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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1972 Harvey Komi an directs episode Van Dyke Show LOS ANGELES (CBS) Harvey Korman, Emmy win- ning co-star of The Carol Burnett Show, makes his di- recting debut on an episode of The New Dick Van Dyke Show to be broadcast next season on the CBC Television Network. The episode, written by Warren S. Murray, features Harold Gould in a guest role as a big time Hollywood agent trying to lure Phoenix television personality Dick Preston (Van Dyke) away from Arizona. For Canadians who may be Interested Harvey Korman was bom in Montreal. Tony Arcards on Channel 11 salutes theatre The annual Tony Awards will be presented Sunday. April at 9 p.m. on Channel 11. Great Falls. This is B r o a (I v a y s night and hosts for Hie 2fith annual show are Henry Fonda, Deborah Kc-rr and Peler Ustinov. This year's gala is a snlutc to Richard Rodders and Ethel .'Merman. to allcnd British Pi-inie Minister Ed- ward Heath is to attend the May 17 London performance which will mark the European debut of the National Ballot of Canada. Monday, April Q News Farmers News 0 Another Bewitched Duel at Silver Creek O Irish (0 Movie: 0 Sing and Swing {0 Me and the Q) Secret CO Q) An Essay on Churches 0 Edge of You Go Home QJ One pj Love American Mcvic: The Killers Our Time Out 13 What's the Good CT) Water World El Family Movie: Night of tile kc Tofeprobe 7 News QJ NYcws QJ News Q Adam 12 {0 News Q Hoc-key EJ Hawaii Five-0 (0 Cade's County QJ Mod Squad Q) Movie: Thief (0 Eddie's Father Q Gunsmokc E Marcus Welby Q Mystery Movie (7) TEA QJ Marcus Wclby (0 Doctor in the House Q Mono: Murder Once Removed (0 Ian Tyson Q News (0 The Persuaders (35 News Q Tonight Show Q) Arr.ie 1 6J Petticoat Junction fj News I (51 News Q) Movie: An Amoru'an In Paris Teleprnhe 7 (13) News CT) Charging World J3' Directions O Under Attack (0 David P.'ost Show ABC Films Inc., of New York has acquired worldwide distribution rigiils to Ihe fun- filled gnmc show Amthing You' Can Do, telecasting every af- ternoon, Monday through Fri-' day. from p.m. on the1 CTV Television Network. The; scries is produced by Don Reid j Productions in association with Bushnell Cor.irmin.ioat ions at j the studios of CIOII-TV in Ot-! tawa. ABC is preparing Any- thing You Can Do for natiortal release ill the U.S. feel they arc the ones being discriminated against. Univer- sal Studio, always the most li- iMral of the major sludios in race relations, has had several bomb threats and a few fires which they've kept quiet ,ind (hey blame black militants for them. Another m a j o r problem ahead for movies is a rumored complete rcvampir.p of the rat- ing system. The Mo'jou Picture Association has a brand new code administrator. Dr. Aaron Stern, ,vho won't say anything beyond a statement that there is "no precedent since July 1, the date he took over. Nevertheless, the whispers arc that he leans toward in- creased toughness, partictilar'.y in the GP category. He feels, the stories go, that there should be only two calcpories pic- lures which children should see. and pictures which they shouldn't. those to waste? Paid The C71C paid SW.OOO for lh> righls to two network showings of Goia' Down :hc Ur.rtl, Canadian Film bost fcilm-c film of 1970. Record bciielit Jack Benny raised in a recent benefit concert with the Toronto Symphony, a rec- i ord sum for the symphony. I For three months K-fore Elizabeth Baur of "Ironside" went the Wcs'.crr, series Ihoy (rained her in ride, drive a team, t-hoot a pun and oll-.er Weslera ail-s. In two years on the series, she rode '.wicc, never drove a team and never shot a pin. Now, as a police officer on ''Iron- she carries a pun 'm her purse) but still hasn't figured out how to vse her painfully acquired riding skils. since the scries i-s based in Ear. Francisco. Grammy for Lily Lily Tc'.nlin, or NBC-TV1; "Rowan and Mavlin's Lnupli- captured a Grammy Award in I Me BesL Comedy Hecording for her "This Is a allnim. soi.n of [he CBC French notwovk's sit- uaiion coaialy scri' Quclle have been to i Fr--ce, Switzerland, Luxern-1 bourg, Belgium and Monte j Carlo. Snap decision For Elizabeth Montgonier.'. star of Bewitched, now in iLs year nn the nir. mak- ing Ihe decision :o do Ihe series wr.s a snap. According lo her pyMurcr- husband. Wilham he colled her lo his of- fice one day "I've got a script I'd like ID read to you.'1 "How docs it Liz ai-kcd. 'Once upon a Bill read. "I love it, take Liz rcph'cd. Contcmpo'3'y slylod lowboy console ChfOmacolol 100 Picture Tubo Tilan 100 Hanocradod Chassis Amc-nanc Finc-lumrq Control LIMITED OLMNTITYl world's finest picture! color tv's biggest picture! lull Zenith bandcralteti qualityl super gold video guera tuner customized tuning' Zenith CHROMACOLOR100 .The standard ofexcellence in color tv! SI'S LETHBRIDGE 236 St. N. COALDALE FIRST IN AlBERTA TO SPECIALIZE IN COLOR TV ;