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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE 4 Sob Hope plans six s LOS Bob Hope, an NW s'ar for aM his lifetime, headline ix specials for mr.jor ad- vertisers on tht NBC Television Network durLig the 3C73-74 sea- on. In addition to ihe nx prime- time specials, NEC Spons will wesent live c-j-versge of the 3ob Hope E'esert ciassic golf ournamem Palm Springs, Cali'., icr 10th con- ecutive year. Hope, who his 70th >irthday lasl. i9, s.arred in his first NBC Kadio pro- gram in 1938, 3f> i o: rs arc. The :oming seasij'1 "will the :omedian's 24th on NBC- TV. CFL Star Game from Hamilton CTV presents the "CFL All Star Game" on Wednes- day, June 27 at 6 p.m. on the CTV Television Network. The game is being played in Ivor Wynne stadium in Ham- ilton between the CFL All Stars and the Hamilton Tiger Cats. Monday, June 25 Movie: Bride of Vengeance O Another Worid O Let's Make a Deal Q General Hospital DURING OUR BIG must.- EOM end of month SALE "V egonal Super Chromacolor Pic- ture! Modern styled lowboy con- sole in genuine oil finished Wal- nut veneers and select hardwood solids Titan 101 Chassis over 90% solid state" Solid-State Super Video Range Tuner. One-Button Tuning. AFC. Spot- lite Dials. LIMITED QUANTITY SMITH'S 236 13th ST. N. Phone 328-5541 CLOSED MONDAY Open Thurs. ond Frt, Till 9 p.m. 7: CO 0 New Match Game O) One Life to Live O Klara's Korner ffl Days of Our ives Galloping Gourmet Secret Storm (2) Joan Waterfield O Mike Douglas Somerset Q Dinah's Place fD Three On A Match G) Another Work! OTake 30 m Dating Game What's the Good Word O of Night fD Split Second O Joker's Wild S Family Court Anything You Can Do Bewitched Buckshot Drop In News Star Trek Hollywood Squares News Password News Get Smart TV-5 News News fD News Q Baseball 09 News fD Truth or Consequences Q Outdoor Living IB Beat the Clock CD Rookies ffi Doris Day O Wildlife Unlimited IE) Q Going Places O Partridge Family t3 Sanford and Son Mark Wilson's Magic Circus O Camion O Medical Centre O Here's Lucy CD Billy Graham CO -Pig Whistk Q Doris Day O This is the Law fi) V.I.P. CD News O News C0 Ironside O Tonight Show ft What on Earth fD Movie: Half a Sixpence 33 NPWH C0 News CD QQ CJOC News CB Pierre Berton Q Crossfire C9 Merv Griffin O David Frost CD first love was rodeo singing pays off When Ian Tyson makes a trip to Western Canada, it's just like coming home. Tyson was born and raised in the farmlands of British Colum- bia, worked at fanning, log- ging, as a real-live cowboy and even did a little bit of rodeo riding. He likes the Prairie life. Kenny Rogers and the First Edition wel- come ''oik-rock singer Billy Preston and Foot In Cold water as their special guests, Monday, June 25 at p.m. on Channel 13. 100 ROLES IN SIX YEARS James McEaehin, star oJ which premieres on NBC-TV this fall, has had more than 100 TV and movie roles in the six years pince he became an actor. And even though Ian has blos- somed into a Canadian televi- sion star and folk singing hero of some note, he stiU hasn't for- gotten some of IiLs country trademarks. He runs a 300-acre farm near Oshawa, Ont., 'with 100 head of cattle and about 100 horses. He is president of the Ontario Cut- ting Horse Association, his ar- ranged for national sponsors for two competitions, promoted cutting and judging clinics and has encouraged the media to take an interest in a competi- tive area of horsemanship. On his ranch is a two-storey field-stone house, which appears older than Confederation. Tyson, and his wife, Sylvia. also own a suburban home in Toronto the benefits from a career which has prevailed for years. Tyson was bom in Victoria but grew up in cattle covjvtry where his first love was rodeo and trail riding. At 17, Ian hit the road as a migrant worker, logger and ro- deo performer. Fol'owing an in jury as a rodeo rider ha took up music. Still uncertain of Win self as a professional singer he entered the Vancouver School of Art. He arrived in To- ronto two years after graduat ing from art school and worked as a commercial artist by da> and as a folk singer at night A year later, he gave up ar for a full-time career as a song or. In 1959, he met singer Syl via Fricker and they began per forming together as Ian and Sylvia. They married in 1964. Sylvia, born in Chatham, On tario, is virtually self-taught as a singer, with the bulk of he repertoire originally from books. As a duo, Ian and Sylvia hav< long been regarded as one o the top folk and country duos in N o r t h America. They have travelled extensively and rec orded close to 20 albums. The newest album, by Columbia, is entitled Yoi Were On My Mind. It include a newly-arranged version of the first hit in their career. ets liis 1'Tiiiance nnew series HOLLYWOOD Davidson is a young man. He has been as say- ing that he toiild like to act more and sing less He gets his chance on the NBC Television Network this fafi Davidson and Sally Field