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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETHBRIDGt HERAID Friday, July 28, 1972 7 owe my parents nothing' says superstar By JOHN COTTER NEW YORK AP) Jusl who is this guy Mick Jagger? Well, he's an Englishman who sings and has been called al- most every bad name aiid every good one there is. Says Bill Graham, the pro- moter and innovative stepfather of rock: "Mick's the greatest performer alive today." Says Jagger's mother, In her house in London's middle-class suburb, Dartford, Kent: "It in- furiates me to know some peo- ple regard him as a moron, He's a very intelligent sensitive boy. Sometimes I wish he were just an ordinary boy again. The fame isn't worth the worry." At 23, Michael Phillip Jagger is the most famous member of the most famous rock 'n1 roll band in the Rolling Stones. GROSS S3 MILLION Jagger and the other four Stones complete on Wednesday an eight-week tour of North America that has attracted more than people and will give them a gross profit of nearly million. Jagger grew up in suburban London, son of a physical edu- cation lecturer at a teachers' training college. "Mike" to Us Australian-born mother, he was a cherub-faced soprano in the local choir, a run-of-the-mill grammar school a bit more of the devil than his mates. Underneath brewed a genera- tion's rebellion. Parents were one target. "I owe my parents Jagger once said in an inter- view. "They're my parents and that's that. I like them and still do hut there are no dues to be paid by me to them. I was never part of home life. I knew I'd break away when I did." ATTACKS SYSTEM The "system" was another target, and Jagger still speaks bitterly in four-letter words anl sexual imagery about England Some rock critics say Jagger and governments and people with small dreams. Yet, he can be a very articulate and percep- tive man, delivering candid views on Britain's policy toward South Africa and Ireland and American politics. One day in the 1960s, Jagger quit the London School of Eco- nomics to follow another muse, rock music. Jagger and his childhood friend, guitarist Keith Richard, set out to form the Stones. It was a tough grind. Rock is ex- tremely hard work. Then 1963 and a song called Come On. The Stones became what is known as a "dynamite" band and Jagger was the powder. He and the Stones came on hard and tough. The door to Buckingham Palace opened for Beatles Paul, John, Ringo and George. For the Stones, they doubled the guard. BECOMES SHOWMAN Jagger became the snarling, strutting, snaking showman; the money flowed and the gaudy headlines followed. First it was dope: In 1967 Jag- ger drew three months for pos- session of pep pills. The sen- tence later was quashed. Then it was a stormy ro- mance: Singer Marianne Faith- ful divorced her art dealer hus- band on grounds of adultery with the pop star. In 1968, Jag- ger told the world that he anc Miss Faithful were expecting a child and had no intention of getting married. The child was lost by miscarriage. Then more dope: a fine for possession of marijuana. His liaison with Miss Faithfu ended in Australia, where he starred in the second of his two films, Ned Kelly. Jagger has since married Bianca Perez Morena de Ma- cras, 26, the daughter of a Ni- caraguan diplomat. They settled in the south of France. There is a daughter, Jade. plead Researchers pot is medicine By LETT ERICKSON SAN FRANCISCO (AP) An accidental discovery during re- search into the effects of smok- ing marijuana suggests that pot may be effective in treating glaucoma, a major cause of blindness, researchers say. The ultimate problem will be to develop a non-intoxicating di rivative for use as regular med- ication in treating glaucoma, an eye disease characterized by ex- cessive fluid pressure in the eyeball, says Dr. Ira Frank, an assistant professor of psychia- try at the University of Califor- nia at Los Angeles. "We can't have people walk- ing the streets high because of their glaucoma ex- plained Dr. Stephen Szara, a collaborator with Frank. Dr. Szara, a National Institute of Mental Health researcher, addressed the International C o ng r e s s of Pharmacology Wednesday. Marijuana's effect In reducing pressure levels within the eye was discovered last November Wafflers compared to Communists SASKATOON (CP) A found- ing father of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation says the Waffle faction could destroy the New Democratic Party if allowed to continue as a sep- arate entity within the party structure. M. J. Coldwell, who retired as leader of the CCF party be- fore it became the NDP, said here the Waffle group's insis- tence on a separate organiza- tion "make these