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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta tober 19 i Bridge Special lapc of Things juple the Family 222 d and Son Special Corporation" y Movie illion Dollar Man H i Rib Minister ai) in China ilson O Love American Style ID FBI O Flip Wilson Q News O News 10.30 O Tonight Show ID Movie: Hook. Line and Sinker O News ID News O CJOC News Double Bill: 1. Ambush Bay 2. Quiller Memorandum O Movie: The Stranger The WASHER AND DRYER With A... FULL 2 YEAR WARRANTY (5 warnnty on triramliitoni and dryer VAT TH'S J Appliances n Thurt. and Frl. Till Phone 328-5541 NORMAN J. GIESBRECHT repay, an excellent way to reduce Available for Homi ImprovMMt Any othir Worthwhlli Purpou i Welcome Anywhere In Alberta FGAGE CO. LTD. Phone 329-0556 and 328-0005 ting The United Way' READ... THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 'CHINOOK' SOUTH ALBERTA'S LARGEST RURAL CIRCULATION The Lcthbridcic Herald TELEVISION GUIDE ''KINGKOIN LAUNDERETTE PhoiM 32S-M44 3 An. 12 SI. S. AttWKtad Man. thru Fri. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1973 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13 TO FRIDAY. OCTOBER Film awards telecast on CBC tonight For the first time in its quarter-century history, Uie Canadian Film Awards annual presentations will be telecast, on CBC-TV English and French networks, this Friday evening. On the English network, the 90-minute color special will be seen at p.m. local times. Canadian Film Awards Chubby Checker returns On Saturday, on CTV, Bobby Curtola, host of Shake, Rock Roll, welcomes to his show Syjvia Murphy and a return visit by Chubby Checker. The program swings open with Bobby singing three great songs from two decades ago, the Roy Or- bison hit "Pretty "Do You Wanna and the Everly Brothers chart topper "Wake Up Little Susie." Bobby then introduces his first guest for the evening, King of the Twist, Chubby Checker. Chubby performs two numbers, "Loddy Lo" and "Don't Get Hung Up In The Love Tunnel." Chubby Checker became a hit in 1959. He was one of the most successful acts to have appeared at the Peppermint Lounge, where he introduced the Twist, the" dance that launched him into stardom. 1973 takes place at the Saint Dennis Theatre in Montreal, and will be attended by many of the top names in Canada's fast-growing film industry, and Canadian show business generally. It is expected Governor- General Roland Michener will be in attendance to present the Wendy Michener Award for "high artistic an award named for his daughter, the late film critic of the Globe and Mail. Another special award is the John Grierson Award, commemorating the memory of the founder of the National Film Board. This is given to an in- dividual whose work in Canadian films continues in the innovative tradition of this Canadian film pioneer. Among the special in- vited guests expected to at- tend the 25th Canadian Film Awards is the Hugh Faulkner, Secretary of State. Writer signed All Harris, originally from Kingston, Ontario, has been signed as a scriptwriter for upcoming episodes of along with four other writers, Among other television series. Harris wrote an episode of "Startrek." "The Starlost" has also named Joe Scanlon as director for two episodes of the series. Monday-Friday Mornings 5-55 (B Thought for the Day O 6.00 tD University of the Air O O> Yoga 0) O Audobon O O Our World O O Salute to Agriculture O IB Farm Npws O 7-00 O Today Show H> O Capl. Kangaroo O O Farm and City Today 0 Canada A.M. O 7.150 Wizard of Ods O O Ed Allen O 8-00 O Jokers Wild ID (D [Sews ID O Pinnochio 11-30 ID 8 30 O Uncle Bobby ID O Pyramid O (D Romper Room D 9.00 (D Audrey 12-00 O O Gambit ID (D In Conversation ID O Alberta Education O O> Parlons Francais 12 30 O 9.30 O Hollywood Squares ID (D 55 MEETA O (D Jack LaLane ID O Mon Ami Friendly Liianl Jeopardy Lifestyle Show The Young and Restless Camera Twelve Search for Tomorrow Mr Dress Up Pay Cards Who, What. Where Game News Price is Right Sesame Street Pierre Bcrton All My Children Let's Make a Deal Beat the Clock As the World Turns Super Man Days of Our Lives Newlywed Game Flintstones Batman The Doctors News Lassie Woody Woodpecker Top horses running at Woodbine Saturday Vicky Each year, the Ontario Jockey Club honors top Canadian-bied three-year- olds in a one and a half mile race on the dirt track at Woodbine. This year CTV presents the fourth running of The Invitational Handicap from Woodbine, on Saturday. Generally, eligibility is earned by winning or plac- ing in major Canadian classics, but Canadian- bred horses competing out- side of Canada may also be invited. From its early begin- Singalong series in 13th year New, what's new? Why. Singalong Jubilee, about to start its 13lh season on CBC Television, with new faces, a new telecast day and time (Saturdays at p.m., right after Hockey Night In and, according to its new producer, Ted Regan, "a new, contem- porary look in style and sound." As of Saturday, October 5, the half-hour Halifax music series is in for a challenging year, with a wholly new format, pace and tempo in the offing. nings nearly two hundred years ago horse racing has grown in stature to become one of North America's most popular spectator sports. Canadian horses have long been ranked among the best in the world and each year more foreign buyers are purchasing thoroughbreds with Cana- dian bloodlines. With host Pat Marsden leading CTV's coverage, Fergie Olver and Jim Coleman take the viewers through the racing scenes from the jockeys through the betting odds to the little known features that make horseracing such a fascinating spectator sport. Sound is honored HOLLYWOOD The impact of sound films in entertainment has been spotlighted in the motion picture display at the Smithsonian Institution with the addition of an historic photograph of the Warner Theatre in New York during the exhibition of "The Jazz the Al Jolson talkie milestone. Announcement of the photo acquisition was made by David Haberstich, assistant curator of the Smithsonian's Division of Photographic History. Jackie Burroughs (right) stars as Vicky ir the TV film drama of the same name, on CBC Drama '73, Sunday at 9 p.m. Julia Amato plays a therapist in the institution where Vicky has beer held for treatment, after being found responsible for the death of her two young children. October 13 Morning Farm News Bugs Bunny O Telecourse Yogi's Gang Uncle Bobby OScooby Doc A Super Friends O Pinocchio 7 30 Pink Panther 7 55 ID Thought for the Day Q My Favorite Martian O Lassie's Rescue Rangers ID Jo.sie Cartoons and Child- ren's Movie O Goober and the Ghost Chase (DJetsons O Jeannie 9 00 O Speed Buggy ID Sports Digest 0 Brady Bunch 0 Flintslones O Josie and the Pussycats 0 Amazing Chan 0 Mission: Magic Archie O Archies 0 Superstar Movie 10 150 World Series Panel 10 30 O Waterville Gang O Fat Albert 0 World Series Flintstones 0 Puppet People 0 American Bandstand 0 Fantasia O Bailey's Comets 12-OOO Baseball 0 Buckshot 0 Wide World of Sports and N.C.A A. 0 Musical Friends 1 000 Sports Week Wrestling 0 Frontier Collection 2 00 0 Claire Olsen 2 30 0 MacDonald Invitational Stakes 0 Wrestling 3-00 Sports Digest O Lidsville Pink panther Yogi's Gang ;