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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Lucille Ball enjoys status quo stability PAGES By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD Lucille Ball was back at work but her mind was on dogs. "The things about having Lucy said, "is that whenever they break up with their boy friends or girl friends, or their husbands or wives, I wind up with the dogs. 'I've got Liza's clogs now. (Liza, of course, is Liza Minnelli, who used to go witli Lucy's son, Desi, at one point in her checkered romantic Desi is staying with us again. He came home. "This morning, I called up to him and told him that, before he went out, he had to clean up Liza's dog's manure. He said he would. In a little while he showed up with a shovel. "He said, 'Where is I said, 'You're standing in it.' She says it's funny about Lucie., her daughter, and Desi and dogs. All her life, Lucy has had dogs and all her life she says she's had no problem housebreak.ing them. But. she says, neither Lucie nor Desi seems able to housebreak a dog- Lucy, after spending her summer vacation shooting finds the TV scene comforting. She says she loved doing the film but she prefers the TV system. "I she says, "I've been doing it so long that I'm used to it." "I look like I've just stuck my finger in an electric she says. "Otherwise, I'm fine. My leg (she broke it skiing a year ago) feels good although I'll never ski again. There are four metal pins in it but now it's stronger than the other one." She says there will be no changes in her CBS show this coming season. Her daughter won't be on as much as she's been the last few is do- ing a lot of stage otherwise the show will be pretty much as is. At this point in her career, she enjoys the stability of the status quo. She is no longer looking for new worlds to conquer although there is one small niggling ambition left. She'd like to find a play she can do whenever the mood is on her. "1 don'! want to go back to Broadway." she says. "but I'd like to find a play I can do once in a while in Ohio or San I'Yancisen or wherever It's hard In find something is right for me Somebody suggested 'Twigs.' ami il sounds good bill I liavrn'l seen it." This MiMmer. when she wasn't (li'lni.! "Mami1." she was gardening. The gar- dener she had for "li years was hit In a ear and his eves were a Heeled so lie ________________ Lucy Arnaz and Lucille Ball are real like-mo- ther, like-daughter combo on TV. In real life, it's almost the same. satisfactory substitute she was out there, pruning and watering and crooning to her plants. Between that and "Mame" and thinking about the TV show and all those was a typically busy Lucy summer. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) Our unting habits 6Give us this day' our daily bread' Do people really know what's best for them to eat? Rats do, science has proven that. But nobody has ever shown that the human body has an instinct for nutrition. If man ever had such an instinct, have modern food techniques driven it out of him? The CTV Network program "A CTV Inquiry: Give Us This Day Our Dai- ly Bread" telecasting on Sunday. September 16 at 10 p.m., examines man's nutritional instincts and the eating habits of Canadians. A CTV documentary unit headed by Jack McGaw in-, viled a team of experts to repeat a classic study by Dr. Clara M. Davis on the instinctual eating habils nl young children, l-'or decades Dr. Davis' study has influenced nulriliniiisis and child psy- chologists lo believe lhat in spile of diilereni food t a 1 es a IK! Lex I u res children, il given a free choice, will select an ade- quate diet. Dr Sabrv. "Vaiinnal t i, Hi dllluidi' 'it .Mil I il.'.'li STAR GAZING from Hollywood HOLLYWOOD Next short hair for girls. That is the prediction from Michelle Phillips, the former Mama of The Mamas and The Papas who is now co-starring in "Dillineer." She's cut her hair short and likes it. "I Michelle says, "that I may have had a part in starting the long hair style but I've grown tired of it. And so are a lot of other girls. Short hair is coming in." Bill Bixby went to Las Vegas to film an episode of his new NBC show The Magician. Everything went the last five minutes of his stay in Vegas. Bixby is not a gambler, but, in those last few moments, while he and Brenda waited for their car he sat down at the black- jack table. And, as he ex- pected, he lost the he had allowed himself. But, while he was losing the his pocket was picked. It was an expensive five minutes. t Hollywood isn't t) only film center that's hurting these days. Franco Zef- Ifirelli, the great Italian director, says the Italian movie industry is in dire straits. "Italian he says, 'still have ideas and per- sonalities but they are ?rippled by economic and aolitical turmoil, like everything else in Italy. The unions are going too far in their demands and often damage their own interests. By DICK KLEINER "I am pessimistic. Wherever you put your finger, you find a snake bite. People are losing their sense of balance, los- ing their optimism and enthusiasm. Foreign capital is not coming any more. There is no respect for budgets and time schedules. Life in the movie business in Italy is becoming impossible." Tim Cbnway and George Plimpton stayed as Hugh Hefner's guest in his gaudy Playboy Mansion here. The house has 54 rooms and all kinds of accessories including 32 bunnies who live there. Somebody mentioned to- Conway about the 32 bun- nies. "Well, that takes care of tonipht." Conway said to Plimpton. "What" 11 we do Sunday, September 16 Canada, believes most ex- perts have misinterpreted Dr. Davis' work, for the 1928 study presented to the children only nutritious foods and none of the kind of goods available in super- markets today. The CTV sponsored study includes non-nutritious foods in the diet selection. The consumption of food is man's most iinportant activity and inadequate diets contribute to much of the death and disease in the world. Some scientists suggest that since the food industry, (sales of over billion a year in Canada) is producing more and more artificial "foods, the govern- ment will have to require that each product contains a minimum number of -Mw-U-wwiB. This may be the only way to ensure that people eat properly. The program also tested several products which appeared to violaie present day ami Drug Ael Legislation and demi'iistrales gaps in the system of inspection which can cause ;