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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE r r: led programs scheduled for prime time Five new imported series on CBC-TV TORONTO (CBC TV) the Canadian jfogramming which comprises he major portion of its 1973-74 2nglisb network faU television ichedule, rs announced recent- y, CBC-TV will present five lew imported prime time ser- es. These include a major >ne-hour information series on he Sacorjd World War, from Jritain; on hour drama series m the lives of a poor family in he Blue Ritfge Mountains of during the mid-thir- ies; a realistic one-hour an- ,ho'ogy on today's police world; aid two situation come- lies aH entertainment ser- es from the United Slates. Details of the imported pro- grams follow: The World at War Is a 26- week information series, a film tustory of the World War promised by Thames Tele- vision of London, England, in eo-operaf.ion with the CBC. Starting with the build-up of Nazi Germany under Hitler in (he yc-irs prior to the out- break of war in 1939, this ser- ies turns the historical spDt- Light on the foreign intrigue, political posturing and inhuman realities of that period, and on the war itself. According to producer Jer- emy Isaacs, The World at War is not merely a chronological detailing of historical events, but "Bach episode will be a self-contained story and the series as a whole will tell the story of the war in all its aspects, drawing upon the experiences of armed forces combatants and civilians." Ma- terial from archives rever presented to the public, before will lend substance and jerspectave to the series, and tos all-embracing scope of the world conflagration. The series ollows the ultimate Allied vic- tory in Europe and Asia with the prosecution of Nazi war criminals and an indication of turbuJence that was to at- tend the shift of power as the world entered the nuclear age. It concludes with an epilogue composed! of memories of .the war years in pain'tings, music and songs, and the personal re- collections of people whose lives changed by the trau- matic events of those years. The Waltons: Described as "a show for everyone in the family young, old and in-be- this one-hour series recounts the daily lives of au- thor Earl Hamner's family struggling against the vicissi- tudes of the depression years in the Blue Ridge Mountains. The father, mother, grasidpar- ents and seven children com- prising the Walton family are bolstered only by the pride, in- dependence and sturdiness of character which derives from bheir pioneer forebears. The pivotal character is a teen-age son, JolavBoy, eldest of the seven children, who dreams of becoming a writer; this charac- ter is the author himself, and the role is played by Richard Thomas, who won critical ac- claim in the series' made-for- TV film forerunner, The Home- coming. Of interest to Canadian view- ers is the fact that Olivia Wal- ton, the mother of the family s played by Michael Learned, on American actress who be- ame a familiar face on CBC- TV in the 1960s, when she was ving and working in Canada, otti on stage and television. In he role of John Walton, the alter, is Ralph Waite. Will G-eer and Ellen Corby portray he grandparents. The WaKons, vhich has been running on CBS n the United States, has al- Thursday, May 17 Let's Make a Deal J0 Movie: Ths Capetown Affair Another World G3 General Hospital Ncncy Miller Hollywood's Talking OJ One Life to Live Klara's Korner Galloping Gourmet d Movie: A Gift of Terror Ed Allen Oj) fomerset 6J Mike Douglas GJ Dinah's Place ieJ Take 30 C0 Another World Ecige of Night O What's The Good Word p> Vin Scully Show Family Court O joker's Wild CD Split Second te) Anything You Can Do (7) Drop la t3 Buckshot O News Bewitched yj Slar Trek EJ Hollywood Squares fej News O Password td News QO N2ws (fl) News (V) TEA Here's Lucy fD News CD Trv'h or Consequences Doris Day These Are People C0 Beat the Clock (D Mod Squad (2) Man and the City Q Ironside George C0 Little People Circle of Fear O Dean Martin Q Carol Burnett ft) Kung Fu O Movie: Doctor's Wives {0 Streets of San Francisco fD Streets of San Francisco O Flip Wilson QT) News (5) News George Kirby O Tonight Show flj Movie: Bombers B-52 (0 Here Come the 70s CD News (2) News 3) CJOC News 3) News O Crossfire f0 Merv Griffin Show O Movie: Creature from the Black Lagoon ROM'S 'An Establishment Of Good Taste' RESTAURANT SHOP, DINING BANQUET ROOMS Mo-.'ny 1hru q.m, to a.m.; Fri. and