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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE ir.THCRIUGE HERALD Soiuiday, November II. Circus iH'opte sec Grade Doll off to the Big HIGHLIGHTS KARASUTA. Ha. 'A'') They saw little (Irace I'oll off lo the l-i'i- About most of llii-nr circus folk and including Hie wife of the clown lOnimdt Ki'lly, viewed the Ixxly as it lav in a child's coffin at a funeral parlor. Grade Dull was a Ihrec- fnnt-lall Iran1 Schneider iii Germany. She died at 71 after a long circus career, I'rank Cuifci'.v. himself just over four feel tall, said after the .service: "Tell the pi'uple Grade Dull has gone lo the Big Lol. That's what we circus people call Irjaven." I Cticfcscy said lie met Grade when both played Miinchkins in Hie Judy Ciarlain! movie The Wizard 'of Oz in lira. "Grace Doll was niai'ic." he said, "She, could stand in front of millions of big people, and when they saw her. something happened. They saiv ihis liny person in front of them, {lanc- ing, singing and laughing, and she turned the big people inlo little people. She inatle them children once again." COURSE FOR MEN AND If you are between the Sages of 17 and 34, and have completed grado twelve, will iet us help you. prepare for on exciting new career with the commercial airlines. j I Train for Passenger Agent, S Operations1 g Agent, Hostess, Station Agent, i Ticket Agent, etc. Prelimjn-j ary instruction need no} in- a terfere with present occupa-1 tj tion. j Get full information todoy. Identify victim i SUNDRE (CP) KCMP to- day identified Herbert G. Skog, GO, of Red Deer as the victim of a single-car accident near this community 52 miles north- west of Calgiiry. He was killed Tuesday night when the car he was driving skidded off a road and down an embankment. I No obligation. I Fill 3 Fill out coupon and mail this I ad io: _ j Dent. AB-OSO, Mr. H. 1. I Warren, I AIRLINES TRAINING 1 i DIVISION, Atlantic School, 2261 Como Lake Avenue, Coquitlam, I I New Westminster, B.C. I Name B Address I City Provinc Phono ducntlon 1 otiut ATTENTION ClUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS Special Rates ON BULK ORDERS Place your orders by phoning 327-6312 or 327-4228 Wi DRIVER 20TH ANNUAL LETHBRIDGE FALL CATTLE SALE NOVEMBER 20th EXHIBITION PAVILION LETHBRIDGE Sale Time 10 sharp HEREFORDS ABERDEEN ANGUS 15 Females 119 Bulls 32 Females 7 Bulls SHOW TIME HEREFORDS Thurs. Nov. 19th 7 p.m. ABERDEEN ANGUS-Fri, Nov. 20th 9 a.m. Hot Dinner Served a.m. to p.m. Rotunda of Pavilion AUCTIONEERS KEN HURIBURT i. AUEN BAKER lie. 274 SAIE SPONSORED BY SOUTHERN ALBERTA CATTLE BREEDER'S ASSOCIATION SAIE CONDUCTED BY LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT EXHIBITION For Catalogues Write The Secretary, Box 477, lethbridge, Alberta. SATUKDAY SI'UKTS: NiK'lwy, C p.m., Cli. V: The Boston Bruins meet the Toronto Maple Loafs. VAH1ETY: (Ik-ii Campbell, 7 p.m., Cli. 13: Guests are Canadian Aline Murray, Dean Martin and Joirn Byncr. MOVIE: Turn Curtain, ch' 9: Pal1' Newman ami Julio Andrews star in an Alfred Hitchcock tliriller. .MOVIK: Sid i'iirly. Cli. 7: A I'JIiS teen-age romp in I lie snow. With Frantic Avalon. .MOVIE: Countess (rum Hong Kong, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: Char- lie Chaplin directed this comedy about a millionaire diplomat and a beautiful penniless stowaway. With Marlon Brando oral Sophia Loreu. MOVIE: G.TJ Squadron. Cli. It: A ISM drama of Hie Norwegian Resistance during the Second World War. Stars Cliff