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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta More law, order and situation comedies TV axe falls on all three networks NEW YORK (AP) In case you stepped out for a short beer when the American TV net- works unveiled their new full tines, here is the late news: There'll be slightly more law. order and situation comedy on television next season. Instead of the boldness that marked the start of the 1972 ?3 season, the cry of the coming year seems to be: "Stind pat. Don't rock the boat right crime and keep the gtet'les coming." By rny eotint, there will be at least 16 police or private eyo sivtos iwxt year, two more thjn now. Tin-re will be at least 21 fition comedies, mire than exist now, with the big in- crease coming at NBC, Ttiere'll be two new Mr and Ms show about opposing lawyers who are husband and wife nnd n recycled Perry Mason effort from CBS, now called The New Adventures of Perry Mason. They'll join the only legal show now on the air, ABC's Owen Marshall. Another bnrns- ter, played by Jimmy Stewart In Hawkins, will face the tele- vision bench but once month Ttiere'll still be only two Westerns on the range, CBS's durable Gunsmoke and ABC's Kung Fu. Tlie sad song known as the Cancellation Rag was heard most frequently at ABC, which banished six series from the air for next season. CBS cancelled four. NBC dropped o it e and parts of another. NBC's one was Laugh-tn, and the two parts were the Mndignn and Cool Million segments of Wednesday Mystery Movie. Banacek. the third, stayed and soon will joined by two oth- ers, The ABC fixe fell on the vet- eran Mod Squad, the oie-season Julie Andrews Hour, the Pout Lynde Show. The Men, and two mid-season replacements. Here We Go Again and A Touch of Grace. Lyndc will replace Jnmcs Whltmore In Temperatures Ris- ing when it returns for a second season. CBS smote the veteran Mis- sion Impossible and Doris Day shows, tis well as two rookies, The New Bifl Cosby Show and Bridget Loves Bernle. Lome Greene, whose Bonanza series on NBC finally died this year, will return on ABC In a series called Griff, where he plnys a retired cop turned pri- vate eye. It'll appear Saturday nights. It may seem similar In for- mat to the Barnaby Jones scries, but that must be a coincidence, Jones Is on Sunday nights on CBS. Here's the new law, order and luuthter lineup for next year: Dept. nnd Roll out will leave the CBS sitcom count steady at nine. Cojak raises the crime fight count by one. nrklng It six. Shnft, based on the movie about the black private eye, appears just once a month and isn't included In the tally of regular weekly series. NBC-Lotsa Luck, The Girl With Something Kxtra, Diana, and Needles and Plus boost the sitcom count from two to six, Chase and Police Story raise the Inw-and-order tally by one to a total of six. ARC-Sltconu remain at six, with the addition of Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice, Crime-fighting is steady at four, with the addition of Toma and Griff. AM A travel service Glasgow pipec to play O' Canada lot yool A.M.A. WOULD TRAVEL SERVICE located at 408 3th Avenue South Phone 378-1181 or 338.7911 All welcome Plonty of packing of tear of building Thursday, April 19 I 00 l an S fi z co c G t-et's Make a Deal Mi; vie: Jigiaw Another Word Ui itornl Hospital Truth or Consequences Hollywood's Tf Iking One Life to Live Klira's Korner Nancy Miller Q) Movie: A Gift of Ed Allen O Mike Dougtns Dhnh's Place 00 O no CD Another World 3 TO f) of Night CD What's The Good Word 0 Vin Scully Show I 00 G) Family Court O s Wlkl CD Split Second O Anything You Can Do t.30 f7] Drop In (0 Buckshot O News 13 Bewitched 4 C0 Trek O Hollywood Squnrea U News Ul Password "0 News N-jws Q3) News Q e> CD Our gigantic SPRING SAVINGS EVENT Is now in full swing, to SATURDAY; APRIL 2ut See our Advertisement en Page 19 of today's HERALD for full details end TREMENDOUS SAVINGS FOR YOU! loea'eci In LETHBRIDGI al 1221 2nd Ave. South Phona 327-3777 no Q9 .DO (B 11 .7) C7) of) IF) 00 (Jl) ID :OOOD {7} :20 fifj NHL Flare's Lucy News or Consequences Dons Dny Hunt the Clock Mod Sqwd Bob Special Goorgo Llttlo People Circle ot Fear Doun Martin Streets of Sin Francisco TBA Bcb Hope Special Movie: Mr, Itisldo and Mr. Outside Flip Wilson News News George Kliby Tonight Sliow Movie: Here Come tho 70s Maude News News C.JOC News C.ossfire Morv G.'lffln Show Movie: Revenge of the Creature RON'S 'An Establishment Of Good Taste' RESTAURANT COFFEE SHOP, DINING BANQUET ROOMS Monday thru a.m. to a.m.; Frt. and a.m. lo a.m.; Sun. and Holidays a.m. to p.m. Phono 328-5666. 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