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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 TH5 UTHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, May 13, 1970 Credit Cards For Church Donations EDMONTON (CP) Credit executives believe such unlikely things iis church donations will be paid by credit cards as con- sumer credit expands rapidly during the 1970s, the president- elect of the International Cred- it Association said here. Alvin L. Reed of St. Louis, Mo., was addressing the Pac- of LETHBR1DGE ENTERTAINMENT in LOUNGE THURSDAY, MAY 14th FRIDAY, May 15th THURSDAY BINGO NIGHT SATURDAY NIGHT DANCING 'TIL A.M. FOOD AND REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE Special Noon Menus Daily HAPPY TIME P.M. DAILY FOR ALL ELK MEMBERS AND GUESTS ific Northwest consumer credit conference. He said this was the impres- sion of 550 Society of Certified Consumer Credit executives in Canada and the United Stales surveyed on the future of their industry. Derek Finch, credit manager in Calgary for Gulf Oil Canada Ltd., told delegates computers will be used in the 1970s to im- prove loan collection and con- trol. Mr. Finch said computers probably will make even more decisions than trained credit personnel on who should re- ceive credit. UOOM HONORS IKE AYR, Scotland (Reuters) NATO Commander Gen. An- drew Goodpaster formally opened a room in nearby Cul- zean castle today in memory of former United States presi- dent Eisenhower. The room is a tribute fr'om the Scottish people in recognition of Eisenhower's valor as a wartime allied com- mander. Examination Called Off DENVER (AP) A medical examination in 'court for Joe Lrfwis, former world heavy- weight boxing champion who was committed to a psychiatric hospital May 1, has been railed off by agreement of lawyers. The examination had been scheduled lor Friday by a medi- cal commission before Judge David Brofman. Louis's lawyer, Irving An- drews, and an assistant city at- torney, agreed Monday that a motion for review of Louis' commitment and a request for a hearing before the medical com- mission would be withdrawn. They said the former fighter, who has a home in Denver, will be transferred from Colorado Psychiatric Hospital to the Vet- erans Administration Hospital. Louis was committed under a hold-for-trealment order issued by Judge Brofman. The order was issued at the request of Louis's son, Joseph Louis Ear- row Jr., a Denver law student, row Jr., a Denver law student. AIG Brief Suggests Farm Industry Control Marketing EDMONTON (CP) .The Al- berta Institute of Agrologists say the agricultural industry should control ils o w h market- ing system. In a brief to Agriculture Min- ister Henry A. Kuste the insti- tute said a marketing system controlled by the agricultural industry "would generate viable and economic performance." "Canadian agriculture is presently one of the least or- ganized industries in a highly organized the brief said. "Most of ils producer members must buy high cost in- puts from tariff protected in- dustry." Canadian a g r i culture, how- ever, had to "sell on a free mar- tet domestically, and in a mar- cet where competition is heavily subsidized, externally." The brief said that more than talf of Alberta's farmers have ess than the equivalent of a unior high school education. i Rural Canada had a worse ed cational system than urba Canada and worse than the r ral United States. The brief said farm colleg and junior colleges should c operate to help raise this leve Escapee Caught At Saskatoon CALGARY (CP) One two youths who escaped from minimum security prison wor camp near Nordegg, was ca] lured in Saskatoon. Police said they arrested Go don Cambeitz, 17, of Lake Le nore. Sask. The oilier youth who escape May 5 from the camp 120 mile northwest of Calgary, Hona" Orland McDermitt, 17, of Mi let, was still at large. JR. GIRLS' SHORTS Reg. Kresge Price 99i Pr. SPECIAL Pr. 4-6X JR. GIRLS' JAMAICA SHORT SETS OR 7-14 GIRLS' Reg. Kresge Price 1.99 Pr.-or Set SPECIAL 3-6 JR. BOYS' DENIM JEANS Reg. Kresge Price 1.83 Pf. SPECIAL 1.37 MISSES' SLEEVELESS BLOUSES Kresge Price Cottpn floral prints. Sizes: 12-20. MISSES' NYLON RIBBED TANK TOPS Kresge Price 2.47 I Colorful stripes! S-M-L TIN LADY PATRICIA IMPERIAL SIZE HAIR SPRAY Kresge-Price 14 OZ. JAR NOXZEMA SKIN CREAM Kresge Price CHINOOK BLANKET Kresge Price PKG.OF3 BOYS' ATHIETIC SHIRTS OR SHORTS Reg. 