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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tutidoy, F.bruf.y 9 1971 THE LHHBRIDGE HERALD 5 ITV HIGHLIGHTS! TUESDAY MOVIE: Hilda Crane, 6 p.m.. Ch. 7: A neurotic wrnian with a questionable past returns to her smalltown home. Stars Jean Simmons. DRAMA: Mod Squad, p.m., Ch. 13: A minister poses as a hippie in order to search for the men who murdered his brother and incriminated him in theft. With Kaz Garas. MOVIE: The Producers, 8 p.m.. Ch. 11: A disreputable producer and his neurotic accountant devise a nutty scheme to plan a purposely horrendous Broadway show so they can later make off with backers' money. Sters Zero Mostel and Gene Wilder. PROFILE: Queen of the Atlantic, p.m., Ch. 7: Telescope's host, Ken Cavanaugh, and his wife, compare a voyage on the new liner Queen Elizabeth to one on its now-defunct predecessor. VARIETY: Johnny Cash, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: A large serving of country corn is served up by guests Jim Nabors, George Luxisey, Minnie Pearl, and Homer and Jethro. HISTORY: The Struggle for Israel, 10 p.m. Ch. 7: Tues- day Night concludes its two-parter on the rise of Israel, tonight focusing on the voyage of the Exodus. MOVIE: Jessica, p.m., Ch. 7: An attractive Amer- ican widow becomes the midwife in a Sicilian village. With Angie Dickinson. WEDNESDAY INTERVIEW: Grattan O'Leary, a.m., Ch. 13: Pierre Berton talks with the Canadian senator, a Conserva- tive, who vents his usual strong opinions on politics. MOVIE: Lord of the Flies, 1 p-m., Ch. 7: A group of English schoolboys, stranded on an uninhabited island, show human nature in its least likable light. With James Aubrey. TUESDAY NIGHT World at Six On The Ball a.m. Rob Ingram Show WEDNESDAY Jim Elliott News, Weather CJOC i and Sports News, Weather and Sports Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry 12-00 Probe 1230 News, Weather and Sports News and Grain Prices Jack Thys Party Line Matinee Bob Lang World at Six News on the TUESDAY NIGHT CHEC Hour, Weather on the half hour Farm Show CHEC-FM rownWCaSe" 7'M NGWS' Whr WON. THRU THURS. 7-00 Back rtthe Bible Major News News Fifteen minutes tQ 7-30 The Voice of China Music with The Hour 7-45 Musical Interlude George Ferguson John Henry Oliver 8-00 World Tomorrow Total Information Bill Brown a.m. Simulcast Hour Other Side with CHEC-FM Music with Jack Davies WEDNESDAY Gerry Givens Bill Brown 5-30 Breakfast with Stock Market Chuck Tanner Ron Rosvold Sport, News, Wlhr. Ron Legge CBR Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT Tempo World at Six Supplement Theatre Morning Concert orchestral Matinee Music Past Midnight Guest Appearance WEDNESDAY Operas We Like Eye Opener Tuesday Night World at Eight National News Commentary From the Capitals Gerrusi! Alta. at Noon Afternoon School Broadcast Afternoon Concert BBC News Tempo Max Ferguson BESTWAY TV AND HOME FURNISHINGS CLOSE-OUT SALE CLOSE-OUT PERMIT NO. 889 IN FULL SWING! WE'RE GOING OUT OF BUSINESS IN LETHBRIDGE EVERYTHING IS PRICED TO SELL! OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS FURNITURE APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4th Ave. 5th St. 5. Phone 328-2328 CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT Movie: Dancing the Dark (c) Teleprobe 1 Movie: Hilda Crane (c) Red Skelton Telescope (c) Men at Law (c) (c) Lee Drew's Chtld- ___ ___ jbe 7 ren's Hour Movie: Jessica (c) Movie: Lord of the Flies Our Town _____, Take 30 Western Schools Friendly Giant News i Telep WEDNESDAY 9-30 Mr. Dressup Chez Helene Edge of Night (c) Galloping tourmet Drop In Spiderman Tuesday Night (c) Sesame Slreet CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT Mows (c) Wynne's Pad (c) Randal and Flintsloncs (c) Hophirk (c) Dick Van Dyke In Conversat; Mary Tyler Moore WEPNESDAT News (c) Eddie's Father (c) Mod Squad (c) Nashville North Johnny Cash (c) Barbara MtNair News Flight of Apollo XIV (c) The Best of Berlon Peyton Place Beat the Clock (c) Lucy Show (c) Buckshot (c) Movie: Femala ________ Animal University of Air Famous Jury Trials Miss Helen Another World (c) Sand Box :c> Trouble with Tracy Places in the News I Dream of Parlrms Francais Jeannie (c) Man Trap (c) Wynne's