Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The Lethlnidcie Herald TELEVISION GUIDE FREE EXTERIOR CAR WASH WITH ANY PURCHASE OF 3 OR MORE GALLONS OF GAS SUPERSONIC CAR WASH THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, Juno 16, 1972 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, JUNE 17 TO FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1972 STARS AS BARRISTER-Margaret Lockwood stars ai barrister Hariett Peterson in a new courtroom series from Britain, New courtroom series in color Justice are: Philip Stone as Sir John Gallagher, Q.C.; John Stone as Dr. Ian Moody; and Michael Coles as Detective Ser- geant Gable. Justice, a new series from Britain starring Mar garet Lockwood as a barrister, makes its debut on the CBC television network Sunday, June 13 at 8 p.m. in color. As Harriet Peterson, a top lawyer in the traditional wig and gown of the British advo- cate, Miss Lockwood plays an independent, tough-minded wo- man whose career is the great- est part of her life. Moving from law-court to law-court, she appears as both defender and prosecu'T in one case she pleads for a doctor charged with negligence, in another she j visited British actress Glenda inust prosecute a member of j Jackson at her home in Eng- L and run Che I land last year Telescope pays visit to Glenda When CBC-TV's Telescope her own profession risk of jeopardizing her career. In the first episode, sub-titled "The Most Important Thing Of Harriet's ex husband makes a brief appearance seek- ing help for a friend who has rim afoul of the law, but he won't divulge his trouble ex- cept to a qualified lawyer. Among the regular perform- ers seen with Miss Lockwood in some of the nine episodes of Clergy sees show More than 500 members of the clergy attended a special pre- view performance of the Cana- dian production of Godspcll in Toronto. she was figur- atively the Queen of the enter- tainment industry winner of the Academy Award as Best Actress for her role of Gudnm in Women in Love and other triumphs in the films The Mu- sic Lovers and Sunday, Bloody Sunday and the television ser- ies Elizabeth R. Since then she has had fur- ther honors for her outstand- ing performance in Elizabeth R, winning the coveted Emmy Award. Telescope's profile of Glenda Jackson will be re- peated on the network Tuesday, June 20 at p.m. A rerun of the scries Elizabeth R will be telecast in color on the CBC-TV beginning Saturday, June 17 at 8 p-m. Queen's Plate classic As the race for the Queen's Plate draws near CTV viewers may wonder about the details of this exciting and glamorous event. The Queen's Plate is not ac- tually a plate at all. King Charles II began awarding sil- ver plates as racing prizes in the seventeenth century at Newmarket, the size of the plate indicating the value of the race. But the practice be- came outmoded, perhaps as variety was sought in the prize. Other pieces of silver were in- stituted as awards and then other metals were used. Today the Queen's Plate is actually a gold cup, about a foot high, valued at Although sometimes referred to as the Gallop for the Guin- eas, there are no guineas at the Queen's Plate. In fact, the minting of guineas was discon- tinued in England during the reign of George HI whose for- bear, George I, had instituted the gift of fifty guineas in racing, a tradition that re- mains, though the guineas do not. Fifty gold sovereigns are now contained in the little pur- ple bag the winning owner re- ceives, a sovereign having the value of one pound. This year the Queen's Plate will be seen on the CTV Tele- vision Network, live from the Woodbine raceway in Toronto on Saturday June 17, at 2 p.m. on Channel 13. Commentators for CTV's coverage of the Queen's Plate will be Pat Marsden and Fer- gie Oliver of CTV's Toronto af- filiate station CFTO-TV, racing authority and columnist Jim Coleman, and Jerry Cheevers, goal tender for the Boston Bruins, who will act as CTV's official handicapper. Ramblui' Jack Elliot guest of Ian Tyson It's a special occasion when Tan Tyson welcomes his old friend Rambh'n' Jack Elliott back to The Ian Tyson Show telecasting over the CTV Net- work every Tuesday night. Rambh'n' Jack is the perform- er's performer. His knowledge of country music and of coun- try singers goes back over two decades. Ramblin' Jack will be heard on the CTV network Tuesday, June 20 at p.m. on Chan- nel 13. MIKE CONNORS AS MANNIX Coffee keeps him perking on a 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily shooting schedule. Connors feels o new time slot may hurt the show. New time slot worries Mike By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD-On the Man- nix set, watching Mike Con- nors and Gail Fisher make their hit CBS show: Mike sits with a coffee cup permanently in his hand- He describes himself as a coffee addict. He gets up every morn- ing at 5, works out, showers, leaves at to be at the studio, is made up at 7 and is on the set at 8. By then, he says, he's already had three or four cups of coffee. He doesn't leave the studio until 7 at night, at the earliest. he says, "I'm a basket case." Everybody around the set is worried about the show's new time slot Sunday night, oo- posite NBC's Mystery Movie and ABC's big Sunday night movie offering. To counteract that pressure they may do to the show move the show away from Los Angeles more and Connors feels that, after six years, "its time to do some- thing else but not too much." Mike memorizes lines on the set. He is a quick study and says there's plenty of time be- tween setups to study the script. This lets him spend his evenings with his" family, rath- er than memorizing lines, as so many other actors do. One of Mike's great fortes is his ability to listen well on camera he reacts better than most actors. He says he's been working on that ability since he noticed how good Spencer Tracy was at listening. "I had a brief conversation with Tracy when I was doing Mike says. "He said he and Kate Hepburn al- ways watched the show and he told me how important listening was and I've never forgotten what he said. I watch every Tracy film I can." Mike and Gail were discuss- ing the bad time slot. "I Mike said, "that I hadn't committed myself so heavily financially this year I would have walked off. I sat in Hawaii three days debat- ing whether to quit or not. But my tax man says I better worlc another year." (Newspaper Enterprise Assn-) Untamed World repeals visit to Afghanistan Isolated for many centuries by an impregnable barrier of desert and mountain ranges, the traditional Afghanistan so- ciety has remained, for tha most part, undisturbed by west- ern influences. Only since the 1960s and the development of air transport routes have some aspects of western society and technology made any inroads into this independent kingdom. On Sunday, June 18 at 5 p.tu., CTV's popular nature series. Untamed World, in a repeat telecast explores Afghanistan, examining the culture, the cities and the people. SIMPSONS-SEARS RECORD OF THE WEEK "GREAT MOVSE THEMES OF OUR TIMES" Reg. 4.96 O-99 CONDUCTED BY WALDO DE LOS RIOS CAPITAL RECORDS STORE HOURS: Open Doily 9 a.m. to p.m. Thunday ond Friday 9 a.m. la 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 3S8-9Z31. Record DepT.