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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta HOLLAND'S DRAPERY SHOP largest Dhplay Of DRAPERY MATERIALS In Western Canada 325 7th Si. 5. Ph, 327-4475 The LetWmdgc Herald TELEVISION GUIDE FREE EXTERIOR CAR WASH WITH ANY PURCHASE OF 3 OR MORE GALLONS OF GAS SUPERSONIC CAR WASH THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIOAY, AUGUST 11, 1972 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, TO FRIDAY, AUGUST 18 Brian to star "The Little CTV's new half-tour comedy drama series starring Brian Keith cs pediatrician Dr. Scan Jamison, is designed far viewing by both pn rents nr.d children, The scries nlso stars Shelley Fabares, w h o pwtrays Dr. Anne Jamison, daughter of Dr. Sean- Jamison, herself a pedi- atrician. Garry Marshall, series' cre- ator and co-executive produc- er, explains the concept; "Our prime purpose is to entertain but we also hope to inform. Tho little people Ln our stories arc the children live in Hawaii (where the series win be and their problems are those of cluldren living anywhere. "We will deal with various physical as well as emotional ailments of tlie little people. But each episode will be laced with humor and will reveal Jamison as a warm, concerned physician is as completely taken with his profession as lie is with life. "He is a with unusual ideas. He doesn't tell a young- ster that n penicillin shot is not to hr.rt, because it is to hurt, lie doesn't wear a white cost, because lie knows that children nrc afraid of men in white coa'-. And he doesn't hide his with moth- ers who hn.-ty and incor- rect diagnose of their chil- dren's ilhosscs." "The Little People" will be seen on CTV Thursday nights at p.m. in color. BARNYARD FUN Hokum anything but, when Gordie Tapp, comedian, singer, and veteran of Canadian television, joins Tommy Banks for some bcrnyard fun Sat- urday, August 12 at p.m., on. CBC-TV's The Tommy Banks Show. Gordie recalls early TV days Gordio Tapp. singer, comedi- an, "veteran" of Canadian TV and a man of surprising tal- ents, will be the special guest on The Tommy Banks Show. Saturday. August 12 at p.m., on CBC television. Tzpp. one of the first enter- tainers in Canadian television, discusses the early days of Country Hocdown. which pro- pelled him to national fame in the 1950s. Ho describes some of the incidents which plagued live telecasting OR TV, from accidents to dcliber- I ctely created "effects" turned TF goes out to entertain in lineup of Fall shows to disaster. However, ho just wouldn't be liimself the eld hat. bales of straw and a piece of j hay in Ivs mouth. Happily, he and host Ton my Bunks find i themselves "in the hay it nek1' j lolling on bales while j Tapp i Over his career, the talented entertainer has proved that his Cousin den; image isn't the only thing he has going for him. A master 1 of dialect, he proves his worth in several comic illustrations. Out of his overalls and into a modish stilt, Tapp is one of Canada's best known country singers, and proves it by Help Me" Make It Through The Night. George Peppard is Banacek star By JERKY BUCK HOLLYWOOD (API Telev sion has come up with an ant dote to all those Polish jokes Banacek, T. Banacek, as portrayed by Ceorge Peppard in this new- NBC television series, is Polish and proud of it. People mispronounce ht> name so Ban-a-check his chauffeur suggests he change it. The driver say- don't look Polish. No- body'd know it." Banacek an- swers: "I would." Banacek is a Boston-based modern-day bounty hunter. 