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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD Friday, December 1974 Zellers SATURDAY SUPER SAVERS Merchandise on Sale Friday to p.m. and all Day Saturday a.m. to p.m. LIMITED QUANTITIES. GIFT IPEAS FOR 1396 YOUR CHILDREN FISHER PRICE AIRPORT LITE RRITE Reg. 10.96 7" COMMAND CONTROL FOOTRALL GAME 12.44 TRIPLE HEAD PHILISHAVER Reg. 23.88 19 LADIES' SPANISH LEATHER HANDBAGS Shoulder ______ OFF ASSORTED WESTCLOX TIMEX WATCHES ladies childrens. Now 20 OFF REMINGTON MARK IV RECHARGABLE SHAVER 44.88 SUNBEAM MIST STICK CURLING IRONS 1C IV -Reg. 19.96 ASSORTED DRESS SHOES -For men, women and boys girls. -Reg. to 14.96........ SO Ml KINGS REGULARS CIGARETTES 200's carton. Limit 2 cartons per customer 4 MISSES 100% POLYESTER PULLOVERS -Turtle neck Crew neck. Reg. 7.96 POLYESTER GIRLS'SLIMS -Sizes 7-14 Reg. 5.96 3 96 MEN'S SUBURBAN COATS collars pile Vs OFF lining. LEES LEVIS G.W.G. LADIES' JEANS M2 -Size 8-18 -Reg. 18.95 BOYS' LEVI JEANS -Size 8-18 -Reg. 11.95 MEN'S G.W.G. JEANS -Size 28-38 -Reg. 17.95 1 1 COMPONENT CONSOLE mm STEREOS 25% Off Wide assortment. Now MEN'S STANDFIELD T-SHIRT OR BRIEFS -sizes s.m.l.xl. -Reg. 2.00___ MEN'S BATH ROBE -Sizes s.m.l.x. -Reg. 18.00 13 BOYS' DRESS SHIRTS -Size 8-18. -Reg. 5.66 3 MEN'S DISCONTINUED DRESS PANTS 30% OFF MEN'S 100% ACRYLIC PULLOVERS -Sizes m-l-xl. -Reg. 10.96 7 LADY REMINGTON SHAVER -Twin head-built in light -Reg. 22.88 16 S. E. WOODS DOWNFILLED SKI JACKET Men's Ladies'. Reg. 45.88 ASSORTED CHRISTMAS CARDS -Zellers 50 pak. -Reg. 2.96 1 QUEEN SIZE BLANKETS -thermal regular -Reg.to 14.96 SHIPMENT OF FREEZERS 16 cu.1, Limited Quantities 9QQ W W 96 ASSORTED CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS Now 30 OFF FURNITURE THROWS %OFF styles and ASSORTED DISCONTINUED END TABLES-COFFEE TABLES and LAMPS 25% OFF NOW ZELLERS COUNTY FAIR Locattd in Zellers Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive. Open Daily a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to p.m. Telephone 328-8171. Cleo Laine top world pop singer By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD (NBA) Last summer, I went to the Hollywood Bowl to see Hank Mancini. He was great, as always, but I came away cap- tivated by his co-star that night. Before then, I had never even heard of Cleb Laine. She is, very possibly, the greatest pop singer in the world. She can do things with her voice that make Barbra Streisand sound like a rusty hinge. She is utterly thrilling. I made a point to see her again, on her next West Coast visit, and to spend some time with her. She and her husband, John Dankworth, who is a brilliant musician and her conductor, were on a whirlwind visit, but gave me some time. GRACIOUS Cleo Laine is a gracious, beautiful woman. Her father is a Jamaican, her mother "an English lady." Her real name is Clementina Campbell, but when she started her career, her hus- band thought that was too long for a marquee. "I'd always been called she says, "so we changed that to Cleo and found Laine somewhere. It's been a lucky name." She has only recently late 1972 tried her wings in the U.S. Well-established in England, she had' enough there, with her career, her home, her two children. she says, "I didn't want to come here and just be another singer. I didn't necessarily want to be better, but I certainly wanted to be different." So, she waited, she says, un- til she had "eliminated all the influences" on her. Now, she feels, she is herself and has a recognizable style. She and John both felt that she should start her American career in the concert field. "I didn't want to be a cabaret she says. So, she began at Carnegie Hall, which automatically set her apart. And that's