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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGB HERAID SnlurJny, Aiuil 25, 1972 New Canadian TV shows TORONTO (CI'J raiHMlmn 'iiU'iU on lliu CHC's television next fall and winter will be per cent, bolh on total -MO ;md In prime evening view- lime, the corporaliim ;uv today. This a ituTO.nse from the AHHHIL! new shows phiimed iiit1 M'ven Canadian programs: Inures of new with historian Donnlt! t'rviL'litcm plus two liour-long productions from (ho cur- .Ans week y r'l.iinioiir si'ries starting in cK'siyned to embrace the iris la Canada antJ arc unit ttie To the Will! ,vic [K'LK- color productions, uar- l by of faiiuv Thr itr.K A half- liour color scnes f e n t u r 1 n ft Rmtio as a British Col- umbia liL'iK'lH'omhL'i1. It will he prixUKTil at about CO miles noilh of Vancouver. The MurM The bar antl Hit1 of the markotplu'O are outlined in a half -li n 11 consumer show. Teums ui ivporttrs check prices Canada for the best food HIIW, MinilrtMl variety No re .miioimced. iiK1 11 Thirteen ha If programs on the i I'Yeiie'n in Canada plus at least six in a ji if 'loaitnentjjries, all produced by [tie National Film Board, L.C.I. STUDENTS COUNCIL PRESENTS "BYE, BYE BIRDIE" A MUSICAL Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday MAY 16-17-18-19 YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE TICKETS: EACH Available at Leister's or nl the LCI Amonf! V S. stiimlbys to bo soon again iioxt fall lire All in Family. Cunnon, Flip Wil- son, Carol Hiivnclt ami The New Dirk Van Dyke sliow. Man al llic Top, a British slunv, also be seen again. Four TK'W U.S. imports, all prime-limp shows, are Anna anil (lie ol Slam, Mash, Cousin Maude nnd the Julie An- dreg's show. Among h o 11 v -I o n g specials coming up will be The Discover- ers, in dramas telling of the discovery of insulin. Alberta students receive grants OTTAWA tCP) The Na- OoiKil Hest'urch Council an nouiiceil today 43 science schol- j arship grants to graduate stu dents. The scholarships include an mm] grants of for Unfit years willi possible extensions Tor a f o u r t h year. Academic fees and travel costs are also paid by the MIC. The Alberta recipients are: B. tl. Eliason, Welaskhvin; S. A. Scgall. Edmonton; Miss I R. C. Schuller, Edmonton. New schedules effective April 30 Due to the change from Standard to Daylight Saving Time in many areas of Canada, some new Greyhound schedules will tsko effect April 30. With so many trTps to so many places, It's the easy way to go. For your summer holiday, ask about Greyhound's super 14-day Coach Cruise tour, Alaska By Bus, and many more regular or de luxe sightseeing tours. GREYHOUND easy chair fares FROM LETHBRIDGE TO: VANCOUVER S24.30 4 trips daily 2 trips daily vin {slightly lower) CALGARY S 4.45 6 trips daily EDMONTON 511.20 6 trips daily WINNIPEG 521.75 1 trip daily FARES SUBJECT TO CHAHGC WITHOUT NOTICE Sit back and see Canada the easy way! f, GO GREYHOUND and leave the driving to us. Tor fast trnvei facts, charter service and package ex p Inform a Han, contact the Greyhound Bus Depot, 411 5th Street S., Jel. 327-1551, or your local Gj-eyhound tigcnt or travel agent..- c vis ion ncisiiiKility and broad- caster Lome t'riToiie, once .tit aunoimccr with the Canadian Itroadcasliuj! Cmp.. reciMved I he llrondcust Kviu-iiUvcs So- ciety Gold Hussy {or Ms 11 years in Canaiibn radio. Mr. (Ircoiu1. tlie star of llic tele- vision scries Umimmi, ai-cpui- cd the award at llu1 t'auadiim Hadio Commercial Awards dinner at Tornulo whore hR presented some o{ the awards for (he lirsf CaiKidian radio commercials of 1'JTL. Hughes book woman tells own story NEW YORK Karon- ess Nina Von Pallandt. Ihc Eu- ropean singer became cen- ral figure in the Howard Hughes lioax, ]as signed a contract for icr own story. Under the six-figure contract with Walker and Co., the s i n g e v 's autobiography will 'cover all periods of Baroness Van Pallandt's life and back- ,round and include her candid views on life in general i spokesman for her said here. When author Clifford Irving defending as authentic his 'autobiography" of Hughes, the recluse industrialist, he said much of the material was