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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, November 13, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 1TV HIGHLIGHTS! FK1DAY MOVIE: Gigol, 6 p.m., C'li. 7: Jackie Gleason plays a sim- ple-minded Parisian mute in charge of a prostitute's child. MOVIE: Tribes, p.m., Ch. II: Darren McGavin stars as a Marine instructor whose professional philosophy is sha- ken by a hippie. SPECIAL: National Geographic, 7 p.m., Ch'. 13: A simu- lated stage trip through Spain showing the country as it was in tiro 1820s. MOVIE: Guns of Navarone, 7 p.m., Ch. fl: A six-man Al- lied force must destroy enemy guns set deep within a stra- tegic Aegean Island. Stars Gregory Peck and David Niven. MOVIE: Sec How They Hun, 8 p.m., Ch. 13: A murdered investigator's children are next on a death list. Stars John Forsythe and Senta Berger. MOVIE: Hammerhead, p.m., Ch. 13: Vince Edwards and Judy Geeson portray a couple tracking down a criminal. MOVIE: Friendly Persuasion, p.m., Ch. 7: A Quaker family finds its religious principles under attack during Uie Civil War. With Gary Cooper. SATURDAY .....SPECIAL: Santa Claus Parade, 9 a.m., Ch. 7: a.m., Ch. 13: Coverage of the 65th annual parade from Toronto. SPECIAL: Football, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: The Saskatchewan Roughriders take on the Calgary Stampeders in the first three games for the CFL western-conference title. SPORTS: Wide WurW of Sports, p.m., Ch. 13: The World Gymnastics Championships and the World Figure Eight Stock Car Championships. FRIDAY NiGHT world at Request Aclicn Line CJOC SATURDAY Music News Farm and Ranch News, Wthr, Sports News and Wayne Harry Wayne Rob Ingram Show Jack Thys Country Soccer Results FRIDAY NIGHT The Way I SGG II Dinner Showcase Farm and Rench Review Back to the Bible Voles of Cluna World Music CHEC-FM Bruce News firieen minutes lo ihe hour. FRIDAY Larry Donahue John David Horn k CHEC Larry Donahue The Oilier Sidt John David Horn J. D. McAllister Frank Sherman SATURDAY breakfast with Bruce Major News Farm and Ranch Review Weather Total Inlormaticn News Morning Melodies Luncheon Date Weather Major News Potpourri Sports Major News News fifteen minutes to the hour. Larry Donahue John David Horn Chuck Tanner Frank Sherman CBR Radio 1010 Calgary FRIDAY NIGHT Tempo World at Six Supplement Major Prelection Gene Telpner's Musical Notebook Eye Opener Radio Free Friday News, Sports Theatre Atlantic Symphony Music Past Mid- nighl Assignment Alarm Clock Action Set Major Couniry Major Couniry High Country From the Capitals Rev, Bill Portman Indian Magazine Here It Is In Black and White! A FULL SCALE ATTACK ON HIGH PRICES! SLEEPER LOUNGE CONTINENTAL BOX SPRINGS and MATTRESSES 1 FHANK SINATRA Hand Hurting Heart devices in hospitals ruled faulty ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) The American Heart Associa- ion was told today that a study if electronic devices used in the :ardiac care units of 12 leading lospitals in the United States evealed "significant deficien- cies" in all 12. he problems varied from hue-wasting muisances to Bfe- hreatening the study laid. "Some types of defects :ould also result in incorrect di- ignosis and treatment." The report from the Wayne itate University School of Medi- ine in Detroit did not name the lospitals or give equipment rand names. It was presented or the annual meeting of the eart association. "Both equipment ir.anufactiir- rs and hospitals seem to be at the report said, "al- mugh both were anxious to orrect live situation once it was iscovered." Sinatra withdraws from star role HOLYWOOD (AP) a shortening or distortion hand thai holds his microphone of muscular tissue in the palm and escorts beautiful women by j and fingers, the arm is hurling Frank Sina-1 Tlie disease has been known Lra. I since biblical times but is Persistent pain following a named for a Swiss professor of June operation on his right hand surgery at the University of has forced the singer-actor to Paris who described it in 1932. withdraw from a starring roll" Hs cause is unknown, in a movie, Warner Brothers Studio announced here. With a measure of irony, the film is titled Dead Right. In it Sinatra would have played "a tough cop on the trail of a mad sniper terrorizing a re- quiring great physical activity involving the hand, the studio said. Sinatra, underwent sur- gery last June for a condition known as Dupytren's contrac- i Alberta wins French honor EDMONTON (CP) Mau- rice Lavallee of Edmonton has been awarded the Order Tiieulre dean lias LONDON (AP) Sir Nncl Coward, 70-year-old dean of England's theatre, was admit- ted lo iiospifal yesterday with pleurisy. Coward, who underwent treat- ment for a virus infection in July, was in a wheel chair when he flew into Britain from Swiss home last week. He said then that he was not rather tired "Patty" Suggests Try Our Special Fri. and Sat. r FISH HANNIGANS 1413 Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 328-4038 LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SOCIAL AND DANCE MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd Ave. North SATURDAY, NOV. 14-9 P.M. Music by THE VAGABONDS FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS French Loyalty by the Council of French Life in America. Tite av.'ird was made for Mr. Lavallee's work in promoting the French culture in Western Canada, said Paul Denis, secre- tary of the French Canadian Association of Alberta. The presentation will be made at an association banquet Satur- day. Lavallce was a long-time I member and former president of the Alberta Association of Bi- lingual Teachers. Louis A. Desrochers, chancel- lor, University of Alberta, and the Most Rev. Anthony Jordan, arckbishop of Edmonton dio- cese, also will be honored fm- their contributions to French culture in Alberta at the ban- quet. MAKE UP A PARTY COME TO EL RANCHO CABARET Us GLEN'S DEN ADMISSION 1.25 Corner 2nd Aye. and 13th St. North WEEKLY ENTERTAINMENT Friday and Saturday Evening IN THE CLUBROOMS j SOFA and CHAIR Country music tar lias lesls NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) duntry music star Roy Clark is ndergoing a series of tests in the intensive care unit at Bap- tist Hospital. Clark, 37, the pudgy guitar- picking star of CBS-TV's Hee Haw, was admitted to hospita with chest pains Tuesday night. His physician, Dr. William Ewers, did not rule out the pos- sibility that Clark may have suffered a heart attack, but said preliminary examinations indi- cated the entertainer was suf- fering from exhaustion. OPEN TILL P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTSI CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4th Ave. -5th St. 5. Phone 328-2323 A 4 CJIH-TV Channel 7 (Cablcvision Ch. 6) FRIDAY NIGHT Teleprobe I Movie: Man Hillbillies Movie: Friendly Teleprobe persuasion (c) SATURDAY Without a Star Spiderman (c) Puff 'N Stuff (c) CFL West Semi-Final (c) Saturday's Heroes Wrestling Bugs Bunny (c) CFCN-TV Uthbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TONIGHT (FRIDAY) HMO Movie: Santa Claus Wynne's Pad (cj Hammerhead Parade (c) SATURDAY Thought for the Secret Service Day (c) Animal World (c) National News (c) Movie: Warpath George of toe Wrestling Jungle Cotionpickors (c) Casper and Com- From the Sidelines par.y (c) Sporls Digest (c) 4-H Clubtinic (c) Our Great Ouldjors Kiddies on Kamera Wide World of Underdog (c) Sports (c) DO Thunderbirds (c) Hawaii Five 0 (c) Santa Claus News Parade (c) Flintstones (c) From the Sidelines Come Together (c) News (c) Nalional Geographic