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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta fAGE 4 Actress she's separatist TORONTO (CP) - French Canadian actress Monique Mer-cure is an attractive bundle of contradictions. . She en joys performing in Eng-ish but doesn't believe in bilin-gualism. A confessed separatist, she often has acted in theatres across the country. All of which Monique, widow of composer Pierre Mercure and mother of three grown children, easily explains. She considers English a foreign language and acting in another language has advantages. "It gives a mask, it screens you. You are not as shy because the words are not your own. I feel even freer in English be-case I am allowed to make mistakes." But Monique says a girl" in Trenton, Ont, or Regina doesn't need to be bilingual. She has no need. ISOLATED BY LANGUAGE As for separatism, she smiled. "In Quebec we are a little country. Even if you don't want to believe it, we really are separated.  CHINESE FOOD  WESTERN MEALS .  LIGHT LUNCHES MAJORETTE RESTAURANT HOURS: Open Daily 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Closed on Sundays end Holidays I 612 3rd AVE S. PHONE 327-7511 "We were always isolated because of the language," added Miss Mercure, here to appear in St. Lawrence Centre productions of Electra and the English version of Quebec playwright Michel Tremblay's Les Belles Soeurs. Monique's career has bloomed since her only skin flick, the Quebec hit Deux Femmes en Or which she says "is a good film." She also appeared in the internationally praised Mon Oncle Antoine. But she most enjoys doing didactic theatre "because I believe theatre is. not only entertainment." Playwrights such as Trem-blay and many others are part of Quebec's dynamic, exciting culture, she said. "Because of them we have emerged, we have roots." CHANGES NAME Manchild, a popular rock-musk group, has changed its name to Oberon. ON HER WAY UP - A star without a car seems nn-nsual, but its true of Cicely Tyson, who pauses on a bike ride in New York's Central Park. Her performance in the film "Sounder" put her way, way np. Mysteries of animal, bird migration are examined From earliest times, man has marvelled at the mysteries of animal migration. What motivates certain species of birds and animals to journey thousands of miles, sometimes crossing oceans and shuttling between continents? Examined in this hour-long special at 10 p.m. on channel 7, Monday March 26, are recent findings in migratory studies, reinforced with colorful film footage of wildlife in its natural habitat, with glimpses of the life cycles and habits of the Monarch butterfly, whistling swan, greater snow goose, king eider, caribou, polar bear, green turtle, elk, bighorn sheep, moose, harp seal, and many species of wild birds. RECEIVE CTV SERVICE The Mt. Timothy Quesnel, William's Lake and Prince George region of B.C. are now receiving alternate television service from B.C. Television (operators of CTV affiliate CHAN, Vancouver and CHEK, Victoria). The new service was initiated on December 21, 1972 and is receiving tremendous audience reaction. DFPUmgKT 5TMES QUALITY 'BRENTWOOD* SOLID STATE TV Now's the time to buy that color TV. Consider this! You get on 85% solid state chassis; Color-Lok automatic fine tuning) VHF dipole and UHF loop antennae; automatic color purifier; permature Trucolor picture tube and wide range 4" speakers. Plus a 1-year guarantee on labour and parts and 3-year� on the color picture tubel Walnut grain finish. 23x16x20". 399 each ^oolco ep/srtkent stores 0peThS,! ond Mad " ^ COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL We reserve the right to limit quantities JF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORE Helen Reddy show is chosen to replace Flip for summer HOLLYWOOD (NBC)-Singer Helen Reddy, Grammy Award-winner for her hit record "I Am Woman," will host a weekly contemporary music-comedy series this summer on the NBC Television Network. The series will be the summer replacement for "The Flip Wilson Show," and will be color- cast Thursdays on dates to be announced soon. Monte Kay will be executive producer. The Australian-born daughter of Max Reddy, a writer, producer and actor, and actress Stella Lamond, Helen performed with them as a child on their long-running radio show in Australia, playing a variety of roles. Monday, April 2 1:00 c q e fD 1:30 0 cd 0 2:00 jd e 0 2:30 Q 0 cd