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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, July 14, THE SAVINGS AT NATIONAL DEPT. STORES ARE JUST THAT FANTASTIC MEN'S LOAFERS Latest style in fashionable footwear. REGULAR 9.50 Genuine Leather Uppers Cemented Soles for Longer Wear Made in Spain .......PAIR 4 .95 MEN'S DRESS PANTS ijf Save and get great fashion in the bargain. Assortment of 'NOW colors, stripes and styles. Reg. Pair 11 MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS "SAFARI" Style 100% pre-shrunk cotton complemented with 2 patch breast pockets. Regular 2.49. EACH 1. BOYS' JERSEY T-SHIRTS Mock turtle neck collar with vivid color- sd stripes to complement your ward- V robe. Made by Canada's foremost chil- dren's wear maker. Regular 3.98 EACH 1.49 MEN'S CIRE NYLON JACKETS SAFARI STYLE 2 hip pockets and 2 breast pockets complemented with a belt. Reg. 5 .88 BOYS' FLARE LEG PANTS 100% pre-shrunk cotton, latest stripe with set-in zipper. Button fly. Sizes 8 to 16. PAIR 2. TWO MAN SIZE RUBBER BOAT Size 95" x Double chamber for safety. Double Floor deck. Complete with oar locks and tow ropes. Reg, Special 39 "LAURENTIAN" DELUXE NYLON PACK SACK Complete with lightweight heavy duty aluminum frame. 2 large and 2 small pockets. Bright red. EACH 19.38 SATIN BOUND-VISCOSE BLANKETS Single bed size. Each 2.95 TYNA-MITE An explosion of light. The world's first ielf contained disposable flashlight. Regular 1.29. Each Have that extra money for your holiday-SAVE ON THIS MOULDED 3 PIECE FIBRE LUGGAGE I Ibf'EVh Wookond Case. Reg. Vanity Caso. Rog. Train Caio. Reg. 13.SO...... 3 Piece Set. Rog. SUB-STANDARD 14.95 LADIES' FASHIONS SUMMER KRITS Imported wool 100% Fortrel. Special Durchase from leading manufacturer to suit the, sfyle conscious shopper. VALUES TO 50.00 EACH 15. TEENERS' Flare Pants Sizes 5 to 17. Value 7.95. PAIR 4 GIVEAWAY PRICE WIGS 100% Acrylic. First qualily Washable non-allergenic. Styro foam head FREE! BEST VALUE HOT PANTS Sizes 5 to 15. Value to 5.95. 2. DRESSES Arnels Jerse.ys Prints Bonded Fortrels Party Casuals, Values to 16.95. EACH For All Occasions. HOT PANTS One and two piece dress. Just in time for summer. Fortrels Arnels Slinky Prints- Plains. Sizes 5 to 19. 9.88 MIX and MATCH PANT PANT TOP Large selection to choose from. Values 6.95. EACH...................... BUY TWO FOR 9.QQ BIB HOT PANTS I youn9 modern Miss. 1 Denims-Cottons. Values to Pair 5 T-SHIRTS Regular length, extra long length. Crew neck, collar style. Plains Candy Stripes, Sizes 7 to 16. EACH 1 TERRIFIC VALUE GIRLS' HOT PANT SKIRT Plains Prints can be worn for all occasions. Sizes 7 to 14. EACH 1. TERRIFIC VALUE GIRLS' DRESSES PANT SUITS Complete slock of dresses and pant- suits. Be sure to shop for this outstanding purchase. Reg. 5.88 Reg. 7.88 3.88 5.88 7. Reg. 14.88 OPEN THURS. AND FRI. TILL 9 P.M. CHARGEX at NATIONAL DEPT. STORE CORNER 3rd AVENUE AND 5th SWEET SOUTH WE RESERVE THE KlOHT TO Lltylt QUANTITIES New cable television code near OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian Radio-Television Commis- sion is expected to announce new policies on cable television later this ending months of discussion including more than 150 briefs at Montreal hearings in April. The cable debate has been given high priority by the CRTC which sees threats to the future of the Canadian broadcasting in- dustry if cable is allowed to grow as it has. CRTC chairman Pierre Ju- neau has said that the an- nouncement will include out- right policies mixed with pro- posals. Interested persons will be allowed to comment on the proposals. The commission launched the discussion in a February report containing a list of alternative proposals on how cable could be integrated into broadcasting. The April hearings were based on this report. The February report said cable has had a serious impact on revenue of Canadian TV sta- tions, "fragmenting" the audi- ence of local stations by bring- ing in outside channels. This makes the local outlets less attractive to advertisers, and some Canadian companies were also advertising on U.S. border stations carried on cable. The commission said a solu- tion to this problem has to be found if Canadian television is to survive. These views were enthusiasti- cally supported by the Canadian Association of Broadcasters at April hearings, but were dis- puted by the Canadian Cable Television Association which represents 177 companies with more than 85 per cent of the cable subscribers in Canada. The cable association said there is no evidence that con- ventional TV has been injured by cable. Advertising revenue snowed continued rapid growOi. The CRTC suggested several methods of compensation for the impact of cable on television advertising revenue, although both the Canadian Association of Broadcasters and the cable association rejected them as im- practical. Ideas included providing a certain proportion of cable reve- nue to television stations, or a flat charge per cable sub- scriber. The CRTC also suggested the cable industry could pay some sort of compensation to Cana- dian broadcasters for carrying Canadian TV programs. Some observers say this may be the ultimate commission policy. There were other proposals on integrating cable in Canadian broadcasting including common ownership of cable and TV out- Crooner squanders fortune LONDON (AP) Crooner Dick Haymes, former husband of Rita Hayworth, told a court here extravagant living ac- counts for the fact he is broke and in debt. Bu'., the 52-year-old singer who