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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The Letlilnitlcjc Herald TELEVISION GUIDE Tags Drive In FOR PICKUP ORDERS Phone 328-5405 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER S, LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, TO FRIDAY, NOVE.V.SSS 2- 197! Remembrance Day ceremonv A1'or. 11 ANNE GETS STRONG SUPPORT If you think you spot a resemblance in the three attractive faces above, you're right. Brothers Stewart, on the left, and Bruce Murray join their well known sister on her first CBC-TV special of the season, Anne Again, to be telecast on the full CBC television network Monday, Nov, 8 at p.m. It's the first time they've sung togerKer professionally, Ann? Murray joined her First special of season Amw Murray hasn't been Seen on network Canadian tele- vision .so far this season and for good reason: All the tal- ents and energy oC the CC-C, and A line, h.ive I JGC n d c voted to producinig lior first tor special, Aime Again. tj> be seen in color on CBC-TV Mon- day, Nov. at p.m. on Channel 7. Produced by Bill Langs troth, the show is a slnn- ning combination of outstcind- ing guests, visual cffocU and CKcLting music. Special giiesls Amne wiil be tlic hit Carea'dian sing ing group The Stampeders from the amazing young singer-composer from Oshawa, Shirley Eikha-i-d. and a special appearance Ivy An-no's tatanfced yoimsor brothers, Bruce aiv! Stewaift Murrny. The Suinux'tiers have tr.ken tlte hit charLs by .storm in Ciunacla and the U.S. with their last siiiRlcs SwccL City Wo- man Carry Me. Shirley, turned 1G duruis tho I aping ot the show, wrote It Takes Time for Anno last year nrrl is fast developing her ov.'ii following with personal appear- nflcas and guest spols on .shows 3A Tom my Hunler ajid SLngalong Jubilee. Bolli Bruce. 21, and Stewart, 23, arc talent- ed singers in tiicir right and ulule attending university at St. Francis Xavier Univer- sily in Nova Scolia have per- formed at small concerU in that part of country. numbers Iwan on ihe arc fron.7 An latest Capitol record u 11 Talk It Over In The Morning inclixlii'g title song, licr la test hit ?irgle. Anne will doirg C'rordon Cclton Jenny. Destiny by Niglilowl. You've Go A Friend bv Carol King and Smile by Shirley Eik hard. Shirley sings It Take Time in duet Anne am also In Times of Rain, one o her own compositions wrUtei especially for the shosv. lw annual j >ay service from t'p.o National Cenotaph in OLtawa an Thurs- day, November 11. in of Canada's soKJiors. sailors and airmen who gave their Lives iii tv.-o worM wars, be telecast live and in color on CBC-TV starting at a.m. This year, the 45 minute program opens with a recently completed film documentary entitled Old Friends, New Friends. Unlike previciE Re- membi-aiico Day which have iendeil to emphasize Ca- nadian participation in both conflicts. Old Friends, New Friends is story of one man's experience Richard Garrity of Point Claire. Que- bee, a navigator -_n EV.o TvCAF, plaiie was slv.' and Ills cat-and-nvjuse game with the Germans o.ud iiu avenrml liberation. The film 15 fjrtlowed at ap- proximatelv by the actual 1971 Day ceremonies. will cover this event, begir.'airs with the arrival of the Gen- eral and liU Vice party at the National War Memorial on Siiuiiv in Ot- Tlw of will represonUM bv of j St. Jolmls. NTH., ar.d llar- jmerite Nevcau oi" N.B.. the Legion's annuai essay INomiaii Jewisoii profiled; noted Canadian director 'Nornnn Film JNfa- a Canadian is rank- ed among the top tihn direc-] tors on the international is the subject of a candid ac- tiom National Film Board pro- duction OTI CBC-TV net- work at 10 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 10. The one hour color feature shows Normal1. Jewison direct- ing his latest and most elabor- ate film '-Fiddler On The Big money and high liopes for tliis epic rest on the shoulders of the 44-vear-oId Tor- ontoiiiau who first gained prom- inence Ln Caradian iele'.-ision and vent on to great success ill theatrical features with such films as Are Com ins" and the ''In The Heat of The Nigh'." The NFB crew caught up with Jewisoii in Zagreb, Yugo- slavia wliere he was directing a large mterralional e.sst and crew in the fLlni version of the popular Broadway musical "Fiddler On The Roof." They followed him to London for tlw final shooting of tlw film -which is now being to tlie- atres. NEGOTIATIONS COM'IXUE Negotiations are still continu- ing for Sonny and Cher to take over the Mcrv Griffin Show on CBS. CANADIAN IN GREAT DEMAND One of rhe mosr sought film directors on the International scene today is Canadian, Norman Jewison, the subject of a profile on ''Norman Jewison, Film-Maker1'. DON'T MISS OUR BIGGEST SALE Of THE YEAR FEATURING MANY, MANY EXCEPTIONAL VALUES JUST UKE THESE! Walch for our REB TAG SPECIALS CORNSNG-WARE TORCAN BATTERY CHARGERS AND TORCAN INTERIOR CAR WARMERS lowest Prico in Town! .99 PIE PLATE 9 INCH Reg. 2.95 Spocin! CAKE DISH 8 INCH SQUARE Reg. 6.2S n -J SplKial SAUCE.'.WKER With cover Reg 6.25 SAUCEPAN SET 6 PIEC? 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