precise- ly where she belongs apart. "When you roll a stone down a John Dankworth says, "you don't always get an avalanche. We've rolled the stone down. Now we'll have to see what happens. In a year, we could be so big, we'd have to spend all our time here." That could very easily happen. Pick up one of Cleo Laine's three RCA albums for their musical treat of the year. FAD SWEEPING The occult fad is sweeping along. Movies and TV shows about the occult are doing well. Wondering why, I asked an expert. I can't tell you the expert's real name, however. The reason is that he's an occult moonlighter (naturally) and by day, he's a professor of philosophy at a Los Angeles college. He calls himself David Farren in his occult life, however, and it is as David Farren that he has written a book called "Living With all about witchcraft. KELLY'S STEREO MART Proudly presents IN PERSON "FOG HAT" ALSO SPECIAL GUESTS LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION SUNDAY, DEC. 8th p.m. Advance tickets on sale at Kelly's Stereo, Musicland, Leisters Music, and Shoppers Drug Mart. also available at the door. Produced by Gold 6 Gold Brimeatone This will be the last big Concert of the year Don't miss it! CLEO LAINE TV highlights FRIDAY CARTOON SPECIAL: Yei, Virfiita, There is Santa Clause, 7 p.m., Ch. 11. A little girl asks for confirmation of her belief in Santa Clause from the editor of The New York Sun. The true story is done in animatlonn and features the voices of Jim Backus and Courtney Lemmon. CARTOON SPECIAL: Dr. Semi, p.m., Ch. 13. "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" is a holiday tale told in verse by Boris Karloff. The Grinch is out to steal Christmas from Who- ville. DRAMA SPECIAL: Man Without A Country, p.m., Ch. 11. Aaron Burr is conspring to set up an independent govern- ment and the drama centres around the young Army officer who conspires with him and is charged with treason, convicted and sentenced to a lifetime at sea. CARTOON SPECIAL: Frosty the Snowman, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. Jimmy Durante is the narrator for the animated adventures of the snowman "who came to life one only to find that life for a snowman is not all fun. The voice of Frosty is Jackie Ver- non. DOCUMENTARY SPECIAL: Dial 100, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. George Murray hosts this look at Alexander Graham Bell, who m. invented the principle of the telephone. The hour com- 1 IfTt 8 memorates the centennial of his discovery. Tiny ex-wife on welfare HASTINGS, Neb. (AP) Tiny Tim says he is surprised at reports that his estranged wife, Miss Vicki, is on welfare. "To tell you the honest truth, this report took me by surprise, and it was a Tiny Tim told reporters after a performance at a night spot here. 'The entertainer, thrust into stardom six years ago, is making a comeback attempt. Tiny Tim said Miss Vicki left him earlier this year and went to live with her mother. "She said she was tired of our marriage, and wanted to leave. She told me she was working in a boutique in Camden." The two were married in 1969 on-the NBC Tonight Show as an estimated 45 million viewers watched. Earlier this week, the Philadelphia Sunday Bulletin reported that Miss Vicki was on the welfare rolls in Camden County, N.J. The report quoted a welfare worker as saying Miss Vicki, whose maiden name is Vic- toria Budinger, has been receiving a month since Aug. 28. The singer said he called his lawyer in New York, and had been assured that regular payments to Miss Vicki were being made for the support of the couple's daughter, Tulip. Role switch SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) Television actor George Stan- ford Brown, who plays a policeman