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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta JTV HIGHLIGHTS! MONDAY DEBATE: Gwynfor Ch. 7: Under At- tack features the Welsh separatist wto claims his country Quebec should be free and independent. DRAMA: Medical Ceattr, 7 Ch. 13: Guest DIM Merrill portrays a recently witewed woman beset by a heart condition and a disapproving dwtfiter. NATURE: How Old it OWt. Ch. 7: The World We Live In discusstt bow archaeologists measure the age of past civilizations. SPECIAL: Bob Hope, I p.m., Ch. The comedian is joined tonight by his archrival, Bing Crosby, plus Petula Clark, Jo Anne Worley and Teresa Graves. MOVIE: The St. Valentiue'i Day Massacre, 8 p.m., Ch. 11: Jason Robards and George Segal star in a semi-docu- mentary recounting of the notorious W8 gangland murders. SPECIAL: Pure CoMie, p.m., Ch. I: Johnny Carson, Ruth Buzzi and the Muppets join Academy-Award winner Goldie Hawn in her first TV special. NATURE: Overpopulation, p-m., Ch. 7: The Nature of Things investigates population control and the projected consequences of overpopulation. DRAMA: Ironside1, 10 p.m., Ch. 13: Members of an avant-garde theatre troupe are suspected of murder after an actress dies of an overdose o! heroin. With Robert Lipton. NATURE: Man at the Centre, p.m., Ch. 7: A study of man's dependency on vision and hearing. SPECIAL: Canada Winter Games, p.m., Ch. 7: highlights of today's events, from Mont Ste. Anne, Que. TUESDAY MOVIE: Train of Events, 1 p.m., Ch. A 1951 English film about people trapped in a train wreck. Stars Jack Warner and Valerie Hobson. Movie Column Trimbles Listings Programs lilted by tht radio qnd television nations. Any variation in program thedules is due to last-mmut. changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of the Herald or Trimbles Tire Supply. MONDAY NIGHT Probe World at six Request Action Line Farm Report Ingram Shi TUESDAY if CJOC Jim Elliott News and Grain News, Wthr, Sport Prices Wthr, Sport -L-jne Phone Bill Show CHEC Tk i rt slx Sport World Six MONDAY NIBHT Farm Show Dinner Showcase News, Wthr, Sport Bill Brown Malor News BacK to the Bible George Fersuson 7-30 The Voice of China Music with Musical Interlude Total Information World Tomorrow Hour a.m. simulcast Music with Ctrry CHEC-FM Glvens TUESDAY Stock Market Breakfast with Sports, News, Ron Rosyold Weather CBR Radio 1010 Calga MONDAY NIGHT Artists 5-35 Tempo Songs from Tht World at Six Classics Supplement Music Past Jazz for the Record Midnight As It Happens TUESDAY National News lUtiUAT From the Canttals Eye Opener Five Night A World at Eight Week Commentary Theatre News and weather Distinguished GerrusIL Monday thru Thursday CHEC-FM News fifteen minutes to the hour. John Henry Oliver Bill Brown Other Side with Jack Davies Bill Brown Chuck Tanner Ron Legge iry Morning Concert Consumers Matlnea Radio Noon Afternoon 2-03 School Broadcast Matinee Afternoon Concert BBC News Tempo Max Ferguson Television and Radio Listing brought to you courtesy of TRIMBLES FOR TIRES CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT Teleprobe 7 Farm Show Under Attack The World we Live In Partridge Family Front Page Challenge The Bold Ones Nature of Things News tc) Teleprobe 7 Canda Winter Games Movie': Charlie Chain in Dead Men Tell Only one Andrews Sisters left Monday, F.bruory 15, t971 THf UEIHHIOOS HERAID 7 Don Messer signs contract By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) The singer in the middle looks not much different from tire Second iVorld War years when she was urging soldiers to Roll Out the Barrel and promising to be with ihera in Apple Blcssom Time. The trio sings in the same full-voiced, rollicking style, but there is only one authentic An- drews Sister among then. That's Patti, and she is helping re-create those innocent years of the 1940s in a new musical playing off-Hollywood Boule- vard. It's called Victory Canteen, and it takes pla-s in Willkie- ville, Ind., "at Main Street and Roosevelt Avenue." The book is by TV writers Milt Larsen and Bob Lauher and the music by Richard and Robert Sherman, who provided songs for Mary Poppins and other Disney films. "The show is a lo'. of fun especially for those of us who ived through the war." says Patti. "But what surprised me was that even the kids like it. i They get a kick out of such lines as Til wait for the] duration.' Nostalgia unlimited. The ap- pearance of Patti plays Mom in the Inmcfront brings back a flood of memories for the mid- dle-agers. Everyone who was near a radio during the 1940s wili remember Patti, Maxene and Leverne belting out such songs as Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree, The Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy, and Pistol packin' Mama. Patti looks a decade younger than her years. "I've never kept my age a se- she say. "People think because we made records with Bing Crosby and Al Jolson that we belong to the older genera- tion of entertainers. I was 16 in 1938 when we had our first hit record, Bei Mir Bist du Sbocen. "That copies. It, doesn't sound like much by to-; day's standards, but that was before juke boxes. There were only two disc jockeys in Martin B'.ock in New York and Al Jarvis in Los Angeles." The Mtoneapolis-born trio turned out hit after 9CO records sold 75 million. Big- gest of all was Rum and Coca Cola. FOUNT) A CHANGE The Andrews Sisters were also busy in movies and ihey had thsir Club 15 on the air ior'five years. Then in 1951 they returned from a London engage- ment to find the music scene changing. Johnny Ray was the big craze, and new sounds were teing tried. The girls continued to play Las Vegas and other nightclub dates. Then in 1954 they split. "We had been together nearly all our Patti recalled. "Then in one year cur dream world ended. Our mother died and then our father. All three of us were upset, and we were at each other's throats most of the tee." Entertainment shorts SEEKS DIVORCE SANTA MONICA, Calif. (Reu- ter) Actress Rachel Roberts, 43, fourth wife of film strar Rex Harrison, has sued for divorce, Superior Court officials said here Friday. The suit alleges "irreconci- lable differences" between the two. Miss Roberts told reporters after filing the suit that an agreement on division of prop- erty had been reached with Harrison, now in Italy. 'I'm satisfied with the settle- she said. "The only hing I'm upset about is that I lon't get custody of our basset mund, Homer." The couple were married in taly in March, 1967, and sepa- rated in January; Hollywood gossip columnists say Harrison will marry Eliza- beth Hsrris, 34, former wife of Irish actor Richard Harris, when the divorce becomes final n six months. 2 SHARE PRIZE NEW YORK (AP) The Walter W. Naumburg Founda- tion piano prize has been div- ided between Kun-Woo Paik of Jorea and Zola Shaulis of the United States. Miss Shaulis, 28, performed with the Philadelphia Orchestra when she was seven. She studied at the Peabody Conserv- atory and the University of To- ronto. The Naumberg Founda- tion will present her in her New York debut in Alice Trully Hall March 7, and has given her and a recording subsidy. Paik has been given and a recording subsidy and his debut recital in Trully Hall will be April 8. ADDS ROCK COURSE NEW YORK (AP) The New School for Social Research .is beginning a course in the rock 'n' roll phenomenon. Guest speakers will be disc jockeys, performers, pop critics and festival organizers. Discussions will be held on Patti sang as a single ior a couple of years, then the sisters for the first lime working was really a plea- sure to all of us; we had never really enjoyed it before." The Andrews Sisters contin- ued in nightclubs ana television until 1967, when Laverne died The two surviving sisters car- ried on with a substitute, Joyce deYoung. Then in 1968 Maxene retired. Patti again became a single and" now she's looking forward to a lengthy run, perhaps on 01 off Broadway, with Victory Can teen. HALIFAX (CP) Don Mes- ser, one of Canada's foremost country music personalities, id here he has signed, a con- art with CHCH-TV in Hamil- n for 24 shows to be syndi- ated across Canada in the fall. It will be the third year that showj Don Messer's Jubi- will be syndicated from amilton. Previously, the show as on the CBC for 10 years, lefore being dropped. Mr. Messer, who lives in sub- j-ban Rockingham, said the 24 hows will be seen on about 25 tations in major Canadian cit- es. All the programs will be aped in a five-week period be- [inning June 22. the controversy over the profits of music festivals, the relation- ship of rock to drugs, protest, the theatre and the record in- dustry. Also to be explored is the aes- thetics of rock, regulation of radio stations, the life of stars, the difficulty of new groups breaking in, technical aspects and rock journalism. BATTLE POLICE BARCELONA, Spam (AP) Barcelona University students battled police with stones Satur- day after a concert by Ameri- can folk singer Pete Seeger was unexpectedly banned. As many as students as- sembled at the School of Engi- neering to hear Seeger and left the building chanting: "We want Seeger" and "No more re- pression." Student groups began block- ing traffic and stoned helmeted riot police as they charged in to break up the demonstrations. Reporters said a girl student was seen being carried away after being clubbed down by po- lice. Several students were re- ported arrested. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "COLOSSUS, THE FORBIN PROJECT" In Technicolor. Starring Eric Braeden, Susan Clark and Gordon Pinsent. Monday and Tuesday, February 15 and 16. Monday show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "A WALK IN THE SPRING RAIN" In Color. Starring Anthony Quinn and Ingrid Bergman. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, February 15, 16 and 17. Monday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "RIVER RUN" In Color. Starring Louise Ober and John McLean. Monday and Tuesday, February 15 and 16. Mon- day show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable for Children. TABER Tower Theatre "THE BALLAD OF CABLE HOGUE" In Technicolor. Starring Jason Robafds, Stella Stevens and David Warn- er Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Febru- ary and 18. Monday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. Gel mere cut of life Talcn family to a movU On May 14, the show will begin a tour of Western Canada. Binding up ta British Columbia for the centennial celebration there KING PLANS VISIT RABAT Morrocco (Reuter) King Hassan wi'J make a state visit to the United States April 22 and 23, the royal palace announced here. TUESDAY Mr. Dressup Canadian School! Man at Ihe Centre 10-30 Friendly Giant Chez Helene Sesame street Lee Drew Child- ren's Hour Movie: Train of Events Our Town Take 30 Edge of Night Galloping Gourmet Banana Splits (c) Spiderman CFCN Lethbridge Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. A) MONDAY NIGHT THIS Week Peyton Place TUESDAY Thought for Day 7-15 News University of Air Miss Helen DICK Van Dvke Come Together News (cl Medical Centre Room (c) Carol Burnett {c) Ed Allen Pig and Whistle Parlors Francafs ironside Man Trap 11-20 News (c) 'n Dangerman Pierre Berton (c) Beat the Clock (cl Lucy Show 'c) Buckshot (c) Movie: The Lively Set Famous Jury Trials Another World Trouble with Tracy I Dream of Jeannie (c) Wynne's Pad Ic) Flintstones (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) MONDAY NIGHT Today Show (c) As the World Turns RPH fri Today In Montana Days of Our Lives 6.30 Red Skelton Id 8.30 (c) 12.3fJ The (c, Laugh-In (c) 9.00 Family Affair (c) Another World {c) Bob Hope Special Squares (cl Edge of Night (c) Goldie Hawn Sp. 10-00 Jeopardy 'cl Gomer Pyle (c) News Who, What wnert Merv Griffin Show Tonight Show Game Hillbillies Ic) TUESDAY News Cronkite News (cl Our World Another World Nightly News (c) Salute Agriculture Somerset Hillbillies icl KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. It) MONDAY NIGHT TUESDAY News The Croat f.arm News Secret Storm (c) Desefilc) M One Life to Live Ncwlywcd Game Dinatl's place (c) Memory Game The Reel Game Jack LaLanne Love Is a Many H-M Mnvlp- st Valpn. Sale of the Century Splendored Thing 8.00 Movie. St. Valen- Gourmet Dark Shadows ml? massacre ]0.M 1 Gmaa News 10.30 A (c) That Girl Odd Couple (c) All My Children Bewitched Halachi Symphony Make a Deal (c) Dating Garni 11-30 Dick Cavctl Newlywed Gamk News Apple growers win grant OTTAWA (CP) A payment to British Columbia apple growers was announced here by the federal .agricul- ture department. The grant, to the B.C. agricul- tural products board, will be used to subsidize the marketing of apple concentrate produced by growers from the 1969 crop. 1 The payment will enable the growers to sell apples at com- petitive prices, a spokes man said. The 1969 apple crop was only partially sold and producers were faced with a a number of storage losses. PLANS TV CAMPAIGN NEW YORK (AP) The U.S Army is making heavy and un- precedented purchases of net- work commercial time for a re- cruiting campaign aimed at this spring's college graduates. The purchases at ABC, CBS and NBC estimated to exceed mil- lion, it was learned here. EXCUISIVE only color film in the .vorld oduolly showing thil IJagendory YOU MUST SEE ft TO BELIEVE IT ADMISSION ADULTS CHUDRiN UNDER 12 Tickets available at the door at all theatres LETHBRIDGE Yates Memorial Centra Sat., Feb. 20th 