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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The Lethlnittcje Herald TELEVISION GUIDE Tags Drive In FOR PICKUP ORDERS Phone 328-54O5 TODAY, OCTOBER 22, 1971 USTINGS FOR SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23 TO FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1971 ilKES MOD WARDROBE Doc Severinsen, music di- rector for "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny en- joys wearing a wide variety of mod clothes, from crushed velvet knickers to leather-laced pullovers. Doc Severinson rated top musician, trumpet soloist TF Doc Severinsen had not been a determined young- ster, he might be playing the violin today instead of being one of the nation's best-known Immpet soloists. Severinsen, an astute musi- cian who is familiar with Mo- zart symphonies as well as the latest songs by James Taylor and Carole King, has been mu sic director of "The Tonigh Show Starring Johnny Carson' since Oct. 9, 1967. He joined the program when it started on (DOC SEVERINSEN) Concluded on Page 4 Disney World Special ACADEMY AWARD winner Julie Andrews and singer rlen Campbell wiU star in The rand Opening of Waft Disney (Vorld. a 90-mdnute musical-va- riety special highlighting the opening Florida's new JOO-acre Disney World recrea- jonal complex, Friday, Oc- tober 29 at 8 p.m. on CBC Television over Channel Other stars participating in e color special will be Jona- than Winters. Buddy Hackett and comedian Bob Hope, mil pay tribute to the great genius of the late Walt Dfenqy In all, 50 guest personaEUes and their families -will foih in oil the fun, highlighted by mu- sical numbers, comedy vignet- tes on location at the recrea- tion centre near Orlando, Sfta. dancing water and light shovrs a special performance by the World Symphony Orchestra, a climactic pageant of costume characters and a marching band with a voice choir, conducted by re> nowned Music Man Meredith Willson. Of Walt Disney, Bob Hope says, "no man in history has ever given tlw world more en joyment." Hope's guest appear ance in tribute to Disney (who dlied in 3966) will be insiSs the uniqtie Contemporary Hotel in Orlando. "It's been almost eight years since I've been back to pis comments Miss An drews, who will sing and dance in three major numbers during the 'Special. "It's truly gratify ing to know that hardly any- thing has changed there are still many of the smiling faces that I worked with be- fore on Mary Poppins, and the same friendly group atmo- sphere still prevails." Presented throughout is a detailed look at Disney World, including two unique resort ho- tels, water and other outdoor recreational facilities and six entertainment areas Adven- tureland, Fantasylandi fron- tierland, Tomorrowland, Lib- erty Scjuare and Main Street, U.S.A. In addition. Bob Hope intro- duces two other aspects of the mammoth Florida centre the wildlife sanctuary and the projected Experimen- tal Prototype City of Tomor- THE TENTH DECADE During the tenth decade of Confederation 1957-67, federal politics were dominated by Lester Bowles Pearson and John George Diefenbaker. These former prime ministers and the era during which they charted Canada's course are vividly evoked and analyzed in The Tenth Decade, a series of eight one-hour film documentaries to be telecast weekly on the CBC network starting Wednesday, Oct. 27 at 9 p.m. on Chan- nel 7. The history-making series combines archival foot- age, headline graphics and newly-filmed interviews with leading personalities of the period, including the two principals, Mr. Diefenbdker and Mr. Pearson.. DOWNTOWN 6O6-60S 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5767 CHARGE r ...WITH OUR ElGGER-THAft-EVgR DESCOUUTS! MAKE HOYT'S YOUR ONE-STOP SKATE HEADQUARTERS We carry a complete stock of FAMOUS BAUER SKATES for every member of the family! And remember WE TAKE SKATES IN TRADE Check our stock of exchange skates. Priced front only 2.50 WANT TO OWN A CLEAN FRYPAN? USE COPELAND FRYPAN CLEANER Easily removes carbonized grease and encrusted build-up. Tin, only And when your frypan is clean, apply Copeland PANSL1P SILICONS TREATMENT Eliminates scouring, prevents food from sticking tD pans. Spray tin, only PHONE HOU5EWARES 1 Convenient Terms Available or Use Your Chargex! Open Till 9 p.m. Thurs. end Fri. Nights ALL POPULAR SIZE AMER-GLAS FURNACE FILTERS Treated with bacteria fighting hexachlorophene EXTRA SPEC1AI, ONLY, EACH Get a few at this low price and be all set for winter! ;