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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE 4- Football action returns on July 31 Exciting action from the Ca- nadian Football League re-j turns to CBC-TV with the Ed- monton Eskimos meeting the Blue Bombers at Winnipeg and the Toronto Argonauts taking on the Ottawa Rough- riders in the capital city on July 31. The Bomber Esks game goes to the Western Net- work while eastern fans get a look at the Argos and RmigWes. Ottawa, Pembroke and Winnipeg will be blacked out for this opening night of football. In a major expansion of the tele-ision schedule, CBC win be varrying twenty games this year, and that figure doesn't include the playoff and Grey Cup games. Fourteen contests will be scheduled to the full ?BC network with the remain- ing six being split between the east and the west. Blackout patterns on all ;ames will remain the same as ,ast year, but as usual the Grey Cup game will be tele- cast from coast to coast with no blackout imposed. Super Chromacotor Pie- lure! Modern styled lowboy con- sole in genuine oil finished Wal- nut veneers and select hardwood Titan 101 Chassis over 80% solid-statel Solid-State Super Video Range Tuner. One-Button Tuning. AFC. Spot- lite Dials. 17" ZENITH CHROMACOLOR TV .16 1RUCKIOAO PRICE 388 20" ZENITH CHROMACOLOR TV 90% Solid State .38 44th All-Star ball game on NBC July 24 BURBANK 44th Major League All-Star Baseball Game, the mid-summer classic which offers a parade of the sport's outstanding performers, will receive nationwide live cov- erage when the NBC Tele- vision and Radio Networks broadcast the action from the sparkling new stadium of the Kansas City Royals, Tuesday, July 24. Dick Williams, who led the Oakland Athletics to their World Series triumph last fall, wffl manage the American League squad, and his series counterpart, Sparky Anderson of the Cincinnati Reds, will pilot the National Leaguers. Filming starts on 'Blue Knight9 BURBANK (NBC) Film- ing has started on "The Blue starring William Hol- der, in his first major dramatic television role. The four-part based on Joseph Wambaugh's best-selling novel, will be colorcast this fall on the NBC Television Network. 'Dowager in Hot Pants9 An affectionate visit to the movie capital of the world now In seventies. Jack Gold (above left) went to survey the sights and meet the people who live and work there, from the veterans of the early days to beginners who are hoping for a start. To the right of Jack Gold is assistant-cameraman Chris Sergeant. This look at the dream empire Will be telecast Sunday, July 15 at 10 p.m. on Channel 13. The fabulous era is gone Hollywood shows her age "Dowager In Hot tele- casting Sunday, July 15 at 10 p.m. on CTV, is one man's view of the dream empire that was so busy feeling the pulse of the people that it failed to no- tice its own decline until it was much too late Hollywood. The film, a personal view of Hollywood through the eyes of Jack Gold, looks at the golden days with some of those who were there. It recalls the era when stars were created by the publicity department and de- stroyed by the monotony of the roles which their manufactured image compelled them to re- peat until the public was tired of them; when famous novelists and playwrights were put on the limitless payroll for months without ever writing a word, while studio hacks churned out screenplays In their name. These times are gone and now the major studios have to sell their land and film props o make ends meet. No more does the star system over-ride storylines and social validity. Now, more and more decisions are being transferred from the producer's office to committees n distant New York. The Film Capital of the World is begin- ning to show its age. Jack Gold's film is concern- ed with the present and the fu- ture as well as with the past, [t features the views of con- temporary observers, showbiz Monday, July 16 TRUCKIOAD PRICE..... 409 Limited Quantities ENDS SAT. SMITH'S 236 North 236 13th St. N. Phone 328-5541 CLOSED MONDAY Open Thun. and Frl. tilt 9 p.m. Movie: Tammy and (be Millionaire O Another World 8 Let's Make a Deal General Hospital O New Match Game fD One Life to Live Q Klara's Korner OB Days of Our ives O Galloping Gourmet IB Eye Bet Q Secret Storm (7) Joan Waterfield Q Mike Douglas IB Somerset ID Dinah's Place 01 Three On A Match IB Another Work! QTate 30 ID Dating Game IB What's the Good Word O Edge of Night ID Split Second O Joker's Wild 8 Family Court Anything You Can Do Bewitched IB Buckshot Drop In News Star Trek Hollywood Squares News Password News O CJOC News (DTV-SNews News ID News Q Baseball News ID Truth or O Outdoor Living IB Beat the Clock ID Rookies IB Doris Day O All Around the Circle Q Inside Canada IB Rollin' O Partridge Family ID Movie: Gram IB Sanford and Son O Cannon IB Medical Centre O Here's Lucy 8 This Is the Law Pig and Whistle Q Doris Day Kt V.I.P. IB Ironside O Tonight Show ID Movie: Prisoner of Zenda T) IB News fB News QDCJOC News Pierre Berton O Crossfire IB Menr Griffin Q Whoop-Up ffighligits columnists and wits, as weH as those now engaged in the changing process of Hollywood film-making. Producer Jack Gold started his career overseas. Documen- taries first brought him fame; "The Solitary "Death In The "Mo- del Millionairess" being a few. But he is as famous for tele- vision plays, "The "Mad Jack" and many others and feature films, "The Boforg Gun" and "The Reckoning." "Dowager In Hot Pants" 10 produced by Thames Television of England. Athletic Mathis prefers singing BURBANK (NBC) In high school in San Francisco Johnny Mathis set track and basket- ban records and received an athletic scholarship to San Francisco State College. He once high-jumped ran the high hurdles in under 14 seconds and played basketball against Ail-American Bill Rus- sell while a college freshman. Johnny was invited to the 1956 Olympic trials and at the same time, a Columbia Records exec- utive heard him sing at San Francisco's 440 Club. He wired his New York office: "Have found phenomenal 19-year-old boy who could go all the way. Send blank contracts." Johnny's career decision is now history. He has earned 18 gold records for albums that reached the million mark in AIL love stories When a reporter asked execu- tive producer George Schaefer what resemblance his new NBC-TV series, "Love would have to the prestigious "Hallmark Hall of Fame" spe- cials with which he was long associated, he replied, "Almost any 'Hallmark' I ever did could be considered a love story sales. He has recorded almost 60 albums and is the only sing- er to have bad an album "Johnny's Greatest Hits" on Billboard's "Top 100" charts for eight consecutive years. But no matter where Mathis is, he still remains active in sports. When he can find time, he plays golf, tennis and bas- ketball. However, spaire lime is hard to come by for Mathis, who at one time worked 66 consecu- tive one-night concerts. You Can'lt Beat The Leader In Food CHINESl! FOOD WESTERN MEAIS LIGHT LUNCHES MAJORETTE RESTAURANT HOURS: Open Dally a.m. to 6 p.m. Closed en Sundays and 612 AVf. f. PHONE ;