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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1971 Ballerina is profiled Veronica Tennant was the star the National Ballet's production of Romeo and Juliet at the almost unbelievable age of 18, and now 25, is the com- pany's prima ballerina and considered one of the finest dancers in the world. Almost a legend with the Na- tional Ballet for her stamina, determination and artistic in- terpretation, the five-foot three- inch brunette is the subject of a half-hour Telescope 71 pro- gram on CBC-TV Tuesday, Feb. 23 at p.m. in color. Filmed o v e r a three month period by director Rene Bon- niere, the Telescope cameras follow Veronica through her long hours of reheatSal, at home relaxing with her hus- Sets record Frank Sinatra's recording, My Way, has become the first record in Great Britain to reach a sales mark of a million copies in 1970. band (Dr. John Wright of To- and on the stage for performances such as in Ro- meo and Juliet at Expo 70 in Osaka, Japan where she re- ceived rave reviews from the international press. The Canadian dancer's tal- ents have been featured in pro- ductions such as the CBC-TV Emmy-award winning Cinder- ella, Peter Wright's Giselle and currently in the National Bal- let's touring production of Ro- land Petit's Kraanerg. Tuesday, February 23 O Sesame Street 0 Another World ID All My Children (B Peyton Place O Beat the Clock Q As the World Turns Q) Lets Make a Deal O Children's Hour Days of Our Lives {Q Ncwlywcd Game IB Lucy Show IB Buckshot Q Doctors Q) News 0 Movie: Vultures Fly IB Movie: Aaron Slick from Pumpkin Crick Q Another World: Bay City ID Secret Storm Q Edge of Night One Life Q Corner Pyle Memory Game Q Merv Griffin IB Jury Trials Q Our Town QJ Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 0) Dark Shadows IB Another World O Take 30 O Edge of Night ID General Hospital IB Trouble with Tracy O Galloping Gourmet Q Hillbillies QJ) That Girl (B 1 Dream of Jeannie IB Wynne's Pad O Banana Splits Cronkile News Bewitched Q News I Spiderman I Dating Game __I Flintstones CB Teleprotw 7 I Hillbillies I News _) Dick Van Dyke ft Movie: How To Stuff A Wild Bikini B News ID To Rome With Love IB Mary Tyler Moore C0 News ID Mod Squad Q Gunsmoke (B Eddie's Father IB Mod Squad gAdam 12 He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown Movie: Eye of the Cat g Carol Burnett Red Skelton IB Nashville North Telescope Mannix Jacques Cousteau Sp. at Law News Tuesday Night News IB Barbara McNair CD The Interns Q Tonight Show CB News 0 News [7] Teleprobe 7 O) Dick Cavelt (S3) News O Movie: Finger Exercise IB Randall and Hopkirk In Conversation VERONICA TENNANT Wednesday, February 24 Q Another World S Sesame Street All My Children IB Peyton Place IB Beat the Clock gAs the World Turns Lets Make a Deal O Children's Hour ft Days of Our Lives CD Newlywed Game IB Lucy Show IB Buckshot Q Doctors Q) News Movie: Trap for Seven Spies B Anotlier World CD Secret Storm Movie: Outlaws is Coming B Edge of Night CD One Life B Gomer Pyle CD Memory Game B Merv Griffin O Our Town CD Love Is a Many OUR FIRST OF THE SEASON! SALE NEW HOHDA SL 100 MOTOCROSS lOOcc, 5 speed trans- "v mission, II'A h.p. Regular FEBRUARY SPECIAL 499 LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE 1307 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-8889 OPEN FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. Film documentary on men in prison Sotendorcd Thing IB Famous Jury Trials Dark Shadows IB Another World O Take 30 O Edge of Night CD General Hospital CB Trouble With Tracy O Galloping Gourmet B Hillbillies QI That Girl IB I Dream of Jeannie CT) Drop In B Cronkite News CD Bewitched IB Wynne's Pad Q Huckleberry Hound B News CO Dating Game IB Flintstones S3) News B Maybcrry R.F.D. CD NCWE g) Teleprobe 7 IB Movie: Donovan's Reef Q Movie: Queen's Guards B News CD Mary Tyler Moore B Mcn from Shiloh CD Jacques Cousteau CD Smith Family 8-00 O Somerset Maughan IB World Around Us B Hawaii Five-O CD Johnny Cash IB Name of the Game B First Nine are the Hardest CD Hec Haw Joyceville, a CBC-TV Tues- day Night film documen- tary for telecast on February 23, at 10 p.m., takes its title from the name of a medium- security federal penitentiary in the Ottawa area, but the focus is on the men in the prison rather than on the institution. Narrator is Patrick Watson. Says George Robertson, writ- -tlirector of the film. 'Joyceville' is the first film hot inside a Canadian penitcn- iary in which inmates were ree lo talk to the cameras vithout guards or staff in at- endance talk openly about jrison life, about crime, about heir chances on the outside, all his without resorting to dis- juises In only one case, a oung man serving a life sen- ence for murder, did we photo- jraph an inmate in silhouette." The film is the result of an arrangement made by its pro- ducer. Robert Clark, who ap- proached the authorities for jermission to film inside a fcd- rai prison with as few restric- ipns as possible. Clark was given the green light but War- den A. M. Trono insisted that lo inmate be photographed or ntcrviewcd without having 'irst given written consent. of the prison pop-ula- .ion of -ISO signed agreement.? Cofor commentator Don Drysdale will be color commentator again this sum- mer the CBC's Montreal Expos telecast. permitting the CBC lo put them in the film. is classified as a medium security prison, and men considered violent or dan- gerous are not eorrfined there. Nonetheless, its inmates do represent a cross-section of all the crimes which are commit- ted in Canada today, every- thing from theft over to murder, from possession of narcotics to armed robbery, from fraud to rope. Japanese dancers make debut Barbara McNair offers a welcome hand to one of the great blues-soul singers when Lou Rawls guest stars on The Barbara McNair Show, Tues- day, February 23, p.m. Also joining Barbara for this fast moving 60 minutes of variety entertainment are Car- olyne "Daye and Rich Little. A special guest appearance is made by a group of unique per- formers from Japan, The D.iUiagura. The Daikagura make their first North American television appearance on the Barbara McNair Show. Trained by their masters in the tradition of the past, The Daikagura dance troupe are entertainers who take part in ancient Japanese religious ceremonies. gThe Family This Land File: Seventy-One News TV5 News Young Lawyers O Tonight .Show (Q Sports Boat. '71 C7) News News TcleprdM! 7 News Olck Cavett Movie: Pressure Point The Baron (13) In Conversation SEE THE RELIABLE MEN Plettell Conrad Plettell FOR YOUR ONE-OF-A-KIND SPECIAL I ONLY I1C41 14 CU. FT. FPOST FREE REFRIGERATOR 1 ONLY 30" ELECTRIC RANGE. Plug off elements and lift off door 1 ONLY 12 CU. FT. FREEZER. Holds up to 424 pounds T ONLY AUTOMATIC WASHER. 2-speed 3 cycle I ONJ.Y ELECTRIC DRYER. 5 heat selector................. I ONLY I1CS1 15" COLOR TV 1 ONLY RCA STEREO. Mediterranean cabinet.......... 227.50 SMITH'S 236 13th St. I Phone 328-2235, f 328-6964 ;