COMMON MARKET: Fanfare for Europe

LORD OLIVIER and Dame Sybil Thorndike promised readings from famous speeches from the past. Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip were scheduled to attend. The occasion this week is a planned "celebration in words and music," in London's Royal Opera House, marking Britain's historic entry into the European Economic Community. The celebration is part of an eleven-day "Fanfare for Europe" planned by the Tory government of Prime Minister Edward Heath, at a cost of $825,000. Among its flourishes will be a performance by the Berlin Philharmonic at the Royal Albert Hall, a "Poets of Europe" reading at Lincoln's...

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