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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta READ... THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 'CHINOOK' SOUTH ALBERTA'S LARGEST RURAL CIRCULATION The Lcthlnidcic Herald TELEVISION GUIDE KINGKOIN LAUNDERETTE x Sewing Mending Dry Cleaning Phone 328-8M4 Vx. 12 St. B. S. Open 24 Hours AtUr Men. thru frt. FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1974 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, JUNE 29 TO FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1974 Viinr an >TV .FAC-SIMJLK UK TICKET OF ADMISSION TO THK IMPEACHMENT TUIAL, Invitation to an impeachment You are cordially invited to attend a re- enactment of the impeachment trial of President Andrew Johnson, March 13, 1868, in Washington, D.C., which will be presented on CBC television Saturday at p.m. Three Canadians play prominent parts in the production. They are CBC-TV news Washington correspondent Don McNeill, director Alvin Rakoff of the BBC and newsman Robert MacNeil, also of the BBC. McNeill is seen above, left, with PBS journalist Jim Lehrer and veteran New York actor Walter Klavin, who plays President Andrew Johnson. See story on Page 2. SPOTLIGHT CBC buys British series The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation has announced purchase of the British produced television series Upstairs Downstairs, for telecast on its English television network. Purchase of the series, produced by London Weekend Television, involves 60 episodes. Launch date for the series on CBC-TV has not been decided. Upstairs Downstairs, set in England early in this century, is the continuing story of a household in London's elegant Belgravia district, and the personal dramas of the family interacting with those of their servants "below The well-to-do household is seen as a microcosm of Edwardian society. Although the series is a serial, it presents each episode as a self contained chapter in the lives of the "upstairs" and "downstairs" characters. Animal special July 3 What makes animals behave the way they do? Is it intelligence or instinct that compels them to observe certain rituals? For many years biologists have sought answers to questions prompted by the sometimes strange behavior of animals. The studies of one such biologist. Heinz Sielmann, is the subject of the special, "The Mystery of Animal re-telecasting on CTV, Wednesday, July 3, p.m. EDT. Seilmann, one of the best known biologists working in the field, has also been called 'the world's most patient man' a title he has truly earned. For observing animals in their natural environment requires hour upon aching hour concealed in specially built hides, not moving a muscle. His studies produced hundreds of thousands of feet of film and several books and Sielmann has lectured widely on his findings. Irish dramas scheduled Nine Irish dramas, adapted from short stories by such famous authors as Frank O'Connor, Sean O'Faolain, Brian Friel and James Joyce, will be telecast this summer on CBC-TV beginning Friday, July 5 at 10 p.m. The series is called The Sinners and it debuts with The Holy Door, starring Sinead Cusack as Polly Donegan, Brigit Forsyth as Nora Lawlor, Ray McAnally as Charlie Cashman, Eddie Byrne as Father Ring, Elizabeth Begley as Mrs Cashman, Brenda Gogan as Molly O'Regan and Mike Hayden as Tom the Countryman. In The Holy Door, by Frank O'Connor, Charlie Cashman has four women in his life. They are Polly, Molly, Nora and his mother. His mother, incidentally, cannot stand the other three women and is not even too fond of Charlie himself. Show starts third season Police Surgeon, CTV's highly successful and popular weekly police medical drama series, has commenced production for the broadcast season. Police Surgeon will be going into its third season in the Fall with Sam Groom starring as Police Surgeon Simon Locke and Larry Mann, one of Canada's most noted actors, co-starring in the role of Locke's colleague, Jack Gordon. The program will be telecasting at a new time period this Fall, Thursdays, p.m. EDT. Acress Skye Aubrey is currently in Toronto to guest star in two episodes of Police Surgeon, He Is Among Us, and Lady Be Dead. Some of the other guest stars who will be appearing in episodes for the upcoming season are Lainie Kazan, Peter Haskell and Ed Nelson. HOLIDAY WEEK-END SPECIALS We have the lowest color film prices in town plus unbelievably low prices on flash cubes and magicubes. VERY SPECIAL! THE 210 MAGIMATIC X-50 MAGIMATIC CAMERA Pocket camera outfit complete with wrist strap, magi- cube extender, flashcube, film, and instruction book for only Complete with wrist strap, film. flashcube and instruction book for only PLUS MANY OTHER SPECIALS AT LOW, LOW, PRICES AT ANY OF OUR 3 LOCATIONS! 1224-3rd Ave. S. ;