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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, November 11, 1970- MACLEODS SPECIALS 10% DOWN YOUR PURCHASE Till DEC. 18th -OR- USE YOUR NEW GAMBLES CANADA CREDIT CARD ARTIFICIAL Mf CHRISTMAS TREES Ik PRESTONE ANT1FREEZ Regular Gal. 2.45. SPECIAL......... 6 ft. Scotch Pine or Bloc Spruce from 8 ROLL CHRISTMAS GIRT WRAP 400 inches. Reg. 2.49. NOW 16 ASSORTED CHRISTMAS CARDS Reg. to 1.25. NOW.......... MONOPOLY A game for 2-8 players. Reg. 4.49. NOW......... SPIROGRAPH Anyone can draw beautiful designs in seconds. NOW NOMA 15 LITE OUTDOORS SET Reg. 3.99. NOW............ SKATE TRADE-IN SALE Trade In Your Old For Nsw SAVE -00 4-00 J.OO SMOKE SHOP SPECIAL CIGARETTES 4-29 REGULARS (corton) Reg. 4.49. NOW KING SIZE (cqrton) Reg. 4.59. NOW MARCON BATTERY CHARGER 6 and 12 volt, 2 amps. Reg. 11.95. NOW MARCON CAR NOW SNOW TRAVELLER SNOW TIRIS Studded, double whitewall. Reg. 21.95, NOW____ MARCON 12 VOLT BATTERIES For fast starts in ths coidest weather. Reg. 18.88. NOW TOOL HOLDER REVOLVING Reg. 1.98. NOW WESTINGHOUSE FLASH CUBES Reg. 1.59. NOW C x 126 16 I-77 77' Reg. 529.95 NOW CARNABY MARK II STEREO 8 Speaker Chassis .95 399 HIGH POWER AMMUNITION SPECIALS IMPERIAL Reg. J NOW 30.30 j 5.45 I 4.99 303 I 6.75 6.44 308 6.75 6.44 30.06 6.75 i 270 6.75 6.44 30-30 WINCHESTER MODEL 94 Reg. 104.84. VP 126-12 KODAK VERICHROME Reg. 77c. NOW 0 TOOKE PERMA PRESS DRESS SHIRTS In deep tones and stripes, SPECIAL................ 7.oo COVENTRY GIRLS' WIGS 3 slyles Io choose from. SPECIAL MEN'S DRESS PANTS Reg. 15.95. NOW 27 1395 SAVE 85.95 SANYO 19" COLOR TV Slide Control Free Home Trial Regular 524.95 NOW..... 439 .00 1 ONLY. HEETWOOD 3-WAY COLOR COMBINATION Reg. 1299.00 NOW .00 n CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-8655 Bpl Actress faces suit CLEVELAND (AP) Clove- land policeman Robert S. Pie- pcr filed a suit Tuesday against actress Jine Fonda, charging tliat she kicked Mm in the thigh as she was arrested FONDA Kicked Policeman last week at Hopkins Interna- tional Airport. Miss Fonda is accused of as- saulting Pieper and U.S. cus- toms agent Edward B. Matsu- ?.ak. She also is charged with fraudulently bringing pills into the United States from Toronto. Pieper has accused Miss Fonda of unlawful anl mali- ciously kicking him in his upper left thigh. He asked for in compensatory damages and in punitive damages, saying the kick made him "weak, sore and partially disa- bled." Miss Fonda was ordered to face a grand jury Monday after her lawyers argued for dis-' missal of the charges of assault- ing a customs officer and fraud- ulently bringing pills into the United States. Released under continuation of an earlier bond Fonda, 32, is scheduled for trial Jan. 6. Lawyer Mark Lane kept Mn- tuszak on the stand two hours. Matuszak, a prosecution wit- ness, was the only witness called. Lane questioned Matuszak in- tensively on details of Miss Fon- da's arrest early Nov. 3 at Cleveland Airport, but was re- peatedly stopped in his question- ing by government objections. Included was an objection to an attempt to have Matuszak say whether Miss Fonda was on list of persons singled out for Stuart tanks recovered by militia units TORONTO (CP) Militia units have dug out three of five Stuart tanks buried in mud in the Humber Valley when the valley was flooded by Hurricane Hazel in 1934. The tanks, with their turrets visible, were discovered by children playing in the valley where they had stored. Don Smith, president of the Military Technical Museum at Fort York, said Sunday he hopes all the tanks eventually will be recovered and re- stored. "Apart from two Stuart tanks at the monument in Camp Borden and one at an armory at St. Catharines, these are the only Stuart tanks left in he said. The tanks saw action with the 8th Army in desert battles in the early stages of