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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, May 11, 1970 WE LtTHWItlOt Klf.A ITV HIGHLIGHTS! MONDAY SPECIAL: "One Prairie 5 p.m., Ch. 3: CATV telecasts the first afternoon session of the four-day conference on Prairie union. MOVIE: "Journey to 6 p.m., Ch. 9: Seven young Texans, on their way to join the Confederate Army, learn of racial prejudice and tlie meaning of the Civil War. Stars James Caan and Michael Sarrazin. MOVIE: "Assault on a p.m., Ch. 11: A dare- devil scheme to rob the Queen Mary. With Frank Sinatra and Virna Lisi. DRAMA: "It Takes a p.m., Ch. 13: A rerun with guests Dick Smothers and Mario Andretli and a plot about a missile crisis. COMEDY: "Carol Burnett, p.m., Ch. 13: Another rerun with guests singer Viklci Can- and comedian Flip Wilson. SPECIAL: "One Prairie 9 p.m., Ch. 3: Coyer- age of Alberta Premier Harry Strom's speech in tonight's session of the four-day conference. RELIGION: "Man p.m., Ch. 7: A high-rank- ing official of the United Church of Canada talks about re- ligion and politics. TUESDAY MOVIE: "Devil and the 1 p.m., Ch. 7: A 1932 film in which a woman is married to an insanely jealous and brutal man. Stars Tallulah Bankhead and Charles Laughton. MOVIE: 1 p.m. Ch. 13: Based on a book by John D. MacDonald, a 1961 movie about an engineer who is talked into a hijacking scheme by a buddy. Stars Jeffrey Hunter. SPECIAL: "One Prairie 2 p.m., Ch. 3: Taped coverage of today's morning session at the Exhibition Pa- vilion. 'USTWGS- Programs uri lislid by rodiB ofid television Holiont. Any venation in program ithedulit to loit- -ninutt by itationi end it no! iDoniibility of Tht Herald Beilway TiUvisian. CJOC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour MONDAY NIGHT World at 6 Paul Tividar Market Report News Paul Tlvadar Rob Ingram CBC News Distinguished Galloping Gourmet Ariisis Farm Funny You Should News Say That Sports Probe 1220 Jack Thys TUESDAY Country Music Jim Elliott Siiow Matinee News, Weather Paul Tividar Phone Bill Show Prote 1220 CHEC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on he Half Hour MONDAY NIGHT News Farm News, Stocks Stock Mkt Report Dinner Showcase Back to ihe Bible Ths Voice China World Tomorrow Music for Late Niters The Album Game CHEC FM 100.? MC Radio News on the Hour Way I See IT Communlly Biillelln Call of the Land Herb Johnson H. B. Carnaby TUESDAY Ron Siohe Farm News Farm Special News, Wthr., Sports The Way I See It Stock Mkt Report Woman's World Jean Pauley Comments CBR 1010 Calgary Weather on the Half Hour Inks the Family la a Movit turned out more than COO fea- tures a year. A year ago, 711 were shooting. Tins March there were 52, only eight of-them in Hollywood. Tlie rest were on locations scattered from East Africa to Hong Kong "runaway" produc- tions lured by exotic settings, and often, foreign subsidies and labor savings. The reported job- less by the AFL Hollywood Film Council are 42.8 per cent of the behind-the-camera work- ers represented by an amalgam of unions. President John W. Lehners says he believes it's the highest number of unemployed in Holly- wood history. SEEK ANSWERS Are there answers to Holly- wood's welter of woes? The in- dustry thinks so. They include hard-headed business practices films at persons aged 30 and under who are 75 per cent of today's cessions by the workers them- selves. To cut costs and stimulate production, Screen Actors Guild directors have approved several contract modifications. By one, a star no longer will be paid while a double represents him in so-called reproduction shots before principal photography begins. Richard Walsh, president of the International Affiance of Theatrical Stage Employees, says there will be a "flexibility of crews that will save a great amount of money." Tough, aggressive manage- ments are bringing traditionally free-spending movie-making into the computerized, cost-con- trolled world of big business. Conglomerates have moved in. Guif and Western Industries has taken over at Paramount, Transamerica Corp. at United Artists, Kinney National Service at Warner Brothers. Today's no-nonsense approach because of chang- ing public tastes, film projects on which millions have been in- vested. budget limit on most films, to for spectacles that not long ago cost three times as much. if any further super- star salaries of against 10 per cent of the gross. Julie Andrew's Star! bombed at the boxoffice. So did Sweet Charity, for which Shirley MacLaine received