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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The LetKbrtdge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE HANNIGAN'S 328-4038 FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1970 Set, Singers ForDino JJEAN MARTIN may not rec- Qgmize his own "house" he reports far "duty" July 24 to start production for the sixth season of NBC Tele- vision Network's "The Dean Martin Show." Dean wffi have an entirely new set, a new group of singer- daaicers, and more musical numbers. "It's a new says pro- Greg Garrison, "but tine entertainment itself will be mucli Hie same. Dean Martin is the nvan whs makes it go. The rest revolves aroumd him." Martin will still operate from his living room but the decor will be different. Dean won't, for instance, ar- rive by fireman's pole this season. Garrison is saving Mai-tin's hands 'and tux this season by virtue of a new means of entry but .he's keeping the actual method a secret as a surprise to both Mai-tin and the audience. The room itself will be newly decorated. One item missing wiM be the antique Italian hurdy- gurdy that hung over a poster behind Martin's left shoulder. The surprise closet, however, remains. And Ken Lane will be back at the piano except that his piano will be in. new quar- ters. This year the first time there will be a well-known group of singer-dancers per- taining on the show. They're fihe Goiddiggers who haive per- formed oai Martin's summer re- placement program for three years. "They're a weJI-knit says Garrison, "bliey work beautifully together and have a fresh, youthful appeal." Over Hie past Uiree years Gan-ison has auditioned over girls for the group and feels they are fully ready for regular season television. The Golddiggers will aitso to beep fcheir road dates. Comedy wffl still be blended with but Mai-tin will now sing at least one more number fwr the finale of each program. Garrison also plans to have the sliow somewhat more youiih.- oriented in its presentation. Guests wffl continue- to be drawn from tap show business NEW SET Concluded on Page 3 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, JULY 18 TO FRIDAY, JULY 24 THE BURT BACHARACH S P E C I A L-Composer Burt Bacharach (shown, above) and his 'girls' (from left) Mireille Mathieu, Dusty Springfield and Juliet Prowse combine their talents for an hour of music and light- hearted entertainment in CTV's upcoming "Burt Bachorach airing Thursday, July 23, p m on Channel 13. Special Daily Reports From Edinburgh Commonwealth Games Coverage The 9th British Commonwealth Games get under way in Edin- burg5i, Scotland this week, with more than contestants from 36 nations competing for honors. Throughout the Games, which began July 16 and end July 25, the CBC television network will carry special daily reports on the action on a one-day delay basis. The CBC sports team in Scotland for color coverage consists of Ernie Afaganis, Ted Heynolds and Tom McKee. The first telecast of the open- ing ceremonies will be seen on the network tonight, Friday, July 17 at 7 p.m. on Channel 7. Meadowbank Stadium in Edin- burgh will ring to the sound of massed pipes and drums, a mili- tary guard. of honor and the tramp of the athletes' feet as HRH Hie Duke of Edinburgh takes the salute and officially opens the Games. Canada will have nearly 200 athletes at the 1970 Common- wealth Games competing in a variety of nine-sports: track and field, badminton, bowling, box- ing, cycling, fencing, swimming and diving, weSghtlifting and wrestling. Ernie Afaganis will handle all coverage of the track and field events while Ted Rey- nolds will report on the ming and diving action. Following is a daily schedule of Games coverage on CBC-TV and what sports are expected to be included in the telecasts: Friday, July 17, p.m. (opening ceremonies) Saturday, July 18, 4-5 p.m. (track and field, diving, weightlifting and bad- minton) Sunday, July 19, 4-5 p.m. (track and field, diving, weightlifting and bad- minton) Tuesday, July 21, p.m. badminton, boxing and weightlifting) Wednesday, July 21, p.m. (track and field, diving, cycling, boxing and weightlifting) Thursday, July 23, p.m. (track and field, cycling, ing, weiglitlifting) Friday, July 24, p.m. (track and field, diving and cycling) Satin-day, July 25, 4-5 p.m. (track and field, diving, boxing, cycling an< Sunday, July 26, 4-3 p.m. (track and field, cycling and the closing ceremonies) Diving Champion Beverly Boys of Pickering, Ont. Special Features Include: New- thinwall design with UVethane insulation Handy Inferior light Alls-well light Lock and key Automatic temperature control Kelvinaior Freezers are engineered and built to give years of frouble-free service. Shop Hoyt's Downtown or North Lethbridge For Outstanding Buys During Our FREEZER SALE 15 CU. FT. FREEZER Regular list 254.95. OPENING SPECIAL 199.95 23 CU. FT. FREEZER Regular list 319.00. OPENING SPECIAL 239.95 18 CU. FT. FREEZER Regular List 284.95. OPENING SPECIAL 219.95 28 CU. FT. FREEZER Regular List 339.00. OPENING SPECIAL 269.95 Convenient Terms! DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave. S. Phone 317-3767 NORTH-LETHBRIDGE 324 13lh Street North Phone 328-4441 ;