the Sec- ond World War and also were used for reconnaisance in Eu- rope- special a 11 e n t i o n at border points. Lane and Cleveland lawyer Irein Harriott argued that Miss Fonda had a prescription for the medicine, that she was pre- vented from talking with her lawyer while detained and that her arrest was political harass- ment. POT TAX GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) An internal revenue service ex- ecutive says his office will send tax bills to anyone convicted of marijuana. The fed- eral tax on the drug is ?100 an ounce. SHIPS ORDERED GLASGOW (AP) Tiie Yar- row shipyard said two frigates ordered by the Chilean govern- ment will be fitted with Scacat close-range anti-aircraft mis- siles manufactured by a Belfast firm. 1TV HIGHLIGHTS! Hot-line radio host quits job TORONTO (CP) Larry Sol- way, hot-Iine rad io host on CHUM, left the station today following a management deci- sion to discontinue a series he was doing on sex. Allan Waters, president and general manager of CHUM, apologized to "the listeners who were offended. Mr. Solway, who hail been with the station for 14 years, was to have wound up his series this morning with a program featuring Dr. David Reuben, au- f.hor of Everything You Wanted to Know About Sex and Were Afraid to Ask. Mr. Waters, however, said in sn interview that he and a sta- tion vice-president listened to a tape of a previous program in the series and found It be- yond the bounds of good taste." The Canadian Radio Televi- sion Commission has requested tapes of previous shows in the series. Tliant may reappomt Hoffman UNITED NATIONS (AP) Paul G. Hoffman will be 80 next April 26, but he is reported in line for a new term as head of the growing UN program of aid to developing countries. Sources in a position to know say UN Secretary-General U Thant has decided to reappoint Hoffman administrator of the UN development program and is weighing wheher to make the extension for two years or three. Hoffman's present five-year term runs.out at the end of this year. He has been a leader of the TIN development program since it began in 1959. Vigorous despite his age, Hoffman is considered invalua- ble because of his ability to per- suade those of the United contribute to the voluntary funds he runs. WEDNESDAY MOVIE: The Music Man, C p.m., Ch. "c. Conclusion of the Broadway hit musical about a travelling con-man and a smalltown librarian. Stars Robert Preston and Shirley Jones. SPORTS: Hockey, 11 p.m., Ch. 13: The Vancouver Canucks meet the Toronto Maple Leafs. DRAMA: Somerset Maugham, 8 p.m.. Ch. 1: The Letter profiles the unexpected conclusion of a court case involving a woman accused of kilting her lover. With Andre DRAMA: Name of the Game, p.m. Ch. 13: Robert Wagner guest stars as a smuggler suspected of murder in the death of an ace pilot. SPECIAL: And We Were Young, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: A docu- mentary on Canada's sacrifices during the First World War. MOVIE: The War of the Worlds, p.m., Ch. J3: Gene Barry (Name of the Game) stars in a 1953 science- fiction saja about an attack on earth by Martians. THURSDAY MOVIE: A Deal in Danger, 1 p.m., Cli. H: Former Cana- dian Robert Goulct stars as an American correspondent who poses as a traitor in order to infiltrate Nazi ranks. INTERVIEW: Liberate, 3 p.m., Ch. 7: Take 30 visits with the pianist-entertainer who talks about his personal life and why he never married. littld by radio and felfviiior ittiedulei it (Jut mifiuta tnoBSfi by tha >laliom iMMfeititv Th. Bi-lway WEDNESDAY NIGHT Dinner Back io the Sibie Voice of Chips World Tomsnow CHEC-FM THURSDAY BreaKfas! With Bruce Farm Show News, Wtlir., Sporl; Weather News Stock Marks! Report Woman's World CHEC 9-33 Jean Pauiev The Hour he Way Ses II MGN. THRU THURS. Community Bulletin Larry Board Donahus Call of the land Jphn David