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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wodnoidoy, March IS. W2-THE LETHBRIDGB HERAtB-7 LONG HAJR Would seem to be the preference of the musician above, but actually when it comes to music he's all pop. It's Ian Anderson of the lop British group, Jethro full, having o bit cf a problem with the wind in his locks at a Frankfurt, West Germany, performance. Meanwhile, far awoy in St. Louis, Mo., long-haired Elizabeth Gordon does' play long hair, with the St. Louis Symphony Youlh Orchestra and in comfort, minus her shoes. Snow and rock slide cleared REVELSTOKE, B.C. (CP) Highways cleared -T snow and rock slide Tuesday which had blocked the Trans Canada Highway near the Bri- tish Columbia Aibsrta border for more than six hours. Canada's experience aid to linguistic problems BOSTON (CP) Canadian Ambassador Marcel Cadieux said today Canada's experience in trying to work out a harmoni- ous relationship between the two largo linguistically dislinct groups "has relevance for other CFCN-TV's NEW SEASON" THE 1967 ACADEMY AWARD WINNER who's coming to WEDNESDAY NIGHT MOVIE TONIGHT 8'30 countries where the populalion is not entirely homogenous." "I do not wish to be presump- he added, but the Cana- dian experience could also have relevance "for [he conduct of 'ricndly relations among slates." Addressing the Fletcher School of Diplomacy at Harvard University, part of a three-day ipeaking tour of the Boston area, he said that in addition to Ihe many and familiar problems of modern society, Canada also was "struggling with the work- ing out of a viable and penu- mcly acceptable relations h i p between two major groups." What was sought was an equality of status, opportunity and influence for French- and English-speaking Canadians. However, "some want solu- for examnle they are clearly in the minority. "I do not doubt their sincerity but I question their judgment." Devoting much of his talk lo an explanation of the workings of Canada's foreign service, be noted Canada is a small country and "although we are better off (ban most other countries wlien it comes (o the matter of oower, ive are definitely not in the big leagues. "We are, however, entering into a period where the nost-war centres arc shifting. The pre- eminence of the two nuclear su- perpowers will likely remain without serious challenge in tho strategic area for this decade at least, but there are new and vital power centres developing in the Far China and Japan. South Asia is really no one's 'sphere of influence.1 GOOD LOOKING CFCN TELEVISION NEW YORK fAP) Johnnie lay is back in New York trying o catch his star again. "I've come says Ray. They can say what they want bout this town, but let's face it. t's the show business capital of he world. If you want accept- ance it's got to happen here." Twenty years ago, Hay (ore Vew York apart with such bits s Cry and Little White Cloud, le became Mr. Emotion. But >is career has had its ups and lowns since then and he last ap- here in 1965. Tonight he completes the first week of a month's stand at the lainbow Grill. He still sings the old songs, but he has added some by younger composers. Ray doesn't like to describe It as a comeback but he accepts he word. Almanacs list Ray's age at 45 Hit he isn't saying. Show Times PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Wing of the Eagle" Last Complete Show Thursday, March 16 Matinee "French Connection" PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Billy Jack" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "Today We Kill" "Soul to Soul" Last Complete Show PHOTOGRAPHERS PORTRAIT WEDDING COMMERCIAL SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 710 3rd Ave. S. A. E. 328-0111 PHONES 328-0222 Johnnie Ray tries to grab star again LONDON (CP) Three gen erations of a famous acting amily, the youngest of whom rtas established a career In Can- ada, will be taking part in their own show in Aoril 9. Dame Sybil Thorndike, her son John Casson and grand- daughter Jane merly with the Stratford, Ont., Shakespeare Festival Company to join forces for evening of poeiry and prose at a North London thealre. Dame Sybil, the grand old lady of Ihe Brilisli stage, now is 89. Her 61-year-old marriage to actor-producer Sir Lewis Cas- son, which ended with his death in ]969, was a famous theatrical partnership. Jane Casson, 32, has lived in Canada for six years, five o! them as a member of the Strut ford company. She started in a walk-on part and ended her en gagemenl last year as Beatrice in Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing. Extends Recognition BERN (Reuler) The Swiss government decided Monday to recognize spokes- man announced. Switzcrlanc represented the interests ol India and Pakistan in each otli cr's countries after they broke relations during the war on Ihe Indian subcontinent last Decem her. the Centre of Things N Mar. 15 t Fri., Mnr. 17 VIMY LOUNGE 'THE CH1MOS' Sat., Mar. 18 VIMY LOUNGE 'Variety Men' BEAVER ROOM 'MOONGLOWS' Sat., Mar. 18 BEAVER ROOM 'MOONGLOWS' Royal Canadian Legion s GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS 1st AVENUE AND 9th ST. S. V An Adventure for Ihe Whole Family! A RAINBOW ADVENTUHC FILM Produced by CHUCK KFEM 1 AUEfihCAK E'.TifiP STARTS FRI. FIVE DAYS ONIY COLLEGE MALL Weekcfoyi: Sat S. San.: AdulU Evening 3.00 Children 12 and under 75c Miss Casson also lias played i regional theatres in Char- iltetomi, Vancouver, Edmon- on