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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBRIDGE HCRAID Saturday, July 11, 1970- long) distance is half a buck on Sunday! TO ANY PLACE IN ALBERTA long distance is half a buck on Sunday! TO ANY PLACE IN ALBERTA longdistance is a buck i Sunday! TO ANY-.PLACE.IN ALBERTA long distance is half a buck on Sunday! TO ANY PLACE IN ALBERTA It's the talk of the Province! On Sundays you can call long dis- tance ANYWHERE IN ALBERTA and talk for three minutes for a maximum of fifty cents. SUNDAY saves you time as well as money because this rate ap- plies to ODD calls. Just dial direct to anyone in the province, then start talking. It's a nice way to keep in touch. You can do a lot of long-distance talking for Just half a buck anytime between Saturday mid- night to 6 a.m. Monday. do not to person-td-percon, collect, third party billing, time charge, coin phone, or credit card calls. II you happen to live In in area without ODD service, SUNDAY 50 rales apply to itation to station calls placed With the Operator. long distance is half aJbuck on Sunday! TO ANY PLACE IN ALBERTA long distance is half a buck on Sunday! TO ANY PLACE IN ALBERTA long distance is half a buck on Sunday! ANY PLACaiN AL6EKFA Television Ads Boost Toy Prices TORONTO (CP) Reliable Toy Co. has started a campaign to persuade people its products are cheaper because it docs not advertise on television. An advertisement the Toronto firm placed in a trade magazine a picture of a doll and the caption: "As unadvertised on television." Mannie Grossman, president of the firm, said Reliable tried television advertising a couple of years ago. "It paid for itself but we found it didn't give us much extra." He said the company es- timated cost of television time added between and ?2 to the price of a toy. High prices, he said, are to be avoided by a manufacturer of "conventional" toys oils, sandpails, tricycles. With non- conventional toys, instructions are often needed. Mr. Grossman conceded a major promotional drive might be necessary to sell some non- conventional toys. "But certain toys would sell a lot cheaper if they weren't advertised on tele- vision." HEAVY FISH A halibut can weigh as much as 600 pounds. Try Before You Buy! UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MAICO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE 618 3rd Ave. S. Phone 316-5447 HIGHLIGHTS SATURDAY DUAMA, Movie "Cat on a Hot Tin p.m. Cli. 7: A Mississippi plantation is the setting for this adaptation of Tennessee Williams' Pulitzer Prize Broadway play of 1955. Stars Elizabeth Tayior, .Paul Newman, Burl Ives, Jack Car- son and Judith Anderson. WAR DRAMA: "The Malta 9 p.m. Clt. 13: This English film gives a sober account of Britain's defence of the island outpost during the Second World War. Stars Alec Guinness and Jack Hawkins. MUSIC: CountryliniQ, p.m., Ch. 7: Guests- singers Diane Leigh and Angus Walker, and Doug Bell and the Gold- strikers, Vic Mullen and the Hickorys. SUNDAY SPORT, AAU Track Meet from Paris, p.m., Cli. 5: (cable) Great Falls. The U.S. vs. France in a meet held July 0 in Paris. This is Hie firsl of nine meets for the U.S. squad now on a European tour. COUNTRY CALENDAR: p.m. Ch. 7: A review of the first 100 years of rural He in Manitoba. DOCUMENTARY: International Zcne, I p.m., Ch. 7: In Madagascar UN cameras follow a young village schoolmas- ter on his daily rounds as he tries to get villagers to accept new educational methods. KALEIDOSPORT: p.m., Ch. 7: Taped coverage in color of the Canadian Gymnastics Championships held last week at St. James, Man., Civic Centre. DOCUMENTARY: Japanese TV, 4 p.m., Ch. 7: This color special examines the sights and sounds of typical Japanese TV fare. The mosaic of programs includes drama, opera, classical music, documentary, variety, news, public affairs and sports. RECITAL: Music To See, 5 p.m., Ch. 7: This is the first in a series of classical and contemporary music recitals. CHALLENGING SEA: 5 p.m., Ch. 13: A study of ocean- ography and the researchers who carry out these studies at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at La Jolla, Calif. VARIETY: DCS O'Connor Show, 6 p.m., Ch. 13: in color. Des welcomes Vikki Carr, George Gobel and British come- dians Mrs. Mills and Roy Hudd. VARIETY: Music Machine, 7 Ch. 7: Guest star is Brenda Gordon of the Machinery, who is also in the Toronto production of "Hair." Bob Francis is host with Moe Kofi- man orchestra. DRAMA: Forsyte Saga, chapter 15, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: Fleur and Jon's courtship is clouded by family tragedy and the Forsyte feud. LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 50 Nos....... Game No. 1 and Game No. 10 50 11 Games Priie Money....... 