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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta i-THE LETHBRIDGI May Kern pricetags the old 1-2- You pay no more than SUPER Hem-Tone UTEX FUT 'When contents are a tinting the gallon cans are short-tilled 2 to 4 ounces to allow lor addition ol colorants Superior Kern paint manufactured by Sherwin-Williams Kem-1-Coat Pre- mium quality latex exterior white one coat pro- tection Kem-Namel is a latex semi-gloss with a lustrous finish that wears and wears And Super Kern-Tone It s the interior latex paint on the market. And both are available in all plus white If you ve been waiting for the right time to you can't afford to wait any longer Sale ends Saturday at participating department stores. Home Improvement and Sherwin-Williams dealers Trade MarK SHERWIN-WILLIAMS Co. Canada Paint 424 7th StrMl S. Phone Paint Wall Covering 321 6th Strwrt Alta. Phone 327-8321 Cahoon Lumber Co. Ltd. Creek Co-op Lumber Feed Pincher Alta. rinCMVI Co-op Ltd. Pincher Alta. Cellis Building Supplies Alia. Phone E Hardware Alta. Magrath Trading Co. Hardware Ltd. Alta. Phone 223-2052 M R Lumber Co. Milk American Lumber Co. Ltd. Alta. Phone 223-226S Campbell Hardware Picture Companies Ltd. Alta. 223-2424 Sauter's General Supplies Son Hardware Alta. Revelttoke Companies Ltd. 1604 3rd Aw. 8. Alta. Building Supplies 113-13 St. N. Alta. Phone 321-2050 Bow Island Hardware Bow Mercantile Ltd. Raymond Alta. Phone 752-3034 Magrath Co-op Ltd. Magrath Motors Ltd. Picture Alta. American Andrews Co. Ltd. Ward's Allied Hardware Fort TO MIT NATNWU.T MVBmKD PMWCTS Sacrifice brain for brawn in million man show Benefit By JERRY BUCK LOS ANGELES The Man isn't to be taken seriously except as a television phenomenon In the midseason show on Lee Majors plays a test pilot and astronaut whose atomic-powered limbs give him superhuman power he was after a plane crash in a blend of aerospace biology and cybernetics. Despite the Superman element of the half- robot Majors and executive producer Harve Bennett say it is just good old-fashioned action adventure In other brain is sacrificed for brawn They try to give the Steve a Allen 'serious' comedian type By JOHN HIGGINS Dispatch of The London NEW YORK Thirty or so floors below in Central Park the squirrels scrabble up the solitary runners lope down the asphalt tracks and old men doze in the first of the spring sunshine. Around the corner a few of the favored furry ones are tucking into their afternoon bows at the Dogs Gourmet Restaurant In the lobby there is that sign All Visitors To Be which m New York means that it is the apartment holder rather than the visitor who has really arrived Woody Allen's apartment is the front penthouse of the block and a very nice view over Central Park goes with it. It is neat and well dominated by bowl after bowl filled with boiled sweets and toffees so that any moment one expects a bevy of airline stewardesses to snatch them up and hand them round to the passengers before take-off Allen is precise and untidy. He arrives just 30 seconds before the appointed auburn air curling over his ochre black T-shirt. Off-stage some comedians tell jokes others are very serious. Woody Allen is very and he works at ques- tions put to him as he works at his comedy Hard. The Central Park penthouse is the laboratory in which the Allen ideas receive their first run through. write here and when we get on the set some of the jokes turn out right and others don't. I sit here and look over the produce something that I think is and then take it to the set and it doesn't make sense at all. So you think up something else. My films are half written half improvisation. The logical jokes are all fully but in other occasions I simply walk on set without the first idea of what I'm going to In several of Woody Allen's earlier and most notably m the debt to the comedians of the silent screen is clear. In his the process is taken even further. An occasional verbal gag is allowed wife thought I was a pervert because I drank our water but most of the humor is visual and completely zany. suppose the men I really admire are the old timers. of although I've only recently started to like him. He is you and he really tries. face in the but often he really brings it off. and who was almost as good Fields they all came into the cinema from vaudeville and that's where the training really WOODY ALLEN And has the decline of vaudeville also brought about the decline in the number of top comics9 Woody Allen's face takes on the gloomy look of an opera manager confronting the fact that there are only a couple of good Wagner tenors in the world one of the answers But perhaps it's just coincidence The twenties were good years for and the thirties weren't bad but now... or maybe it is the audience. The general public has become less intellectual and there is now an enormous emphasis on music. You have to say it with song. The comedian has always been an he appeals to people who read. you are born or not born with. If you have it then you can create it automatically. All you need is practice. It's like playing tennis. You have to keep your arm and your eye in to remain efficient. I began as monologuist and I needed to work night after night to beat the nervous tension You don't learn what you do learn is the discipline of always going on. You kill the audience one evening and the