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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1970 TV Documentary One of the most important movements in Canadian art started when seven artists de- cided that Canada should be painted through Canadian eyes and not in the tradition of Eu- ropean paintings. So the seven artists formed the now famous Group of Seven in order to im- plement their ideas. A. Y. Jackson is the only member of the Gr'oup still living, and on Tuesday June 16, p.m. on Channel 33 CTV's docu- mentary series Our World will re-telecast A. Y. Jackson: A Country's Painter, a look at A. Y.'s life and work. When the Group's paintings first appeared critics assailed them calling the work the "Hot Mush School" and "A single. narrow rigid form of ugliness." They were accused of making things up because people didn't believe that the unknown places they painted actually could exist. A. Y. is 7iow 07 years old, but remains active despite a recent stroke. He stall paints the Canadian landscape as he has done for over half a cen- tury. In his desire to bring the unknown Canada to Canadians he became the first artist to go north of the 60th parallel. He has been all over Canada, painting the country from coast to coast and up into the Arctic. The program looks at Jack- son's simplistic approach to life. Wednesday, June 17 i I 1 OJ Days of Our Lives Newlywed Game Our Town Peyton Place Doctors Dating Gamfi Magistrate's Court News Luncheon 1 Cartoons Another World City Secret Storm Cartoon Party Buckshot Edge of Night One Life Luncheon 2 Movie: The Patsy Dark Shadows Gomer Pyie Mike Douglas Movie: Saintly Sinners Love is a Many Splendored Thing General Hospital Linkletter Take 30 People in Conflict Andy Griffith That Girl Edge of Night Doctor's Diary Cronkite News Bewitched Galloping .Gourmet Pierre Berton TV-5 News The Lucy Show Banana Splits 03 H (0 E8 Wynne's Pad Hee Haw Huntley-Brinkley Popeye News Expo Baseball: Atlanta at Montreal Bewitched The Virginian Hogan's Heroes News My Three Sons F. Troop Room 222 Music Hall Catherine McKinnon Johnny Cash Mod Squad Teleprobe 7 Ghost and Mrs. Muir Medical Centre Engle Humperdinck Movie: Tubruk Gunsmoke News TVS News Tonight Show Felony Squad Merv Griffin Outdoor Sportsman Comedy Crackers News News Teleprobe 7 CFCN News I Spy Movie: The Impersonator Our Town Today THE LAW ALLOWS This is the fastest bike in the 100 cc Class, 5 speed gear box, delivers 11V2 h.p. and speeds up to 75 m.p.h. Available in Candy red, Ct.J A43, jjjjj Gold or Green.................. i Kfc 1307 3rd Ave. South Phone 327-8889 OPEN FRIDAYS TILL 9 p.n HERE COME THE STARS It's star time on CBC-TV this summer when the network pre- senls Here Come the Stars, a series of hour-long variety shows, in color, using the format of testimonial dinners with George Jessel as host-toastmaster. Among the guests of honor are Walter Matthau (top left) and George Burns, who is honored on 1he debut pro- gram, Friday, June 19, 8 p.m. on Channel 7. Seen with Matthau above right, is acior Joseph Gotten. Jessel GeneraP With George Jessel as "foast- master Here Come the Stars makes its debut on DEC-TV on Friday, June 19, in :he time slot usually occupied by Laugh-In, 8-9 p.m. on chan- nel 7. Tin's 12 week summer series, in the format of "testimonial dinners" honoring some of the big names of showbusiness, pro- vides a parade of stars as guests of honor, and as guest stars who pay tribute to them. The scries is in color. The emphasis is on comedy and variety, as the honored and the honoring kibitz over the dinner table. On the first pro- gram, George Burns is guest of honor, while the line-up of those paying tribute includes Jack Benny, Edward G. Robinson, Pat Boonc, Delia Reese, Rob- erta Sherwood and comics Sim- my Bow and Gene Baylos. Musical numbers in the first program, June 39, are: That's Life, sung by Pat Boone; You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You (Roberta Nev- er My Love, and I've Gotta Be Me (Delia In subsequent programs, guests of honor will be Mickey Rooney, Milton Eerie, Carl Rei- ner, Walter Matthau, Red But- tons, Groucho Marx, and others. Guest stars appearing on the various programs include: Zsa Zsa Gibor, Jack Carter, Kose- maiie, Joseph Gotten, Susan Strasberg, Shani Wallis, Tam- my Grimes, Morey Amsterdam, Polly Bergen, Sam Jaffe, Kath- ryn Grayson, Giselle MacKcn- zie, Rich Little, and many oth- ers. Host and tcastm aster George Jessel has been in showbusi- ness for mor'e than 60 years, and was recently honored with a special Academy Award. He travels constantly on behalf of -harity drives, lectures, writes, sings, and makes guest appear- ances on XV shows. He knows British Election P practically all tte vinir-Re stars of Hollywood on a personal sis. NEVER TODAY and TOMORROW ONLY OPEN TILL P.M. TONIGHT! ONtY 4 LEFT WE TAKE GRAIN IN TRADE revew Two days before the British general election takes place, Canadians will be able to catch a glimpse of the outcome of the British general election on a pre-election special in color Tuesday, June JG at p.m. on Channel 7. Prime Minister Harold Wilson's- Labor' Party, at first thought to he a heavy fa- vorite with voters, now has lost its lead in the polls and the Conservatives under Edward Heath might just win. 236 13th St. N., LETHBREDGE Phone 323-2235 ;