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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday. June 13, 1974 FATHER'S DAY SPECIALS MEN'S GAS LIGHTER 4 styles to choose from..... PRES-KWIK CIGARETTE 795 DISPENSER A gift dad can use at home, office, car or in the boat 199 SANYO B W TELEVISION 13" screen with white yellow or red cabinet. A Dad will really enjoy this 98 50 PORTABLE RADIO HasAM-FM reception and operation. Dad can use this anywhere CASSETTE TAPE RECORDER 2 types to choose from complete with batteries microphone earphone AUDITION CLOCK RADIO AM-FM reception with digital clock. Let dad wake to music S15 31 50 KODAK X-15 Instamatic Camera Comes complete with camera, film flashcubes 10 PAGE PHOTO ALBUM No glue or corners needed.......... ASSORTED 8 TRACK TAPES Choose from an assortment dad will enjoy 88 1 88 LEATHER LIKE RECLINING CHAIR 3 positions to let dad really relax. Available in brown, green or gold 89 95 GOLD WEB TYPE CHAISETTE Aaa 3-position for dad's H lazy days this summer..... REGENT LAWN DARTS _ Let dad enjoy all your family outings with this game SNUG-A-BUG SLEEPING BAG _( 100% cotton, approx. 28x70....... WOOLCREST HIBACHI Double size with two removable grills BAR-B-QUE Adjustable grill that removes for easy cleaning. Let dad be the chef this summer PATIO TABLES 19" diameter available in white or floral design 1 98 BRENTWOOD20" :FAN Keep dad cool with this summer special. Available in avocado OSCILLATING LAWN SPRINKLER Covers area up to 220 sq ft SOFT. GARDEN HOSE HEAVY DUTY oo Dad can really get at his yard with these STYROFOAM COOLERS Great for the picnics this summer FRIG-PACK Keeps food or drink cold or hot ASSORTED FISHING ACCESSORIES Buy dad several of this assortment 125 88C 2 PIECE LUGGAGE SET A gift dad can really use for the Holidays ahead. Choose from avocado or blue FRUIT OF THE LOOM DRESS SHIRTS many MEN'S NYLON JACKETS MEN'S WESTERN SHIRTS ong smiths nap MEN'S STYLE SHOES :so 196 TANK TOPS Sizes S.M.L.choose from yellow, blue, green or red casual MEN S BEACH THONGS S M L Mil TOOL BOXES Any dad can this. Has lift out tray for those small Items............... 5 50 88 SPINNING ROD REEL Kit includes 2 piece glass rod and reel with drag control SUNCRAFT 39 HAIRDRYER Pistol type with case GILLETTE 97 TRACK Razor with 5 Twin blade cartridges Shop all departments for non-advertised specials. Open Thurs. and Fri. until 9 P.M. HANDY MAN'S TOOLS Choose from a large assort- ment that dad will really use WATERPROOF FLASHLIGHT Great 1or home or car MEN'S FLIGHT BAG _ Ample room 1or most any K clothes a man needs 199 1 (50 Injured actor facing problem Bv DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Kim Darby told me this touching story about her ex husband. Jim'Stacv. and their live vear old daughter. Heather After Stacv was so badly injured in the motorcycle accident Kim had to do a lot of explaining Jim and Heather had been very close "Heather is more like Jim than like me." Kim says. "She isn't afraid of anything She's a tomboy, very sure of herself I was always the insecure sort would always do physical things with her he'd take her swimming and skiing and do all kinds of activities with her She loved that After he was hurt he lost a left arm and leg in a motorcycle car accident Kim had to explain to her daughter that her father wouldn't be coming over and taking her to the beach or to the mountains. "He won't be able to take you swimming or skiing any more, darling." Kim said to Heather. "But." the little girl said, "he'll still be able to smile at me. won't Kim says Jim is doing nobly with the one arm and one leg he has left This past Easter, he brought Heather an Easter bunny as a present, one of those plush stuffed toys She handled it roughly and its nose fell off With his one hand. Jim sewed a button on to replace the bunny's nose NO SURPRISE During the disastrous Goldwvn Studio lire, some of the firemen looked around and were startled to see Steve McQueen manning a