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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta C THE LETHBUOGI HfHAU? Sofvrrfay, Wtroory Brick-throwing children new threat in Belfast BELFAST (CP) Reinforced British troops, attempting to restore peace to this riot-torn city, faced a new pattern of taunting violence: brick-throw- ing children. The tots, some no more than five years old, appear around corners in the Roman Catholic ghettos, screaming and heaving bricks and stones at the lines of troops armed with clubs- and protected by shields. More serious are nail gren- ades vl-ich suddenly explode, shooting piercing nails into the bodies of the troops. Periodically, the troops move forward to scatter the bands of youths or dive into a house to arrest men wielding gasoline bombs. Maj-Gen. Tony Farrar-Hock- ley, troops commander, said the house raids have yielded an as- sortment of machine-guns, gaso- line bombs, pistols, rifles and other weapons. He blamed the latest round of riots on Irish Republican Army "provision- al breakaway guerrilla group. Reinforcing the British troops on duty are 600 new ar- rivals including men of the Royal Scots Greys commanded by the Duke of Kent whose three children are under detec- tive guard after receiving uni- dentified kidnap threats. The Royal Scots Greys are equipped with armored scout cars. HEAVY DAMAGE Frost during the Christmas season caused million in damage to Spanish crops, mostly citrus fruits. LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY -1 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 52 Nos......... Game No. 1.................. 50 10th Game Jackpot in 55 Nos. 11 Games Prize Money....... 20 All GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card All Wood Cards 5Qg Each Children Under 16 Net Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club room for members and their invited guests Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities HIGHLIGHTS EXTENDS CREDIT SMdea piiw fa> eiieod credit i the value of ?12.2 million to 'auzania, to help finance the expaneioa of the pvrer supply system in that country. SATURDAY SPORTS: Hockey, 6 p.m., Ch. 7: The New York Rangers face-off with the Vancouver Canucks. VARIETY: Pearl Bailey, p.m., Ch. 11: Guests are Cab Calloway, Liza Minnelli and Steve Lawrence. VARIETY: Glen Campbell, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: Guests are Dionne Warwick, Buddy Hackett, singer-composer Mac Davis and comic Norm Crosby. MOVIE: Night of the Iguana, p.m., Ch. I: Richard Burton, Ava Gardner and Deborah Kerr star in Tennessee Williams' story of a defrocked minister torn between tto spiritual and the carnal. COMEDY: Flip Wilson, 8 p.m., Ch. 13: Guests are Tony Randall, Lena Home and the Modern Jazz Quartet. MOVIE: The Neon Ceiling, t p.m., Ch. 13: A woman, unable to face responsibility for her failing marriage, seeks shelter at a roadside cafe. Stars Lee Grant and Gig Young. MOVIE: Rider In the Night, p.m., Ch. 11: A traitor is caught in the struggle between, the Dutch and British dur- ing the Boer War. With Annette DeVUliers. MOVIE: Notorious, p.m., Ch. 7: The 1916 drama of 1970 LETHBRIDGE OPTIMIST CLUB HIKE FOR tIKES Anyone Needing a Official Receipt For 1970 Income Tax Write BOX 1201, LETHBRIDGE University of Lethbridge ID] CONCERT SERIES 1970-71 SEASON HAROLD ZABRACK (piano) YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Wed., Feb. 1.0th 8.30 p.m. ADMISSION: ADULTS STUDENTS 506 Tickets at Leister's Music, University General Office, or at the door a youag espionage agent who is slowly being poisoned by her captors. Stars Ingrid Bergman and Gary Grant. MOVIE: The Borgia Stick, p.m., Ch. 13: A young couple plot to escape