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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE August WooKvortR MONTH-END CLEARANCE FRAMED SKETCHES B W charcoal prints. Approx 12'x24" (LIMITED QUANTITIES) FRAMED PICTURES kflfl Approx. Glass HJU covered. Colored and 00 B W scenes MEN'S STYLE SHOES 3 styles, brown only 6 00 LADIES' SLACKS Assorted styles and sizes in 100% polyester LADIES' PULLOVERS Long sleeve turtlenecks. Blue, pink, yellow LADIES' PULLOVERS 3 colors Turtleneck styling goo 500 300 DENIM LOOK DUSTER Short sleeves with con- trasting red thread LADIES' SLEEPING GOWN Waltz length. 4 styles to choose from ACTION SHIRT Sizes S.M.L.XL. 50% cotton, 50% polyester ooo 300 400 CANVAS BAGS Vinyl trim, assorted colors, many uses 3 00 MEN'S KNIT T-SHIRTS 2 styles Summer Clearance MEN'S BOY'S SQUALL JACKETS m Contrasting white zipper BOY'S CORDUROY SLACKS Half boxer, fully lined S.zesT. 8. 10. 12 00 '00 MEN'S LUMBERJACK 100% flannelette. OOO Clearance Price MEN'S HOSE Dress nylon. Black, brown, navy and 1 00 white ASSORTED VASES Glass and Ceramic !00 CHOCOLATE COVERED i c vcncu A A MOIRS CHERRIES X00 mm T PLANTER BOXES CARPET PIECES Two sizes in orange Many assorted C5r 00 ........W colors. Approx. WR I and avocado BATH TOWELS Woven patterns Pink, lilac, green, orange FACE CLOTHS To match above towels colors. Approx. CRIMP Assorted solid shades POLYESTER THREAD 4 00 Many assorted I colors. 225 yds. per spool too 00 2-PCE LUGGAGE SET 1 I A Avocado and blue I CHIP FOAM 2-lb. bag ASSORTED TOYS Pre-school toys, pull toys and plaque kit TALKING RAGGEDY ANDY Says 8 dif- ferent phrases BATH MAT Approx. Lime and lilac BRIEF CASES Checked vinyl with side pocket 100 !00 ALL PURPOSE OLIVE OIL CREAM 16fl. oz. jar BEAVER PEANUTS 2 Ib. cello bag 1 25 SUDDEN BEAUTY HAIR SPRAY Spray can. 425 gm............... WEBCOR 8 TRACK STEREO WATER nn CANTEEN 00 2 sizes to choose from GILBERT 00 AM. FM, 8 track with 2 matching speakers FRAMED MIRROR Italian styled............ 00 POTTERY CRAFT Everything needed for pottery................ B W TELEVISION 300 1 nnoo I UU BABY BONUS CONTEST CASH YOUR FAMILY ALLOWANCE CHEQUE AND ENTER. YOU COULD WIN A GIFT CERTIFICATE. King of hoboes Slow-Motion-Shorty was named the new King of the Hoboes at the annual Britt Hobo convention in Masi Britt, Pennsylvania. Since there was no crown to place on his head he kept his hat on. He says he is 'lately from Rochelle, Illinois.' Kramer version of Galley trial on ABC this fall LOS ANGELES (AP) "This isn't some animal or monster. This is a human be- ing who committed a monstrous act." Producer-director Stanley Kramer was giving his inter- pretation of the misdeeds of Lieut. William Calley, con- victed in the deaths of at least 22 civilians in the My Lai massacre in South Vietnam. The Kramer version will be seen on ABC Television this fall as the third in his series of notable trials. "What Kramer mused on the day before start- ing the taping of the show. "How did William Calley go from Miami, Fla., to My Lai? "I'm not going to supply any panacea, not even a middle-of- the-road panacea. But I will suggest his basic orientation, which was that the Red Chinese would be occupying San Francisco within two weeks. "Those soldiers were in- doctrinated. Anyone in a village could be the women, old people. The only answer was to everything that moved." Kramer said he is no apolog- ist for Calley, although the two men have become ac- quainted since the trial. The director went to Galley's trial with the intention of staying one day. He remained for five weeks. A number of his movies dealt with seemingly un- Presented by LETHBRIDGE GYRO