Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
READ THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SOUTH ALBERTA'S LARGEST RURAL CIRCULATION The Letttbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE KING KOIN LAUNDERETTE Washing, Drying, Dry Cleaning HIOIM 328-8944 3 ft 12 St. S. Attended Man. thru Fri. FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1973 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, JULY 21 TO FRIDAY, JULY 27 Canada AM goes West It's a week of gay nineties costumes, chorus lines, rag- time music, sourdoughs, poli- tics and religion as Canada AM, CTV's early morning show, travels west lo .Ed- monton for ninety minutes of news, weather, sports and un- predictable and provocative discussions with prominent personalities and newsmaRers each day of the week. Brofldcasting from the Chateau Lacombe in Edmon- ton, Canada AM telecasts 7- a.m. with hosts Percy Sattzman, Helen Hutchinson and. CTV national news re- porter Dennis Mclntosh. Klondike welcome Monday, July 23, Mayor Ivor Dent of Edmonton wel- comes the Canada AM crew explaining the why's and wherefore's of the Klondike Days celebrations. Abo, Canada's own Alex- ander "Ragtime" Reid plays his wild and woolly brand of honkytonk and Canadian nov- elist and historian James Grey, author of Booze and Red Light On The Prairies, tells the history of the Klon- dike Days, Joining them is Klondike Mike, the unofficial mascot of Klondike Days, who travels thousands of miles each year promoting the celebrations. Leo Leclerc, who is with the city of Edmonton busi- ness and development sec- tion, talks about the festivities from the businessman's point of view. Lougheed interview On Tuesday, Peter Loug- heed, the Premier of Alber- ta is featured in interview along with Grant MacEwan, the Lieutenant Governor of Alberta. MacEwan is a'so the Chan- cellor of the University of Al- berta. Klondike Kate enter- tains in dance hall fashion. The following day, on Wed- nesday, Grant Motley, the only NDP member of the provincial legislature and Werner Schmidt, leader of the Socreds, discusses West- em politics. Harold Cardinal, president of the A'berta Indian Asso- ciation is featured in inter- view as well as country and western great, Roger Miller. On stage this morning is Jalopy, an eight member band playing gay nineties music. Ombudsman discussion George McClellan, Alberta O m b u d sman, discusses his job on Thursday. He is the only provincial ombudsman in Canada. Also on today's show is author Andy Russell, a naturalist who talks freely about the great western out- doors. On Friday, Commissioner James Smith of the Yukon gives us some insights into the old Gold Rush and dis- cusses the modern day Yukon. There's also a chorus line and the Tailgate Jazz Band in concert. Preacher Manning Also during this week of festivities, Canada AM will be talking to Mel Hurtig, pub- lisher and member of the Committee for Independent Canada, author W. 0. Mitch- ell and a filmed interview with Ernest Manning, Bible- Belt preacher and former premier. Canada AM, telecasting from the Chateau Lacombe in Edmonton, is subject to changes and additions. Of all people Sarah Davidson featured on CBC-TV's Of All People, Sunday, July 22, at p.m. shown here with her father, jazz musician Trump and her mother, classical violin- Erica Davidson. Ponderosa living room enjoys tourist bonanza Two huge trailers which, when combined, contain an exact replica of the fabled Ponderosa Ranch living room made famous on NBC-TV's "Bonanza" series, have been leased to the state of and will soon be located in a Tokyo, Japan, hotel. Thomas W. Sarnoff, Staff Executive Vice President, West Coast, National Broad- casting Company, announced today that Nevada's Depart- ment of Economic Develop- ment has leased the trailers. The exhibit toured the United States as the Ponderosa Cara- van following construction in 1967, to be used as a tourist promotion attraction in various far east locales. REFURBISHING The exhibit, which is owned jointly by NBC and Lome Greene, who starred as Ben Cartwright on the television series, will be moved to Carson City, Nev., for refurb- ishing. Later, H wfll be trans- ported by ship to Japan for dis- play at the New OUmi Hotel hi September. When combined, the occupy a space of TO by feet. The pound display contains a chair for chair, wall for wall, crack for- crack duplication of the living room used during the 14 years of filming of the "Bonanza" series, which was just as popu- lar in foreign lank as U was at home.