from the crime syndicate which em- ploys them. With Don Murray and Inger Stevens. SUNDAY SPORTS: Hockey, Noon, Ch. 9: The St. Louis Blues meet the Philadelphia Flyers. SPECIAL: Basketball, Noon, Ch. 11: An NBA game be- tween the Detroit Pistons and the Baltimore Bullets. SPORTS: Golf Tournament, 3 pan., Ch. 11: Filial-round action in the sixth Hawaiian Open Invitational. MOVIE: Wake Me When the War Is Over, p.m.. Ch. 13: A Second World War U.S. soldier falls into the bands of a German baroness. With Ken Berry and Eva Gabor. COMEDY: Odd Couple, p-m., Ch, 11: JoanHotchlds ot My World and Welcome to It guests as a doctor who treats Felix's allergies and causes heart palpitations in Oscar. ADVENTURE: Bayou Boy, p.m., Ch. 7: Mitch Vogd of the movie The Reivers stars as an orphan who sets out to find a silver church bell made by his father. NATURE: Untamed World, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: The second of four programs on Australian wildlife includes coverage of the birth of a red kangaroo. MOVIE: Flight of the Phoenix, 7 p.m., Ch. 11: James Stewart stars in a 1965 tense drama about a one-engine plane which crashes in the desert, stranding 12 passengers. COMEDY: Bill Cosby, p.m., Ch. 7: Herb Edelmcn (of Room 222) portrays a tobacco fiend who's trying, with Chefs help, to kick the habit. SPECIAL: Figure Skating, p.m-, Ch. 13: The North American Figure Skating Championships, with Vancouver's Karen Magnusson vying for top women's singles honors. DRAMA: Manipulators, p.m., Ch. 7: A teen ager who has stopped using drugs must decide to stick by bis pals or inform on them. With Marc Strange. SPECIAL: Man's Thumb on Nature's Balance, Ch. 9: A documentary by NBC News of a seal hunt on Alaskan islands. MOVIE: Four Days in November, Midnight, Ch. 7: An in-depth account of the four days surrounding former presi- dent Kennedy's assassination. MONDAY TALK: Today, 7, Ch. 9: The guest list this morning includes surrealist painter Salvador Dali. MOVIE: Little Egypt, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: A promoter for the Chicago Exposition engages a pretty dancer. Stars Mark Stevens and Rhonda Fleming. MOVIE: Only One New York, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: A tour of New York City, including Greenwich Village, Harlem and Chinatown. BESTWAY TELEVISION AND HOME FURNISHINGS CLOSE OUT Instant Credit! EASY PAYMENT NO MONEY DOWN BUY NOW! SAVE! ALL SALES FINAL! At 402 5th Street South SALE STARTS MONDAY 9 A.M.! (OPEN TILL P.M.) ALTA. GOVT CLOSE-OUT PERMIT NO. 889 NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES! LIMITED COMPLETE DISPOSAL! BESTWAY TV IS CLOSING ITS DOORS FOREVER! ALL STOCK MUST BE SOLD COMPLETE STOCK OF HOME FURNISHINGS MUST GO! TVs, STEREOS, RADIOS, SOFAS, CHAIRS, BEDROOM FURNITURE! Everything Priced To Sell Once In A Lifetime Opportunity! 19-INCH RCA BLACK AND WHITE PORTABLE TV Plastic Cabinet, Pre-set fine tuning CLOSE-OUT PRICE 129 .95 COFFEE TABLES END TABLES CLOSE-OUT PRICE 9-95 4'6" BOX SPRING and MATTRESS CLOSE-OUT PRICE 1.95 39 S-PIECE KITCHEN SUITE BRONZETONE CLOSE-OUT PRICE 39 .95 1971 MODEL RCA 25-INCH COLOR TV Black Matrix picture tube CLOSE-OUT SALE 569 19-INCH PHILCO COLOR TV Console Model CLOSE-OUT SALE 429 .95 SOFA and CHAIR 4 Seater, Wooden Arms, Diamond Back. CLOSE-OUT SALE 1.95 129 9'xl2' RUGS With Rubber Underlay CLOSE-OUT SALE 39 .95 3-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE DOUBLE DRESSER CHEST OF DRAWERS PANEL HEADBOARD CLOSE-OUT SALE 99-95 ELKTROHOME STEREO Solid State, Spanish Style, Credenza, Dielcraft Cab- inet CLOSE-OUT SALE HUNDREDS OF UNADVERTISED SPECIALS! EVERY SINGLE ITEM MARKED DOWN FOR QUICK DISPOSAL! 