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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOMI AWAITS Ypu MARQUIS HOTEL The LctWnridgc Herald TELEVISION GUIDE HANNIGAN'S 328-4038 FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1970 LISTINGS SATURDAY, APRIL 25 TO FRIDAY, MAY 1 Special Summer Shows In addition to seven new scries included in the line-up of programs lor the summer sea- son, CTV has scheduled a long list of exciting specials that cover a wide range of. subjects. They vary from adventure :with a group ot amateur mountain- eers to entertainment from Canada's favorite singers, Ian and Sylvia, from an informa- tive report on the White Pa- per on Taxation to a look at the color and excitement of Expo 70. Following is a list of the spe- cials scheduled: THE QUEBEC Wednesday, April p.m. Live. CTV's Kent hosts this special covering the Que- bec Provincial elections. AND ON THE EIGHTH DAY May 1, p.m. A thought provoking look the problems of pollution 'in Brk- Canada and the United States, and at the men who are trying to do something about Swm. REPTILES AND AMPHIB- IANS Saturday, May 2, p.m. A National Geogra- phic Society special that traces the history of such cold-blood- ed creatures as .frogs, tortoises, makes and salamanders back some 250 million years to the prehistoric ago of dino- NASHVILLE NORTH Sun- 'day, May 3, p.m. In this half-hour of music and song Ian Tyson and guest Syl- .vla Tyson, Great Speckled Bird, Anne Murray and Green and Stagg treat viewers to a demonstration of the country- rock sound Canadian style. Spe- cial guest is Bobby Boare. ONCE BEFORE I DIE Tuesday, May 5, p.m. The susponscfiJ Tecord of six amateur mountaineers who at- tempt to fulfil their ambition to be among the lew than 100 men ever to climb feet. The peak they tackle Kolfcl- Tunday in the Hindu Kush .Mountain Range in Afghani- stan A TAXING PROPOSITION- Friday, May p.m An examination of Fi- nance Minister Edgar Bemwm's controversial White. Paper on Taxation. SPECIAL (Concluded on Page 3) THI ONCE, AND FUTURI JUPRIMH: Cindy', Mary Wilion, Jean and Diana ROM. Supremes Face Life Without Diana By ROGER- DOUGHTY FREEPORT, Grand Bahama Island (NBA) Berry. Gordy Jr. picked Freeport as the locale for chapter one of "The' Selling of the Supremos, he knew what he was doing. He always does. Freeport Isn't tte kind of place where you'd expect to run into anything very wi- preme, let alone the since the only really su- premo about.the island are the conch chowder (Bahamian soul food) and the golf courses, of which there are many. Natural, ly the were big attraction when they showed UPfhore are those who say that "The Selling of the Supremes, 1970 should be subtitled "How to Avoid Probate. While Letting Diana Ross Do Her Own but Gordy, the black Horatio Alger of the record business (he owns Motown, four other labels and a lot of other things) disagrees: "The girls are booked solid for .the next three or four he says, so you figure there's not much chance they'll cause any embarrassment to Labor Secretary Shultr (or Gordy) when he figures out the unemployment statistics. "What you have to remem- Gordy was saying, "is that most of these bookings were lined up before Diana split the group. Now we have to start working on the three or four- that come after that." The scene of all this spar- kling dialogue a villa at the King's Inn where the Di- anilnft were break- Ing In their new act, which juct happens to sound lot Hke their old act. Jean Terrell, Diana's re- placement, was sitting Owe, right In the middle of things, with Mary Wilson, the only ori- ginal Supreme still around, on her right and Cindy Birdsong split wide to the left, sort of hiding behind a big bowl of flowers. Even at high noon, In they looked pretty great.. Jean used to slnf with her brother, Ernie Terrell, who al- ternated between picking his guitar and punching people In the prixe ring as a heavyweight championship contender. She seems very sure of her- self. "Mary and Cindy have ft lot to do with my she claimed. "They don't have any In me, so I have to make up for it by having enough for throe people." "With Jean In the smiles Gordy "we have some- thing unique going for us. If you write anything- bad about the girls, Ernie comes around and beau up on you." SneakUy I shifted over to Mary, who seemed less likely to slug me, and if she might be thinking about go- Ing the solo route. she almost shouted. "The are legend. When Florence -left the group, we knew Cindy had that Supreme quality, she was chosen to join us. When Diana left, we knew Jean had that Supreme quality, so here she is. But me? I ain't leaving." 'With Diana, volun- Daylight Time Begins April 26 Television viewers are re- uiBded that effective April M, Dayllfkt Une is force. Special atteaUw sknM tmUr UiUigs make sure any cbaege 1st for favorite programs Is Alberta, If NOT day- light time. teered Cindy, parting the flow- en, "we all get to do our own things. I even get to talk once in awbilc." But not too much. At least not when Berry is around. (Newspaper EBierprlse QUIUCO AI fCARPIA Louit Quilico, Canodo't in- ternationally renowned operatic baritone, start at Scorpio, the vlllalnout chief of police. In the TV vertlon of telecast In color on the CBC-TV network, Wed- nesday, April 29, 8-10 p.m. The production alto ttart Clarice Carton of the Metropolitan Opera (another Can- adian ttnger who hot won international recognition) in the title role. Shop and Save at HOYT'S During Our PRO SPRING Into SPRING SALE! Y DELIVtRID TO YOUR DOOR! OPEN THE COLORFUL PRO HARDWARE FLYER DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR! THE Y_- PHONE 3J7-S767 6O6-oOi 3rd AViiNOE 1. QARDEN MASTER "PVIN p CILl FLASHLIGHT BATTERIES SPRINO SPECIAL 2 II" 3 H.P. ROTARY LAWN MOWER Eaiy recall 4 Brians and Sirallon engine. CA QK SPECIAL 50' RUBBER VINYL GARDEN HOSE 6.97 NOW OSCILLATING SPRINKLER 3.97 SPKINO SPICIAL DELUXE SLEETINO SAO. IJ.fS, NOW WHEELBARROWS SPECIAL 9.88 4x6 WEB LAWN Lawn Chair 3.88 13.88 ;