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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-Thuraday, August Woolworm WEEKEND TERRIFIC BUYS MEN'S STYLE SHOES Choose from 4 styles in assorted sizes GIRLS' STYLE SHOES POO Let that little girl look smart. Sizes 11-1. too FRAMED PICTURES B W or colored scenes. Approx. 16x13" glass covered. i oo: GIRLS' LADIES' CUFFED SLACKS SKI-JACKET 100% Polyester in fall OUU Sizes S, M, L. shades. Sizes 4, 5, fm LADIES' yuuDrnrn r CUIDTC PULLOVERS NUMBtKLD l-dHIKId Five short sleeve A great fall style. StyleS......... Sizes 8-16................ W LADIES' GIRLS T-SHIRTS PULLOVERS Turtleneck styling. Made of Pastel shades with embroid- A 97 Dupont Fall ered collar. Sizes 8-14. 1276 498 shades. Sizes S.M.L. BACKTO SCHOOL BRIEFCASE Checked vinyl with side pocket 4% 3 A A CHARCOAL PRINTS Approx. Complete with black plastic frame............ PICTURE STYLE MIRRORS Choose from 4 styles. Enclosed m gold colored frame........ MIRROR TILES Make a unique wall for your room, approx. Pkg.ofS COVERED DRESS HANGERS Choose from 3ssort6d PLATES 9" HAMPER Assorted decorator colors, cushioned 9" alphorn may become a memory 2 RECORD SET OF JOHNNY MATHIS Songs include Chances Are, A Certain Smile, The Twelfth of Never and many 6 99 APPENZELL, SwitzerTand (AP) If they stop making the alphorn in Switzerland, one of the national symbols of the country will vanish along with this art. With just about 20 farmers and laborers still making the instrument in their spare time, the alphorn may soon become a musical memory. Perhaps the patience and skill required, along with good luck from Mother Nature, make the embracing of this craft, even as an avocation, unappealing. The process begins with a search through the woods for a young fir that has been bent just right by the pressure of snow Atter the fir (with the right arch) is found it is stripped of its branches and bark and sawed in halves lengthwise The trunk is then hollowed out, polished, bound with natu- ral skelp and varnished until it is waterproof. Chiselling out MEN'S SPORT HOSE Navy and white................ MEN'S KNIT SHIRT Check or plain shades. Sizes S, M, L............ MEN'S T-SHIRT Long sleeved with contrasting stitch. Brown, navy and white. Sizes S, M, L........ 88' 797 '97 8 97 BOYS'TURTLENECK PULLOVER Fisherman knit acrylic. Sizes S, M, L............ MEN'S PULLOVER Crew neck styling. 100% Acrylic. Solid fall shades. Sizes S.M.L............ BOYS' SWEATERS Choose from striped or geometric design. Washable Acrylic. Sizes 8-16 8 97 EAGLES LEAGUE BOWLING Commences August 28 to p.m. Any Eagle member or affiliate wishing to bowl contact Gary Ward Phone 328-2079 J K-TEL I PATTI-STACKER A great way to make patties as seen on TV. 4 99: POLYESTER THREAD LADIES' 250 yards per roll. Many assorted colors............... FROSTED LOOK 00 PENDANT WATCHES 1 year guarantee. 5 styles to choose from 196 RCA YARN 50% nylon 50% acrilan. 8 oz. skein. Fall colors.............. CASSETTE RECORDER Record and playback music or speeches. Great for any student. CHIP FOAM 2 ID......... KODAK 20 M POCKET CAMERA Complete with film and flashcube......... CRIMP Many aMorted solid colors. 2 66 8 75 FILE BOXES Keep all your important papers together......... 2 PIECE LUGGAGE SET Available in avocado PENS or blue. BIG two medium pt. and 1 fine pt. HILROY DUO TANGS Pkg. of 5 complete with labels........ SIN1 97 FLYTE BAG Navy vinyl. A go anywhere bag. 12 88 BINDER Binder, note books, ruled and plain refill and tab dividers............ 117 BABY BONUS CONTEST CASH YOUR FAMILY ALLOWANCE CHEQUE AND ENTER. YOU COULD WIN A GIFT CERTIFICATE. EL RANCHO THE OUTRIDER TAVERN PRESENTS "SOFT and WARM" Featuring Jan and Dennis Adult Music at its Finest Supper Hour 5-6 p.m. Nightly IN THE AZTEC LOUNGE Piano and Organ Stylings by the Fantastic TOM PAPROSKI ALL AT THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL 526 Mayor Magrath Drive the interior to just the right thinness takes about 70 hours. Ornaments are usually burnt on to the instrument. The mouthpiece, one of the major parts of the alphorn, is also made of wood. Alphorns are generally 12 feet long. However, the biggest one, made by Robert Christen, was 20 feet long and took approximately 360 hours to complete. The unusual sounds of this instrument, which takes a pair of strong lungs to play, can be heard for over three miles. It is used mainly in the Swiss Alps to call cattle home and to calm the cows during a storm or at milking time. It was also an early form of communication between mountain communities, its musical notes filling the val- ley