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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU HOTEL The Lethbrutge Herald FREE EXTERIOR CAR WASH WITH ANY PURCHASE OF 3 OR MORE GALLONS OF GAS SUPERSONIC CAR WASH LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, FE3RUARY 5 TO FEBRUARY 11, 1972 FRIDAY, FE3HIMPY A, 1972 Twiggy New Twiggy seen in The Boy Friend "At my feet were a pack fxill of medicines, and a cartridge box, together they were too heavy to carry. I chose the cartridge box, leaving behind the medicine pack.1' This was Che Guevara's own private myth of how he finally transformed himself from a doctor Ib a guerrilla Fighter. Ernesto Che Guevrra was a revolutionary. Around his life and death has been woven an aura of romantic F( guerrilla fighters throughout world, Guevara i.5 a symbol ol their passion for reshaping the established order. The CTV Television Network on Sunday. February G at p.m. presents an oulstard-irg documentary, In Search Of The Real Che Guevara, a ninety minute special that prcbes be- yond the surface romarCicism of Gueuvara to reveal the forces that motivated and shaped his character. The program traces Gue- vara's career from his cliild- liood in Argentina, through hi HOLLYWOOD (iVEA) "The Friend" is a split- level film, as far as Twiggy is concerned. It is, on the Mirfact1, a part she vvnrlcd to pby and a movie she wiinlrd to mnke. Ent, after you've been talking to her for awhile, VOLT realize there i.s more In il thiin Dial. "The Boy Friend" spells vindi- cation to her. Twiggy and lic-r long-lime as- sociate and frierd (and, per- haps, Justin do Vil- lenouve. wnnled to show the public that, is a person. ''We wore fed up wiLli the public's impression of says Twiggy, or Twigs, -as .fustin calls her. "They M'.ink I'm a Justin says, "and that Twig is a mindless creature I made and con (roll M. There's more to Twigs than that." There indeed. She's a bright, cheerful, articulate girl with a hvriklc in her eye and more flesh on her banes rumors would have it. And she waints to A couple of yoairs ago, she saw '-The Boy Frirriri" as a stage revival in London. "It knock rxl me she says. From the moiriLMit Lho cvirtain fell, she wnnfcri (o that part in the film, version. Justin wont along and, together, they set about to her dream. They gut hold of director Ken Russet I they'd known him long before he hit it big with "Women in Love'' and put the package together. They own a healthy percentage of the finished filnx "When this picture is out for Twiggy says, "maybe they'll stop asking me what I have for breakfast, what my nie.TBiircmcnLs are and all that sort of thing. And maybe they'll stop making jokes about me, many of uhied are rude and insulting." In England, Justin says, all Hie jakes and embarrassing have made them bur- row into their shell. They give no ,it he me. Twiggy makes 110 TV p.ppcnrn'-CL'S. They ore "privalc persons Three years ago. Twiggy Rave up all her modeling, her line of r.r.il makeup. It was a formidable financial sac- rifice, made simply so they could gel. out of the public eye. marie about SI20.000 a year off her clothes." Justin says, "and anolhcr off Hie make-up. It could have gone o-n Tor another few years." New Boy Friend" iis out and, as fur as Twiggy person- ally is concerned, it's a bit Her reviews have been fantastic. has made the transition from whatever-she-was to movie star. CHE GUEVARA medical training to his first con lac I wilh radical politics From his k'srnriary g-uc-mlla fighting alongside Fidel Ciislro. Uic program watches as he begins I.hc dipicmatic court- ship with world Communist leaders following the Cuban Re- volution to his eventual dealli in the Bolivian jungles. MIKE EVANS, who plays Lionel on television's All in the Family, savs he may leave the program if doesn't get a bigger share'of (he loot from what illicit, be (he biggest luL in TV history. 'Lionel9 not quite All in the Family By DICK KLEINER. HOLLYWOOD (NEA) All hi the Family is a huge success some say it is the biggest hit in TV history and everybody connected with it is getting rich. Well, almost everybody. Mike Evars isn't getting rich. Mike is the likable ycung black actor win plays Lir.nel on Hie scries. "His part as big as the others but he certainly makes a notable csniribulion. And a liltlc nettled, uiidcr- slrndably. because ho doesn't gelling Ijj.s fcir sharp of (he loot. "I'm in ;u'lmg for cnly I wo roasors." Mike says. "Or.ii i? to satisfy my civalive urge. a goixl, cum fort able life, nncl acting is a way of petting it. If they don't meet my de- mands I'll just move on to something else." He's an adaptable young man, and his past career is proof of thai adapt ability. In fact, liLs whale life is one long advenhire of adaptability. He WHS born in North Caro- lina, the son of a and he lias Negro. Indian and Scotc'v Irish bleed in veins. He moved to California whon he was three. His only of Xorlh Cr.rolina are a harse and jhickens." childliood mostly because hu M-as a fat kid At he wns 3 feet 1 and M-eiglied 1KO Finally, he was sent to a boarding school and he sli-ajglilencd our. In a few he lost 40 pounds, grew five inches and "goi He went to Los GINETTE RENO SPECIAL Ins. W. Bramwell Smith) and tertainer GmeHe Reno in Friday, Feb. 11, at- The Royal Canadian Mounted Police Band (conductor fhe Bob dancers join French-Canadian singer-en- Ginelte Reno Special, an hour-long musical extravaganza (in color) on Channel 7, and eventually sampled di-amn- tics. He went what he calls his "hippie period." He lived on Hollywood Boulevard, sold the Free Press, and fi- nanced lilmself during thus pe- riod by a clever scheme of manufacturing art objects. One day ho was hitch-hiking and was picked up by a part- time npcr.t. The man liked him and thcug'it ho had aciing po- tential. He pot him some rcrd- ings i: :dui? All in the Family and his career was launched. He likes acting now. and he likes the show, liut he s-ays lu-'s nothing like Lionel, the charac- ter lie plays. I'm a Evans EUVS. '-If I'm hurt. I'll slnkc back. But Lionel keeps turning the oUier lie says he's known his share of bigots like Archie Bunker and lie includes liis own father in that list. He says his was a Wack bigot. His father died about a year befure Mike got on All in" the Family. Mike thinks he have enjoyed the show. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) ;