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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta HOLLAND'S DRAPERY SHOP Largest Display Of DRAPERY MATERIALS In Western Canada 325 7th St. S. Ph. 327-J475 The Lethbtidge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE FREE EXTERIOR CAR WASH WITH ANY PURCHASE OF 3 OR MORE GALLONS OF GAS SUPERSONIC CAR WASH THF. LETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1972 LISTINGS fOR SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 9 TO FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1972 New shows are featured on television this season "H season about to begin, many of the old favorites have been dropped by the networks of the ratings. However, new shows will take their places and some of the popular features of the past few years will continue to entertain TV and the King (debut: Sept (debut Sept. Maude (debut: Sept. The Julie Andrews Hour (debut: Sept. And on CTV: Bridget Loves Bemie (febut: Sept. Ghost Story (debut: Sept. The Little People (debut: Sept. The (debut: Sept. The Streets of San Francisco (debut: Sept. Shows returning to Channel 7 include The Partridge Family, Cannon, Mary Tyler Moore, Flip Wilson, Front Page Challenge, Carol Burnett and All in the Family. The CTV network and Channel 13 launch their new season Sept. 11 with Sandy Duncan, Ghost Story and Night Gallery. Tuesday will feature The Brady Bunch, Headline Hunters, Search, and movies Canadian comics i plan 4 Wednesday nights. The Paul Lynde JL -T As Johnny. Wayne and Frank Shuster see it, a special television show is one on which someone has a chance to lavish a lot more care than an ordinary show. And that's why they prefer to do specials on CBC television, rather than hectic weekly series. This coming fall and winter season on CBC television, Wayne and Shuster will write, produce and perform four Wayne and Shuster Comedy Specials, the first of which will be presented Sunday, Sept. 10 at 9 p.m., to help launch the new CBC television programming schedule. On their first special, Wayne and Shuster will present some on location filmed segments. One of them is a safari sequence in which the intrepid explorers, Wayne and Shuster, defy unheard of and exotic for the source' ofthe mighty Den River in Toronto. In another sketch, the Godfather finally meets his match when he locks horns with Co-hunbo. Gangsterism Js at its best when Wayne and Shuster tell the real story of the trials and tribulations o{ the Godfather's meeting with Columbo. The second Wayne and Shuster Comedy Special will be telecast Dec. 10, also in the CBC-TV Sunday at Nine period. Scripting now is underway for that one. The third and fourth Wayne and Shuster Specials will be telecast sometime in February and the latter part of April or early May, Super Flick and Half the George Kirby Show are Thursday specials. Friday The Streets of San Francisco and Sonny and Cher will be featured as a new series. Saturday shows include Bridget Loves Bernie, Police Surgeon, Sanford and Son and a sports quiz Know Your Sports. A new feature on Sunday is Let Them Live giving greater insight into the animal kingdom. Besides the above both networks will carry specials, some in series, newer vintage movies and outstanding sporting events. If you're on Cablevision watch The Herald's program listings for Channels 9 and 11 from Great Falls to see what NBC, CBS and ABC are offering. The fate of the new shows will depend on the whims of the viewing public and the ratings will tell just how long some of them will continue oa the SOth BIRTHDAY September 1952 a milestone in television in Canada with the start of the CBC. How many remember the above shows? Clockwise, top left- UNCLE CHICHIMUS: CBC English-language television began with the opening of CELT, Toronto in September 195Z. The entertaining puppet series Uncle Chichunus was one the first regular series on Canadian TV. In thss still from tte show Larry Mann is seen with John Comvay's puppets Uncle Chichimus and Hollyhock. (Top right) FOSTER HEWITT- Hockey Night in Canada has been an institution on Canadian TV since CBC television started in Toronto in 1952 and 'Mr Hockey'. Foster Hewitt (centre) has been associated with the' top rated series since it began. In this 1958 shot he's flanked by former Toronto Leaf star Smith then playing coach of the world champion Wbitby Dunlops and Thorn Benson, who then headed CBC-TV's specials and outside broadcasts unit and now is CBC director of entertainment programs. (Bottom right) CROSS-CANADA HIT PAR-ADE- A mainstay in CBC-TV variety programs during Uw early years on Canadian television was Cross-Canada Hit Parade. In this photo series regulars Joyce Hahn and waJiy Koster donned hillbilly garb to duet on one of the top .tunes at 195S the year the series began. (Bottom left) CANADA 3 COUNTRY GENTLEMAN: Canada's Country Gentleman, Tommy Hunter has been a top performer on CBC television sine, he joined the cast of Country Hoedown in 1956 (the year the above photo was This September marks the 20th annu vcrsary of CBC television and Tommy's own weekly show will be starting its eighth season on the network. Nancy Wilson George Kirby's guest Sept. 14 Getting the new season off to a really good start for CTV, George Kirby welcomes Nancy Wilson who joins him for the premiere episode of "Half the George Kirby Comedy telecasting Thursday, September 14 at 10 p.m. Between George and the kids to the cast you never know who Is going to be 'popping up' a tailor, a gorilla, a judge or Dracula all appear to. add whatever irrelevant comments they deem necessary, Of course, you'll notice familiar faces among this weird assortment. Canadians Julie Am-ato, Jack Duffy, Steve Weston, Joey Hollingsworth and Connie Martin portray the various characters you will see this week and every week for the rest of the and Cher on CTV California Governor Ronald Reagan welcomes the popular husband ar.d wife team of Sonny and Cher Bono to begin a new series of music and merriment when he appears as a special guest on "The Sonny and Cher Comedy pre-miering at p.m. Sept. 15, on the CTV Television Network over Chraircl 13. The Jackson Five, popular recording group, guest on the progrcm and also appearing as the Bonos' opening guests are singing star Howard Keel, com-ec'ian Larry Storch and veteran British actor Wilfrid Hyde-White. culture of India probed in documentary Indian culture dates back of the world's largest dcmoo several thousand years. The racy. Indian sub-continent can boast worfc part of tix of a past unique in its splendor scries, "India" looks and grandeur. But this magnifi- first at the superb buildings and cent past has left. India bound works of art from India's past to traditions that imperil her and at the influence of this an-Mure dent culture on the modermza-On Sunday, September 10 at tion of the country, and then 9 pm the CTV Television studies life in the small rural Network telecasts an villages where per cent of hour long documentary study India's population lives. Richest 100-mile car race to be telecast on Saturday The "Hoosier 100" Indian- six times and Mario Andretti apolis Car Race, the richest and Al Unser both two time 100 mile race in the world, winners of the race, will be telecast on the CTV The prospect for a little Television Network's "Wide known driver whining the World of Saturday Hoosier 100 is usually good, September 9. since dirt track racing is one With more than at of the few forms of auto rac-stake, the Hoosier will attract ing in which a driver can most of the top drivers on the make up deficiBncies in his USAC circuit, including A. J machine with skill and brav-Foyt, who has won the event SIMPSONS-SEARS RECORD OF THE WEEK "NEVER A DULL MOMENT" ROD STEWART MERCURY RECORDS 3 .99 Reg. STORE HOUKS; 9 a.m. .o p.m. end Friday a.m. 9 p.m. Villag.. MI-VM1. ;