Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 5

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 48

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The LetKbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE HANNIGAN'S 328-4038 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1970 LISllNGS FO3 SATURDAY. DECEMBER 26 TO FRIDAY, JANUARY 1 New Year's clav exciting on TV AND A UTTLE BIT OF OOM-P AH" Howard Cable strikes up his concert band with the assistance of songstress Catherine McKInnon on the CBC-TV color special And A Little Bir of Oompah" Thursday, Dec. 31 at 8 p.m. Along with dancers from the National Ballet of Can-ada, the Norman Campbell-directed production features a host of bouncy marches, concert band music and some stunningly colorful dance sequences to welcome in the New Year, Ballet and band music New Year's Eve program r Ballot dancers performing to bination can Ire excitingly ef- band music? Incongruous fective when those in question though it may sound the com- j involve the concert band of Fred and Cliarlie take 011 in year-end special govt. The famous farmer from BeamsvitLe, Fred Dobbs, and Parry Sound's pride artd joy, Charlie Farquharson. are up to their old tricks agnui this year, as the loveable old coots team up on a CBC television color special for telecast Wednesday, Dec. 30 at 9 p.m. Produced and directed by Norman Campbell, the one- hour special involves the same team ol people that created last year's delightfully siiccess- fui show. Enlitlod Wring Out The Old, the program will be seon the night before New Year's Eve on this occasion, enabling a much wider au- dience to laugh at. the antics oi Char tic and Fred. They're joined in their antics by the skilfully hilarious group of- Jack Duffy, Marylyn Stuart, Doug Chamberlain and Peter Mews all oE whom (except Chamberlain) were on the spe-j cial last year. Howard Cable, the dancers of the National Ballet oE Canada, and the direction of Etumy Award-winner Norman Camp- bell. Along with Canadian song- stress Catherine McKinnon. this talented combination pre- sents an hour-long color televi- sion special of brassy entertain- ment far the holidays, on the CBC television network Thurs- day. Dec. 31 at. 3 p.m. Entitled And A Little Bit of the program offers stirring marches, light concert band music and even ballet, and in particular features sev- eral numbers wril ten by con- cortmaster himself. r fj ,r f. New Year's Day will be a colorful and exciting one for Canadian television viewers with CBC-TV telecasting both the annual Tournament of Roses JParade and ttte Rose Bowl football game live and hi color from Pasadena, Califor- nia. The -parade, move than two hours in length, gets underway at a.m. on the CBC, while the Rose Bowl itself be- gins at p.m. For football fans the Rose Bowl is the pinnacle of college football in the U.S., pitting the nation's top ranked clubs against each other, while the Tournament of Roses Parade is an extravanganza of color and Joniraiey to Canada's Arctic area Beyor.d the northern limits of Canada's urban civilization, stretching out lor a million square miles across the top of the continent lies the Canadian Arctic. This is a vast and ever changing land of ice and frozen tundra. To these who are unfamiliar with the Arctic it appears hostile and uninviting, yet it represents an inevitable challenge to man's curiosity and seiise of adventure. On Sunday December 27, p.m. the CTV Television Net- work's Untamed World visits the Arctic, Canada's northern frontier. As desolate as the Arctic wilderness may appear, it is in fact host to a great variety of plants ;and animal life, each; with its own unique method of survivirg in the extreme tem- peratures. music that appeals to adults and children alike. Tile teams to battle in this year's Rose Bowl will be the mighty Ohio State Buckeyes against Stanford University. Ohio State rolled to an unde- feated, untied record of nin-e straight in 1970 and are led by quarterback Rex Keru who fa- i'Ors a hard-hitting ground game. Stanford is quarterback- ed by Hcisman Trophy winner Jim Plunkett who directs a powerful passing attack for the Pacific champions. Television personalities Lockhart and Bob Barker will host the telecast of the Tourna- ment of Bases Parade which U made up of more than GO flow- er-bedecked floats. 2L outstand- ing marching bands and 250 colorful equestrians attired in Western, Spanish, Arabian and Mexican costumes. Thi: largest parade of it3 kind in the U.S., the extrava- ganza has been held for 82 years, and the 1971 Grand Marsha! will be evan- gelist Billy Graham, Brown- haired 19-year-oM Kathleen Ar- nett, s sophomore at Pasadena City College, will be the Rose Queen to reign over both parade and the football game. The parade theme this will be "Through the-Eyes of a Jennifer Leak Conviu'y gnesl In the final episode of CBC- TV's Osrwin scries. Do Not Go Gentle, for telecast Sunday. Jan. X at 9 p.m. (in j series' .star John Horton as j young Dr. Corwin has as bus patient a high school girl threatened with blindness. I Jennifer Leak, who went to Hollywood after her successful debut in Wojeck in lOSfl. re- turns to CBC-TV in the guest star role of Angie ia this Cor- i win cpijjode. i How long will fresh, water last? "It is in fact more than dylrcj water. This is dead water. This is as dead as water can con- ceivably says conserve tionist Stanley Spising. Me LJ talking about Lha Buffalo Riv- er, a river that bccau-se of th-3 massive pollution by cyanide. lie calls a 'cyanide cocktail.' Water: The Effluent is subjected to examination the CTV series Here Como The Seventies on Thursday 31, p.m. la the 70s sustaining the i-fs of. one human being will re- quire three million gallons QC fresh water every year. But only 1 per cent of all" water on earth is fresh water and MOOLh of that Ls surface wate-. may thn of and enkindle, a fratvrnui In tilt. MANAGEMENT and STAFF DOWNTOWN 9 ;