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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THI LETHBRIDCE HERALD Thursday, July 26, 1973 MONTH-END CLEARANCE PARALLEL TYPE LINE CLOTHES DRYER 180' of transparent f% blue line. Extra Special 111. Month-End Pries W" GIRLS' 10 SPEED BIKE 27 in. wheels. Woolworth Month-End Clearance Price..... 68.88 HAMPERS MR. FREEZE POPS 36 1 oz. treats. Cool the heat for only-----OO PICTURES 2 Scenes and still life. COMFORTER 100% polyester fibrefill. 0 QA Summer wedding value OB W V CHILD'S TRICYCLE Popular hi-rise handle- bars. Priced to clear Wi ICE BUCKETS Wood grained. 3 styles. SHAUN LUGGAGE STYLE RADIO battery or plug in. Month-End Beach Value 15.96 20 IN. FANS 2 speed electric, 5 yr. motor guarantee COOL SUMMER VALUE DISH TOWELS Whisk dry. Approx. MAHOGANY UTILITY STOOL Vinyl cushion top SUMMER BEACH TOYS 1.47 LADIES' ONE SIZE PANTY HOSE 351 pr. I For beach or backyard fun. Month-End Clearance Price...... MAC TAC adhesive vinyl covering. 2 rolls 1 MEN'S OR LADIES' WATCHES Swiss movement. Far-out styles. TWIN PACK PILLOWS Flake foam approx. 2 pillows for fCu LADIES' TANK TOPS Sizes S-M-L. Sharp colors. HASSOCKS Cushion vinyl. Assorted styles. 1. TURTLES Smiles and Chuckles. 14 oz. box......... Plush Bear and Dogs Month-End Clearance Price..... M 3-SPEED HAND MIXER 7.77 Samson-Dominion. Month-end Clearance Price Beautiful Summer shades. Wodworth Month-End Clearance SHORT AND TOP SET Ladies'sixes 2.88 BOYS' PANTS Sizes 4-6X. Denim, corduroy, stretch nylon. LADES' SHIFT DRESSES Small and medium only. Month-End Clearance LADIES' SHORTS White. Sizes LADIES' SLEEVELESS BLOUSES Polka dors. Sizes 32-36.......... LADIES' BODY SHIRTS Assorted colors. 1 2.96 DELICIOUS APPLE PIES 75c each or SUMMER CLEARANCE SPECIALS OUTDOOR TOTS. Zzzoem-tt. AH Clearing at CAMPER BLANKET Super Month-End Value MEN'S DRESS SUCKS.. 4 colon. Sizes 30-36 waist. Month-End Clearance 1. 5.88 LADIES' SUMS. 100% polyester. Sheet t to 16. Month-End Clearance Price SUMMER JEWEUERT CLEARANCE Assorted. for LADIES' THONGS. S-M4.XL Raised heel. Floral design on fop................ 8.88 2 88' 1.27 CREDIT PUN AVAILABLE Woolworflx Music honors received in Western Board exams Following Is a list of Leth bridge and district students who passed practical and theory examinations in May and Jun as set by the Western of Music. ..LETHBRIDGE PIANO Associate Gride XI Kristlen Berghmans, honours. X first class honours Laurie Fumagalli, Roxanne Laycock Tertja Pitcner; honours, Llnnde Renv Ingtorii Grade IX honours, sharmalne Bzdell, Barbara Milllken; pass, Davtd Fang. Grade VIII first class honours, Nancy honours, Carolyn Drewry, Rae Johnston, Val Erlckson, Robert Tagg. Grade first class honours, June Poelman, Susan Cross, carol Relmer; honours, Helen Matsushita, Catherine McCracken. Grade VI first class honours, Mary de Jourdan, Alonna Pack; hon- ours, Jeanelle Johnson, Lorena Anne Smith; pass, Karen Spackman. Grade V first class honours, Helen Montgomery, Elva FIndlay, Jane Khan and Sehaalje; honours, Douglas Keeler and Christine Kenwood Cheryl Houtekamer, Valerie Krywonts. Grade IV first class honours, Kevin Wlllms, Shlreen .Caiman, Mahnlc; honours, Dixie Fairbanks and Diane Colwill and Steven Ericfc- son Diane Pungor, Andrea Norby, Miriam Mahnlc, Filomena Dag- none, Carol Medorum Grade III first class honours, Nancy Foster, Susanne Kaufmann and an Coneybeer and Beverly Karbonik honours, Barbara Bourne, Susanna Konrad, Sharon Groothuis and Tamara Tagg Elizabeth Matlsz, Natalie Relmer. Grade II first class honours, Bev- erly Kaufmann; honours, Sandy Ivi- Sherry Kolioas and Katharine Kenwood Grade I first class honours, Car- olyn Wlllms, Kelly Okamura; hon- ours, James Okamura, Cathy smetan- uk. SINGING Grade V first class honours, KM Johnston. VIOLIN Grade VIII first class honours, Nancy Beatrice Faster. Grade VII honours, Elaine Klng- Irown. FLUTE Grade III first class honours, usan Foster. THEORY Grade VII History first