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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta No outside hobbies! Weaver, star of NBC- TV's "McCloud'' series, strums the guitar, writes songs, grows Us own organic vegetables and fniits, spent weeks on the cam- paign trail on behalf of a presi- dential candidate and does some of the improvements around Ills home. But he says, "I have no outside hobbies." Script of Crippled N.S. girl accepted She writes Welby episode HALIFAX (CP) It was a i-iTi'll for 25-year-old Gwyneth when her script was a Truth or Consequences ft Another World Movie: Sergeant Ryker SO General Hospital Q Secret Storm O "Cara's Komer G) One Life O Mike Douglas Q) Our Lives O Hollywood Squares B Ed AUeo Show QI Dinah's IB Somerset B Take 30 Monday, November 13 (B Another World Q) Tliree On A Match a Edge of Night Q) Dating Game O What's the Good Word Q Family Affair 0 Famny Court O Joker's Wild 40 Anything You Can Do Ql Split Second C3 Drop In 0 Neu's fD Bewitched Q) Star Trek Q Let's Make a Deal FALL CARPET SALE! TIP SHEAR NYLON CARPET CMHC approved. 9 excellent colors. FALL SPECIAL SO. YD. SHAG CARPET CMHC approved. Over 40 colon to choose from, FALL SPECIAL..................... 5Q. YD. SHORT SHAG CMHC approved. Durable heavy dense pile. Available in 10 decorative colors. fl jn FALL SPECIAL.....................SO. YD. ".49 MEDIUM SHAG PLUSH Heavy high style in luxurious multi-color to enharce th- decor of any home. tin FALL SPECIAL....................SO. YD. "We offer free estimates anywhere in Sourfiem Alberta" "No mileage charge within 50 miles of Lelhbridge" fntenor decorating service Fall drapery samples have now arrived CONTRACTORS and HOUSE BUILDERS We offer complete installation of Carpet, Linoleum, Tile and Drapery located in Westminster Shopping Mall 13th St. and 5th Ave. N., Lelhbridge Phone 328-8549 Out of Town Call Collect QD 0 HJ O O (TT) O Q SJ O fD 10 Q O IB Q (B Q J0 FT 10 :M O IB ID News Password CJOC News News TV -5 News Sandy Duncan Movie: Footsteps News News Gunsmoke Truth or Consequences Medical Centre Mpvie: Giant (Ft. 2) NFL HoUin' Bob Newhart Partridge Family Ghost Story Cannon Night Gallery Laugh-In Pig and Whistle This is the Law Tenth Decade Ironside News 0 Tonight Show Q} Movie: Penelope 'Tj tES News S3 News CJOC News 11 Cvossiire Great Escape You Csin't Beat ?he Leau'er la Fcad CHINESE FOOD WEI-TE-N LIGHT LUNCHES MAJORETTE RESTAURANT HO VPS: Open Doily B o.m. io 3 p.m. Closed on Sundays and Holidays) 612 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-7511 MI-WAY PRODUCTS PRESENT CAPS TO CAMPERS "THE GREAT CANADIAN ESCAPE" M. I. INDUSTRIES 416 lOth Street North Phone 328-6878, 328-0923 accepted for a Marcus Welby, MD, television show. Mrs. Matthews, confined to a wheelchair since she suffered a severe case of spinal meninpitis nine years ago, based her Ecript on her 1'fe. We'll Walk Out of He-e To- gelher, televised Sept. 26. tells [he love story of a physically handicapped college girl deter- mined to overcome her afflic- tion and a truck driver deter- mined to live within his limita- tions. Mrs. Matthews, whose hobby has been writing "since I was knee high to a says a pre-medical course nt university created an interest in medical drama. She decided to try wriling her own story for the Welby show because it deals with emotional aspects of illness La which she is specially con- cerned. SAMJTED BY ACTRESS She admits she would have liked to have acted the part of her heroine but "it would have been too difficult, too taring." She suddenly arrived at the con- clusion that "wanting to do the part myself was totally illogi- cal." She approved of NBC's choice of Sian Barbara Allen for the part. Recently she received a letter from Miss Allen which said: "1 salute you, yotn- rv'rit, your pain and your joy. To play Kenee has been TIP. TMnerience that will never me I am ('ooply ;o Mrs. MaUhcwK' hi'si-aml, Bill, a high school is p'eascd that "I found v.liai I vented Io do as I wasn't happy in any of the other things I Her earlier ilnys revolved around ballet end acting, but writing now her whole life. Mrs. Matthews toes cr own life style on a quote ?n !.cr which belongs ;o Welby: "No one is helpless arid no one is a cripple, not they want it that way." 'Where We Live' is re-telecast, "Where We a bnonze medal winner at this year's New York Film and Television Festival, and an episode la "The Human Journey" series of specials, focuses on those things that can be applied to ease Canada's current hoieing dilemma, through interviews with architects and planners, with builders and with people who own a home, when it is re-telecast on Sunday, Novem- ber 12 at 10 p.m. on Channel 13. Entertainment Featured In THE PUB" TAV Enjoy The Pleasant Humor And Unique Musical Sty f ings Of "The Holidayers' Featuring: Hugh Symons Lois Donworlh Harry Munroe M M II MUTE UFFLER PRESEIMTS- MUFFLED ;