402 5th Street South Lethbridge Open Till 6 p.m. ONCE IN A LIFETIME SAVINGS! TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES New reserve force plan studied OTTAWA (CP) Defena Minister Donald Macdonald sai Friday consideration is bein given to extending the quol for, and duration of, student re- serve "forces programs and es tablishing another program for university graduates. Jack Marshall St. George's-St. Barbe) asked whether such programs are being considered in the light predicted high student unem ployment this summer. Mr. Macdonald said: "W have had proposals like th_s under consideration for qui some time." SMALL PERCENTAGE United SUtec marine insurar- ere are concerned about writing only million worth of insur- ance in 1968 in a billion dol- lar market. Socred MIA loses bid ATHABASCA (CP) Car Muller, Social Credit MLA fo Pembina, was defeated in has bid for nomination in Athabas- ca constituency for the next provincial election. Allan Gerlach of Rochester won ths nomination in a three- way race. Pembina riding was changed under redistribution, with Mr. Muller's home town of West- lock being included in the re- drawn Athabasca riding. Antonio Aioisio, who repre- sents Athabasca for the Social Credit party, has announced he will retire when the next pro- vincial election is called. Movie director walks out GRANADA, Spain (AP) Veteran film director John Huston has walked out on the making of a movie after a dis- pute with actor George C. Scott and other cast members, an MGM spokesman said here. The spokesman added that Richard Fleischer has arrived in Granada to replace Huston. Scott described the disagree- ment as "an esthetic disagree- ment" but declined to go into details. The MGM spokesman said Tina Aumont, the film's lead- ing lady, also walked out, as did some crew members. Miss Aumont's replacement has not been announced. FIRE KOSTHERN, Sask. (CP) Fire of undetermined origin caused an estimated damage to a farm implement sales building hero, SATURDAY NIOHT Scorn News Indian Action Set Kit Music Daryl Ftrgusofl Doug AnHrun IUNDAT News Rob News Christian science CJOC it Newi Rob Insrem Church Broadcast News Pete Snow iM New Funny You Should Say That Mujlc Seen. Capitol Report Continental Holiday Hour of Decision Voice of Prophecy Sunshine Evangel Sunday Magazine Hour CHEC Newi on the) Hour Wlhr., Sports MONDAY Jim Elliott News, Kthr, Sport News, Wthr, Sport Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry Probe 1220 News, Wlhr, Sport News and Grain Prices Jack Matinee Bob Lang World ah Six SATURDAY NIOHT Back to the Bible Music Interlude World Tomorrow a.m. Simul- cast CHEC-FM CNEC-FM News fifteen minutes to the hour. SATURDAY Dill Brown J. D MacAlllster Chuck Tanner SUNDAY Breakfast with CHEC Morning Melodies Total information Hour Carousset with Richard Cordon Dinner Showcase with Jack Davles Mennonlte Hour Showcase world Tomorrow Back to God Simulcast CHEC-FM John Henry Oliver fifteen minute! Ron Legge to the hour. on the Half Hour SUNDAY John Charles Rick Rlchardl Evolution MONDAY Breakfast with Ron Rosvold Farm Show Total Information Total Information Hour Music With Gerry Glvens Stock Market Sports, News, Weather CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Rev. Fortran World at Eight Commentary News and weather Galloping Gourmet Oerrusif SATURDAY NIGHT Capital Report Our Native Land Inside from thl Outside Celebration! The Cross Country Check-Up Regional Weather TEA Variety Pak Your Two Bucks Worth Metronome Pratley at tht Movies CBG Stage Anthology _......