hose They shouldn't have been startled he's an accredited volunteer fireman and often helps out at major Los Angeles fires WAYNE ILL John Wayne is in the hospital again and his friends are worried No word vet on whether this is just a checkup or if there is anything more serious involved WRONG AGE A nice note at hand from the old timer actor. Eric Linden. In my question and answer column. I was asked about him and I cheated him out ot one year in my reply. "The only thing I mind." he writes, "is your making me 65 before my time I won't be 65 until September 15th of this year. The go fast enough. Dick In case anyone's interested. I'm very happily married, with three beautiful children Andrea. 11. David. 12 and Karen 17 He lives in South Laguna Calif., and it's nice to hear from him He did some wonderful work in his time. GIVEN GRANT The New York Jazz Museum has been awarded a grant ol S14U.OOO by the Ford Foundation JIM STACY TV highlights THURSDAY MOVIE MUSICAL: Gentlemen Marry Brunettes, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. Two sisters try to repeat their mother's success as they crash Paris show business Jane Russell, Jeanne Cram. Scott Brady. Allan Young, Rudy Vallee, 1955. 2 hrs. DRAMA: The Walton's, 6 p.m., Ch. 9. Old and young face poignant adjustments. Grandma, searching lor her lost youth. Mary Ellen yearning for maturity 60 min. MOVIE DRAMA: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? 7 p.m., Ch. 9. The battleground is a New England college campus, where a bitter, middle-aged professor, and his coarse wife play host to a young faculty couple. Elizabeth Taylor. Richard Burton Beorge Segal. Sandy Dennis. 1966. 2 hrs, 30 min DOCUMENTARY SPECIAL: Shengyang Acrobatic Troupe 7 p.m., Ch. 11. Always flawless and often thrilling one critic's praise for the Shenyang Acrobatic Troupe. 60 mm MOVIE MYSTERY: Moving Target, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. A whodunit movie about a cop who is murdered with his own gun while on duty Harry Guardino. Moses Gunn 1973. 90 min MOVIE DRAMA: Someone Behind the Door, p.m., Ch. 11. About a brain surgeon's efforts to make an amnesiac commit murder for him. Charles Bronson. Anthonoy Perkins. Jill Ireland. 1971. 1 hr 55 min UCTION Master-charge 2508-2nd Ave. N. Cnargex "More action by Auction" License No. 077855 327-1222 Book denies great Latin lover tales ROME (APi Foreign women quoted in a book pub- lished here Wednesday denied all those tales about great Latin lovers Italian men. they say. are poorlv suited for the battle of the sexes are like puppies, not men." says an Austrian woman in the book Italsex. by Kalian writer Costanzo Cos- tantini "It's not true they are good lovers." a Chilean asserts "They enjoy only the con- quest and by the time they come to the physical act they are so tired that they can't do anything more." the author said the inter- views with 20 foreign women, all residents of Italy and all admitted to sex with Italian men. are intended to compare their views with accusations by Italian women that their Latin partners were inept in bed A Brazilian interviewed by fonstantini told hirrr "In there is a permanent sex championship The dream of the Italian is to die while making love." An Australian complained. "They must make you preg- nant immediately to prove to themselves, their parents and relatives that they are all great men." A Spaniard had the only kind words "The Italian man is capable oi making his woman feel she is the sexiest in the if he is thinking ot his appointment with the next Have you ever wondered how the bullfighter cools off after the bullfight? Granada. A deliriously refreshing sangria wine. Made to be served ice cold on nice days with good friends. i. H-M 1 W1NJ 1 li' Hi R1A 7 UP RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Tele- vision Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of chinook Beverages Limited or The Leth- bridge Herald. 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