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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Maiiv Hollywood stars J are Bob Hope's neighbors THE LETHDRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1972 How you like to live next door to Bob Hope? Dorothy Lamour lives across the street from Hope and laughs when asked if Coif balls ever travel from Hope's golf course lo her property. Hope and Miss Lamour live in Toluca Lake, section of North Hollywood, Calif., adjacent to Burbank, where Hope's NBC- TV specials are taped. II you were to walk through Toluca Lake, it would be a kind of star trek for many stars in all .areas of the entertainment bus- jr.ess live there. Many like the community be- cause it is convenient to the movie and television studios and is less famous than Bev- erly Hills. Buses of tourisls rarely, if ever, go out of Jieir way to find Toluca Lake and the residents, therefore, enjoy a kind of seclusion. Across the street from Hope, in another direction from Miss Lamour, lives Jo Anne Worley. Jonathan Winters resides on a street directly behind the Hope home. Joe Campanella (of NBC-TVs "The Bold lives near- by. Ken Berry and his wife, Jackie Joseph, are about three blocks away. Also in the im- mediate neighborh o o d are Frankie Ava'on, Fabian, Keely Smith, comic Dave Ketc hum and George Shearing. IE Hope limited his guest stars to liis neighbors, he could still do several specials a year. Monday, May 1 Styk O Movie: Vanishing Frontier 0 Another (0 ITovie: Lavender Hill Mob QJ Secret Slorm 0 Edge of Nigit QJ Ore Life 0 Love American QJ Our Lives (0 What's the Good Word 0 Family Affair H) General Hospital O McHalc's Navy O Take Thirty QJ Three On A Match O Another World 0 Lucy Show I Edge o[ Night" BJ Dating Game (0 Anything You Can 0 Amateur's Guide to Love Family Court _l My Three Sons (0 Batman i QJ Split Second CO Drop In 0 News QJ Bewitched Buckshot 0 Truth or Consequences 0 News (0 Family Affair a Let's Make a Deal El-News O TV-5 News C0 I Drenni of Joannic CO Tcloprobc 0 Here's Lucy fjTl News Xews QJ Bewitched Q Irish Rovers 0 Laugh-In (0 Beat the Cock QJ Monday Night Sports (0 Movie: The Movie (S3) Collcdgc en Campus CO Water World 0 Doris Day QJ Movie: Daring Gair.e Q Partridge Family O Movie: Don't Look Behind You Q Cannon (0 Nichols (0 Pig and Whistle Q Front Page Challenge Q Nature of Things UJ News 0 News (0 Ironside 0 Tonight Show QJ Mary Tyler Moore 0 Man at U'j Centre y) News (0 News QJ Movie: Paris Docs Strange Things TeleproVjc 7 (0 Apollo IS fjT} Our Chancing World (JJi 0 The Avengers (0 David Frost 12M.1 (7) Slanipcde Wrestling Roer Miller on 'River' On Saturday April 20 si p.m. Kenny Rogers and (.ho First Edition welcome Roger Miller, Tobi Lark and David W'iffin to spend an hour of music and comedy on CTV's Rollin' On The River. The long running Toronto production of "Hair'1 was a i success in many ways. It al- j lowed for the debut of a num- ber of young performers who previously were relatively un- known. One member of the cast who attracted a lot of attention was singer Tobi Lark. ANOTIFER EPIC BBC-TV currently is filming a version of War and Peace to bo showr. in 20 one-hour instal- ments. TOMMY HUNTER RECEIVES AWARD CBC Tension star Tommy Hunter (loft) is shown cs he received the Canadian Cystic Fibrosis National Communications Award from 15-year-old John M. Powell in Toronto recently. Young Mr. Powell suffers from Cystic fibrosis. Hunter, whose show rs seen ecch Friday night on CBC-TV, took part in a film produced by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. ican may ivreck Canada LONDON, Out. fCP) Con-' overshadowed tinned dominance by United j (lie present time