class lonours, Roxanne Laycock. Grade VI Form pass, Teresa 'Itcher. Grade VI Harmony honours, Teresa Pitcher. Grade VI Musical Knowledge I ass, Krlstien Berghmans. Grade V Junior Aural Musician- hip first class honours, Carla Dawn Young; honours, Bette-Ann van Egter- n, Linda Remington. Grade V Harmony first class honours, Esther Landry, Html ton; Honours, Joanne Taflrl and Betl Ann van Egleren C r I Dawn Young; pass, Nancy Foste Margaret Fostar. Graoe IV first class honours, Lltv da Remington, Susan Cross. Grade III first class honours Alonna Pack, Maureen MeCall am Elizabeth Stillwell Lorn Winters, Jodie Pepper; Pass, Patricia Forsyth and Jane Rudd P1NCHER CREEK PIANO Grade IX honours, Betty Johnson Sharon Sorge; pass, Vada Wynder. Grade VIII honours, Debra Arch bald. Grade VII honours, Maureen Hln man, Fsyra Dennis, Donna Murph and Heatner Buries Stephen Mowers and Arlene Vogalaar (equal) pass, Lorna Merrill and Karen Fred- eriksen Brenda Hochsteln. Grade VI honours, Sharon Bens- ler; pass, Brenda Dewart, Ouane Pa- niec.' Grade v honours, Janet Voga- aar. Donna Bruder; pass, Rita Fred- eriksen, Evelyn Beere. Grade IV honors, Mgargaret Rl gaux, Lome Kemp and Cheryl Lam- tiers and Connie Murphy (equal) Linda Lammers and Jeanette Cote Grade III honours, Linda Kemp Dorothy LInehem; pass, Ronald Hock- stein, Brenda Bruder. Grade n honours, Barry Voga aar, Susan Stuckey, Patty Christen sen; pass, Debbie Hockstdn, Lana Cruder. Grade I first class honours, Gil Ian Heaton. THEORY Grade V Harmony, first class honours, Debra Bustard. Grade IV first class honours Eileen Peterson, Karen Frederlksen Melody Gllup; honours, Betty John- son and Sharon Sorge Grade III first class honours .orna Merrill, Josephine Murln, Sher- lee Rowledge. Grade I first class honours, Eve- yn Beere, Belinda Murln, C h e r y Lammers, Lorne Kemp, Linda Lam- mers, Wanda Murin, Janet Vogelaar, eanette Cote; honours, Doris Black burn; pass. Garth Hinman. BLAIRMORE PIANO Grade IX first class honours, W a y m a n Man; honours, Brenda 'hans. Grade VII first class honours, Anthony Fumagalli; honours, Karen Tcbek, Lori Koinberg and Lenore Pat- erson Franclne Catonlo. Grade VI first class honours. Bar- bara Dennis; honours, Mark Balog can Radford, Dianne Wells, Susan MacLeod. Grade V first class honours, rent Balog and Judy Pharis icnors, Bonnie Park. Grade IV first class honours, Rox- nne Van Wyk, Karen Vare; honours, hristine Maloff, Valerie Lonsbury. Grade III honours, GIni Decoux, ecilia Koszegl, Randy Bralthwalte, elga Koci. Grade II first class honours. ALEX HOTEL 322 5th ST. S. IN CONCERT ''PHIL LETHBRIDGE THE WEST WINDS" TO MIDNIGHT FRIDAY and SATURDAY 'The Lightermen1 AT THE MINERS' 733 13th St. N. MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY ELKS PUBLIC BINGO p.m. 1251 3rd Avrnnw EVERY THURSDAY 8 16 GAMES 15th GAME JACKPOT IN 55 NOS. in 56 NOS. in 57 NOS. If no called after 57 we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT IN 50 NOS. NO ONE UNDB Ifc YIAIS AUOWBN PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment FOR-EUCS AND INVITfP GUESTS ONLY THURSDAY. Jury 26 "Bridge Town Trio" FRIDAY, Jury 27 "Bridge Town Trio" SATURDAY, July 28 "Alberta Ranch Boys" Don't forget nwr Annual Gotf Tournament July 21 and 29 Bethany. Codd, Virginia Gale; honours Lynn Smith, Jo-arm Macleod, Michelle Lundgren, Donald Pitt, Carrie Lee Morency. Grade I first class honours, Kathy Treks, Darcy Panlslak and Joanne Price honours, Michelle Do- bek and Dallas Fraser and Tammy Slegelaar Mark Townsend Joan Grade I honours, Jody Hutchln- sn. TRUMPET Grade I honours, Douglas Koin- berg, waiter Gall THEORY Grade VII Harmony, first class honours, Wayman Mah; honours, Lurie Fumagalli, Debbie Fantln. Grade VI Form, first class hon- ours, Karen Pozil. Grade VI History, honours, Karen Pozzl. Grade V Harmony, first class honours, Brenda Pharis, Karen Dobek. Grade IV first class Mark Balog, Barbr Dennis and Mar- garet Radford and Diane Wells Joan Radford, Michael