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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Maud 1971 THE tEIHBRICCE HERAID 5 ITV HIGHLIGHTS TUESDAY The Pleasure 6 In this 1964 film three American girls Carol Lynley and Pamela Tiffin find romance and excitement in Soul S Gospel singer Tobi Lark leads a moving singin at Pauls Catholic Telescope 7 A profile of Canadas popular singing star Anne NASHVILLE 13 A rerun fea turing Kenny Rogers and lire Fust MEN AT Yesterday is But a 9 Oscar nominee Lee Grant plays a drug addict charged with the attempted murder of her JOHNNY CASH 3 Country comics Homer and Jethro join the The King 9 The King Family tours with the Army TUESDAY To be an 10 A study of Indian life in Canada using still photographs combined with commentary by the Barbara McNalr 10 A rerun featuring guests Mahalia comic Milt Kamen and singers Ed Evanko and Hargood Hardy The The Manly Art looks at the use of drugs in ptofessional Dick Dicks scheduled guests are Rock singer Elton John and screenwriter Buck WEDNESDAY Sesame 11 Pat Paulsen counts to twenty also films and a Trimbles Radio TV Listings Programs are listedby theradio and television stations Any variation in programshedules is due to lastminute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of the Herald or Trimbles Tire TUESDAY NIGHT World at Six 630 On The Ball a m Rob Ingram Show WEDNESDAY 5 30 Jim Elliott Weather cjoc t and Sports 7 50 wealher and Sporls 8 45 Phone Bill Show 10 05 Wayne Barry ProOe 1220 1230 Weather and Sports News and Grain Prices Jack Thys Party Line Matinee CHEC News on the Weather on the half hour TUESDAY NIGHT Fai m Show CHECFM Dinner Showcase Wthi 7 00 BaVtHhe Bible News 7 30 The Voice of china Music with MusicaMnterlude George Ferguson j00 World Tomorrow 12 00 Total Information 00 a Simulcast Hour CHECFM 1 00 MUEIC wilh WEDNESDAY Gerry Givens 530 Breakfast with 4 35 Stock Market Ron Rosvold 4 50 Wthr THRU News Fifteen minutes to The Hour 600 John Henry Oliver 12 00 Bill Brown 1 00 Other Side with Jack Davies Bill Brown 8 00 Chuck Tanner 12 00 Ron Legge CBR Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT Tempo World at Six li UJ MUSIC 6 30 supplement Midnight Guest Appearance WEDNESDAY 7 30 Operas We Like 6 05 Eye Opener Tuesday Night 8 00 World at Eight 1000 National News 8 15 Commentary From the Caaifals 9 15 Gerrusi 1030 Theatre Morning Concert 11 03 Orchestral Matinee 12 03 Music Past 1203 Alta at Noon Afternoon School Broadcast 303 Afternoon Concert BBC News A 10 Tempo 4 30 Max Ferguson Trimbles Tire Supply 3272007 314 llth 3272396 CAR CARE SPECIAL With the latest electronic PLUS PARTS equipment you get 20 vital services and 8 CYLINDER performance checks Come in today All repairs fully LET JiAAMIE DO THE JOB CJiHTV Channel 7 Cablevision 6 TUESDAY NIGHT 11 00 News c 10 5 Chz Helens 4 00 Galloping Gourmet 11 20 Teleprobe 7 ll 00 Sesame Street Banana Splits c 11 40 Movie Bloodhounds 12 00 Lee Drews Child Spiderman c Teleprobe 7 6 00 Movie The Pleasure Seekers 8 00 We Are All in This Ton ether 830 Tfesccpe 9 00 Men a of WEDNESDAY 1 00 B J5 Something To Incident in an Aley Tnmk About 2 30 Our Town 9 CO Farm Facts 3 00 Take 30 o 10 Pmnochio and Oz 3 30 Edge of Night c 9 30 Mr Dressup 400 Galloping bourmet 10 00 western Schools A 30 Drop in 10 00 Tuesday Night c 10 30 Friendly Giait 5 00 Huckleberry Hound CFCNTV Lethbridge Channel 13 Cablevision 4 TUESDAY NiGHT 0 Pad Fimtstones c 530 DicK Van Dyke 11 40 Randall and SSS0Trap 12 00 Beaf the TUESDAY NIGHT NCAS 6 00 To Rome Love c Mod Squad 7 30 Adam 12 8 CO Jacques Coustenu WEDNESDA 7 10 Thought for Day Clock c 600 Mary Tyler Moore 7 IS News c 12 30 c 6 30 News c 7 20 University of Air Movie 7 01 Eddies Father c 8 00 Miss Helen Tokyo Joe Mod Souad c B 15 Sand Box 2 30 Famous Jury Trials 8 30 Nashville Norih 9 00 Places m the News 3 W Another World fc Barbara McNair 9 30 Euckshnt K t 00 Berton c 1100 News 10 00 n f onvprsftirn A 30 Wynnpi Pad c 10JO Wild Whirl ot 5 00 Flinfstones KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 Cablevision 9 TUESDAY NIGHT 7 TO Today c 12 00 Our Lives c I I M to7 630 Gunsmoke r 8 10 c 30 Edqe of NIqhr c My Three Sorv fc 9 00 Family Affair 2 CO Corner Pve c 8 00 Movie 9 30 Hollywood Squares 2 30 AAeru Gnffm Bicj