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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta HOLLAND'S DRAPERY SHOP Largest Display OF CSAPERY MATERIALS In Weslsrn Canada 323 7th 51. S. Ph. 327-4-175 The LetHbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE FREE EXTERIOR CAR WASH WITH ANY PURCHASE CF 3 OR MORE GALLONS OF GAS SUPERSONIC CAR WASH THE LETr-ISSIDGE HERALD _ FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 3, 1972 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4 TO FRIDAY NOVEMBER 10, 1972 in VJS. on CBC Be.iinnin" at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 7 ai'.o ccntinuirg unLil con- clusive resuUs are ohtnined. CBC lelevidon will present ex- tensive coverage of the U.S. pro.sH-eniial election. will oTigippte frnm New York City, where (ha CEC will cany the CBS election pro- gramin'nq with Walter Crppldle as anchorman, but will cul away periodically to CTC Wnsh- Don Mc- Neill in Ne-.v York, who will aet as anchorman for the CBC cov- erage, assislcd by ntKvspaiMr columnist and ex- port in While House affairs. Ro'-'lrnrl Evans Jr. RTr. Evans, along wilh Hnli D. Novak, wi-ites tl-.e rjolilicnl colrmn Report, which i: in mnry throughout Uic U.S. and Can acH N Don I.'cNeJU, a native of and a Rhcdcr Scl'.olar, hns been, with the CDC Ncv.-s Service for many years and as Washington correspon dent for the CBC. hns followed the p r e s i d e n tial camnaigi closely fi-om tlie beginnipg. Jackson 5 special on Sunday The Jackson 5, the pop-.iln singing grouo that has sole nearly 25 million records in the past three years, star in thci own television special, "T h L Jackson 5 Show" en CBC-TV Sunday, Nov. 5, from t C p.m. (pre-empts Anna anc The King on this In addition to spotlighting th. group in the performance o some of their biggest sellin records which include ABC Ben, and Never Can Say Coot bye the special also intro diicra a totally new visual tech niouc that combines live aclio with nnimation as The 5 enlcr a world of dnyd-eams. Ih.e proup in the con edy and music production wi be slirs ArLe Joluiso and Johnny Brown. Calgary Stampede special hosted by Lorne Green doestil kunrl the c Dovg McChire. one o( 11 stars of NBC-TVs "SEARCH, doesn't knock commercials. II got his start as ail acLor aiLc being spotted in one. It landet him a role in the movie, "M of Annapolis." LORNE GREEN Hosf of Calgary Stampede Diamond Jubile ROY ROGERS Roy and Dale Evans featured in movie. This year, the world famous algriry Stampede celebrated its Diamond Jubilee. In a spe- cial musical tribute to the Stampede, hi this GOlli anniver- sary year, the CTV Television Network on Thursday, Novem- ber 9, at 10 p-m., telecasts the ''Calgary Stampede Diamond Jubilee." Lome Green hcsls the pro- gram, which features The Young Canadians, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, Sons of the Pioneers, Will Carter with Chief Dan George making a special appearance. The program opens on this year's Calgary Stampede show- ing the final events in the ro- deo category. Lome Green then talks to Wilf Carter, who is Can- ada's first star of country and western music and an ex-rodeo rider. He also reminisces about the Stampede with Dick Cos- rave, ten times World Cham- pion chuck wagon driver and to Jim Ryan, one of the original B r o n c riders in the first Cal- Stampede in 1912. From tills year's Calgary Stampede the program pre- sents highlights from the Grandstand Show by the Young Canadians. Formed eight years ago in Calgary, the group con- sists of 80 boys and girls with an age range from 7 to 21. They sing and dance "I'd Like To Teach The World To "Help "Joy To The World" and "One Of Those Songs." Green then sets the stage for a short Roy Rogers movie, with Roy and Dale Evans, the Sons of Pioneers Gabby Hayes (played by Nick Nichols) and Rogers' famous horse. Trigger. Roy sings ''Don't Fence Me In." a song he introduced in one of his movies in tbe mid 1910s Dale Evans performs "Silver On The Sage" and Roy and Dale then sing "Let The Rest Of The World Go By." The Sons of Pio necrs perform "Carry Me Back To The Lone Prairie" and this segment of the program the' closes with the enlire proup minus Dale Evars. singing "Happy Trails To You." a som wilh w'nich Roy Rogers finish- ed all rf Ins movies returns on Dec. 2 CEC Championship Curling to the CBC-TV network aturttoy, December 2, with two rinks from outride Germany and the U.S. and prizes worth more than In making the announcement, Don Goodwin, head of CBC-TV iports, disclosed that the first jame iu the series will be a re- natch of the 1972 World Championship final between Ores t Mclcschuk cE Manitoba ind Bob LaBonte of the United slates. Meleschuk won in an ex- .ra end after the American hr.d kicked the Canadian's final rock in the 10th and last e-J of play. This action gave chuk two poir-ts, enough to Us lie game and force the exi.ra end. In addition to the German rink, skipped by Manfred Rue- derer, who has represented Germany in the World Cbcm- pionships for the past three years, other rinks include thpse skipped by defending CBC champ Danny Fink; Bill Kent of Quebec, Mel Watchorn of Al- berta, Doug Saskatche- wan and Eldon Ccombe, On- tario- Danny Fink, who went urtfo- feated through last year's CBC- TV competition, is the only rink returning this year. Moves up fast NBC-TV's Richard Daw-son of 1'Rowan and Martin's Laugh- In'1 holds some kind of record In liis England. Usually it takes a comedian five years to play the Palladium, the equivalent in London of the Palace 011 Broadway. Dawron made it 11 months after he switched from actor to comic. Stephanie alt cad of the fashion Stefanie Powers is slim enough to be a fashion model and she's actually been ahead cF dress fashions for years. Miss Powers claims been dressing for years before it was fashion- able. "Back before I played April Dancer in "The Girl From U.N.C.L.E.11 I liked bnro feet and sloppy clothes." "but Lhey dressed ma rather expensively in the EO ries." Her rcle called for mod cloth- es and the producers budgeted a considerable sum for her vinyl jackets, skills, mini- sk'rts and other fashions from London's Camaby Street. "Of course. I don't quite thai far out these dr.ys, but I still dress to pleaso me and since I've never had a weight problem, I can wear most any Stefanie says. RECORD OF THE WEEK BLACK SABSATH VOL. 4 Warner Bros. Records 3 99 Reg. Record DepT. STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Centre Villago. Telephone 32J-9231 ;