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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta HOLLAND'S DSAPERY SHOP Largest CUp I ay Of DRAPERY MATERIALS In Western Carada 325 7th ST. S. Ph. 327-4475 TheletHbridg TELEVISION Herald GUIDE FREE EXTERIOR CAR WASH WITH ANY PURCHASE OF 3 OR MORE GALLONS OF GAS SUPERSONIC CAR WASH THE LETH3SIOG; HeRALD FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1972 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28 TO FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1972 NEW MUPPETS MAKE BOW Those me on muppels, Caleb Silas, Lardpork and Mecn Floyd (lefi to right) and Mordecai, (below, right) make life miserable for the Muppef Musicians erf Bremen on CBC-TV Sunday, 29, a! p.m. The one hour color special aho 510-5 those favcrils muppets the Frog, played by Jim Henson, and Catgui (ladx voiced by Phyllis Marshall. Musicians of Bremen men' muppets appear In the Ixjrt of its forcruir.icvs. drew notice-s from critics j across Cana-iu. Tiic Muppe' Musicims of an hour-: long saechl those dearing Kcrruit the Frog. Cntgiit Uw Lady Cat and T. R. iho Rosier, Rover Joe, I Leroy th.e Mule plus a hunch of will be lelecapl a special prcser.talicn on CCC television, Sunday, Oct. 20 from 7 to 8 p.m. The Batimen, r.ew on the Muppets scene, are Caleb Siles, Lardnork, Morc'ccri and Mean Floyd newly-creeled puppets Tony Franciosa likes to barbecue Tony is not only handy as a Pro bo lie's also handy a.-; cook. As a P r o stars as Kick Eisrco in NBC-TV's "SEARCH" a srT-i-es dcalir.-? with Iho odv'.M-.HTCS of intcr- nationnl mon- itored elect ronically by a mission contvul centre. As a cook, ix: likes to br.r- bcctic. usin? the following approach: "For the Icir-i] of cooking T do, n is vital. It differs for r.ieaLs. "For game, the marinade is easy. It's like a good salad dressing vincpar (fresh lemon juice, if oil, sa It a nd pepper. PuL t he game in a pour on tlie marinade and massage. In Africa, native ccoks massage game Tor about six hours, which is equivalent (o hang- ing the meat for 10 days, ''For steaks, the marinade is simpler. A nvx'urc of soya sauce and sugar, light on the sugsr. stcpks for D t least a.n hour, but several hours is boiler. "For Wauli and drain tiro bird, thzn soak it in lemon juice. Buy a container of lLemon Pcppor Marinade' nl any spice counter. Pour off the lemon juicc the fowl's been soaking in, then rub the lomon pepper marinade nl! over the foivl. rubbing it in well. Now split the fowl, it over the and keep turning slowly until done to taste." in Die trcuce of Jiin Ronson, the man whcse long fLiigci'S hni'e marcouvered and the others to "the brink of real liic" into Ihe hearts of North America's cliildrcn and ad lilts. NEWEST SPECIAL The forerunners of the Mup- pct Musicians of Bremen, seen in previous seasons on CEC television were Hey! Cinderella and The Frog Prince. This new- est in the Henson television spe- cials is tlic third produced in Toronto at Robert Lawrence P r o d u c Lioss in co-operation with the CBC for showing on CEC-TV and in the U.S. In The MuppeL Musicians of Bremen, some over-thc-hill ani- mals, in the autumn of life, and not appreciated by anyone any- more, bund together (o form a musical ensemble, complete with instruments they happen- ed (o find lyinp around un- appreciated, just like them. They run into a band of ban- dits, namely Caieb Sites, Lard- pork, Mordecai and Mean Floyd, who make life miserable for them. But their Ingenuity fi- nally puLs them on top of their tormentors and all is in the end. Phyllis Marshall is the speak- ing and singing voice of Catgut, Che Lady Cat, and the music is performed by Moe Koffcian and his group. Both networks carry election The CTV Television. Net- work's coverage of the 1972 Federal General Election be- gins p.m. local time on Election Night, Monday, Octo- ber 30. For thirty minutes prior to the dose of the nation's polling liooths, the Mandate '72 tele- cast, hosted by Harvey Kirck i and Bruce Phillina, CTV Ot- tawa Bureau Chief, will intro- duce CTV viewers to the size j and scope of the Network's election night coverage. Kirck and Phillips will be sit- uated in Hie Mandate '72 Elec-1 lion Central studio at CFTO-TV. I in Toronto. they will run i dcnvn the facilities CTV will be using DS well as introduce the CTV News reporters who will be covering tile five major re- gions: Gail Scott the Atlan- tic; George Frajkor Quebec; Tim Kalfe Ontario; Peter Kent Prai-ies ar.d Casey Baldwin British Columbia. This preview also demon- strate CTV's ability to link up with its affiliate stations or mo- bile units at any time during election night and the use CTV is making of the Systems Di- mension Ltd. (SDL) computers in Ottawa in providing fast dis- play and analysis of vo'.ing in- I formation. At 7 p.m. time, the CTV j aTfilintc stations join the Net-j work for complete national vot-' iKg results. To wrap up the federal elec- j campaign across the coun-1 try, to examine the issues which political candidates raised, to CN'amine the mood of 1 the electorate just as the cam-1 paigr. began and as it stood on election eve, CBC television will I present a special pro- j gram on Friday, Oct. 27 at 9 p.m. The program, titled The JW Billion Choice, will have IJoyd Hobertson as host, with CBC se- nior Parliamentary reporter Ron Collister giving 331 analysis on various election events and issues. The program title is ta- ken frcm the sum of money which Canada's neirt govern- ment would normally spend during its tenure. The program o-ens with hcrst Lloyd Robertson showing the viewing audience the studio ard its facilities from which will come network reports on elec- tion night. Monday, Oct. 3D. HARVEY KIRK Duke Ellington and Jiis band on String Festival Ellington and his cr- chestra will join the all-star linc-'jp of jazz and mu- i sicians set to perform during "Th: Timex- AH Star Swing Festival." to hosted by Doc on the NBC Tele- vision Network Wednesday, Nov. 29. Singer Joe Williams also will appear on the show. Ellington will lead his band in a medley of songs lie has composed. Williams is to join the Count Basic orchestra, al- ready announced for the pro- gram, to sing, "Alright, You BKVCE PHILLIPS RECORD OF THE WEEK "OLD DAN'S RECORDS" GORDON LIGHTFOOT Reg. WARNER BROS. RECORDS Record STORE HOURS: Optn Daily 9 u.m. la p.m. Thunder and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Centre Telepnano 32S-9231- ;