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card All Wood Cards 500 Each Children Under T6 Nat Allowed Bingo will also be played In club room for member! and their invited guests Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities IMAGINE YOURSELF BEHIND THE MICROPHONE! WHICH OF THESE 4 FASCINATING RADIO-TV CAREERS INTERESTS YOU? D disc jockey D newscaster D sportscaster D commercial announcer WEE VOICE ANALYSIS TELLS YOU IFYOU HAVE The exciting, rewarding Ufa of e broadcast person all IV Is lha dream of thousands of people who possess hidden talent and need only good training. Our directing Faculty of 10 famous broadcasters has helped men and women of all ages and backgrounds discover I heir poten- tial In broadcasting. TRAlNATHOMEORlNOURMODERrf, FULLY-EQUIPPED STUDIO SCHOOL You era cblo to study broadcasting techniques either at your1 spare nl our studio scnoof Totaled Tn Toronto. Exciting -field training assignments lake you (with your laps recorder) right lo Lhe sccna of sporting and news events you learn by doing-. IMMEDIATE DEMAND FOR TRAINED BROADCASTPERSONALITIESI Radio- TV stations everywhere need bolFi wen and women to la ho over lant, good-paying jobs right now. Thft combination of our Inlcnsivo Ing and nationwide placement as- sistance can open lha door to excellent positions for youl Send today (or your free colourful 36-page brochure, record and voice analysis details. INTERNATIONAL CAREER ACADEMY! OF CANADA LTD. I King Sine! I, Onlllfa 06LAH235 I want fo know 1M have bToadcasling potential worth Please rush me Information, J in Inlmiltd In Q iludv Q itudfo Ironing Ambulance Men Return To Work CALGARY (CP) Drivers and attendants for Universal Ambulance, who had resigned Wednesday to back demands for higher wages and better work- ing conditions, returned to work Friday night. "We decided to return to work for the good of the public, not for Bill Knapton, a spokesman for tha employees, said in an interview. SHOE REPAIR Fait dependable service at reasonable prices Also repair and replace all lypes of zippers Repairs lo all leather goodi MIKE'S SHOE REPAIR 1021 3rd Ave. S. (Neil to lelhbridge Locker and Seafoods) DOCUMENTAUY: Fabulous Sixties, rerun, 9 p.m., Cli. 13: Tlic memorable events of 19C1 are shown on the second of 10 shows. DRAMA: Court Martial, p.m., Ch. 13: Tilled "Let No Man Speak" features Bradford Dillman who goes behind tlio Gorman lines to investigate Uie murder of an American in- telligence officer. MONDAY SPECIAL: Calgary Stampede Parade, 10 a.m., Ch. 13: Live and in color the 1970 Calgary Stampede Parade is shown with Arthur Godfrey, Mayor Drapeau of Montreal and Mayor Rod Sykes of Calgary. Special guests are NHL hockey stars Johnny McKenzie and Gary Uriger. INTERVIEW: Pierre Bcrton, 4 p.m., Ch. 13: Clay Shaw, the man charged by Jim Garrison with conspiring to assassin- ate John F. Kennedy, tells of his two year ordeal and final acquittal. Former Canadians Victims In U.S. Hammer Attack SAN GABRIEL, Calif. (AP) that claimed the lives of two The conditions of Fred Senff, 38, and his six-year-old daugh- ter, Jenny, who survived a sav- age hammer attack Wednesday Plane Deal Made OTTAWA (CP) Canada will exchange 58 of its Voodoo armed forces intercep- tor aircraft for superior United States Air Force Voo- doos and obtain an additional eight of the American models, the defence department an- nounced here. The American planes have Improved low-level flying abil- ity, greatly improved weapons firing control, and more sophis- ticated equipment to overcome electronic interference from in- vading bombers. The exchange will be carried out by the fall of 1971. The Canadian Voodoo inter- ceptor planes are part of Can- ada's contribution to North American air defence, and are based at Chatham, N.B., Bagot ville and Val d'Or, Que., and Comox, B.C. By obtaining the additions eight American Voodoos, the Canadian air