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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU HOTEL The Lethbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE 'S 328-4038 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1970 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7 TO FRIDAY, NOVEMBcER 13 Color Special Marks 20 Years On TV For Benny JACK Benny will cap two been with Jack since Lhe early decades of television com-'. radio days, and nasty voiced edy when he lieadlines Jack.Frank Nelson, Of course a spc- Benny's 2Dlh TV Anravere a r y cial anniversary such as this Special in color on the CEC-TV i would hardly be complete with- network, Tuesday, Nov. 10 at 9 out the participation Dennis p.m. on Channel 7. Day, Don Wilson atxl Eddie To help celebrate Jack's 20! (Rochester) Anderson Ion? ime members of Lhe Benny 'ami'ly. "To be really, really good, a omedy special has to have a Jack Benny. "We did a birthday special ,wo years ago, and I thought maybe c should have some sort an anniversary 3enny explained. "Just by co- incidence, il turned out to be al- most exactly 20 years since 1 did my first show Cor television. "It's great to have the old gang together again, but I'm not really one for Jenny reported. "I think about ast week, or last rright, or what 'II be doing next week." He continued: "We do a bit on this show about what we'll all he doing on television 20 years rom today; that's what I'm oolcing forward to. "It's always better to live for the present and the futu re; Jiat's the way to stay young and said the world's most active 39 year old com- edian, who turned 76 years- young last February. "But gee it seems like ust yesterday Mary and Den- nis and Don and Rochester am I were oil doing the radio show 10 mused. was born Benjamin Ku- Delsky in Chicago, but claims Waukegan as his hometown. "My mother was in Chicago on a shopping trip, and couldn1 make it he explained "But I figure if I kicked arounr in Waukegan for nine months before that, I have a right I call it my hometown." He launched his showbusincs JACK BENNY years of comedy, producer and director Sll.an Harris has enlist- ed the help of Mary Living- stone, Benny's who returns alter 14 years away from TV Show business headliners Bob Hope, Frank Sinatra and Dinal; Shore- will also add their collec- tive talents to the festivities. Di- nah's appearance will be PS peciaUy appropriate, since appeared on Jack's show 20 years ago. The special will bring togeth er many of Jack's old Mel Blanc, the "man of 1000 Benny Rubin who has career as a violinist whei lie was eight years old. Benny returned to the vaude ville stage after Lhe war, crack- ing wise as he fiddled around, As his ad lib comedy began receiving louder applause thau his music, the violin became a mere prop. He graduated quick- ly, played Broadway, toured the country, moved on to motion pic- tures. Early recognizing the poten- JACK BENNY Concluded On Back Page TRIBUTE TO CANADIANS Distinguished Canadian-born actor Raymond Massey revisits a military cemetery in France in this scene from And We Were Young, a 90-min- ute color tribule to the Canadians who faugh-1 so gallantly in the First World War. The pro- gram, one of the most popular ever shown on CBC television when it was originally telecast in 1 968, will be repeated on the naFiona! network Wednesday, November 11, at p.m. on. Channel 7. Mr. Massey, himself a veteran of The Greaf War, is hosf-nar- ralor. 'Ami We Were Young Repeated IT I 1 F> 1 TF7 '7 Highly Praised War special O J JL At 9 p.m.. on Remembrance Day Nov. 11, the CBC television network will present a repeat showing of one of its popular programs. The program is And We Were Young, a DQ-minute color trib- ute to Lhe valor of Canadians who fought in Tin; G-reat War. An audience of more than Canadians watched And We Were Young when it was originally telecast on Nov. 11, 1BG8. And the TV critics were unusually lavish in their praise. Tlw program is narrated by Canadian born actor Raymond Massey, who served as a lieu- tenant the Canadian Field Artillery in Europe until lie was wounded at Ypres in 19IG. It combines striking historical film of Canadians in action [rom 1914-18, with color footage of narrator Massey revisiting sites of famous battles in Flanders and France during Hie summer of 19G3. David Ilarriman's evo- t native script is complemented I by Massey's moving personal 'reminiscenscs. Producer director Peter Kelly and film editor Michael HIGHLY Concluded on Pngc 2 ORIGINAL HIGH TEST 5 YEAR LIGHT BULBS Sold Exclusively by HOYrS UNCONDITIONAL 5-YEAR GUARANTEE Sizes Available: 25, 40, 60, TOO Watt. Regular 79c each............. CONVENIENT TERMS! Open Till 9 p.m. Thurs. and F.-i. Nighll for Any bulb that fails wifhin 5 years will bo immediately replaced! I 150 Walt. Regular 95c............... 2 for 99C 200 Wall. Regular 1.39...............2 tor 1.39 I Tri-Lilo (LarRo Base) 100-200-300 wall. Regular 2.39.........................2 (or DOWNTOWN 605-608 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5767 C NORTH-LETHBRIDGE 324 13th St. N.. Phone 323. 44 ;