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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The LetHbrtdge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE Tags Drive-In FOR PICKUP ORDERS Phone 328-5405 FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1971 LLILSLTILNLGLSLLFLOLRL SATURDAY, AUGUST 21 TO FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1971 Dino presents Preview Dean Martin introduces NeUvoi-k Thursday. Aug. half hour comedy "Powder Room" ind "Wliat'a during the "Deam Mar- tin Presents: Sneak to be colorcast on the NBC Tel- Baseball, football featured There'll be no shortage of sports on the two Lelhb ridge channels next Wednesday. At 5 p.m. on CJOC-TV. the Los Angeles Dodgers will be the visitors at Jarry Park iu Montreal to do battle with tho Expos, The game is an important one for' the Dodgers who are chasing San Francisco Giants in the race for the champion- ship of the western division of the National League. Football fans will see their favorite sport on CFCN-TV at 8 p.m. with the Edmonton Eski- mos and Winnipeg Blue Bomb- ers tangling in a Western Con- ference game in Edmonton. Jtilic Adams signed to play Slcwart's wife Film and television star Julie Adams will play Jimmy Stew- art's wile in NBC Television Network's upcoming Sund a y night comedy series, "The Jim- my Stewart which pre- mieres in September. Hal Ranter, producer of the series, also named Dennis Lar- son to play Stewart's 8-year-old son, Teddy, and Rirby Furlong to porLray his 0-ycar-old grand- son, Jake. Other regulars already set are John McGiver as sardonic Dr. Luther Quince. Jonat h a n Daly as Stewart's oldest son Peter and Ellen Gecr is his daughlcr-in-law, Wendy. 26 ail p.m. on Channel 9. is guest host of "Powder appearing in comedy opposite Joey Heatherton tpuTl ra ying an "over-20" jTeanme Bur- nicr (over-30) and Strilch (ovei-401. In the sketches, the three la- dies reveal what temptation means to eaqli of them: Joey is lempted to have a wild fling with a staid college professor, Jeanine is tempted to spice up a lethargic marriage by don- ning hot pants and telling her husband she'd had a love af- fair with another man, and Elaine is tempted to drop the pose of a mourning and tell the world what life with her late husband was really lika Jackie C u o p c r is host of "What's a fast paced comedy commentary on the current scene employing sketches, ncwsrccl footage, or- iginal film reports, interviews and topical blackouts. Tom Bosley. Phil Leeds, Ma- rian Mercer and gue-st stars be announced api.oar in com- edy routines on such subjects as telephone tapping, modern marriage, group love, the "new" Army and the current nostalgia fad. Also featured is an interview with a gentleman who has been married in Limes, a Martian Icc- liiror ctLccuccLnfr "T.irp ml The Planet. Earth" and a skit in which an 11 year old authoi discusses his sensational sports expose entitled "Out of My Lit- tle League.'1 Both programs are pilots foi potential series. Broadway music to close Sept II Two by ihc Broadway musical based on the story of Noah and the Ark, will close Sept. 1 1 in New York when star Danny Kaye's tract expires. one-year con- Election show next Thnrstlay 30-minule election specia is scheduled on CJOC-TV nexi Thursday night at 10.30. C'BC has sent Norman DePoe and Terry Filgate to the scene for a look at the candidates am issues of Ihc Alberta electior where Progressive Conserve live leader Pcler Loughecd is challenging the rule ol the Social Credit Party. Cameras follow Premier Harry Strom on the campaigl trail and at political gatherings as prepare for the Augusi 30 election. MR. MUSIC AND GUEST Dancer Juliet Prowse will be among the many talented friends of composer-musician Burr Bacharach who hosts his own special Tuesday, Aug- usl 24, at 9 p.m. on channel 13. Songstress Djsly Springfield and French chanleuse Mireille Mathieu will also join in for the 60-minure show. Jackie Slnvart ieutured Racing special planned Only a few men belong to the small fralernity internation- ally Famous Grand Prix racing car drivers. The sport is called Lhc most dangerous in the world, but the rewards for be- ing Lhe best are great. On Tuesday, August :U, 9-10 p.m. j t he CT V Network pre- sents The Jackie Stewart Spe- cial, an intimate portrait of world champion racing car dri- ver, Jackie Stewart. Stewart was born in Scolland in 1939. His father ran a ga- rage and at 15, Jackie left school to work wilh his fattier. "Jackie had a terrible inferior- ity says Stewart's fa- ther, "lie thin, he was of- ten sk-k and he haled school." He slarlcd racing in 1961 un- der a pseudonym and by the following year had won more British club races (nan any oth- er dm'cr. Later, he was offered a chance to Lest, drive a car bv the Cooper Racing Team. After driving the Cooper Formula 3 for a few laps, he broke the existing lap record at the fam- ed British Goodwood racing cir- cuit, and his racing career started. On this CT V Ne t work Spe- cial. Stewart lalks freely alwnt why he races and the pleasures he receives from winning. We see him relaxing with his wife and sons at their home in Swit- zerland. He moved to Switzer- land to take rdvantage of that country's lux laws. Thc p r o g r a m was filmed Last Bob Hope tour lo Vietnam troops? Bob Hope msy have made his last Chrislmas visit lo United Scales troops in Viet- nam because there is talk of ending the Pacific tours as the war is winding down. when Stewart was touring on the I960 European Grand Prix circuit tliis was the year he became World Champion. Throughout his career, Stewart has remained bothered by a sense of uncertainty. "I've nev- er started a moior race think- ing I'm gcing to win T al- ways think iho other drivers are going to do belter." In this exciting television doc- umentary, the glamour, the ex- citement and the hard work ol being a popular sports hero are revealed V'hat motivates Slew- art? is very says his wife. "I like to enjoy nice things." says Stewart. The Jackie Stewart Spec i i 1 was wrillen and directed Ly Austin Campbell wilh narration by Douglas Rain. The program was produced by Austin Camp- bell and Document Productions of Scotland and is a CTV Tele- vision Network Presentation. DOWNTOWN PHONE 327-5767 OUR SUMMER SALE CONTINUES WITH THESE BIG VALUES. ALL GOLF GOLF SETS GOLF BAGS CLEARING AT GOLF GLOVES GOLF BALLS, etc. 20% OFF MODEL 220 AND 330 D.A.M. 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