Robertson. .MOVIE: Twite Told Tali's, p.m., Cli. 7: Two horror stories: Dr. Heidegger's Experiment and Rappacini's Daugh- ter. With Vincent Price. MOVIE: liidiu' High. p.m., Cli. 13: A company man- ager gives up his lucrative job for the thrills of the race- track life. Stars Bing Crosby. SUNDAY SPORTS: Fiioiki.H. 11 a.m., Ch. 3: The Washington Red- skins meet the New York Giants. SPOUTS: Football, 11 a.m., Ch. 11: The San Francisco meet the Houston Oilers. SPOKTS: Football, Noon, Cli. 7: The Detroit Lions tangle will! the Minnesota Vikings. SPECIAL: Cl-'L Foutball, Niion, Ch. 13: The Hamilton Tiger-Cats meet the Montreal Aloucttes in the first of a two- game series for the CFL eastern-conference title. SPORTS: Football, 2 p.m.. Cli. 11: The Oakland Haiders meet the Denver Broncos. rUBAFFAHlS: Lester Pearson, p.m., Cli. 13: News- men interview the former Canadian prime minister. MUSIC: Music to Sec, 5 p.m., CU. 7: Classical guitarist Lagoya and Chantal Masson, a vocal group, join forces for a recital. .MOVIE: The Snow Queen, p.m., Ch. 13: A 1958 Russian version of the old-world fairy tale. SPECIAL: Morton Hears a Who, 7 p.m., Cli. 7: Dr. Seuss' Who-viile seems headed for destruction unless Norton, the good-hearted elephant, can save the day. NATURE: Untamed World, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: A study of sea life in ii.2 Galapagos Islands includes looks at crabs, sea lions and iguanas. MOVIE: The Brotherhood. 7 p.m., Ch. 11: Kirk Douglas stars in a 1368 profile of a Mafia clan. VARIETY: Ed Sullivan, S p.m., Ch. 7: Scheduled per- formers include ballerina Natalia Makarova, who recently defected from the Soviet Union. SPECIAL: Wayne and Sinister, p.m., Ch. 7: Second W. and S. comedy special featuring satire on Canadian life. PUBAFFALRS: W5, a p.m., Ch. 13: A cross-country opin- ion poll of the political climate in the nation regarding the recent crisis in Quebec. DRAMA: Marcus Welhy, 10 p.m., Ch. 13: A patient suf- fers a non-contagious form of leprosy but her traumatic fears threaten any possibility of her living a normal life. With Tiffany Boiling. DRAMA: Four in One, p.m., Ch. 9: Airport security Is tightened when a controversial general's arrival is greeted by a possible assassin and demonstrations. With Robert Webber. killed in traffic OTTAWA (CP) Traffic ac- cidents in Canada killed persons in the first six months of this year, 158 fewer than dur- ing the first half of 1969. The Dominion Bureau of Sta- tistics reported today that the Your NEW Authorized Dealer JEEP" TRUCKS AND STATION WAGONS MOTORS CO, LTD. Cor, 3rd Ave., 3rd St. S. Phone 327--1418 number of persons injured de- clined to from Although the number of traf- fic accidents that caused signifi- cant property damage declined to from they were more costly this estimated total of compared with in 1969. Property-damage accidents recorded are limited k> those causing a minimum of damage in most provinces, a minimum of ir Ontario, New Brunswick, Saskatchewan and the territories. RE-TSSUE The film Giant, originally re- leased by Warner Bros, in 1E156, is being re-issued by the studio. THE OEGAN FOR ADD IT UP: fully variable stops Different lo the on-off tablet system in most competitive mokes. Allows infinite to no! varieties, world's largest speaker 35''x24-'' natural sounci new dimension In sound experience. two forty-nine note keyboards Unknown in arvy make under unbeatable Japanese electronics Recognized as world leaders in this field. hci organs start of the best guarantee in the industry unbelievable low price of See them today! 