and former dents irtio in silent but com- fortabJe exile on tbe fterua peninsula. Royalty is preparing come- back' a Sptin in the person of Prince Juan Carlos de Borbon, 3? and while the hen- to Gen. Frencisco Franco awaits toe day when he vffl be the coun- try's first monarch in more than three decades, five other men who once knew watch quietly, but calty, from tbe sideBnes. A siith, Juan rafter, Don Juan de Borbon berg, Count at Barcelona and long-time pretender to the Span- ish throne, has seen bis dreams evaporate in tbe glare J son's future. of his Now 56, Don Juan fives m splendor in Esteil and Cascais outside Lisbon, waiting the day his son win take seat he himself sought for so long. A seventh, the Duke of Bra- ganza, pretender to the throne of Portugal, never came doser than living in Lisbon, the capi tal be hoped to rule. NONE LACKS LUXURY The other five: King Simeon II ft Bulgaria, living in Madrid. King Umbftfl II Savoia of Italy, living near Lis- bon. -Former president Juan Do- mingo Peroo of Argentina, liv- ing in Madrid. -Former president Marcos when a Communist plebiscite ended the monarchy. He came to Spain in 1931 when be was 14. Umberti H of Italy went to Portugal in after tbe fall of the monarchy in Rome. Ura- berto gives the impression of a pensive, tooth, man despite an active life on the cocktail circuit where the imitations always refer to him as His Majesty and wxueo kneel introduced. He is to spend long hours in bis horary. Pvrou, the former Argentine dictator, has been in exile nearly IS years since his over vow in 1955. The most impressive thing about Peron in 1970 is that he may finally have given up poli- tics. At 73, time and the Spanish have stripped him if mai.poLitical dramatics. Alia- he made an abortive bid to return to Argentina in 1964, he Franco government told Peron be could stay in Spain or be a poHticiafi, but not both. Peron agreed to quit political a luxurious but introverted lite in Spain and Portugal. He is sel- dom seen at social functions and bodyguards accompany him almost everywhere. At 8, he is heavier, hie face lined, but he is stiD energetic. There fe no accurate estimate of the mifiont Batista took with him when he left Cuba, hut his Madrid mansion and hie sUff of servants and chauffeurs m Por- tugal Jttest to the fact that was plenty. Holly wood- Hoopla Fast Disappwiring Razzmatazz Going Down Drain By GENE H.ANDSAKER I Even HOLLYWOOD (AP) Kim stuoU _-_.j elaborately contrived Tvovak once wore a diamond in her navel. A worldwide contest picked a Deris Day look-alike. Decorated trains carried merry crowds of stare and guests to premieres across the United States. But such happy Hollywood hoopla is disappearing. The m- Glider meets staged simultane- ously in three cities to plug an Abbott and Costello (lying movie broke up when H was an- nounced the Japanese had just bombed Pearl Hartor. Fifty parrots were taught to say "Come up and see me some Election Regarded As Only Semi-Final activity. Still, it is difficult 10 tell Perez Jimenez of living in Madrid. -Former president Fulgencio Batista of Cuba, living -in Mad- rid and Estoril, Portugal. None of the seven really lives like royalty. But none surfers for the want of the better things whether the Spanish govern- ment is watching or protecting him. Outside his villa sits a jeep with four armed Spanish police- men and, less noticeable, parked nearby is an automobile with plainclothes policemen. LIVE QUIET LIFE One of the most outgoing of the former leaders is Perez Ji- menez, 55, who welcomes vis- itors and talks at length. The bald, politician lives with his wife, four daugn- Venezuela tcrs and grandchildren in >enezueia. apartment on Madrid's fashionable Ruben Dario OTTAWA (CP) Within tbe federal government, today's Quebec-election is regarded at most as only the semi-final in tbe separatist play-offs. That is, there have to be another confrontation will have a difficult term and the federalist forces before and the separatist issue of that the neparalist showdown will come at the next election, which might not be more than a year or two away. Informants say this is one retsoo Prime Minister Trudeau mupMi o IMC ile-dazrie stunts that once made this the colorful capital of cock- eyed promotion have vanished. In the good oU days, pi- cceering promoter registered at New Yorh's HoW Astor as "T. smuggled a Bon into bis suite and ordered 1M pounds of raw meat dairy from room sen-- ice. Soon wrd got out that the beast was featured in m carry Tarzan picture. Most razzmatazz now has gone down the drain. Statistics show that some behied- the-catr.era movie and televi- sion workers are jobless. One studio and roost of another are up for sale. Budgets are tight. Scber-sided young business types are in charge. Publicity staffs have been drastically cut. 'The whole town has become tbe title of a Mae West m theatre lobbies. Then title was changed to She Done Him Wrong. Promotion today is compara- vely spasmodic. A oltaagett-paintiixt coated to plug The Love Bug was followed more recently by a contest tor staUoo-wagon owners to Paint Your Wagon. On behalf of the latter pic- ture, two covered wagons raced between Cinuioati and Dayton and for the Florida I stagecoach carried tkc film from airline to theatre. Stars make grueHnig person- a! appearance tours, directors address college students and screenings benefit charities. Vaney of the Dolk prev- iewed on a cruise dip; The Ad- venturcis premiered en a sev- en mile high tomtrj Boeing jet. SPORTING GOODS DEPT, 3rd AVMMM S. Phoitt M7-S747 Quebec independence or other- wise is settled, at least for a while.