- What's New Say That Music Past Mid- National News night Sports SUNDAY Studio 71 Morning Concert Continental children's Stories Holiday Voice of tht Symphony Hall Pioneer Music Prairie Gardener Don 51ms Show Sunday Magazine ununav Sunday Supplement MONDAY National Arti Eye oaener centre Orch. News Nathan Cohen Morning Concert Funny You Should Consumers Matinee Casting about with John Fisher Radio Noon Afternoon School Broadcast Matinee Personality Afternoon Concert Actuality News Tempo Max Ferguson BESTWAY TV AND HOME FURNISHINGS CLOSE-OUT SALE CLOSE-OUT PERMIT NO. 889 STARTS MONDAY! WE'RE GOING OUT OF BUSINESS IN LETHBRIDGE EVERYTHING IS PRICED TO SELL! OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS FURNITURE APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4th Ave. 5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) SATURDAY NIGHT 5: DO Buqs Bunny (c) COO York Vancouver Country Tima (c) Movie: Ski Party News (c) Prov. Teleprobe 7 Movie: Notorious SUNDAY Rex Humbartf Faith for Today Crossroads Movie: of the Hawk corgi Dog Shsw TBA Country Canada Hymn Sing Beyond Belief Butler's Beat Sunday Hour The New Majority News Audabon Reach for tha -Toi World of Disney (cl Adventures in Rainbow Country Bill Cosby Show (c) Ed Sullivan Sunday at Mint Weekend (c) News Nations Business Teleprobs 7 Whtteside Travel Movie: Four Days in November MONDAY Mr. Dressup Alberta School! Friendly Giant [c) Chez Helena Sesame Street (c) Children's Hour Movie: Little Egypt (c) Our Town TaKe Thirty Edge of Night (C) Galloping Gourmet Drop In Huckleberry Hound CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4} SATURDAY NIGHT Wide World of sports (c) Kingo Bingo News Oil Report (c) Apollo Report Glen Campbell (c) Flip Wilson (c) Movie: Neon Celling (c) News Flight of Apollo XIV (c) News (c) Movie: The Borgia Stick (c) SUNDAY Thought for Day News (c) Oral Roberts Day of Dbcovery Cottonplckers {c) Window on Britali Rural Report Western Canada Rex Humbard (c) Market Place (c) Pentecost Presents Wild Kingdom Travel with Dasilva World Tomorrow Tom Jones Question Period University Challenge (c) Movie: Wake Me whon tha War Is Over (c) Untamed World Figure Skating (c) Here's Lucy (c) W5 {c) Marcus Welby CTV News Ic) News (c) MacPherson Report Sports Digest MONDAY Thought for Day News (c) University of Air Miss Helen Sand Box All About You Parlons Franca Man Trap In Conversation Pierre Berton (c) Peyton Place Beat the Clock Lucy Show Buckshot Movie: Only One New York Jury Trials Another World Trouble wilh Tracy I Dream of Jeannie Woody Woodpecker Fiintstones (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) SATURDAY NIGHT NHL News Children's Film News (c) Fest Mission Impossible Animal World Flip Wilson News Movie: Night of Lassie the iquana Arnle (c) Nams of Gam Concentration (c) Family Affair Squares (c) Jeopardy (c) Who, What, Where Gai Wild Kingdom (c) News {el Disney's World of Another World SUNDAY Living World Sommerset (c) As the World Turns Our Lives (c) The Doctors (c) Another World City Color (c) Bill Cosby (c) Bonanza _......_ ____ Bold ones {c) Tom and Jerry (c) Medical Centre Revival Fires (c) Hogan's __, _.., Rex Humbard 10-30 Four In One (c) Edge of Night (c) Kathryn Kuhlman The Law and You Gomer Pyle Face the Nation urnjmiv Griffin Show Farm News MONDAY m Hillbillies Tabernacle Choir Our World News TBA Salute Agriculture NBC Nightly News Meet the Press Today Show (c) Green Acres Look Up and Live Today in Montana News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) SATURDAY NIGHT Andy Williams Pearl Bailey Lawrence Welk That Girl Glen Campbell News Movie: Rider In the Might SUNDAY Farm News Smokey Bear Johnny Quest cattanooga Cats Bullwinklf) (c) Discovery tc) This is the Life Christophers Sacred Heart Proqram Direction! Issues and Answers Basketball Detroit at American Sportsman Golf TBA Odd Couple (c) FBI Movie: Flight of the Phoenix (c) American Wilderness