Coll- Ings and Susan MacLeod Grade III first class honours, Dlans Bralthwalte, Barry Huclk, Joan RadGrade II first class honours, first class honors, Val- arle Lonsbury. COLEMAN PIANO Grade V pass, Deborah Duncan, Grade III honours, Marion Fon- tana. Lee Ann Beever. Grade III honours, Marlon Fon- tana, Lee Ann Beever. Grade II honours, Lorraine Zmaeff, Rochelle Juhlin, Peter Owen; pass, Laurie Beever. Vigil ends for family of 'victim9 THREE FORK, Mont. (AP) The family of a Michigan seven-year-old is ending gil they have kept since Susie Jaeger apparently was kidnap- ped a month ago. TAe child apparently was ab- ducted from the tent at a camp- ground where she was sleeping with two other Jaeger children June 25. Intensive searches of the area by the FBI and Montana offi- cials turned up no trace of the Her mother, Mrs. Wffiam Jaeger, said the family thinks Susie is still alive, and bopes a man wtoo made a ransom call July 2 wfll contact the Fann- ington, Mich., family again. Teen-ager ffitdity PHEJPSBURG, (AP) accident involving a car and a logging truck near Phaipsburg has taken the life of a 15-year-old Seattle, Wash., He was Kevin Tittle, who died Tuesday when the car struck the rear of the truck baked on U.S. Highway 10A. A 17-year-old boy in the car was taken to hospital in Mis- soda in critical condition. Two of the Tittle youth also in the car. were not hurt. The death was the 158th in Montana accidents this year. compared with 207 on this date a year ago. PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "IVm Sawyer" Last Complete Show Family Friday Matinee "Aristocats" "Song of the Sooth" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short "Love Pain and The Whole Damn Thing" Last Complete Show Adult COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects------- "Battle for the Planet of the Apes" 10 05 Last Complete Show Family GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "JoeEdd" "You'll Like My Mother" One Complete Show Adult COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF UTHBtlDGE Public Swimming, Skirting and Museum Schedule fAOUTY July 26j fri., Jutr 27 i Sat., Mr U j Sun., Jury i Matt., FRITZ SICK POOt UONS root Noon Swim (Adults only) 12-1 p.m. Public Swim 1-5 p.m. end 8-10 p.m. Noon Swin) only) 12-J p.jn. Public Swim 1 5 p.m. and 8-10 p.m. Public Swim p.m. ond 6 30 9 p in. HENDERSON NXH HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE SIR ALEXANDER GAIT MUSEUM Public Swim 11 o.m.-9 p.m. 1-9 p.m. Public Swim p.m. end 6-30 9 p.m. Public Swim 1-5 p.m. Public Swim 1-5 p.m. and 6-9 p.m. Public Swim 11 o.Tn.-9 p.m. 1-9 p.m. Pwblie Swim 11 e.m.-9 p.m. p.m. Public Swim 5 p.m. Family 6-8 p.m. Public Swim 1-5 p.m. end fi 9 p.m. Public Swim 1-9 p.m. Neon Swim (Adults Only) 12-1 p.m. Public Swim 1 5 p.m. Public Swim p.m. and 9 p.m. Public Swim 11 o.m.-9 p.m. Public Skating p.m. 2 5 P-m. j 1Q-4-.3Q P-m- HIGHLIGHTS THURSDAY WESTERN: Bonanza, p.m., Ch. 9. Little Joe makes friends with Calamity Jane and her boyfriend Doc Holiday gets a little jealous. MUSICAL: It's A Musical World, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. A mu- sical salute to the province of Ontario with Tommy Common and the singing Brothers Four. DRAMA: Rung Fu, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. Cainc's adventures in a rough mining town hinge on desperate elements. MOVIE MUSICAL: Damn Yankees, p.m., Ch. 11. Mixes basPball and a Faustian plot with hit songs like Heart and Whatever Lola Wants. FRIDAY MOVIE DRAMA: Golden Boy, p.m., 13. On his 21st birthday, a man who has fought poverty and dis- couragement in order to become a great violinist, announces his father's decision to become a boxer. RADIO and TV LISTINGS ore listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule ts due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the res- ponsibilrfy of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC Morley McGill and Allan Bell Contemporary News; Doug Marvin