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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta HOLLAND'S DRAPERY SHOP Lorgcst Display Of DRAPERY MATERIALS In Western Canada 325 7th St. S. Ph. 327-4475 The LetWnidge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE FREE EXTERIOR CAR WASH WITH ANY PURCHASE OF 3 OR MORE GALLONS OF GAS SUPERSONIC CAR WASH THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1972 FOa SATURDAY. OCTOBER 21 TO FRIDAY. OCTOBER 27, 1972 Show may shake up TV industry ELECTION COVERAGE Live coverage of the federal flection Oct. 30, from the mir.ute ihe polls close at p.m., (local time) will be provided on both CBC-TV and Radio. Top ore Lloyd Robertson and Ron Collister who will anchor coyer age. Bottom are executive producers Angus McLellan (seated) of CBC Rad.o s elec- tion night coverage ond anchor man Bruce Shirley Eikhard, nearly 17. guest on Ian Tyson show Musicians Ian Tyson ond the Great SiccMed Bird welcome Shirley Eikhard, Loon Bibb, Mel Tillis and The Statcsklers to join them one of CTV's most popular programs. "The Ian Tyson Tuesday, October 2'1 at p.m. Shirley Eikhartl is an Osha- wa girl who will be turning 17 just two weeks after her ap- pearance on the show. This is one of the best 'early' birtli- day presents she could re- ceive. For, although Shirley has been on numerous televi- sion shows, including "Sing- along "The Tommy Hunter Show" and CTV's "Rollin' Ian and Sylvia have long counted among her favorite singers. Former idols aire now fellow musi- cians. Shirley is also well known as a song writer. She lias a contract witli Becchwood Mu- sic, a flourishing Canadian music publisher and artists like Arme Murray, wlio rec- orded Shirley's song "It Takes Time." arc very inter- ested in her work, Song writer, singer, com- edian and publisher all get togetlver in the person of Mel Tillis. He has written enough good songs in the past fifteen years to win over 20 awards. Mel has been singing profes- sionally since 1056 and has enjoyed a steady popularity. He also owns Sawgrass Mu- sic Publishers, Inc. Tells real glory of Daniel Booue Walter B r e n n a n. special guest star on "The Fabulous the premiere of "T h e American Experience" series on NEC-TV Oct. 20, tells some of the real story of Daniel Boor.c, but left out liis favorite Boone laic. Ac- cording to Brcnnan, 01' Dan'l was once asked if he ever got lost in the wilderness. said Boone. "but I was be- i wildered once for three days." SURPRISE Rock Hudson, star of "McMil- lan and walked onto the set without the familiar moustache of last season. The scripters, caught by surprise, will not attempt to explain. By DICK KMTINER HOLLYWOOD (NBA) There's an experiment going on in TV programming which could change the whole busi- ness. One sponsor has put to- gether a program which does away with the networks and goes directly from the producer to the local stations. The sponsor is the Long Dis- tance Division of the Bell Sys- tem. Up until this year they I have annually put on a special, 1 via' the networks, each spring. They chose that sea-son because it was just before the summer, when traditionally, people traveled, and traveling people are what makes for long dis- tance phone calls. Their research told them that people now are traveling throughout the year, not just in the summer, so they figured they ought to be on TV more often. Rather than a network series or a bunch of network specials, however, they opt- ed for this new gimmick. The show is called Top of t the Month, and it is a variety show built around the theme of each upcoming month, with Tony Randall and E. J. Peakcr in charge. i They're distributing it them- selves _ each o[ the 23 operat- ing companies in the Bell Sys- tem is ma-keting it individual- j ly. station by station, in the key cities. Angela Tcdesco, the com-: pony's pretty,; executive j in charge, says she expects Last major stakes race on Sunday On Sunday, October 22 at p m. on Channel 13 t h e CTV i Network telecasts the Canadian Into mational Championships, i live from the Woodbine race- iway in To-onto. Run over a 'mile and one eighth grass course, the International attract-; some of the world's top i thoroughbreds. The race was first held in i 1938 when Bur.ty Lawless own- j oil by F. Morrisscy won a purse of Last year, J071. One For All. owned by J. A. Bell and ridden by Ron Tu-cottc won a tolal of in a race with a total purse in excess of One For All generated a great deal of excitement among the race crowd because he is a soil of the magnificent Northern Dancer. The International is tradition- ally the last major stakes race in the Woodbine autumn meet. they'll wind up with a bigger bunch of stations than if they went with a network. They give the-program to the stations free, with only a few provisos. It must be aired in prime time sorastima during the first week of each month. And, because of Randall's pres- ence (He does the Odd Couplo on ABC) it cannot be aired by NBC and CBS stations opposite Odd Couple, and AEC stations cannot preempt Odd Couple with it. This seems to be an eco- nomical breakthrough for TV. It's good for the individual sta- tions they get a top quality show free, something that has all the earmarks of being a big special. The sponsor doesn't have to bay network time so he's getting his message across at a greatly reduced cost. The only one who's suffering is the network and the middle- man always gets hurt when lio's amputated. E. J. PEAKER SIMPSONS bears RECORD OF THE WEEK "JAZZ BLUES FUSION" JOHN MAYALL POLYDOR RECORDS Reg 4.C6 Record Depr. STORE HOURS: Op.n Daily 7 a.m. t, p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. t, 9 p.m. Centre Villag.. Telephone ;