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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU AAARQUIS HOTEL The Letltbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE Burger Baron 328-4717 FOR PICKUP ORDERS FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 12, 1971 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, fEBRUAKY 13 TO FRIDAY, FEBRUARY Special coverage of Winter games The two biggest sports events in Canada this winter will be telecast in color across the country this weekend by the CBC. Nearly ten hours of special coverage has been scheduled on CBC-TV during the month of February to provide Lied reports on the second Canada Winter Games from Saskatoon and Canada's World Cup Ski Races from Mont Ste. Anne near Quebec City. The Saskatchewan city has been preparing for the Games for more than two years and has even created a man-made mountain for skiing (Mount Blackstrap) on the prairie flat- lands. The world's top skiers will gather at Mont Ste. Anne for one of the World Cup's last races this year and the final tally of points for the cham- pionships. CBC-TV win provide cover- age of the Winter Games from beginning to end, starting Sat- urday, Feb. 13 at 2 p.m. and continuing daily until the Games conclude. A special wrap up telecast will be seen Monday, Feb. 22. Live cover- age of the various 16 sports in- cluded in the Games will be coupled with taped highlights of the events (and the opening and closing ceremonies) throughout e week. Former world ski champion Nancy Greene Badne will act as special color commentator on both the Canada Games and World Cup Skiing reports working on the two special World Cup telecasts Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 13 and 14 on CBC-TV at 3 p.m., and moving on to Saskatoon for the skiing events of the Games later that week. Athletes from all ten prov- inces and the territories i 11 gather 2500 strong for the Win- ter Games, participating in the following sports: skiing, speed skating, synchronized swim- ming, basketball, badm i n t o n, boxing, curling, fencing, figure skating, gymnastics, judo, table tennis, volleyball, weJghtliftimg, wrestling and of course hockey. CANADA WINTER GAMES-At mar-made Mount Blackstrap, CBCS Bruno Gerulsl (Groon) and Allen McFee (Captain Canada) will be among the highly skilled (I) team of CBC-TV and radio people shown here covering Ihc Canada Winter Games in Satkoloen Feb 12-22 The TV sports team is Don Wi'tman, Ernie Afoganis and Ted The CBC crews'will have their hands full broadcasting daily reports on both radio and TV with special weekend coverage from tha Games opening to the closing ceremonies. ROLLIN' ON THE RIVER Plenty of zany humor mixed with music can be expected from Rollin' On The River, telecasting over CTV on Saturday, February 13, p.m. Mickey Jones and Mary Arnold of the First Edition join Pat Paulson for a melodramatic presentation of "Along Came Jones." Other performers include Diane Brooks, Al Hirt and his Dixieland Band. Headlines own TV shotv Feb. 15 Goldie Hawn special Ruth Biizzi, Johnny Carson, Bob Dishy aral the Muppets will guest star when Oscar win- ler Goldie HawE headlines her first special on the NBC Tele- vision Network at 9 p.m. Mon- day, Feb. 15, on KRTV channel 9, Great Falls. Ruth and actor comedian Dishy will appear with Goldie in song, dance and comedy rou- tines; Muppets Kermit and Monster will join her in a com- edy sketch, a n d Carson will make a special guest star pearance as, appropriately enough, a talk show host in- terviewing the winsoree blonde pixie. Like Miss I lawn, Ruth Buzz! first attained national television acclaim as a regular on NBC- TV's "R o w a n and Martin'o :n which she por- trays glum Giadys Ormphby and fills a wide variety ot com- edy and musical roles. In addi- tion, she haa guested frequent- ly on many major shows, ap- pearing with such star hosts as Dean Martin, Bob Hope, Andy Williams and Glen Campbell. Ruth Buzri has two good rea- sons for guesting on the show. Reason one. Ruth and Goldie .lawn are "best both personally and professionally, Jimmy Roclgers, Sarah Vaiiglum special guests Evangelist Oral Roberts sa- lutes Valentine's Day with a musical special "Love Is on Channel 33 in color at 0 p.m. Sunday Feb. 14. The theme of the show car- ries a certain timeliness, and greater meaning, than just the romantic, starry-eyed lovers usually associated with St. Valentine's Buy. Today's young generation, caught up in the tide of symbols, has come lo use the term "love" loosely. Its real meaning is the pur- pose ol the Oral Roberts' Spe- cial. Scheduled guests are popu- lar folk singer Jimmie Rodg- ers, the cver-smooUi vocalist Sarah Vaughan, and actress Colcen Gray. from their (lays together on NBC-TV's "Rowan and Mar- tin's Laugh In" series. A two way friendship quick- ly dcvclojxxl. Even today, moro liian a year after GoMks left "Laugh In" and earned an Oscar for Irer first motion pio lure the ami their husbands fre- quently dine together and dou- ble date. The second reason Ruth on- joys being a guest on Goldic's special: Glum Gladys Ormphby sad sack man chaser Ruth portrays with hUario'W regularity on "Laugh In" L> nowhere to be seen. Instead, Ruth is given free rein to display a wide variety of other talents, includ- ing singing iind dancing. "It's just that woarinfi that schlumpy outfit is downr i g h explained RuUi, ro- ferrins to the Ormphby uniform of baggy skirt, ratty sweater, wrap orotind lisle stocking and hair net cocked to UK "When I change back into my own things, I fed like I've bad eight hours of concluded. HOOVER ELECTRIC UPHOLSTERY SHAMPOOER Regular List 29.95 HALF-PRICE! APPLIANCE DEPT. AFTER-INVENTORY CLEAR-OUT SALE STARTS MONDAY! RANGES REFRIGERATORS TV STEREO FLOOR CARE RADIOS WASHERS, DRYERS The Biggest Clearance Sale In Our History With Savings Featured Up To 50% OH! CHECK THESE TYPICAL EXAMPLES THEN COME IN AND SAVE; cONVENItNT TEKMS AVAILABLEI CONCORD REEL TO REEL STEREO TAPE RECORDER MINUS MIKES Regular 269.95 Vz PRICE! RCA TRANSISTOR RADIOS Regular 59.95 PRICE! RCA 19-INCH PORTABLE COLOR TV WITH Mfg. tin CLEARANCE tOQO QC SALE APPLIANCES DOWNTOWN 606-60B 3rd Ave. S. Phon. 327-5767 ;