Country Pt 2 10 00 Jeopardy c A 00 Hillbillies it 10 00 News 10 30 Where A 30 Cronkite HPWS c TcmpM Show Game 5CO NBC Niqhtly 10 55 5 30 MaVberrV R FD 1 00 Another World 6 00 News c 15 Our World Somcrspt 6 30 Men from 6 J5 Agriculture II 30 World Turns c Srtiloh c KFBBTV Greaf Falls Channel 5 Cablevision 11 n fJpvi U 7 CO Kangaroo 1 CO Secret Slorm U B 00 Dmehs Place c 1 30 One Life 10 Live JacK Memory Game 9 00 Sale of the Love is a Many Century Splendored Thing 9 00 The Kmrj Family 9 30 Galloping Gourmet 3 00 Dark Shadows 10 00 News c 10 Ci Audrey 3 30 General Hospital Tlit interns c U o A Wrrld Apait tc 4 CO That Girl 11 30 DICK Civrtt ic li Alt My 30 Bewitched ll n MdKf a Dfal c SOO Dating Game 6 25 Farm News 12 00 Newlywed Gdirm Winners of Tony Awards NEW YORK API Bioad has bestowed its 1971 Tony Awards upon Company as the best musical and Sleuth as the best Top individual acting trophies were won b Maureen Stapleton and Brian Bedford for Helen Gallagher and Hal Linden in the songanddance depart The 25thanniversary presen tations of the silver medallions for distinguished achievement were made Sunday night during a twohourplus telecast from the Palace Theatre over the ABC network during which a stellar galaxy repi ised hit songs There werent any real sur1 unions and the But the prises among the j loudest ovations greeted the voted upon by about 450 reprej awards to thiee ac sentatives of stage waft t MJSS I Gallagher and Patsy Miss honored for weds her Portrayal in the Ginger O bread won a Tony pre viously in Miss of also got a Tony for supporiing work back in This really is for us who stuck on and Miss Gallag her said as she clutched her radio network 1 from past musical during the his secretary LAS Nev API Actor Robert and his Regma were married It was the fourth marriage for whose comedy se The Bob Cummings ran for six years on television new LONDON CPi An inde pendent network of up to 60 commercial ndio statiun was proposed for Britain in a government white The would ac cept spot compete against 20 exiting local stations i un by the The white setting out government also envis ages a new central company to UNIVERSITY OF LETH3RIDGE CONCERT SERIES SEASON THE UNIVERSITY OF IETHBRIDGE CHOIR LCivSc Conductor LUCIEN NEEDHAA ossisted by UNDA SCHMOIO YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE April 1971 the University Generl Tickets Leisters Music Limited 01 Office Admission Adulis 00 Students 50c SATURDAY AT 8 CIVIC CENTRE AIL SEATS DOORS OPEN For Miss taking the support a service of national supporting musical actress j anil intei national news uhich for svill in time stand comparison there was special sentimental liie BBCs and set a for it vas at ard for the local companies in Palace when she was 12 that i their treatment of news she made her New York debut The new commercial i adio in a vaudeville network ould be controlled by In addition to the award as i the Independent Television Au best Company scooped i which would IK re up five other Toms for best j named the Independent Bioad by George Furth best casting music and hues separate cita Local newspapers wine Stephen Sondheim scenic Boris Aronson and Hal not have a monopoly in the local area would have the right CANT PLAY DONT PAY PIMJ A BEAUTIFUL TWOMANUAL THOMAS ORGAN in your home with lessons to help you play MONTHLY SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre LAND RAIDERS In Starring Telly George Maharis and Arlene Tuesday and Match 30 and Tuesday show at FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre MOVE In Starring Elliott Gould and Paula Tuesday and March 30 and Tuesday show at Restricted PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre I WALK THE LINE In Starring Gregory Tuesday Weld and Estelle March 30 show at TABER Tower Theatre ANNE OF THE THOUSAND DAYS In Star ring Anne Bujold and Richard Tuesday and March 30 and Tuesday shows at and Get more out of life Take the family to a movie PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE SPRING SWIMMING INSTRUCTION PROGRAM PART ONE FRITZ SICK POOL CUP THIS AD FOR FUTURE REFERENCE THE PROGRAM Childrens Classes Red Cross Monday April 5 June 1971 12 lesions Classes for all levels PreBeginner through Senior Tuesday 7 45 April 6 June 1971 12 lessons Classes