Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The LetHbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE FREE EXTERIOR CAR WASH WITH ANY PURCHASE OF 3 OR MORE GALLONS OF GAS SUPERSONIC CAR WASH THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1972 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY. AUGUST 5, TO FRIDAY. AUGUST 11, 197S_ O'Brian returns in new TV series ..-a PLOT TO Kill IRONSIDE Shelly King man (Suzanne Pleshette) is suspected of be- Tng involved in a plot to kill Chief Ironside (Raymond Burr) in "But When She Was CTV's telecast of Monday, August 7 at 10 p.m. on Channel 13. Hers hot on the harmonica TV debut for Charles Lynch Hugh O'Brian who stars as, a globe trotting agent with World Securities, cm think of lots of reasons why people will I be interested in watching his new show "Search." which pre- mieres this fall on the CTV Television Network, Tuesdays, to p.m. To bcsin with he tells you, believe in the show. I be- lieve in the concept of it. I think that the character is the kind of character that I am best with. I've had greatest success in action type roles. It seems logical that I should stay with that type. back into television is extremely hard work so if, you're going to back in it should be into something you believe in, "Secondly the most thing as far as the show is con- cerned there are so many detectives and things the tiling that we have going for us is the fact that the man who created the concept, Leslie Stevens, is also going to be with it. He's not just creating it and dropping it. He is the producer of the show as well." So ten years after ".Wyatt Hugh O'Brian returns once more ill a weekly tele- vision show. VETERAN COTTARS Burgess Meredith, a veteran of 35 years performing on Broadway, in films and on TV and radio, says he would rather be a writer than an actor. However, he will continue In the field for which he is best known when lie appears regu- larly as V. C. R. Cameron, head of mission control, in CTV's new series, "I think writing is the ulti- mate of the creative Meredith commented. "I only wish I possessed the discipline to express myself in words. HUGH O'BRIAN While acting pays the bi'Js. T still long for recognition as a writer. "I guess I was a natural acting came easy to inc. ing. however, is a bit Tr.orc difficult but it still seems to be the most satisfying way to express myself." Few Canadians have not heard of Charles Lynch, writer- broadcaster, col'amnist, and head o[ the Southam News Ser- vice. However, the Tommy Banks Show, Saturday, August S at 10 p.m., on CBC-TV, offers another Lynch, in his television i 'debut as an accomplished mu- sician on the harmonica. Other guests on the half-hour snow are the Allan Cora Lee and Jackie, wdl- fcnown to fans of CBC-TV's The Tommy Hunter Show, who sing Bollin' On The River. To millions of Canadians. Lynch's daily column is a re- source of opinion on national and world affairs. Be- tween harmonica solos (he has played with orchestras to Can- ada and abroadl lie covers the gamut of his multi-faceted ca- reer: from dispatching carrier pigeons to cany communiques from the Normandy front in 1944. to earning a unique title in Occupied France honor- Lcouard Niiiioy turas vampire Leonard Nimoy. who starred as Mr. Spock in the "Star Trek" space fantasy, has turn- ed his attention to another form of fantasy vampires. He directs the "Death on a Barge" segment, of "Rod Sorting's Night filming at Uni- versal Studios for NBC-TV this fall. ary president of the Rouen Butchers' Association. Born in Saint John, N.B.. he worked on newspapers in Kali- fax. Vancouver and Toronto un- til 1943, then joined Reuters as a war correspondent. He cover- ed the Nuremberg Trials in 1946, tlien went to Rio dc Jan- eiro and returned to Canada to become UN correspondent for the CBC and write for a num- ber of Canadian newspapers. As a journalist, musician and storyteller. Lynch is one of Canada's most sought-after guest speakers. A self con- fessed rebel and general hell- raiser, he has little, if any, trouble contributing to one of the most amusing shows offer- ed by Tommy Banks this sea- son. CTV' special 011 childhood is rc-lelecas't How does a baby make the enormous move from helpless infancy to exuberant, accom- plished childhood? This transition, the develop- ment of the child from the moment of birth to the first day at school, will be surveyed in "Childhood: The Enchanted Years" to be telecast Ott the CTV Television Network, Mon- day, August 7 at p.m. (This program was previously tele- cast in April for W5 this Fall Throe of Canada's top tele- vision journalists take over tha on-air hosting of W5, the CTV Network's Sunday evening news and public affairs series when it begins its seventh sea- son this fall, Tom Gould, CTV'a director of news, features and information programming will share the on- air duties with Michael Ma- clear, CTV's Eiropean corre- spondent and Ken Lefolii, form- er contributor to These three men between them have over W years of. newspaper, magazine and tele- vision reporting experience. Their respective backgrounds encompass both national and in- ternational news reporting anil each has made outstanding con- tributions to Canadian news coverage. The three men, pits pro- ducer Bill Cunningham, former foreign correspondent for the: CBC and news producer, and executive producer Don Cam- eron, producer of WS last sea- son, between them represent one of the most experienced and responsible teanis of news reporters ever assembled in Canada. SIMPSONS-SEARS RECORD OF THE WEEK "DADDY DON'T YOU WALK SO FAST" WAYNE NEWTON Reg. 4.96 RCA VICTOR Rocord Dcpt' STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village. Tolophoni- 353-9131.