Pad "lints! Thought for Day News (c) In Conversation c Flintstones KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 {Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIGHT Today Show fc) Our Lives (c) Dare to Live Nov.' My Three Sons (c) Fa CSrol Burnelt Mannix News Tonight Show WEDNESDAY Our World Agriculture ecntraTion (c) ily Affair Edge Of Night (Cj Gomcr Pyle (c) Hollywood Squares Merv Griffin Jeopardy (c) Hillbillies id Who, What, Where Cronkite News (c) Game News Another World NBC Nightly News Mayberry R.F.D. Somerset it) World Turns (c) 6: 00 News (c) Men from Shiloh (c) KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT News To Rome With Love (c) Mod Squad (c) Adam 12 (c) Movie: The Producers News (cl The Interns Dick Givcll WEDNESDAY Farm News News Capt. Kangaroo Secret Storm (c) Dirch's Place (c) One Life to Live Jack LaLanna words and Music Sale of the Love Is a Many Century Splendored Thing Galloping Gourmet Dark Shadows Audrey General Hospital )0'30 A World Apart (c) That Girl All My Chilrtron bewitched 11-30 Make a Deal (c) Dfllino. Ncwlywcd Gamo News Canadian-born singer gets shot at Broadway NEW YORK (AP) Dorothy Collins got the role, her first shot at Broadway acclaim, with a left-handed compliment that might have fazed a less hardy spirit, 'After I finished the audi- she recalls, "producer Hal Prince told me: 'I've hated you for yel'S, but you're not itsy-poo at all'." Being 'a cheerful type, the blonde native of Windsor, Ont., accepts without quiver such oc- bygone banality from Tin Pan casional remainders of tire am- bigious image she achieved as Alley. Miss Collins manifests endless the Hit Parade girl on U.S. tele-1 Pollyanna affability in conver- salion, tempered with enough whimsical zest to neutralize vision. From 1950 through 1957, she relentlessly sang through the weekly assortment of tunes in momentary popular esteem. Even 17 successive arrange- ments cf Too Young did not crush her card-carrying chic, and she still claims to love that Old silent movies come off shelf HOLLYWOOD (AP) The i that everything is at normal, jerky old silent film goes in lere and comes out there on tinted, and with actors' gestures at normal speed. Such deflickered flickers were demonstrated recently by a company that hopes to resurrect Garbo, Chaney, Valentino and ither silent classics for televi- sion. Silents flickered, Joseph Bluth explained, because their 16- rames-a-second rate was visi- ble to the naked eye. When tal- kies came in, movies went to 24 frames a second for improved sound. Silents shown on the 'aster equipment were speeded up and jerky. Bluth is president of Techni- color's Vidtronics Division, vhere the new system was de- veloped for Gold Key Entertain- ment, Inc., a sales representa- tive for MGM. A reel of silent film goes into a machine that passes it before a pulsing stroboscope light that ransfers the images to tape, said Bluth, and: "The result is TV-Radio column exact, original speed." Music and sound effects also can be added. Dialogue is still on old-fash- ioned printed titles. Off-camera narration is used occasionally where action has been con- densed. The demonstration film was The Big Parade, a three-hour 1925 film cut to two hours for TV and starring John Gilbert. Its music track was added in 1931. Gold Key President Harold Goldman said that if sponsors are found for this first film, the next from MGM's library of 200 silents probably will be The Un- holy Three with Lon Chaney and Victor McLaglen. Others contemplated are Joan Crawford's first movie, Our Dancing Daughters; The Four Horsemen, with Rudolph Valen- tino, and Bea Hur, with Francis X. Bushman and Ramon No- varro. "The question is whether au- diences will accept this as an exciting thing to lw said. Hooked by TV NEW YORK (AP) Shortly after 7 p.m. Sunday as millions of television viewers in the New York metropolitan area were settling down in front of their sets, the sound stopped and the picture .dis- solved into something that looked like a heavy snowfall. A Manhattan electrical power failure had knocked out broadcasting on all local channels transmitting from the mast atop the blacked-out Empire State Building. For the next 2% hours there was a good