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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, January 16, 1975 Organ for 12th century French cathedral France, Canada at odds over site for gift ST. MALQ, France (Reuter) France and Canada are gently at odds over the positioning of a Cana- dian gift organ for a 12th- century French cathedral. Mindful of history and senti- western France, ment, the Canadian govern-" St. Malo is delighted, but ment wants to give the 000 organ to St. Vincent Cathedral, pride of the old walled seaport of St. Malo in after nearly four years of negotiations with Ottawa and Paris the town cannot agree where the gift should go. Between two pillars in the nave, suggest the Canadians. Sorry, says St. Malo, that would jar esthetic sen- sibilities. St. Male's counter- Radio SALE ENDS FEB. SAVE MC-1000 A SOUND SAVING Realistic MC-1000. The compact, bookshelf system with real FULL-SIZED SOUND. Its 8" acoustic suspension woofer deli- vers the deep bass you like, and the special "foam-suspension" tweeter keeps the treble clean and well-defined. Hz response for sound that satisfies fussy listeners. Walnut veneer enclosure. 8 ohms. Five-year parts and labor guarantee. Regular 69.50 NOW ONLY 36 95 Each 40-1980 40-1981 SAVE '5390 Realistic STA-15 Stereo Receiver. Look at the price, the features you'll be amazed. The amplifier provides full power and fantastic sound all the way down to 30 Hz. One of the best values in hi-fii Realistic MC-500 Speakers. Accurate, wide-range sound in an en- closure about a third the size you'd expect. Hz response, 8 STA-15 and 2 MC-500 Speaker Systems Reg. Separate Item Price ohms. 179 95 20-152 Realistic DX-160 Receiver. "The onw with guts" now better than ever. Our widely acclaimed communiciitions receiver has been im- proved with FET's in ALL critical stages for even more sensitivity and selectivity. It offers exciting, full five-band coverage from 1.50 Hz to 30 MHz, with electrical bandsprcad for 160-10 meters (Ham and CB) the owner's manual has SW conversion data. A product detector and variable BFO assure supe- rior SSB and CW reception, too. TUNE IN THE WORLD! DX-160 RECEIVER Regular 199" NOW ONLY LV-10 "HIGH- VELOCITY HEADPHONES 33-1004 NOW ONLY Unique electro-acoustical design and'2" dynamic elements assure full fidelity with clean, extended bass. The LV-10 venls the back of the earpieces without raising resonance or inhibiting transient res- pons'e. The result: wide-range Hz response with less than 10' coiled cord, plug. ohms. Radio 327-5th St. S. Downtown, Lethbridge H CO. OF CANADA LIMITED UNE DIVISION DE TANDY LEATHER CO. DU CANADA LIMITEE Phone 328-9466 A Message From Our President Because of the wide response to Radio Schack products in Canada, our sales have increased 71% over the past year. Despite rising material and labour costs Radio Shack DID NOT RAISE a single selling price in "Company" stores since issuing our 1975 catalogue in October. We have now decided NOT TO RAISE A PRICE at least through to June 1975 in these stores. In addition we will continue our tradition of periodic PRICE REDUCTIONS to make Radio Shack products even more affordable. By holding the line against increases we help not only our customers but also our suppers and our employees, actually thousands of people. It is Our way of saying THANKS to you and them. And it's our way of saying to the country as a whole: we can and must fight inflation. This applies to all 231 company owned and operated stores In Canada. just inside the 'church frowned on by Canada because the organ would be too far from the cathedral's central axis for even tonal distribution. So stalemate genteel standoff involving masses of architectural blueprints, letters to the local newspaper and a vote among parishioners that went heavily against the Canadian proposals. Everybody insists they do not want to offend Canada, but patience may be wearing thin. "It is high time we settled this matter once and for says St. Malo Mayor Marcel Planchet. "I think the Cana- dians are getting fed up." He is writing to the French cultural ministry in Paris, urging a round-table conference among five main groups, including government representatives of Canada and France. The irony is that in offering the organ to St. Malo, Ottawa is seeking to honor the Frenchman who did much to pioneer a French presence in Canada. The Frenchman is explorer Jacques Cartier, who sailed from his St. Malo hometown in 1534 on a voyage of dis- covery which led to St. Malo being dubbed the cradle of Canada. Mayor Planchet plans to strengthen these ties. His program envisages a 1976 world yacht race from Canada to St. Malo, reversing the route Jacques Cartier took in 1534. Round-the-world yachtsman Alain Colas has agreed to take part. TV highlights THURSDAY WESTERN: Bonanza, 6 p.m., Ch. 9. Michael Landon stars as Joe, Hoss, Candy and a young woman are pursued by an ac- cused killer's brothers. CARTOON SPECIAL: Yankee Doodle Cricket, 7 p.m., Ch. 11. This tale is about the Revolutionary