earned million over a Fashion show on screen TORONTO (CP) Twenly- six models wearing blue jeans, hair rollers, and no makeup walked into the Queen Elizabeth Theatre at the Canadian Na- tional Exhibition Monday. Twelve hours later, at p.m., they were sleekly groomed, beautifully dress and bubbling with personality for the final segment of Fashion Canada '71, a one-hour color special to be shown on CBC tel- evision Monday at 10 p.m. EDT. A joint project of Fashion Canada and the CBC, the stow has occupied more than 100 peo- ple for two months. It features an examination of Oie psychol- ogy of clothes, a behind-the- scenes glimpse of the garment industry in Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Edmonton and Van- couver, and a live fashion show filmed before an audience of 700 representatives of the garment industry. Monday night's fashion show was the finishing touch to the special, filmed' to give Canadi- ans some insight into the gar- ment industry, which employs about Canadians and produces million annually in sales. RECOUNT DATE SET REGINA (CP) A judicial recount of provincial election results in Gravelbourg constitu- ency has been set for July 26. 12 year span, promised the court he would pay off what he owes. The sum is and Haymes conceded his tangible assets added up only to He said he was living in Spain with liis fifth wits and two chil- dren and was working on a new film as well as some script wfiting. Tliis, he testified, would enable him to pay off the debts. Haymes, b o r n in Argentina, educated in Canada, but Amer- ican, said he had been unwell and that luxury living and some bad investments had destroyed his fortune. "I don't think I have been wilfully Haymes told the court. Haymes was divorced in 1948 from Miss Hayworth who ear- lier was the wife of Ai> Khan. At his peak he sang with the Carl Hoff, Freddie Martin, and Orrin Tucker bands. He made such films as Irish Eyes are Smiling, Four Jills in a Jeep, State Fair and Up in Central Park. 'He told the court his "down- fall happened gradually over a period of years." Man kidnapped in Montevideo MONTEVIDEO (Reuter) A 25-year-old Uruguayan industri- alist was kidnapped here while he was driving in a Montevideo suburb, police said. Police said it was not known whether the captors of Jorge Eerembaum, owner of the Sadil textile factories, were Tupama- ros urban guerrillas. The Tupamaros currently are holding British Ambassador Geoffrey Jackson, kidnapped Jan. 8, and three Uruguayan businessmen seized between March 30 and May 14. GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION ANNUAL KIDDIE'S PICNIC will be held at the RESEARCH STATION Saturday, July 17th at p.m. Refreshments, games, prizes and fun unlimited. Bring the children far an afternoon of fun and excitement. FOR MEMBERS AND THEIR FAMILIES ONLY ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN S3 NOS. 10th GAME BONUS JACKPOT 48 NOS. NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWEDI PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS MEMBERS AND GUESTS IN CANTEEN ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS Thursday, July 15-BRIDGE TOWN TRIO Friday, July 16-TWO P's Saturday, July 17-4 HITS AND A MISS lets and allowing television sta- tions to distribute U.S. pro- grams by extra transmitters. Both broadcasters and cable op- erators favored common owner- ship. The CRTC is likely to require cable operators to carry Cana- dian TV stations but is unlikely to restrict use pt U.S. signals. Mr. Juneau said in February the commission does not favor setting arbitrary limits on U.S. TV carried on cable. Tlie commission may include proposals on community pro- gramming on cable in its an- nouncement, but will probably leave tlie question open for fu- ture discussion with interested groups before making final pol- icy. The announcement will likely include also a policy on com- mercials on cable systems. Cable operators have requested commercials to pay local pro- gramming expenses. The CRTC has allowed some experiments but has generally discouraged screening of commercials on cable. DR, SULLIVAN? Television's long-run m.c. is now a Ph.D. Ed Sullivan, with Brother Gregory Nugent, president of Manhattan College, received an honorary degree in Humane Letters from the school at commencement cises in New York. [LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY 4 "ANYTHING GOES" j MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS j ACTIVE TV WHOOP-UP SPECIALS 3 DAYS ONLY THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY 17" RCA COLOR TV' AFT volts picture power In- stant on. Reg. NOW '399 19" RCA COLOR TV AFT New Vista chassis with solid state color cir- cuit-s, lighted channel indi- cator. Instant picture. Reg. NOW '425 25" RCA Color Console volts MK II A chassis. Accucolor system with automatic lint instant pic- ture. Regular NOW 329 26" RCA Color Console Black Matrix screen, powerful MARK II A chassis, automaiic tint fine tuning. Instant on, solid state tuner, walnut cabinet, Regular NOW sa15, uuiumui ic 26" RCA Color Low Boy Walnut cabinet. Black Mutrix screen, automatic tint and fine tuning. Solid state components, Acculint chassis with lotal color tuning. Regular NOW.......... Many, Many More To Choose Front All Reduced to make room for 1972 stock arriving soon. All carry o 5 year Protection Plan and are serviced by our technicians ACTIVETV SERVICE 1238 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5020 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. ;