Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE tETHBRiOGE HERALD, FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1970 Special Will Star Young Maritimers Anne Murray, one of Can- ada's most exciting young pop- ular singers, end singer-com- poser Gene MacLeilan, whose songs have been recorded by Jchnny Cash, will be the stars of Thorn in My Shoe, a 60-min- ute color special to be filmed and videotaped in the Mari- times this summer, for telecast on the CBC-TV network next fall. The show, built around songs composed by MacLellan, and i exploiting the summertime b e a u t y of the Maritimes, will be filmed on location in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Is- land August 10 to 14; and will j include videotape of a concert by Miss Murray at the Confed- j eration Centre, Charlottetown, t P.E.I. Patrician Anne, young Halifax singer will also be fea- i tur'ed in the program. Brian Ahern will be the musical di- rector. Thursday, June 25 11: GI 03! 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Curtis is a college man and a soft-spoken sort and given to neatness and cleanliness. Plow, then, dees he do such a good jcb playing Festus? That's where Cedar Jack comes in. When Curtis was growing up, back in Las Colo., he oCten saw the old gentleman known around town as Cedar Jack. ''A few miles on Gunsmeke now for the show's 15 year run. And, even though he makes a good salary, he makes more outside the show, playing fairs and rodoes. "I figure to stay with Gun- smoke as long as I Curtis says. "Any actor who leaves a show that has a part that's made for him is foolish. "My plans are to stay on Gun- smoke as Ion? as they'll have me. Then I'd like to do a little film work. It's possible that by that time I'll have enough mon- ey to retire except that the way the economics are going today money is something you can't be sure of. "I've piit most of my money in land, as a precaution. But now I'm sort of land poor. In- terest rates are so high nobody wants to buy land these days." He really isn't worrying. The future looks- good and the pre- sent is glorious. His two step- children are coming along nice- ly, too, and they're working with him on the ro-deo circuit these days. His stepdaughter, Danelle, 15, does some trick riding. And Bill, 18, keeps books and helps out at the cnute. When tilings are going go-cd, once in a while Ken Curtis won- ders what ever happened to old Cedar Jack. Anybody know? Must Clear USED COLOR TVs! Choose From 25" ALL TRADED ON DEPENDABLE COLOR TVs Shop Early Avoid Disappointment ACME TELEVISION LTD. EASY TERMS QUICK SERVICE Two Stores To Serve You: 535 13th St. N. and College Mall "TELEVISION IS OUR MIDDLE NAME"