Contemporary Sports; Leo Dow Farm Ntws; Music We Remember Sunday Mornings. MONDAY thru FRIDAY News News Sports Buryl Clark Buryl Clarke' News News Buryl Clarke Buryl Clarke Farm News Bob Hesketh Cattle Prices Checline News News Buryl Trading Post CJOC if News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whin, Bill Matheson; Sport Brent and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Card-Memories with George Brown on Sunday Mornings THURSDAY NIGHT FRIDAY Jack Thys Probe 1220 Jim Elliot Probe 1220 John Charles Show CBC News News, Wthr, Spirt World at News, Wthr. Sport News and Grate Stan Batlley Shew Phone Bill Show Prices Jim Parsons Show Jim Elliot Summer Jack Thys Stan Batlley Shew Leo Dow John Oliver 12J5 Farm News News Sports Grain Prices Call of the Wild John Oliver Bruce Bowie Show MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don-McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-O 6 p.m.-lO p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m.-U midnight Show CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Don Hedman i p.m.-l a.m. Dell-O SUNDAYS Concerts, a.m.-i p.m. and Encores Concerts, Overtures (Bob Concle) and Encores (Bob Concle) 1-2 p.m. The Gasthavs Hour (German program) 2-4 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-iz midnight Concerts, Overtures (Bob Concle) THURSDAY NIGHT Home Run BBC News News World at Six As it Happens Themes and Variations CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Five Nights a Week This Country Music and Opinion Radio Noon News The Inner Ear News, weather. Sign Off FRIDAY Eye Opener News, Wthr. Sports World at Eight From the Capitals Eye Opener Stockmarket Holidays Bob Kerr BBC Home Run BBC News World et She The Lethkidgc Herald CHINOOK Saturates The Southern Alberta Market! over Lethbridge and district readers bi-monthly. DONT BUY ADVERTISING IN THE DARK! We submit our records to the regular scutiny of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and our circulation prac- tices to the discipline of their regulations! Next Chinook August 7th (Advertising Deadline- is August CALL 32S-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION! aOC-TV Channel 7 (Cabtevision Ch. 6) THURSDAY HIOHT CJOC News Sesame Street Hollywood Squares Crossfire Beverly Hillbillies Get Smart Fright Night: Truth or Come- News hunt in the Jungle quences Lets Make Deal Korner Galloping Gourmet Joan Waterfield 3D Edge of Nloht Family Court Drop In Hollywood Squares These Our People Man and the City Pinochio it's a Musical Farm and City World News Mary Tyler Moore Ed Allen Mvie: King ct the Doug Crosley Wild Stallions Mon Ami Nightingale Friendly Giant News Mr. Dress Up CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cabfevision Ch. 4) North Maple Family Affair Movie: GoMen Boy Eye Bet Somerset Another World WhSl'S The Good WOTtf? it's up To YOB THURSDAY HI8HT Anything You Can Do Buckshot Star Trek News Beat me Cteck George iThe People The 8-00 Kong Fu George Kirbr Here jCome Seventies Western Economics Supermarket Pierre Bertan ence News News Pierre Berton Merv Griffin FRIDAY Tbocsht for Day University of Air Canada A-M, Romper Room Yoga Trouble trtfh Tracy 1th 00 Unde SoSby Star Trek NWt KRTV Great Mb 3 (Cabfevisfon Ch. 9} Salute Agriculture As The Wortfl Tumi Today Show Today In Montana The pyramid Another World KW ixwrnry Wizard of Odds New.MjWh_ Helen Reddy Show Hollywood News Jeopardy Tonight show 10-30 Who, What, Where Joken Wild FRIDAY Game Unflerstandlng Oaf News THURSDAY HIOHT News News t-OD Bonanza Ironside Music Country News 5.00 News KFBB-TV Great Folk Channel S (Cablevision Ch. 11) Let's a Deal 12-00 Nortywed Game THURSDAY K1OHT News COO News Trvm Consequencn Mod StfUBd Kong Fu Streets of San TV-3 Movie: OftflW FRIDAY Farm News 'LeLatma one Ufe to Uve Audrey 5-00 Of Our Uvei Galloping Gourmet Dinars Place Yotmg end The 3-00 Three on a MiteH Restless 3.3JDJUTW Game Search for Tomorrow W Children 4.39 5.00 Password ;