chance to measure the degree to which the individual is addicted to the use of that square box. Paul Klein, a former NBC vice-president in charge of au- dience measurement, says in a recent New York magazine article that his two decades of "watching people watch tele- vision" have convinced him that the public is "hooked, chained and otherwise en- slaved" by television. Suddenly deprived, what did we do? Many made phone calls trying to find out what happened, while most of us turned to our radios for an an- swer. Then we cast around for substitutes. Suddenly conver- sation, books and good, de- pendable radio were back in style. Klein has his own explana- tion for the heavy TV-watch- ing by the pubh'c. He believes that, contrary to their own opinions, people do not watch particular programs. "You turn on the set be- cause it is can't he says, "and you then settle down to watch ttiat program among all those of- fered at a given time which can be endured; with the least amount of pain and suffer- ing." He calls this his "theory of the least objectional pro- and uses it t' explain the enormous popularity of some mediocre programs and the failures of some good ones. cloying. A bit fuller-faced than of yore, but attractively graceful at the age of 44, she is having her initial Broadway workout in the musical Follies, due at the Win- ter Garden theatre April 4 after a tryout tour. "I was never aggressive car- eer-wise until I got she refers back to the sing-sing-sing phase. "Then I did the Wizard cf Oz in St. Louis stock, and the stage is a love aifair that will never end." Miss Collins says that in the years since she has travelled the grass roots circuits in just about every musical from Show- boat to My Fair Lady, with ex- .ended stands, too, on television. For two semesters she ap- peared on Candid Camera, im- personating such improbables as a department store dummy, a bride on honeymoon and the driver of an engineless car. After winning five watches and some cups on a radio chil- dren's hour in Windsor, a tal- ent-alert announcer cued her to Chicago. There she was audi- tioned by Raymond Scott. At 13 she became a Scott pupil, He piloted her career, changed her name from Majorie Chandler to Dorothy Collins and married her 13 years later. Miss Collins looks back on that total tutelage-matrimonial phase with good-tempered disp- proval. "During my training I had to practise eight hours a day. I was made to keep a diary, and never saw a movie. It was so unorthodox. Scott fired me six times as vocalist with his band. After we divorced, I swore I'd never wed again." WON'T BE BORED That vow ended a few years ago when she met Ron Holgate in Do I Hear a Waltz? The cou- ple have a three-year-old daugh- ter, Melissa, and the Holgate in Montvale, N.J., in- cludes her two previous daugh- ters. In Follies, Miss Collins enacts an unhappily married woman who fantasizes her life until she and another showgirl have a re- union 30 years after their brief glimmer in the limelight. The score is by Stephen Son- dheim, and with her in the cast are Alexis Smith, Fifi d'Orsay, Yvonne de Carlo, Ethel Shutta and Ethel Barrymore Colt. "I'm using my soprano voice a lot for she says. "I may get tired and I won't ge't bored." Recently she's been taking tap-dancing lessens, with a bit of-Collins contrariness. "I can do all the harder things, but it's the simple steps I can't get." YOUR PHILIPS' DEALER WITH SERVICE IKfUlf RADIO and TV JAIIV 3 30Z 13lh St. N. Former Supreines singer sues DETROIT (AP) Florence Ballard, one of the three origi- nal members of the Supremes singing group, filed an mil- lion damage suit against Mo- town Record Corp., singer Di- ana Ross and several other per- sons connected with the group. Miss Ballard charges that Mo- town President Berry Gordy, former lead singer Diana Boss, and others conspired to push her out of the Supremes singing j group in 1968 and cheat her out of some million in royalties. Miss Ballard. a Detroit vocal- ist who left the group Feb. 22, 1968, and was replaced by Cindy Birdsong, also asked in her suit that the present Supremes be barred from using the group's name. PARTIAL BLACKOUT Part of the Times Square area in midtown Manhattan blacked out after