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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta READ... THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 'CHINOOK' SOUTH ALBERTA'S LARGEST MURAL CIRCULATION The LetKbtidge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE aiaei.ee. NOVEMBER 1973 LISTINGS FOR NOVEMBER 10 TO FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 16 Canada theatre today Commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Domi- nion Drama Festival Theatre a look at theatre today in with glimpses of current productions from B.C. to Newfoundland will be presented in a CBC special Wednesday Nov 14 at 8.30 p.m. Among the highlights are Jane veteran Canadian inter- viewed on the DDF's early years' La French Canada's highly-acclaimed Acadian play by Antonine as performed by Viola Legere at the 1973 Monaco and highlights from Guts Sound by Michael soon to open in Montreal. With commen- tary by Kate Paul Gordon Ted Viola William Uutt. Norma playwright Michael critic Herbert Whittaker of the Toronto Globe and Alfred Emmett of the Questers' Lon- reviewing La Sagouine at the Monaco where it received the highest acclaim ever awarded a single- performer production. Form syndicate Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and United Artists Cor- poration have concluded an agreement under which the films of Metro-Goldwyn- Mayer will be distributed theatrically and in televi- sion syndication in the United States and Canada for a period of ten years by United Artists Cor- poration. A waste of youth The photo above of a Boer War memorial In' Toronto illustrates Symbolically the loss of youth- ful lives in the war. Remembrance Day ceremony from Ottawa The annual Remembrance N Day ceremony from the National War Memorial in Ottawa on Nov. in memory of Canada's valiant sailors and airmen of two world who gave their lives for their will be telecast live and in color on CBC-TV beginning at a.m. This the 45-minute program opens with a brief documentary film on the significance of Remembrance Day to Canadians. The film is followed by live coverage of the 1973 Mornings 5 55 Thought the Day 6 00 University of the Air Pinnochlo 6 15 0 Our World ft 30 Yoga Audobon 6 45 O Salute to Agriculture 6-55 Farm News 7 00 O Today Show Capt Kangaroo Farm and City Today Canada A.M 7 15 Wizard of Oz 7 30 Mon Giant 8 00 O Today In Montana News Uncle Bobby 8 30 Ed Allen O Pyramid Romper Room 9 00 Audrey O Gambit 00 In Conversation BTBA 9 15 OD Parlons Francals 9 30 O Hollywood Squares 81 Polka Dot Door Jack LaLane New Horizons 10 00 O Jeopardy Lifestyle Show The Young and Restless Alberta Schools 10 SO Search for Tomorrow Mr. Dress Up Pay Cards Where Game 10 58 11 00 O Price Is Right Sesame Street Pierre Berton All My Children 11 30 Let's Make a Deal Beat the Clock As the World Turns Super Man 12 00 Days of Our Lives Newlywed Game ID Flliitstones Batman 12 30 O The Doctors News Lassie Woody Woodpecker Remembrance Day ceremonies. At 11 a.m. the official party will observe the traditional minute's followed by the trumpeter sounding the Last Post and Reveille. Royal Canadian Legion President R. C. Smellie will read the Act of which will be followed by the Piper's Lament. Canadian Armed Forces chaplains will lead the assemblage in followed by the band and the massed high school choirs of Ottawa singing In Flanders Fields. The Vice Regal lead by His Excellency the Governor General of The Right Honorable Roland will lay the of- ficial wreaths. Following the Governor will be the Silver Cross Mrs. Margaret of the Prime the chief of the defence represen- tatives youth of Canada and the president of the Canadian Legion. They will be followed in turn by members of the diplomatic corps. The chaplains will then pronounce a Benediction and the Blessing. AS the band plays God Save the the Vice Regal par- ty will move to the review- ing dais for the marchpast of veterans and members of the armed forces. Royal wedding Nov. 14 Although the actual day of the is Nov. CBC television will begin programming connected with the wedding on Sun- Nov. 11 at 9 p.m. a one-hour documentary presentation called An In- vitation To The Wedding of HRH Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips. The documentary produced by Harry is mainly a prelude to the wedding and changing faces of royalty. Douglas Fairbanks Jr. is the host and takes part in sequences on location at Buckingham the royal residence in along the parade route to be taken by the wedding procession and in West- minster where the wedding ceremony will take place. There are also scenes of arrangements being made for the mighty wedding robes to be worn by the nobility and others attending the and the special glass coach be- ing fitted up for the grand occasion. On Nov. 12 at 8 CBC-TV will present a half-hour interview with HRH Princess Anne and Captain Mark con- ducted at Buckingham Palace a little more than a week before their wedding. WEDDING CEREMONY on the morning of the wedding CBC television will open its en- tire network at 3 a.m. Lethbridge time for live via satellite of events preceding the royal wedding and the wedding' ceremony conducted by the Archibishop of Canterbury at Westminster Abbey. Host of the Cana- dian coverage is Lloyd Robertson. The evening of Nov. 14 in Canada will see the CBC- TV presentation of two more programs as a finale to the royal wedding. The first is at 8.30 p.m. and is called A Private Family Affair and at 9 p.m. there will be an hour of highlights of the wedding ceremony. CTV COVERAGE On November 14 from CTV is covering the ceremony with live transmission as well as with special taped inserts. In order to accom- modate this will be shortened airing a.m. CTV's Helen Hutchinson and Percy Saltzman are hosting this two hour special. A Royal Wedding Canadian television networks wilt give live and taped coverage of the Royal wedding Nov. 14 Story of B.C. ghott town recalled on CBC ftov. 11 The fascinating story of a loni forgotten British ''ghost for over half a will be told on Remembrance November 11 at on CBC television's Country Canada. few people remember the glorious prosperity of the decaying la ml Soataant B.C.. BritWi SBfttsfsejM the arid i intoa fertile of There are a few i tat lor toe moat the story of this isHsual com- munity settled by kosdreds of British farmers fat 1N7 has quietly paaaad iato history. 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