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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The Lethbridge He mid TELEVISION GUIDE HANNIGAN'S 328-4038 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 19 LISllNGS FOR SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12 TO FRIDAY. DECEMBER 13 Crosby's tribute Crosby's Christmas the singer's first full- scale television tribute to the Yule season, will bs colorcast en the W3C Television Network Wcdneso'iay, Dec. 10 at 7 on KRTV Channel 9, Great Falls. Melba Moore, recent Tony Award-winner for tier perform- ance in "Purlie" on Broadway, will be special guest star on the show, which also will star Oack Wild (of NBC-TV's "II. R. Pufnstuf" Saturday series) and the Doodietown Pipers. Members of Crosby's family wife Ka thry n, da u gli ter Mary Frances and" sons Mr.- thaniel and Hurry also will be featured in the musical pro- gram presenting both original songs and popular standards reflecting the traditions of Christmas. "The one tiling I like best about Christmas is spending the whole day with the commented King Crosby during production of the show. "I do a song in the special 'Christmas Is for and that just about sums it lie explained. Williams' family Christmas show The yuletide season finds the Williams family converging at a winter ski lodge this year when they join host and rela- tive Andy Williams in an hour of song and holiday merriment on CTV Television Network's "Andy Williams Christmas Friday, Dec. 18 at 7 p.m. on Channel 13. Featured are the Williams Brothers; Don, Dick and Bob; Claudine Longet, Noelle and Christian Williams, Jane Wil- liams and Andy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Williams. In- cluded are gucsls Captain Kangaroo (Bob Keoshan) and Charlie Callas. The show opens on a winter setting with Andy, his brothers and family in chorus singing "Jingle later moving to the lodge with Andy in a solo of "White Christmas." Follow- ing a family styled Christmas cookie sketch with NoeSle and Christian (Andy's children) and Claudine Claudine tells a story in song, "Petit Papa of a little girl's talk mth Santa Claus. Andy then sings "It's A Most Wonderful Time of the Year." The highlight of the program will be a Christm'as Fable scanning such mythical places as Rockland, Doli-land and the joyful Christmasland, featuring Andy Williams, Captain Kanga- roo and Charlie Callas. Clau- dine Longet narrates. Emmy winner Hope Laiigc to portray Van Dyke's wife PHOENIX Two time Emmy-award winning actress Hope Lange has been signed to portray Dick Van Dyke's wife on his new series which debuts next September. Miss Lsnge was awarded two Emmys for her starring role in The Ghost and Mrs. Muir for both the 19684969 and 1969- 1970 television seasons. Her motion picture credits include Bus Stop, Peyton Place, for which she was nominated for an Academy Award, The Young Lions, Pocketful Miracles, and Love is a Ball. In the new series which begins filming in January, at the Graham Studios in Care- free, Ariz., Van Dyke pcrtra> (he host of a local television variety talk show in Phoenix Ariz., and the episodes will focus on his d'ay-to-day life both at home and at the studio. Marty Brill will play Ms per- sonal manager and best friend with Fannie Flagg as his sec- retary and sister. In addition to Miss Lange as his wife in the series, the Van Dyke television family will also consist of a 16-year-old son and an 8-year-old daughter wire will be cast later from talent in the Phoenix area. -I; THE-GREAT CANADIAN TRAIN ROBBERY Will these typical scenes of continental Canadian trains some day be memories from the past? On the CBC-TV Tuesday Night series, Dec. 1 5, at 1 0 p.m., a color documentary titled The Great Canadian Train Robbery examines the subject of Canada's disappearing passenger trains, as recent proposals by the railways to limit or dispense with transcontinental service. Featured is an historical segment with Pierre- Bertor1 as commentator. OFF! Choose from patterns in 1847 Rogers Bros, and Community. Open stock pieces, 40-pco. sots and chestj. All perfect gift suggestions. CONVENIENT TERMS! OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS! DOWNTOWN 606-603 3rd Avo. S. Phone 327-5767 ;