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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBWDGE HERALD, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1970 Canada's Operatic Stars Featured In Puccini's Tosca Carefree Existence In Bora-Bora Tfcsca, the Puccini opera in- spired by a stage ploy featur- ing the grant Sarah Berohardt, will be telecast to color on CBC-TV, with two of Canada's brightest operatic stars in the leading roles. Both are natives at Montreal. Clarice Carson of the Met- ropolitan Opera and Kings the part of Flccia Tosca, the famous singer tec whom the opera is named. LOUIB QuiUco, currently a hit in the New York City Opera production of Pellew and Me- Bssande, is cast te the vil- lainous Baron Scarpin, chief of police, in this TV version of Tosca produced by Noel Gau- via at CBC Montreal and Men on the French network earlier this season. Tosca. will be telecast on CBC-TV Wednesday, April 8-10 p.m. The color production tlto stan 'Mlchele Holese, of the New York Ctty Opera com- pany, in the tenor role at vuradossi. Conducting the performance of Puccini's opera, which Is sung in the original Italian, is Jean Doslaurietw. Wednesday, April 29 of Our lives Newlywed Game QH Our Town (5) Peyton Place Doctors Dating Game Magistrate's Court McHalt's Navy Cartoons Another World City Q) Secret Storm HUlbillics Buckshot Edge of Night One. Life Movie: Magnificent Matador Q Movie: One That Got Away Shadows Gomor Pyle Mike Douglas Love in a Many Splcndored Thing (D General Hospital jfi Unklctter (ft Take 30 m People in Conflict fAndy Griffith That Girl Edge of Night Doctor's Diary Q Cronkite News m Bewitched ft Galloping Gourmet Bewitched in TV-5 News The Lucy Show Banana SpBto Wynne's Pad u lice Haw Q RuEtley-Brinklcy (0 Flintstoncs g The Beatles Q Nows (B Lucy Show Qp Three Stooges OD News a The Virginian flu Hngnh's Hcroee (D My Three Sons O Gunsmoke 4B Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) Room 22C Q Music Hall Johnny Cash (0 Quebec Election News Sp. 0 Tosca Medical Center Flying Nun Englebert Kumperdinck Slow fB Movie: My Geisha O Ncws (D TVS News O Tonight Show JQ Mcrv Griffin CB Ghost and Mrs. Muir TEA CO News News Telcprobe 7 10 CFCN News O I Spy 11-40 IB Pierre Berton US) Movie: Sergeant A Lady TO Our Town (H) Today The mini tray Honda is euerybody's movement CT-rb TRAIL STREET LEGAL Playmate1 for anyone, young or old. Tough. 5 H.P. O.H.C. 4 engine. up near 50 m.p.h. AvailobU in Candy Sapphire Blue, .Candy Ruby Red and Candy Gold. Z-50A MINI TRAIL Fun for 'everyone. Anyone from 7 to 77 can ride lliri bika. Pipe, frame, lolc- Kopie fork, fronf end rear brakci end 4 enfltne. LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE 1307 3rd Ave. S. OPEN FRIDAY UNTIt 9 P.M. In this hectic TwentieGi Cen- tury it is still possible to escape, into OK mythical paradiseof a South Pacific Island. CTVs Wilderness Winners Announced In departure from pact yean, the CBC's Wilderness Award committee an- nounced four medal winners in the seventh annual comoeli- Bon for outstanding pertonu- MMC in programs on film made by or for CBC-TV and telecast in 1869. Escape Into Paradise There Is no' winner of Wilderness Award Trophy gram Uis year. The four medal any one sincJc outstanding pro-, recipients are Jeen Lctarte, producer at CBC's French television, net- work in Montreal; Grahamc Woods, cameraman, p I a y- wright and director, of To- ronto; Frank Williams, pro- ducer, CBC English television network In 'Montreal; and David Pcddie, CBC Toronto as- sociate producer of film drama. CTV Presents Tournament Of Champions The Tournament of Champions, wiUi a field limited to (.he gsHcrs who have won major tournaments