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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 _ THE IETHBRIDGE HERAIP SHE Wednesday, July 5, 1972 HUNTERS VAY Arctic terns, commuting from Hunters mill fishermen pi'pv Souih to North 1'ole, sec more daylight creature. olllcr ided nearly ?250 million Tor fish and wildlife restoration in the United States in 1971. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 53 NUMBERS BONUS JACKPOT IN 58 NOS. IN 59 NOS. IN 60 NOS. If no bingo called after 60 nos-, wa will continue for NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AtLOWEDl PUBUC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, JULY TOWN TRIO" FRIDAY, JULY JULEPS" SATURDAY, JULY She's young ami prelly loo Ladv engineer runs scenic railroad C? McNARY, Ariz. (AP) Casey Jones would do n quick double take if lie saw one of the engineers climb down from the locomotive of the While Moun- tain Scenic Railroad. Overalls, peaked cap and grease-stained face not wilh- slamling, the engineer undoubt- edly is female and a young, a 21 year- pretty one at Ihat. She's Piim old denial liygienist hy profes- sion and a railway buff by avo- cation. She helps at the Ihroltle of the train on weekends and holidays for the 40-mile round trip Trumpeter over concert pay jazz festival had problem EATON'S HEARING CENTRE NEW! from SIEMANS ECONOMY HEARING AIDS H. W. MATHESON Certified Hearing Aid AudiologisF Look at these features 1. LOW INITIAL COST 2. LOW BATTERY EXPENSE (6 monlfis on one battery) 3. SIEMANS EXCELLENT QUALITY 4. EATON'S UNSURPASSED GUARANTEE Come in see and try these aids without obligation THURSDAY, JULY 6th Eaton's Stereo Room Phone 327-8551 far appointment H. W. MATHESON Certified Hearing Aid Audiologiit Hearing Aid Sociefy Member of National Hearing Aid Deoleri' Assn. Member of Alberta NEW YORK (AP) The Newport Jazz Festival was en- livened here by three con- certs, a sold-out midnight jam I session at the Radio City Music Hall and Ihe angry withdrawal of Irunipter Miles Davis. Davis announced he would not play Tuesday after learning the he thought he was being paid for one concert turned out lo lie for two. Festival producer George Wein offered him but Davis apparently had become too angry to accept it. He said that jazz has become a museum art form anyway, with nobody young bringing new life into it. Freddie Hubbard stood by to play in Davis's place. We enjoyed the "Stan and Woody" concert at Philhar- monic Hall on Monday. In the first half, the Stan Kenton band, 19 men in a line across the stage sounded like more bur- nished brass than you'd expect lo find in all of Turkey. ICejilon made his singing and he sounds a lot like Woody debut with St. James Infirmary, Herman. His set ended with a Driver's appeal allowed against breath test o CALGARY (CP) Charles David Scott, 37, of Calgary has won an appeal against a 5200 conviction for declining to take a breath analysis test. His appeal was allowed by Judge E R. Tavender of dis- trict court who ruled that driv- ers have Ihe right to see a law- yer before blowing into tho machine. The judge's decision was mainly based on a Supreme Court of Canada ruling last week in which a conviction was erased against Clarence Wayne Brownridge of Stayner, Ont. He wouldn't take 2 tesL until he talked to his lawyer. Judge Tavender said in the Scott case only about an hour had elapsed from the time of arrest to when the appellant said he wanted to see a lawyer, and he was apparently concern- ed about the effects of smoking on the machine. Scolt was fined in a provin- cial court conviction April 13. He testified that he was ac- quitted on an impaired driving charge. Tough eating DETROIT (AP) Gloria Judge, 24, may have lost her appetite for legal mea- sures. Airs. Judge said that when she told her husband she had obtained a court peace bond to prevent him from beating her, he forced her to eat the five-by-eight-inch parchment document, then beat her again. Clifton Judge, 34, was fined after pleading guilty to an assault