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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Jan. 17 THE LETHBRrDGE HIDAY, JANUAIV 14, IB In Conversation B Alberta Scboob B Jeopardy (D Where The Heart Is 10.25 ID News IB An About Faces B Friendly Giant B Who, What, Where Game 01 Search for Tomorrow 8 B News B Sesame Street B Somerset m All My Children, IB Ed Allen IB Pierre Berton As the World Turns Lets Moke a Deal 12-00 S Miday Our Town News Newlywed Game _ Bewitched fB Beat the Clock The Doctors News Movie: East of Sumatra B Another World S Secret Storm Movie: Weekend at Dunkirk O One Life Jalua ready to make debut Raymond Burr makes film for Ability Fund TORONTO Raymond Burr; star oJ television and movies has volunteered Ms. ;time to mate a 30 second television film to promote The Ability Fund, which is a national cam- paign conducted in Canada on behalf of physically dfeabka Ca- nadians. The Ability Fond Is the new title for the campaigns identified as March of Dimes end Mothers' March across Can- Tbe television film will be distributed to all Canadian tel- evision in January to tie in with The Ability Fund Campaign dates of mid-Janu- ary to mid February 1972. JOINS CAST Elinor Donahue, Betty on the old TV series Father Knows Best, will join Paul Lynde in the cast of the made-fof-TV movie Gidget Gets Married. 11 LOO Edgfc of Night Our Lives Gomer Pyle What's the Good Word Merv Griffin _ General Hospital (7) TBA BTake Thirty S Three On A Ifotcb Another World B Edge oE Night Dating Game IB Anything You Can Do B Psychiatrist SMy Three Sons That Girl (7) Drop In Family Affair Bewitched Buckshot Truth or Consequences News Password _ Star Trek CT) Telepmoe 7 News TV-5 News Tme Out g Here's Lucy Talent Show (JD News IB News- B Irish Raven B Funny Papers B All in the Family Outdoors Unlimited B Simon Locke M.D. S Robinson Crusoe S1 Wonderful, (Q Medical Centre B David Frost Revue B Partridge Family 'ID Movie: In Harm's Way (Pt. 2) g Cannon Nichols Q Bob Hope Christmas Show Front Page Challenge Pig and Whistle Nature of Things Newi News Ironside ID Sarge B Man Alive Q Tonight Show 2) New. fQ News (7) Teleprobe 7 (g) News B Dick Cavett (7} Our Changing World (J3) Pendulum B The Avengers IB David Frost Show Stampede Wrestling ConehM tram Page Thus, in me second episode, 86-year-old Benny Whiteoak re- a selt as a young cavalry officer in the First World War thinking of his graotoother. The scene eventually comes back to the 86-year-old Kenny recalling a dance he had with his grand- mother on the eve of bis leaving for war. CONFUSION PREVAILS This confusion of past and present, out of any sequence oter than its relationship to the character who is doing the re- membering, makes the full at- tention of the viewer a prere- quisite, and a fanatical watch- ing of every episode almost a necessity. Jack Milkr, critic for the To ronto Star, sees "a real danger that a TV audience spoon fed for two decades on simple Hollywood plots with predicta ble endings will look at this, ask "Who are all those people and what are they and then in their confusion, turn else- where on the dial." However, he predicts, tha "anyone who persists may find himself not only enthralled by superior melodrama, but spoiled for the simpler and sha lower diet that has filled mo; of the time on TV until now." Mr. Miller declares Kat Reid, playing both the 90 to IOC year-old grandmother of Benn Whiteoak and his modem-da daughter, is "predictably bril liant" while Paul Harding, wh portrays Kenny throughout a his ages, "makes a leap to stardom." Blaik Kirby, critic for the T ronto Globe and MaU, calls the series, at least as indicated the first two episodes previewet tor the press, "a confused stum Me through the lives of two many people, almost all of then- cither uninteresting or unpleas __ brightened only sporadi- cally by admirable bits of Kt- Mornings Monday thru Friday QOIDfEr-Denotes Color White Q ID tO B Q ID IB B ID fD Q ID CD (D a a (HI Mornings Our World Farm News News Salute to Agriculture Today Show Capt. Kangaroo Thought for House of Frightenstein Today in Montana Dinah's Place Jack LaLame Concentration Uncle Bobby Farm and City Today Audrey Romper Room Sale of the Century Program Hi-Lights IB B Conrad Mbkulta rktttU 236 13th SI. N. LETHUUDGE Phone 3M-4964 CO AID ALE Phon. 345-3272 ;