ancestors of the Connec- ticut cricket named Chester, and his friends Harry the cat and Tucker the mouse. The adventures are set during the War for Independence. COMEDY: Odd Couple, p.m., Ch. 11. Tony Randall and 'ack Klugnian are joined by Roone Arledge and Jack Carter as Felix helps Oscar get a job as a co-anchor man with Howard Cosell. VARIETY: Carol Burnett, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. DETECTIVE DRAMA: Streets of San Francisco, 8 p.m., Ch. 11 and 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Karl Maiden and Michael Douglas star as a skeleton is found on Alcatraz Island of a convict who sup- posedly escaped in the 1950s and has been writing letters to his family ever since. PEPSI RADIO AND TV LISTINGS CHEC 1090 Entertainer says career injured by CIA probe LOS ANGELES (Reuter) Entertainer Eartha Kitt, recently reported to have been a target of Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) investigations, says her career has suf- fered and she has been forced to work largely abroad because of her 1968 attack on the Viet- nam War during a White House reception. The New York Times reported recently that the Johnson administra- tion ordered the CIA to report on Miss Kitt's movements after she openly criticized the Vietnam War at a reception given by Lady Bird Johnson. "As a result, primari- ly of that one public statment, I have since suffered much ridicule and hostility, not to mention problems with my Miss Kitt said in the Los Angeles Times. "Now I have learned from press reports that, in addition to everything else, the Central Intelligence Agency has been stick- ing its nose into my per- sonal affairs ap- parently part of its il- licit snooping on U.S. citizens." Miss Kitt, 46, said many others criticized the Vietnam War at the time and she felt she was singled out for economic reprisal because she is black. She said after the White House incident most of her nightclub, hotel and television talk show appearances were cancelled and she was not.asked back. MONDAY !hru FRIDAY Farm News News, Weather. Sports News, Wlhr. Sports Grain Prices News, Weather, Sports News is 20 min. to the hour and 20 min. after CJOC1220 .THURSDAY World at Six Probe 1220 Sports Market Report Local News Sports Hour of Information News and Grain Prices CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY p.m. Concie's Carousel Midnight Concerts Overtures and Encores CBR 1010 THURSDAY As It Happens Themes and Variations From the Capitals Five Nights a Week Jazz Unlimited Best of P.M. Jazz FRIDAY Calgary Eye Opener The World at Seven World at Eight Eye Opener BBC News This Country in the Morning Time Signal Radio Noon Your Forum School Broadcast Canadian Concert Hall World at Six Chinatown tops film nominations HOLLYWOOD (Reuter) Chinatown, Roman Polanski's drama about corruption in high places in Los Angeles, topped the nominations list here for the Foreign Press Association's Golden Globe award for best motion pic- ture. It received seven nominations. Godfather II, the sequel to the 1972 award winning film The Godfather, was second with six and the Towering Inferno, about a fire in a skyscraper, was .third with five. The winners are to be an- nounced at a ceremony in Hollywood on Jan. 25. Hope accepts parade post WINCHESTER, Va. (AP) Comedian Bob Hope, who was grand marshal of the 22nd Shenandoah apple blossom festival parade here 26 years agq, will fill the same role in the 48th festival May 3. "You certainly waited long enough to ask me Hope said in a letter. ROBERT STACK TV censor barometer NEW YORK (AP) Question: Would The Un- touchables, with all its gun- smoke and bullet riddled bodies, get by a net work censor today amid the current flap over whether TV shows contain too much violence? "You're asking me a ques- tion nobody has the answer to because nobody knows what the network censor says Robert Stack, who played Eliot Ness in the famour ABC series from 1959 to 1963. "The censor is merely a barometer that says 'where'll we go' and 'let's not lose our broadcasting licences.' Stack, who turned 56 Mon- day and looks 10 years younger, was in New York yesterday to promote The Honorable Sam Houston, an ABC special in which he stats be broadcast Jan. 22. AMATEUR BOXING ALBERTA-ELIMINATION for Canada Winter Games Reps Featuring the best amateurs in Alberta JANUARY 18th Held At Lethbridge Collegiate 5th Avenue and 1 8th Street South p.m. Admission per person. Zenith Eyeglass Hearing Aid Make the right decision now and try this reliable Zenith Carlyle aid at no obligation. And if within 10 days' after purchase you aren't completely satis- fied, you may return the aid and your money, except for the cost of a custom earmold; will be refunded. Batteries for all makes of hearing aids. The quality gees in before the njrne goes on. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. F. A. LUSTER, CMHM HMrtnf AM AmKolOlM "Helping the hard oi hearing since 1943" Paramount ThMtrtBldg. 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