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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIOGE HERALD - FRIDAY, JANUARY 29. 1971 A look at music from Bach to rock on school scries Music - From Bach to Rock, a unique and unusual five-part look at the entire spectrum of musical elements, will be broadcast each Thursday at 10:00 a.m., beginning February 4, on CBC-TV's Canadian School Telecasts series. Produced in color by Rena Elmer of CBC's schools and youth department, the programs are aimed primarily at young viewers in the 10-to-14 year age bracket First presented in February, 1969, they are aimed to stimulate students' interest in and appreciation of music, and will appeal to adult viewers as welL TV school series looks at universe What is the universe? From the surface of the sun, to pulsars, to quasars, to distant galaxies and back in time to the "big bang" that may have created our universe, this awesome and violent phenomena continues to fascinate us. Beginning Tuesday, Feb. 2 at 10:00 a.m., CBC-TV's Canadian School Telecasts will present The Violent Universe, a new four-part series on modern astronomy and contemporary astronomers who have influenced this science in recent years. During the series noted astronomers will discuss their theories on the universe. Guest on Carol Burnett Show Sexy Rita can be funny too By JOAN CROSBY Tuesday, February 2 11:00 O Sesame Street 0 Another World m All My Children (E) Peyton Place 11:30 IB Beat the Clock As the World Turns Lets Make a Deal 12.00 6 Children's Hour Days of Oct Lives Newly wed Game Lacy Show 12:30 fEl Buckshot i Doctors (D News 1:00 ID Movie: Curse of the Voodoo Q Movie: Bengal Brigade O Another World: Bay City fD Secret Storm 1:30 0 Edge of Night 0 One Life 2:00 0 Gomer Pyle 0 Words and Music 2:30 0 Mike Douglas (7) Our Town Famous Jury Trials i Love Is A Many Splendored Thing Take 30 Dark Shadows _ Another World 9:30 Q Edge of Night General Hospital Trouble With Tracy 4:00 O Galloping Gourmet 0 Hillbillies (H) That Girl 0 I Dream of Jeannie 4:30 0 Banana Splits 0 Cronkite News 0 Bewitched 0 Wynne's Pad 5:00 O Spiderman 0 News 0 Dating Game 0 Flintstones 5:30 r Teleprobe 7 Hillbillies News Dick Van Dyke 6:00 O Movie: The Spoilers 0 News 0 Movie: To Rome with Love 0 Mary Tyler Moore News Movie: The Point Gunsmoke Eddie's Father Mod Squad Julia First Tuesday Carol Burnett Charlie Brown Sp. 8:30 0 Nashville North 8:00 9:00 g Telescope Mannix Men at Law _ Wfld Fire 10:00 0 News O Tuesday Night (SD News 0 Barbara McNair 10:30 0 TBA gTonight Show News 0 News 11:20 r Teleprobe 7 0 News 11:30 0 Dick Cavelt 11:40 0 Randall and Hopkiik 11:45 0 Movie: War Hunt 12:40 (@) In Conversation OUR END OF THE SEASON Clearance OF ALL Snowmobiles IS ON NOW! �jf low cost Avco Financing fc No Down Payment if Trades welcome if Wheat and Barley Taken on Trade if Used Machines Carry a 50/ 50 30-day warranty on Parts and labor DEAN McFADDEN MANAGER EXAMPLE OF SAVINGS 1970 ARCTIC CAT 440 Excellent condition End of the &QCA Season Clearance y03tf 1971 SKIROULE 400 New Price $1035 $875 End of the Season Clearance LETHBRI0GE HONDA CENTRE 1307 3rd Ave. S. PHONE 327-8889 OPEN FRIDAY Till 9 P.M. BEVERLY HELLS (NEA) - You don't expect a Living Legend - Sex Goddess to be funny, but Rita Hay worth is funny and that's why you figure she'll be great on the Carol Burnett Show. It's well known by now that Carol recently spoofed Rita's famous "Gilda" and that Rita, who says she didn't know Carol was doing the spoof, just happened to watch. She sent a congratulatory telegram. That led to Rita agreeing to make her first television appearance on the Feb. 1 CBS-TV Carol Bur nett Show. Her only other appearance on the tube, not counting scads of old films, was an interview she did for the first First Tuesday. She wasn't happy with the result. "That guy made me look as if I live alone with only my dogs for company, that I play golf alone, that I do everything alone," she says. "That's bad publicity. I don't live alone, love people. I'm always going out I love being around people. A celebrity like I am, sort of, if she's not out every night, people say she's a recluse." Rita in sitting in the den of her Beverly Hills home. She's wearing a long brown crepe button - down - the - front (but not all the way) dress, with beige borders and swinging, open panels from the knees down. "It's fun," she says, twirling around and kicking up her booted legs. "I love to do that." Her appearance with Carol hadn't been taped yet, so she couldn't say whether or not the experience will lead her into more television. "Let me break the Ice first," she says. "I'm getting a little scared. Probably I'll just stand there and laugh and look at the camera and say, 'I forgot my line.' Carol and I are doing a charwoman skit. I'm trying to imitate Carol. I've got a lot of nerve. She's a lovely lady to work with and she's so talented. I wouldn't be doing this if it weren't for Carol. She's fun to talk to. I like her, in a word. She's the only idol I have, I think." Rita has a film presently in release in Europe, "Road to Sa-lina." In a review in Paris' Le Figaro, a tough critic said: '"A greater actress in her second career than she ever was in her first." She'd like to do more films "Sure, I would, but it's tough to get a job. There are hardly any films for a woman my age. Someone always gets all the parts I want. That reminds me, I still haven't gotten the money from Joe Levine that I was supposed to get when the film went into release. He owes me $20,-000, which I could easily use. Levine saw the film and bought it for the United States. Actually, I think it's $15,000 he owes me. "I was asked to do 'Applause' on Broadway but I haven't seen it yet and I don't want to accept something I haven't seen. After I do Carol's show, I'll be able to pay my way back to see I it" With that, the Living Legend-I Sex Goddess tossed back her beautiful head and laughed and you looked twice to he sure that really was Rita Hayworth. The laugh was Phyllis Diller's. Rita is a funny lady too. (Newspaper Enterprise Asn.) hr_ SALE Thursday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Iff *! -Distinctive Contemporary styled cabinet irt genuine oiMinished Walnut veneers and select hardwood solids, exclusive of decorative front. 32-watt peak music power solid-state amplifier and FM/AM/Stereo FM radio. Stereo Precision record changer with exclusive Micro-Touch* 26 tone arm. Six speakers including two exponential treble horns for glorious sound reproduction. Not Exactly As Illustrated FREE With the purchase of a 1971 Zenith Stereo You will receive a Stereo Cassette or 8 Track Tape Player The IMPROMPTU* Model A589-Handscms three-piece Circle of Sound unit with matching cylindrically-shaped speaker units features 32-watt peak music power amplifier and FM/AM/Stereo FM radio. Stereo Precision Record Changer with Micro-Touch* 2G Tone Arm. Auxiliary input/oufput jacks for tspe recorder/ players; separate headphone jack. Crained Walnut color. SMITH'S ANOTHER ROLE Jack Carter will do another I dramatic rote on television's  Medical Centre. ;