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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta G THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, November 13, 1971 Ford's PRICE FREEZE! Save hundreds VOLUME fj. Because of the temporary "Price Freeze" on 1972 models, we have made a large factory volume purchase that we may guarantee our customers the best possible price on a new car; we now have a two month supply of 1 972's which are all being sold at price freeze prices, regardless of government policies. 1972 PINTO As Low As 1600 cc Engine A speed floor shift Bucket sent? Whitewall Block heater Wheel coven 1972 MAVERICK 2-Door 6 fylinde-F Standnrd trans. H.D. BoMery e Wheel 1972 MUSTANG ?-door harlfop iporti roo' equipped vu Vnris.. bucket leati, floor shift, brigti ruir.y rvore Ford Better Ideas. As Low As As Low As Greene., the moonlighter YORK (API By April and the end of the rur- rcrt television sciuson, the three jnajnr networks will li.ive broadcast almost HO new, made-for-TV filmed fea- tures which run for min- utes or two hours. Whon a rcgularly-umplnyed TV-series performer appears in one he is likely to be1 moon- lighting for fun and ad ing ex- ercise. H wus that Ic i n d of night, for Canadian-born L o r n e Greene Friday wlicn lit1 play- ed a boozy, unhappy lettuce farmer trapped in a marriage with a dominating woman in an adaptation of a John Stein- beck story, The Harness, one of NBC's World Premiere fea- tures. "1 certainly enjoyed doing if and I am now the best tractor driver among the actors in Hollywood after shooting it in Greene boasted with a grin. Whatever his driving skills, it is a big switch in image for the actor wlio for 13 seasons has played that wise, grey rancher of the Old West, lien Cartwright. All through the Bonanza years, Greene has made spo- radic efforts to avoid being i if not. impossi- ble since he rides his quarter horse on camera every Sun- day night and extracurricular appearances are possible only infrequently. CHANGE OF PACE Before made-for-TV shows, Lome annually hung up his buckskins and buttoned on a tuxedo to become host, for the finals of a beauty contest. He occasionally cut a record al- ballads mostlv His annual U.S'. Thanksgiving Dav stint as co-host for XT3t coverage of a department ifh 351-2V-V-B, nuto. t Iime in color, and FANTASTIC SAVINGS ON THESE LEFT-OVER 1971'S 1971 CUSTOM 500 2-DOOR HDTOP. DEMO. Mod. blue metallic with G dark blue vinyl roof. 351 V-8, auto, trans., pwr. jtrg., pwr. disc brakes, radio. CO17C NOW AS LOW AS I I O 1971 MUSTANG 2-DOOR HARDTOP Yellow ond black, 302 V-8, aulc. transmission, power steering, radio, vinyl roof, WW tires. Low mileage. AS LOW AS 1971 TORINO 2-DOOR HARDTOP Dark Ivy green In color with white roof, V-8 engine, auto., W.W. tire wheel covers, block heater. No miles on this one. AS LOW AS 1971 LTD 4-DOOR PILLAR HARDTOP 1971 GALAXIE 500 2-DOOR HDTP. DEMO This unit has very low mileage. White and green in color. Equipped with 351 V-8 engine, aulo. trans., P.B., radio, wals Ond many Ford belter ideas. Now AS LOW AS 1971 LTD BROUGHAM 4-DOOR HARDTOP ?V( nutn. trans., pwr. srrg., broken, vinyl root, lile? qold color. Pwr. windows, power split bench stats. Stereo, automatic air. Low mileage demo. AS LOW AS 1971 GALAXIE 500 2-DOOR HDTP. DEMO. Dark blue with blue vinyl roof, auto., V-8, P.5., P.B., W.W. tires, wheel covers, radio and stereo equipped. Only miles. AS LOW AS 1971 LTD 2-DOOR HARDTOP Light blue with dark blue vinyl roof, fuly equipped with air condi- tioning. This is a low mileage unit and is our service manager's demonstrator. AS LOW AS 1971 TORINO 2-DOOR HARDTOP Auto, transmission. Med. blue metallic in color, WW tires, wheel covers. A new VI. AS LOW AS 2 ONLY 1971 CUSTOM 500 2-DOOR HARDTOPS (Ports Dumos.l lully equipped, V-S, auto, P.5., radio YOUR CHOICE, EACH 1971 LTD COUNTRY SQUIRE 10 PASSENGER air conditioning, 400-2V engine, auto., P.S., P.B radio, dual real speakers, tiltwhc-ol, deluxe roof rack, only 7200 miles and ex- tended warranty available. Medium green metallic with wood panelling, deluxe knitted seats. AS tOW AS ONIY 1971 GALAXIE 500 2-DOOR HARDTOP Mi-rfiuni blue metallic with roof, V-8, auto., P.S P.B., radi Our body shop manager's car. A real low mileago unit, clean as a pin. AS tOW AS OPEN HOURS: a.m. to p.m. Weekdays THIS IS FORD COUNTRY CORNER MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE, 16th AVENUF SOUTH WHAT DO YOU DRIVE? PHONE 328-8861 Shoivbiz in the barnyard TORONTO (CP1 While cat- tle fanciers admired some fancy livestock at the opening of the Royal Agricultural Win- ter Fair, housewives were find- ing out why hcef costs as much as a pound. The 40-y e a r-old fair always has appealed to different people for different reasons, says Gen- eral Manager John Moles, but this year organizers are more aggressively emphasizing a broad base of attractions. Mr. Moles says (he fair slill tells the story of agrinilhire. !iut this year it will attempt, among other things, to explain what it means