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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta MONTH-END CLEARANCE ELECTRONIC TALKING RADAR SEARCH GAME Strategy and International espionage on the high seas Fun for all.................. Raggedy Ann and Andy These rag dolls say 8 different phrases. No batteries needed WOODEN I FOLDING CHAIRS Thia i-hair wnnlrl ha rmmltv hanriu In hnvn fi This chair would be really handy to have. Great indoors or out CURTAINS These polyester curtains would be great for bearoom or living room and lengths LAMP These square lamps will add a touch of modern to any decor SHEETS Blue or Pink flowered print in either fitted or twin or double size.......... DISH CLOTHS 3 colors to choose from priced to clear RECTANGULAR SERVING TRAYS Each has full color scences Approx. MUGS Enjoy your coffee out of these colorful mugs GARCIA b ROD REEL SET Enjoy the rest of the summer with this SLEEPING BAGS Beat the cool outdoor nights with these. Summer Clearance Price WATER CANTEEN 2 shapes to choose from priced to clear CAST IRON SKILLETS Better cooks use these just the right size. LADIES' BEACH SANDALS Bright rubber-like synthetic with decorative flower. Clearance Price MEN'S THONGS Cross over strap Sizes S.M.L............ LADIES' EXERCISE SANDAL Exercise your feet while you walk Sizes 6-10. 2 SPEED Keep cool this summer with this fan. PRE-CUT MATERIAL LENGTHS BABY'S 2-PCE. OUTFIT Selected fabrics in solid shades and CRIMP Get enough to meet all your needs. Solid shades in summer colors. per DRESS PAK Everything you need to make your own dress including pattern and zipper acrylic knit asst. colors. For boy or girl PYJAMAS Many prints to choose from. Keep your child cool at night in cotton PJ's BATHING SUITS Let that little girl look smart in a one or two piece suit. 1 50 LADIES' T-SHIRT Turtleneck styling LADIES' SHELLS Assorted bright prints Mid Summer Clearance LADIES' PANT TOP Smartly styled polyester priced to clear MIDRIFF TOPS White shirred polyester Spaghetti shoulder straps LADIES' SLEEPING GOWN Full length gown of cotton flannelette. Sizes S.M.L. BOYS' T-SHIRTS Choose from striped or plain. Sizes 8-16............. s MEN'S KNIT-T-SHIRTS acrylic for easy laundering LADIES' SLIPPERS Choose from many clearance styles. Broken sizes CHILDREN'S WADING POOL Sturdy one piece construction. Let your kids really enjoy summer...... SANDBOX TOYS Many assorted toys Per package............. BABY OIL Helps prevent sunburn 16 fl. oz............. 1 50 Total Care Lotion Soothes dry skin. Restores softness KITES Enjoy the wind with this tear resistant plastic kite. 50 COLGATE TOOTHPASTE Regular flavor 100ml. tube 50 BABY BONUS PRIZE All you do to become eligible la to caah your family allowance cheque at Woolworths. Emmy award for TV writers HOLLYWOOD A new TV award has been an- nounced. Ordinarily I would greet that news with a protracted period of thumb twiddling. We need more TV awards like we need a rise in prices. As it the Emmy currently has about as much prestige as a can of leftover cat food. But this new the Humanitas seems to be a cut above the because of its aims and the men behind it. Three awards will be given beginning next year. They will go to the writers of the best 90 minute or 60 minute and 30 minute commercial TV programs which best communicate values which most ful- ly enrich the human Since we could stand some human person this is a brave stand. And it's high time the writer was singled because the written word must come first in any show. Father Ellwood the Paulist priest who runs the Insight is the guiding force behind the new Humanitas Prize. And he has surrounded himself with an executive committee and board of trustees of out- standing men so it should become one of TV's most prestigious awards. PRIZE It will be worthwhile to the too the prizes will be and depending on the length of the script. Advance word from those who have seen it that includes is that NBC's Chico and the Man is a sure thing for success this coming TV season. It's witty and warm and wise. But it may have some problems. It concerns Chicanos. Like all minorities these days they are pretty touchy about how much and what kind of fun can be poked at them. Jimmy who wrote and produces the was too. So he screened it for a lot of Los Angeles' Chicanos. He says that kids from a tough Chicano high school loved it. But some leaders of the Chicano community were not too happy because they felt some of the jokes as a continual kidding reference to flies swarming around the Chicano boy in the were in poor taste. I pointed out the speeches that were pro Komack they went away PLAN REST George C. Scott and his Trish Van wrapped up their arduous location shooting in the Mex- ican jungle for their Savage Is Then they promptly went home to Connecticut Scott plan to FILM ERROR is long since an established hit. Yet director George Roy Hill is still work- ing on it. Just a few days ago somebody called his attention to an error in the race call- ing once the caller referred to the second once to the third So Hill had the scene re dubbed long after the movie won its seven Oscars. X GEORGE C. SCOTT Actress out of hospital Ga. Ac- tress Susan Hayward has been released from a hospital where her doctor said she un- derwent a brain biopsy last week. Dr. George her said Wednesday her condition is good and he assumed she returned to her Beverly home Tuesday night. Death of actor ruled 'accidental drowning9 LOS ANGELES Funeral services for actor Joe who drowned in his swimming were held yesterday at the Good Shepherd Catholic Church in Beverly Hills. Following an the