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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE June WEEKEND TERRIFIC BUYS! McCORMICKS FRUIT SLICES bag............. LEAF MR. FREEZE 36 1 oz. pops per bag, assorted flavors 99 RALLY TANDEM 5 Rally bike and wagon combination, ages 1 to 4............. BATH TOWELS Available in assorted plain shades, approx. 60" x 30" PLASTIC JUMBO PITCHER Holds over 2 quarts............... 4 PIECE 288 CANISTER SET White with yellow liris LITES Latest mod style, takes UD to 60 watt bulb COVERED BOWL SET 4 assorted sizes. STURDY PLASTIC 98 POOL I-ft A Approx. 4'diameter, white with animal designs WEBBED LAWN CHAIR Plastic armrests and tubular aluminum frames R WHAM-0 FRISBEE Canada's favorite Game of Catch 99 BARBECUES Folding tripod legs. '49 ASSORTED FISHING ACCESSORIES Choose from hooks, plugs, spinners, leaders, etc............. SLEEPING SAGS 100% cotton. approx. 28" x 70" MARBLE PLASTIC BALLS Great for beach or any summer fun 99 C [97 MEN'S VINYL SANDALS Criss cross straps I76 J NOVELTY AQ7 T-SHIRTS x87: Assorted novelty Saying or Prints. Sizes 0 GIRLS' BEACH THONGS Assorted colors with matching flower on centre of strap LADIES' SANDALS Criss cross straps available in tan or white LADIES' STRAW HATS _ 2 styles with large rims. Protect v T yourself from the sun I MEN'S STRAW HATS Assorted colors, sizes S.M.L BOYS' BASEBALL CAPS Combination and blue colors BOYS' T-SHIRTS 3 button front, assorted plain shades, sizes 8 to 16 20 PIECE DINNER WARE SET Beautiful English Ironstone, choose from I three distinctive patterns MEN'S SHIRTS Longsleeved shirts in J% HOSE One size fits all, beige and spice summer pastel checked patterns, sizes S.M.L. SIZE SPORT HOSE Navy, brown and To wear with pant suits and slacks one size UNISEX TANK TOPS Solid colors, sizes S.M.L 2 PIECE SWIM SUIT Printed top with matching solid bottom 43 199 COSMETIC BAGS W Two sizes per pkg., bright floral prints SLEEVELESS SHELLS 100% nyton in a cool summer pattern, sizes S.M L......... LADIES' I88 SHORT SETS 100% nylon with striped top and matching white shorts SHORTS T-SHIRTS 100% nylon m solid shades of white. Novelty T-snirts of poly- blue, red or A ester sizes S M.L. for O TODDLERS' NYLON SHjSL MM days 2S around house, assorted pnms or plain snades Shop all for non-advertised specials. Open Thurs. and Fri. until 9 P.M. CBS newscaster still active at 82 NEW YORK (AP) Lowell Thomas, who started as a newspaper boy in a Colorado mining town, is in his 70th year in the news business. And although the si! year old CBS newscaster hasn't worked regularly on a new- spaper since the early 1900s with the Chicago Journal while in law school he still considers himself a new- spaper man. Thomas still does a Monday through Friday news show for CBS Radio. When Sept. 29 rolls around, he will have logged his 44th year on the network. I The veteran globe trotter, author, chronicler of two world wars and friend of some of the most famous names in LOWELL THOMAS modern history, isn't the gabby sort. Asked about the late Gen. Henry (Hap) Arnold, head of the Army Air Forces in the Second World War. he recalls him thus: "Knew him a long time. We used to fly together when he was a young lieutenant. together once out near Coffeyville, Kansas. Pieces just started flying off the plane. Nobody was hurt, VOICES FEW OPINIONS Thomas isn't the kind of veteran journalist, either, who is known for strong public opinions, particularly on politics. For example: The Teapot Dome scandal had Congress and the White House in an up- roar in 1924. So how did the mood of the country and its newspapers then compare with the uproar now over Watergate'' "That's pretty hard to com- pare because it's so far in the past that it's difficult to he replied. Thomas was asked how he got into broadcasting. He said it was indirectly due to his travels with British Col. T. E. Lawrence Lawrence of Arabia during the First World War He had written a best-sell- ing book about the man and was on a world tour, retelling the story, when he got fed up with speaking engagements and settled down to write other books. But a man from the new Columbia Broadcasting Co. talked him into auditioning as a replacement for the crtm- pany's newscaster, war cor- respondent Floyd Gibbons. He was led to a microphone in a New York studio. Three musicians also were three. "The Columbia man said, 'If you don't mind, we'd like to have you talk for about 15 Thomas recalled. "I said, 'What And he said, 'It doesn't make any difference. Talk about anything.' He decided to hold forth on matters in Burma and India. Before starting, he said, he