'Kresge Price 1.77 Pkg. SPECIAL WHITE COTTON PADDED BRA Reg. Kresge Price 1.00 SPECIAL LADIES' LYCRA SPORTS BRIEF Reg. Kresge Price 1.98 SPECIAL i t t M i i ILO.IML. Or C.L-1 AL 1.67 1.99 137- 73? 1.37 DUCK SURF SAND SET Kresge Price Set LIGHT BULBS 40-60-100 WATT Kresgo Price 16PCE.DURAWARED1NNERWARESET Reg. Kresge Price 3.98 Set SPECIAL 3.47- 50 FOOT DARK GREEN HOSE Reg. Kresge Price 1.69 SPECIAL 1.37 PLASTIC WATERING CAN 2 GaL Kresge Price ORANGE LEMON SLICES CELLO BAG Kresge Price NEW CRACK PROOF TRASH CAN Reg. Kresge Price 4.98 SPECIAL 3.33 FOLDING PICKET FENCE ir HIGH Reg. Kresge Price 1.49 SPECIAL 1.19 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED ITV HIGHLIGHTS; WEDNESDAY SPECIAL: "One Prairie 0 p.m., Cli. 3: CATV telecasts today's afternoon session of the four-day conference on Prairie union. SPECIAL: "America's Junior Miss 7 p.m., Ch. 3: Singer Jimmie Rodgers hosts this 13th annual pageant with 50 entrants representing each state's ideal high school girl. VARIETY: "Johnny Cash, 7 p.m., Ch. 11: Guests include Roy Acuff, Tex Hitter and Marly Bobbins. VARIETY: "Engclbcrt Ilumpcrdinck, 8 p.m., Ch. 11: Liberace and his discovery, singer Fay McKay, are the special guests. COMEDY: "Ghost anil Mrs. Muir, p.m., Ch. 7: Veteran actress Shirley Booth plays a spiritualist of dubious talent. SPECIAL: "One Prairie Province, 0 tun., Cli. 3: CATV telecasts another session of the four-day conference on Prairie union. INTERVIEW: "Pierre Burton Show, p.m., Ch. 13: Dr. Laurence J. Peter, the Canadian author of one of the hottest non-fiction best sellers of the year, explains his intriguing and often hilariously funny theory of incompe- tence in high places. THURSDAY MOVIE: "War Hunt, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: In Korea, Pvt. Raymond Endore's killer instinct grows to psychotic pro- portions. Stars John Saxon and Robert Redford. MOVIE: "The Nutty Professor, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: An eccentric chemistry professor discovers a secret formula. Stars Jerry Lewis. minuU chongei by nations end ii not thi H.rolJ w B.slwoy Ttltvilim. CJOG News on the Hour Wfhr., Sports on the Half Hour WEDNESDAY NIGHT World at fi Paul Tividar Hit Parade Rob Ingram Concern Terry Lumsden THURSDAY Jim Elliot News, Weather Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry Galloping Gourmet Maiinee Gardening Probe 1220 Probe 1220 News News, Grain Prices Jack Country Music CHEC News on the Hour Weather on the Half Hour WEDNESDAY NIGHT Farm News, Slocks Dinner Showcase- Ben! Pedersen Back to the Biblt Voice of China World Tomorrow All That Jazz CHEC FM KM.9 m.rj, to p.m. Herb Johnson- Classical Music to a.m. H. B. The Way i See It Music Factory Comuntty Bulletin THURSDAY Board S'OO Ron 'Stone Call of the Lnnd Farm Show News, Wthr., Sports News, Wthr., Sports Cattle Prices weather News Stock Market Report Woman's World Jean Pauley Comments Veryl Todd Jean Pauley Comments Caravan News Farm News, Stocks CBR Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour Supplement On Mike Socialism In Manitoba Concern News Balance and Biosphere National News Five Nights Week Theatre Age of Elegance Music Past Midnight THURSDAY Eye Oper.er News World at Eight Max Ferguson News Consumers Matinee Pratley at Movies Radio Noon After Noon Schools Broadcast Matinee Galloping Gourmet Afternoon Concert Gerrusi! Actuality LOOKING FOR SOMETHING SHARP IN RECORD PLAYERS? BESTWAY HAS A FINE SELECTION OF RECORD PLAYERS PRICED FROM AS LOW AS ONLY CHECK WITH US AND SAVE! CONVENIENT TERMS! FURNITURE APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4th Ave. -5th St. S. 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Kangaroo c I! Takes Two c Jack LaLanne c Galloping Gourmet Woman's World Best of Everylhlng A World Apart All My Children Make a Deal c Ncwlywed Game c Dating Game Secret Storm One Life to Live Dark Shadows Love, a Many Splendorcd thing General Hospital Life With Linkletter That Girl Bewitched TV-5 News CATV 3 TONIGHT (Wcrtncj.) One Prairie Province' Wednesday Afternoon Session One Hour Special Report ;