Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
-Monday, November 8, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 5 ITV HIGHLIGHTS: N'KWS Sl'KClAL; Ilcincinliraiicc Day Program, 0 p.m., Ch. 7. IIKAUTY I'AGKAM: Jliss Canada, p.m., Ch. 13. The. 25l.li annual Miss Canada Pageant wilh former title- holders on hand will he Iclecast in color from Toronto. MUSICAL SI'KCIAL: Anne Again, p.m., Ch. 7. Anne Hurray, two of her brothers, the recording group The Slarr.pctlers and young singer composer Shirley Eilihard will all perform in this musical hour. MEDICAL IHtAMA: Medical Center, 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Jo Vaji Fleet stars as an iron willed lady determined to spend her life in a wheel a secret purpose. SPECIAL: Man Alive, Id p.m., Ch. 7. Expanding to an how Man Alive looks at the trend toward more meaningful lyrics in rock music. WESTERN: Nichols, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. James Garner stars in this series with tonight's show telling a comic lesson in abused authority. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Capt. Ernest Medina and his attorney in a revealing discussion on I he My LSI rn'irl mariial and the Vietnam nar. TUESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Kiss of 1 p.m., Ch. 7. Word reaches Princess Lucia in .New Mexico thai her father, the king, is dying and she prepares to return Ut Spam. .MOVIE TIIHILLEH: "The Old Man Who Cried 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A septuagenarian who can't make anyone believe he saw his best friend murdered. Trimhlac I Listings Progromi ore jliilea by'Jhs -rodll. anil lelrrviiion Jlaiioni. Aiiy variation ihedulct U Hue to lost-minute chandef by .llty'ttfttions gncf Is hot .the recpohsitefifV-'Of 'he Herald or Trimljle! Tire Supply, CMEC ihc l-i-7-ji' Weather on the Half Hour MONDAY 3 r'j Wcr, Barry li...- :-J Jack Ne-.vffd MONDAY NIGHT at Si> Rob Taram Jchn vvalkc-r Doug Andmrn Show CJOC llnfc-rir.aticn John Oliver 3.00 Beryl Clark Prices Jack Thy! Line Matinee Rob Inqram World ol Six CHEC FM >V News on the Hour Yfllir. on the Half Hour WON. mr.u SAT. Den r.acV.asfei Don Hedmsn a.m. Sign-Oft Radio 1010 Calgary MONDAY NIGHT S-l.-ds Europe Commentary World ft tlc.'.s World at NninE As It Hspsens Idsas Network I his Country 8-03 Bringing Back fhp Ncv.5 Radio Noon Future OM the Record Holiday 10-H) From' TUESDAY Wcuson 10-15 Five Uights Eve Opener Home Run Week World at Eight World at Six Invites You to Try the WHISPHRGRIP 83 LOAD RANGE WHITE SIZE 775-14 4 825-1-1 4 825-15 4 855.15 28.40 28.40 29.50 314 llth Street South One of the most popular tread de- signs in Canada. Built to premium ny- lon standards for maximum traction, mileage and riding comfort. Now is the time to purchase your winter tires. We are sure the Whisper Grip 33 will fill all your require- ments. Phone 327-2007, 327-2396 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) She's no single lype of performer Doctor didn't operate She sings to the listening ear On the wrong patient DriMLDOYl-K pny, pn-ctically YORK (AP) copacabana nifjlit club here, ami alert. Between my schedule i cialion .said here a newspaper Uon. Lalcr. hoy HAL NEW YORK (AP) "People like Io spread said singer Dionnc Warwicke, whose last name last year lacked its present last letter. I dnn't believe in putting people in pigeonholes and ex- pecting Ihem Io stay there. It stunts Iheir growth." Thai's why Iho vibrant and versatile young Negro vocalist doesn't like to be classified as any single type of singer. She doesn't want to be confined to any one type of as blues and rhythm, folk, rock folk, pop, middle of the road, straight blues, or add rock. For llw benefit of those over 30, acid rock is music so loud and raucous that the melody, if TUESDAY Romper Room i Schools Oiez Helene CFCN Lethbrldge Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) MONDAY NIGHT n., 12 00 Bf-witchr-d 12 30 Bent the Clock Mwie: The Old V.'cif 1C 2-30 Iran Ir) Anclhrr World V.vliiinrj You Or Do (c) Dick Van J-30 Rurkshol Flint'Jcnrs U.I KRTV Greet! Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Sdlute AfjricullLrc 11 "0 WajM l'-M Today Show 'c) Todny in Montana Dc-c'pr', H 30 lYnccntt alien ic) Ahrlher V.'nrl.t Edw ol Nir.M 30 Sq. I, 1 V.nal. Where KFBB-TV Oreo! Foils Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) MONDAY NIGHT DIOXNE WAIUVICKE any, is practically undiscerni- ble. "I don't categorize myself, and I dun'l like to be catego- rized by anyone said Miss Warwicke. "1 simply sing to the listening ear." A .strong individualist in any- thing she undertakes, Dionnn added a final "u" to her name this year because of her interest in numerology, the occult sci- ence of the significance of num- bers. "The name Warwick carried good she said, "but putting an 'e' at the end should produce even better vibrations, numerologically speaking, and speed sooner to me the things promised." There may be no connection with the changed spelling of her name, but the latest album by Dionne, issued a few weeks ago, already has sold more than 300.000'. That means SI million in sales. "Thank other re- ible exclaimed Dionne. Her latest hit is no surprise to the industry. Since she hit the big time with Don't Make Me Over and Anyone Had a Heart. Dionne has been re- garded as the most consistently successful feminine recording star since Patti Page. Miss Warwicke, who reccnlly wound up an engagement at the Copacabana night club here, started singing gospels at six in the church of her grandfather, a Methodist minister. She began her professional career in a Miami night club at 20 for week last a week. In a peak and taking care of my son Dav- 2'j in better shape than any football player." Deeply generous, religious and quite Dionne. donates some OTTAWA (CT) The Cana-1 did not complain when the gyne- cologist comludwl the opera- lion. Lalcr. however, she report that a woman had her brought lej'al action and a set- womb removed in 1970 because llcment was mad'1. of a mixup in doctors was erro- ]j c stands for dilation ncous. unreitagc. procedure to j The slorv, laler distributed by "-11 S50.000 a year Io a scholarship j Tnu Canadian Press, incorrectly year she earned fund for both black and white summarized an incident She gives more, lhan 100 col- lege concerts a year now, sings six to eight weeks in Las Vegas, four weeks in Miami, and four weeks in New York. i music students who are nomically unable but academi- cally inclined.1' "My schedule would put a lot ferred to in the association's an- nual report. y ncine T) It isn't ony the back ch, d wom'an c( wn who needs education she oh- 1 served quietly. "Its every child." Etta Fits of a name ended up with a gynecologist in- stead of an oral surgeon. I The report says the gynccolo- j gist examined the woman and discovered an ulcer in her i womb. He treated her through a D and C procedure, biopsy and cauterization of the cervix. The woman's womb was not, I II it removed. B The association report, issued j Io illustrate it is "virinally im- to defend a doctor LOS ANGELES (Rciilcr) 149-year-old pl.olonraph of her to operates on I1 g pa- CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "MURPHY'S WAR'' III color. Starring Peter O'Toolc. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, November 8. 9 and 10. Monday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "MRS POLLIFAX SPY" In color. Starring Rosa- lind Ilnssfll. Monday and Tuesday, November n and 9. "how at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "THERE WAS A CROOKED MAN" In color. Star- ring Kirk Douglas. Henry Fonda and Hume Cronyn. Monday and Tuesday, November 8 and 9. Monday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. Singer F.lla Fitzgerald has been given a clear bill of health, fol- lowing her eye operation in Bos- ton last August and will return to Ihc stage in Las Vegas, her office here announced this month for a three-week per- formance at the Flamingo Hotel. A spokesman said Miss Fitz- gerald, who collapsed on stage in Nice, France, last summer p.nd was flown home for treat- ment, has been learning Portu- guese during her illness. advertise the ar.tihi'ttniine. The photo is a still from Bella Donna, released in and shows Miss Ncpri with her lead- ing man, Conway Tcarl" COLLEGE PARK. lid. lAP; A blind University ot Mary- land student has succeeded in memorizing more than 100 I pages of a musical score and lyrics in a foreign language. In so doing she becomes a member of the first s'udcnt