and bat- tery charge. rollicking, building Artistry In Rhythm. The Herman band, which al- ways has its ups and downs, was down. Arrangements by Allen Broadbent went on too long and meandered. Even an invasion of former Herman Herdsman didn't pick up the music or the mood much, though it was good to see again Stan Gelz, Zoot Sims, Chubby Jackson, Al Cohn, Flip Phillips and Red Norvo. In the midnight jam session, 33 musicians divided into three groups, and each took a tune that everybody knew. The first was Honeysuckle Rose, and each musician played a solo. We especially liked the work of Kenny Burrell, Roy Eldridge, Dizzy Gillespie, Bobby Hackett, Jim Hall, Milt Jackson, Gene Krupa, Ray Nance, Max Roach, Mary Lou Williams and Teddy Wilson. through eastern A r i z o n a 's mountains. It all started when she and her parents si ruck up a friend- ship with conductor Boh Echols shortly before taking the sight' seeing Irip. When Ihe Wingo family rode Ihe train, Echols said lo Para: "The fireman needs help filling the engine wilh water. Wanna help" She rode the rest of the trip on the engine, asking questions of the fireman and en- gineer. Two weeks later she was an unpaid crew member and a short Lime later she as acting as the Irain's engineer. "I can remember as a little girl the biggest tiling in my life was taking a train to visit my Pam says. Marion Hatch, Pam's self-ap- pointed coach in the big engine said: "I was surprised at her ability lo so quickly. We've had men who couldn't da as well as Pam." ATTRACT THE Lillian Gish, a star of the silent screen anil Die world famous Bolslioi Ballet will visit Wolfville, N.S., (his slimmer as part of Its annual Theatre Arts Festival Inter- national. The Russian ballet company will give tlirce per- formances Miss Gish will appear along wilh some clips from licr films. The firsl festival was held in 1970, Transfer of credits urged EDMONTON (CP) A pro- gram permitting public college students with the equivalent ol twn years university to trans- fer course credits when enrol- ling in university has been rec- ommended to tlie universities co-ordinating council. Dr. It. G. Fast, director of instructional services with the Alberta Colleges Commission, said the commission lias sug- gested a two-year trial pro- gram. It accepted hy the uni- versities, it would go into oper- ation in September, 1973. The college would certify that a given leve1 of work had been attained by the student and recommend to the university that the student be credited with advanced standing at a certain level. The university would be obligated to accept Hie credit allotted the student. CINEMA SHRINE LIVERPOOL, England (CP) A sex-film cinema in this Northern city has been taken the Fathers of the Blessed Sacrament. This reli- gious sect plans to convert the premises into a 400-seal shrine. Meanwhile 'he last movie show- ing is titled: Don't Deliver Us From Evil. Colin Bate Books Commencing July 4th, announce the transfer of their business Into o new downtown premises at 312A 8fh St. South Rear of BaiUy's Keyboard All types of bookbinding, Including hand crafted leather books, bibles, hymn books, music books, National Geographies, periodicals, etc. Gold Stamping a Specialty NEED A NEW HOME? CHECK THESE AT: 1204- LAKEMOUNT BLVD. 1216 LAKEMOUNT BLVD. 9 3420 SYLVAN ROAD PRICE DOWN PAYMENT MONTHLY PAYMENTS APPROX. P.I.T. MORTGAGE 3 BEDROOMS SQ. FT. if CARPETS L.R. end B.R.I if FEATURE WALL TILED BATH 60' LOTS SUITABLE FOft FRONT DRIVEWAY if LOTS OF CLOSET SPACE FOR SALE BY OWNER FOR APPOINTMENT PLEASE PHONE 327-1581 327-6538 GOVT. INSPECTED RED OR BLUE BRAND BEEF! OR ROUND BONE SHOULDER ROASTS SAVINGS OF NATIONAL AND I1 BRAND PRODUCTS! STEAKS STEAKETTES CONTADINA TOMATOES FROZO FRENCH FRIES MARLBORO TISSUE 28 c roll pkg. Alberta White Granulated .............................10 Ib. bag GAR RF FT MARGARINE S-1.47 King Sire PACIFIC 1 Ib. tub U for JULY IS SALAD MONTH! MIX OR MATCH! HEAD LETTUCE BUNCH CARROTS LARGE CUCUMBERS ORIGINATED IN ALBERTA FOR ALBERTA FAMILIES ;