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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-30,Lethbridge, Alberta • -THI LfTHIMDOE HBRALD - Wednwdey, J«»u«y 30,1tT4 Film defamation suit postponed ROME (AP) - A defamation suit filed by a niece of pope Pius XII began Tueday, promising to turns historians’ debate into a courtroom battle. The first day. however, was devoted to technicalities and the trial was postponed to Feb, 12 to give the defence and prosecution more time for their cases. Countess Elonora Rossignani filed the suit against the principals of K&ssacre in Rome, a film based on the execution by the Nazis of 335 Italians during the Second World War. The suit charges the film constitutes “ignoble denigration” of Pope Pius, who died in 1958. Italian legal experts said it is the first time that a court is being asked to make a judgment on the actions of a Pope Thirty years ago next March 24, German soldiers executed 335 persons in reprisal for the killing of 32 German soldiers anibushed by partisans in downtown Rome the day before. Countess Rossignani alleges that the film “contrary to all truth” depicts her uncle as not having done all he could in trying to avoid the massacre. The suit names as defendants producer Carlo Ponti, director George Pan Cosmatos and American writer Robert Katz, author of Death in Rome, an account of the massacre. “I have not defamed Pius xn,” said Katz in a statement issued on the eve of the trial. “Following the dictates of my conscience and after having examined the documents available to me. 1 have merely, adopting the historical method, recounted a few tragic pages in the history of Rome under Nazi domination *’ Countess Rossignani has asked the court for “immediate intervention to stop the showings of the film." The suit specifies no damages. U.S. faces shortage of chlorine WASHINGTON (Reuter) -The United States faces a serious shortage of chlorine to purify drinking water which may result in a health problem, government officials testified Monday Officials of the commerce department and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) told the Senate commerce committee they want standby authority to allocate the chemical to ensure that drinking water systems get adequate supplies of the chemical Chlorine is used to disinfect drinking water and is also widely used in the manufacture of plastics and pulp and paper. TV highlight» WEUI4ESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: “The New Hnlen”, < p.m.. Ch. 7. A drofHHit from medical school who hu a cruh course in emergency medical care joins a buddy and an ex-Navy nurse to help an aging doctor in a scattered mountain area. MOVIEMaMA: "A Man For All Seaioas", I p.u., Ck. 11 An awanl-winning historical drama of 16th centuiy England. SPORT: 0>nm«awealth Games, • p-m.. Ch. Track and field events and a men’s swimming final wUl be featured in the highlights COMEDY: Bob Hope Special, 8 p.a heads Bob’s guest list which includes >.in., Ch. I. Burt Reynolds Dionne Warwicke and Dyan CaiuuHi. MOVIE SPEHAL; ‘The Savage    Si»p.m.. Ch. 13. Martin Landau and Susan Howard star in this feature. OPERA: Maslcamera, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. "Maid as Mistress” is an English version of an Italian chamber opera about a maid who sets out to trap her employer into marriage. DOCUMENTARY: West, 1« p.m., Ch. 7. A prxifile of life in the North with the focus on the town of Churchill, Man. MOVIE DRAMA: “BiUy Badd", 1Í mldntght. Ch. 7. A tale of an 18th century shipboard conflict between a naive seaman and a sadistic officer. THURSDAY INTERVIEW: Fred Davis Show, 11 a.m.. Ch. 13. Rock Hudson in a rare TV interview in Hollywood. MOVIE WESTERN: “The Texlcaa**, 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A