Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
A.WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The Utltbruige Herald TELEVISION GUIDE HANNIGAN'S 328-4038 10, 1970 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, APRIL 11 TO FRIDAY, APRIL _17 Apollo 13 Moon Mission Seen On All TV Networks TVf AN'S third attempt to vland on the moon will be cov- ered by nil television networks this, coming week. "Aquarius on the Moon: Tlic Flight of .Apollo the third manned lunar landing mission juid the first targeted for a touchdown in the moon's high- lands, will be covered in color on a scries of CBC television reports beginning with blastoH Saturday, April 11 at 11 a.m.. and ending with splashdown on Tuesday, April 21, at approxi- mately p.m. U.S. astronauts James A. Lovell Jr., the only veteran astronaut on this mission. along with his two "rookie" crcwmatcs, Thomas K. Mot- 'thigly II and Fred W. Halsc Jr., will spend 10 days out in space with Lovell: and Halsc scheduled to roaKe two tele- vised moon walks during their 33-hour stay on tire moon's sur- face. vrr" sctwni'lod .for. touch- down .In the hilly area of Fra" Mauro at p.m., ,Wcdncs- Canada Produces U.S. Show CTV Network president Mur- ray Chercovcr has announced that The Barbara McNair Show, currently seen in syndication in _________ major V.3, television markets, j and Halsc will carry'entrcnch- 1s to be produced in Canada for i ing tools and specially designed "tote bags" for the first time. For easier .identification Lov- ell will wear red arm and knee day, April -US'. Coverage of this event begins, on CBC-TV nt .p.m.1 CBC television coverage will originate from CBS, with host Walter Ci'onfclte joined by Wal- ter M. Schlrra, a former astro- naut, as special analyst. Gor- don Donaldson and Lloyd Rob- bertson will act as CBC hosts during, the entire coverage. Live color pictures t direct from the moon arc planned for CTV's coverage of the ten day lunar mission by Apollo scheduled-to be launched from Cape Kennedy at nately a.m., April 11. Saturday Journey to the Moon: The Flight Of. Apollo 13 will present 16 programs including cover- age of the launch, the two; four-hour moon walks, (ached-: uled for April 10 and 17) and the splashdown and recovery: on April 21. There will also bo pictures from the Command ship "Odyssey" and coverage .of., the- moon, landing of the _..._ Unlike the earlier moon land ings, i Apollo 13 is expected to land on a hilly, upland area ot the moon that is quite different from the dry seas and level mares previously chosen. During the second moon walk Die erew is expected to move as far as feet away from the Lunar Module. The astro- nauts' equipment will include an electrically powered drill allowing them to probe as deep as eight to ten feet below the moon's surface to gather soil samples and implant heat-flow measurement devices. Lovcll the 1970-71 season and will -be seen on CTV, The scries will be co-production between Win- lers-R o s c n Productions and CTV, and will be produced In Toronto using the facilities of CFTO-TV. The series is produced by, Jorn Wlnther. who before mov- surface. ing to the United States pro-' camera will also be in duced many Canadian television in their equipment in ca programs at CFTO. A roster of color should fail as it programs Canadian talent will be included among the guests for the 1970- 71 season. Another former Canadian resident and broadcasting per- sonality, Alex Barris, is head writer on the scries and will be bands on '.his spaccsuit. The bands are expected to be high- ly visible on the new color tele- vision camera that the crew will tic using on tlw moon's A black and white included isc the did on the Apollo 12 mission. For the first time the crew will also Jiave a motion picture camera and a lunar topograpliic cam- era. CTV's Harvey Kirck will fill his row-customary role as an- itlL uu---------- returning to Toronto in this'ca- chorman for coverage of the oatity. Apollo 13 mission.' McQueen Battles Andretti In Sebiing Grand Prix An exclusive interview with actor Steve McQueen will be in- cluded in CTV's coverage of the Sebring 24-hour Grand Prix of Endurance to be telecast on Saturday April 11, p.m. on channel 13. McQueen was a competitor in UK gruelling race and pro- gram also includes film of an exciting battle between his Por- sche and Mario Andretti's Fer- rari. McQueen, who co-drives a Porsche 908 Spydcr with Peter Revson, is not a newcomer to the track. Until a few years ago, when motion pictures be- gan to occupy the major portion of liis time, he was an active racer. In 1DG2 he finished in the top 10 at Sebring in a three-hour numerous lesser events in Cali- fornia.. He signed to drive in the- Se- bring race with Peter Revson. the Revlon cosmetics heir and one of tlw best drivers in UK sports. Revson finished fifth in the Indianapolis '500' as a rookie last year. Later this year McQueen will compete in LcMans and he also plans (o make a film about tliis famous race. The 1969 world driving champion, Jackie Stew- art, will be his team mote. Gets Nod Man on the Moon, CBC News' recorded history of tlw epic Apollo 11 moon landing in July 19C9, has been nominated for a sports car race and lie has won 119G9 Grammy Award, Bob Hope Special Monday A television scries called "Odd lyrics for today's counlry-and-wcstom songs, and women invading Urc province of commercial airline pilots pro- vide targets for comedy when "Chrysler Presents the Bob Hope on the CBC Tele- vision Network, Monday, April IX in color, to p.m. on channel 7. Phyllis DiUcr, Buddy Greco, Uw Spurrlows and special guest star Ann-Margrct will join Bob In a series of comedy sketches, Greco will sing "Hair" med- ley and Ann-Margret will sing and dance in a special produc- tion number. With Ann-Margret, Bob will star in "Odd a special TV aclion drama. Hope's sketch with Buddy Greco will concern the change in song lyrics in hunger, sadness and despair supplanting yesterday's roman- tic lyrics.' Phyllis Dillcr will appear as America's first woman commer- cial airlijic pilot in a sketch with Hope. The Spurrlovs, a teen-age singing and dancing group who promote driving safety for young people, will do 'one num- ber from (lie show tlicy present across the nation in high schools. Chef Huntlcy To Gel Award NBC News correspondent Chct Huntley will be among those honored at the 10th an- nual George Washington Awards dinner given by the A m c r i can Hungarian Studies Foundation Wednesday, April 15, in the Grand Ballroom of the Plaza Hotel in New York City. Mr. Huntlcy will receive a 1970 George Washington Award. In name and symbolism the award was inspired by Uic sta- tue of Washington erected in the -City Park of Budapest in 1906 by Hungarian immigrants. living in America. DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave. S Phone 327-5767 NORTH LETHBRIDGE 324 13th St. N. Phone 328-4441 Last Call! Sale Ends April 15th! 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