News, Wlhr., Sports Horn Cattle Pricx. Tourist Topics Jean Pauley Comments News iGnts Larry Denahus The Other Side Jctm David Horn The Way 1 See It J, D. rucr CM McAllister CHcC a.m. News Fifteen Minutes Io Chuck Tanner CJOC WEDNESDAY NtGHT News, Wlhr., Sporl- New Probe 1220 _ SO News, Wtlir, Sport prk :45 Phone Bill Show 05 Wayne Barry. Mai 00 Pruba 1320 World at Six Request Line Sob Ingram Showi THURSDAY Jim Elliott i end !S Thys WEDNESDAY NIGHT Supplement On Mike Soundings Concern Ideas Network News Music Past Midnighf if CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary THURSDAY Eye Opener News World at Eighr commentary News and Weath Galloping Gourm Gerrusil News Consumers Matinee PraHey at Movies a! Noon er Afternoon et School Broadcast Matinee Afternoon Concert Actuality Here I) Is In Black and White! A FULL SCALE ATTACK ON HIGH PRICES! Algerian gi'oup to visit Canada ALGIERS (Reuter) An Al- gerian economic led by Driss Djazairy, head of eco- nomic, cultural and social af- fairs at the foreign ministry, is to leave here today for Canada. Canada has limited cultural and technical co-operation pro- grams with Algeria. The strengthening of bilateral rela- tions was discussed here last week by James Roberts, the Ca- nadian ambassador to Switzer- land, who also is accredited in Alreria, The opening of a Canadian embassy in Algeria, where there are an estimated 400 Ca- nadians working, is believed to be planned at a later stage. WALSH CATTLEMEN'S ASSOCIATION WALSH, ALBERTA CATTLE SALE SATURDAY, Nov. a.m. 400 Bred Yearling Heifers 300 Bred 2-Year-Old Heifers 300 Stock Cows All Pregnancy Tested IN ADDITION SOME YOUNG BREEDING BULLS For further information calf Bert Hargrove 937-2128 SLEEPER LOUNGE CONTINENTAL BOX e-Q SPRINGS and MATTRESSES SOFA and CHAIR OPEN TIU 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS! CONVENIENT TERMS rimm-rimr iASHY ARRANGED FURNITURE APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4th Ave. -5th St 5. Phone 328-232S CJLH-TV Channel 7 {Cablevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Telenrobe Hillbillies EC! Movie: Odds Teleqrobe 7 Agains! Tomorrow Movie; THURSDAY Mosic 2 News Somerset MsusJian Mr.' Drossup And We Were Sesame Streel (c) Vounq Canadian Schools This Lsnd Cc) Friendly Giant Hews Chez Helens Our Town Lee Drew's Children's Hsur Movie: The Relentless Four Take 30 Edge of fliqhf (c) ii-09 Galloping Gourmet Banana (c) Hillbillies CFCN-W lefhbridge Channel 13 (Cnbleyision Ch, 4) WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY Beat the Clock {c) FUnsfoRES Cc) Thought for Day Lucy fC) News National News n'.3t) Buckshot {c> NHL Vancouver University or Air j-oo Movie- I Deal In 5f Toronto (c) Wynne's Pad (c) Oanoer Name of Iht Game Miss Helen (c) 5.30 FsmoUS jufy File: Seventy Jc) Box (c) T Sports Beat (C) News (c) Movie: war of 70 Ed Allen Parlons Francais Wild Whirl of Fashion fc) In Conversation c Pierre Bcrlon (c) Peyton Place Another World (c) Trouble with Tracy i Dream of Je.innie Cc) Wynne's Pad (C) KRTV Greaf Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Men ffO'ii Mii'i Mawsii Kraft Music Hall Hollywood New! Tonight ShfiW THURSDAY Our World it) "Icfl.iy 'xiow (r) f fi.CO in use" (so Confrtilrat'on (ft F-amiiy Allflir (t) it "ifjoarcs Gowor lO'OO jeopardy ic) Miks (c) Where HiHbilHcs !c) Game Cronklfo News TO'SS News NBC NighHy Ne1 Another World .r-. (t) sHd (c) (O (c) Family Affair KFB8-TV Great Falls Channel '5 (Cablevision Ch, 11) WEDNESDAY NIGHT HCWS THURSDAY News Kanfjiiroo Secret Slo One Ufa 'o Governor and J.J. Dinah's Place (c) Words and Music Eddie's Faiher {c} Jack LaLanne Love is a Many Make Ream for Sale of Century Thing Grdntidsiriiiy Galloping Gourmet O.irfc Shadows Room 232 Audrey Gijncrfll Hospital Johnny Cash fc} A World Apart Thai Girl Gifm (O u-oo All fry children A; 33 Bewitched K (0 Deal (c) Dick Cavefl ;