man accused of a crime be didn’t coimnit returns from his. Mexican hideout to avenge his brother’s murder. THEA TRE ATTRACTS CROWDS Andy O'Brien Says Sam Pollock has many critics, bul his policies have made ihe Montreal Canadiens consistent winners. Including a full-color team photo, in Weekend Magazine this Saturday. The Lethbridge Herald Show bis veteran Rick Nelson, who began his career In the tough world of entertainment at the age of seven, is still working hard at 33 to stay ahead. Most of his time is spent with the Stone Canyon Band with which he records and tours and for which he writes most of the material. DO NOT MISS IT The Pvrformm of the Hopak Ensemble United Ukrainian Canadlwia el Cal9«nr will b* pwtormlng aenga, tnwlc and Mteoled Ukraimcn Folk Dmcm. Thursday, Jm. 31 —12 Noon at the U of L Main Concourae (tixth lioof ) FREE ADMISSION EVERYONE WELCOME Lethbridge Folk Arts Council By UNDA DEUTSCH SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) — Mae West sweeps down the aisle in mink, Beatrice Kay, fresh out of retirement, sings. And a delegation of expatriate Britons cheers. The merry scene is the Mayfair, the first authentic American re-creation of a 19th-century British music hall—complete with gold leaf on the ceiling and com in the comedy acts. The unique theatre, 20 miles from Los Angeles’ central night-life area on the Sunset Strip, has been turning away customers on weekends and packing the house even on week nights. Since the Mayfair opened in October, movie stars such as Miss West have made the trip to this beach tovmn to sample the unexpected English ambience of Brighton-by-the-Sea The 2Vz-hour production features British comedy routines, singers and specialty acts such as a man who makes up poems from ideas shouted by the audience. The CHARGFA Comer of 3rd Av«. and 5th St. 8. men la itM HIM. a NATIONAL DEPARTMENT STORES AFTER INVENTORY CHARGEX SALE OPEN THURSDAY* FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. CAMPERS’ SPECIALI nwina. ira roomy but IlgM (SI Iba.), haa eompaet fraoiar for IM Pmi iPiV VI OQOr •pHvi Brown enhr at • fantaatle prlco. MEN’S LONG SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS REB.T0S4K - Spwlil GrMpIni gf Hiartri stjrlM tad niors It BM IftW fríCI . Mfln’sPilBLin«il Plaid JACKETS RCa.SH.H AtaoiM coton, attM S.M.L.XL. ^ tavoJ4.M nt 50 aoYa‘anaoiM.a' DOWN PILLED t.1. WOOD! 8KI JACKETS aMMtMdH * Cawamu HoMi iwarzippw 10*% NïIm» «UH aiMfl Mi MEN’S HEAVY DUTY DRILL BADITA tlWEM.»1-IKI.t14.M -MW «UT $g99 SNOBOOTS SPECIAL PURCHASE OF FACTORY FLOOR STOCK MEN'S, BOYS’, WOMEN’S, GIRLS', CHILDREN’S IMITATION SEALSKINS, LEATHER MUKLUKS NYLON SNOBOOTS-MANY STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM! Low Low PrlcM. Noxt Wlittor’s prices on thes« samo Boots will be way up. DO NOT MISS THIS SPECIAL PURCHASE SHOP NOW AND SAVE! MEN’S 8 ” LEATHER INSULATED WATERPROOF WOHK BOOTS TAN ONLY SlZIS 7-13 GIRLS’ VINYL SLUSH MOULD SNOBOOTS Wirmpllt $099 lining.    ^ BrokM tl2«. MEN’S PIIE LINED INSUUTED Thermo Boots $5>B Sint 7-12. irtWH Ml|. fill. 17.50 OiH| .............. WOMEN S VINYL SLUSH MOULD SNOBOOTS Wwmthiltii. inkMKm. Micad M •wtf •M.t7.aa $477 LADIES’ 100% NYLON PARKA lie.t21.S8-SAVEt7.N WlimttachidiiiiMiM fur iriM tafd. Asst. Mlon. SIzis S.M.L. NOW only ... $14» CIHMNGE LADIES’ COATS DRASTICALLY REDUCED fOR QUICK SALE. SHOPNOW MANY AStT. STYLES AND COtORS TO CHOOSE FROM. LADIES’ BOMBER JACKETS SÌ2M6-14 ftlU ^ 1«M PfIP |F?