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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta READ THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 'CHINOOK' SOUTH LARGEST CIRCULATION The lethtnidgc Herald TELEVISION GUIDE KING KOIN LAUNDERETTE Dry Cleaning Phone 3 12 SI. B S. Attended Mon. thru Fti. AUGUST 1973 LISTINGS FOR AUGUST 11 TO AUGUST 17 New kind country TV show A new kind of country styl television makes its debut on CBC television Aug 10 at 9 p.m. It's called Country Roads and takes over the Tommy Hunter period for six weeks while Tom and his people have a rest. Country Roar's stars an all- Canadian cnst of danc ers and humorists. Ronnie formerly of Calumet and now star performei at Boots Randolph's Carouse Club in if joined each show by humoris Gwen sis ters The the and H'c Dave Woods Coun try Roads Brass band. Producer Bill Lynn says Country Ronds is a 01 a clash of music good entertainment to fight the summer dug Regular features on the six week scfies are Cryir Time Aitain country Tlic Grease Spot abilly and Granny Slanders and her country news- paper gossip column New Song Spot what is and the puppets of John and Alison voiced by Ronnie namoly Harold the Frog and Yackie Duck. All British guest cast on special Some notes about the all- British guest cast on NBC- TV's Midnight Aug. Herman's Hermit's made their first American tour in and have toured this country regularly twice a year since Gerry and the Pace- makers received the British Silver Disc Award with their first Do You Billy Kramer won England's Melody Maker Award as the Brightest New- comer of the in 1963 The Searchers are one of the few groups of the 1960s to sur- vive. Along with the the group helped put Liverpool on the map with a special Real come-down John who is seen in and on Sunday Mystery as a dull wilted re- calls the time he invaded Broadway in 1953 with a college degree and more than 40 plays to his credit as an actor and director. only job offer I received was from a New York he says. James Steivart stars in new series James Stewart stars as Bitly Jim Hawki a low key but sharp witted criminal law- yer from West Virginia. Above left is Bonnie the young heiress he ac- cused of a triple slaying. On premieres this Fall as part of CTV's mini series of made-for-television films. See page 8 for details on returning mystery series on CTV. Will host new Fall series CBC signs Patrick Watson TORONTO The CBC announced the signing of Pat- rick Watson as host of its parliamentary oriented series Some Honourable to be telecast Tuesdays at p.m. starting Oct. 2. The which will focus on topical issues and events irom the the Commons and political constit- uencies across will be produced in Ottawa by Camer- on Graham. Commenting on the signing of Knowlton CBC director of information pro- ''There is no one can think of who will be more effective in the host role of our new series than Pat. His sensi- ivity and perception provide a perfect stimulus for this series lighlighting our The Toronto-born is an experienced who s perhaps best known for his ole on CBC television's top- public affairs series This lour Has Seven Days in the but who has an array of other credits in the print and electronic me- dia. Watson received an M.A. from the University of Toron- to in 1953 then did postgradu- ate work at the University of Michigan. He broke into broad- casting at age 14 as an actor PATRICK WATSON in the CBC radio series The Kootenay Kid and first became involved in TV on Junior Mag- azine in and as producer of the CBC-TV series Mr. Fix- It in 1956. He subsequently was associated as narrator or with such other CBC series and specials as Explora- The 700 The Way It Science and and the aforementioned Seven plus numerous productions for the National Film Board and private broadcast and film or- ganizations in Canada and the U.S. He directed a Jacques Cous- teau special entitled Search in the in 1968 and during 1972 he was anchorman for New York City's cur- rent affairs The 51st State. His book Conspirators in Si- lence was published in 1969 and he has written extensively for numerous national publications. He also found time to teach po- litical science at the University of Waterloo. A licensed Wafeon main- tains an aircraft and field on his 200-acre farm near Ottawa. Bright season ahead CTV's 1973 Football season is set to break all kinds of rec- ords in in scoring and in television ratings. Pre- season excitement surpassed all past years with the renewed strength of the B.C. the rebuilt Montreal Atouettes and Heisinan trophy winner Johnny a healthy Joe Theis- and explosive Leon Mc- Quay of the Argos. the othsr clvbs have improved over last said CTV Sports Director John- ny and puttir.g all this together means bright pros- pects for the CFL fans and par- ticularly the television view- CTV will carry a basic sched- ule of 24 games in Western and 21 games in East- ern Canada. In order to help overcome the blackout prob- lems in the Torotno Kitchen- er-Hami'ton CTV will bring in 4 games from the Western Conference to the On- tario region. These telecasts will include Vancouver at SES- katchewan Aug. Calgary at Winnipeg Aug. Edmonton at Calgary Aug. p.m. and Calgary at Saskatchewan Sept. pm. The co-operation of the Toron- to Argonauts and the Hamilton Tiger Cats in lifting the black- outs on these dates has allowed for the Western Conference games to be added to the East- ern schedule. Another innovation this year will be the coverage of the fine marching bands during half- time on all CTV telecasts. bands are an integral part of football and should be seen at says Sports Director Esaw. I'm glad that we cculd arrange with the AFM Alan and each of the teams to be r'.'e to televise these entertaining half-time TO LONDON BUREAU CTV News reporter Peter now working in the London Bureau with Michael Maclear. has eleven years experience in news. Former- ly with CTV's Montreal Bu- reau tie hai also been field reporter for CTV's ;