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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, March 16, 1974 Watergate mess big help in film success By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD (NEA) The Watergate rness, Peter Maas belives, has had a lot to do with the success of Maas wrote the book from which the film was taken. The book was a success. The movie is a monster success. Maas thinks that maybe, since the theme dealt with a man's battle against corruption, that the timing was right. Timing is everything in the movie business. People, sick to death over what's been happening in Washington, delighted in the movie about one man winning out over the forces of official evil It's oversimplifying to say success is just a question of timing It was, of course, a crackerjack movie Maas had a lot to do with that He had written "The Valachi Papers" and was unhappy with the way the movie version of that came out. So, when "Serpico" was sold, he insisted on some i ontrol. The first few screenplays weren't right, he >avs. so he "structured" the <-creenplay that was finally used You might be interested in knowing what's happened i to the real Serpico. Peter Maas says the ex-cop is 38 now, living in Switzerland. He went there to get "things sorted out in his and Maas doesn't Peter Maas made people think of behaving better. [PLAINSMAN; HOTEL Presents j "BROWN SUGAR" from Winnipeg Monday thru Saturday Playing OLD ROCK N' ROLL and FUNKY ROCK N' ROLL believe he'll stay there iorever. "He still does pretty good with the girls." Maas says. "Only now they're Swiss and Swedes and French, not Americans." Maas says the movie's effect has been a healthy one "It's made people think of behaving better." If "Serpico" was one of the pictures of the year, maybe "For Those I Loved" will be one of the pictures of the century. That, anyhow, is the perhaps over-optimistic hope of the author of that book, a tragic man named Martin Gray The book tells the story ol his life the Warsaw Ghetto under the Nazis, concentration camps, then worse He survived World War II's greatest horrors, came to New York, made a fortune, went back to France, married and had four children and then his entire family was wiped out in a forest fire in the south of France t Still, he manages to be an optimist His book was a huge hit in Europe and is doing fairly well here. It will be a movie, with the script done by the noted Yugoslavian writer director, Alexander Petrovic. could be the picture of the century." Gray says. "It could be another "Gone With the Wind." It certainly should have the premiere of the century. Gray, who still lives in Europe where he runs a foundation to combat forest fires, is on close terms with European greats Eskimo girl star in CBC TV show 'All in the family'' star Hawaii vacation promoter By JOAN SINCLAIRE Christian Science Monitor "I fell in love with Hawaii, and I will be glad to go back at any said Jean Stapleton in New York. "It was simply grand." The delightful "Dingbat" in the popular American THE NEW GARDEN HOTEL APPOINTMENT Berti School of Music is pleased to announce the- appointment of Morris Higa as-Sales Manager. Morris has been involved in the music industry for the past 8 years and invites all his friends and customers to come in and discuss all their musical needs with him. STUDIO HOURS: Monday to Friday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. BERTI SCHOOL OF MUSIC 2646 S. Parluide Drive Phone 327-0115 Presents MASTERPIECE SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 6-Piece Horn Group playing FUNKY ROCK N'ROLL LAS FEATURING: Las Vegas Reno Catson C'ty Lake Tahoe City etc DEPARTING Mdi 23td oy Deuxe 9 Kin tmed days S A from ft FRANCISCO 9 Fun-failed DEPARTING MAT 4th !CALIFORNIA DISNEYLAND 15 Fun-hlled DEPARTING 18th JUNE 22nd. NORTH TO 15 f JM DAVS DEPARTING JUNE 30th and JUlT 21 (or Cpll Your 259 Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Presents.. "KISS ME KATE" by Cole Porter in the Yates Memorial Centre Wad., Thurs.. Fri.. Sal- March 20. 21, 22. 23 STUDENTS NITE March p.m. Students March 21, 22, Tickets now available at Leister's 207 Kresge Bidg Edmonton A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL PHONE 328-7921 or 328-1181 P. LAWSON TRAVEL MARQUIS MOTEL SLOG. PHONE 328-3000 MARCH 18-30 "The George Poburn Show" From Vancouver AT THE MINERS' 13th SIN. Members Invited Guests Only television series "All in the Family" had just returned irom her first trip to Hawaii and was in New York for a few days to prepare for her appearance on the Dick Cavett Show and do some special promotion for her new RCA album "Archie and Edith Singing." VACATION RECIPE Her ideas on a perfect vacation included "rest, relaxation, peace, and change. Hawaii is the ideal place for just such a vacation." Asked what things were most important to her for a vacation, she responded: "A vacation that will be satisfying to the entire family, one that will meet their needs as well as mine. I always ask myself, will Bill and the children enjoy She is married to William H. Putch, producer-director of the Totem Pole Playhouse near Chambersburg, Pa. Their two children are Pam, 14, and John. 12. Jean bubbled on enthusiastically. "In Hawaii the whole family found many wonderful opportunities for relaxation and change. For example, we all fell in love with snorkelmg; it was our No. 1 activity. "About 12 miles from the centre of downtown Honolulu we found this beautiful spot, Hanauma Bay. just past Diamond Head. It is very popular with bathers, picnickers, fishermen, and snorkelers. Famous for coral this sea cove was created by volcanic action years ago. "Now let me tell you about Mom's first attempt at snorkeling with Pam and John. It was a windy day and consequently the surface of the water "was extremely choppy. The trade winds were very high but remarkably enough, as soon as you submerge and are under the surface of the water, everything becomes peaceful., "As you move along you see lovely coral formations, then, suddenly you come on exquisite sunbursts of yellow and orange. All the time you are moving around you see the most beautiful tropical fish. It's a thrilling experience and it's free. Of course, you do need a mask and a snorkel, but this equipment rents for less than "Learning to breathe properly with the snorkel is most important. My son, John, was my chief instructor on how to breathe and handle the snorkel equipment. Even though he was most anxious to explore the bay on his own, he was reluctant to leave me alone. "He wanted to be certain Stock moves TORONTO Information filed with the Ontario Securities Commission shows that about 64 per cenl of a previously announced million private issue of Canada Devel- opment Corp.