*wp CtlffI ll NiwOah $2BB SPECMLSMUriNBOF Qlrls* Sweaters znsiu $000 SHOPiAflLY ^ 7 UP RADIO and TV LISTINGS ProgtgrTiB are hilotl by the Radio and Tele viBiun Stations Any vflriHlion in proyrann schedule la due to last rninute t-hfinges by Ihe Blstions snd 9 not    rfisponKiriiiily of Chinook Beverag«s Limited or Tho Leth bridge Hefflld. CHEC MOMPAY tfWM FRIDAY 6    00 Buryi Clark« e 60 Farm N«ws 7    30 News, wtnr. Sport 9 00 Cn«clm« 10 00 Walt Edwards 12 00 John Oliver WiDNESDAY 5    00 Probe 1220 i 02 Jim Parsons Show 6    00 world at Six 6 35 Jim Parsons Show 5    00 John Charles 12 30 Kevin McKenr)a Show THURSDAY 6    00 CeC News 6    05 jack Thys Show 7    SO News. Weather Sports 12 30 News 1 00 Grain Prices 1 01 Call or tna Land 3 00 Jack Neufeld 5 00 News. Wthr, Sporis 7 00 Paul T«ssiar 12 00 Roy Rennick CJOC e 35 Phone Bill Shov» 10    05 Sord Whitehead Show 11    00 Jack Thys 12    00 Hour oi Information 1 05 Gord Whitehead Show 3 05 Jim Parsons Stiow 5 00 Pfobe 1220 5 25 Sports    , 5 40 Market Rsport 5    SO Local News 6    00 World a( SiJt CHEC-PM 100.9 MONDAY (hru PHIOAY earn- 9-00 a.m Don MoMasler 9-00 am - 300 p m Concte's Carousel 3 00 - 600 p m Don McMaster 6 00 • 10 00 P m Del King 10 00 - 12 Midnight — Concerts Overtures and Encores 12 00 — Midnight sign off on Mon day Tues thru Friday—Del King SATURDAYS " 6 00 - 12 00 - Don McMaster 12 00 - 3 00 pm - Del King 3 00 - 6 00 p m - Concense Overtures and Encores 6 00- 12 00- Del King 12 00 - Concle'a Carousel (All Night) SUNDAYS 6.00 a m - 10 00 a m - Concerts. Overtures and Encores 10 00am -100pm - Del King VOO - 2 00 p m - Sast Haus Hour (German Program) 2 00 - 6 00pm - Del King e 00 - 12 00 • Concerts. Overture». Encores ^ 12 00 - iV/lidnight Sign Off show’s finale Is usually the appearance of Miss Kay. The veteran variety performer, who had retired after 60 years in show business, agreed to move to California and become the Mayfair's “resident soubrette.”    . Mayfair’s creator, Milt Larsen, sees the music hall as a promising new entertainment form for a nation willing to remember a simpler era. “I don’t particularly believe in nostalgia,” said Larsen. “But nostalgia is remembering things yon once saw, perhaps in childhood. ... We are trying to bring a period of theatre alive that Americans have never ever seen.” At first glance, audiences at the Mayfair may think they’re seeing a vaudeville show. But most wind up saying, “It’s like vaudeville but It isn't.” Larsen explains that the British music hall was nbt a variety show. “They presented a more cohesive show, a true production.” Thus, at the Ma^air the performers return tWoughout the show to interact with each other while the “chairman," in tuxedo and ruffled shirt, moderates and comments from a box seat above the stage. “The music halls of England actually date back to 1BZ5,” said Larsen. “They were places where people could drink and smoke and hs-;e entertainment. It was originally for men only and was raucous and bawdy. In the Ifiter I9th century it became much more refined. .. We’re concentrating on the period when the music hall became more elegant.” Drinks are served during the show, and soon there will be a dining room in the balcony. Larsen has recruited British performers for permanent spots Bernard Fox, an actor whose ancestors starred in the original music halls, is the “chairman.” And lately Larsen has been approached by veterans of the British stage offering to appear. Nick Lucas, who popularized the song Tiptoe Through the Tulips in the 1920s, Is on the bill for February Larsen and his brother Bill were raised as performers in their parents’ travelling magic act, Larsen’s First Family of Magicians. Bill now manages The Magic Castle, an elegant private club for magicians. Widow loses damage suit VANCOUVER (CP) - A widow’s damage suit against an anesthesist has been dismissed Mrs. Leonine Webster had brought action under the Families’ Compensation Act against Dr Donald J. Armstrong. Dr. Armstrong, an anesthetist, was attendinj Robert Webster, 32, who di Nov 12, 1971, just before undergoing an operation for an Ingrown toenail Mr Justice W A Craig, in dismissing the action, noted that Mr Webster had failed to tell anyone he had been drinking coffee within five hours of the operation althot he had been warned    ■ was dangerous Dot i at the trial te';tified th t J ’ley 'lad known .Mr Web id drinking coffei. 