5 ypm year replacement guarantee. Also includes: dosing locking lid, extra large bass pedals, pedal susfafn, etc. The list is cmNnsi! CORNER OF 3rd AVENUE AND 13lh STREET SOUTH Phone 327-1056 MONDAY MOVIE: The Host Things in Life arc Free, I p.m., Cli. 7: Three songwriters accept an offer from a big-time gambler in order to produce a musical comedy. Stars Dan Dailey and Gordon MacRac. MOVIE: The Lavender Hill Mob, 1 p.m., Cli. 13: Alec Guinness stars in n 1951 English comedy about a crafty bank clerk who plans to relieve Hie Bank of England of a fortune in gold. WOMEN'S: Busby Berkley, 3 p.m., Ch. 7: Take 30 talks with the man who produced the spectacular movie extrava- ganzas of the 1930s. Burton gets fine birthday gifts I lead-on crash kills mail WIIITECOUKT (CP) Ken- neth Floyd Ingle, 23 of likimon- lon was identified here as the victim ot alicad-on collision between two vehicles near tins northwestern Alberta town. LONDON (AP) Richard Burton sported a new Rolls- Royce and a decoration Thurs- day, gifts for his 45th birthday. The car came from movie queen Elizabeth Taylor. The decoration, Commander of the Order of the British Empire, came from Queen EUzageth. And now, Burton is thinking in terms of eventual retirement. The volatile son of a Welsh coal miner who goes from Shakespeare to Welsh poetry to modem movie thrillers to any role imaginable, concedes he is starting to slow down. Making movies "keeps me hs said in an interview, but now he is taking it easier, if only to foil the tax man. Wife Elizabeth, plagued by illnesses for years, has to pick and choose professional activity to fit her supply of energy. Burton said they have decided to think about tomorrow and have chosen to live in the vil- lage of Pontrhydyfen in south Wales, where he grew up, the 12th of 13 children. The Burtons have possessions and money almost beyond the counting stage but Richard says they just "try to live up to the rules of easy wealth." Elizabeth, 38, "treats it all as fairy her husband said. "She scatters it." He does his share. When Burton received Hie OBE from the Queen Tuesday, his birthday, Elizabeth was there and wearing a diamond ring he bought for her in New "York. The price: Their six children are well cared for. With the money still rolling in, Burton has established his own bank in Switzerland. SATURDAY NIGHT spans News Indian Aclien Set Hit Music Daryl Ferguson 12-00 Doug Anderson SUNDAY News Sob Ingram 15 Christian Science Sunday Magazine Hews Ingram Church Broadcast Mews Psle Snow News 5-00 Funny Ygu Should Fan Say That News Music Scene Sports Capitol Report Country Music 7-03 Continental Holiday Matinee lO'OO Hour of Decision Paul Tividar Hour MONDAY fi-00 Jim Elliott Show Mews, Weather Phone Bill Show Galloping Gourme Gardening Voice of Prophecy Sunshine Evangel Probe 1320 SATURDAY NIGHT Dinner Showcase Back ID the Blbi Music InieriL-da World Tomorrow CHEC-FM News fHieen min to the tes SATURDAY p.m. ChycK Tanner p.m. Fran! Sherman SUNDAY Sicin OD and Hews Breakfast Wilh Nooi CHEC Morning Mciocties Luncheon Mid-Day Report Sunrfay Csmusse! Dinner Showcase CHEC if Duchess Menninite Dinner Showcase People's Gospel LDS Choir Back to tin God Hour World Tomorrow Music SJtm Off vs fifteen minutes to the hour. SUNDAY The Other Side i-Hoon Powerline Chuck Tanne Mike Shane MONDAY Breakfast with Major News Farm Show Total information The Way I See It Stack MarKel Report