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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE 6 Don't miss Hollywood Boys Glee Club Unusual music makers on special LOS ANGELES (NBC) There's some pretty unusual singing talent on the upcoming Rowan and Martin Special: Harry Belafonte Dawn, f e a t u r ing Tony Orlando Ruby Keeler (who also dances) country and West- ern stars Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton. Not to mention the World Premiere performance of the Hollywood Boys Glee Club, composed ,of (now hear Edward Asner, Ernest Borg- nine, Jack Carter, Howard Cosell, Glenn Ford, Redd Foxx, Kent McCord, Martin Milner, Charles Nelson Reilly, and John Wayne. To start with, they'll all ap- pear on "Rowan and Martin Starring in RCA's Opening a special modelled on the team's command perform- ance before the Queen of Eng- land, to be colorcast on the NBC Television Network Thursday, Sept. 13. What, then, makes these stars unusual? Harry Belafonte is, well, Harry Belafonte singer, ac- tor, producer, philanthrop- ist, champion of various hu- man causes. "It's still one of my favorite songs and I still sing it in my he said of "Jamaica one of his early hits Thursday, September 13 CD Family Affair 0 The Doctors 0 Spiderman (D News (0 Movie: Rabbit Trap 0 General Hospital O Another World ay. Another soprano, Anna Leigh, who was a star in ''Scena Russki" (one of the 'Meet the Navy" hit num- will be coming to the To- ronto reunion from Shreveport, Louisiana. Lew Hurst and Pony Stecheson will be coming >om Hollywood where Lew is :he art director of the "Mary Tyler Moore" and "Bob New- lart" Shows. Stecheson was 'Tony the Troubador" heard regularly on CBC Radio after the war, and now operates unique music business in Hollywood serving Ella Fitz and other TV pel-form- ers. The international artis Leonard Brooks (who designed some of the Navy Show's sets is a Canadian now living in Mexico. He also will attend the reunion. Veterans ef the show are coming from Hollywood, Lon don, England, Florida, New York, Vancouver, V i c t o ria Halifax, Winnipeg, and va rious cities in Ontario and Que bee. bmo December Holiday lour, an hour long Georgo Schlatter production titled One More Time, a musical- comedy evening with Mitzl aynor; a look at a family iving among elephants in the Rift Valley of Tanzania, and a drama produced by David Wolper, to be an' nounced. The Country Music Asso- ciation Awards honoring out- standing achievement in that ndustry will be presented aa a special broadcast from the rand Ole Opry House In Nashville, Tenn., Monday, Oct. 10. Top names in tha country music field will be fea- tured either as performers or presenters. The Como Holiday Special, with guest stars Sally Struth- ers of All in the Family, the Establishment, and B u r n a and Schreiber, will provide a musical salute to the winter season and Christmas. Pro- duced by Bob Finkel, the show will be broadcast Monday, Dec. 10. One More Time, a comedy hour featuring a number of prominent show business stars, will provide a series of vignettes live, filmed and taped reprising great past moments in the entertain- ment world. George Schlatter, one of the inventive minds behind the creation of Laugh- In, will be the producer of the broadcast, to be presented Thursday, Jan. 10. On Monday, Feb. 4, Mitzi Gaynor and guests will pay a special tribute in song and comedy to the American housewife. Jack Bean will be the executive producer. Living with Elephants, a five year filmed experience woven around the adven- tures of a family dwelling among 500 elephants on the Manyra in the Rift Valley, will be presented Wednes- day, March 13. RON'S 'An Establishment Of Good Taste' RESTAURANT COFFEE SHOP, DINING BANQUET ROOMS Monday thru o.m. lo a.m.; Fri. and a.m. to a.m.; Sun. and Holidayt a.m. lo p.m. Phone 328-5666. 'SERVING THE FINEST CHINESE AND CANADIAN FOOD' Acroii from tha Customer 328-5666 ;