during the last 12 months, will be telecast live and in color on the CTV Television Network, Sunday, April 26, nt 1 p.m. on Channel 13. The 18th annual Tournament of .Cbannpions so far includes 29 leading professional golfers, ail of whom have won major tournaments during the last year. Last year's Tournament of Champinns was woo by Gory Player wno received prize money. This year, as last, the Townvuncnit will be held at the La Costa Country Club in Rancho La Costa, Cali- fornia. Untamed World visite n 35- year-old man who has escaped from the hustle and bustle to Bora-Bora Paradise on The Challenging Sea, Sunday April 26, 'p.m. on Quoad 13. Erwfa Christian now lives Bora-Bora in the Society Islands. For the most part he enjoys the same Und of care- tree existence for which legend- ary figures such ae Fletcher Christian Paul GMJguin are famous. On UK practical side Chris- tian makes a living guiding tourists and.-thus helps "spread the word of paradise." He takes visitors on boat ndes at nightfall as the lagoon and the sky turn purple. AnoUicr expedition, and one on m-huch we join, him, is a tour through the magical world-of coral beneath the water's surface. Tnis is the -underside -of paradise" a realm rarely seen or explored by even the experienced trav- eler. The climax of this episode All-Male Cast An all-male cast makes up the NBC Setur- day night movie of April 25. The historical action spectacle, filmed on location in the Valley of toe Nile and the Egyptian desert, details the exploits of British General Charles Gordon in the Sudanese revolt against combined forces of Egypt Special (Concluded from Front Page) CANADA DAY AT EXPO Tuesday, June 2, p.m. A look at Canada's participa- tion in Expo '70 being held at Osaka, Japan. SPECIAL GENTRY H Thursday, .Tune 4, p.m. That beautiful Southerner Bobbie Gentry stars in this hour of music and comedy with pucsts Bobby GoHsboro, Rick Nelson, Fannie Flagg, Joe South and Canadian group the Sugar Shoppe. THE SEASONS: JOURNEY INTO SUMMER June 5. p.m. The sec- ond of four specials dealing with the seasons this one looks at summer and the long, lazy days that follow the fren- zied activity of Spring. QUEBEC DAY AT EXPO Sunday, July 19, p.m. A visit to the Quebec Pavilion at Expo '70. JAPAN DAY AT EXPO Sunday, July 19, p.m. Featuring the celebrations for Japan's National Day at Expo '70. For Die ardent sports fans CTV lias live cover- age of five major golf tourna- ments being held dining toe next few months. finds Christian taking 8 newly married couple to a deserted island for a honeymoon in para- disc. He returns a short time flier to return, ratter ro- 1uclantly, back to civilization. Neic Post For Marlde On CBC TORONTO Mark- Ic, 49-yow-oM- writer, director and producer' recently was nam- ed head of television drama for the Canadian BrosdccstinE Cor- poration. The appointment is effective- June 1. Thorn Benson, director of en- tertainment programs, said Mr. Marfclc, A person of recog- nized stature in the dramatic field throughout the world, will' be responsible for the organiza- tion and development of drama in Toronto and the CBC's Eng- lish services division. Mr. Benson said La-urel Crosby will continue in the rolo of planning and production di- rector of television drama. "Fletcher has been involved in drama for the last 30 yews, .one of the pioneers of Canadian radio drama along with Andrew Allon, Bernie Braden, John Esse said Benson, "and I fed lie will influential in the dcvclop- television drama." WISHING WELL SALE DAYS LEFT Who Wooden Ntckeli Aren't Worth Anything) For Yeurwlf JUST A FEW RCA DISHWASHERS LOT AT CLEAR-OUT PRICiS COAIDALF, A1AERTA 345-3172 236 13th ST. N. LETHMIDCE 121-2235 ;