defence com- mand's strength will be brought up to the original inventory ol 66 aircraft, the department said. The deal includes the expendi- ture of about by Can- ada on the aircraft, and on new facilities for repairing and over hauling the aircraft's fire con- trol system. In addition, Canada will con- tinue to pay U.S. operations and maintenance costs at some Pine Tree Line radar stations until July 31, Costeharing arrangements Between the two countries on ic Pine Tree Line after that date now are being negotiated. other members of the former Toronto family, improved slightly Friday, police said1. The father, daughter, and Senff's wife, Gloria, 33, re- mained in critical condition. Tape recorders were kept at the bedsides of all three survi- vors in hopes that one of them might say something that would give a clue to the slayings that took place in the Eenff tome. A round-the-clock police guard has been posted at the hospital rooms. The Senff's son, Kim, 10, was found dead in the home Wednes- day. His maternal grandmother, Mrs. W. E. Chapman, 53, died 16 hours later at a hospital. All five had been beaten with a claw hammer. The killer set fire to the house. Police said thsy still were vir- tually without clues in the case. MANY HCs There are about Roman Catholics in the United States. Kinqland, t ion Agent, Ticket Agent, elc. Preliminary instruction need not interfere with present occupoiion. Get full Informa- tion today. No obligation. Fill out coupon and mail this ad to: Dept. AB-05Q, Mr. H. L. Warrenr AIRLINES TRAINING DIVISION, Atlantic School, 2261 Como Lake Avenue, Caquiflam, New Westminster, B.C. f Address Cilv 1 Province [Age Phone Education Southern Alberta Auto Racers In Conjunction with ENERSON MOTORS LTD. 817 4th Ave. S. PONTIAC BUICK AGENCY A W DRIVE-INS "HOME OF THE BURGER FAMILY I AND CHUBBY CHICKEN" 3 LOCATIONS: Shopper's World and at 3rd Ave. and Scenic Drive Mayor Magrarh Drive STOCK CAR RACING Jo 5AAR SUNDAY, JULY 12th LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION TRACK Time Trials at p.m. Racing at p.m. 16 RACES "C" ClASS, "B" CIAS5 MODIFIED AND V8 SPORTSMAN CARS FROM BROOKS, TABER, REDCLIFF, CROWSNEST PASS, CRANBROOK AND LETHBRIDGE Admiision: Adults 1.25; Students (with cards) 75c under 6 free PRESENTED BY SOUTHERN ALBERTA AUTO RACERS "ROARING INTO THE 70s" Fiogrgmi .r. Ihlld by Ihl ndie find lillvillgn Hull Any In program ichedulti HJ du. lo Hinitt. chana.1 by tht Itotionl end h) KOI tht wnilblltly el Ik. Mtrold er Bnlwoy T.l.viii... CJOC News on the Hour Wlhr., Sporls on the Half Hour SATURDAY NIGHT Mcivs Church Broadcast News Poul Tlvldar Holiday Something 'o Say Capllal Report CBC Showcase Funny You Should Say That Songs of Fallh Wayna Barry Daryl Ferguson Sol All Nlnhr -Show SUNDAY Rob Ingram News .__ _ _ Christian Science Hour ol Decision Voice of Prophecy Sunshine Sunday Magazine Evangel Hour IftOO Rob Ingram Sunday Supplement MONDAY Jim Elliot Show Mews Phono Bill Show Wayne Barry Show Galloping Gourmet Gardening Bulletin Board Probe 1220 News, Sporls Jack Thys Snow Bullelln Board Probe 1220 Road Report CHEC News on the Hour, Sporls on the Half Hour SATURDAY NIGHT Back to Ihe Call of me Land Dinner Showcase God Hour w Back lo The Blblt World Tomorrow World Tomorrow Music for Music for Lale Late Niters Niters CHEC-FM News fillecn mlnules News fifteen to the hour. to Hie hour. SUNDAY SATURDAY noon The Olher p.m. Chucfc Holiday Side a.m. Shawn p.m. Chuck Kelley. Holiday SUNDAY P p.i Sign On Other Side over the p.alnbow MONDAY News, Sporls, Wthr Ron Slone Morning Melodies Farm Show Luncheon hole News, Sporls, Wlhr. News, Sports, Wthr. The Way I Bruce Thompson See It News Slock Market Three Hills Blblt Report Mennonire Inst. Woman's World Hour Jean Pauley Author Interview! Commenls Gospel Hour Way I See It Mormon Community Tabernacla Choir Bulletin Board Sports, Wthr. Cattle Prices Showtime Jean Faulty Comment) Caravan News, Sports, Wthr News lilleen minutes tc Ihe hour. The Monday Ihru Friday a.m. Tom Mllchell a.m. CHEC FM Sport Report e.m. John David CHEC FM Newi CHEC FM Sport Report p.m. The Other Side Chuck Holiday p-m. CHEC FM Sport Report a.m. Shawn Kelley CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Capital Report Your Two Bucks World Celebrations Weekend Sound of Sporls Part 1 SATURDAY NIGHT Indian Magazine What's