Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 29, 1969 · Page 8
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 8

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, October 29, 1969
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Page 8 GREELKY TRIBUNE Wed., Oct. 29, 1969 Present-Day Movie Business Hurting Youth, Says Hylands By VIVIAN BROWN AP Newife»hirf« Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Something is awry in the movie business and young people are being hurl, says blue-eyed Scott Hylands, 26, who has just made his firs! movie after a varied career in off-Broadway and repertory productions. "A lot of salacious, pornographic movies are depressing me. We are not going in the right direction in movies or on stage. "A friend went to audition for a play here and she was asked (o lake off her clothes. She resented it. If she were in the .minority, she wouldn't resent it, but now she is frightened. She's sfraid thai she'll be left with seem alright, in Scott's opinion But It Is all idling out of hand, nothing to act in but 'Winnie the Pooh'." If the crisis of a story requires 'a nude scene,' it would he says. "What bothers me is that the whole thing is basically dishonest. In the past, pornographic movies were made for people who knew they were going to see a dirty movie. They wanted .0 see a porno movie. But the dishonesty today is that so many commercial films are really porno movies. "A person may choose a move title that is a grabber--an adventurous hero or something, but he is liable to walk into a porno movie." i A great deal ot this sexy movie bit is being on youth and its times. Nothing could be further from tho truth he says. Most healthy young people scorn such "entertain ment," he believes. Scott plays in a movie (Daddy Goes A-Hunting) that is billed for mature audiences and the story may be considered a bit far out for a young man of his convictions. He justified it because the love scene is delicately done, lie says--it is seen Ihrough the eyes of a cat. He acted and directed Shakespeare in his senior year at the University of British Columbia, md has acted and directed with the American Conservatory Theatre. These are his goals, he says, and being a movie star is ncidenlal, even though he has a contract with National General ~"ictures. He writes for therapy--to get something out of his craw, such is coming to terms with society n a way that permits you to maintain your dignity and indi- whole vlduality-without selling out to that the hippies had adopted, blamed someone. . and I couldn't.get over the way "It creates drive to have such goals, and that is what bugs young young people--there aren" enough opportunities for them to make decisions. In trying to be heard, they will not listen to other points of view. "For example, I was discussing playwrights with a 75-year- old gentleman. Suddenly, his wealth of experience poured oul --he had been writing for newspapers for two of my lifetimes, and I found myself thinking, low dare we dismiss such peo- )le from our thinking?" Young people, he says, don't ;ry to communicate with their elders because the children vs. parents battleground has b come the expected situation. "Young people criticize men or greed--chopping down trees and building monstrosities, but what do we do when we get the chance? One of the hippie cul- ures that now has become cor- upt is 'doing your own thing.' I went into a beautiful canyon) they had raped nature." V/hen Scott found a delightful outdoor spot with waterfall, butterflies and hummingbirds where he could relax, friends suggested that he buy it. "They can't understand that I want it to remain as nature intended. I want to share it. We arc a competitive generation, but we are missing the whole thing, unless we think of such Ihings." For a time in Canada, where ie was born Scott Hylarid Doug- ass, he worked as a mountain guide for the YMCA. He had at:ended private schools there stflce he was 8, seeing his hardworking school-teacher mother only about six weeks of the ear. Today when h« and his mother get together, they have spirited friendly debates, he says. His alher, an RAF spilfire pilot, died in World War II. j Irrigation Well Metering Procedures Are Outlined DENVER (AP)--Administra- Irative procedures for metering some 10,000 irrigation wells in Colorado were outlined Monday before the Colorado Ground Water Commission. State engineer Clarence Kuiper told the commission that measuring water is "the only logical way to get maximum jeneficial use of underground water." The commission endorsed me- .ering last August, but it has ·aised some protests from 'armers, who will pay about 1200 for each meter--an outlay of $2 million by March 31, 1972, vhen all irrigation wells in gnated areas are required to lave them. Kuiper said it is hoped expense can be cut by having [round water districts order meters in large quantities to ake advantage of .volume dis- :ounts. The commission also voted Monday to review at a formal hearing Dec. 18 a controversial case in which a district denied permission to export water outside its boundaries. Winton Jackson, owner land in eastern Adams County, seeks to pipe water from six wells to the greater Denver area. The North Kiowa Bijou (ground water) Management District has refused to allow such export from the wells pumping a total of 5,250 gallons des- P« r minute. The commission voted to seek a court injunction against the Elmer E. Lundvall, Vernon, Colo., who is accused of irrigating 160 acres of land in the Central Yuma Ground Water Management District without a permit. Gelding Named. Top 'Bucket'4th Year-in-a-Row DENVER (AP)-Jiescent,. an 11-year-old Palomino gelding, has been named the -Bucking Horse of the Year for the fourth straight year,.the Rodeo Cowboys Association announced of Monday. The horse, owned by Beutler Brothers, Void and Cervi rodeo stock contracting combine at Fowler, Colo., was picked in voting by professional rodeo's top 15 saddle bronc riders. .-.Descent is the first horse to win 'the award' four limes. He and his new owner, Harry Void, will be presented a silver mounted halter by the rodeo trade nublication llodeo Sports News at the National Western Rodeo in Denver in January. · ""The horse, owned'by' Butler ana ranch and a descendant of Wan O'War and Fair Play, has been valued at $10,000. DELrFARM FOODS jram C/i»r Top Ttnte, Pur» All Vegetable Me// over · . ; . · ' . , your favor/'M i: 1C vogetoo/W ', ' pkg. 6/1 Borden's--So right for Partlet--6-ct, pkg. Ice Cream Cups or Sandwiches 6lc Makes a groat Hallowe'en Punchl--H-goL Borden's Fruit Drinlc 29c Peanut, Honey, Cinnamon, Strawberry--O-«T. pkg. Chiffon Ice Box Spread 3/$ I kl assorted favors--half pint Johnston's Flavored Yogurt 4/ $ l , Rimer's, Cream Style Golden Corn ... . 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