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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEl The Lethbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE Tags Drive In Phone 328-5405 FOR PICKUP ORDERS FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1971 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, MARCH 6 TO FRIDAY, AAARCH 12, 1971 Second special for Anne Murray Straight, clean and simple is what Anne Murray is all about. It's what her singing style, her personality and her physical presence are really luce, and it also happens to be the ANNE MURRAY t title of her upcoming color special on CBC-TV Thursday, March 11 at 8 p.m. The second of Anne's four specials on CSC television this season, Straight. Clean and Simple will concentrate exclusively on the girl herself, featuring her in a wide variety of h?T favorite-activities as well as singing. The on-location sequences range from skating with her hockey idol Gordie Howe to entertaining for a r oar in gly appreciative audience at a Royal Canadian Legion hall. She'll also be seen singing at a folk mass with a jubilant choir and congregation and clowning through some indoor sports at a school gymnasium with her shaggy-haired and colorfully clothed musicians (Anne is, of course, a former physical education teacher). ... A highlight of the show will be Anne's concert under a spe-cially constructed geodesic dome inside CBC's Studio 7 in Toronto. As well as the Doctor Music singing group, the top musicians backing Anne will include: Skip Beckwith on bass, Bill Spear on organ. Pat Ricco Jr. on piano, Miles Wilkinson on guitar, Buddy Cage on steel guitar, Ron Rally on drums and featuring Brent Titcombe on guitar and harmonica. Many favorite shows face axe By NED POWERS In Saskatoon Star-Phoenix The demise of television's longest-ninning variety show, Ed Sullivan, seems at hand in the United States but if it's any consolation. Sullivan is going to have lots1 of company among the TV unemployed. Officers of the three American networks, CBS, NBC and ABC, are currently sorting out the prospects for 1971-72 and soon, the expiration notices will be going out. Many favorites carried by either of Canada's two networks, will be casualties. CBS has committed itself to buy a raft of new 30-minute situationals, must accommodate stars like Dick Van Dyke and Glenn Ford, will likely string along with Mary Tyler Moore, Family Affair and Hawaii Five-O, but will carefully weigh the merits of Sullivan, Beverly Hillbillies, Hee Haw, Green Acres, Glen Campbell, To Rome With Love, Men At Law and Doris Day. NBC has already decided to drop Red Skelton and Julia and has Bill Cosby, Andy Williams and The High Chaparral in a doubtful category. Safest bets are Flip Wilson, Ironside and Dean Martin. ABC is thanking its lucky stars that Marcus Welby, MD, is riding so high because their other products aren't. Even Lawrence Welk, a great American tradition, is threatened with cancellation. SEE CANADA FIRST ON TAKE 30 - Who said gorillas didn't like snow? Well, maybe they don't, but theyre not saying. The gorillas (above) will be seen on Take 30*5,.See Canada First series on CBC television which began March 1, each week for five weeks. During the series. Take 30 visits Upper Canada Village, neor Brockville, Ont., the Edmonton area's Alberta Game Farm and Story land Zoo; Point Pelee National Park, The African Lion Safari and Game Farm and the Jack Miner Bird Sanctuary in Southern Ontario; and Wood Buffalo National Park in the Northwest Territories. The Wired World color documentary Golden age of electronics The farsighted men who built the Empire State Building in Manhattan in 1931 had good intentions, but they were wrong. They doubly reinforced the "spike" at the top of the towering edifice so that dirigibles could manoeuver in and tie up to it. Little did they know that the giant floating aircraft, thought to be man's answer to swift, mass transport, would fall by the wayside like the horse and buggy. But man's ingenuity knows no bounds and the "spike" has proved practical after all. What was once a costly mistake has turned into a blessing, because the spike has become a sturdy mount for an unbelievable clutter of telecommunications gear - 10 TV station transmitters, 13 radio station transmitters, microwave reflectors capable of carrying hundreds of thousands of telephone and date messages, plus assorted other communications hardware. How are Canadians doing in the race? On Tuesday, March 9, at 10:00 p.m., on Channel 7 CBC television will present a one-hour color documentary called The Wired World, which explores the whole electronic communications problem. Host of the program is dive Baxter of the Financial Post. The Wired World was co-produced by the CBC and the Financial Post. 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