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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 3 Sunday, June 23 Dill Oil ion SIT M-f 03 TliiiUKlil For Ihc Day (D Christopher Closeup O Hiiiley's Comets 03 University ol the Air 7 :il) O Chan 03 ICverllunp tioos (D This is Iliu O Nivon Miller 01) Q lU-ach Out Q) Knond O Crossrnails H :iO QHKv O Uay ol Discovery 0) Kra llumbard 00 O Oral Koberls 03 Day ol Discovery O Katliyiyn Kuliliiuin HO IB To You With Love O Kallieryn Kulinan O Look Up and Live O> Make a Wish 10 00 O Kailh lor Today 03 N.K.B. ID Kill Power O Meel The Press O Outdoor laving (B Window on Britain (D Osmunds 03 On Ihc l.iiii! O N I'M! O Trnnis Classic O> II H I'lifnslul 11-HO O Claire Olscn ID Issues and Answers (B Hural Report O Sports Spectacular O Nancy Miller (B Hex jluinbarcl OS Agriculture (I S.A. O District 7 O> N B.C. Koligious IB llorst Koehlcr O Reach For The Top IB Rev. Solbrekken 0) Movie: Holy Matrimony O Country Canada 2 00 O World We Live In O American Golf Classic IB Travel 74 2'SO O Synchronized Swimming (B N.F.U. 11.00 (B Virgil Ward Fishing Show fl) World Tennis O Max Sollbrokcn (B Fred Davis O Face the Slate O Sixty Minutes (D News Close-up IB Garner Ted Armstrong O Youth Cunlrontntion (B Question Period O Arts 74 ID Animal World __ Music1 To Se. (D News O News O Consultation II 20 CD News II 25 (B Oil Heporl II O Outdoor Living CD Insight (B In Conversation II 45 O TraveUire 12'00 CD Merv Griffin O Movie: Blueprint lor Murder JACK, MARIA TOGETHER The Passenger, a film to be released this summer, will feature Jack Nicholson with the Last Tango girl, Maria Schneider. SHEEN IS FAMILY MAN Martin Sheen, who played the lovable, yet lethal, young fellow in the film Badlands, is a hus- band and father of four. Woody Stringam President Reita Sommerleldl Sales Don Johnson Sales (Nelson Homes) Specializing In Residential, Commencal, Farm and Ranch Properties, Mortgages, Free Appraisals and Insurance. II you have Real Estate or Insurance needs, call Eugene or any ol our qualified sales staff. Wood Stringam, Wade Stringam, Alvina Everett, Don Johnson or Flor Groenen (Insurance) or Reita Sommerfeldt. Stringam Property Sales Ltd. 328-6161 Alvina Evorotl 327-2025 Don Johnson 328-8061 Woody Stringam 328-6773 Eugene Cody 647-3550 Reita Sommerloldl 328-0726 Milk River, call collect. gun less and less LOS ANGELES (AP) A lot has happened in Dodge City in 20 years. Marshal Matt Dillon is still fast on the draw, but he draws his gun less fre- quently now and never shoots the bad guys on sight. Doc Adams is still active and as crusty as ever, although slowed by age and illness. Miss Kitty packed up her bustle and blew out of the Long Branch Saloon 'long about February. Chester Goode is long gone, too. Gunsmoke is going into its 20th year. the show is a phenomenon. It is the longest-running dramatic series in the history of tele- vision. Born at a time when westerns proliferated, it's the only one ever seriously regarded as drama by critics. It was cancelled once, then brought back to life. Two members of the original cast, James Arness as Matt Dillon and Milburn Stone as Doc Adams, are still with the show. This new season the show will be different. But then it has constantly changed since 1955. For one thing, Amanda Blake quit the show. Since the premiere on Sept. 10, 1955, her Kiddy Russell was the tacit love interest for Matt Dillon. Her departure is the first for an original cast member since Dennis Weaver, who was Chester, quit in 1963. Stone was off the show for half of the 1972-73 season recovering from a heart attack. Glenn Strange, who had been Sam the bartender since 1960, died last September. NO EXPLANATIONS Executive producer John Mantley at first decided he would offer some explana- tion for the absence of Kit- ty, but then changed his mind because of the com- plicated syndication process, ,Miss Blake is not being replaced and the show will operate at least for a while without a major female interest. Arness will play a more important role in the new season than he has in years. Mantley, a Canadian- born writer who joined Gunsmoke' 11 years ago as story consultant, said: "We're going to make greater use of Jim for several reasons. First, Amanda's departure be- hooves us to use Jim more. Second, there are only a certain amount of shows we can do with Ken Curtis or Buck Taylor." They play secondary roles. "The network feels the western is having a Mantley said. "Therefore, they want me to put more emphasis on the traditional western. More emphasis on Matt. And that means more scope in terms of location shooting. We normally do four locations a year, but we've already filmed four shows at Tucson and we'll do three more at Kanb, Utah. "While they want more of a traditional western, the restrictions against violence haven't decreased. We're trying to do different things this year." There was a time when violence was a trademark of Gunsmoke. It sometimes seemed that at the end of an episode only the regular cast was left alive. But those days are gone, knocked out by anti- violence restrictions that followed the assassination of Senator Robert F. Kennedy in June, 1968. Hangings, gratuitous violence and scenes of protracted bloodletting have been eliminated over the years. Whether Gunsmoke can survive its 20th year is anybody's guess. Mantley said he has felt that every year might be the last. One of the things that has kept Gunsmoke going, aside from the obvious appeal of its stars, has been its concept. Matt Dillon is the marshal with the power of life and death. Doc Adams also has the power of life and death in his hands. Kit- ty has been the earth mover who embodies the good and bad of women. Festus. and before him Chester, is the court jester. Newly, and before him Burt Reynolds as Quint Asper. is the eager young apprentice. That's changing now. Kitty is gone and won't be replaced, at least not in spirit. Dairy Queen North Store Only 516-13 St. North Phone 327-4855 LUNCHEON SPECIAL Monday thru Friday a.m. lo p.m. BIG BURGER, FRIES SHAKE 1 29 USED TELEVISIONS from Good selection, reconditioned, guaranteed Closed Friday at p.m. until August VAN'S TV SALES SERVICE 1238-3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5020 1968 CORONET 500 2 DOOR HARDTOP Blue. V8 automatic. Power steering. Radio. 1973 CORTINA GT 2 DR. COUPE 4 Speed, Red 1972 DODGE COLT 2 DR. HARDTOP 4 Speed. Yellow 1971 PONTIAC LAURENTIAN 4 Door Sedan Green M995 1971 CHRYSLER NEWPORT4 DOOR Blue 1972 POLARA SPECIAL 4 DOOR SEDAN EXTRA SPECIAL 1971 FORD TORINO 4 DOOR SEDAN 1968 FORD LTD 9 PASS. WAGON V8 p.b Radio M495 1970 DODGE W100 POWER-WAGON 1972 DODGE D100 PICKUP Fully Equipped Kino CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. See the Dodge Boys John O'DonnBll Vern Amundson Jack Verwood Ted Ell Tony Winkler David Rollins 3rd Ave. and 11th St. S. Phone 328-9271 ;