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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Variety series stars Paul Horn The great jazz musician, Paul Horn, will be starring in his own musical variety series on the CTV Television Network be- ginning in May. Throughout his career, Horn has worked with top entertain- ers including Duke Ellington, Nat Cole, Tony Bennett, Frank Sinatra and the Beatles. He's He's still confused! Rock Hudson, star of NBC- TV's "McMillan and says that when he made his first movie, "Fighter Squadron, in 1348, he was confused by the bustle on the set. "It was a terribly uphill climib, trying to understand what was happen- he says. "Now I know what's happening, but I still don't understand it." written hundreds of musical scores including "Ballad of a Bad "The Three Stooges" and National Film Board of Canada scores; made many television appearances Tonight "The Steve Allen movie appear- ances "Sweet Smell of Suc- cess" and "Wild and Wonder- and has won countless awards including two Grammys, Who's Who in America and Out- standing Young Mien in Ameri- ca. The director of the show is John WinthOT, a free-lance dir- ector. At age 39 he has had a wide variety of experience in both directing and producing in all facets of television. Win- ther has directed such shows as "The Sonny and Cher Com- edy two Rolling Stones specials, a Frank Sinatra Spe- cial, the "Shindig" series, CTV's "Story Theatre" and PAGE 3 Viewers applaud series accJaimed CTV series "ITie Life and Times of Lord Mountbatten" has drawn very favorable res- ponse from viewers across Canada since the series went on the air in February. It has been a privilege and a joy to watch such a fine ser- presented with great I can't recall enjoying a series are just a few of the com- ments fron viewers indicating how well the series is being received. "The Life and Times of Lord Mountbatten" is a recount of his illustrious life and career and is narrated by Mountbatten himself, us- ing historical material from his own collection and from the archives of the world. Sunday, April 22 Ql Farm News Q 4rchlc's Fun House QD Christopher Closeup O Harlem Globetrotters Pinocchio ID This Is the Life (H) Thought for the Day 03 4-H Clubtime O Lamp Unto My Feet 8 Gospel Hour Revival Fires IB University of the Air O3 People's Church g Gospel Hour Day of Discovxry O Kathryn Kuhlman O Niven Miller O Sunday Hour Q Face the Nation SRev. Solbreckken Make a Wish O Faith for Today Q Consultation Day of Discovery (D Curiosity Shop 03 Oral Roberts Q Meet the Press O Pet Set (7) TBA 0 Face the State fD Easter Services from St. Patrick's Cathedral 03 Under Attack O Reach for the Top 11 30 O Carroll College Easter Choir (7) Agriculture Today 12.00 CD Rex Humbard Q NHL SUPER EASTER SPECIAL SCRAMBLER 72 four stroke OHC single-cylinder. Street legal. 4 speed constant men transmission. Speeds up to 60 m.p.h. Regular Easter Special LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE SALES SERVICE 1117 2nd AVE. S. PHONE 327-8889 Southern Alberta's Largest and Most Progressive Motorcycle Dealer Is it possible to relate the be- ayior patterns of insects and animals to man? Are there universal laws that govern all ving creatures? These two questions and oth- rs pertaining to man's rela- onship with himself and soci- ty are explored on CD NBA 0 Young People's Concert Q3 Market Place 0 NHL Hockey 09 Debate 03 Rural Report Howard Cosell Q3 Pentecost Presents 0 Sports Week ID Tournament of Champions Golf 3 00 03 David and Goliath's Easter 0 Simon Locke, MD. 3.30 03 Pendulum 0 Sports Illustrated 0 Thy Shall Rise 4-00 0 Love OD Untamed World 0 Sixty Minutes 03 Garner Ted Armstrong IP Man Alive 0 Country Canada 5 00 0 Lassie Q3 Movie: Don't Just Stand There 0 Audubon CD Gold Medal Special 5-30 This is Your Life 0 World of Disney 0 Irish Rovers G 00 CD Lawrence Welk 0 Disney World G 30 03 Let Them Live 0 Adam 12 7.00 HI Portrait A Man Whose Name Was Johr 0 Beachcombers EB Guns moke 03 The Protectors 7.30 03 Mountbatten 0 Black Beauty 8.00 CD Movie: Three on a Couch 0 Julie Andrews 0 Mystery Movie 03 Mannix 0 Sunday at Nine 03 Touch of Grace 0 MASH 63 ws O CBC Weekend CD Bobby Goldsboro 0 Mission Impossible (SB News O News QJ) News (S) News (7) CJOC News CD Insight (33) Oil Report 03 News 03 Oil Report 0 News Q3 Question Period (7) Sunday Hour 0 Travelure 0 Movie: Has Seen My Gal Merv Griffin 1 Final game for world tockey title Saturday afternoon, April 21, he CTV Television Network presents another great sports pecial, "World Championship the final game be- ween Sweden and Russia. This year the championships are being held in Russia, fwst- ed by the city of Moscow. Since lie Canadian win in the Can- ada-Russia hockey series even mom attention is focused on world hockey championships as they become more exciting and controversial. Canada is absent from the games and he match between Russia and Jzechosflovaikia, arch rivals on he ice promises exciting hoc- cey for this final game to decide :he championships. CTV Sports Director Johnny Esaw will be on hrnd with CTV camera crews to bring the ivent to Canadian viewers as ae has done for many years. Are there universal laws governing all creatures? Wins lop award for sound effects "Short Walk To Daylight' lias won the Motion Picture Editors award for excellence in sound effects editing for 1972 James Broltn, co-star of CTV'i Marcus Welby MD. starred aL a young policeman who leads a group of eight terrified peo- ple trapped in a New York City subway tunnel after an earthquake devastated the city above them. >Iogy: Doing What Comes Nat- urally" by CTV's Thursday ev- ening documentary serie 'Here Come The elecasting April 26, at p.m.- on Channel 7. The program speaks to Har- vard University anthropologist rven DeVore, who suggests here is evidence that both man and primates and even certain other animals are biologically >rogrammed to behave the way they do. Professor De- Vore also talks about the striv- ing for status, a characteristic man shsa-es with other crea- tures. Dr. Robert Trivers, who Li presently studying the biologi- cal origin of human behavior, suggests, "Unpleasant as it may sound, I think there are certain components in our be- havior that predispose us to- wards things like warfare.'1 Mike Connors, Ed Asner top bosses LOS ANGELES (CBS) Mike Connors, star of Man- nix, and Ed Asner, star of The Mary Tyler Moore Show, both on CBS-TV, have been honored by the National Secretaries Association. The group voted Connors the "best boss on television" Asner the "top comedian boss." Two years ago, the secre- taries cited Gail Fisher, who plays Connors' secretary on Maimix, for the best perform- ance typifying a real-life ef- ficient secretary. son guests On Tuesday, April 24 at 9-30 p in, Sylvia, Ray Materick Don Francks and Mac Wise- man and The Shenandoah Cut Ups join Ian and The Grea Speckled Bird on "The lai Tyson telecasting over the CTV Television Network. Jackie Gleason returns to TV LOS AN'GELHS (CBS) Jackie Gleason returns to television after a three year absence in a one-hour com- edy-va-iety special to be presented during the 1373-74 season on the CBS network. Although Gleason has been represented on CBS by his golf tournament The Jackie Gleason Inverrary Classic this special marks the enter- tainment return of the talent- ed comedian. 90 chassis. Mediterranean styling, b'ock matrix tube, push button tuning, automatic color CO 1 Q and tint. Reg. 949.95. NEW NAME SALE PRICE I 9 VAN'S TV SALES AND SERVICE 1238 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-5020 ;