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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta HOLLAND'S DRAPERY SHOP largest Display Of DRAPERY MATERIALS In Western Canada 325 . 7th St. S. Ph. 327-4475 The Lethbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE Launderette #31 washers  17 dryers _ 3 Ave. ft 12 St. B S. (Open 24 his. every day) THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1973 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, MARCH 3 TO FRIDAY, MARCH 9 Field trip hinilles romance Tired of school already. Peppermint Patty (left) and Charlie Brown lament that with "tesfs fo do. reports to write, all these dumb things to do, there's no time for love." Bi^ a school field trip kindles a romance between the two. All the favorite Peanuts characters return in the latest Peanuts special, 'There's No Time For Love, Charlie Brown," telecasting Saturday, March 10 at 7 p.m. on the CTV Television Network 'No Time for Love, Charlie Brown9 Special on Peanuts gang Cliar'es Scb-#T' popular comic strip "Peanuts" gang comas to ttie television screen again on Saturday, March 10. Weighed down by the seemingly endless round of school exams, science projects and other time consuming torments, the gong uraliappily finds "There's No Time For Love, Charlie Brown". CTV telecasts this special at 7 p.m. on Channel 13 cm March 10, pre-empting "Bridget Loves Bernie" on this occasion.  This new animated special features two Peanuts characters who bave cot shared ths television spotlight before - Franklin and Marcle. In spite of all the daily haras-smonte that plague the Peanuts characters, including a field trip during which Charlie Brown and some of bis pals mistake a supermarket for an art museum, Charlie and Peppermint Patty manage to pursue their somewhat ambivalent romance. Chad Webber is heard as the voice of Charlie Brown; Stephen Shea as Linus; Robin Kohn as Lucy; Hilary Mom-berger as Saf'y; Iinda Ercoli as Violet; Jeff Bailey as Schroeder: Todd Barbae as Franklin and Jimmy Aureus as Marcie. Color special on Arnie Palmer, golf superstar HOLLYWOOD (NBC) - The frustrations, hopes, goals and rewards of being a superstar in the world of sports are part of "Arnold Palmer: An American Legend," an hour special to be colorcast on Friday, March 9 at 8 p.m. on Channel 9 Great Falls an the NBC Television Network. Jason Robards is the narrator. Over 100,000 feet of film was shot of Palmer during 1972 as camera crews followed him throughout the United States, Japan, Scotland, England, Sweden, New Zealand and Australia, capturing him at work as a pro golfer on the tour, as a family man at borne in La-trobe, Pa., as pTot of his own jet and prosperous businessman. An opening montage sequence traces his rise to the pinnacle of golfdom and tells of his warm friendships with the late President Eisenhower, President Nixon and with giants of industry and the entertainment business. It recounts the many honors be has earned as a competitor and the near hsro-wcr-ship bestowed on him then in victory and to this day, when the wins bave been less frequent, by bis loyal "Arnie's Army." Ironically, 1972 was one of the worst of Palmer's career as a golf professioaal. He played in 25 tournaments without winning one cf them. His monsy winnings dropped way below $300,000, a significant drop for a man who has won a million and a half dollars swinging a golf club. The program focuses on the Paimer philosophy of life, his responsibilities to his family and fans. He feels the pressures imposed by bis many business interests - which will gross well into seven figures in 1973 - and he tells of the adjustments that must be made to meet those pressures while still striving to win on the golf course in a game that demands as much if not more concentration than any other. ARNOLD PALMER Curling playoffs televised The 10 provincial csrl: T champions have a date wiLh each other from Monday, March. 5 through Saturday, March 10 in the Edmonton-Gardens, Edmonton, when they clash for the 1973 Canadian Curling Championships. Apart from the prizes and prestige that go with this championship, there's the usual added bonus that the winning rink will represent Canada in the World Curling Championships. This year this has addsd signs'i-canee, as the world championships will be held in Retina. Viewers will keep on top of all the action in the Canadian Curling Charaoionships. as CBC-TV will be there to report on play every day. Starting on Monday, March 5, and running Brian Keith, star of NBC- through Fridav, March 9, there TV's "The Little People" which win be Brier'Reports at 11:40 is filmed in Hawaii, frequently each night. On the final day of finds it ratter easy to get the competition Saturday, Mar. to work. Why? Because they 10, CBC-TV will broadcast the use his home on the beach for final round Eve starting a& 12 location filming. noon. Well, no wonder! RECORD OF THE WEEK �\ SIMPSONS oears THE GUESS WHO ARTIFICIAL PARADISE RCA LIMITED Record Dept. STORE HOURS. Open doily from 9.-30 o.m. to 5 39 p.m., Ih wt. and M. until  p.m. Contra Village Mall. TOcpfcon* 32S-9231 ;