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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Elizabeth Baur and today's youth Turnabout in attitude When Elizabeth Baur was a student at LOG Angeles' Im- maculate Heart High School, she was always complaining to her classmates about the rig- orous manners and outward evidences of respect required Oscar show set for ABC starts in HOLLYWOOD (ABC) The Academy Awards cere- monies will be presented ex- clusively on the ABC net- work for five consecutive years beginning in 1976, it has been announced. One of the most popular television programs each year, the Academy Awards were presented by ABC for 10 consecutive years (1961) 70) and have been a major television attraction for 21 years. >y the school authorities an attitude which has undergone a complete turnabout for the pe- tite co-star of CTV's which telecasts each Monday evening from p.m. "Maybe it's being around a law and order show wliere you're expected to be on time, professional and po'tte, but I don't think says Elizabeth, who portrays Officer Fran Belding on the series. 'I think the kids are no- where near as happy as we were griping about our petty Little concerns. Now they don't know where the fences are. There aren't any rules 10 guide them and, in losing respect for their teachers they've lost respect for themselves. Maybe it's not true all across the coun- try, but what I see in the local high schools is appalling. You Can't Beat The Lear'3r In Food CHINESE FOOD WESTERN MEALS LIGHT LUNCHES MAJORETTE RESTAURANT HOURS: Open Daily 8 o m. to 8 p.m Closed on Sundoyi and Holidayil 612 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-7511 "There's something about go- ing to school in nice clean well- pressed clothes with your hair done nicely and your nails manicured, which starts a day off better than shuffling into school in sandals, dirty bare feet and uncombed hair. "Five years ago I would never have dreamad I'd feel so positive about retaining a dress code in schools. The worst thing that ever happened to the schools was when teachers and parents knuckled under to the kids. "People who pop pills are the bore of the world. They're self- indulgent because they drag ev- erybody around them down with their dreary hangups. They'd be better off concentrat- ing on somebody else's troubles instead of thinking about blur- ring the edges of their own." ELIZABETH BAUR no rules to guide today's kids" r Jwolco DEPARTMENT STORES Quality in a BIG WAY B W This set features tun- ing with a 6" ova! speaker for tiue Finish- ed in a handsome walnut cabinet. _J .95 EACH Open Daily 9 a.rr, to 6pm. COLLEGE SHOPPING MAU Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. 9pm. 202S We reserve the riqht to limit quantities i'Jrj'YOLJ TAKEAWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORE Sir John Gielgud joins QB VII cast HOLLYWOOD (ABC) ST John Gielgud has joined the all-star cast of the ABC net- work's precedent-breaking six- tour film dramatization of QB VII, Leon Uris' best-selling novel covering almost 20 years of the post-Second Woild War igonies a terrifying legacy eft by the Nazi regime. Sir John joins many other >f the world's leading actors n a cameo role (including Dame Edith Evans, Anthony Juayle, Jack Hawkins, Signe Hasso) as a pompous bureau- crat, who tries to stop Dr. Adam Kelno (Anthony Hop- kins) from continuing his work with desert tribesmen. The film, dealing with two strong men both f.av.ed and the heroism ami weakness, nobility and fear that bring them to a confrontation in which one must be destroyed in a courtroom (Queens Bench is in production in Jer- usalem. Production bei'an sev- eral weeks ago in Hollywood under the direction of Tom Gries, then moved 1o London and Europe before (lie film- ing in Israel. The filming of the movie will be completed m Lon- don. Ben Gazzara and Anthony Hopkins are "tai'U'd the two men drawn together by forces greater than Ihtwehes, with Lee Remick and Los-lie Caron as the women they Monday, April 30 1.00 Movie: Mambo Q Another World 0 Let's Make a Deal fD General Hospital Q Hollywood's Talking CD One Life to Live Q Klara's Korner Q) Days of Our ives 0 Galloping Gourmet Q Secret Storm Q Ed Allen 0 Mike Douglas CD Somerset CD Dinah's Place 3.00 Ol Three On A Match CD Another World Q Take 30 3.30 CD Dating Game CD What's The Good Word O Edge of Night CD Split Second Joker's Wild Family Court Anything You Can Do Bewitched Buckshot D--op In News Star Trek Hollywood Squares News Password Q News fr) News ID TV-5 CD CD CD 8 CD TO (O) News CD News Q Bon a 0 Outdoor CD or _____._____ 0 Salute lo the Alberta Wheat Pool CD Beat Uic Clock 7.00 CD Rookies CD Doris Driy 0 Shrine Bmpo Movie: The Ct c i. ry 7.30 CD Rollin' 0 Going Places 0 Partridge Family CD Sanford find Son CD Movie: Man 8.30 0 Cannon CD Medical Contiv O Lcugh I-i CD Pig 'n Wlustle 0 This is the Law 0 Man Alive ID News Q News CD Ironside 10 30 O Tonight Show Q) Mo wo: Kid Ridel o 3) CD News CD News (7) CJOC News 0 Crossfire CD Merv Griffin 0 MWTO: Ckm in London Come Join Us and Enfoy in the PUB TAVERN THE GROUP "JACK AND Come visit us and enjoy our daily NOON LUNCHEONS featuring SOUP 'N SANDWICH LOW CALORIE SELECTION DAILY FUU COURSE SPECIAiS HOLIDAY VILLAGE LETHBRIDGE ;