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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE  GLAMOR HAIRDO-Something different for Glenda Jackson is her glamor hairdo and also her role in a new film. Usually starring in high dramas, the Academy Award winner cos tars in her first comedy, "A Touch of Class," with George Segal. AM.A. travel service asked this Glasgow piper to play C Canada for you! A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL SERVICE Located at 608 5th Avenue South Phone 328-1181 or 328-7921 All enquiries welcome Plenty of free parking at rear of building Movie makers turning to TT with sensational results 7 By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) - In a trend that offers hope for the quality of television programming, more and more movie makers are turning to TV. During the last two decades, the pattern for creative talent was to get started in television and then "move up in class" to feature films. Only those who couldn't make it in movies shifted to TV. That has changed. Partly it is economic; film makers are tired of waiting for movie deals to materialize in a shrinking market. Instead, they have gone for the steadier income from specials and weekly series. But there are creative considerations as well. "Television has matured," says a producer-writer. "You no longer have to turn out the same bland pap, although there is still plenty- of it on the air. You're allowed more sophistication, both in comedy shows and in the kinds of issues you can treat in dramas." The most successful of the new TV creators are Norman Lear and Bud Yorfdn. Both started in early TV variety shows, then made such films as Come Blow Your Horn and Divorce American Style. TWO TOP HITS Three years ago, Yorkin and Lear returned to TV with sensational results. Their series, All in the Family and Sanford and Son, scored first and second in a "recent Nielsen rating, and their Maude has been another success. "Our return to TV was not prompted by economics," says Lear. "We came back to do taped shows, and there is no great promise of big money from them-unless they are big hits. "I came back because of the excitement of doing something new and different with All in the Family. Bud came back for the same reason with Sanford and Son." Lear cited an example of how one medium can help the other. Recently United Artists re-released his film Cold Turkey with the ad line: "The man who created Archie Bunker and Maude now gives you Rev. Clayton Brooks-Dick Van Dyke." Test engagements drew bigger receipts than the first run two years ago. Another returnee to television is George Schaefer, whose Hallmark specials won scores of awards. He turned to directing such features as Doctors' Wives and the forthcoming Once Upon a Scoundrel. This season he was back on TV with the well-received The War of Children, about Northern Ireland. "I believe in keeping a finger in TV," says Schaefer. "It's a mistake to sit around waiting for the present f2m establishment to come up with' something half-way interesting." 'Ros' Russell to receive award for second time Frank Sinatra will end his self-imposed "retirement" long enough to present the Jane Hersholt Humanitarian Award to Rosalind Russell at the 45th Academy Awards ceremony, Tuesday, March 27 at 8:00 p.m., (in color) on CBC-TV. It is the second such award for Miss Russell, who also received the honor two years ago. The presentation, g i v e n to an individual "in the motion pic- ture industry whose humanitarian efforts have brought it credit," was not awarded last year. Sinatra will present the award to Miss Russell, a longtime friend, on the stage of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion of the Los Angeles Music Centre. Here, on June 13,1971, at a gala benefit for the Motion Picture Relief Fund, the popular entertainer had formally announced his retirement. Thursday, March 29 1:00 Q Another World IB Movie: The Third Man �1 Ed Allen . (D General Hospital 1:30 Q Secret Storm O Let's Make a Deal Q) One Life to Live 2:00 0 Mike Douglas Q| ~_r Lives 0 Truth or Consequences 2:30 O Nancy Miller {B Somerset CO-OP SEED TREATMENT See Your Co-Op Dealers Now for all your seed treatment needs. We have a complete supply of 9) BUSAN liquid seed treatment  NM SINGLE DRILL BOX SEED TREATMENT POWDER, a non-mercurial treatment for control of seed borne diseases in wheat, oats, barley, rye and flax,  NM DUAL PURPOSE DRILL BOX SEED TREATMENT POWDER for the control of wireworms and seed borne diseases in wheat, oats, barley and rye. "DONT DELAY, SEE US NOW WHILE SUPPLIES ARE WELL STOCKED" Located in LETHBRIDGE at 1221 - 2nd Ave. South Phono 327-3777 fl) Dinah's Place 3:00 O Take 30 IB Another World fD Three on a Match 3:30 O Edge of Night IB What's The Goci Word Q| Dating Game 0 Vin Scully Show 4:00 0 Family Court 0 Joker's Wild 0 Split Second IB Anything You Can Do f:30 (7) Drop In IB Star Trek 0 News 0 Bewitched 5:00 O Hollywood Squares 0 News 0 Password 5:30 0 News (7) News IB Paul Lynde {TB NeTs 6:00 0 Movie: Island of the Blue Dolphins (J3) News 0 Here's Lucy 0 News 6:30 Q Truth or Consequences 0 Harlem Globetrotters Popcorn Machine 0 Kreskin 7:00 0 Mod Squad 0 Ironside 0 George 7:30 0 Little People 8:00 0 Super Flick: o 0 9:00 O o 10:00 (ED r c 10:30 0