Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
HOLLAND'S DRAPERY SHOP Largest Display Of DRAPERY MATERIALS In Wes'ern Canada 325 7th St. S. Ph. 327-4475 The LetHbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE FREE EXTERIOR CAR WASH WITH ANY PURCHASE OF 3 OR MORE GALLONS OF GAS SUPERSONIC CAR WASH THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1972 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11 TO FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1972 bave big treat weekend over The 107! regular season if over in the Canadian Football League and it is now down tc the business of who will sur vive in the east and west anc1 meet in the Grey Cup at Ham ilton, Dec. 3, a Sunday after- noon. If you are a football Ian, weekend will be another double treat. It all starts Saturday, Re- membrance Day, with the tele cast of tV.e Eastern Conference semi final. Ottawa Tenth Decade repeat CBC Television will ils encore showing of The Te-rlh Decade series with epi- sode five. Search for a Man- date, on Monday, Nov. 13 at in p.m. Episfvle six, No Joy in Heav- en, will be colorcast Tuesday, Nov. 14, also at 10 p.m. anrl Hie finsl programs in the eight- part series will be telecast Wednesday, Nov. 22 and Thurs- Nov. 23. The Nov. 13 program, Search for a Mandate, chronicles the tumultnoits time between the gcrcral elections of April and November 1955, which be- pap ard ended with the Cana- dian electorate choosing Pcaram's Liberals to form minority governments. Good fortune tnr irinners (in 'Squares' [ur ccat nnrl an trip nwnils n lucky contestant when NBC Television Network's "T h e Hollywood Squares" observes Ihc seventh anniversary of the popular day-time game shaw Monday, Nov. 20. Host Poler Marshall's gue5t panelists Nov. 20, 21, 22 and 21 include Joey Bishop, Vikki CaiT, Robert Conrad, James Farentino (of NBC TV's "Cool his Michele Lee, Vincent Price and Rose Marie. Wally Cox and Paul Lynde are featured regulars. Aiders will at home to the Mon- acal Alouettes in the game set o begin at (The game 'nay be 10 or 15 minutes late 'n starting due to a Remem- brance Day conrraemoration irogram prior to the opening Lansdowne Park is the scene the Ottawa-Montreal sudden- loath battle acd not many lAservers are giving the Alouettes much of a chance to advance to the east 'final against Hamilton Tiger Cats. Rough Riders finished in a for top spot in the eastern standings with the Ti-Cats but were forced to settle for second place on a game for arid n gainst basis, having lost to the Ti-Cats in three season meet- ings. Alouettes, on the other hand, finished with a dismal 4-10 rec- ord compared to the Roughies' H-3. TlK Als' record is the worst in eastern conference his- iory. Meanwhile, Sunday afternoon at two o'clock the Edmonton TCskimos will be at homo at Clarke Stadium to entertain the always -tough Saskatchewan Roughriders. The Eskimos, battling a con- tinuous string of injuries all season, .wound up deadlocked with Winnipeg Blue Bombers atop the western standings with 20 points on a 10-6 record. Once again the games for and against came into effect and Winnipeg was awarded first place after stopping the Eski- mos twice in three outings. Saskatchewan, a familiar fig- ure in western playoffs, had an 3-8 record but coach Dave Skrein says his club is better than that. The winner of the Eskimo- Roughriders showdown will ad- vance against the Blue Bomb- ers in the one-game final next weekend. Saturday's Ottawa- hosted game will be on the CBC Na- iir-np.I network v.-r-i'e (he CTV will carry Sunday's Edmonton Garment industry job helped Farentino In order to finance his stu- dies at New York's Ajnerican Academy of Dramatic Arts the late 1950s, James Farcn- tino, star of NBC-TV's "Cool worked in the gar- mpnt industry. His father had been a top designer for many garment firms in Brooklyn and New York. BURT BACHARACH SPECIAL I Hurt Bacharach welcomes Sammy Davis Jr. as a special guest on the Burl Bacharach Special I, Tuesday, November 14 at B p.m. on Channel 1 3 on the CTV Television Network. Sammy will sing the songs he made famous, including "Once In A "Look At That "Where Would You Be Without "On a Wonderful Day" and 'The Joker as well as Ihe Bacharach rune "Raindrops." Other guest] Include Tony Newly, and Vikki Corr. Hour of jnusical entertainment Composer invites friends Burt Bacharach, one of to- day's most successful popular music composers, has invited three of his special friends for an hour of musical entertatn- David Hnrtinmi receives David Hnrtman, a star NBC Television Nri'v.-crk's "The Eold has been present- ed with tho Nalional Bro'her- hood Award from the Nalional Conference of Christians and Jews at a dinnar in Raleigh, N.C. Hartman was cited for his "promotion of human relations in the entertainment industry." Honored at the same dinner was Terry Sanford, president of Duke University, which coin- cidentally, is where Hartman earned a bachelor of science degree some years ago. ment on the CTV Televi- sion Network, Tuesday, No- vember 14 at 8 p.m. on Chan- nel 13. Burl's guests are Sammy Davis Jr., Anthony Newley and Vikki Carr. Together and in- dividually they sing the music of Bacharach aiid in a special segment featuing Davis and Newley. the music of Leslie Bricusse and Tony Nevvlcv. Among the songs are "NLkki" and a selection of music from the new movie "Lest Riglit at home in London fog Peter back from Lon- don where NBC-TV's "Colom- was filming on location, summed up the joys of his trip: "The Columbo character was right at home in London everybody walks around in a fog over there." which Bacharach has scored; "Look of sung in Span- ish and. English by Burt and Vikki Carr; "Raindrops" by Sammy Davis and "Good Old, Bad Old Days" by Tony rv'esv- ley and dancers. Renaissance music and song A wide range of plensing mu- sical and vocal talents will be displayed. Sunday, November 12 at 5 p.m., when Ottawa's highly -acclaimed Hugpstt Family presents a fascinating recital of Renaissance music, songs and dances, on CBC tele- vision's Music To See. Instruments used in the prft- grrni include the spinet. Re- naissance recorders. The Baro- que oboe, ranket, lute and gui- tar, rauschfeiffe, cello and vio- la da gamba, and percussion. SIMPSONS bears RECORD OF THE WEEK CHUCK BERRY THE LONDON SESSION THE DSNG A-LING SONG 3 99 Reg. CHESS RECORDS Record Dept. STORE HOURS: Open Doily 9 a.m. la p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. la 9 p.m. Centre Telephone 328-7231.