nnd. if [he in- states programs of much of Ca- nadian TV mny wreck Canada, KnoAvlton Nnsh, director of TV informal-ion programs for Lhc CBC, said here. Mr. Nrsli. tlic I.nn- dim of Commerce, said it would he shnrl-sifzlucd formation and culiurnl invasion continues, we may not have a Canada very much longer. "Only a Canadian system of information distribution can re- inin C.Tindi-in society. UM alor.c inteqrnle. nourish and i "there are several insiilu- and disastrous to confine Crir.a- j lions in this country which arc dinn siations lo Canadian-made j in the forefront of this figlil for TV but he added; i the preservation of our Cana- "Canadian programs arc nian identity. "There is, of course, the prin- I cipal source of news for ncws- Canadian Press, ..UU11UIC41 w.lich nie daily medium nf this country. Tliere also is the lueiuuy, iviuy Q Movie: News Blende from Q) News Adam 12 O Anotlier News B.ny Telcprobo T O) Secret Stnrm C3 Movie: Requiem for a Gunfigfttcr 1: 30 O Edge or Night CD Ox Lifo O Love American Q Hawaii Five-0 (0 Cade's County QJ Mod Squad Movie: FircbnT! 7: CO Q Surrender nt fl) Our f7] QJ Movie: ID General Aslronaut 13 What's the Good Outdoors Unlimited Another (0 Marcus Wclby (T) Take Mary Tyler Moore QJ Three On A Q Mystery Movie Q Lucy Caro: Burne'.t 53 Edfie of QJ Marcus Wclby Q] Dalinp Doctor in the House IB Anything You Can Do (0 Ian Tyson Q Amateur's Guide Telescope d News g) Family The Persuaders d Thi-cc News SJJ Split Tuesday NiRht R TonighL Sliow {0 Buck Arnic Drop P3 News O Nctvs QJ I.ove is Better Triiuli or (71 Tclcplfilje 7 C) News CO Family (71 Our Changing World Doris Directions O Lot's Make a Under Attack O News i (H David Frost Show lo plav remarkable job Peter Newman _ is doing in revitalizing Ma TORONTO fCP) Adults re- clean's marine as a journal of cenlly were given Ihc opportu- profound Canada. to see a play usually -r their children sen. when the To- ronto Young People's Tlicairc And, of course, Micro is the CBC. "As n Canadian I am prmid of of pave a special r.iRht-trme nor- Canadian Tress does, foimarce of So What's Now, iwhat ore of four plays Uw company domZ> and what our Cana- pcrfonns for "Ontario school j dian publications are domp, as children. Tlio YPT is made up j well as our excilmfi film _mdus- of seven companies which in and our radio and the 1971-72 school year will' television, but mos: particularly play to 300.000 children in the T ?m Proud what Ll'c CBC 1S So What's an examination of violence, is de- visod for students of Grades D to 13. New historical scries planned Tlio CBC is working on a new Ccnuldian film tiocLiinen- scries on the times of for- prhnc ministers Ric'Kird We should in fact be damn proud of what we have done in our television programming. Sure, we have made mistakes, and sure we can do the programming and the public service bcinR rendered is as: good as or belter than thai of j I any other broadcasting system in the world." Porlcblc wiih Insla-Mounl for od- opiing fo olmoil any window opening. ThcrmoSTalic conlrol mainioins unifcrmly eomforl- oble temperatures. Two speeds. Puihbutlon conlrols, amaiingly quiot in opcraliOn. Moves large volume of air (or ifi jire. Permanent washable filter. Squirrel cage fan. cxhousf. 5.000 B.T.U. Plays headmaster Jack cnslins in ins play Dr. Mac-; Jnmcs c 11 d o n, Winslon for U'lc- Chiirchiir.s licndir.a.slor nt roMPKTinox Tlic Conference of IG Arts is sponporiiiR n wriling compelilion to cncour- and discovor Canadian lal- cut. with a first prize. row in Lhc movie Young ADDED TO CAST rnpulnr Rrilisli adross Billic ims boon nddod lo (lie cast of Frcnxy, Alfred HiLch- onck's latest 236 I3rti ST, N_ Plionc 328-6964 COALDALE Phone ;