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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta HOLLAND'S DRAPERY SHOP Lprgeit Display Of DRAPERY MATERIALS In Western Canada 325 7th St. S. Ph. 327-4475 The LetHbtridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE FREE EXTERIOR CAR WASH WITH ANY PURCHASE OF 3 OR MORE GALIONS Of GAS SUPERSONIC CAR WASH THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1972 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 TO FRIDAYS OCTOBER 6. 1972 Johnny to mark 10th anniversary NBC Television Network per- when the popular late-night sonalitios Flip Wilson and Dean star completes his tenth year Martin join a galaxy of stars In as host of "Tonight Show Star JOHNNY CARSON back with new look There'll be a new look to CBC-TVs flagship information program Weekend when the one-hour current affairs maga- zine returns for its fourth sea- son on the network Sunday, Oct. 1 at 10 p.m. The 1972-73 edition of Week- end will have a new executive producer, George Robertson, succeeding Richard Nielsen; new hosts, including Charlotte Gobeil of Ottawa; occasional appearances by that satirical observer of the Canadian scene, Fred Dobbs (Mike sev- eral new members of the pro- duction staff; and a new, more functional set. Robertson says that Weekend this season will strive for more immediacy, as befits its up-to- the-minute coverage of topical events. ring Johnny Carson" on the NBC Television Network Mon- day, Oct. 2 at p.m. on Channel 9, Great Falls. Previously scheduled stars, who have appeared on the show in past years, are Jack Benny, Joey Bishop, George Burns, Sammy Davis Jr., Jerry Lewis, Don R i c k 1 e S and Rowan and Martin. Taking part in the evening's festivities will be California Governor Ronald Reagan and NBC Television Network Pres- ident Don Durgin. Also on hand will be ten-year veterans of the show announcer Ed McMahon and musical conductor Doc Severinsen. Reflecting on past show high- lights Carson termed many as "fun to do." Those included: The Tiny Tim-Miss Vickie ceremony; a surprise ean Martin to a pro- and George Gobel when Gobel made the classic comment: "Did you ever get the feeling that the world was a tuxedo and you were a pair of Brown a Burbank originated 'chat between Carson and Bob Hockey Night In Canada to start Oct. 7 Newhart that was interrupted by an aftershock to the 1970 California earthquake; and a classic Western barroom "fight" with slugger Carson taking on Doug McClure and James Drury. Entertainer Carol Wayne will represent the distaff side. A favorite guest, and on one occa sion guest hostess of the statuesque Miss Wayne joins the group of male nota- bles. THETfiEACHCOMBERS Pat John (as Jesse Jim) with star Bruno Gerussi (Nick Adonidas) will be seen each Sun- day at starting Oct. 1 in the new CBC-TV adventure series The Beachcombers. Nick's boat, with which he makes a precarious living as a licensed beachcomber, is the Persephone. ______ Rock Hudson wins approval Ceremonies of Man--2 Throughout man's recorded How do you like the "new" Rock Hudson? Last season, Hudson beat out all of the "rnovic-star-to-telcvi- sion" traffic as star of NBC Television Network's "McMil- lan and Wife" and emerged as the lone superstar with a suc- cessful show. The new image for Hudson is Stewart McMillan, Hudson also of ceremony. Whatever the form, whether simple or ex-1----------- travagant these ceremonies resented a new image. The are a deeply ingrained part of hair was. long bu neatly styled the society which practices and he sported a Pancho Villa moustache which many fans On' Sunday, October 1 at 41 felt gave him a more hand- Hockey Night In Canada re-urns to the CBC-TV network Saturday, October 7, for its 20th consecutive season. Television's most popular program will once again bring fans the action rom Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. (The league, with he addition of The New York Slanders and the Atlanta Plames, now stands at 16 on wiannei is, me viv Television Network shows part 2 of the "Ceremonies of an episode from the award winning CTV series "Untamed World." The program looks at the ceremonies in Guatemala, Spain and those of the Masai, Wakambas and Suks people of Africa as well as those in this opinion was not shared with the majority of his fans. Enterprising, and somewhat daring, Tom Biste, television editor for "The Arizona Daily Star" newspaper, threw down the challenge when he received NBC's photographic comparisons of the make-believe police better without his moustache and longer hair 39 readers opted for their hero without the tresses while only 19 were happy with the Hudson of last year." His opinion had been smothered, but being a good journalist, he nonetheless forwarded the results of his column to the the world amateur champions. At p.m. on the same day CTV's long running "Wide World of Sports" telecasts one of the richest events on the USAC motor circuit the Trenton "300" Indianapolis-Car Race, and the World Parachute Jumping Chamoionships from Tachlequah, Oklahoma. "How do you feel about this clean-shaven fellow suddenly taking over the job of Commis- sioner of Police Stewart McMil- he asked his readers In his column recently. "The re- sults, as far as I'm concerned, are he concluded. He left his column open for the expected responses approv- ing his stand. The astounding results of his poll ate related in his own words. "Responses to Rock Hudson's Gerussi stars in series In British Columbia there's a unique breed of men the licensed beachcombers. They're the only men with the special right to retrieve the logging dustry's logs and booms set adrift in storms and accidents alfng the north Pacific It's a rvgged, sometimes pre- carious existence eking out a living this way, supplemented by trolling for salmon, clam- digging and oyster fishing, and scouring the coastal waters of flotsam. To survive, the li- censed beachcomber has to be not only a good sailor but a tough, resourceful, independent kind ol guy who's able to turn his hand to almost anything. Such a man is Nick Adonidas. Nick is the protagonist of The Beachcombers, a new half- hour drama series from Van- couver that makes its debut on the CBC ftyvOct: 1 at DM- Ana s- piayerrby' an" actor who might have 'been bom for tho Gerussi. Nick Adonidas has a salvage license, an old scow called tha Persephone not much, more than a 350 h.p. diesel engine surrounded by enough wood to it afloat and a great passion for life. A mid-40s bach- elor, he rents a rcom in a truck stop diner, Molly's Reach, run by the widow Molly Carmody whose two grand- Hugliie and Marga- ret, adore happy-go-lucUy Nick. The Carmody family and an Indian lad named Jesse Jim are continuing characters who will be seen in most episodes of The Bea'chcombers. CTV telecasts Hockey gams from Prague Hockey, motor racing ara parachute jumping will thrill the Saturday afternoon viewing of sports fans on SaLurday, Sep- tember SO. At 11 a.m. on Channel 13 the .IVtTolJVllSUS LU ivVURi J i i-L U.lll. Ull new and clean-shaven look have CTV Television Nolvork tele- come in loud and clear, and the I casts live, via satellite from answer (for Southern Prague the hockey game be- at least) is that the star of i tween Team Canada and the NBC's "McMillan and Wife" iCzechoslovakian National SIMPSONS -SEARS RECORD OF THE WEEK "COUNTRY MAM" Rock 'n' Roll Song 099 Reg. Record Dopt, by Voldy A and M RECORDS JTORE HOURS: Open Dolly 9 o.m. to p.m. Thundoy ond Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Cfntr. Vlllag.. Tel.phon. 328-M31. ;