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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE 6 90-minute special on vital topic Dick Cavett hosts special on VD One of the major health problems of our time is venereal disease, which has now reached epidemic proportions in North America. Young people, especially, are its chief victims in Western society, with millions being added to their ranks each year. To help combat the spread of this scourge of the young, CBC-TV is presenting in prime tima, to reach as wide an audience as possible, the widely-acclaimed special program VD Blues, hosted by Dick Cavett. It was shown on public television in the U.S. last October. It will be telecast on the CBC-TV network Wednesday, February 23 at 8:00 p.m. as a 90-minute special - the first hour featuring Dick Cavett and such performers as: Severn Dar-den, James Coco, and Arlo Guthrie; followed by a 30-minute panel discussion among young peop'e and experts, who will include medical practitioners, psychiatrists, and social workers. Says Knowlton Nash, Director of TV Information Programs, "This is one of the most important television programs It suys here, effendis, "Always consult A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL SERVICE first!" Located at 608 - 5th Ave. South Phone 328-1181 or 328-7921 All enquiries welcome. Plenty of free parking at rear of building. produced in years. Recent statistics have shown a phenomenal increase in venereal disease in Canada, and to combat this near-epidemic, new ways must be found to reach young people before they become victims. "VD Blues and the panel discussion to follow are being brought to Canadians at an early evening prime - time-period as a public service because of the importance of the problem and because the program has been hailed by medical experts and social scientists as perhaps the most effective way yet devised to reach today's youngsters." "This is an entertainment show, not a documentary program," says Dick Cavett. "It is a show young folks would want to watch, not a program they'd be told to watch. Bruce Rogers will chair an informal discussion group following the hour-long segment hosted by Dick Cavett. The Canadian group, to be introduced at the beginning of the program, will watch Dick Cavett and his guests explain the facts about venereal disease (through songs, comedy sketches, and playlets), then join in what is essentially a 'rap' session about the problem as It relates to Canada. Civilization brought from Europe The story of New France The Magic Circle, second in CBC-TV's six-part Images of Canada series (one-hour color film specials on the country's past) presents a visual feast of wilderness scenery, historic art treasures, architecture and samples of work by early Canadian craftsmen and printers, as it tells the story of New France, from 1600 to 1867. The Magic Circle, for telecast on CBC television network Wednesday, February 28, at 9:30 p.m., refers in its title to the "circle" of civilization superimposed on the Canadian wilderness by the early French settlers and, later, the British. The story of New France is a drama of Church and State, played out by almost mythical characters in the splendid trappings of the Old World. Into the fabric of the narrative is woven the traditions of Canada's two founding races, but mainly those of the French from the time of Champiain, explorer-adventurer who came to the New World seeking a route to China. Champlain was, according to the commentary, "A Renaissance explorer with a settler's dream ... He wanted to be the propagator of man's empire over the universe, the conqueror and subduer of necessities . . He made friends with the Indians, in the hope that the Huron, 'the aristocrats of Can- $ /CO-OP\ ^ Located in LETHBRIDGE at 1221 - 2nd Ave. South Phone 327-3777 ING PAINT SALE! March 1st thru March 17th Q Interior Super Latex Flat No. 1000 7-88 O, Quart...... �, 9 Velvet Glow Satin Enamel 9.38 Quart . Q Urethane Varnish C1>S3 Gallon...... Quart . & Co-cp Super White Enamel 9.88 Quart . .. 2 2 2�88 ada' would unite with the French, under God." By the mid-18th century there were 65,000 inhabitants, including a thriving merchant class, and two cities on the St. Lawrence, surrounded by productive farms. But the citizens of New France were also surrounded by British, and the British in North America were 1,800,000 strong. The Union Jack was destined to fly over most of North America, including New France; it would come about as a European war was decided on North American soil. The confrontation would come on the Plains of Abraham. The two opposing generals would be Montcalm and Wolfe, and both would die. Thursday, March 1 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 Another World fjQ Family Affair Ed Allen Q) General Hospital Q Secret Storm c Figure Skating Championship Q Let's Make a Deal 0| One Life to Live c Mike Douglas {Q " _r Lives Q Truth or Consequences 6 Nancy Miller Cty Dinah's Place @ Take 30 03 Call of the West Q) Three on a Match fi3 Edge of Night c What's The Good , Word Ql Datirg Game 0 Vin Scully Show Family Court 0 .joker's Wild CD Split Second C0 Anything You Can Do [Tl Drop !n c Star Trek 0 News CD Bewitched Q Hollywood Squares 0,News CD Password 0 News (7) News 89 Paul Lynde (TTI Ne-vs Q Movie: 0 to 6:30 CD 0 c 7:00 CD 0 �0 7:30 CD 8:00 CD o 0 CD 9:00 g) CD O to-.00 (fTj r m 10:30 0 CD CD Q 11:00 CD 3) 11:20 r "B 11:35 0 12:00 CD 12:05 0 High, Wild and Free News Here's Lucy News Trrth or Consequences Doris Day Kreskin Mod Squad Ironside George Little People Super Flick: Longest Day (Part 2) Carol Burnett Dean Martin Kung Fu Movie: Getting Away From it All Streets of San Francisco Flip Wilson News News George Kh'by Tonight Show Movie: Face of Fear Here come the Seventies Maude News News CJOC News News Crossfire Merv Griffin Show Movie: She Waits RON'S 'An Establishment Of Good Taste' RESTAURANT COFFEE SHOP, DINING & BANQUET ROOMS Monday thru Thurs.-7:30 a.m. to 1:00 a.m.; Fri. and Sat.- 7:30 a.m. to 2:00 a.m.; Sun. and Holidays 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Phone 328-5666. 'SERVING THE FINEST CHINESE AND CANADIAN FOOD' Across from the Elks-Private Customer Parking-Ph. 328-5666 THEATRE. OPENING The 1973 season at the Stratford Festival Theatre will open June 4 with Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew. WE AIN'T NEVER HAD A SAIL LIKE DIS BEF0R ARE GRAMMER IS PURTY BAD BUT ARE CARS ARE SURE NISE AN CHEEP TWO. HEARS A LIST OF THE GOOD WUNS 1969 Buike Ski'arc $2,100 1972 Shevy Wagon $3,975 1968 Olsmpbeel Ragtop 51,875 1969 Voggon Vor DeVolks 51,095 1972 Ponteeak Todor 53,995 1967 Gee Em See I/2 Ton 31,300 1969 Shevy Fordor $ 1,875 1969 Fourd Toodor SI, 850 1964 Sheve! Toodor Hdt. 5450 1964 Fourd Fordor S345 1971 GEE-Em-C 3/4 Tun Kustom Kampor FINANSING AVALABULL EZ TERMS LO-DOWN PAYMENTS S0MMERFELDT CAR SALES 321 - 13th ST. H. Phone 328-9444 WW Holland's Drapery Shop VISIT OUR STUDIO Largest display of Drapery Materials in Western Canada ^ Draperies ^ Bedspreads T^r Vertical Drapes 327-4475 The Store With the Stock - 325 - 7th St. S., lethbridge ;