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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The Letftbtidge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE HANNIGAN'S 328-4038 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1970 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 TO FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 Sports Variety On CTV The new season of CTV's Wide World Sports pre- mieres Saturday, September 19, to p.m. on Channel 13 and1 this year the series will cover the widest variety of events ever presented on this award winning show. Live coverage of the Ameri- cas Cup Yacht Race and the Southern 500 Stock Cars get the season under way on the September 19 program. "We're trying to provide the best in each sport to satisfy all the fans and I think the first quarter of this year's season will do says CTV's Sports Director Johnny Esaw "The 1970-71 series' touches all bases. We'll have the best of the ever popular title fights, the Motorcycle Hace of Cbam- 'pions, World Roller Skating, figure skating from London and Yugoslavia, the fabulous and 'famous. Calgary Stampede and the National Air Races from Reno. There'll also be the All- Ireland Hurling Championships, the World Weightlifting and Mr. World contests from Columbus World Gymnastics from Yugo- slavia and live coverage of the Phoenix 150 Race for Indiana- polis cars." For the ever-growing legion of drag racing followers CTV's Wide World. Of Sports will fea- ture the National Drag Racing Championships from Indianap- olis and for skiing buffs there'll be the Processional Ski Races from Vale, Colorado. There'll also be coverage of the Air Force Fighter Interceptor Rocketry Meet and the Moto- Cross Motorcycle Champion- ships from Calgary. These are just some of the highlights of the early season. The remainder of the year's programs are still in the plan- ning stages but promise to be just as interesting. Commiinication Witlim Animal World Probed On Sunday September 20, p.m. CTV's animal ad- venture series Untamed World returns to the CTV Television Network for the third season. The premiere episode. Commu- nication, is the story of how an- imals communicate witii each other. JOAN WATERFiELD 13's Host of In Conversation MARGARET PATERSON Host of Channel 13's Sunday Show Pendulum Local Girls Host Two Fall Shows EW tiUes and a new look in hostesses are presented to Channel 13 viewers this fall from the local studios of CFCN- TV. The Today Show is now In Conversation, a daily half-hour interview presentation at 10 a.m. Monday through Friday with Lethbridge's own Jo a n Waterfield in charge. Viewers may do a "double take" when they see Joan .with the new hair-do) the lengthy eyelashes she can bat so well, and the clothes she wears even the midi! A mother of three, Joan en- tered radio through the Leth- bridge Public Library, became copy editor for local radio sta- tions and also for television, and has -been with CFCN-TV chan- nel 13 since its opening in this city. Mrs. Waterfield is also well- known for her interest and par- ticipation in the arts through the Allied Arts Council, the Bowman Arts Centre, local dra- ma and theatre, and has twice been named Best Actress in the Provincial Drama Festival. This fall she has been cart as Mrs. Higgins in the Lethbridge Musi-. founding the Youth Theatre in cal Theatre's presentation of this city and will -teach classes My Fair Lady. She has been instrumental in during the fall season. Another Lethbridge girl, Mar- Barbara McNair Shew Signs Up More CanadiaiiTalent The Canadian produced Bar- bara McNair Show series, which joins CTV's fall sched- ule for the 1970-71 season, has added a further fourteen Cana- dian acts to the already strong line-up of Canadian talent pre- viously announced. Tapings of the program will continue through October at CFTO-TV in Toronto. The Barbara McNair Show new series premieres on CTV on Tuesday September 22 in the p.m. time period and guests on this program in- clude Canadian singer Mary Lou Collins, Brook Benton, Dick Shawn and the Cowstlls. Additional Canadian t a 1