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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Luncheon date at Klondike Days Elwood hits trail of '98 With his string tie properly adjusted and his top 'hat at a rakish angle, Elwood Glover will head west for the second week of Edmonton's annual Klondike Days festival, July 23rd to 29th. Along with producer Drew Crossan, band leader Sonny Caulfield and senior research- er Leslie Cunnlan, Elwood will invade the Macdonald Hotel's Silver Slipper Saloon for five days of panning the gold of western hospitality. The Luncheon Date pro- grams will be videotaped one day prior to telecast and ship- ped to Toronto to be sent out across the network. Elwood is hoping to talk to at least 25 home-towners, and to introduce ten Ed- monton based performers. Naturally, everyone is expect- ed to dress in the style of the 1890s, including Elwood, who will don the appropriate cos- tume in order to avoid pay- ment of the fines levied upon those who fan to Join in the costuming. (The fines all go to charity, by the Edmonton was the starting point for many of the rugged individuals who foDowed the hire of the "gold in them thar Yukon and, since turn- ing its Exhibition into Klon- dike Days, it has become the meeting place for North Amer- ican "sourdoughs" from all walks of life. The official uniform of the day has become anything from cutaways to frock coats, from top hate to straw boaters, from Floradoras to granny dresses. Whatever fits the general mood of "dress-up and have fun" is in fashion. Bands play on the streetcorners and the local residents get in line with their visitors for a chance at a seat in the local saloons. Producer Drew Crossan says that this is the first time Luncheon Date has travelled outside of Toronto, within Can- ada, and. if they survive this visit, other excursions are ELWOOD GLOVER MCRCbANT CENTRE VIUAOE MAU featuring UNUSUAL GIFTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD Spiritual Sky CMpORIUM 1 PHONE INSTANT GLAMOUR HEAT-RESISTANT WIGS Skin Top Jmlr. elaia. Special feature Win Provided VAN'S TV SALES CLEARANCE of 1973 COLOR TV's is Now In Effect WE MUST MAKE ROOM FOR NEW 1974 MODEIS NOW ARRIVING, SO SAVE WHILE LIMITED STOCK LASTS. 1238 3nJ Ave S. Phone 327-5020 planned for next year. Mr. Crossan and Miss Cunnian ex pect to arrive in the Alberta city on the 14th of July to com- plete preparations for the week of telecasts. Elwood and Sonny will be Joined by the staff of CBXT, in Edmonton, who will provide production and technical facili- ties necessary to the show. The diggin's look top grade and the prospectin's great as Elwood and Luncheon Date follow the old adage to "Go west (and slightly north) young Cameras roll (or 3rd season of LOS ANGELES (NBC) Production has begun on NBC Television Network's "Emer- series, which begins its third season this fall. Producer Ed Self reported that an episode written by Kenneth Dorward, would be filmed in several Los Angeles and be direc- ted by Dennis Donnelly. Ran dolph Mantooth, Kevin Tighe, Robert Fuller, Bobby Troup, Julie London and Ron Pin- kard. The series, a Mark VH Ltd. production, is filmed at Univer- sal Studios in association with NBC-TV. Robert A. Cinader is executive producer. Razzle-dazzle journalism to be re-telecast Great Canadian news stories were not only reported, but often during the early days of the Toronto Daily Star. When a story was worth H, the Star would send out "platoons" of to write up every conceivable angle in a razzle dazzle style no other Canadian newspaper could match. Fred Griffin, Greg Clark, Ernest Hemingway and Gordon Sinclair were a few of the ad- venturous Star writers in those dazzling days. On Sunday, July 15, at p.m. CBC-TV will present a one-hour repeat program o4 the Great Dnys on King Street. KIHBY'S GUEST comedlcnne Barbara Shar- ma her perky brand charm and talent to "Half The George Klrby Hoar" on CTV. Barbara George p.m.. Thursday, July on Channel 13. 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