CLUB SATURDAY, AUGUST 31st p.m. and p.m. EXHIBITION GROUNDS Gates Open One Hour Before Show Time Canadian International AEIUUSTS CLOWNS WILD ANIMALS BAT ELEPHANTS ALL NEW Edition popular issues. He treated bigotry in Home cf the Brave and The Defiant Ones, war crimes in JuJgment at Nuremburg, nuclear disaster in On the Beach, thought control in Inherit the Wind. Kramer's television series started in January with The Trial of Julius and Ethel Rose- nberg. In June came The Court Martial of the Tiger of Yamashita. Tony Musante, of the Toma television series, plays the leading role in The Court Mar- tial of Lieut. William Calley. Thieves beat TV monitors PICKERING, Ont. Clos- ed circuit television was used to monitor shoppers in a store near here until two of the television sets were stolen. Durham regional police say the sets, valued at each, were stolen from Knob Hill Farms sometime this month. LABOUR WEEKEND SPECIAL [oni Family Size PEPSI OR DIET PEPSI CLIP THIS AD for FREE PASS Admit one child under 12 years of age, when an adult purchases a ticket at gate. Child Par Paying Adult Plus Deposit OR I Plus Deposit (at all participating dealers) TV highlights THURSDAY MOVIE ADVENTURE: The Horse Soldiers, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. An exciting dramatization of Colonel Grierson's spectacular Civil War raid. William Holden, John Wayne, Constance Towers. 1959, 2 hrs. MOVIE DRAMA: Secret World, 7 p.m., Ch. 9. This program centers on a withdrawn youngster and his romantic interest in his uncle's youthful mistress. Jacqueline Bisset, Jean Francios Maurm. 1968. 2 hrs. DOCUMENTARY: This Land, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Environment vs. progress, traced is the history of the Quesnel River in B.C. and its near destruction as a salmon-breeding river. MOVIE DRAMA: The Story of Mankind, p.m., Ch. 11. A star studded cast tells a fanciful version of Hendrik Van Loon's .book depicting great events in history. Hedy Lamarr Ronald Colman, The Marx Brothers, Virginia Mayo. 1957, 2 hrs MOVIE THRILLER: Twice Told Tales, 12 midnight, Ch. 7. Bargain bill, conjures some creeps tailored for Vincent Price. Dr. Heidigger's Experiment, Rappaccini's Daughter and The House of Seven Gables. 1963, 1 hr. 20 min. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Televison 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 6J50 Farm News 1 40 News. Weather. Sports 9-00 Wally Hild 9 00 Checline 12 00-3 00 Roy Rennick 12-20 Farm News Grain 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 HeskethB.50. 11 25, CJOC 1220 5 00 Probe 1220 5 25 Sports 5 40 Market Report 5 41 Local News MONDAY thru FRIDAY CHEC-FM 100.9 00 a Don McMaster 6-00 World at Six 7.50 News. Weather. Sports 12-00 Hour of Information l-oo News and Gram Prices 6 00-10 00 p m Del Kmg M ,i 00-6 00 Don McMaster CBR THURSDAY 6 30 As It Happens 10 00 News 10 10 From The Capitals 10 15 Five Nights A Week 10 80 Music and Opinion 11 03 The Inner Ear FRIDAY 5-30 Warm-Ups 6 05 Calgary Eye Opener 8 00 World at Eight 8 10 Eve Opener 1010 Del King 9 00 World at Nine 9 13 C nuntrv in the Summer 10 59 Time Signal 12 03 Radio Noon 1 20 Summer Scene 1 55 Slock Market 2 03 Summer Scene 2 30 Off the Record 3 30 Hancock's Half Hour 4 00 BBC News 4 05 Home Run fi 00 World at Six Bantam FIORINO ROVERS with Coach DAVE MAJORS one of the teams participating in MINOR SOCCER WEEK SEPT. 2-8th cjoc TV a CFCN TV (B CABLE 6 CABLE 4 5-00 O Hollywood Squares 0 News 01 Password 5 25 Lucy 5-30 (D News O News O News 5-55 Streets of San Francisco (D News O News 10-30 O Tonight Show Ot Movie. The Story of Mankind O En Route News O National 11-20O News