a disruption at a local generating station caused a power failure in scattered areas of Manhattan. In this view looking north up Broadway from the corner of 44th Street, power is out on the east sids of the street, right, while the west side of the street continues to receive power. New system to help RC theologians VATICAN CITY CAP) The Vatican announced a new sys- tem today for combating "doc- trinal errors" by Roman Catho- lic theologians and teachers and for disciplining those found re- sponsible for such errors. Msgr. Giuseppe Joseph Tomko of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith told a news conference the term her- esy would no longer be applied to such errors. He also indicated that his con- gregation, which presides over doctrinal inquiries, would not excommunicate any scholar who insisted on retaining a posi- tion that the congregation ruled erroneous. the heaviest penalty for stub- born theologians will be expul- sion from their teaching posts and a public declaration by the Vatican that their writings and teachings are wrong, the Czech- oslovak prelate explained. Msgr. Tomko defined doc- trinal errors, as teachings in contrast with the Scriptures and with the the Today's Showtimes' PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Z" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Love Story" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Soldier Blue" Last Complete Show SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "WUSA" In Technicolor. Starring Paul Newman. Jo- Anne Woodward and Anthony Perkins. Tuesday, Febru- ary 9, Show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Emoress Theatre "THE ONLY GAME IN TOWN" In color. Starring Elizabeth Taylor and Warren Eeatly. Tuesday and Wed- nesday, February 9 and 10. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "CATCH 22" In Technicolor. Starring Alan Arkin, Boh Newhart, Paula Prentiss and Orson Welles. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, February 10 and 11. Tues- day show at p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "ALICE'S RESTAURANT" In color. Starring Arlo Guthrie. Tuesday and Wednesday, February 9 and 10. Tuesday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. Gci more out of life Take the family to a movie CORRECTION ON LIONS BINGO NUMBERS CALLED SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6th The first 15 numbers published in the Lions Cash Bingo showed a B-19...... This Should Have Been 1-19 Also, N-35 appeared twice. The second N-35 Should Have Been N-31 THE CORRECT 15 NUMBERS ARE AS FOLLOWS: N-35, B-4, 0-61, 1-23, 0-67, G-60, 1-19, 0-73, G-49, 1-25, N-31, 0-68, 1-29, N-45, G-51. PLEASE CHECK YOUR CARD CAREFULLY teaching authority of the church. tioned the virginity of the Virgin The Vatican ordered cer- The most recent known case tain sections of the catechism revised, and in response the au- was that of Rev. Edward Schil- lebeeckx, a leading liberal who is the personal theologian of Bernard Cardinal Alfrink, the prime of Holland. About 18 months ago the Vati- can held an inquiry into his writings, including the new Dutch catechism which he helped to produce. Among other things, the catechism ques- thors put out a small appendix to the volume. FOR DAILY INSPIRATION Dial-A-Thought 327-458! CHEC RADIO and EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL Present For the Lccol Heart Fund Campaign a VALENTINE DANCE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11th Entire profits go to the local Heart Fund Canvas. Entertainment by THE VARIETY SHOW BAND Who will also perform in the Tavern 8 to 12 p.m. daily and also in the Cabaret Friday and Saturday) I TONIGHT thru Thurs. at and p.m. HURRY FINAL 3 All MacBraw Ryan O'Neal The Year's "A GIRL IN MY SOUP" Next color Goldie Hawn _ Peter Seller] PARAMOUNT 4th AVE 8ih ST 3275100 TONIGHT and Wed. at p.m. ACADEMY AWARD WINNER "BEST FOREIGN FILM "Z" Today, all the suspense and excitement is in English. with YVES MONTAND IRENE PAPAS Coming "Lovers And Other Strangers" Next In Color with GIG YOUNG COLLEGE SHOWING TONIGHT and WED. ONLY 2 SHOWS AND P.M. SOLDIER BLUE ItCHNiCulOR'PAKION" RESTRICTED ADULT 1 NEXT ATTRACTION "A COCKEYED Morgtnsttrn, Newswtek fa nc'-t ;