in The Rookies was in court as a victim rather than a cop. Brown testified here at a preliminary hearing for Ivanhoe Spencer Jackson, 26, charged with forging cheques reported stolen from Brown's Beverly Hills home. Brown said he believes a woman whom he interviewed for a housekeeper's job took the blank cheques. Jackson was ordered bound over for trial. THIS WEEKEND At the LEGION Friday Cabaret "The Metros" Saturday Cabaret "The Metros" Vimy Lounge "Dave Gordon" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY SPECIAL GUEST BREAKFAST MEETING Saturday Morning, Die. 7 9 i.m. EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL PRICE or coma heir speaker at 10 a.m. SPECIAL GUEST FATHER CLAIRE WATRIN O.8.B. Catholic Chaplain at the College and University. Active in retreat work, live-ins and in the Catholic Charismatic renewal. Presented by FULL GOSPEL BUSINESS MEN'S FELLOWSHIP INTERNATIONAL CANADA DRY RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are htted by the Radio and Television Stations Any vari- ation in program schedule is due to IflSt minute chpnges by thr and is not the responsibility of Chinook Beveragei Limited or The Lethhndge Herald CHEC 1090 New is 20 min to the hour and 20 after 6'50 Farm News 7.40 News. Weather. Sports 12 40 News, Weather. Sports 1-00 Grain Prices 5 20 News. Weather. Sports News is 20 Minutes to the Hour and 20 Minutes After 12 25 Canada Winter Games Countdown 12.30 News, Weather. Sports CJOC 1220 Friday Night 5-00 Probe 1220 Sports 5.40 Market Report 5-41 Local News 6.00 World at Six 6 00 News 7-30 News. Weather. Sports 12 00 News 5'15 Soccer Results 5.40 Sports 5-53 News CHEC-FM 100.9 Monday thru Friday 9 00 a m.-3 00 p m Concie's Carousel 10 00-12 Midnight Concerts. Overtures and Encores 12-00 Midnight Sign Off On Monday thru Friday 6 30 As It Happens 8 03 Between Ourselves 9-00 Music West 10.10 From the Capitals 10 15 Five Night a Week 10 30 Major Progression Saturday 6 10 Sat Play Back 7.10 Sat Sports Play Back Saturday 3-OM-OO Concerts Overtures Encores 12-00 Concie's Carousel (All Night) CBR 1010 9 00 Sat. Folks 9-30 Family Favorites 10.03 Danny Fmkleman 10 59 Time Signal 11 30 Inside from the Outside 12 10 Our Native Land 1 03 Native Voice of Alberta 1 30 Pick of the Goons 2-03 Opera Romeo Et Juliette 5 03 Music from the Middle 6 10 Radio Exchange CANADA FREE RECIPES SPICED APPLE NOG 1 egg white 1 teaspoon sugar 1 cup apple juice 1 teaspoon ginger 1 teaspoon cinnamon Dash of nutmeg 2 large bottles of CANADA DRY GINGER ALE Beat the egg white until it forms soft peaks. Beat In sugar Combine apple juice, ginger and cinnamon and fold Into egg. Pour into 4 tall glasses. Fill with Canada Dry Ginger Ale Mix gently. Sprinkle nutmeg on top OPTIONAL: Add your favourite liquor to taste Serves 4 tall glasses. ___________________ KKTV 3 CABLE O KFBB TV 5 CABLE O> 5 00 O Hollywood Squares 0 Password O News 5 30 O News ID Let's Make A Deal 0 News O News 6-00 OD News O Planet of the Apes ID News O Hee Haw 6 30 (D Truth or Consequences 09 Nakia 7 00 O Yes, Virginia. There Is A Santa Claus O Movm' On O Sanford and Son 7-30 09 Dr Suess O The Man Without A Country O Chico The Man 8-00 O All in the Family O Rockford File (Q Frosty the Snowman 8-30 09 Adam 12 9 00 ID The Night Stalker 09 Movie. McMillan Wife O Something Special Tony Martin O Dial 100 10 00 O Manhunter Q News 0) News 10-30 01 Movie. Speedway O Tonight Show 11 00 O National ffi News 11-20 II Movies. 1 The Innocents 2 55 Dats in Peking 11.20 OD News 12.00 O Midnight Special OB Movie. White Commanche 2 10 OD Rock Concert Morning 01 Farm News 6-00 O Telecourse O Yogi's Gang 6-30 B Bugs Bunny Pinnochio 0) Thought for the Day O Jeannie CJOC TV O CFCN TV Q> CABLE 6 CABLE 4