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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Henry Mancini is Kirby guest News and documentary programming to be honored in Spring Emmy telecast Music, humor even bull frogs all combine for a great evening of variety enter- tainment on "Half The George Kirby Comedy Thurs- day, November 16, at 10 p.m. This evening George wel- comes Henry Mancini, one of tee really great composers at our day. Canadian regulars Jack Duffy, Julie Amato, Steve Western, Joey Hollingsworth and Connie Martin also contribute to the general hilarity and good times. Henry Maccini is a great ad- mirer of George. The two of them get together to perform "Moon River." The song, whicli Mancini wrote in 1961 for the film "Breakfast at wen him an Oscar as well as three Grammy Awards. In his career Eenry MancJni has won twenty Grammy Awards, twelve Award nominations and three Oscars. His RCA albums, in-, variably best sellers, have I brought him five Gold Album awards. A Gold Single for "Love Theme from 'Romeo and Juliet' won practically every other honor the music industry can bestow. HENRY MANCINT Why wail? A.M.A. Travel Ser. could get airline tickets at no rxtra charge! See World Travel for NEW LOW FARES ACROSS CANADA A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL 5th Ave.S. AH inquires welcome Phone 328-1181 or 32B-7921 Tommy Roe are guests A let of good rock mucic wMl be heard on "Rollin1 with Kenny Rogers and The FirsL Edition on Monday, November 13 at p.m. Their guests this week are and Tommy Roe. Singer-songwriter, Tommy Roc, is the first guest of the evening. Tommy, who grew up in Atlanta, Georgia, always en- joyed singing b u t didn't think that it looked like a very prom- ising way to earn a living. After graduation from hi.Th school, he accepted a job with General Electric Company. On the side, however, he kept wril- ing ar.d playing music and eventually came to the atten- tion of Bill Lowery of Low cry Music Corporation, for whom he recorded "Sheila" which be- came a hit and brought him success. Crowbar, a favorite rf many Canadians, including the Tru- deaus, are also on tonight's show. The Prime Minister, in fact, made the official presen- tation cf Crowbar's first gold record for their album "Larger Than The group per- forms "Oh What A Feeling." A 90 minute Emmy Awards television program honoring news and documentary pro- gramming exclusively will be presented for the first time in history in the spring of 1973, it was announced by the Na- tional Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Announcement of the telecast was made by Thomas W. Sarn- ofl, Staff Executive Vice Presi- dent, National Broadcasting Company, and Robert F. Lew- ine, President, of the Academy, at a press conference in New York following a meeting of the Academy's Board of Direc- tors. The Emmy Awards telecast honoring 1972-73 entertainment programming will be present- ed Sunday, May 20, on the ABC Television Network, as previously announced. The tel- cast saluting news and docu- mentary entries will bs broad- cast on the CES Television Net- work a wcsk or two later and l be produced in New York, Date ar.d time of the telecast rtave not yet been determined. "The Acadsmy could not do to news Bud documen- tary programs in the Mr. Sarnoff said, ''because of the structure of the awards telecast. A tremendously im- portant part of television wil] now have an opportunity to be honored on its own." A blue ribbon panel of ap- Leeched in LETHERIDGE at 1221 2nd Ave. Soulh Phone 327-3777 Now is the time to PREPARE your CAR or TRUCK for the coming WINTERS 36" JACKALL JACK.....13.88 48" JACKALL JACK.....19.83 CO-OP ANT1-FREEZE TrV PILLOW PACK (4 2.10 1 Gallon 1 Case (4 g.90 BUY MOW AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR BOOKING PRICE FROM OUR SUPPLIER proximately 40 television col- umnists and critics will serve as judges. The Academy also announced reinstatement of an Internation- al Emmy Award for "Excel- lence in Programming Produc- ed in a Foreign Country." Two big events on Nov. 11 of interest to horsey types The CTV Television Net- tural Winter Fair. Canada's (on wrr-k's long running and award equestrians will be competing winning Saturday altemoon j against teams from the United sports program "Wide World of concentrates on hovses on the Saturday, November 11 edition of the program. Tele- cast time is p.m. on Chan- nel 13. In the first part of the pro- gram, CTV Sports Director, Johnny Esaw, will be joined by Mike Sifton and Tom Gayford, Canadian Olympic Gold Medal Equestrian, for the Interna- tional J u m p i n g Competition from Toronto's Royal Agricul- Thursday, November 16 O Truth or Consequences P4 Another Worlrf Q) General Hosniial Movie: Movie: Congratula- tions Its a Boy El S2crct Storm 0 Nancy Millar fD One Life lo Live B Mike Douglas Hollywood Squares (D Our Lives O Ed Allen Show IB Somerset 01 Dinah's Place O) General Hospital 3 00 (Kl Anotncr World O Take 30 Three on a Mntch O Edge of Ni-rht IB What's the Good Word (J) Dnting Game El Family Affair Q Family Court 0 jokers Wild Q) Split Second E Anything You Can Do C7] Drop In B3 Star Trek News fO Bewitched O Let's MiJte a Deal 0 News 01 O (B O fD (D 0 C0 Ol (H (B Keeping Up With the Jones Movie: Out of Tovncrs News Adam 12 News Trvlh or Consequences Sanford and Son Kreskn Mod Squad Flip Wilson George Little People Super Flick: Hurry Sundown CD The Men O Carol Burnett B Ironside B Movie: Brian's Song Q) Owen Marshall (TB News (5) News George Kirby B Tonlgnl Show Q) Movie: Tc Liquidator O Maude IB Here Come Hie 70s 0 News (Q) News CT) CJOC News (B News B Crossfire IB Menr Griffin Show B Movie: Mamie States, Mexico, Argentina and the 1972 Olympic Gold Medalist from Italy, Graziano MancinelU and his Nelly Manehielli- Fasotti. The International Jumping Competition is the climax of four Fall equestrian events be- ginning in Harrisbirrg, Pa., then Washington, D.C., New York and finally Toronto. The second part of the pro- gram wUl go to the Laurel Race Course in Washington for the Washington, B.C. Interna- tional Horse Race. Canadian hopes are pinned on Belle Geste, a four year old filly who finished second in the Canadian International Cham- pionship held in Toronto on Oc- tober 22. Among the horses in the J150.000 race are Riva Rictge, 1SI72 winner of the Ken- tucky Derby, and the Bclmont Stakes, Steel Purse and Parnell, both from England, San Snn from France, Boreen from Ire- land and hfjrses from Russia, Japan and Singapore. Self Divorce Simplified Legal in Canada since 1966 Al I ait a Do-il-youriett Divorce Kit for Alberta For Only S89.5O For further inform, wrile to: LEGAL PUBLISHING COMPANY No. 4-207 4th SI. S.W. Calga.y or phono 261-3032 ACTIVE TV SERVICE 123B 3rd AVE. 5. PHONE 327-5030 Your Authorized Dealer and Service Centre for ELECTROHOMB Drop in and sec Jim for a personal demonstration on the new lines for '73 by Electrohome, with that extra of excellence. Holland's Drapery Shop VISIT OUR STUDIO Largest display ol Drapery Material! in Western Canada Draperies Bedspreads T-V Vertical Drapes 327-4475 The Store With tht> Stock 323 7th St. S., ;