New Metronome Pratlcy at Movies -r-- Lorraine Hansberry Summer Anthology Switchboard Llllle Brother Saul Sunday and Friends Music Past Mid- National News Weekend Sound Coneybeare and Company Continental night SUNDAY Morning Concert Children's Stories Voice of the Pioneer Rhapsody Beelhoven 1970 Prairie Gardener Jazz, the Vintage Sunday Magazine Years Sunday Supplement Don Sims Show Van Chamber MONDAY Orchestra Eye Ooener World at.Eight Alberta News Commentary Max Ferguson Galloping Gourmet Gerrusil Nalhan Cohen News Consumers Ma 11 nee Cdn. Short Stories Vibrations Radio Noon Four and Forty Entre Noui Mailnee Personality AMemoon Concert Actuality BBC New! Weather SALE! 2-PIECE CHESTERFIELD SUITES 4 Sealer Reversible Cushions Wooden Armrests Choice of Colors CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED 179 TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES Cor. 4th Ave.-5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) SATURDAY NIGHT Circle or the Sun MONDAY Joseph Hopkins Mr. Dressup School of Music Ed {c) Country Calendar 10-oo Tales of Iht International Zone RIverbank Kaleidosport (c) Friendly Giant (c) News Chez Helena Through Japanese Meet Mullelt Eyes (c) Double Exposure Reach for Ihe Top Newa World of Disney (c) Luncheon Dan Bugs Bunny (c) WoTper Special Laurel and Hardy Happy Feeling Hillbillies Movie: Cat on Hot Tin Root (c) Counlry News 7 Movie: chase o Crooked Shadow SUNDAY Pinnochlo and Or Farm tor Today [c) Talcs of RiverbanK Wolptr Special Butler's Beat Music Machine My World end Welcome to It Ed Sullivan Forsyte Saya (c) Canada al War Weekend [c) News (c) Teleprohe 7 Movie: Contraband Spain Par) 1 Carloon Parly Luncheon Data Part 2 Movie: Where hL. Poor Mickey Gont Take Thirty Edge of Night fc) Galloping Gourmer D'lbervllle (c) To Rome Wilh Lovi CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 [Cablevision Ch. 4) SATURDAY NIGHT This Week News Sports Roundup Oil Report Report 4130 Western Slar SIxlh Column Growing Things Call ol Ihe West OH Report Court Marllal Theatre Jackie GlHson ________. Randall A Hopklrk CFL: Another Movie: Look at '69 The Malta Story d-00 World Tomarrov News Queslion Period Go-Round Challenging Sea News (c) Flying Nun Stampede Breakfast Des O'Connor SUNDAY Dream of Jeai Rex Humbard, Comedy Tonight Religion Bewitched (c; Oral Roberts Fabulous Sixties Day of Discovery Marcus Weiby e Uncle Bobby (c) CTV News (c) Underdog CFCN News (c> MONDAY Thought for Day University ot Air Romper Room (c) Calgary Stampede Parade (c) Peyton Place Uncle Bobby Movie: The Boy Cried Murder (c) Dream of Jeannlt Magistrate's Court People In Conflict (c) Doctor's many (c) Pierre Berlon Wynne's Pad Popeye KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 ICablevision Ch. 9) SATURDAY NIGHT NFL Action Sale of Iht TBA Century Amateur Hour Squares e MuJd Jeopardy e News s.-so who, What, When Lassie Game Green Acres Comedy Tonight Gunsmoke c Movie: The Glory Guys Name nf the Gamt tn Which We Live News c SUNDAY Living Word Tom and Jerry c Revival Fires c Rex Humbard Kathryn Kuhlman Tabernaclt Choir Insight Face Ihe Nation Meet the Press hechlt and Jecklf H. R. Pufnstuf AAU Track and Field World of Disney Another Bill Cosby Show c Somerset c Bonanza c As the World Turni Mission: Impossible Our Lives c Hawaii Fhre-0 The Doctors c Dragnet Anolher Bracken's World Bay City Edge of Nlghl Corner Pyle Mike Douglas c Deputy MONDAY Salute Agriculture Andy Griffi Our World Cronklle News c Today Show c LucillG Ball c Today In Montana Hunllcy-Brlnkley e KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11} SATURDAY NIGHT Bullwlnkle c Lei's Make a Deal Discovery c Ncwlywed Game This Is Ihe Life Lawrence Wellt e The Christophers Englebert Direclions ____ Humperdlnck Issues and Answers MaKe a Deal _ Pcllicoat Junction Sunday Matlr.eo Ncwlywed Game Then Cams Tne Bible Stnry Doling Game Bronson (c) Land ol Ihe Gianls Sccrcl Slorm c Galloping Gourmet Woman's World Best of Everylhlng A World Apart All My Children Survivors Ed Sullivan News Movie: TBA Movie: Red Badge F-D.I.1 of Couragt Piis News SUNDA.Y MONDAY Farm News Denll News Dudley Do Right e Capf. Kangaroo e jiM II Takes Two c M IpWwmtn Jack Lalannt One Life lo Llvi Dark Shadows Love Is a Many Sulendored Thing Gencrnl Hospital Lite Wilh LinWoller That Girl Qcwifchcd TV-5 News It Takes A Thlff ;