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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 3-part series to begin Sunday, May 27 Film autobiography of Lester B. Pearson OTTAWA (CP) "I have an fortunate in all of my I've had almost as many a cat." These words, spoken by Les- ter B. Pearson before his death last December, open a 13-part autobiographical series on his Thursday, May 24 00 0 fD 30 00 ID ID 30 00 IE) 0 ID B IE) 00 Let's Make a Deal Movie: What a Crazy World Another World General Hospital Nancy Miller Hollywood's Talking One Life to Live Klara's Korner Galloping Gourmet Movie: A Gift of Terror Joan Waterfiald Somerset Mike Douglas Dinah's Place Take 30 Another World Edge of Night What's the Good Word Vin Scully Show Family Court joker's Wild Split Second Anything You Can Do Drop In Buckshot 0 fH G) (7) IE) Bewitched 35 Star Trek B Hollywood Square? 0 News S Password News News QJ Ne-vs 53 (g) News (7) TEA Here's Lucy News fD Truth or Consequences 0 Doris Day B These Are People Beat the Clock G) Mod Squad O Man and the City 0 Ironside IE) George 10 Little People fE) Circle of Fear O Dean Martin B Carol Burnett Ql Kung Fu B Movie: The Sheriff f0 Of Men and Women ID Streets of Sari Francisco Q Flip Wilson (ji) News (5) News f0 George Kirby O Tonight Show fJJ Movie: Bad Seed fEJ Here Come the 70s News (7) News CJOC News 3D News B Crossfire (0 Merv Griffin Show B Movie: The Cobra RON'S 'An Establishment Of Good Taste.' RESTAURANT COFFEE SHOP, DINING BANQUET ROOMS Monday thru a.m. to a.m.; Fri. and a.m. Do a.m.; Sun. and Holidays a.m. to p.m. Phone 328-5666. 'SERVING THE FINEST CHINESE AND CANADIAN FOOD' Across from the Customer 328-5666 BARBECUE SPECIALS! ON NOW AT YOUR SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OP KINGSFORD CHARCOAL BRIQUETTES 5 Ib. 10 Ib. Bag........................... 1.1O 20 Ib Bag........................... 2.15 KETTLE BARBECUE 17" grille 3'" high. STAND-UP 'PUSH' BARBECUE-Complete with rotiwerie, grill PORTABLE FOLD UP BARBECUt 23" x 16" grill. Now Only.......... 2850 15-95 All available now at Located in LETHBRIDGE at 1221 2nd Ave. South 327-3777 Terry Tweed to play lead in Delilah Talented Toronto actress Perry Tweed has been signed or the lead role in Delilah, a new 13-part situation comedy series to be telecast next fall on CBC television. Miss Tweed, daughter of the ate actor Tommy Tweed, will >lay Delilah, a young lady who las "inherited" a debt-ridden small-town barbershop the centre of local activity and gos- sip in the small community of "Igerton. Also featured in the cast will >e Barbara Hamilton as Deli- ah's aunt, Eric House as the newspaper editor, Peter Mews as an antiaue dealer, and Miles McNamara as Vince, 'Delilah's 16-year-old brother. The new series will be toped ive before a studdo he first sitcom project of its ;ype ever undertaken by the CBC. Taping will begin May 25y with the series' debut on tele- vision tentatively scheduled for early October on the CBC na- tional network. ife which will be shown on CBC-TV starting Sunday, May 27. They are characteristic of he man and of the series. Never taking himself too se- riously, heavy on nostalgia, and ouched with the Pearson hu- manity and wit, the shows pro- duced by award-winning Cam- eron Graham amount to a film autobiography. Pearson was in- erviewed on-camera almost veekly for about two years as he series was being made. He is the narrator. Questions, >osed by Bernard Ostry to tie he interviews together, have )een edited oxit of the final pro- duction. It spans his life from his birth n Newtonbrook, now part of tfetro Toronto, through univer- ity, the First World War, in Carious diplomatic postings and nto politics in 1948. IAD NIGHTMARES He confesses to childhood ightmares and unexplainable ear of a hurdy-gurdy and also ells of his boyhood fascination with history and the novels of G. A. Henty. He tells how he went to war n 1915 and how he pleaded with lir Sam Hughes, then Con- servative defence minister, to >e taken into officer training, which took him to Oxford. ;Love Story9 director is Banks' guest Arthur Killer, the man who directed Love Story, is one of two guests on CBC-TV's Tom- my Banks Show, Saturday, May 19, at p.m. on chan- nel 7. Joining him is Rene Simard, the 12-year-old French Canadian singing sensation making his debut on the Eng- lish television network. (This is