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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta READ... THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD SOUTH ALBERTA'S LAMEST RURAL CIRCULATION The Uthbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE WlONQKOIN V UMII FRIDAY. OCTOBER '.ISTINGS FOR SATURDAY. OCTOBER 27. TO FRIDAY. NOVEMBER Jewel in the Crown The Jewel in the Crown, initial episode of CBC-TV's Days Before Yesterday series, traces Canada's struggle for nationhood during the generally happy, prosperous years under Sir Wilfrid Laimer's leadership, through the anguish of The Great War tinder Sir Robert Borden's Union Government, and ex- amines the maturing influence of events of the period on the national psy- che This first of seven full- hour documentaries produced by Cameron Graham of CBC Ottawa (The Tenth Decade, First Person will be telecast Sunday, Nov. 4 at 10 p m on the CBC network Historian Bruce Hutchison is host-narrator and additional narration is read by Barry Morse The girl with something extra Sally Field, starring as "The Girl With Something is an actress whose obligations, like any working mother, also include proper care for her children during the day. Here, Eli, rhe youngest of her two sons visits her on the set. Actress and working mother that's Sally PROGRAM HOST Distinguished Canadian historian Bruce Hutchison (centre) is host- commentator on CBC-TV's Days Before Yesterday series, chronicling Canada's struggle for nationhood from 1997 through 1957. The working mother ana the everyday problems she must face are common to millions of women. They are no less common to Sally Field who, despite the apparent life of glamor fans may believe are com- mensurate with her work as an actress, still must get her 4-year-olo boy, Peter, to nursery school on tune, provide care for her infant son, Eli, and do all the other everyday chores of a working mother. Mornings 5 55 O> Though I for the Day 6 00 (D University o( the AIT 6 15 Q OUT World 8 30 Yoga 0 Audobon 6 45 O Salute to Agriculture 6 55 ID Farm News 7 O Today Show Capt Kangaroo Farm and City Today Canada A M 7 M Ed Allen I 00 Q Today In Montana 0 Mews Pmnochio 8 Uncle Bobby Pyramid fl) Romper Room 9 00 Audrey O Gambit 0 In Conversation O Alberta Education 9 IS fl Par Ions Franca is 9 30 Q Hollywood Squares V Polka Dot Door ID Jack LaLane 0 Men Ami 9 45 Friendly Giant 10 DO O 0 Llfeatyle Show The Young and RMtless Alberta Schools 10 30 0 Search (or Tomorrow 0 Mr Dress Up 0 Pay Cards 0 Who What, Where Game 10 55 O News 11 00 0 is Right 0 Sesame Street 0 Pierre Berion 0 Atl Mr Children 11 300 Let's Make a Deal 0 Beat the Clock 0 As the World Turns O Super Man 12 W O Days of Our Lives 0 Newtywed Game Q Flmtstones 0 Batman 12 30 O The Doctors Q News O Lassie ffi Woody Woodpecker Sally is no longer "the "Gidget" and "Flying two roles which made her famous and for which she is best remembered. Today she is 26 years old and a full-time working mother as the star of CTV's romantic comedy series "The Girl With Something Extra Sally generally puts in a 12-hour day, from seven in the morning until the same hour that evening. Or- dinarily, this would mean she has precious little time for her children She cir- cumvented this by having the area around her dress- ing room trailer on the Screen Gems lot enclosed by a wire fence and by providing swings and other playground equipment. Her mother cares for the children during the day. Since Sally's name is only a few minutes away in Toluca Lake, she often calls her mother and asks for the children to be brought over for lunch or when she may have some free time between scenes. "It really works out explains Sally "The children have a good relationship with their grandmother and I don't have to break in a babysitter to the children's routine. And because I see the boys so of ten they don't feel they are separated from me all day." Sally admits the arrange- ment is convenient, and perhaps she might have a better arrangement man a girt who works in an office. "But we nave the same she says. "My concerns are the same as any other mother. They are constantly on my mind and I fear the phone call that means an emergency." Sally pooh-poohs the idea that her two boys live a life of upset because any mo- ment they could conceivably be whisked off to the studio and Own back home again. "That's she laughs "Most mothers don't have the chance to see" tbeir children during the day and as often as I do. Besides, their so-called 'life of upset' is routine for them They love coming to the studio They think of it as a great big playhouse and a land of make believe." But for Sally Field, it isn't make believe. It's hard work and so is raising two children just like it is for every other working mother. Peter Newman Marg Osburne Banks9 guests Writer-editor Peter C, Newman, comb? vocalist Marc Oiborne and fotksJnger P-iri Haoo nuke up the varied guest line-up for Tommy Banks Show on Wednesday, November 7, at p.m. Newman, MW editor of Maclean's, was born in Vienna and came to Canada in 1MO at tne age of tl. Home Country, provides a clear picture of Us views about nil adopted country. During kis conversation with host Banks, New- man's affection and ad- miration for Canada become very evident. "People who ham lived in Canada al their are apt to take things for granted, but those of vs who have come from other lands, and have bad to leant everything about thfe land, including its language, find Canada says Newman, He adds that Canada has the potential to be the greatest country on earth. When Banks asks bun what he wouU do to im- prove Canada if he were to become prime minister, Newman replies that attkwugh kc'woaU centime toaBow foreign niKiuuiut this cotvtry, he wonkt impose strict KffidatfcBS. Also on the November 7, telecast is-the well toned favorite of Don Mesier days, Man Osbome, and foUcsuiger Pan! Haon who's just completed a new PETUt NEWMAN Saturday, Nov. 3 5 S5 Fan SterTNk Hide Bobby Doo Frwwta Pmedbo 7 7 TlnMAt lor DM Oty I My Fiwnte HHtN> 0 LJsoe's Hone ffeigen JMU Md OuM- 30K 4Jf iWtfeWorWrf II OMber the GhMt weft I Md Cker two. BridrBundi PttHJUtl Amttuv Cku NlMM 10 00 Archie Anton Mnte At FMAIhtft YOB'S NCAA DM BUM Ckntn Puppet 11 FaatMM JMHMC It Budabat Udmlkt CFL 12 M Rift 1 bch Adteu Ftemly Newt II DOVNewc I II til CAA 12 DoAle Ml t 1 H CM ;