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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta a warm welcome av;a!ts rou HOTEL The Lethbtldge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE FRIDAY, OECe^ABER 17, 1971 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, TO FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1971 Cousteau visits SPECIAL GUEST STARS: Singers Johnny Mathis (left) and Delia Reese (right) and Burl Ives are special guests of the Christmas presentation by Oral Roberts. Richard Rob-erts is shown above centre. "A City of the Kin^ Musical drama special In one of the religious programs of the Christmas season, intematiooaUy known Oral Roberts brings to the TV audience "A City of the King," a musical drama adapted espe-daliy for the quarterly one-hour series. A new look for the Oral Roberts series, the show is scheduled on CSiannel 13 Wednesday, December 22, 9:C0 to 10:00 p.m. and is a departure from the musical variety shows of the past. Guest stars include Johnny Mathis and Delia Reese as the innkeeper and his wife, with the incomparable Burl Ives in a dramatic portrayal of the old prophet finally realizing a lifelong dream. Eadi guest is a headliner in his separate area of endeavor and each fits perfectly his role in "A aty of the King." Much could be said about these performers, whose names don't normally appear on the religion page of the nation's newspapers. Because of this, tlheir appearsitce on a religious show attracts miUions of viewers that might not otherwise tune in. It's this attention - getting de'-'ice that has generated success for the series. The octopus, subject of foUc-lore for centuries, has been dubbed "tihe giant devil fish." Artists and writers, among them Victor Hugo and Jules Verne, have depicted ootopi as gigantic bloodthirsty creatures powerful enough to crush ships. On Sunday, I>ecember 19, 7:30-8:30 p.m. Captain Jacques Cousteau and his crews from the research ships Calypso and Espadon examine the facts and fables of these stxange marine creaitures on Octopus! Octopus! another adventure from The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau. From Marseilles, the Espadon, a fishing vessel is refitted as an auxiliary ^ve boat. Captain Cousteau and the crew then head south-east to Friouls Island where the major phase of the study takes place. Off Seattle, in the cold waters of the Pacific, another octopus study gets underway. Calypso divers Raymond Coll and Louis Prezlin are escorted to octopus lairs by two American guides, Joanne Duffy and Gary Keffler. This group of divers is to study the North American octopus, the largest known species in the world. In the Mediterranean Cousteau uncovers a housing shortage beneath the sea. The Mediterranean species is small and harmless, alternately curious and shy, tending to hide in holes and caves. When no semblance of a home can be found, they are forced to become wanderers, traveling long and tiring voyages. This housing sliort-age frequently sends the small octopus into the traps set by fishermen. In Monaco's famed Oceano-graphic Museum, of whidi be is in charge. Captain Cousteau, aided by scientists Dr. Andrew Packard and Dr. Geoffrey Sanders study whether or not the octopus has intelligence and is capable of learning. Christmas Eve music special Sonny and Cher in re-telecast of Comedy Hour Women's liberation, locker room boys and mothers - inlaw all have their place when a happily married couple, who also happen to be popular singing stars Sonny and Cher host The Nitty Gritty Comedy Hour, a special to be re - telecast Tuesday, December 21, 8:00-9:00 p.m. on the CTV Television Network. Marcus Welby, MD is pre - empted on this occasion. BORIS BKOTT In celebration of the Christmas season the CTV Television Network is proud to present for the seventh consecutive year the outstanding musical program A Gift of Music. Telecast i n g on Christmas Eve, December 24, 10:00 to 11:00 p.m. and pre - empting The FBI on this occasion, A Gift of Music features Boris Brott conducting members of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, with the University of Toronto Oiorus, the Canadian Children's Opera Chorus, the Black Box Theatre, the Hometowners Quartet, the National Ballet School and special guest i)er-former Eleanor Calbes. Dave Devall hosts the program with a group of thirty young children. Of special interest to viewers of A Gift of Music will be producer Gerry Rochon's modem dramatization of the famous orchestral fairy bale "Peter and the Wolf." Give your home a gift that will be treasured and admired for years to come BROOKS FIRESIDE FURNISHINGS IN BRASS - COPPER - SWEDISH IRON OR HAMMERED BRASS Fireside Screens 9 Coal Hods  Fire Sets (brush. Log Holders  Bel5ows  Grotes broom, etc.)  Wood Boxes DOWNTOWf^ ^  CALL HARDWARE 327-5767 ;