Brahms, impressed with the sound of the unique instrument, took down the notes of an alphorn melody he heard on Mount Rigi and used it in his First Symphony. All the alphorn's notes are natural and often cannot be duplicated. It takes a sensitive ear to play the instrument properly and players are required to improvise melodies. Care to learn? Lessons are given in the Swiss towns of Appenzell, Brunnen, Stans and Sorenberg. Hitchcock busy at 75 LOS ANGELES (AP) "I never realized I would be working so hard at this commented Alfred Hitchcock as he turned 75. The master of movie suspense recently marked three-quarters of a century. By all the rules he should be slowing down his work pace. He isn't. Before entering a birthday interview, he engaged in a long script session with Ernest Lehman, who wrote one of the director's biggest hits, North by Northwest. "I've been working on this script since the first of the Hitchcock explained. "It's a very difficult script, because it involves two parallel stories which eventually come together." The new project is based on a as usual I don't follow the novel's is as yet untitled. He delighted in reciting the ironies of the plot, which concerns a dying dowager who seeks an illegitimate son she bore in her youth. The son is elusive, the au- dience discovers, because he happens to be a kidnapper. "This is not a mystery, be- cause I don't make Hitchcock commented. "I tell the audience everything, and then 1 make them sweat over how it will all come out." Many directors do their creating on the movie stages. With Hitchcock the major work is done in his elegantly appointed office at Universal Studio. The Lamplighter Robin Patterson (left) as The Girl, Harry Maskow as Egon and Adrian Pecknold (right) as The Lamplighter, perform a scene from the Canadian Mime Theatre production playing at the Royal George Theatre, Niagra-on-the-Lake until Sept. 14. TV highlights THURSDAY MOVIE DRAMA: Senior Year, 6 p.m., Ch. 9. A poignant blend of humor, drama and nostalgia, concerning lives of five high school students. Gary Frank, Glynnis O'Connor, Scott Colomby. 1974, 90 min. MOVIE CRIME DRAMA: Man Hunter, p.m., Ch. 9. An ex-marine is on a personal vendetta against the Bonnie-and- Clyde-style bank robbers who murdered his former girl friend. Ken Howard. Gary Lockwood, Stefanie Powers. 1974, 90 min. SPORTS: CFL Football, p.m., Ch. 7. The Ottawa Rough Riders vs the B.C. Lions in Vancouver. Live. FRIDAY MOVIE DRAMA: Jet Storm, 1 p.m., Ch. 7. Tense melodrama about a maniac with a bomb aboard a plane. Richard Attenborough, Stanley Baker, Eiane Cilento. 1959, 90 min. MOVIE COMEDY: Never on Sunday, 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A fun- loving Greek prostitute get the Pygmalion treatment from an American tourist. Melina Mercouri, Jules Dassin. 1960, 90 min. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Televisor) Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute Changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC 1090 Tuesday Thru Friday 6 00-9-00 Wayne Barry 6 50 Farm News 7 40 News, Weather, Sports 9.00 Wally Hild 9 00 Checlme 12 00-3 00 Roy Rennick 12 20 Farm News 1 00 Gram Prices and Call of the Land 3 00-7 00 Jack Neufeld 5.20 News, Weather. Sports 7.0012 00 PaulTessier 12 00-6 00 Rod McDonald News is 20 mm to the hour and 20 mm after Bob Hesketh 8 50. 11 25. 1 25 CJOC 1220 5 00 Probe 1220 5 25 Sports 5 40 Market Report 5 41 Local News 6 00 World dt Six 7 50 Uedther. Sports 12 00 Hour ol Information 1 00 News and Gram Prices CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 00 10 00 p m Del King 10 01) 12 Midnight Concerts Overtures and Encores b 00-9 00 a m Don McMaster 9 00 a m -3 00 p m Concie s Carousel 3 OO-o 00 p m Don McMaster CBR 1010 THURSDAY 6 JO As It Happens 8 03 Theme.s and Variations 10 00 News 10 10 From The Capitals 10 15 Five A Week 10 30 Music and Opinion 11 03 The Inner Ear FRIDAY 5 30 Warm-Ups B 05 Calgary Eve Opener B 00 World at Eight 8 10 Eve Opener 12 (10 Midnight Sign Off on Monday Tuesdav thru Fndav Del King 9 00 World at Nine (J n Tins runtrv in the Summer 10 59 Time Signal 12.Of Hddiu Noon 1 20 Summer Scene 1 i5 Shirk Market 2 03 Summer Scene 2 30 Oil the Record 30 Hancock s Half Hour 4 00 BBC News 4 05 Home Run b 00 World at TABERVULTURES With COACH PIERRE JOUNOUD One Of The Teams Participating During Minor Soccer Week Sept. 2-8th CJOC TV O CABLE 6 CFCN TV ffi) CABLE 4 5-00 O Hollywood Squares Q News (D Password 5.25 (B Lucy 5 30 0) News O News O News 5-55 (B News 6 00 (D News 0 Double Movie 1 Senior Year 2 Man Hunter O Movie The Crowded Sky 6 30 (D Truth or Consequences