'i-‘V would have postponed the operation. CBR WfiDNESOAY NIQHT 6 00 world at Six    8 05 6 30 As Jt Happens    9 °0 8 03 Concern    9 13 10 00 Nftiws, Sports. Weather    10 59 10 to Commonwealth Games    12 03 10    15 Five Nights a WeeK    1 55 to 30 Inside From the    2 03 OulBida    2 30 11    03 Written m Rock    3 30 THUflSDAY    4 00 5    30 Warmup    4 05 6    05 Eye Opener    6 00 3 00 World a) 6    6 30 Eye Opener World at Nine Tfiis Country Time Signal Radio Canada, StockmarKet School Sro9dc9$i Off the Record Max Ferguson BBC News Home Run world at Six As .t Happens Size 0 J Family Sii 3i89 PhwDqwelt 7UP-100Z. 3iSS‘ pitMO*po»n 7 UP & Diet 7 UP Cins 2s39^ Ineludlna D*po*lt at all participating dealers CJOC'TV ChanntI 7 (Cableviaton Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NfCtHT 5 00 Hollywood Squares 7 30 Mon Ami/Frlendly Giant 5 30 News e 00 Unde Bobby 6 00 Movie 6 30 Ed Allen New Healers 9 00 Polka Dot Door 7 30 George Hamilton 9 30 New Horizons 8 00 Commonweallh Games 10 00 Alberta Schools 9 00 Musicamera 10 30 Mr Dress Up ' 10 00 West 11 00 Sesame Street 10 30 Country Time 12 30 Truth Of Consequences 11 00 News 1 00 Let's Make a Deal 11 20 PIUI 1 30 General Hospital 12 00 Movie 2 00 Our Town Billy eudd 2 30 Klara s Korner THURSDAY 3 00 Tal<e 30 6 00 Pinnochio 3 30 Edge Of Night 6 30 Secrels in the Kitchen 4 00 Family Court 7 00 News, Farm and City 4 30 A Place Of Vour Own 7 15 Wizard of Or SOO Hollywood Squares CFCN-TV Lethbridge Chaiinal 13 (Cablevlaion Ch. WEDNESDAY NIQHT 5 as Mews 9 30 Pollka Dot Door 6 00 Uovie- 10 00 Lifestyle A Man tor All Seasons 10 30 Pay Cards 8 30 Movie 11 00 Fred Davis Show The Savage Report 11 30 Beat the Clock 1000 Ski Alberta 12 00 Buckshot 10 30 Sports Beat 74 12 30 FImlstones 11 00 News 1 00 Maiinee Movie 11 20 News The Texican 12 00 Merv Qritim 2 30 Somerset THURSDAY 3 00 Another World S 55 Thought for Day 3 30 Whats the Good WO'd 6 00 university of Air 4 00 Anything You Can Do 6 30 Yoga 4 30 Mod Squad 7 00 Canada A M 5 25 Get Smart e 30 Romper Room 5 55 News S 00 This Week 8 30 Mystery Movie 9 IS Parlons Français McMillan'and Wife KRTV Gr«at Falli ChanntI 3 (Cablcvlslon Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIOHT 4 00 News    8 30 Hollywood Squares 4    30 News    9 00 Jack Poi 5    OO Bonanza    9 30 Price is Right 6    00 Cannon    lOOO Jeopardy 7    00 KO|«k    10 30 As the world Turns a 00 Ironside    11 00 Days of our Lives 9 00 News    11 30 Doctors 9 30 TonighI Show    12 00 Another World THURSDAY    12 30 Match Game 5 16 Our World    1 00 Secret Slorm 5    Salute to Agriculture    1 30 Mike Douglas 6    00 Today snow    3 00 Joker s Wild 7    00 Today m Montana    3 30 News 7 30 Pyramid    4 00 News a 00 Gambit    4 30 News KFBB Qraat Falla Channal 5 (CaMavlalon C^. 11) WEDNttDAV NIOHT 4    30 News 5    00 News 5    30 Troth or Consequences 6    00 Muppel Valentine Show 6 30 The Heilslrom Chronicle « 00 DOC Elliot 9 00 News 9 30 Movie Nioht Digger THUHDAT 5    55 Nows 6    00 Caplam Kangaroo 7    00 News 8    00 Audrey 8 30 Jack Ulanoe 9 30 Search lor Tommorrow 10 00 All My Children 10    30 Lets Make A Deal 11    00 Newly Wed Game 1130 News 12    00 General Mospitnl 12 30 One Lile 1o Live 1 00 Love American Style 1    30 Dinah s Place 2    00 Three on a Match 2    30 Qirl In My Life 3    00 Split Second 3    30 Brady Bunch 4    00 Password 4    30 News 5    00 News S30 Truth or Conaet^uencea \ ;