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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE � What's in store for next TV season? By JEBRY BUCK HOLLYWOOD (AP) - What's in store for the next tderisioa season? II* re action-adventure. More comedy. A return to science fiction. A new emphasis an ettaac dramas and come- The three Unaed States networks will consider at least 190 pilots before drawing up Una- Call schedules next month. The large number is due to the growing network practice of mderwriting production costs by putting many of them on the air. Here is a look at some of the prune candidates: - Adam's Rib, a comedy reprise of the battling legal couple created by Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn in the 1949 movie. Ken Howard and BIythe Banner star. ABC. Shaft, in Which Richard Raundtree recreates his movie roJe as the flamboyant blade private eye. CBS. The New Cases of Perry Mason recreates the old eoartroam drama thai is still papular in the reruns. A new cast will be signed for this CBS series. Jarre tt, with Glenn Ford as an investigator who specializes in cases dealing with the arts. NBC. Pofioe Story, a dramatic anthology created by Los Angeles policeman-author Joseph Wambaugh. NBC. Hello Mother, Goodbye, with two-time Oscar winner Bette Davis as an eccentric and manipulating matriarch ever son Kenneth Mars. NBC. Griff, with Lome Greene of Bonanza as a retired police captain. ABC. The Diana Rigg Show, with the former star of The Avengers in a comedy about a fun- loving British dress designer ia the New York garment district NBC. Call To Danger, with Peter Graves of Mission: Impossible as a justice department investigator. CBS. I Love a Mystery, recreating the old radio show of Jack, Doc and Reggie, with David Hartman, Les Crate and Hagan Beggs. NBC. The Connection, with Charles Darning as a scruffy, out-of-work newspaper c o 1-umnist with connections to the police and underworld. ABC. Genesis H, with Alex Cord as a modern-day scientist who is accidentally put in suspended animation until after "the big war." CBS. The Six Million Dollar Man, with Lee Majors as a test pilot who is "rebuilt" into a superman. ABC. ABC film wins award at Monte Carlo Festival HOLLYWOOD (ABC)- That Certain Summer, roe critically - acclaimed sensitive drama dealing with the poignant problem of a homosexual father, aired on the ABC Television Network Nov. 1, 1972, has won a Silver Nymph award at the 13th annual Television Festival of Monte Carlo. The 90 - minute film won the top award in the Dramatic Programs category. A total of 60 programs from 25 countries were entered in the competition. Emmy winner Hal Holbrook starred in That Certain Summer as a divorced man facing the delicate task of explaining his homosexual life - style to his 14-year-old son. Lotsa Luck, with Dom Le-Luise as a clerk in a bus company lost and found department, from the British comedy On The Buses. NBC. Crime Chib, with Lloyd Bridges as a member of a fraternal organization of investigators headed by a retired federal judge, Victor Buono. CBS. Doc Elliott, with James Franciscus as a doctor who leaves New York to practise in southern Colorado. ABC HOMEOWNERS! CASH for any purpose 1st, 2ml, 3rd MORTGAGES LOANS MADE ON AGREEMENTS FOR SALE BORROW $1500.00 TO $50,000.00 OR MORE NORMAN J. GIESMECHT for 1. Spring Renovations 2. Major purchases 3. Consolidation of debts 4. Vacations 5. Any worthwhile purpose We come to you, loans are made confidentially in the privacy of your home. Call our office today at 327-2181, evenings and weekends 328-0005 or clip out and forward for further information! '"Nome ................Tj midtown | Address---- ............1 1265 la,Y '.LETHBRI I Prov....................| , * ' Phono.................. I______ Joans ltd. UE S. BERT A T1J0K2 ACME TELEVISION LTD. CONTINUES THEIR 17th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS WITH THIS SPECIAL ON THE HITACHI 19" COLOR TV CNU-881 Fefltvres ... 180 Sq. In. Picture, Solid-State Table Color Television (19" Picture Measured Diagonally) Natural image immediately by switching on APS (Automatic Picture Setting) and AFC (Automatic Frequency Control). 100% transistorisation. Instant picture and sound. With power regulator circuit, VHP dipole and UHF loop antennas, automatic degaussing system. Deluxe real walnut-finish wood cabinet. Generous sound from 6"x4" speaker. 26%" xl�'A"xl8 11/16'' (WxHxD). 61 lbs. ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL ... ONLY Available now at . . . ACME TELEVISION ltd 535 - 13th St. North and COLLEGE MALL ;