to !he consumer. One display relates the eco- nomics of farming lo food budg- ets. to why a steer that sells for cenls a pound on the hoof costs as much as S2 a pound by the time it gets lo the says Mr. Moles. As well as its traditional of- ferings of such things as the horse s h o w, livestock exhibits and organic oddities a pmind for example, the fair this year features living ex ainples of the nistic existence. GltOl.'F' SHOWS Represenlalives from the Kitchener Mennunite commun- ity are demonstrating quilting, needlework and o t h e r handi- crafts in a display building at' the fair. The winter fair also puls a ht- tle country in the city, and Mr. Moles hopes, with a Sil.OOO budget, lo put a lillle shoubiz in j the barnyard. j This year for the first lime fe entertainment will be fea- lured every day at the fair. Much of il, says Mr. Moles, has obl.'iined inexpensively, in- cluding the musicians from Iho Junior Farmers' Music Feslival last summer. They will roceiu1 no musicians' fe e s, but will have their travel expenses paid. store parade in New York is just a promotional spin-olf of Ills regular job. "This will be my second TV the millionaire actor said. "I really enjoy these extra things. I did a nightclub act in Vegas one year, too. I've never been unhappy with Bonanza, but 1 believe that a man must continually test himself and meet new chal- lenges." In New York during a trip around Ihe United Stales plug- ging the TV fcalurc, fircone said that when hi.1 led his na- tive Ottawa in he planned to "act for 10 years and Ihen become a producer." Almost years later, his sights have changed. "When ends, I want to do a season of Shake- speare, maybe in Canada or maybe in he said. "Then I would like to make a definitive motion pic- ture. And then I'd like lo do a liroadway musical." Trimbles Any variation In program ihodulil changei by the jtqtloru dnd II not the rnpoijllbiliiy of .Ihe Htrald or Trimblei Tin Supply; J CHEC News on the Hour Wthr. on the Half Hour SATURDAY Bury! John Charles Jack Mcwfcld bUNDAt Leo Dow Jack Barry Hcgland Jim Shearer Chcc-line CJOC MONDAY 1-on John Oliver 3-C') Beryl Clark Sunday Mag'.zlne News Rob Ingram The En! or miners MrwE Pefe Snow SATURDAY NIGHT iporrs News Indian Magazine Action Set Nil Music Daryl Ferguson -----....._ Doug Anderson Sunday and SUNDAY Friends News Fun arid Games, Rci) Ingram Capital Report Sound Like Europe Concern Chamber Music Sounding Brass News Winnipeg Orchestra..............- Christian Science Hour of Decision Rob Ingram Voice of Prophecy Sunshine Prob9 1220 CHEC FM -A- News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour SATURDAY NIGHT Beryl Clark John Charles Jack SUNDAY Leo Dow CBR -k Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY NIGHT Sunday Supplement Ti.: Playdate Capital Report Jar; for the Record from th Symphony Hall Outside CBC Slaop Sunday end Friej Distir.quished Cross Country Artists Chech-Up il-fiT rnnadifln Portals I'll Read that Aq, Remember When NHL Mcntrpal 9.1.-D V.'crid at 7 at Boston ?-ii Miis C-v-'ftry SUNDAY fjev.'S Radio Noon Children's Stories Sunday Theatre Max Fr-rguson Sunday Morning Gilmour's Album Hcme Run Sunday Magazine Jazz Canadiana World et blx MONDAY Trimble's Tire Invites You To Try The Astro WHISPERGRIP 83 LOAD RANGE WHITE 775-14 825-14 825-15 4 4 28.40 28.40 29.50 314 IHh Street South Ore of the most popular (read de- signs in Canada. Bull) to premium ny- lon standards for maximum traction, mileage and riding comfort. Now is the time 1o purchase yaur winter tires. We ore sure the Whisper Grip 83 will fill all your require- ments. Phone 327-2007, 327-2396 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) SATURDAY NIGHT Bugs Bunny NHL Vancouve at Tcron'o fc) B-29 Country Tims Movie: H.irper (C) News Provincial Affairs Tpleprofce 7 Movie: Up the Do ATI Staircase SUNDAY in-30 Movie: Bern CFL First East Final SfK-ts Jimmy Stewart Flip Wilson (c) Sunday at Nine Wc-okend (c) CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 {Cablevision Ch. 4} SATURDAY NIGHT Rex Humbrird Univrrsity of Mr XVide World Of Market PI.TCO (c) Spurts (c) Gideon's V.'ny nf Frlch'on- Kingo Bingo (c) 5-30 ft-.'l Wurlc! TonTrrc.v Oil Wild Bcluy Rollin' en the River Kcrliler Hi Light; Don Mnsr.er (r) Deris Day Ncwmakcrs Match Untamed World v.l s Pfi-icr' Franrals M.Dvie: Movie: Crmjrnm- Fd AlK-n (c) War Wagon (c) latinns Its "a K "i This Nroi Story Thr-ntre 1 Night Cap 7-JO Mod Stiunrl Ic) 1 Sport sfct-al 71 Shirlry's War Id I Mnvie: WS (c) There Mannix SUNDAY NPWS Thought for Day 11 Hjfjhtcnp fc} Nc'.vs (c) Oil Report H Clnb'ime (cl Outlier, Pt'rlcd Day cf Discovery David Frost Oral Roberts Sixtn Column i'10 Thouqht (or Day 11.30 First and Ten Hfi-.vs (O Man In KRTV Grea) Falls Channel 3 (Coblevision Ch 9) SATURDAY NIGHT 10.30 NFL I. Rr 9'fK) Kathryn 3fi Fa KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 {Cablevision Ch. 11} SATURDAY NIGHT H .O I .1! ,innn Nf.-wr. Ariiic (c) 10 JS Mcvif-: Mhfcr Mo', New', ff) SUNDAY f-.ll Farm Oullwi 9.30 Notra ;