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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The UtHbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE Burger Baron FOR PICKUP ORDERS Phone 328-4717 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1971 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 TO FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1971 Mary debuts on CBC The Mary Tyler Moore Show, the popular U.S. situation com- edy scries winner of four 1970 Emmy awards for acting, writing and directing makes its do-but on CBC Television on Tuesday, September 14 at p.m. on Channel 7. A contemporary comedy about people completely out of their element, with Miss Moore in the lead role, also features Edward Asner, Valerie Harper, Gavin MacLeod, Ted Knight, and Cloris Leachman. Mary stairs as Mary Rich- ards, associate producer oE news programs in a television station a girl who, 30, beauti- ful and single, would be more than willing to "retire" to a life as wife pnd mother if the right man came along! Asner Miss Harper are cast as (respectively) Lou Grant, iras- cible boss of the TV newsroom, and Rhoda Morgans tern, Mary's friend and neighbor who shares with her the em- barrassment of being 30 and unmarried. MacLeod is Murray Slaugh- ter, quick-witted news writer whose copy is invariably mis- read by the not-too-bright an- MARY TYLER MOORE clior man, Tex Baxter (played by Miss Leachmaii is Phyllis, a married neighbor short on knowledge, but long oo advice. Mary is also, in this day of nudity, permissiveness and anything-goes speech, whole- some." She isn't particularly about it, mind you occa- sionally she tries to fight btit invariably, Ic is stronger than she is. TWO-HOUR IRONSIDE SPECIAL CTV's long running and successful series prem- feres rhis season a 1wo hour fong special entitled The Priest Killer 1o be telecast on Monday, September 13, on channel 13. Ironside (Raymond Burr) and Falher Samuel Cavanaugh (George a detective-lurried priest, join forces to seek a killer of clergymen. fThe Priest Killer'' premiere Raymond Burr, who portrays Chief Robert T. Ironside 'in CTV's long running and suc- cessful police series Ironside, stars in a two hour film, The Priest Killer, Monday, Septem- ber 13, p.m. In The Priest Killer, premier- ing the new season, Chief Iron- side combines forces with George Kennedy, star of the television Aeries "Sarge." Ken- nedy as an ex-police- man turned priest who with Chief Irons ide tracks down a dangerous psychopath who has murdered three priests. The show was filmed on loca- tion in San Francisco, Sierra Madre. and San Pedro. Califor- nia. Also appearing will be Iron- side co-stars Don Galloway and Don Mil-chcll with Riicsl stars Louise Latham. Robert Samp- son, Anthony Zerbe and Ann Dor an. Pig and Whistle on this occa- sion will be pre-empted and the Comedy guesls Lucille Ball and Ed Sullivan have been signed to be guest stars when The Flip Wilson Show has its second season premiere on Sunday. The show will also mark the first showing of the lilt comedy ser- ies on CJOC-TV CTV National News will be de- week on the full CTV Network, layed until p.m. Monday evenings Ironside can be seen every i p.m. Many premieres on CBC and CTV The long, hot summer of old movies and repeat shows comes to an end with the be- ginning of the new fall season on television. From Sunday on the networks will be filled with new shows and new re- leases of the old favorites which have survived on the ratings. It will be a case of plenty of from channel to channel to pick your new favorites and those with cablevision will have the added chore of deciding what to see on the major U.S. networks al- though several of the newcom- ers will be carried on the Ca- nadian TV" systems. Here is a sample of pre- mieres of old favorites and new which will be coming your way week: CTV. Channel 13: Untamed World, 3 p.m.: Story Theatre, 7 p.m.. Mod Squad, p.m.; Shirley's World, p.m.: M a n n Ix. 10 p.m. all on Sept. 32. Nichols p.m. and Ironside special p.m.. Sept. 13. Cade's County. p.m.. Marcus Wclby, MD. 8 p.m. and The Persuaders, 10 p.m. all on Sept. 14. Gunsmoke p.m., Funny Face. 7 p.m Long Street p.m.. Dean Martin H'30 p.m. and The Bold Ones 10 p.m.. all on Sept. 1G. Hawaii Fivc-0 p.m.. Room 222 7 p.m. and The Partners, p.m. all on Sept. 17. CBC, Channel 7: Wonderful World of Disney, 6 p.m., The Rovers 7 p.m., Flip Wilson 8 p.m.. Sunday At Nine 9 p.m., al Ion Sept. 12. Partridge Fam- ily B p.m. and Cannon p.m. on Sept. 13. Mary Tyler Moore 8 p.m., Carol Burnett p.m.. Telescope p.m. and Tuesday Night 10 p.m. all on Sept. 14. O'Hara U.S. Treaasury 8 p.m.. Sept. 16. There wi II be more as Lhc season advances. World of ice visited A journey to Ihe bottom1 of the begins the new sea- son when CTV's Untamed World voyages to the Antarctic, Sunday. "Septembar 12. 5.30 p.m. on Channel 13. Permanently frozen with ice measuring more than one mile deep at the centre, the Antarc- tic remains man's last frontier on earth to conquer. Few animals live in this fro- zen environment, but those lhat do rank among some of the most fascinating ir the world. This is a desert of ice, whipped by winds up to two hundred miles PIT hour and temperatures that seldom rise above freezing. One of the more than forty species of bird that live in the Antarctic, the skua, is followed by the Untamed World cam- eras. The skua eat a meat diet made vp mainly of penguin eggs and shrimp. They usually lay two eggs, but rarely does more than one survive in the harsh climate. Film is also shown of the Wendell and Crab eater seal and of the penguin, which, with its Charlie Chaplin-like appear- ance, seems more than any other creature to be symbolic of the Antarctic. Numbering in the millions, the penguins spend all their lives in Antarc- tica. They build their nests out of the few stones they can find on the ice. After lading a ro-u- ple of eggs the female penguin leaves most of the sitting chores to the male. While the male is Inking care of the eggs the female journeys back to the coast to wash and eal for the first time in weeks. The Lt-opavd seal is one of the penguins' few enemies. This 900 pound creature ci-utscs just off the ice packs, waiting for the legions of pencuin lo ap- pear. In th? water all the ad- vanlape is with the seal. b'it on llw ice (lie pcngu'ns have a def- inite advantage. Korean gets role in Ironside show HOLLYWOOD (NBC) Soon Taik Oh. a handsome Korean, left his native city of Seoul to pursue his education in the Uni- ted States. 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