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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The LctKbrtdgc Herald TELEVISION GUIDE FREE EXTERIOR CAR WASH WITH ANY PURCHASE OF 3 OR MORE GALLONS OF GAS SUPERSONIC CAR WASH THE LETH8RIDGE HERALD Friday, Juno 30, 1972 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, JULY TO FRIDAY, JULY 7. 1972 David Steinberg Show on July 4 David Steinberg, the popular Canadian-born comedian, actor and TV pereonaJity currently a special favorite of the New York "Now" generation, will host the David Steinberg Show, a new hour-tag music-comedy series making its debut, Tues- DAVID STEINBERG day, July 4. at p.m., (to color) on CBC Television. The series wil continue in this time slot for a total of five occasions. Guests on the show (replac- ing Tha .Carol Burnett Show throughout July and August) will include James Caaa, of "The Godfather" fame, singer- comedienne Bernadettc Peters, Carley Simon, Janws Taylor, two-time Emmy winner Valerie Hairper of "The Mary Tyler Moore and Tommy Smothers. Caan, currently enjoying tremendous personal success for bis portrayal of Sonoy in "The is matched I in cOTiedy by Miss Peters, star i of tne off Broadway, hit Dames At Sea. Under Steinberg's own crea- tive control, the programs will lie structured as if they were live, late-night talk shows. In his own words, it will all bs 'very, very real, and very ab- surd." With is penchant for Marx Brothers style, the able young Winnipeg born actor promises interesting evenings for Canadian TV viewers. Canadian Open on July 6 The Canadian Open Golf Tournament takes place this year July 6-9 at the.Cherry Hill Golf Course, Fort Erie. Defend- ing champion Lee Treyino will be there; the man with the Arnold Palmer will be there, and so too will CBC- TV. Canadian Open activities begin on CBC-TV on Saturday July I with a half-hour preview at that night On the last two days of the tournament, CBC-TV's 16 cam- eras will provide viewers with Live color coverage of play on the final holes. Thousands embrace Islam as Arab empire expands The period Immediately fol- lowing the prophet Moham- med's death in 632 A.D. was one of large-scale con- quests for the Arab people. In less than two decades the forces of Islam expanded the Arab Empire to include Syria, Iraq, Palestine, Egypt and the entire Persian Empire. Military victories pfled up so quickly that the conquering Arabs at first had little time to convert or govern their new domains and were content to exact tribute and to grant tol- erance to all who paid. Yot hordes of conquered subjects quickly embraced the dynamic new religion that had burst upon them from the desert wastes of Arabia. It is these events and their attendant political, economic, social and religious ramifica- tions which arc chronicled aold assessed in episodes three and four of the current CBC tele- vision series, Islam. The one- hour color documentaries, en- titled The First Excitement, and Unity and Diversity, will be telecast Tuesdays, July 4 and 11 respectively, at 10 p.m.' on the CBC network. THE D.A.' DEBUTS ON CTV-Harry Morgan (left) and Robert Conrad star as Chief Deputy Assistant District At- torney H. M, Stafford and Deputy District Attorney Paul Ryan in CTV's THE D.A., telecasting Fridays from p.m. Conrad, Morgan star in 4The D. A.' The world's largest legal or-1 man" and "77 Sunset Sanitation, employing over 4001 He eventually landed a starring attorneys is the District Attor- j role in "Hawaiian Eye" which ney's office in Los Angeles, ran on network television for Handling cases ranging from relatively simple misdemean- ors bo complex criminal cases, the Deputy p.A.s can only feel confident with a case when they have accumulated every piece of evidence available and when they feel the defendant is guilty beyond the shadow of a doubt. Time is of the essence. Tension is built into the job. The drama and excitement of watching the D.A.s at work is presented each week new CTV series THE in the D.A., PLANS SERIES The CBC plans an eight-epi- sode television series based on Pierre Berton's books The Na- tional Droam and 'The Last Spike, which relate thj history of the Canadian Pacific Rail- way. premicring Friday July 7, p.m. Robert Conrad stars in The D.A. as Paul Ryan with Harry Morgan co-starring as Chief Deputy District Attorney H. M. Stafford. On the other side of the court- room is Deputy Public Defend- er Katherine Benson, played by Julie Cobb. Miss Benson, like Ryan, is a dedicated ideal- ist. Their different points of view make them worthy adver- saries. Robert Conrad born in Chi- cago, has been seen in such series as "Law- four years. Conrad then spent a period of time working in mo- tion pictures before returning to television to star in "The Wild, Wild, which also ran for four seasons. Harry Morgan's face Is one familiar to network television audiences dating back to the 1950s when he starred in "De- cember Bride" for five years and then with his friend Jack Webb, (executive producer of THE D.A.) in one of the most famous of all television police shows Julie Cobb comes to acting via her acting mother and father Lee J. Cobb and Helen Beverly. Her credits today in- clude roles in "Love, Ameri- can "Star "Bracken's World" and The Brady Bunch. Calgary rodeo special Movie and television stars Lome Greene, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans will headline a Bank oC Montreal television musical special on this year's 60th anniversary of the Calgary Stampede. To be produced and carried by CTV, the show is one two one-hour specials being pro- duced by the bank to feature the Young Canadians, a re- markably professional group of some 80 young singers and dancers from the Stampede's Grand Stand Show. Shooting of the first show be- gins this week with the facili- ties oE CFCN-TV Calgary, while the second production, to be aired Christmas Eve, will be done at CFTO-TV Toronto, in August. The Sons of the PioMers and Canada's Wilf Carter" will also be appearing with the Young Canadians in the Stampede Special. The Stampede Special will take a light hearted look at the development of the West, with particular emphasis on Calgary and The Stampede. The "Young Canadians is a group formed by The Stampede six years ago to appear n> the Grand Stand Show. They aro Alberta youngsters, aged seven to 21, who attend a school in singing and dancing which is run by the Stampede under too direction of Randy Avery who also produces the Grand Stand Show. Upwards of 40 members of the group will go to Toronto to appear in the Christmas Special. SINGER FEATURED French-Canadian singer Gi- nette Reno will be a featured artist in the Engelbert Humper- dinck show at this year's Cana- dian National Exhibition in To- ronto. Radio service operated Indians is topic R.A.V.E.N. Radio and Vis- ual Education Network Is an organization of 50 short wavo radio stations situated in iso- lated Indian communities on Canada's West coast, organiz- ed and operated by Canadian Indians. The service is import- ant in lives of these smafl groups of people, allowing them to remain in contact with the outside world and to exchanga advice and information. CTV's summer documentary series Quality Of Life examines R.A.V.E.N. on Thursday July G at p.m. SIMPSONS-SEARS RECORD OF THE WEEK "THICK AS A BRICK" JETHRO TULL 3'" WARNER BROS. RECORDS STORE HOURS: Open Dally 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to p.m. Cenlre Village. Telephone S58-M31 ;