told the musicians: 'I wonder if you'd play some soft music." I suggested some Oriental thing. The rest is broadcasting history. Judge rules sex book not obscene EDMONTON (CP) A controversial textbook on sex, The Joy of Sex. is not obscene, District Court Judge S. V. Legg ruled Wednesday about a month after a week-long hear- ing in which the provincial government sought to have it ruled obscene. In a 20-page decision, Judge Legg said the book is "a serious work on sex" and he ordered 50 copies of the book returned to Coles Book Stores Ltd.. where they were seized earlier. Star dies Pamela Britton, who starred in the tele- vision series "Blondie" and also on Broadway, died Monday in Arlington Heights, III., of cancer. Funeral services will be held' in Los Angeles Fri- day. Mona Lisa visitors slow pace MOSCOW visitors to the Pushkin museum to see the Mona Lisa are upsetting the schedule of museum officials by staying in front of the Leonardo da Vinci painting longer than of- ficials had planned. This has cut attendance by two-thirds. "We knew in advance that we could not do like the Japanese and grant only 10 seconds to each visitor to ad- mire the Mona Lisa, not because our public isn't dis- ciplined but because they need time to understand, to penetrate the a museum director said Tuesday. "After all we can hardly use the knout (whip) to make them go faster." She said only persons instead of 12.000 are seeing the painting daily. Visitors often have to wait more than five hours to enter the room where the Mona Lisa is on display. Museum officials said only a few professors and officials from other museums are ad- mitted privately without hav- ing to stand in line. 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. TV highlights THURSDAY SEMIDOCUMENTARY: An Elephant Called Slowly, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. A return to the local of "Born Free" in this dramatized travelogue. 2 hrs. MOVIE DRAMA: Nicky's World, 6 p.m., Ch. 9. This focuses on the Kaminis clan, Greek Americans whose livelihood is jeo- pardized. Charles Cioffi, Mark Shera, Olympia Dukakis. MOVIE COMEDY: Viva p.m., Ch. 9. A Mexican general leading a present-day reoccupation of Alamo. Peter Ustinov, Pamela Tiffin, Jonathan Winters. 1970, 90 min. MOVIE MYSTERY: Night Train to Terror, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. A whodunit about a killer at large on a San Francisco-bound train. David Steinberg, Keenan Wynn, Hildjr Brooks. 1973, 90 min. MOVIE COMEDY: The Spy with a Cold Nose, p.m., Ch. 11. Bumbling British agents and luscious Soviet spies. Laurence Harvey, Dalian Lavi, Lionel Jeffries. 1966, 1 hr. 50 min MOVIE DRAMA: The Condemned of Altona, a.m., Ch. 7. Post-war problems of a German Family. Sophia Loren. Fredric March, Robert Wagner. 1963. FRIDAY MOVIE WESTERN: Money, Women, and Guns, 1 p.m., Ch. 13. An investigator tries to trace the beneficiaries of a murdered prospector. Kim Hunter, Gene Evans, Tim Hovey, William Campbell. 1958, 90 min. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are lifted by the Radio and Televiton Stations. Any variation in program schedule ii due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC 1090 MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 50 Farms News 7.30 News. Wthr Sport 9 00 Checlme 12 30 News 1 00 Grain Prices 5 00 News. Wthr. Sports CJOC 1220 5 00 Probe 1220 5-25 Sports 5 40 Market Report 5 41 Local News 6 00 World at Six 7 50 News. Wthr Sports 12 00 Hour of Information TOO News and Grain Prices CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 00-9.00 a.m Don McMaster 9-00 a m-3 00 p.m. Concie's Carousel 3 00-6-00 p m Don McMaster 6 00-10 00 p nj Del King 10.00-12 Midnight Concerts Overtures and Encores 12 00 Midnight Sign Off on Monday Tuesday thru Friday Del King CBR 1010 THURSDAY 6.30 As It Happens 8 03 Themes and Variations 10 00 News 10 10 From the Capitals 10.15 Five Nights A Week 10 HO Music and Opinion 11 O.i The Inner Ear FRIDAY 5 30 Warm-ups. 6 05 Caigarv Eye Opener 8 00 dt Eight (i 10 Opener 9 00 World at Nine v 1.1 This Countn in the Morning 10 59 Time Signal 11 56 Political Broadcast 12 O.J Radio Noon 1 55 .Market 2 a a a> a. "Join the Pepsi People Peeling Free" HELP SUPPORT MINOR SOCCER Minor soccer is growing in Lethbridge and we need your help; This year we have 4 MITE TEAMS 3 PEEWEE TEAMS 3 BANTAM TEAMS 1 MIDGET TEAM Almost double over last years participation. You can see the boys play. MONDAY or WEDNESDAY p.m. p.m. at these locations: WILSON JR. HIGH WINSTON ALLAN WATSON CHURCHILL GILBERT FLEETWOOD PATERSON BAWDEN ST. 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