and a percentage. But The Graduate, in which a then-unknown Dustin Hoffman starred for has grossed AIM AT YOUNG Meanwhile, an industry that once mass-produced movies for a mass market is slanting the great bulk of its product toward the young. The 1968 boxoffice bonanza The Graduate started the cycle. Another landmark was last year's Easy Rider. Made in seven weeks on a borrowed the film has grossed and the end is no- where in sight. What magic ingredient lures the young? "Themes and stories that these young people find rele- says Jack Valenti, presi- dent of the Motion Picture Asso- ciation of America. Sex is treated candidly. An executive listing his studio's up- coming films said: "These are not the bland love stories or comedies you see on TV or in movies of the past. They're sharp, incisive comments about married life and extramarital life." But sexual frankness may be losing its appeal. In Variety's annual estimates, the No. 1 U.S.-Canada moneymaker i s 1969 was Walt Disney's The Love Bug, with Run ner-up was Funny Girl, with Indeed, Hollywood may be running the whole youth Irene into the ground. Daily Variety detects "what appears to be spreading counter-reaction to the accent-on-youth binge." COME ALONG AND LISTEN TO THE PEOPLE OF HOLLAND SAY "THANK YOU CANADA" through the ROYAL NETHERLAND AIR FORCE BAND PERFORMANCE WEDNESDAY, MAY 13 AT 7 P.M. EXHIBITION PAVILION His Worship Mayor A. C. Anderson will take the salute of this band at p.m. during the march past in frcnt of the Exhibition Pavilion. NO ADMISSION CHARGE Smitty's Pancake House Franchise Available Excellent location in Marathon Development in City of Lethbridge to be open obout Octo- ber, 1970. .Cash required approximately Capital investment returned in ap- proximately four years. For further information please write or phonn SMITTY'S PANCAKE HOUSES LTD. 709 8th Ave. 5.W., CALGARY, Alberta. 263-5683 (403) PUBLIC HEARINGS The Commission on Educational Planning LETHBRIDGE MONDAY, JUNE 1 at p.m. TUESDAY, JUNE 2 at p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE To cliait the direction of Alberto's educa- tional policy in the years ahead. Formal presentations are inviled; informal dialogue is encouraged; spectators are welcomed. To be a scheduled participant, write or phone Ihe Commission at least one week in advance of this hearing. Dr. Waller II. Worlli The Commission on rdticationiil Planning Suite WO, 11010 W Slieel, tdnionlon Telephone: -I53-3G-I7 "A Choice futures" Edmonton Stadic World Fair Plan EDMONTON (CP) A non- profit corporation has been es- tablished in Edmonton to seek federal and provincial finan- cial support to stage a world fair in Edmonton in 1973. Spokesmen for the corpora- tion, Nordex Development As- sociation, say they are seeking a total of from the two governments to finance a six month fair similar to that held in Seattle. Plans call for the fair, Nor- dex 73, to focus on the north, with pavilions worth being constructed and a total of visitors antici- pated over the six months. Spokesmen says unofficial discussions alresdy have been held with officials in some of the countries which might con- struct pavilions. Countries expected to partic- ipate include the Soviet Union, the United States, the Scandi- navian countries, Japan, the United Kingdom and ranee Briefs are being .amiltt to Ottawa and the ;.'rovinos outlining ihe propos11. -i province has uted studi .iUBWAYS FOR JO DE JANEIRO The Irazilian government has the go-ahead to construc- tion Rio's firft subway sys- tem, a be built with the help of money. A second subw y also, is plannetf for Sao 220 miles sout'nvest of the ipital. Each sunvay is to extend 41 miles. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC KilTE 8-304 5th it. S. eibove National More li.'.ia 327-7244 le'hbridge HOSAK, C.3.M. pHs GREEN ACHES _ lilNCTION OFJAYOR SORRY FOLKS, CLOSE) TONIGHT OLLEGET; INEMA COLUG1MAU 328-6300 TONIGHT thru WED. "ALICE'S RESTAURANT" c p.m. "MIDNIGHT COWBOY" o p.m. WINNER OF THREE ACAD! Vu AWAR S olisn HOFF JON VOICHT "MIDNIGI COLOIiirDeLuxe ARLO GUTHRIE 1 ALSO Um'ettArfisti RE'TRICTED .ADULT UmwUrlirti TODAY and IfUES. WINNER OF BEST AWARD "JOHN WAYNE" in "i RUE CRST" The strangest trio ever .3 track a killer. 8 f HA1.WALLIS' i PVODUCTIOH WAYNE GL'N CAMPBELL KIM DARBY SECOND ITS THE BIG ONE WITH 1 HE BIO TWO! TONIGHT thru WED. MONDAY 2 SHOWS 'ND :1 the new freedom of the screen ,lt is all about." ADUIT Schickel, Lift An In go Production DONALD SUTHERLAND ELLIOTT GOULD-TOM SKERRITI Color by ;