for ail levels PreBeginner through Senior Adult Classes Red Cross Tuesday 45 p April 6 June 1971 12 lessons Classes for at levels PreBeginner through senior REGISTRATION Registrations for Ihe above program will be taken in the Room of the Civic Sports Centre 11 Street and 5 Avenue April from 5 00 p and 6 00 Course Requirements Children registering for prebeginner or beginner lessons must be a 6 years old as of the day of registration fb 48 or 4 tall Persons who are in possession of a Red Cress Junior must now take the Survival Swim mer before moving to the Intermediate REGISTRATION FEES Red Cross Classes al Children Beginner and Junior S2 25 Survival Intermediate and Senior b Adults all levels NOTE 1 Registrations to be made in person 1 Persons may regisler themselves and members of their immediate family For further contact the PARKS and RECREATION OFFICE At local 236 CLIP THIS AD FOR FUTURE REFERENCE Prince the directorproducer to acquire an interest m the The which opened last Ilocal commercial April 24 after the Tony voting previously as named the best musical of 1970 by the New York Drama Critics Circle Four prizes weie picked up bj Besides the pnir for Donald Saddler was named for best and Raoul Pene du Bois for SECOND TO n3THSCHILDS The Tony Award to linden was the second to The Roths as Keene Curtis took the award for supporting actor in a starring in The School for was one of three English The other were written by Anthony Shaffer and Peter best director for A Mid summer Nights Dream per formed by members of Lhe Royal Shakespeare The other competitive awards were won by Paul dra matic supporting actor and R lighting both for Story Theatre and by Rae supporting dramatic actress in And Miss Reardon Drinks a Honorary Tony citations were presented to Elliot Bos ton drama critic Roger Ste former chairman of the National Council for the Arts Ingram theatrical advertis ing executive and John publisher of Serving with Miss Lansbury as show emcees were Lauren Anthony Quayle and An thony Hepburn show sels record TORONTO tour ing production of with Katharine Hepburn in the ti tle took in a record 740 at OKeefe Centre box of fice last week in the second week of a threeweek run The take for the show topped the weekly gross by pop singer Englebert Humperdinck last Todays Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects I Love Mv Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects Owl and the Pussy Cat Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA in Trouble Friday 8 35 Last Complete Show Longrun show star takes rest LONDON API Anna iVaa 61yearold star of the musi cal Charlie drove off to Yorkshire today for a well earned rest after a marathon 5Vz years and peiform ances Its like a slice out of your the star told the final packed house Sunday night at the Adelphia Theatre in The Strand Charlie Girlr run cant com pare with the perform ances of Agatha C h r i s t i e s The which is still going but it was the second longest showing of a musical comedy after the performances cf My Fair Charlie Girl was seen by 2 5 million people and grossed million Tor producer Harold NEW YORK API Jazz musician Louis Satchmo Ann strong was reported stronger and more cheerful by a spokesman for Beth Israel Hos His general condition has the spokesman The 70yearold trumpeter has been in hospital since March 15 for a cardiac Prueagers Accordion College TONIGHT and First Show 7 A DOCTOR WHO WILL KEEP YOU IN STITCHES LESIIE PHILIPS HARRY SECOMBE ANGELA SCOULAR IRENE HANDL ROBERT MORLET Bunt Star JAMES ROBERTSON JUSTICE RESTRICTED ADULT SECOND FEATURE With Ursula Andress Stanley Baker YOUR PHELIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE I A f IIIF RADIO and TV J 302 13th Tonight thru at and RESTRICTED ADULT A RAY STARK HERBERT ROSS Pioductron Barbra Streisand George Segal Panavision Color Coming Soon MY FAIR LADY PASS MESSIAH by HANDEL ON Part II and EASTER Part 111 Thomson Presented by SOUTHMINSTER SENIOR CHOIR in Soutliminster Church PALM SUNDAY April 4th at 3 SOLOISTS Katie Johnson Mary Thomson Walter Goerzen Arthur Hunt Wilfred Woolhouse Director of Music Katie Johnson What happ Matinee STARTS TOMORROW RESTRICTED ADULT ns when a professional killer violates t Evenings AlvC Ends Tonight LQVE MY WIFE WIlh ;