groiro Io per- form at the new Kennedy Centre for the- Performing Arts in Washington. Debby Smith, a sociology major, undertook the task when the director of (lie university chorus told her she could mem- orize Haydn's Creation. anlihistamine advertisement. Smife of Cumbcrlandj U.S. District Court Judge _ she not havc Frederick van Pelt Bryan ruled 1 memorized the work without the i Wednesday that Miss Negri's aid of a friend who recorded not) damage suit apainst the Actions of the music and the r PI n lr, I German lyrics on n tape nr-tn- Schcrmg Corp. nf N.J., will be ijroupht to trial. i Miss Negri. now 71 and living in San Antonio, Tex., said the i pharmaceutical company vio- NEW YORK (AP) I'ola Negri, one of the most famous of silent film stars, is going to j have her day in court over an CAHA.MOy.NT Short Subjects "Hallway Children" ii-.m Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Carry On Up the Jungle" "'30 "OI.I El.I'. I i'.i Short ,s OMBUDSMAN BEGINS JOB DALLAS TAVERN STREET SOUTH FUtlY are won waitins 1 for? You con join Weight Watchers this and be on your way to a slimmer figure. Meets: Tuesdays p.m. and p.m. Wednesdays p.m. ST AUGUSTINE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH llth STREET and 4th AVENUE SOUTH Some talking, some listening, and a program that works. lated her civil rights by using a Homebuilding down sharply OTTAWA (CP) Construc- tion started on new houses and apartment units in October, down 10.8 per cent from last October, Central Mortgage and Housing Corp. re- ported. The number ol new- single, detached houses started was up 10 per cent, but multi- ple-unit structures started drop- ped 25 per cent. The October housing starts represented an annual rale of on a seasonally-adjusted basis, down j from th'a September rate of housing units a year. ZURICH. Switzerland (Rcu- ter) Switzerland's first om- i b u d s in a n began work this j month here, the most populous of this country's 22 cantons. 1 Lawyer Jacques Vontobcl wiU I investigate, alleged administra- live abuses among the canton's I people. 10 30 Sarpe 1130 Dirk f avetl TUESDAY Psrcl DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic National Store Bla'g. Ph. 327-7144 Lelnbridge Now Appearing "HARMONY IN RED" EVERY NIGHT-NOV. 8-13 ONE OF WESTERN CANADA'S TOP GROUPS AT THE This tiny hearing aid Zenith's remarkable Z-70 is just one of 16 quality Zertiih hearing aids. One of them might be just right (or you. At no obligation, test-hear a Zenith hearing aid today. Zenith hearings aids are priced from LEISTER'S MUSIC Paramount Theatre Bldg. LETHBRIDOE COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING AND SKATING SCHEDULE FRITZ SICK POOL Wednesday, November 10th 12.00- hOO DAY'' p.rr p.m. NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swim Public Swim Thursday November llth Public Swim Public Swim Friday, November 12th NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swim Saturday, November 13th Public Swim Sunday, Novtmber 1 4th Public Swim Family Swim Mondcy, November 15th NOON HOUR SWIM PUBLIC SKATING SCHEDULE ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Tuesday, November 9th Free Public Skating Wednesday, November 10th Beainners Skaling Thursday, November llth "REMEMBRANCE DAY Friday, November 12th Mother Pre-Schoolers Frc-e Skating Public Skating Free Skating Saturday, Novembei Public Skating Publir Skaling Sunday, November 14th Beginners Skating Public Skating Family Sknling CIVIC ICE CENTRE Fridoy, November 12th Free Public Skoting Sunday, November 1 4th Beginners Skating Public. Ska NOTE: Centi p.m. p.m. 13th 1 2iOO 2-00. I Noon p.m. p.m. 1 GO- p.m. 5 00 p.m. vill be no Public Skating at the Civic Ice on Saturday evening, November 13, 1971. MEMBERS and GUESTS ONLY 733 13th Street North Memberships now only Dine Out and Enjoy the El Rcmcho's Exquisite Cuisine at a Terrific Savings MEMBERSHIPS ACCEPTED BY PHONE Further Details Available Phone 328-5608 BUY AND USE BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS AND SAVE FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT THRU WED. Af and p.m. SAFARI OF LAUGHS WITH A CARRY ON GANG O3W iL) Tonight thru Wed. at and p.m. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT CHdRLTON TONIGHT THRU WED.