- Goverranenl informants say the current Quebec election ampaign has clarified tbe issue >ot that, in the opinion of the abinet and national Liberal ederatkm, the deciding battle is still a few years away. These sources predict that the new Quebec administration, no matter what its political stripe, Square. The former president has Of the ex-ruling colony, only Simeon, 33, still seems young 3tA ambitious enough to' have any %f pieteutiuu of a fu- ture rote in government. "I'd love to take tbe ambassa- dorship in the United be tells visitors, recalling that a .similar statement once made tbe Bulgarian embassy in Wash- ington "bopping mad" and ted Communist officials to accuse .bun of "provocation." Simeon was forced with hs mother, Queen Givaroa, the sis- ter of King Umberto of [a leave Bulgaria Sept. 18, IMS oeen in Madrid since August, 968, when be was rom a five-year jail term in Caracas and ordered out of the country. Perez Jimenez says be will return to Venezuela only if the present situation in the country changes. In between books, he gives hi Maserati sports car a workout For the most part, however, he and his wife five a qiriet life. forced from Cuba 1 years ago by Fidel Castro, lives is playing it cool during tbe cur- rent flap about the separatist movement. SUGGEST MEASURES There have been suggestions on how Mr. Trudeau might launch a counter-attack on the separatists if they make a big showing today. One snap fed- eral quickly dis- missed. Another for a Quebec referen- Ex-Party Chief To End Exile VIENNA (Reuters) -Matyas Kakcei, former Hungarian Com munist party chief whose toug! government led to the 1966 up- rising, will be allowed to return home after 14 years of exile in the Soviet Union, the Yugoslav news agency Tan jug reports. Rakosi, now 78 and ailing, must refrain from political activity, the agency said. a little dismal; the Barnurr. and Bailey's out of a longtime picture-plugger broods, "m the shrinking movie market, the new breed of cat the no non- sense not prone to these things." I'ROMOTIOX FEEBLE A producers' association offi cial says: "The biggest part of the audience today is ycung aa they're a lot more sophisticate than they were 30 or 40 years ago. They're not affected LUGGAGE ALL LUGGAGE GREATLY REDUCED Music Helps Mothers Produce More Milk However, this proposal, like the others, was set asidp, at least for the time being. Mr. Trudeau still plans to leave May 10 on a six-country, three-week Asian tour. His aides have already an- nounced that Mr. Trudeau is un- likely to have any' comment tonight on the Quebec election results. dum orTindependence was also j'stunts that might have aroused given short shrift. 1 interest then A third and intriguing pro- posal was that all Liberal MPs from Q'Kbec resign their seals so that a little general election could be coLdiiclal strictly on the issue of federalism. TOKYO (AP) The right kinds of musk boosted the pro- duction of mothers' milk by 50 to 150 per cent in a recent test, says Dr. Ikuya Oka, deputy chief of the Red Cross Matern- ity Hospital here. Of 120 women for whom recorded music was played, only five failed to re- sponid, he said. MEWS AND IAMB' UJGGAGE FIGHT BAGS SPOUTS BAGS TOTE tAGS SHOE BAGS, ttc EXAMPLES: MEN'S CARSON COMPANION CASE. J7.50. Sp.ool.............. CMW KOfWWY LUGGAGE..... lea. to Spwtal........... CARSON RIGHT iAGS. 22.50. SpKial.............. UNION ATTACH! CASES. I1.9S. LAWK' HEAVY DUTY VINYL Ton SAGS. ttg. 12.95. Spnkil 18.50 .9.95 15.95 6.95 7.50 SPORTING GOODS DEFT. 606-608 3rd S..- Phone 317-5767 Hallinswarth' Razor Death Suspect Remanded CALGARY (CP) Elmer Fuhrer, M, of Trocnu, AKa., was remanded to Stay M when be appeared in magistrate's court Jfavtay charged with non-capital murder. He was arrested moments af- ter Robert Henry Routledge, 55, of Edmonton attacked wift a straight razor outade his hotel room Saturday morn- ing and his throat cut. Mr. RoutJedge, a Univeraty of Afcerta pbyskat. education professor, .was in the city to attend a conference. Police said they ted este- bttsbed no motive for the slay- DOOR OPENING SPECIALS SWEATERS BLOUSES 2.99 HOWNSWORTH'S FAHATSTK VALUES and SAVINGS Of 25% TO 50% STARTS TOMOWQW AT AJt Jumper Falls Feet To Death RAVENNA, Ohio (CP-AP) Edith Wagner, of Kitchener, Ont., teTJ to her death when she attempted her 68th parachute jump here. Ste Jefl near GarrettsviDe in Por- tage County when her parachute did not open. Miss Wagner was the first of tour persons jumping from the plane. The coroner said'iBsB Wag- ner suffered a fractured skull, crushed chest other frac- tures in tbe faTJ. Portage county officials were trying to deter- mine why the woman's reserve parachute did mt open. Five American Aircraft Lost SAIGON (AP) -The U.S. command announced today the fees of five moie aircraft in which 15 Americans died and six were wounded, and an acci- dental bombing by U.S. planes that killed 10 Vietnamese mili- tiamen and wounded 20 others. These losses raised to the number of planes and heli- copters the U.S. command has reported lost since Jan. 1, 1961, The accidental bombing oc- curred Monday afternoon along the coaslal lowlands 77 miles mutheasl of Da Nang. 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