Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The Lethbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE FREE EXTERIOR CAR WASH WITH ANY PURCHASE OF 3 OR MORE GALLONS OF GAS SUPERSONIC CAR WASH THURSDAY, MARCH 30. 1972 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, APRIL 1 TO APRIL 7, 1972 Hollywood's aniuj.nl tribute In die stars and (heir creators, the Academy Av.ards ceremon- ies, will again be telecast on CEC-TV. live and in color from the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion L-f Hie Los Angeles Mu'ic Cen- ter, Monday. Anvil 10. a I 10 p.m. on Channel The bis contenders this year Cardinal featured CARDINAL LEGER In 1567 Cardinal Paul-Emile I, c g e r of Mcr.treal left his pest for Africa to pariidpale in the transformation of the world by missionary social ac- tion and has hecome for many a modern-day snint. CEC" Television's Man Alive documents his phenomenal achievements in Lhc Camer- in an hour-Icr.g color spe- cial Monday, April al tOtrco p.m. on Channel 7. fin Mio -nth Annual Oscar cpm- pc'dinns) have eight ncmina- i I ions each: Fiddler On The i Roaf. The French Connection, i ard The Last Picture Show. All 1-ave been nominated for Best Picture, and in seven oilier ca- Iccories. and the two other Best I pfctitre contenders are: A Clockwork Orange (which has fcur and Nieho- I ias and Alexandra (six nomina- 1 VyinK for the "host perform-1 ance by an actor" award are: 1 Peter Finch (Sunday Bloody Gene Jackman (The French Waiter Malthat! George C. Seott (The and Topol (Fiddler On Tlic In contention for "best per- formance bv an actress" I lUT-d Julie Christie (McCabej and Mrs. Jane Fonda 1 Glcnda Jackson (Sun-1 day Bloody Vanessa Redgrave (Mary, Queen of Janet Suzman, (Nicho- las and This year's Oscar present a- lions will have Wires masters! of ceremonies. Jack Lcmmon (a Acarjcmv Award win- j Sammy Davis Jr. and Alan King, each presiding over a different, segment of the; Amonfi the presenters of awards (o the winning cempeti-i ,1ns be Sardy Duncan, Ccne Jackmon. Ke'lcr-; man, Red Buttons. Waiter Mat- it" u Jill St. it i ard others. Only Canadian in a major Os- r race, for the directional i -ud is Norman Jevrison. o ai imatcd e'.'.orls from Can- ada are competing isi ths short j Mbj-cts calcgco': Evolu'ion. I by the National Film Board. and Selfish Giant, by Potlc-rton Produciicns of Montreal. The Academy Awnrds spcci-'l i is on' the televi- network. SEQUEL TO "BORN FREE" British husband and wife acting team Bill Trovers end V'rdinio McKer.na, who appeared in the mot'.on picture "Born Free" also star in CTV'i special presentation the Lions Are Free Friday, April 7, p.m. This exciting sequel lo the movie examines the p ogress the lions have mode in adjusting JO their new life in the wilds of Kenya. ry Fdllmvhif; cntnpItiLion of Ills I The Liors Arc- Free picture, seven young j picls ae'.or Travers1 rcliini tn linns raided by Ihe Attorn- 1 Kcny.'i two years kitei- and so.-i-s ivt-re given their freedom I chronicles a two-month cxpsr'i- in an cxlraordinarvoxPmmemitil111 V'1'1 ('J rccird Uio lions tnumnls nrd ,y them to capo the in to unfamiliar liii; of their nalnrnl just to freedom. On Friday. April p m. the CTV Network presents 'I lie. Uons Are Free, a document sequel to the ae- olahncd motion picture "Born Free." "Bern whr.cr of ?ev- crnl its thea- trical release in 19M. was based on Joy .Vhimson's intcr- n.ition.nl host seller a'.tout a lion cub rsi-cd to in a hu- man cnvirr.r.mcnl. Bill Travcrs and Virginia McKcuna. British husbai-r! .-ind aoiing team, stai-rer! in film as George the Kenya game v'-irnbn and h.is wife who shared their h-imc arri lives with the yoiine; liaa- css HK-a. ler sports rap UHlamed World repeats a join- to Joan foi- Joan Blondcll has been sign- ed for a regular role in the hour long "Banyon" scries which w-ill premiere in !hc 1072- season on the N'BC Television The scries will star Robert Forstcf as a tough private in- vcsligator in the 1330s. Miss Elondcll, a veteran of more tlian 100 movies, will pro- tray the owner of a secretarial school who supplies Banyon with secre'aries. Permanently tvilh ice measuring rm.rc Ihrn or.e mils deep al the centre, the Antarc- tic remains man's laijt frontier on earth to conquer. Few ani- mals live in this frozen cnviron- n-cnt. but 'hat do rank annr-; some of the most fasci- nating in the world. This is a dc-i-rt island cf ice. by winds that gust up tn two hun- dreds miles rr'r hour and lem- peralurcs thnl rise aljove freezing On Sunday. Ar-ril 2. p.ni CTVs nature se- r'r FJ7i it id Merc arfl more famous Bi'it- i--'h, and EitrotK'an entertainers are becoming fanvias in North days and liener Whi. laker is one of them. Roger V.'llil'rker. he-r'.'cd en- thii'd.Tit cf sorg and the g ni'l lire, appears u'l ('BC-'rV's The Toiiimv Ihinlcr Show. Friday. April 7 at. p.m. He sings, along Tammy llunler and u Uhvthm 'his lilt parade song New York in the Mirn. ii'B. phis Diirhnm Town and 1 Don't Believe in if. gB'OW It's belli fun and business. Winter, Iradilianaliy the time for partial hibei-na'.ion, is ra- pidly bcccmirg as fun filled as sumjncr. is the faslcst growing winter and communilics wilhout natural mountains for arc building them out of Winter Sports are stu- died on CTVs popular doeu- m'-'ntary scries Hire Come Tho Seventies, Thursday, April II, p.m. The program talks a man- ager at a ski slope in CollinR- Ontario. The facili its al Cillli-ngwocid arc' constjlllllv being expar.drrl to eopc wi'h the average 20 per c-enl ycai'ly in Ihe of sK'i- ers. III the near fuUire the slt.pcs at serve ihe ski rnarke'L Tnronlo. will run ly people IlirnuKll its ski school c.-ch day. Al Ilame.s. I'n sidnnl of HIP Amali'iir Ski lion and married ID Canada', dlampion skier Xancv Greene that, "cxp.in- has ifl h" mcrL- pecple are lookin" hciltr places to Msi ,1ri, Uirniiig to cross-enunfry and helicopter skiing to gel froin the crowded cnndi- liors on the In V.'alicr Sclieun kiu'pht, owner of ;i iargir ski nv sort which is cqm'ppL'u v.iLh sauna baths. Japanese out floor licctcti swimming p-oU I and relaxing lounges, Ls plan- nirg to use monorails to transport skiers from the chn- lets to Hie ski slopes by the i yrup 3000. AnoLl'ior winter sport is j Tix? doiiioslic sh dovt-'lorK-'J i liv ihe Qtisbcp firm of Bcm'w- dir-r in Tad ay lh? annual sn'es of m.-K-'hint'.s into the hr.ndr.M's cf Snowmobile club-; are formed ecu''- I'iM't and som- snowmobile races will s'.'O-'i as I r.s to watch at models rating Oil v.-h.cn ami Ihe First po Rollii The Special gue-U for ihls of naulical mer- riment are Alex Harvey and thj I'L-Hiy Family.