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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta HOLLAND'S DRAPERY SHOP Largest Display Of DRAPERY MATERIALS In Western Canada 325 7th St. S, Ph. 327-4475 The Lethbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE KING KOIN LAUNDERETTE Washing, Drying, Dry Cleaning Phone 328-3914 3 Ave. 12 St. BS. Attended Mtn. thru Fri. FRIDAY, MAY -i LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, MAY 5 TO FRIDAY, MAY 11 They're guests on Rollins' The dynamic singing duo, Ike and Tina Turner, present a revue of swinging rock sounds when they ap- pear on "Rollin" along with rock group Crowbar, Monday, May 7, at 7.30 p.m. on channel 13. Beauty'9 special nominated for Emmy Norman Cnmpbell's produc- tion of Tlio Sloping Beauty, a ballet special scon on CBC-TV and National Ffjiicational Tele- vision in the Urited Slates last December, hns been nominated for an F.inmv Award in the category for "outstanding sing- le program, classical music." Official won! was received in Toronto from the National Aca- demy of Television Arts and Sciences, by John Barnes, head of CBC-TV and music. Tlie Stepping Beauty, a 90- nvinute TV of the Na- tional Ballet of Canada produc- tion taped season at To- ronto's O'Kfoie Centre before an aiuliciKv. gtieH stars Rudolf Nureyev, wLi did new chore- ography afler Pclipa. Veronica Tennant stars as the Piinccss Aurora. Winner of the Emmy for "outstanding single program, classical music" will be an- nounced on the 1973 Emmy Awards Sunday, May 20. 0-11 p.m., on CBC-TV. The ABC live special is from Shu- bcrt Theatre in Los Angeles. However, presentation of this award will take place at a din- ner-dance wluch follows the telecast. 90 performances The National Touring Com- pany of the Canadian Opera Company will travel to some 00 communities to present 90 per- formances this season. 4Caimon' carries big load but thrives on hard work By JEKRY BUCK LOS ANGELES (AP) Wil- liam Conrad carries a big load on television. Cannon is tin? only weekly show with just one star and no regular players to help bear the burden. It can be facetiously argued that the 260-pound Con- rad more than makes up for the lack of such help. On the CBS show, Corrad has no secretary, r.o pa] in the po- lice, no girl friend, no one. "I have seen too many shows ruined by having the hero's im- age divided too many he said. "There's not enough of the hero in any one mail. But it's rough on inc. "I'm in practically every shot. I worked from the first of June to the middle cf Febru- ary without a day off. When we were on location I worked Sat- urdays too. Our days were long hours." Conrad says he isn't com- plaining. "If I worked an eight-hour day, I'd feel I'd hardly worked." But he has turned down sev- eral offers to co-star in films. "I want to rest when the nine months are he said. "And you get to the pofct fi- nancially where it doesn't mat- ter." SHOW IS HIT Camion, ending its second year, has been a firiancial suc- cess. Its high position in the ratings assures Conrad of more years of steady employment. Conrad, has given the fat man a new image. He comes across as lough, ac- beautiful people can do things. It doesn't happen that way." ConraS actually added 25 to 30 pounds since beginning Can- non. His role in Cannon ended a retirement from acting that lasted nearly 20 years. In the early 1950s, when radio faded, he did a few parts in television, then became a producer and di- rector. But his voice was often on the tube. He did the voice- overs for thousands of com- mercials and actually earned twice as much from them as he did from producing and direct- ing. He also narrated such shows as Bullwinkle arid The Fugitive show, plus several appearances as a guest star on television, led to Cannon. WILLIAM CONRAD f Women of Year9 presenters named LOS ANGELES (CBS) Singer-actress Diana Ross and actress Mario Thomas have been named as two award pre- senters for Women of the Year, 1973, a special program, honor- Ing outstanding American wo- men in eight categories of achievement. It will be broadcast live from tlie John F. Kennedy Centre ility only slightly layered in, fal. He is an ardent fisherman and often sails his 67-foot Moonraker. 1 Other than radio, where he was Marshall Matt Dillon on Guns moke for 11 years in pre- television days, Conrad has nev- er had a starring role. "I played a lot of heavies and lite leading man's best friend, which is the dullest part in the lie said. "They're beginning to broad- en the viewpoint as to who can play lead he added. LOOKS ARFN'T ALL "You no longer have to be seven feet tall and handsome. I was delighted to see Telly Savalas signed for Cojack, And look at Buddy Ebsen in Barn- aby Jones. "The who'e concept of the leading man has changed. I think it's wrong to bring up a generation believing that only TALENTED SINGER Ian and The Great Speckled Bird welcome the talented Cana- dian performer Butty Ste. Marie to the show ailing May 8 at p.m. cm CTV. Miss Marie wiU perform "Mister Can't You See" and "Time For You To Go" for the sUidio audience. for the Perfe-ming Arts In Washington, D.C., Monday, May 14 at 11 p.m. on Channel 9. Miss Ross, who started her career in the 'COs as the lecd singer for The Suprcmes musi- cal group ar.d has been award- ed 14 gold records, was roru- inated this year for an Aca- demy Award as best actress for her perforiri-nce as Billie I1 'i- day in the film Lady Sings lha Biues. Women of the Year, 1973, tablislied this year by the mag- azine Ladies' Home Journal, will include, in addition to the awards prewartation, filmed in- terviews and with women as the theme. The women honored will be selected by a process reflet mg both reader and pro'ess c 'al opinion. The eight of achievement are: public affri s, arts and humanities, eccc-my and business, voluntary action, science and research. rights, youth leadership and quality of life. Program hos- tess will bs Rocalind Russell. No potential! Brian Keith, star of NEC- TV's "The Lit le end who has been a highly success- ful motion nictura star as we'l, was kicked out of his high school drama class for "lack of potential." RECORD OF THE WEEK SIMPSONS bears 'THE BEST OF BREAD' ELECTRA RECORDS Reg. Record Dcpr. STORE HOURS: Opon daily from a.m. to 9.30 p m., and Fri. until 9 p.m. Centra Village Mall. Telephone 378-9231 ;