Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL TheletKbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE HANNIGAN'S 328-4038 FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1970 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, MAY 30 TO FRIDAY, JUNE 5 Music Stars To Perform Taped tiiis month at the Na- tional Arts Centre in Ottawa, a concert presenting four win- ners' of the 1970 CBC Radio Talent Festival will be telecast on the corporation's television network Wednesday, June 3, p.m., in color on Channel 7. The one-hour program per- formed before an audience, fea- tures top winners John- Ransom (clari- and .Tame Coop and second award winner in the vocal class Renee Rosen (mez- zo These. talented young people will be accompanied by a 52- piece symphony orchestra con- ducted by John Avison. Results of this year's 110) Annual CBC Talent Festival were announced in Toronto on April 2, at a concert which marked the finals. At this ev- ent, held in Eaton Auditorium and broadcast live on CBC ra- dio, first and second prizes in each of the four categories vocal, winds and key- board) were First prize in each case was plus .an amount up to to- ward taitipa fees for further studies within the academic year. Second prize in each ca- tegory was In addition, winners are to receive broad- cast and recording opportuni- ties with the CBC. Jane Coop, 19 year old pi- anist, is a native of Calgary, Alta., where she began her .'studies at the six. Now a student in the Faculty "of Mu- sic, TJ of T, and a pupil of the noted concert pianist Anton Kuertd, she was a semi-finalist in the CBC Talent Festi- val, and has been heard in ra- dio recitals on CBC. No TV Coverage World Cup Soccer The CBC announced today that prolonged negotiations with the organizing committee of the 1970 World Cup Soccer Championship in Mexico have been unsuccessful aind. as a re- sult, there win be no live tele- vision coverage of this event in either Canada or the U.S. MUSIC AND 'mad-capped' Bobbie Gentry joins guest Bobby Goldsboro (shown, left) in a lighthearted duet in 'Special Gentry II', an hour of music and comedy telecasting on CTV, 4, p.m., on Channel 13. Miss Gentry also welcomes guests Rick Nelson., Joe South, Fannie Flagg and Canadian singing group The Sugar: Shoppe. Bobby Goldsboro Guest Singer 3rd Bobbie Gentry Special That delectable Southern belle Bobbie Gentry heads her third special on the CTV Tele- vision Network, Special Gentry II, to be telecast in color on CTV on Thursday, June 4, p.m. on Channel 13. (The Dean Martin Show will be pre- empted on this occasion.) Joining Bobbie for this hour of country-rock music and com- edy are singers Bobby Golds- boro, Rick Nelson and Joe South, comedienne Fannie Flagg and Canadian rock group the Sugar Shoppe. The special is produced by the CTV Television Network in association with Glen Warren Productions, CFTO-TV Toronto and 20th Century-Fox Televi- sion and was taped at the studios of CFTO-TV. Bobbie opens the program with her rendition of "Spinning Wheel" and her own composi- tion "Chicfcasaw County Bobby Goldsboro offers his re- cent hit "The Straight life" and the Sugar Shoppe sing their popular hit "Save the Fannie Flagg provides the comedy when she tells Bobbie why she would like to be Presi- dent of the U.S. and gives an hilarious report on a small town church Christmas pag- eant. Rick Nelson leads his group through "Easy To Be Free" and "You Gotta Stay All Night" and Joe South fills the musical spotlight with "Walk A Mile In My Musical Variety Special Contrasts in today's sounds of popular music are offered in a one-hour color special with an unusual title, Gzowski, for telecast on CBC-TV, Wednes- day, June 3, at p.m. on Channel 7. Using a magazine format, with Peter Gzowski as host- commentator, the program takes the action to where the music is: Strumming down the Hudson River with the great folksinger Pete Seeger singing his pro- test against pollution (in a number titled Sailing Down My Dirty Hudson) and bringing the people to the river's edge; In a studio with Edward Bear, the Canadian rock trio; joined by 10 brass and a per- cussion, they please an au- dience of youthful fans with renditions of two of their ori- ginal numbers, Fool (by Larry Evoy) and Sinking Ship; On Bell Island, Newfound- land, with Harry Hibbs the hometown recording star (he has sold more LP records in Canada than any other Canadian as he sings Bell Island and pre- _sides over a local square dar.ce with his rendition of When We Were Sweet Sixteen; At Toronto's lakeside Palais Royal dance hall with Woody Herman and his "new sound" the generation gap with his band versions Light My Fife, and Lancaster Gate, in his own mixture of jazz and rock; Watching an unusual film by Willie Dunn, a young Indian who took some stills from Can- ada's archives and created an impassioned visual protest on behalf of his people, to the ac- companiment of a voice track rendering his own eloquent song, Ballad of a Crowfoot. In each of the segments, link- ed by Gzowski's commentary, the program sbows the per- former in his particular situa- tion, and talking about his _ mes- sage and his music.' Peter Gzowski was recently in the news over his resignation from the editorship of Mac- lean's magazine. BREAKS ALL RECORDS Woodstock, the Warner Broth- ers motion picture, has broken all records at all its eight initial engagements. FURNITURE APPLIANCES 7th Street Shopping Mall Phone 377-5767 CONVENSENT TERMS AVAILABLE! OPEN TIU. 9 P.M. THURS. AND FRI. NIOHTI Store-wide CLOSEOUT SALE CONTINUES... ALL THIS WEEK COME IN AND SHARE IN THE SAVINGS NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED!