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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta HOLLAND'S DRAPERY SHOP Largest Display Of DRAPERY MATERIALS In Western Canada 325 - 7lh St. S. Ph. 327-4475 The Utltbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE KING KOIN LAUNDERETTE Washing, Drying, Dry Cleaning Phone 328-6944 3 Ave. ft 12 St. B S. Attended Mon. thru Fri. FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1973 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, MARCH 31 TO FRIDAY, APRIL 6 Mystery Movie series on CTV starting April 4 CTV to feature drama trilogy Replacing Hockey Night in Canada will be "The CTV Mystery Movie" starting April 4 at 8 p.m. on Channel 73. Richard Widmark, above left, stars as Detective Sergeant Dan Madigan of the New York Police Dept. George Peppard, top right, stars as Thomas Banacek who specializes in solving bizarre mysteries, and James Farentino, lower right, as Jefferson Keyes in "Cool Million" who solves crimes for a million dollar fee. Half-hour comedy special April 3 is real slapstick S'apstick comedy is alive,'of them has been able to hold well and laughing happily in down a steady job for longer the half hour special, "Help \ than a week. telecasting Inc." telecasting on the CTV Television Network Tuesday, April 3 at 7 p.m. If you loved the antics of the Marx Brothers, the Three Stooges and Abbott and Costello, you will find plenty to cheer about in this madcap program. (The "Paul LyjKie Show" will be pre-empted on this occasion only). "Help Inc." centres around the antics of Rudy, Roger and Ro!I'> Fix. three brothers ob-vioiisly born under the wrong star. They are an employmsnt agency's nightmare since none Necessity being the mother of invention, the Fix Brothers decide to form Help Inc., a service company that will go anywhere and do anything for a fee. Their expertise at fiasco makes them perfect candidates for failure. To round out this incredible cast is Help Inc.'s secretary Cleo, who's as beautiful as she is dumb. The cast inchidss Avery Shre-iber, Kenneth Gilman, Anthony Holland and Pamela Rogers. Front Page Challenge time change Front Page Challenge, CBC-TV's veteran panel - interview show, is moving to a new day and time for six weeks. Starting on April 14, the show will be seen Saturdays at 8:00 p.m. The change from the usual Tuesday at 9:30 p.m. slot to this cew day and time has been necessitated by the NHL playoffs which begin on CBC-TV on April 4. The last regular show before the change will be the show of April 3. This change will cont-inue until May 19, after which Front Page Challenge will return to its regular day and time for the remainder of the season. TORONTO - On Wednesday! April 4, the CTV Television Network begins its telecast of the CTV Mystery Movie, consisting ' of three action filled dramas, Madigan, Banacek and Cool Million. The CTV Mystery Movie is part of the new line-up for Wednesday nights following the wrap-up of the regular National Hockey League season. The revised CFCN line-up will include the 90-minute mystery movie segments from 8 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.; Jason King, 9:30 to 10:30, and Sports Beat '73 from 10:30 to 11:30 p.m. Richard Widmark stars in ^Madigan as Dan Madigan, a veteran of the New York Police Department. He is rough, unorthodox and a loner. He's all cop, he lives and breathes police work 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and without concern for geographic limitations. He is thus able to accept special assignments anywhere in the world. Banacek revolves around the activities of the suave, cool Thomas Banacek, played by George Peppard, the modern-day specialist who reaps the rewards offered by insurance carriers for the recovery of lost or stolen property - or people. Banacek Bves alone in a Beacon Hill townhouse in Bos ton, and operates in many areas of the country, wherever the action takes him. He is a first generation Polish - American whose parents left their native land for the rich new life in America. And Banacek is fiercely proud of his background. Cool Million delves into realistic and fascinating situations that happen in romantic, faraway places like Rome, Paris, Athens. Its hero is an adventure - prone individual named Jefferson Keyes, played by James Farentino. Keyes has a fierce dedication to tackling the "unsolvable" for a cool million dollar fee. Jeff is known and respected for being able to do in hours what Interpol and other agencies take weeks and months to clear. His world is a handsome montage of exciting foreign cities, beautiful women and cold-blooded enemies, who try any means within their power to dissuade him from his mission. Kate and Doc go back to 1950s Kate Smith, who win be substitute host of NBC-TVs "The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson" April 2, is no straiger to the show's nyjsic director, Doc Severinsen. Doc was the lead trumpet player in the orchestra for Kate's daytime series, "The Kate Smith Hour," on NBC-TV during the 1950s. NiekJaus favored in Masters Golf's most treasured prize. The Masters, is up for grabs, and CBC-TV will bring viewers the action live and in color on Saturday, April 7, and on Sunday, April 8 from- the flower-bedecked course at Augusta, Georgia. The third round will be televised Saturday afternoon and the final round will be covered Sunday afternoon. Again, like last year, Jack Nicklaus, golfs "Golden Bear", is the pre-tournament favorite, but indications are that he will definitely not be having things his own way. Stiff competition should come from the Hkes of Lee Trevino, who has been playing well this year: Bruce Crampton, who is also having a good year, and aJso from the old stalwarts like Arnold Pa'm-er and Billy Casper. -It will be no surprise, however, if the winner is someone else considering that the best 60 golfers will be in the competition, and the Masters always seems to bring out the best in many players. Ex-disc jockey > George Peppard, cf NBC-TVs "Banacek," worked as a radio station disc jockey and taught fencing to get through Carnegie Institute of Techno* io<*y, Pittsburgh, Pa. Occasionally, Peppard would grab a bit rcle at the Pittsburgh Playhouse while attending college. RECORD OF THE WEEK SIMPSONS bears PROCOL HARUM GRAND HOTEL CHRYSALIS RECORDS Reg. $5.75 Record Dept. STORE HOURS: Open daily from 930 a.m. to 5.30 P m.. Til urs. and Frl. onhT 9 p.m. Centre Village Man. Tefrphona 328-9231 ;