a.m. to a.m.; Sun. and Holidays a.m. to p -n. 328-5666. THE FINEST CHINESE AND CANADIAN FOOD' Customer Parking-Ph. 328-5666 TERESA ENTERTAINS Comedienne songstress-en- tertainer, the beautiful en- chantress Teresa Graves joins in the antics with George Kirby and the crew Thurs- day, May 17, at 8 p.m. on the CTV Television Network. Eckstine guest of Paul Horn The sweet and sometimes 93-ulful sounds of Paul Horn mix with this talented voice of BiDy Eckstine on "The Paul Horn Shew" airing Wednesday, May 36 at p.m. Bi'ly Eckstine is featured with the top jazz names in- cluding Earl "Fatha" Hinos, Charlie Parker and Sarah Vaughn. He began his profes- sional career as a singer and emcee in night clubs in Buf- falo, New York, Detroit and Chicago. He then went on to become vocalist for the Earl 'Falha" Hinos band. Mr. as he is affection- ately referred to, presently lives a quiet, harmonious life in Encino, California, away from the static of Hollywood with his -wife, seven children and his music. ready won a large and enthus- astic following below the bor- der. The Police Story: This one lour action drama series is sased on a two-hour film made 'or television, seen last season on NBC's Tuesday Night at the Movies. From material creat- ed by Joseph Wambaugh, best- elling novelist and a member of the Los Angeles Police Ete- partment, the series revolves around a special surveillance detail, a unique police team whose members tail and catch felons in the act of a crime, not after the fact or based on suspicion. In many of the epi- sodes, Vic Morrow stars in the pivotal role of Joe La Frieda, a veteran, free-wheeling cop. Each episode is a complete story. Wambaugh, author of The New Centurions and The Bhic Knight, claims The Police Story will offer "the only rea- listic look at police work on television Cops are human beings first, THEN he points out. "That's some- thing I want to show." Execu- tive producer is David Gerber, a former vice-president of 20th Century Fox Television, in as- sociation with Screen Gems. Needles and Pins: Also pro- duced by David Garber Pro- ductions in association with Screen Gems, this comedy ser- ies sbars Norman Fell as a dress Nathan Davidson, and the setting is New York's garment district, Louis Nye plays Fell's brother- in-law and partner, who pro- vides questionable support in lelping Natham cope with the complexities of the fashion jusiness. Anotbar member of the regular cast is Deirdre Len- ihan as a girl from Omaha who is plunged into the very differ- ent world of the clothing trade on New York's Seventh Ave- nue. Lotsa Luck: An Americaniz- ed version of the successful British situation comedy series On the Buses, Lotsa Luck stars Dom DeLuise as bachelor Stan- ley Belmont, who is employed as a clerk in the lost and found department of a New York City bus line. At work, Sbanlay is beset by an endless variety of problems and hilarious situa- tions, amd at home he is the support of his mother, his un- married sister and his unem- ployable brother-in-law, all of whom in their own inimitable ways give him a hard time. These roles are played by Freeman, Beverly Sanders, and Wyrai Irwin. The half-hour sitcom series was created by Carl Reiner, and executive producers Bill Persky and Sam Denoff. It will be taped before a studio audience at NBC in Burbank, California, Prime time and daytime im- ported series continuing or re- turning to the CBC-TV schedule in the 1973-74 fall season are: The Wonderful World of Dis- ney, The Partridge Family, Cannon, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Maude, The Carol Bur- nett Show, All In the Family, M A S H, Bugs .B n n n y, Sesame Street, CMlclren's Cin- ema, and The Edge of Night... BARBECUE SPECIALS! ON NOW AT YOUR SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OP KETTLE BARBECUE 17" grill, 31" high. STAND-UP 'PUSH' BARBECUE-Complete with rotisserie, grill SINGLE HIBACHI BARBECUE Now Only........................ PORTABLE FOLD UP BARBECUE 23" x 16" grill. Now Only........ All available now at 15 .95 Real-life wife Victoria Young, who plays Puni on NBC-TV's "The LitUe is the real-life wife of series star Brian Keith. She is of Hawaiian, Russian and Ko- rean ancestry. Located in LETHBRIDGE ot 1221 2nd Ave. South 327-3777 Holland's Drapery Shop VISIT OUR STUDIO Largest display of Drapery Materials in Western Canada Draperies Bedspreads Vertical Drapes Tho Store With the Stock 325 7th St. S., lethbridgo 327-4475 ;