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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The Lethbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE Togs Drive In FOR PICKUP ORDERS Phone 323-5405 FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17. 1971 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER .18 TO FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1971 THE JIMMY STEWART SHOW - Veteran star James Stewart portrays James K. Howard, a livable professor of Anthropology in the generation-gap comedy series, the Jimmy Stewart Show, seen Sundays at 7:30 p.m. on CBC Television. Julie Adams plays Martha, his wife. Jimmy Stewart's first TV series The Jimmy Stewart Show, CBC Television's new generation-gap comedy series, premieres on the network Sunday, Sept. 19 at 7:30 p.m., in color on Channel 7. In veteran movie star James Stewart's first television series, he portrays James K. Howard, an absent-minded professor of anthropology at a small West Coast college founded by his crusty grandfather during the 1890s. His biggest chore in the half-hour series, however, is as the head of a chaotic household. Much of the humor arises from horseplay among the wryly whimsical family: Julie Adams plays his wife, Martha, with Dennis Larson as Teddy, his eight-year old son. Jonathan Daly is his somewhat stuffy 29-year old son, Peter; Ellen Geer is Wendy, his daughter-in-law; and Kirby Furlong his eight-year old grandson, Jake - who resent having to call Teddy "uncle." Additional conflicts are introduced by the sardonic Dr. Luther Quince, a family friend (John McGiver). When Peter and Wendy's home burns down, they move in with Jim and Martha. That's where the fun begins. Jim thinks Peter, with his financial and social ambitions, is a square; Peter thinks his father is too unrealistic, too idealistic, and too permissive. Wendy finds herself torn between her ambitious husband and lovable father-in-law. And it's up to Martha to keep them all in good humor, acting as a Supreme Court of sorts to help settle the resulting chaos. NOT FOR KIDS Dean Martin says singer Peggy Lee has a voice so sexy "no one under 18 should be allowed to listen." Rollin' on the River . Saturday at seven is the time. The CTV Television Network is the place. The event is a brand new variety series starring Kenny Rogers and The First Edition. On Saturday Sept. 18, 7:00-8:00 p.m. on Channel 13, CTV presents the premiere show of Rollin' On The River, an hour of fun, laughter and music devoted to great entertainment. Guest stars on the first program are Tommy Smothers, operating without his brother, Ian and Sylvia and funny man Billy Van. In future weeks guests on the show will include: Andy Kim, Barbara Mc-Nair, Karen Black, Dee Higgles. Roger Miller, Tobi Lark, Merle Haggard, Jason Rob-ards David Wiffen and The Poppy Family. Tommy Smothers, with or without his brother, is a talented performer. On Rollin' On The River Tommy makes a valiant effort to succeed without "my no talent brother." The First Edition a popular singing and musical group, takes pity on the lone performer with each member offering to stand in for the missing half. If Tommy is not amused, then the audience is, for they create lots of delightfully funny moments. Also guest starring on the premiere show are Canada's top vocal duo Ian and Sylvia. Ian and his wife will be seen every week on the CTV Network in the second season of The Ian Tyson Show, telecasting every Tuesday evening 9:30-10:00 p.m. Funny man Billy Van keeps popping into the picture as the not very respected captain of The First Edition's river boat. SKllilltl FIRST COMEDY SPECIAL - More than life seems to be passing by the two old gentlemen portrayed by Johnny Wayne and Frank Shuster. The scene is from Citizen Wayne, the comedy team's own version of the Orson Welles' film classic Citizen Kane and will be paTt of Wayne and Shuster's first comedy special of the season on CBC-TV Sunday, Sept. 19 at 9 p.m. in color. W and S invent new golf game Mr. Wizard' now on CBC "Mr. Wizard," the NBC Television Network's all-new Saturday morning science program starring Don Herbert, has been purchased by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. "Mr. Wizard" will be seen in Canada Monday afternoons on the 70 stations comprising the CBC's English - speaking network. The program is being produced in Canada by Carlton Productions of Ottawa. Can you imagine playing golf down the centre of Toronto's Yonge Street? Dodging cars, leaping curbs and smacking the ball through intersection stoplights? It may sound weird but it's Wayne and Shuster's answer to the problem of Canada's overcrowded golf courses. They call their newly invented game "citygolf," or in the words of Johmry Wayne, "It could also be called Spiro Agnew Golf- everybody gets hurt." The sight of Canada's favorite comedians whacking five irons and drivers through downtown Toronto is only one of the countless spoof-filled sketches i slated for their opening comedy special of the season on CBC-TV Sunday, Sept. 19 at 9 p.m. Special guest on the show will be husky-voiced singer Salome Bey, described as "Canada's answer to Odetta," with a voice that "runs the gamut of I emotions." Featured highlight of the one-hour color special will be a segment entitled Citizen Wayne, Johnny and Frank's own version of the famed Orson Welles' film classic Citizen Kane. It's the tale of a power-mad multi-billionaire (portrayed by Johnny Wayne) who learns too late that there's mere to life than dollars - there's also quarters and nickels and tens and twenties, etc. Watch Sunday at nice time slot for ..his special. Room 222 star on Man Trap Karen Valentine, who co-stars in CTV's unique comedy-drama series Room 222, serves as a panelist on Man Trap, the provocative day-time talk show. Miss Valentine will appear the week of September 20, each afternoon from Monday to Friday, 2:30-3:00 p.m. DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave. S. Phon* 327-5767 Make Hoyt's Your Headquarters for HOCKEY EQUIPMENT Choose from such famous brand name Manufacturer's as;  BAUER  C.C.M.  COOPER  SPA1DING Callnig All Minor Hockey league Players! LOOK! HOCKEY HELMETS In Blue, Gold, White. Reg. 4.50 *) Qft SPECIAL, ONLY ............  SUPER BLADES SPECIAL, ONLY....... 97c GENERAL ELECTRIC DELUXE FRY PANS Colors: Flame or Harvest Gold Reg. 27.98 OA QQ SPECIAL, ONLY .......... ZH.OO PROVEN DELUXE DUAL PURPOSE FOOD MIXER Reg. 19.88 1 9 QO SPECIAL, ONLY .......... I O.OO White They Last! CONVENIENT TERMS USE HOYT'S OWN CHARGE PLAN OR YOUR OWN CHARGEX! 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