gath- ered in interviews with Hughes in Mexico. But Miss Van Pallandt testi- fied she was with Irving in Mex- ico and that lie was never away from her long enough to have met with Hughes. Irving later admitted the Hughes book was a hoax. MEXICO CITY (AP) Span- actor Jorge Mistral, 49, who played opposite such actresses as Sophia Jxjren, Sirnone Sig- noret and Gina Lollobrigida, shot himself to death yester- day, authorities reported. SATL'llllAY .MDVIH CO.MKIIY: "Carry on Hie p.m., Cli. 7. An irreverent look nt regimental life in 1855 India. MOV1B COMEDY: "Dnctor al 8 p.m., I'll. 13. A doctor leaves St. Swithin's hospital to goon his own hut complications, including a Continental spree with mis-appro- priated funds, impedes his progress. MOVIE DRAMA: "On the p.m., Cli. 7. A story of labor racketeers on the New- York waterfront. MOVIE DHAAIA: "Tliiiiuler Over Hawaii." a.m., C'li. 7. A pleasure cruise is a cover-up for a plan lo rob a local pineapple plantation. SUNDAY NI'OriT: Stanley Cup Semi-final, 12 noon, Cli. The third game between Boston Bruins and the Blues lakes place in St. Louis. SI'OKT: Auto Racing, p.m., Ch. 11. A preview of next month's Indy 500 with action in the Trenton, (N.J.) 200. SPECIAL: Apollo 10, p.m., Ch. 7. Kollowing the third walk the astronauts will prepare for their lift-off back to earth. SPOUT: Pro Golf. 3 p.m., Ch. IS. Tip golfers perform in the 20th Tournament of Champions from La Cosla Country Club, Calif. WILDLIFE: Amlulion Wildlife Theatre. 5 p.m., Ch. 7. A panoramic view of Australia and New Zealand and their strange bird life. SPORT: Stanley {'up Semi-finals, 5 p.m.. Cli. The fourth game of the scries between New York Rangers and Chicago Black Hawks is telecast from New York. MOVIE DRAMA: "San Francisco International p.m.. Cli. A kidnapping and plans for a multi- million dollar robbery spark this drama. SPECIAL: Tuny Awards, i) p.m., Cli. II. A .salute to Broadway's shows and performances widi awards presented to the best in all categories. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. In Budapest the Burtons discuss their lives together and their future. Second of a two-part interview. MONDAY .MOVIE CO.MKDY: "Till- I'm-mi'i-'s Cli. 7. A story about a Swcdisli governess for a U.S. Con- gressman. MOVIE MUSICAL: "Sing and 1 p.m.. til. 1.1. The story of an aspiring singing group InkT.spersixl willi rock-and-roll numbers. Railway line may be dropped EDMONTON (CP) The CNR and CPR have applied for permission to abandon all passenger rail service in Can- ada, Industry Minister Fred Peacock (old the legislature. Tho move is a necessary pre- lude tn requests from the rail- ways lor federal subsidies for passenger service that the Ca- nadian Transport Commission determines is in the public in- terest, the ministetr said. Mr. Peacock was replying lo Ashley Cooper Viking) who asked if the prov- ince would make a representa- tion to public hearings on a CNU apphcaliun to abandon the Edmonton-Vermilion-North Battlcford service. Mr. Peacock said the CTC has not made a decision on a public hearing. LARGEST SPECIES The snapper is Ihe largest lurtle found in Ontario and may reach a weight of 40 pounds. W fin I a sou? geneticist. has adr.ice LONDON (Renter) you want a son, make love in June is Ihe advice of a top geneti- cist in a booklet published here. More hoys are born In Feb- ruary than any olher month, says Dr. Roger Pilkington, 57, hut the reason remains a mystery. For a child to he born in that month it should have been conceived the pre- vious June. EXCLUSIVE ON CABLE T.V. MONDAY, MAY 1st at 8.30 p.m. CHANNEL 1 MOHAMMED ALI-CHUVALO FIGHT LIVE FROM VANCOUVER Exclusive closed circuit coverage for cable TV vieweri PHONE 328-1222 NOW DAY OR NIGHT For your coble TV hook-up arrangemcnls Don't miss these great USED TRUCK 1966 Int. 1100 1 Ton 6 cyl., 3 speed. No. 610311 1966 Ford F-800 Tractor 54950 Complete with 5th wheel 1969 Int. 1100-D Pickup V8, auto, trans., radio. No. 610220 1971 Int. Traveled! V8 auto., P.S., P.B. 1968 Int. Ton 6 cyl.. 3 speed, A-l shape. No. 610287 Oi M 1968 Ford Tandem 5 and 4 trans, Ne paint, chassis and cab. 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