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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The Uthbridgc Herald TELEVISION GUIDE FREE EXTERIOR CAR WASH WITH ANY PURCHASE OF 3 OR MORE GALLONS OF GAS SUPERSONIC CAR WASH THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1972 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, MAY 13 TO MAY 19, 1972 Emmy Awards ceremony telecast on Sunday Jolmny Carbon, as master of ceremonies for the Emmy Awards will headline Hour (with Outstanding guest a glittering cast of TVs lumi- Classical HlVic: Beethoven's narics from both cameras when. sides of the on Sunday, May 14, at 8 p.m., CBC TV presents the Emmy Awards special over Channel 7. The annual event Lakes place at t'-e Palladium, Hollywood, and the TV color special is built around the presentations star Tony tricia Neal (The Homecoming: i A Christmas Susannah Pro "ram" York (Jane Eyrel. Outstanding Performance Actor in Leading Role. Drama- tic Scries: Raymond Burr _______ Mike Connors, Fetor Falk, (Colum- Keith Michell I The Six Wives of Henry VIIIK Robert Young O'arcus Wclby M.DJ Outstanding Performance Actress in Leading Role, Ora- Birthday A Celebration in Vienna with Leonard Bern-, stein: Heifctz: The Peking Bal- j (Ironside! let: The Trial of Mary Lincoln (NET Outslaiiding N e w Colombo. Elizal.-eth R. Sanford and Son. The Six Wives ot i Henry VIII, The Sonny and torical drama scries, The Six1 James Caan (Brians outsl-irtTml Performance I ivcs of Henry vill and Eliza-1 Richard Hams (The S n o w Actor in Leading Comedy both R, both 'to begin repeat i Goose Keith Michell (in Cath-1 p.cdd Foxx (.San'ord showings on CBC TV this! enne Howard, The Six Wives of and Jack (The spring VIII re runs' Henry VHP, George Jl Scott I odd Carroll O'Connor HAS ROLE IN IRONSIDE EPISODE Ann GarFiJd Compton (Marlyn Mason) is suspected cf being involved in a gambler's "Skimming" scheme in "Class of telecasting on Ironside, Monday, May 15, at 10 p.m. on Channel 13 over the CTV Television Network. Miss Mason is better known as Nikki, secretary and helper for Long- street, the- blind investigator. (There may be a change in Two CBC teams The CEC News Service has rides with South Vietnamese two teams of correspondents helicopters and vehicles. Com covering the North Vietnamese offensive in South Vietnam in what has been described as the most important phase of the prolnnicd war. Joe "Schlcsingcr, CBC News Kong Kong correspondent and his cameraman Brian Hosking, have been joined by CBC Van- couver newsman Mike Mc- Court, who is now in the Me- kong Delta. McCourt's camera- man is Harry Nuttall. As far as is known. Schlesinger and McCourt now are the only Canadian radio and television journalists covering the war. In certain in- stances, their television film has been the only footage available, used not only by the CBC, but also by the American networks. Now that the Americans are pulling out of Vietnam, news- men have to find their own way around the battle zone, hitching are the days when a newsman could call up the Americans for free ride into battle zones, complete with meals and a rilucc to sleep. 'There is no big press opera- lion in Vietnam any says Schlesinger, "and you have to find your own way in and out of the fights." To add to the difficulties, there is the increased danger of being killed. Schlesinger and Hosking hitched a ride with a medical evacuation helicopter going to An Loc. They were the only TV journalists at An Loc. When the big North Viet- namese attnck came. Schle- singer and Hosking were aboard the last helicopter to Saturday, M a y G; Elizabeth R follows on Satur- day, June are among the major contenders in drama categories. Their stars. Keith Michell (for Henry VIII) and Glenda Jackson (for Elizabeth R) also have nominations in the ''outstanding performance" categories. All In The Family, and its stars Carroll O'Connor and Jean Stnpleton, are also among the leading contenders Cor 1971- 72 Emmies. LIST OF NOMINEES Following is a list of nomi- nees in some of the leading categories: Outstanding Series Comedy: AH In The Family, The Mnry Tyler Moore Show, The Odd Couple, Sanford and Son. Outstanding Scries Drama: Columho, Elizabeth R, Mannix. Marcus Wclby M.D., The Six Wives of Henry VIII. Outstanding Single Program or Comedy: Brian's Song (Movie of the Weekl Jano Seymour (The Six Wives of Henry VII11. The Lion's Cub (Elizabeth R Sammy's Visit (All In Tl'c The Snow Goose (Hallmark Hall of Ontii-Hiding Variety Musical: The Carol Burnett C. Dee (Jane Billy liams (Brian's Songl. Outstanding Single Perform- in I'-cading Glenda Jackson (in two epi- sodes of Elizabeth R The (All In The Familyl. Tony Rnndail (The Odd Outstanding Performance Actress Leafling! Role. Com- edy Series: Sandy Duncan (Funny Mary Tyler Lion's Cub. and Shadow In the Moore (The Mary Tyler Moore Sun! Helen Hayes (Do Not ShcmO. Jenn Stapleton (All la Spindle or Fa- The Chariots of Gods returns by popular request May 26 Show, The Dean Marlin Show, The Flip Wilson Show, The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour. Outstanding Variety Talk: The David FrW Show. The Dick C'avett Show, The To- night Show Starring Johnny Carson. Outstanding Single1 Program or Musical: The Flip Wilson Show (with guest stars Sammy Davis Jr., Lily Tomlin and Ed McMahoni; Jack Lem- get out before invading tanks arrived. Of the seven passen- gers who went into An Loc with them, six had been killed and one wounded, Schlesinger and ___ _ _ Hosking came out unscathed. 'The Sonny and Cher Comedy I mon in 'S Wonderful, 'S Mar- vellous, 'S Gershwin: Julie and Carol at Lincoln Centre: Chariots of the Gods, the controversial but intriguing special, dealing with the pos- sibility that our earth was visiled by from o'.her stars thousands of years ago is on CBC-TV again Fri- day. May 26 at p.m. (The program was originally shown in March of this yoarl. This 90-mimrte color pre- sentation is linked on and ,-daptcd from the novel of the same name by Erich Von Daniken. Not many people have come up with valid answers to questions regarding extra- terreslial beings, but Von Daniken has come up with some ideas which must give us pause. The evidence on which the film is based is all over the world in California, Mexi- co, Chile, Peru, Bolivia, Egypt. Iraq, Lebanon, and South Africa. And it's all put together in Chariots Of The Gods. When the program was first aired on March 12, it prompted the greatest favor- able response to any televi- sion program in CBC's his- tory more than 4.000 phone calls. The sponsors also had their share more than 200 calls and more then 50 letters. The majority of these were asking for a repeat. X G E O H G E KIRBY SPE- CIAL George Kirby. Mr! Talent himself, will host of his oivn special entitled, of course. The George Kirby Special. telecasting Monday. May 15 at p.m. on the CTV Television Network over channel 13. Appearing with Mr. Kirby will be Lainie Kaz- an, Joe Jliggins. Lighthouse and manv others. SIMPSONS -SEARS RECORD OF THE WEEK "JANIS JOPLIN IN CONCERT Reg. STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 JANIS JOPLIN COLUMBIA RECORDS .m. la p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. Ic 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 328-9231. Record Depf. ;