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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The Lethbrulge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE HANNIGAN'S 328-4038 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1970 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY. OCTOBEK 2X TO FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30 Young Songstress From Nova Scotia Fast Rising Star A NNE MURRAY, the 25- year-old songstress from Nova Scotia, is one of the fast- est-rising lights on the music horizon in many years. She has recently signed an exclusive two-year contract wiih CBC y'hich will .see her appearing on a number of her own television and radio specials this season, ANNE MURRAY NHL Game To Feature UnitedAppeal On Wednesday, Oct. 28, !on Channel 13 at 6 p.m. Montreal Canadiens meet Toronto Ma- ple Leafs at Toronto. It is billed as "United Appeal Night" with Miss United Ap- peal performing a ceremon- ial faceoff. Ward Cornell will interview United Appeal guests. A film features the "Plante Mask Story" and highlights will be shown of the Philadelphia at Montreal game played Oct. Peter Mahovlich will be interviewed and Toronto sportswriters will take part in a panel discus- sion.] as well as making special fea- ture appearances on th Tommy Hunter Show and Sing along Jubilee, the show, she was associated with since 1966 Born in N.S., the daughter of a doctor and the only girl among five brothers Anne graduated from the Uni versity of New Brunswick wiili a BA in physical education. She taught high school in Prince Edward Island before becom- ing a regular singer on Singa- long Jubilee in 1966, and later the CBC's Let's Go in 1968 for one year. Tall, lithe and honey-blonde, Anne's relaxed nature is typi- fied by her habit of lounging in bare feet, blue jeans and shirt in her off-hours. She records on the Capitol label and her last two LPs ol This Way Is My Way and Honey, Wheat and Laughter have both done top business with the public. Her latest hit single, Snowbird, climbed to the top of the charts in both Canada and the U.S. Anne makes her living out of show business but somehow hasn't been affected by the arti- ficial air that sometimes ac- companies the entertainment world. This girl is definitely for real. "I hale show she says "at least I hate the expression and what it is used for the slick, phoney, put-on, that used as a standard. I can only respect performers that come across as real people, being themselves." Anne will make several guest appearances this season on the series Nashville North and has appeared on the Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour. College Of Music Honors Benny NBC-TV star Jack Benny was guest of honor at a "Salute to Jack hosted by the Manhattan College of Music at New York's Waldorf-Astoria Wednesday, Oct. 14. Through his continuing eon- certs across the country and around the world, Benny has raised nearly million for the support of the symphony or- chestra movement. Proceeds from the Waldorf dinner will go to the Manhattan College build- ing fund. SHOW FROM EXPO T0 The Joponese Broadcasting Corp (NHK) and ove briefly about the work of UNICEF as do host Peter Ustinov, Betty Kennedy and Pierre Berton. Many Stars In Osaka Variety Concert Special UNICEF Telecast Faces familiar to most parts the world will be seen in a harming one hour special tel- icast from Osaka, Japan, o n JBC television Saturday, Oct. 4 at 1 p.m. over Channel 7. Eddie Albert, Marlon Brando, acha Distel, Buffy Sainte-Ma- ie, Dinah Shore, Peter Ustinov, lus German pop singer Mary oos, the Indonesian Folk En- imble, the NHK. Dancers and he Osuwa Daiko Drums star m this special variety concert roduced by UNICEF at the 970 world fair in Osaka last ummer. Title of the show is UNIOEF 'estival '70 and is actually a color television version of a iree liour stage show seen by eenung throngs at Expo 70. Peter Ustinov acts as master f ceremonies and performer at the same time. He introduces orchestration based on the use Eddie Albert at the show's be- ginning, and the veteran actor and star of television's Green Acres, sings The Green Grass of Home. Next, Marlon Brando appears onstage with a personal mes- sage about UNICEF and a plea to Hie world to invest in chil- dren rather than war weapons. French singer Sacha Distel sings the theme from the film A Man and A Woman, and Rain- drops. German singer Mary Roos sings Du, Buffy Sainte- Marie sings Crippled Creek and Universal Soldier and Dinah Shore sings Windmills On My Mind and Blues In The Night. In keeping with the interna- tional flavor this UNICEF show, the Indonesian Folk En- semble perform a folk song with of a musical instrument made from bamboo. The NHK Dancers perform an energetic number reminis- cent of Broadway musical chor- eog r a p h y and their perform- ance is combined with appear- ances of the bounding drum- mers of the Osuwa Daiko Drams troupe and the quietly elegant Japanese flute and harp music at Kimiko Yamaouchi and Minoru Muaoka. TJNICEF Festival '70 also fea- tures appearances by Pierre Berton and Betty Kennedy. LARGE COLLECTION' Glen Campbell, star of The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour on CBS televison, owns 15 six- string guitars. Keep Yoor Home Springtime Fresh This Winter! HUMIDIFIER New Aqua-Rihg Humidity Output System 11 gallon deluxe portable. J -As illustrated Automatic Humidistat Control Water Level Indicator Automatic Shut-off and refill Indicator Light Wake this winter the most comfortable, most livable yet. End the dryness of it oil with this beautiful new Air King humidifier that distributes up to II gallons of moisture throughout your house every 24 hours. It's efficient enough to restore your entire home to spring-like Yet so quiet you'll hardly it, ond forae, it. _ 69-95 34-95 DOWNTOWN 606-60B 3rd Ave. S. 327-5767 334 13th Street N. ;