Woman's World Jean Pauley Comments Way I See H Community Bulletin Board Call of the Land Major News Sports Weather Cuttle Prices ItOS Tempo Jean Faulty Stock Market Report Major Air fares increased GENEVA (Renter) Most North Atlantic air fares will in- crease by four to 10 per cent under a new fares structure ac- cepted Friday by 36 airlines. The International Air Trans- port Association said represent- atives of the airlines, which fly the North Atlantic and connect- ing routes, formally agreed on a new one-year fare structure effective April 1. IATA said the new package is the same as one provisionally agreed on at a fares conference in Honolulu last month. It raises nearly all North At- lantic fares by between four and 10 per cent but some rise by slightly more and two types show a small decrease. An IATA spokesman gave some examples of the new fares between London and New York: SATURDAY NIGHT Indian Variety Pak Metrencme Praliey at the Movies ;S3 Anthology fs What, ___ Musk Past Mid- night Rev. Blli Porimi SUNDAY Morning Concert Children's SJcrtes Voice of (he PfOS CBR Tlr Radio 1010 Calgary 12'lfl Capital Report MONDAY Inside from Eye Outside V3Q Celebrations Cross-Country Check-Up Weather Cross. Country Check-Up World at Eight Commentary Morning Comment Galloping Gourmet Nathan Cohen News LfiecK-up Reuional Wefllher Consumer! 5-03 NHL Montreal Matinee at Detroit" Casting about wllh 7-30 Funny You- Should John Fisher Say Thai Alia at Noon National News Sports Studio 11 Continental Holiday Prairie Gardener Sunday Magazine nuuun, Sunday Supplement Symphony Hall Van Chamber Music Orchestra Don Sims Show Afternou., School Broadcait Matinee Personality Afternoon Concert Actuality B3C Weather First-class normal fare U.S. one way and round trip and at Economy-class normal fare dur- ing peak period and j and Here It Is In Black and White! A FULL SCALE ATTACK ON PRICES! SLEEPER LOUNGE 39 CONTINENTAL BOX SPRINGS and MATTRESSES SOFA and CHAIR j 99 Cooling plant contract let; EDMONTON (CP) A con- _ tract for a cooling plant at the j University of Alberta has been awarded to Cam-Set Mechani- cal Contractors Ltd. of Edmon- ton which submitted a bid of -The Alberts govern- ment said the bid was the low- est of eight. CONVENIENT TERMS EASI1Y ARRANGED OPEN Till 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTSI rllDNlTIIBF 9 FURNITUKfc APPLIANCES 9 TELEVISION 4th Ave. -5th St. 5. Phone 328-2328 Lions Club of Lethbridge 14th Town Country CASH PLAY AT HOME NEWSPAPER BLACKOUT BINGO Here's How You Can Win! THE PRIZE- THc first card wilh all numbers covered (blackout) will receive ihe grand prize of In Jhe case of more than one blackout the winners may "play- off" or spiit the prize. Bonus prize winners will have their cards refunded to them to continue ploying for the blackout bingo. CARDS ONIY EACH Got yours now and win m cash Hers are the to N-36, G-58, 8-13f i-17, N-40, B-7, 1-28, B-J5r 0-67, N-31, N-37, 0-65, G-54, B-3, 1-25, G-60, N-34, G-S2, 1-22, G-56, 1-19, 1-27, N-42, G-46, O-62. B-9, N-35, 0-72, B-lf G-55, B-IO, C-7G, N-41. B-ll, B-2, O-69, 1-21, G-SO, G-47, B-6, B-5 0-64, N-45, 1-24, 1-29, N-38, O-68, N-32, G-S1, N-39, 1-20. THIS WEEK'S NUMBER O-73 Additional numbers, plus all numbers already called will bo published every Snfurday in isthbridga Herold, THE 4-45Q BONUS PRIZES HAVE AlRiADY BEEN WON WHEN YOU HAVE A WINNING CARD Phone 327-3953 Days or 327-4801 after 6 p. Immediately PROCEEDS TOWARDS LIONS CENTtNNSAl PARK, AND OTHER COMMUNITY