2 and 8 p.m. Sun., Feb. 21st 1 p.m. flayingat Ihe following Southern Alberta locations Feb. Uth BROOKS, legion Hall 7 and p.m. Feb. 17lh BELLEVUE, Rex Theatre 7 and p.m. Feb. 18th MAGRATH, Park Theatre 7 and p.m. Feb 18th VULCAN, Opera Theatre 7 and p.m. Feb. 18lh CARDSTON, May- fair Theatre _ 7 and RAYMOND, Cap- itol Theatre _ 7 and 19th ClARESHOLM, Rex Theatre 7 and p.m. Feb. 20th TABER, Commun- ity Centre 7 and FORT MACLEOD, Empress Theatre 2 one Feb. 5'ist PINCHER CREEK, Fox Theatre 2 and 7 p.m Feb. 22nd VAUXHALL, Arch Theatre 7 and p.m Feb. 22nd PICTURE BUTTE Town Theatre 7 anc p.m. Today's Showtime PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Lovers Other Strangers" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Love Story" Last Complete Show "OLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Mash" Last Complete Show PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING AND SKATING SCHEDULE ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Tuesday, February 16th Free Public Skating.............. Wednesday, February 17th Beginners Skating Friday, February 19th Mothers and Preschoolers Free Skating Public Skating Saturday, February 20th Public Skating Public Skating Sunday, February 21st Beginners Skating.............. Public Skating Family Skating.................. LETHBRIDGE ARENA Saturday. February 20th Public Skating P-m- Monday, February 22nd Free Public Skating p.m. p.m. p.m. noon p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE Wednesday, February 17th Beginners Skating.............. p.m. Friday, February 19th Free Public Skating p.m. Saturday, February 20th Public Skating p.m. Sunday, February 21st Beginners Skating p.m. Public Skating p.m. NOTE: There will be no Public Skating at the lethbridga Arena on Friday night, February 19th from p.m. due to a previoui booking commitment. PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE FRITZ SICK POOL Wednesday, February 17th NOON HOUR SWIM.............. p.m. Public Swim P-m- Friday, February 19th NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swim Saturday, February 20th Public Swim............ Sunday, February 21st Public Swim Family Swim Monday, February 22nd NOON HOUR SWIM.............. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m, p.m. DIETRICH DENTURE CUNIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic National Store Blda. Ph. 327-7244 Ulhbrifg. PARAMOUNT TONITE and TUES. at and p.m. tethbridge Loves "love Story" and people are seeing it 2 and 3 times Don't you miss it! COMING IN MY SOUP" NEXT wiln GOLDIE HAWN PARAMOUNT NOW SHOWING "This is the kind of movie a reviewer RESTRICTED should pay to ADULT York Post CTRflDGSU COLOR STARRING GIG YOUNG-HARRY GUARDING ANNE JACKSON MARIAN HAREY COLLEGE NOW SHOWING the new freedom of the screen is all about." RESTRICTED ADULT Color brDE fANAVBIOH" 2 SHOWS ot and p.m. Meollimo ii fun in our relaxed homey atmosphere and we have o varied menu that is certain lo please everyonel ENJOY OUR LUNCHEON BUFFET SMORGASBORD Served every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 0.00 SERVED 12 TO 2 P.M. MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE PHONE 327-5701 NO RESERVATIONS REQUIRED! IMPROVE YOUR MEMORY Remember the names of your customers and the People you meet Socially THE LETHBRIDGE JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Has proof that William A. Clen- nan con improve your memory for names, faces end facts ana It only takes two evenings of two hours each. Already many Lethbridge com- panies have enrolled their execu- tives, salesman and key personnel for the two evening programs to be held. Tuesday and Wednesday March 2nd and 3rd Lethbridge Collegiate Institute William A. Clennem ifllh St. and 5th Ave. S. "The man who won't p.m. to p.m. let you forget" WILLIAM A. CLENNAN Enroll Now Still a few seats available. This course will not be available in Lethbridge again. Remember Ihe people in Lethbridge who take the course will re- member your name. Will you remember theirs? md This Courso Guarantees to Teach You the Keys people's names Faces Daily Details Sales Points -Remember What You Read or Study -Make a Speech Without Notes More and Increase Profits Cost of This Course Only Sponsored and Guaranteed by The Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce Don't miss this opportunity to take the Robert H. Null Memory Course. For inquiries or tickets phone 327-4576 available '.o nnd A free talk and demonstration businesses. ;