coroner ruled that death was by accidental drowning. Exiled Greek actress to return home PARIS Exiled Greek actress Melina Mer- couri said today she will return home within a few now that a civilian government is taking over in Greece. Family friends of another opponent of the military- backed regime in composer Mikis said he has already gone back. Miss Mercouri was deprived of her Greek nationality be- cause of her opposition to the military and she waged an impassioned cam- paign abroa'1 for a return to rule. was found in his swimming pool Friday morn- ing by his 16-year-old Tony. Attempts to revive him were unsuccessful. His said he had gone swimming late Thursday night. Flynn probably was known as the bumbling Capt. Wallace Binghamton of the McHale's Navy television series. SINGER HONORED HOLLYWOOD Australian singer Helen Reddy had her name placed in the Hollywood Boulevard Walk of Fame Tuesday where Hollywood celebrities have their names inscribed on bronze stars. SUSAN HAYWARD a neurosurgeon at Emory University declined to disclose the results of the biopsy. He said the report is confidential between him and his patient. friends had said Miss Hayward entered the hospital July 11 for treatment of a brain tumor. She is the widow of Eaton Chalkley of Georgia. Okay licence OTTAWA The Cana- dian Radio Television Com- mission has approved broad- casting applications.affecting British Columbia. Two CBC applicants to con- tinue English and French- language AM radio stations at East Connaught Tunnel and Glacier National Park. singer got early start She told Reuters news agency she has not yet decided whether to leave for Athens alone or to wait until her French film director Jules returns from New York and go with him Sunday. TORONTO Shirley began writing songs and singing when she was 12 years old. By she composed It Takes which Anne Murray turned into a hit. She appeared at Ontario Place and made numerous ap- pearances at coffee houses. A Juno Award and a record- ing contract with Capitol Records identify her as a child prodigy. Miss Eikhard said the chief impact of all the touring and touting that comes with being a celebrity was enstrange- ment from youngsters her own age. knew no life other than show she said. There wasn't time to mix and do things other kids my own age were doing. that I'm on my own and living in I find I have a lot more free time. Business is as but business isn't Miss Eikhard said the songs she sings are based on observations she makes on things going on around her. might write a song that's inspired by a movie or a novel. There's some personal ex- perience in but not Song-writing is a kind of therapy whereby you can un- leash anger and she said. this business a woman has to be about three times as strong as a guy. get these creeps who would like to book you for an engagement with other things in mind as well. haven't run into too much until now. I guess I've been Award grants OTTAWA Grants totalling to subsidize performing artists and com- panies were announced today by the Canada Council through its touring office. Included in the list are Le Theatre des and Mer- maid N.S. TV highlights THURSDAY MOVIE 6 Ch. 7. A stock car driver romances an Internal Revenue agent between races. Elvis Nancy Sinatra. 2 hrs. MOVIE The Family 6 Ch. 9. A closely knit clan tries to prove the eldest son innocent of bribery. James Sarah Andy Robinson. 90 min. MOVIE Secret Ch. 9. A withdrawn youngster and his romantic interest in his uncle's mistress. Jacqueline Jean Francois Maurin. 90 min. In the South 8 Ch. 7. This program deals with urbanization problems in the South Seas. MOVIE Hard Day at Blue 9 Ch. 7. A Nevada guest ranch is disrupted by murder. Patty Duke John Astin. 90 min. MOVIE The Tiger Makes Ch. 11. A bachelor mailman kidnaps a suburban housewife. Eli Anne Bob Dishy. 2 hrs. MOVIE Shock 12 Ch. 7. An insane an actor feigning and a sinister woman psychiatrist are thrown together at a state mental hospital. Stuart Lauren Roddy McDowall. 1 hr. 35 min. FRIDAY MOVIE CRIME 1 Ch. 13. A police .commissioner is beset by problems. Henry Richard Wid- Harry Guardino. 90 min. MOUNTAIN DEW'S RADIO and TV LISTINGS pri-jijr.ims are listed by the Rddio and Television Slat 'ions Any vacation in program schedule is due to Inst minute changes hy the stations and is not the sibihty ol Beverages I imiled or The Let'.' bi'flqe Herald CHEC 1090 MONDAY thru FRIDAY B'50 Fjrms News 7 30 News Wthr Sport 9 00 Chccline 12 30 News 1 00 Grain Prices 5 00 News Wthr. Sporls CJOC 1220 5 00 Probe 1220 5 25 Sports 40 Market Report 5 41 Local News 6 00 World at Six 7 50 News Wthr Spoils 12 00 Hour of Information 1 00 News and Gram Prices CHEC-FM 100.9 MO.NDVY thru FRIDAY 6-00-9 00 a m Don McMaster 9 00 a m -.'i 00 p m Concie s Carousel .1 00-6 00 p m Don McMaster 00-10 00 p in Del King 10 00-12 Midnight Concert-.. Overtures and Encnr's 12 00 Sign Ofl on Mnndjt Tuesdav thru Del King CBR 1010 THURSDAY 6 30 It Happens H ll'l Themes and Variations 10 00 10 10 Kiom the Capitals IS Fue Nights A Week .10 Music and Opinion 11 01 The Inner Kyr FRIDAY 5 .10 jr m-l 'ps Kve Opener 8 00 World at ICighl 8 10 Opener 'i m 111 al Nine 'i 11 This i in ihi Summer Id Tune Signal Hi li.idio VKJII 1 211 Summci Scene 1 Sloik M.nkei 2 01 Summer Si one J .W OH the Kecoid 30 Hancock' Half Hour 4 00 BBC 4 Ofi Home Run 00 ttoilil jl Win'oneof.. Wardrobes worth S250 each or 2500 pairs of Slsc.s 5 00 O Hollywood Squares O News Password 5 25 Lucy 5 30 News O News O News 5 55 News 6-00 News O Double Feature Movies 1. The Family Kovack 2. Secret World O Movie. 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