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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta SERVICE IS OUR SPECIALTY H Frank SUPERIOR GULF SERVICE Hth Mayor Dr 327-0313 The LettiBtidge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE KING KOIN LAUNDERETTE Fall is time for Cleaning Phone 32S-SW4 USt B S Open 24 Hcurs MtMMMM tknFrf FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1974 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 28 TO FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4 Experienced correspondent Alan Hustak, CTV's man in Montreal has been appointed chief of the second Western CTV bureau Born in Saskatoon, Hustak has spent over 13 years in broadcasting and has in-depth knowledge of Western Canada and its development in the last decade. 8 1 I I I 1 SPOTLIGHT I Writing workshop 1 David Helwig, literary manager of CBC-TV's drama department has arranged a three-week writers' workshop, John Hirsch head of drama, has announced The orientation of the workshop, which commences in Toronto on September 30, will be toward popular or series television "We realize that good television drama starts with scripts Without scripts and writers, we have Hirsch explains "Therefore, the development of writers through scouting and vvorkshops is one of our primary functions In discussing the workshop Helwig says, "We have selected people of proven talent and energy who have shown an interest in writing for television We hope to teach them some of the basic skills of writing for the mediun. and bring them together in a situation where they can stimulate each other I'm sure these wnters, with training, will help us to produce exciting and entertaining programs Parliament opens Traditional ceremonies marking the opening of the first session of the 30th Parliament in Ot- tawa will be telecast Monday from 2 30 to 4 p.m approximately, on the full CBC-TV network, preempting normal programming The 90-mmute live coverage will begin fvith an edited version of ceremonies in the House of Commons, during which the new Speaker of the House is officially escorted from his Commons seat to the Speaker's Chair by both the Prime Minister and Leader of the Opposition Travellin' Man returns That Travelhn' Man, Tommy Hunter, returns to CBC-TV October 4 at 9 p m for his tenth consecutive season as star of his own show. Tom's season debut is packed with good music, dancing and a talented guest star who sings country with a contemporary style and flair Jim Stafford Back again are Hunter regulars the Rhythm Pals, Al Cherny, the Allan Sisters, Maurice Bolyer and a lineup of guests in coming weeks who include Frankie Lame Sandier and Young Bobby Bare, The Peaches, and Diana Trask Tom's feature song for the first show is Field of Daisies Search for a mother Perry Rosemond is developing The King of Kensington, a situation comedy series for CBC- TV Every boy, even Larry King (the King of the series) needs a mother and Perry is looking for an actress to play Larry's mother Gladys King is a 65-year-old immigrant from Middle Europe, a woman whose frail, saintly looks belie her tough approach to life in general and her son m particular Professional actresses who are willing to take on the heavy mantle of Gladys King are asked to send pictures and resumes to Perry Rosemond, Drama Department, CBC-TV. Box 500 Terminal jg A, Toronto, Ontario S JUST ARRIVED MONDAY MORNING EARLY BIRD SPECIALS AT TERRY BLANDS A new electronic flash by BELL HOWELL Model 10 with a lumlna golden (lash tube It has a guide no of 30 with 25 up to 150 flashes with two 1 5 volt -Aaline bat- teries (not included) Introductory Special 19 95 Now on electronic (lath gun that will fit almost any 110 pocket camera, the NISSIN PF 60 Save the cost of flash cubes the oper- ating costs are negligible (batteries no! m eluded) Special 21 95 Mon. thru Sat., a.m. p.m. Mall till 9 p.m. Thurt, and Fri. 1224-3rd Ave. S. 327-2673 TERRY BLAND Colligi Mill 329-0211 PHOTOGRAPHY LTD. Tiber 223-2402 ;