PROJECTS CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevlsion Ch. 6) SATURDAY NIGHT Bugs Bunny ic) HHL Hockey- Boston at T NFL Detro Minnesota (c) Sports Week (c) t Whiieside Travel Movie: Bye Byi Spi Ne :30 Country Time icj Movie: Dangerous Morning News Movie; Full of Dollars News Ic) Crossing Country Calendar Mr. Dressup. :00 Sesame Street (c) Music to See Ic) Alta. School; 11-15 Provincial Affairs Reach for ihe Top Friendly Giant (c) Teleprobc 7 World of Disney (c) Chez Helena 11-35 Movie- Dark at the Norton Hears A Our Town 1 To? of fheT Who (c) Lee Drew Bill Cosby Children's Hour Show (c) Movie: The Best Ed Sullivan Things In Liffl are 9-00 Sunday at Mine Free fc) Wayne and Sinister Take Thirty Weekender (c) Edge of Top _ SUNDAY g-00 Whiplash Plmibchio and 02 Cathedral of Tomorrow Faith for Today lfl'30 Dori'f Turn Me Off Mews No Red fspt Nation's Business T8A Teleprobe 7 Galloping Gourmet Drop1 In Hillbillies CFCN-TV Ufbbrtdge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) SATURDAY NIGHT Final 4-30 World of Pentecost Presents Mary Tyler Moors World Tomorrow Hews Market Placs (c) Glen. Campbel! Tom Jones kj MovHj: A From Hong Travel and Oasi Question Period University Challenge (c) S-.39 Movie; Snow Queen (c) Hews News fc5 Movie: Riding High 7.-CQ Untamed World Matt Lincn'n SUNDAY Here's Lucy (c) Though? for Day W5 J'.W National News (c) Marcus Walby, Uncle Bobby (c) M.D., (Cl Oral Roberts CTV News (c) Day of Discovery CFCN News (c) Rex Humbacd (c) Oil Report Physical FHiwss llr-JS Court Marital for Busy fVcpla Sports Digest (c) Frcm the Sidelines CFL. First East Thought lor Day JO News (c) :00 University of Air :30 Wynne's Pad :00 Miss Helen :1S Sand Box :00 Let's Pretend :15 Parlons Francali :30 Wild Whirl ol Fashton ;00 This Week tc) :30 Pierre Borlon (t) :00 Peyton Place :30 Beat the Clock :00 Lucy Show :30 Buckshot :00 Movie: Lavender Hill Mob :30 Jury Trials :OQ Another World :30 Trouble wilh Tracy :00 Dream of Jeannie :30 Wynne's Pad tc) :00 Rintstones (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch, 9) SATURDAY News NSC Mews Mission Smpossibli My three Sons GimsmeM T8A Jefsons Hews Lasr-ie Wild KtogdOi-t World of Disney Bill Costly Bonanza (c) Family Aftdir Squares Jeopardy (c) Who, What, Where Game News (c> Another WoM'J (cl A-3 the World Turns Our Lives M The Doctors (c) Another World Bay City Amis Maine e? !hs Gftmfi Bold Ones (Cl SUNDAY Medical Cenlra Living World Hogan's Heroes Tom and kS Four in unc _.., Revival (c) U: 30 The Law olid You Edge ot Night (c) Rex Humbard Gomer Kalhryn Kuittman MONDAY ?.30 Mike Douglas (C) 9-30 Face lh" Nalian One World Hillbillies Farm News Salute News Tabernacle Choir Today (c) NBC Nightly Ntw NFL Wash, at Today in Montana Green Acres New York Concentration (c) News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11} SATURDAY NISHT 1! Si30 Lcls Mafce Deal Newlywed Gama Lawreitce ;.-30 Thai Mee Haw Ymmg News Movie r 633 Squadron SUNDAY ?rflO 4? Happisisss Wsy 16: land at Denve ;M Great :00 Football Kansas Galloping Gourmet Cily at Pittsburgh Audrey Football Oak- A Aparf All My Children Make a Heal (c) Newlywed Garni News Secret Storm (c) One Life to Live ;30 Love American (c) :flO Circus Special Movie: The1 Brotherhood 00 A tidy Williams :OQ News Words and Music Love is a Many Most Deadly Gnme Sptemtored Thing MONDAY General Hospital 30 Hews ijaroo PI.KO (c) :60 Dtnall's :30 Jack LaL.i :00 Sate of lh Ctnfury Dark Shadow! That Girl Bewitched Dating News Adam II ;