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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU HOTEL The Lettobridge Herald 328-4038 FRIDAY, JUNE 26, T970 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, JUNE 27 TO FRIDAY, JULY 3 ANOTHER LOOK AT EXPO 70 On Sunday, June 29, 10 p.m., Lloyd Robertson, host of CBC Summer Weekend, will be host of tli3 one-hour color special live via trans-Pacific satellite on CBC television of one of the mos t dazzling days at Expo 70 in Osaka Japan Day. Canadians will have a chance to see the Japanese celebrate their own country's day in their own way. Japan Celebrates At Expo 70 PM And Cabinet Visit Lower Fort Garry On Julv 1 One oC the most dazzling days at Expo 70 in Osaka, Japan .D a y. will be telecast live via trans-Pacific satellite on the CBC television network Sun- day, Jime 28 at 10 p.m. The one-hour program, in color, will give Canadians a chance to see how faraway .la- pan celebrates its own national day in its own style. The most recent live trans-Pacific satel- lite telecast transmission car- ried by CBC-TV was Canada Day on May 26, when the largest contingent of Canadian performers ever assembled at one location outside Canada performed for the Japanese j public, Expo 70 officials and! Prime Minister Trudeau, who was on hand for the occasion. The Japan Day program will include open ing ceremonies, court music and dance, the Na- tional Flag March played by the Self Defence Farce Band, a parade of 200 Japanese hos- tesses from that country's nu- merous pavilions, the arrival and departure of Crown Prince and Princess Akihito. speeches by Premier Sato and Taizo Ishizaka, president of the Ja- pan Association for the 1970 World Exhibition; selections by the 2500-voicc Dan Ikuma Cho- rus, accompanied by the Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra, folk dancing, plus film of Japanese people enjoying Expo 70. the Markets of the Worlds display and Japanese dancers. CBC commentator will be Lloyd Robertson. Grandfather Hope NBC-TV's Bab Hope will be a grandfather, for the second time in July. His daughter Linda Lnnde is expecting. The Hopes already have one grandcliild, Tony's son. Zachary. M Canada Day, Wednesday., July 1, CBC-TV will cover the Prime Minister's visit -with members of his Cabinet to Manitoba's liistcric Lower Fort Garry on the west bank of the Red River, 19 miles north of Winnipeg, where they will hold one of the few Cabinet meet- ings ever to lake place outside of Ottawa. Events of this Canada Day celebration will be broadcast live and in color on the CBC- TV network from a.m. to 9 a.m. on Channel 7 under the title Every 100 Years. Coverage will begin with the arrival of the prime minister, cabinet members, Premier of Manitoba and oth- er dignitaries aboard a vintage train across the highway from the fort. Forty-f.o u r pipers of the Queen's Own Cameron High- landers will be in attendance, one of whom will lead the pro- cession from the train to tiie fort's west gate. After a snort tour, the PM's parly will enter the Governor's residence, where the C a b i net mooting will be held in the din- ing re cm. While the meeting is in pro- gress, viewers will be able to see some of the other activities planned for the occasion, in- cluding a musical program by a SCO-voice choir and bands on the Centennial stage. Lower Fort Garry, forra.or Hudson's Bay Company post, was begun in l.t.'H and com- pleted in 1339. If: continued to be a trading post until Xcxt to Fort Prince of Wales Trudeau W5 Guest Prime Minister Pierre KllioU Trudcau will appear on CT-V.'s i News program on Sunday, June 28, p.m. on' Channel 13 in a cross-Canada j discussion. I June 25 marks the second j anniversary of. the Federal j election that brought Primei Minister Trudeau to power and I the program will be devoted to' I an assessment of the events of I those two years. This is the final edition of i I W5 for the 19G9-70 season. 1 at Churchill. Man., it was the most elaborate of the com- pany's posts. Covering almost 13 acres, it has walls, bastions and several buildings of stone. Several years ago. it was pre- sented Lo the Government of Canada and became a national historic park. Since then, the main buildings, including the g o v e r n o r's residence, have been restored to their original form with suitable furnishings of the period. Leacock: His Work, Character Stephen Leaeoek set the tone for Canadian humor for decades. Broadcaster .1 o h n David Hamilton and humor- ists Max Ferguson and Harry J. Boyle look at some as- pects of the man's work and character in Leacock: Our Remarkable. Uncle, filmed at Orillia. and presented on the CBC television network Wed- nesday. July 1 at p.m. on Channel 7. Time To Head Outdoors and Stock Up on Hoyl's DOMINION DAY S. E. WOODS 9'x9'x7' TOURIST TENT Heavy duly _ walerprooF canvas. Ranular list 66.00 SPECIAL ONLY 39.95 3 Days Only! June 25, 26, 27lh( COLEMAN 2-SURNER CAMP STOVE Regular 19.95 SPECIAL ONLY 15.99 1 GALLON CAN COLEMAN CAMP STOVE FUEL SPECIAL 1.59 S. E. WOODS 4-lb. THERMOFILL SLEEPING ROBE 36" Regular 15.95 13.88 324 13th -Street Notlh Phono 328-4441 ;