3 man who specializes in "resto- rations." He recovers people and things that are lost for a cut of the insurance money. He lives in a Beacon Hill town- house, collects antiques and drives a 1941 Packard Darrin. At the Los Angeles Coliseum__________________________ where a football sequence was being filmed. Peppard said; I "The thing that pleases ma "The Poles are a minority and mos( ;s individualism Bana. when you do something on a I k displavs--. hc "Tho nunoritv vou represent all nu- noriiieVin" a wav. I don't think fact that he likes olner things should forget we're a land of. rather than new things. The ob- immicrants." jects we surrour.d ourselves HAS A TWIST with reveal a great deal about Eauaccfc js a twist upon the m-m traditional whodunit The ess-] ,1 once of each episode is how- "BrmaceK >s; did-il-happcn. In the football cp- fall him a a isode a pro ball carrier disap- CEORGE HOLLYWOOD (AP) After a fling with relevant themes and a flirtation with law-and-or- der shows, television is going all out this fall for entertain- ment Don't look for many messages art the tube in the fall. Among the new show's, it's mostly com- edy and adventure. NBCs Search form c r 1 y tailed Probe is about a globe trotting special agent hooked up electronically via satellite to r. computer. ABC's Delphi Bureau pits n research specialist with a retir- ing nature arxl an encyclopedic brain against the enemies of the United Slates. Jefferson Kcycs operates In CAT STEVENS that rarified atmosphere re- served for the supcrpowerful and the super-rich and collects million for solving a case. That's NBC's Cool Million. James Farentino, one of Hol- lywood's busiest actors, por- trays Keyes. Farentino. late of The Law- yers segment of The Bold Ones, is sandwiching in five 90- minute episodes of Cool Million between movie assignments, appearances on TV variety shows and other commitments. Cool will bo one of throe rotating shows on the NBC Wednesday Myslery Movie. Much of Cool Million will be filmed in foreign locales, which docs not displease Farentino. pears on the field under a pile of tacklcrs. When they get up only the carrier's helmet and a ball are in sight. In another show, an experj- mcutiit automobile is on a train en route from Pittsburgh to Boston. The train does not stop, hut both the automobile and the freight car vanish. "We give no clues because if we gave you just one you could figure out the solution." he said, "it can be figured out. It's abso- lutely logical and feasible." still individual and independent ai-.d distinct. warm and humorous. I'm drawn to that because of all the cold- eyed men of steel I've played." "Peppard said he was intrigued by his first opportunity to ploy a continuing character. "When you do a character in picture that's the end of the haracter." he said, "lie doesn't die but v'he story ends. As an actor it's fascinating that this character goes on. to meet other people and do other tilings." c PROGRAMS REPEATED ON CTV I CTV's nature series "Un- tamed World" explores the i coastline of British Columbia I on Sunday. August 13 at 5 p.m. watching the great assortment of wildlife that inhabits this re- gion. Tommy Roe displays liis I multiple "talents when he goes r'Rollir.1 On The River" with hosts Kenny Rogers and The First Edition and fellow guests i Dee Iliggins, Five Wan Elec- trical r.ivi Nelson Brilcs, for this rc-telccast Saturday, August 12. at B p.m. on the j CTV Television Network. The trusty C-17 transport that carried its crew of young 'The Chicago Conspiracy TViVrF rcpcfit BBC television's ncconslrJC- tion of what has been called "the most iinportam political (rial of the century" The Chicago Conspiracy Trial is to be repeated I he CBC tele- vision network Saturday, Aug- ust 12 at 3 p.m. Canadians "To The Other America" and then "Across The North Atlantic." jour.Tcyed finally "Through The Valley of The Loire" in CTV's re-tele- cast of the last of these tiireo "Flight of Arctic 7" specials, to be seen on Sunday, August 13. at 9 p.m. Or. the "Ian Tyson Show." Tuesday August l.i at p.m. viewers c.iii .-.ample ;h? Ever'y Brothers from the old rock 'n 1 roll period when they I "Bird Dog" and. in their pres- cnt style, one of Kris Kristoff- ersor.'s latest songs "B r e n k- i down." SIMPSONS -SEARS RECORD OF THE WEEK dVELJC O O F" A fi UL B I s g a. I I .99 CAT STEVENS A AND M RH-CORDS Reg. 4.96 Record Dcpr. STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. lo p.m. Thursday ond Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Vltlago, Telephone ;