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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL AWARDS CTV Television Network President Murray Chercover (left) and Daniel Bertolino, director of "People of the Fly River" accepl awards at the 15th New York Film and Television Festival. "Primitive Man People Of The Fly River" won a silver medal in the Educational Films category, while "The Human We Live" won a brome medal in class. Christopher Kearney Learned guitar upside down! FACE 7 GUEST STAR Veteran performer B rend a Lee guest stars on "The Ian Tysoa S h o w." Tucslay, November 14, at fi.m. on the CTV Television Network. Ian Tyson also welcomes Chris Kearney and Atkinson, Daoko and Ford. Ian Tyson and tlie Great Speckled Bird are joined by Christopher Kearney, Atkinson, Danko and Ford and Brenda Lee on "The Ian Tyson Show" Tuesday, November 14 at p.m. Christopher Kearney was born in Toronto but spent his growing-up years in Lindsay. Ontario. At an early age sing- ers like Buddy Holly and the Everly Brothers lured him into musical spheres. He obtain- ed an old guitar and rather than re-string the guitar to suit his IcEt-handedness, he turned it upside down and learned all the chords backwards. He still plays that way. At 16, Christopher began to travel. Columbus, Ga. found him banjo-picking with blue- grass pro David Berg. Later on in California he worked around San Francisco and Los Angeles then went to St. John's, New- foundland where his parents lad moved and where he could eat. Encouragement from Gordon Ughtfoot, a 1968 trip to San! Francisco playing the better clubs under the tutelage of ex-, Kingston Trio member David Stewart and a contract with! Early Morning Productions in! Toronto, pushed Christopher's! career ahead by leaps and bounds'. Then Dennis Murphy of Sun-1 dog Productions came on the; scene and the first Christopher Kearney album came into be- ing. For this musical get- together, Josh Onderesin, Da- vid Bromber, Chuck Aarons and Jim Ackley, Terry Clarke and James Rolleston, all take part. Old-timer called in tor search Ralph Webb Is one of the old- time special effects men in Roll jrwood, but it' s has know- how that gives tte fast-paced action adventure scries, that mod, space age look. Whenever special effects are called for on the series, it's Webb who sets up the compli- cated chain of events. Just about every segment Is distinguished by some use of special effects, not to mention the electronic gadgetry in Probe Control. Webb is also one of the top marksmen in the country and still fires rounds of am- You'll find our storage fa- cilities the most modern in town, and our rales the most reasonable. We'll be glad to give you a free estimate on the cost of packing ond storing your belongings CALL McLEAN MOVING LTD. "Your North American Van Lines Agent" 640 6th St. S. Two Phone For Your Convenience 327-2097 328-0611 munition every week. He has put 10 holes in the space of a dime at 50 feet in eight sec- onds a mark exceeded only by his own father, who set the Jin a dune" shot for director record in 1910, doing this stunt Raoul Walsh, who hired him take, but quit butchering when he found that it wasn't and that. Hollywood paid that kind of money. He did the "10 holes in seven seconds! Webb was spotted by Warner Bros, in Fresno, Calif., at a shooting exhibition in the early 30s, and was offered a job. He was earning a week as a butcher and given for a "simple" shot in a film, hitting three targets in mid-air. Webb thought was a mis- saying, "You'll do." Webb's been in the busine since 1935. He grew up and went hunting with Iron Eyes Cody, actor, Ellsworth, and, like most old- timers in the business, is a treasure trove of Hollywood legend. the American Indian knew artist Clarence Friday, November 17 0 Truth or Consequences Movie: Nightmare in Chicago Q Another WorM in General Hospital Q Sscret Storm 0 Klara's Komcr gOne Lire to Live ..ike Douglas 0 Hollywood Squares Our Lives O Allen Show (0 Somerset Q) Dinah's Place (33 Take 30 Q) Three on a Match Another World (0 That's the Good Word O Edge of Night Q Family Affair (D Dating Game O Family Court (B Anything You Can Do O Joker's Wild Q) Split Second CB Drop In Q News (D Bewitched IB Star Trek O Let's Make a Doal News Password Q) Doi-is Day Q Dick Van Dyke W S! I I News Movie: Double Man I News I Movin' On Truth or Consequence. I All in tlie Family I The Urady Kids Movie: TEA The Harris of Ccrm.-u' Joyce I and Cher t MASH All In Tlw Family j Mystery Movie 5 Love American S'.yle Mission Impossible Anne Murray Special I FBI I News News I Dean Martin Tonight Show j Movie: i Valley of the Gwangi News I News CJOC News j News Crossfire Movie: Come Blow your Horn Movie: Ho-.el PRESCRIPTION? WE OFFER PROMPT PRESCRIPTION SERVICE 7 DAYS A WEEK! Chargex Cardc Accepted! 'The People's Drug Store" 418 13th Si. N. Ph. 317-3445 Open Man. thru Sat. 9 lo 9 Sunday! and Holiday! 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. RON'S 'An Establishment OF Good Taste' RESTAURANT COFFEE SHOP, DINING BANQUET ROOMS Monday fhru a.m. lo o.m.; Fri. and a.m. lo a.m.; Sun. and Holidays a.m. lo p.m. Phone 32S-5666. 'SERVING THE FINEST CHINESE AND CANADIAN FOOD' Across from the Customer 32B-5666 KING DOCGE "or-r-r-r-r! How about using car for a freeze., and getting one wilh a good heater at KING CHRYSLER DODGE LTD." 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