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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Sinatra back on own terms By BOB THOMAS LOS ANGELES (AP) After a two-year retirement that he once vowed would be per- manent, entertainer Frank Si- natra says he is returning to show business-strictly on his own terms. He says he will perform "only when I can control the situ- and not before large general audiences. A relaxed, mellow Sinatra ap- peared at the University of Cal- ifornia Los Angles as master of ceremonies at the annual alumni awards. He kidded with Los Angeles' black mayor- elect Tom Bradley. "The new mayor has a spe- cial interest in wiping- out smog: Did you know that five years ago he was white" Sinatra, 57, said in an inter- view that he will no longer face the large, five audiences he en- tertained for 30 years. "I'm not going to put myself in the position of facing big, un- controlled crowds he re- marked. "Too many times I be- came the victim in such situ- ations, and Im not going to let that happen again." Sintara's last singing per- formance before a paid au- dience was on June 13, 1971, when he made his "farewell ap- pearance" at a 50th ani- versary gala at the Los Angeles Music Centre for the film in- dustry's Relief Fund. He sang his valedictory: "The record shows I took the blows and did it my way." SANG AT WHITE HOUSE Earlier this year, he sang at a White House dinner for the visiting Italian premier, and FRANK SINATRA Attraction June !8th 30th Osborne AND THE MAJESTIC! President Nixon urged Sinatra to come out of retirement. The singer later announced he would begin making recordings and star in a fall television spe- cial. Why is he returning? "I kept getting mail from people who wanted to bear me sing he said. "There was something like let- ters and many of them sympa- thized with my desire for privacy. But they suggested that there were ways that I could perform again without sacrificing my private life. "Members of my own organ- ization have been trying to con- vince me to make a return. My family, too. So I decided I would go back to work, but only when I could control the situ- ation. "I'll record, but I can do that before a small group of friends. I'll have an audience for the television show, but that can be controlled, too." Rose Kennedy on Irish TV -DUBLIN (AP) Rose Ken- nedy, the 83-year-old mother of the late President John F. Ken- nedy, will appear in an Irish television documentary of her life. Filming is to begin in July. Girls plead with ginger to stay single MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) "Please Al, don't get married." That was the message from a group of Memphis giro to singer Al Green. Upset over rumors that the singer might be planning a wed- ding, the girls went to Green's office here to present a pe- tition with 206 names asking him to stay single. "He's all we've got left be- sides Flip said Gloria James, 17. Green, 26, reassured his fans. "Don't worry, he said. "I'm not anywhere near getting married As a matter of fact, I don't even have a steady girl-friend." "If he doesn't want his mil- lion-dollar record sales to drop to 500, he'd better listen to our petition and not get said Gloria. BANFF COURSE CLARESHOLM Council has approved a motion by Councillor Le Grandeur that T. P. Buchanan, the secretary- treasurer, attend the annual administrators coursa in Banff June 7 to 9. S. Bruce, the assis- tant secretary treasurer, at- tends the annual convention of the AUMA in Jasper Sept. 25- 28. Appearing TUES., FRI., SAT. Of this week "MARKET PLACE" at the MINERS' 733 13th St. N. Members and Invited Guests Only "The Odd Couple" Country and Western Music Will entertain you at LETHBRIDGE HOTEL JUNE 10th to 16th college cinema NOW SHOWING AT P.M. Extreme may be objectionable to tome people 'HMCeRS Deluxe See the 'Orr Karate and Kung-Fu' Studio demonstration each night at p.m. in front of the theatre in College Mall green acres drive-in Itoyor Mtjrtfh Dr. Couttt HwY, 327-1100 "CARRY ON LOVING" In color SIDNEY JAMES I LAST TIME TONIGHT "HIGH, WILD and FREE" In color TRUE-LIFE ADVENTURE I WEDNESDAY and THURS. j They put their fives on the line and let Stride! YUL BRYNNER IN "ROMANCE OF A HORSE THIEF" ADULT "NAKED TO HELL" COLO? HIT GATES OPEN 9 P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW P.M.. soifrtn mm YOU LIKE BtS CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "WHEN THE LEGENDS color. Starring Ricrard Widmark and Frederic Forrest. Tuesday and Wednes- day, June 12 and 13. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "BLOODY MAMA" In colw. Starring Shelley Winters. Tuesday and Wednesday, June 12 and 13. Tuesday show at p.m. Restricted Adult PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "THEY ONLY KILL THEEB MASTERS" In color. Star- ring James Garner and Katherine Ross. Tuesday, June 12. Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "STAND UP AND BE COUNTED" In color. Starring Stella Stevens and Jacqueline Bisset. Tuesday and Weo% nesday, June 12 and 13. Tuesday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. WE'RE CELEBRATING OUR ANNIVERSARY SALE HONG KONG (AP) The Hong Kong government has pofltponed screening of the Os- car-winning film The Godfather until after completion of a campaign against vio- lent crimes. The film, already passed by the Hong Kong board of cen- sors, was to open here June 28 in seven theatres. A government spokesman said cinema managers and film distributors have been asked to MIREILLE DANSEREAU director relaxes Women and film packs them in TORONTO (CP) Women and Film, a festival of films old and new directed by women, drew full houses at its weekend opening here at the start of a 19-city Canadian tour. Organized by seven young To- ronto women, the project is fi- nanced by several agencies, in- cluding the Ontario Arts Coun- cil, the ministry of conimunity and social services, the Local Initiatives Program and the secretary of state's office. Featured are films ranging in time from The Blue Light, with a romantic plot woven around an old legand, made in 1932 by Leni Riefenstahl who later be- came Hitler's chief propaganda film maker, to La Vie Revee, directed by Mireille Pansereau and en award winner at the 1972 Canadian Film Festival. La Vie Revee, a product of the Association Co-operative des Productions Audio-Visuelles, a Montreal film cooperative, is about two young women who become friends and dream about a shared "ideal man." "It's about the dreams women create for themselves, the dreams men have created for ifchem and the dreams the public has created for said Miss Dansereau. Among other films are How the Hell are You, by Veronika Soul of Montreal, which makes some bitter comments on United States life styles; The Bridal Shower, by Sandy Wilson of Vancouver, which makes comments, sometimes satirical, on the American premarital rit- Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Scorpio" Last Complete Show Adult, Not Suitable for Children PARAMOUNT CINEMA "Play It As It Lays" "Limbo" Last Complete Show Restricted Adult COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Five Fingers of Death" Last Complete Show Adult, Not Suitable for Children GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Carry on Loving" "High Wild and Free" One Complete Show Adult ual; and Joyce at 34, by U.S. film maker Claudia-WeiU, cen- tred on a 34-year-old career woman who decides to have a baby. Also Included Is Germaine Greer vs the U.S.A., a 1970 pro- duction by Brigid Seagrave made while women's libber Greer was on a publicity tour in the U.S. 'The festival runs in Toronto until Sunday and will tour the country until the end of July. CONSTRUCTION PEAK The peak of totem pole Con- struction was from 1860 to 1880, when some poles were erected that stood more than 90 feet in height 18, TW 11THMIBOI MMA10 7 Delay screening of Godfather reduce the showing of films" during the anti-crime campaign, which ends July 14. Largest carrot HOBART, Tasmania ter) Roger Bignell, 16, is claimnig the record for tbe world's largest carrot, a pound 10-ounce specimen grown on his father's farm. It If a inches long. paramount STARTING TOMORROW M SI ft AML Satth. 3274100 "Might juit turn out to emulate the runaway SUCCMS of "Billy Slambang impact. Deeply 2 SHOWS AT AND P.M. He was going to give them A real man wfio became a living legend! CINEBAMA RELEASINB MMuM "WALKING JOE DON BAKER ELIZABETH HARTMAN ROSEMARY MURPHY ENDS TONIGHT: IN COLOR with LANCASTK paramount cinema England expected an affaire. Caroline gave them History STARTS TOMORROW at and p.m. ADULT Tomorrow Enferfalnment freseaa FcnuniioGhupioduction furring Sarah Miles Jon Finch Richard Chamberlain Robert Bolt's IADY CAROLINE IAMB JohnMilis Margaret Leighton Pamela Brown Silvia Monti Ralph'Richardson Laurence Olivier "PLAY IT AS IT 'LIMBO' INCOIOR Featuring Storewide Savings en Brand Name Stereo and Photo Equipment all this week Sale Ends Sat.r June 16th, 6 p.m. ANGLO STEREO PHOTO _ 419 5th STREET S. tETHBRIDOB ;