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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL GUIDE FREE EXTERIOR CAR WASH WITH ANY PURCHASE OF 3 OR MORE GALLONS OF GAS SUPERSONIC CAR WASH THc LETH3R1DGZ HERALD FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1972 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, MAY 27 to JUNE 2, 1972 RICHEST AUTO RACE EVENT CTV brings its viewers the world's richest and most prestigious auto car even! in the world, the Indianapolis 500. This special, telecasting Saturday, May 27 at p.m., will provid3 the action and the thrills which is the trade mark of Indy 500. Al Unser (above) was last year's win-ner and will return to defend His title acjainst some of the biggest names in auto racing. Top racers compete for Indy 500 on Saturday Three new CBC summer shows Who is Melba Moore? United States have beei: equal- A Tony Award-winning sing-! ly successful. er and actress star of last! Mr. Davis, in addition to his venr's smash Broadway musi-1 role in Two Gentlemen Of cal, Purlic a nightclub per- Verona appeared in 'j 1-1 par excellence and t h e eft-Broadway Gershwin ;tnr of The Melba Moore-Clif- revue Do It Again, as Barry tcn Davis Show. CEC televi- Nelson's son in Engage- The Indianapolis 500. the world's richest and most presti- gious an') will be tele- vised moments after its completion on the CTV Televi- sion Network, Saturday May 27 at p.m. A crowd of approximately Roy Clark stars in shoiv Good country music! j That best describes "Oral Roberts on Country the last TV special of the season in the quarterly scries pro- duced by the famed evangelist to bo aired on Channel 13, Tuesday, May 30 at 7 p.m. Scheduled as guests are Hee Haw's Clark, RCA record- ing star Skecter Davis, and gos- pel music sensation, the Clara Ward Singers. Clark can almost be billed His rapid rise as a recording star for Dot Rec- ords led to his co-starring role on the successful CBS Hee Haw series. The series is presently being taped for syndicated re- lease. Now as an established star, Clark has launched a business career as owner of several apa rtmen t houses i n Tulsa, Okla., and co-owner of a acre ranch south of the city that he plans to develop into a residential-leisure complex, According to Oral Roberts the quarterly scries will return next season, with the first special scheduled for taping in London, England, to be released just after Labor Day. Oral Roberts also produces a regular weekly half-hour show. "Oral Roberts Presents." will jam the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to watch 33 top motor racers compete for the first prize in this race. Among the top contenders will be Al Unser, winner of the 1970 '71 Unser's track record of 157.735 mph will be the magic speed to beat for drivers such as Bobby Unser CAVs winner of the Indianapolis 500, Mario An- dretti, winner and A. J. Foyt who will be attempting to become the first four time win- ner of the race. Other outstanding drivers ex- pected to be in the starting field are Peter Revson, Mark Dono- hue, Lloyd Ruby, Gary Betten- hausen, Joe Leonard, Art Pol- lard and Billy Vukovich. CTV's coverage of the In- dianapolis fiOO, produced in con- junction with ABC-TV Sports, will be hosted by commentators Johnny Esnw, CTV Director of Sports and motor racing spe- cialist Bill Fleming, The pro- gram will be produced by Cam ilourke and Paul Kimbcrley with Johnny Esaw as Executive Producer. sicn's new hour-long summer mcr.t Baby, and be has com- i t show to be telecast posed ar.d written lyrics for lie- rlivs. for five weeks, start- such song hits 35 Never Can i Miy 30 at p.m. (re-! Say Goodbye and Here Cornea p u The Carol Burnett j The Sunrise, t Moore's series will co-1 st u Clifton Davis, the popular j Ero idv ay musical star whose j p e r f o r m ance in Broadway's Two Gentlemen Of Verona re- cently won him a Tony nom- ination. Succeeding this series on Tuesday, July 4, will be The David Steinberg Show, with the popular Winnipeg-born host and actor-comedian. And on Tues-; day, August 15, U.S. mimic' John Byner, famous for his im- pcrsona'tions of w e 11-known world personalities. will_ host and star in The John Show in the same time slot. Both will also have five week runs. In addition to her portrayal of the soulful Lutiebelle in Purlie. in 1970-71. Miss Moore mark on In 16J9. King Charles I of En- gland was arrested, tried for T> treason and executed by Oliver I _ M-nin nf Widmnrk started as public speaker Richard Widmark, who will star in NBC-TV's in the new season, actually started his career in public speaking rather than drama, and was captain of his college debating team. s then as the star. Her nightclub performances throughout the Marly Feldmau replaces Dean summer i Cromwell a tragic chain of events that accomplished little, horrified many and to this day. has left a bloody mark upon Ennlish history. Why was Charles killed? The complex maze of intrigue sur- roundirg the event is skilfully recreated in Murder For CrOd's Sake, a tense dramatic recon- struction of the Charles-Crom- well to be retelecast Monday. May 29 at p.m., fin colon o'n CBC-TVs Man Alive. Internationally known Cana- dian actor John Colicos. who appeared as Martin Luther in for Slimmer Man Allve's The Man Who Took The Lid Off. is Cromwell, with Pnwys Thomas as Charles The Marty Feldman Comedy i Denise Polletier as his Macliine. this year's winner of j Queen, Henrietta Maria. the Golden Rose Award in the Montreux Festival and winner of the City of Montreux special prize as "the Funniest Tclevi-1 sion Show, premieres on the CTV Television Network in late j June as a summer replacement j The setting for CTV's popu- series for The Dean Martin lar Rollin' On The River is an Show. (Exact air date will be old Mississippi rive-boat. The announced j regular hosts are Kenny Rogers British comedian Marty Feld- and the First Edition. Tho man, whom the New York j weekly promise is sixty non- Times described as an "unchal- stop minutes of great music longed star." treats his view- and variety entertainment, and ers each week to a strange, on Saturday. May 27 at 7 p.m. satiric, and very personal view lhe guesLs are Julie of life. His large eyes, large Amato and Tony Joe V.'hito. nose and mad hair style exag- gerate his eccentric comedy manner. Among the guer.ts appearing on this new sixty minute com- cdy series are Orson Welles. Julie Amulo is River guest Successful season Les Grand BaJkts Canadiens' Sunday's Child. Roger Moore. performances, attended by au- Barbara Feldon. Godfrey Cam- diences totalling 500.000 per- l iM'idge and Tbclma Houston. sor.s. SIMPSONS-SEARS RECORD OF THE WEEK "FAREWELL TO THE GREYS" PIPES AND DRUMS AND MILITARY BAND OF THE ROYAL SCOTS DSAGOON GUARDS RCA RECORDS .TORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and FHdny 9 a.m. to 9 p.t r.75 D Record Dept. Centre Villago. Telephone 328-9231 ;