Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The Lcthbtidge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE FREE EXTERIOR CAR WASH WITH ANY PURCHASE OF 3 OR MORE GALLONS OF GAS SUPERSONIC CAR WASH FRIDAY, APRIL 21. 1972 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, APRIL 22 TO APRIL 28, 1972 Peter Wyngarde as Jason King New adventure series on L1V Peter Wyngarde created one lions lo Llie welcoming arms ot of television's most flamboyant many beautiful friends. ________ ,._ Jason Kings insatiable curios- characters when he co-starred as Jason King in the Depart- ment S scries, scon last sea- son on Hie CTV Network. Jason King's ily is flavored with humor and a love of romance. Peter made his first acting dchut he Jason King is a mystery wri-', wrote and starred in his own ter who explores the world dig-; adaptation o[ "Dr. Jekyll ar.d gmg out mntcrhil lac his best: Mr. Hyde" a Japanese in- selling novels. No longer at- 1 tcrment camp in Lung tachcd to the old Department j Cliinn during the last war. S or Id Intcrpol, King allows rjorn Marseilles. France every kind of adventure to en- r and the son of a British diplo- gulf him. He becomes involved Iri3ti attended in everything from intcrna- schools in France. Switzerland tionnl to local rcvoia- anti Following a brief lions, from comedy fined siliia- period studying law. he joined a London advertising ager.cy. lye.wsman on oral Charles Lucct, Lhc Ambassador to Hie. SUiles, Virus conferred signia of Chevalier of gion of Honor on N [1C correspondent Edwin In, conferring Lhc a Lucet cited "the fine judgment and wit which television scries as The Saint, have char.icterizwl Mr. New- j The Trisoncr and The Avcng- man's news prcscntalions. and i crs. his many contribution.-; io the j Jason King wiK be seen development of television as a cv.di Wednesday evening on news and cultural I Llie CTV Network. The tournament of champions with, a field limi- ted to golfers who have won a major PGA tournament in the past 12 months wilt be televised, live and in color, on the CTV Television Network, Sunday, April 2'J, at p.in. on Channel 13. The golf broadcasting team or Chris Scl-e-'kcl, Jim McKay. Frank Giffoitl ar.d B'-id Pal- mer will report the final round from the La Cosla Country Club in Kanc'i-o La Cosla, Cali- fornia as I he wo'.'ld's greatest golfers conipcle fur first of SX'l.COfl. Jack Nicklaus outclassed the field in last year's fournr.incr.t of champions, winning by eight strokes with a 270. He won the 1D71 PGA Chompionsliip, the Byron Nelson Golf Classic. Lhc Bing Crosby Pro-Am, the Doral Eastern Open and the Disney World title. He has earned more at this stage of the PGA lour than any golfer in history. Other champions in the field, with their qualifying victories of the past 12 months, are Arnold Palmer Lee Trevino (U.S. Open. Canadian Open. Danny Thomas Memphis Open, Sahara Invitational, Tallahas- see George Archer fGlen Campbell Los Ange- les Open, Greater Hartford Open. Greensboro Open': Gary Player Greater New Orleans Open) and Tom Wcis- kopf (Jackie Gleason fnverr- ary Classic, Kcmper Open, Philadelphia Also entered arc Frank Beard. Tony Jacklin, Billy Cas- per. Miller Br.rbcr, llomcro Blar.cas. Bob Goalby, a u 1 ITarncy, Bob Rosburg, Jerry Heard and Dave Stockton. Jack Nkklaus and Lee Trevino Russia vs Czechoslovakia in World Cup hockey final CTV's Wide World Of Sports, Saturday. April 22 at p.m. presents the battle of the year in the World Hockey Cham- pionships when Russia, the de- fending champion, moots Czechoslovakia, in the second game of a double romd robin series. In co-operation with Czecho- television CTV Sports Director, Johnny Esaw. has ar- ranged to produce a videotape of this outstanding match for Wide World Of Sports. The Czech team has been waiting for the past few years for the championship to be played on their home ice to quit lo an in the studied bv in a varicly uf 3.3 OS i companies lie his first eritieal a Kennv when he played and the "Si. niul ji'ay MeKennn, and then called the I of o p p s i t Ihe re- 1C has starred in over (he scvrral to CTV's ard. countless stape plays On Saturday. n.s appcnrar.ccs 22 at p i v c them the necessary shot in the arm Lo take on tiic j vorcd Russians. This malcli is always more than a 1 game; it is n ma'.tcr of na- tionalism taking over where maximum talent leaves o.'f and should make an exciting spe- cial presentation for hockey j fans across Canada. Esaw believes thai wiihin the I year Canada will be competing I in the World Hockey Chsm- pionships. Such coilocution j will be telecast by CTV Sports. which for many years has pre- scnted exclusive coverage of. World Hockey action. Prod nicer of "The Godfather to colleei: Jason Robnrds needs no in- troduction, lie lias ed himself UircuisliiHit the world as one of ihc finosl ac- tors ever lo perLomi on .st.'igc or .screen. IIOLI.'V'AVOOD Producer was .T salesman. Al fiot n ?50.00ll pro- hired liini lie u-or'.vCd !n ducrr's fci- fm- makir.i; The a A minian Gu-cifalher. plus of caniu in for .1 suit io every cloibr s: ni'.d Al >oM I'.or million. Nalurally. lha: Iwo of p.'.r.t.s. nir.de hefnre lix- hlorljjusiing business of Hie ir.mie now is cxpccled lo fiross 5100 million and a lot Toronto pi-ntln: list Dr. Cliapple. cuk-L-d It is estimated Uiat ?vxry one of the five annual will make himself a; least an CBCsons wrilinr; conlests and al Ia> Sl.il miillon from the mree ;imes been a won movie I're'.ty gooJ for a 22- first prize this year a year-old fellow who siurlicd nospcl number, arcliiiwuro al USC. lie also 'Hand. RECORD OF THE WEEK GORDON LIGHTFOOT REPRISE RECORDS STORE HOUSS: Open Dally 9 a.m. lo p.m. Thursday nnd 9 a.n. lo 9 p.m. Villogc. Tcloplion.! 373.