people as sub- versive as some members of the old Communist party were in trying to infiltrate the early CCF." He said in an interview the Waffle membership's key to success was to attempt to in- fluence party policy from with- in. But no political party could possibly tolerate a separate or- ganzation in its midst. The issue was a case of mak- ing a mountain of a molehill, Mr. Coldwell said. "As soon as the CCF had any controversy, tho newspapers used to say we were commit- ting suicide. It's the same now." The 8.1 year old retired lender said Hie main Issue in the nest federal election would be unemployment. "We must find ways to give people decent jobs nnd decent living wages. If we can't do lli.il, we need a national minimum wage income scheme." during a UCLA study on how marijuana smoking affected driving ability. GET VOLUNTEERS Advertisements in the Daily Bruin, UCLA campus news- paper, attracted a flood of vol- unteers for the pot smoking tests, Dr. Frank said. The study was carried out with 30 healthy subjects, aged 21 to 29. Dr. Frank said the test results demonstrated that marijuana smoking did not affect visual clearness, color and depth per- ception, or peripheral vision. During the intensive eye ef- fects testing, a UCLA opthamol- ogist, Dr. Robert S. Hepler, de- termined that marijuana signifi- cantly reduced ternal The normal pressure ranges from 10 to 20 millimetres of mercury. In the test groups, the aveage pressure after mari- juana smoking dropped to 9.2 from 14.3. Hepler followed up with a marijuana test on a patient with severe glaucoma and a peak pressure level of 56. The 42-year-old woman puffed her marijuana after standard eye drop drugs had lowered the pressure level to 29. An hour later the pressure reading was 17. "Preliminary evidence from one glaucoma patient suggests that pathologically increased in- traocular pressures can be re- duced to normal levels for a few hours by the administration of Dr. Szara said in a paper on the project. Sinatra incident probed MONTE CARLO (AP) Frank Sinatra has been accused of gralibing the camera of a 22- ycor-old American student and thro.ving it into the sea. Tne Monaco general court opened an investigation Wednes- day after the complaint was irought against Sinatra by John Khali. Tho court nlso received nn- othcr complaint against "per- sons unknown" from Rosclla Bacardi, wile of tho Cuban mm millionaire. She said she suf- fered n slightly injured leg when a table was ovcrlumed during the alleged incident nt n night club last Friday night. Sinatra left Monte Carlo dur- ing the: weekend find was lasl scon nt I ho Kronen Atlantic re- sort of Biarritz. has matured. Others argue he is afraid to probe deep, realizing the beast he plays to could sud- denly turn on him. Picnic Aug. 13 NOBLEFOHD (Special) The annual Manitoulin Island Picnic is scheduled for Kcho Park Sunday, Aug. 13, at 1 p.m. A golf tournament Is set for Keho Park Golf course with tee-oft time at 9 a.m. Tltis is (lie annual get-to-gclher er for early settlers who came from the Manitoulin Island sit- uated in Georgian Bay, Ont. Many descendents also at'.cnd. Dame Margot wins rave reviews TORONTO (CP) Dame Margot Fonteyn won roves from a Toronto critic this week but the Vienna State Opera Ballet with which she appeared at the O'Keefc Centre did not. "Dame Margot, at 53, is post proving teclmical agility to any- wrote John Fraser in The Globe and Mail. She performed in Romeo and Juliet. "Somehow she managed to capture Uio nervous ecstasy and excitement that Is the essence of any Juliet and couple it with her and short, Dame Margot embodies the very essence of ballet. "Tho Vienna State Opera Bal- let... is not a company of the first rank, or anywhere near it, own marvellous serenity quiet elegance. In a-'.d to be fair, no one has ever claimed it is. "It is an adjunct to an opera company and this In itself must be a difficult handicap In re- cruiting top dancers It is perfectly obvious that the Vi- enna State would not be with us only a year after its last ap- pearance it it did not have Dame Margot in low." MAP PKKING 6TW TOKYO (Reutcr) Japanese Prime Minister Kakuci Tanaka and Foreign Minister Masayoshl 01 lira will visit China before mid-Ocolber, high sources in tho Liberal-Democratic party said here. Chinese Premcir Chou En-lal already has issued an In- vitation to Tanaka as the first step to eventual establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries. SIMPSONS-SEARS WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. LOOK WHAT 9' WILL BUY TEA, COFFEE OR 15c BEVERAGE. In our Coffee Shop............. COPPER WIRE. 14-2 wilh ground. Reg. lie ft. 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