and Calgary. She plans to eiiirn to Canada April 12 and er first acting engagement is kcly to be May 1 at the Guelph, Ont., spring festival. Mafia book becomes film By NORMAN GOLDSTEIN' NEW YORK (AP) Now the book The Godfather is a movie. And a game and a book about the making of Hie movie. The best-selling novel about a Mafia famiJy now has come full circle wilh the "confessions" of author Mario Puzo in the forth- coming The Godfather Papers. fn the beginning, there was the novel. Puzo says he wrote it to make money; "I was 45 years old and tired of being an artist. Besides, I owed It made money. Puzo got for the paperback rights alone. The book has earned more than million to date. In the foreword to The God- father papers, he writes: "The Godfather is my least favonto novel, but 1 hate it when it's knocked simply because it was a best seller. And it's not a lucky best seller but the product of a writer who practised his craft for nearly 30 years and fi- nally got good at it." COST WAS HIGH Shooting of the nearly a year of preparation- began March 23 a year ago breeding difficulties from con- cept (o cast. At completion, i! cost a b o ut million.....-well above the originally intended million to million. Puzo went lo Hollywood to write the screenplay. Francis Ford Coppola was chosen to di r e c t n d helped write the screenplay. Coppola is listed as co-scenarist. Then the Italian-American Civil nights League protested and producer Al Ruddy an- nounced that all references lo (lie Mafia and Cosa Nostra would be eliminated from the screen version of the novel about a Mafia or Cosa Nostra 'amily. The league pledged ils co-operation in the making of Uio film. Puzo ssys the incident showed Ruddy was a "shrewd bar- gainer because the word 'Mafia' never in the script in the rirst SOLXJHT AFTER Roles in t-he film were por- laps the most sougiit aiter since Gone with the Wind. The title lead went to Marlon 3rando. Singer Vic Damone, cast as singer Johnny Fonlanc, quit he- fore he started becaiuo, he pa.xl, the picture was "not in the best interests of the Italian-Ameri- cans." Al Martino took over the role. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS SALES AND SERVICE PRUEGGER'S ACCORDION COLLEGE1 530 5th ST. S. PHONE 327-7514 SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "MACHINE GUN McCAIN" in technicolor. Starring John Cassavetes, Britt Ekland and Peter Falk. Wednesday, March 15. Show at p.m. Adult Not suitable for children. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "McCABE and MRS. MILLER" in technicolor, starring Wan-en Beatty and Julie Christie. Wednesday, March 15. Show at p.m. Restricted adult. TABER Tower Theatre "EVIL KNEVIL" in color. Starring George Hamilton and Sue Lyon. Wednesday and Friday, March 15 and 17. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Adult. Now, there's a paperback of the movie script and reports say another behind-the-scenes book about the making of Ilia movie is about lo be published. And the Godfather game? II's a game of chance for adults; the winner is the one take! control of (lie most parts of York City. It comes in a violin- shcped box. HUE DESTROYS STAGE HOLLYWOOD (AP) A fire Ijelicved set by arsonists de- stroyed a vacant sound stage at Samuel Goldwyn Studios Mon- day. Damage was estimated at Police said (uo men were seen fleeing the arcs. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic Suite 8-304 5lh Si. S. Ph, 327-7244 COLLEGE -CINEMA TONIGHT and THURS. First Show at 7 p.m. TSBflYtflKILl... i, COLOR ADULT _ SECOND FEATURE SOUL TO SOUL A FILM BY DAVIS SANDERS Starring WILSON PICKET! and TINA TURNED _ SANTANA Wilh guest arris! Willie Bobo Roberta Flack Us McClann and Eddie HarrU The Slapel Singers Voices of tail Harlem AVE 8lh ST 327 5100 Jus! a person who protects children and other living things BILLY JACK NOW SHOWING of and p.m. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 52 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, MARCH 16-Hr-WAY FRIDAY, MARCH 17-BLUES SATURDAY, MARCH 18-CDFFS COMBO LAUGHLIN RESTRICTED ADULT TONIGHT ONLY at ond p.m. Another Memorable Motion Picture with "The Duke" John Wayne FAMILY liistigieU John WAYNE Dan DAILEY Maureen O'HARA in M.C-M1. "THE WINGS of EAGLES BOND-Mettoraloi SHORT SUBJECTS STARTS TOMORROW p.m. SPECIAJ. MATINEES THURS., FRIDAY AND SAT. AT P.M. "A FILM OF ALMOST INCREDIBLE SUSPENSE! 2a T FREN CONNECT] It includes among a great many chilling delights, Ihe most brilliantly executed chase sequence I have ever seen. A very good new hind of movie composed of such ancient material as cops and crooks, with thrills and cliases, and lots of shoot 'em up. It moves at magnificent speed." "THE NIFTIEST CHASE SEQUENCE SINCE SILENT FILMS, fls a cops-and-roooers thriller it is generating more sustained energy and excitement than any action film in years.'-p.ui "I SAT ON THE EDGE OF MY SEAT. I don't know of a more exciting movie entertainment "PURE DYNAMITE. Us trigger-fast, explosive scenes and high-tension chase sequence (the one in'Bullitt'pales by comparison) will have you literally gasping for HIM "A SLAM-BANG DOOZEY OF A COP STORY. A neck-and-neck pell-mell race with an elevated subway train, believe it or not, makes the fabled chase in 'Bullitt' seem like a Girl Scout relay. It'll lift you out of your chair. w "NOMINATED FOR 6 ACADEMY AWARDS INCLUDING BEST PICTURE and BEST ACTOR' RESTRICTED ADULT OH )N A RM nwrOM PMOXrCH HACKH'.H BOYSOBCSS T ;