next they are terrible. But in the end you develop the ability to beat them on the nights they are DIGEST ESTABLISHED The Reader's Digest periodical was established in dirt-kicking air. Bennett took that path when asked to develop the once-a- month 90-mmute show into a weekly series. He wanted it away from the James Bond-Watergate plumber overtones of the longer show in which Steve Austin was a super-sleuth taking orders from a power- mad boss at the president's right hand The show also is science fiction's answer to Superman. And because it is aimed at the same audience children it has created a few of the same headaches. Just as a generation ago youngsters leaped off rooftops to imitate some kids today try to imitate the 16-milhon man. Mostly the things do are like running in slow motion to emulate the show's camera tricks. SWALLOWED PENNIES But in a worried mother wrote the Inquirer's Action Line for help Her seven-year-old son swallowed pennies to in his body and dragged his foot to try to stop an automobile The newspaper contacted Universal Studios Majors wrote a letter to the boy explaining it was all make-believe When The Man was a once-a-month Majors bicycled back and forth between it and his co- starring role in Owen Marshall previously in Big Valley and The Men from was itching for a starring role in a series He had learned the in co-starring means you stay in the background. When the show became a series in he bowed out of Owen Marshall. Bennett said he worries that the show is like Batman. Gimmick shows have a history of going up like a rocket and coming down like a bomb do we keep from burning he asked himself. don't to teli the truth. The only thing I know is we have to keep surprising the Achieving all that and giving it a look of superhuman isn't easy. Some of the camera tricks tried came out looking like a Charlie Chaplin move. Once they put Majors on a treadmill on the back of a truck and drove at 60 miles an hour to make it appear he was running that fast Instead it looked preposterous Cars recalled Mich. Ford Motor Co. says it is recalling current-model Ford and Mercury station wagons to find an estimated 290 equipped with the wrong trailer-hitch draw bar. A total of 104 of the recalled vehicles are in Canada. A Ford spokesman said the produced between Nov. 4 and April were furnished with bars designed for sedans. He said the bars could separate from one of their mounting causing excessive and eventually the trailer could separate from the station wagon if the bar is not appearance Bob Dylan and others are shown above m song at a benefit at Madison Square Gardens in New York in honor of late Chilean President Salva- dor Allende. from are actor Dennis Hop- Arlo film director Melvin Van Peebles Dylan and Dave Van Ronk. Rich food resources discovered LONDON Explorer-scientists just returned from the Antarctic say they have discovered a vast area of rich food resources under its ice. Their research the John docked in Southampton after two years' work in the south polar region. They returned with large quantities of marine including spider crabs and molluscs Dr. Richard director of the British Antarctic said vast quantities of plankton were due to the over- fishing of whales in the Antarctic Laws said it still too early to say how vital this discovery was. this stage all our work is being done in the but when the results have been analysed it is likely man will turn to the Antarctic as a possible source of food supply Teen-ager produces first play TORONTO Des McAnuff started studying music when he was eight years old and produced his first play at 17. The author of six produced works at McAnuff was able to stay at the fashionable Park Plaza Hotel to polish his latest Troll. which opened May 7 at a Toronto studies the story of two women undergoing major physical changes and has a cast of four. He admits he made a mistake in writing which he staged at another Toronto theatre for Urbania had a cast of but McAnuff was only 18 and says his main asset way of guts and Leave it to his first concerned the degene- rates of Yonge Street and was written in 1973. It won him a award from the Council of Christians and Jews. McAnuff has also received a grant from the Ontario Arts Council of and royalties for his work in providing the Children's Shakespearean Company with the music for its production of Taming of the TV TUESDAY SPORTS Stanley Cup Ch. 7. Boston is again at Philadelphia for another game in the Stanley Cup Playoff finals. MOVIE The Ch. 11. Natalie Wood and Robert Wagner star in this tender story about the romantic involvement between a crippled songwriter and a sensitive lawyer. MOVIE The Lady Ch. 11. Margaret Lockwood and Michael Redgrave star in this Alfred Hitchcock thriller about the disappearance of an elderly lady from a Continental express train. MOVIE The Last 12 Ch. 7. Anthony-Steffens and Dan Martin star in this tale of a power- hungry Indian chief who leads his warriors in an assault against a neighboring tribe. WEDNESDAY MOVIE A Taste of 1 Ch. 13. Barbara Parkins portrays a former mental patient who is terrorized by weird memories. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Stations. Any variation in program ichedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and it not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. 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