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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAIO Friday, November 27, 1970 JUiaiHKHSUU' COUNT More than Canadians are active in Uie boy scouts. There arc more than five mil- lion boys scouts in the world. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE ANNIVERSARY SOCIAL AND DANCE SATURDAY, NOV. 28th 9 p.m. tyOOSE HAIL, 1234 3rd Avenue North Musk by "THE BOW RIVER FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS MINUS ONE REGULAR DANCE POUSH HALL SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28 AT P.M. Music by "THE MEMBERS AND GUE5IS PHONE 327-144i> A.N.A.F. UNIT 34 INVITES YOU TO WATCH THE GREY CUP GAME SATURDAY, NOV. 28th 2 COLOR IV SETS A.N.A.F, CLUBROOMS FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS Replaces Saulnier MONTREAL (CP) Gerard Hiding, :i 12-year veteran of the ruling Montreal Civic Parly, has been named to re- place Lucicn Saulnier as head of the city's executive commit- tee for the next four years. DIG WELLS TOKONTO (CP) Some of tte money collected in the Miles for Millions walks in Metropoli- tan Toronto and other Canadian cities is being spent on new wells for villages in West Af- rica, Mrs. Pat Mortimer, UNESCO project co-ordinator in Toronto, said recently. Mrs. Mortimer said fhat more than has been used to relieve drudgery of native in the Upper Volta who have had to walk up to three miles to get water from wells. U.S. film banned by Greek ATHENS (Router) The army-backed Greek regime today banned the American movie Strawberry Statement following anti-government and anti-American demonstrations in the movie houses where it was shown. The film, shown at three major Athens movie houses, de- scribes left-wing student unrest ami riots in American universi- ties. The audiences applauded scenes in which students beat policemen sent into an unnamed American tmiveroily to end a sit-in strike. MADDOX A SINGER? ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) Gov. Lester Maddox is going to try PLEASE NOTE! "GERRY AND THE TRAVELLERS" Have Changed Their Telephone Number IT IS NOW 732-4773, PICTURE BUTTE A FEW DATES STILL OPEN THIS YEAR THEY Wilt BE PtAYING AT- ALBERTA HOTEL, Pincher Creek, Dec. 4th and 5th LABOR CLUB, Lerhbriclge, Dec. 11th and 12th MINERS CLUB, Lethbridge, Dee. 18th and 19th NEW YEAR'S EVE PICTURE BUTTE ELKS CLUB regime Ms hand us a recording artist and says "I hope to become the first ex-governor to sell a mil- lion records." Ho said Tuesday Ms record- ings will feature religious and patriotic numbers, some with a musical background. Maddox, who under state law could not succeed himself, was elected lieutenant-governor Nov. 3. He leaves the governor's mansion in January. WINS LAWSUIT LOS ANGELES (AP) Singer Rudy Vallee has been awarded in a small claims court because his ice maker wouldn't make ice. Judge Lawrence E. Dnimm returned the award Tuesday against the Hollywood Refriger- ation Co., where Vallee said he bought the appliance. Vallee said the ice maker wouldn't function despite visits by repair- men. MOM SELLS STUDIO LONDON (AP) Metro-Gold- wyn Mayer announced Tuesday the sale of its Boreham Wood Film Studios, one of the biggest in Europe, where epic movies such as 2001-A Space Odyssey and Where Eagles Dare were made. The 115-acre studio, just north of London, was sold to Sterlin Homes for at least ?4.32 million. The property developers agreed to pay up to million if they get permission for a larger housing project from local au- thorities. ACTOK IIONOHED Act- or Gregory Feck is (iiis year's winner of Uic Screen Aetors Guild's annual award for "out- standing achievement in fos- tering the finest ideals of the acting profession." Charlton Ifestos, installed for a sixth one year term as guild pres- ident, presented Peck with the a w a r d. Previous recipients were Bob Hope, Edward G. Kobinson, J a in e s Stewart, Barbara Stanwyck and Wil- liam Gargitn, PRESENTS PROBLEM EDMONTON CCP) Alber- booming economic picture is causing some inconvenience to major trailer rental compa- nies who offer one-way service between Canadian cities. Trans Canada Hent-A-Trailer says that 20 persons are mov- ing west in Canada for every two moving east, based on the number of trailer rentals to carry personal belongings. RIGHT from Safeway Thte home with confidence the foods you buy at Safeway. Urn can be sure they will please your family because Safeway makes sure everything is RIGHT. We choose the best, rush it to our store near your home, and make sure it reaches you in tip top condition. We guarantee everything we sell will please, or you get your money back And we do our level best to make sure you'll never need to request a refund! Announcement All Stores Will Open Grey Cup Day, Sat., Nov. 28th, at 8 a.m. for Your Shopping Convenience. Edwards Fine, Reg. or Elec. perc .qrincl. Vacuum PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lethbridge Discount Stores Nov. 27-28. Polly A.iti, white or brown, sliced 9.0-az. net wt. loaf Safeway Medium Random Cuts Lucerne, Assorted Flavours, 8-oz. cfn. Spare Ribs Young Alberta Side Pork Gov'f Inspected Bake, B.B.Q. or Serve Sweet and Sour..............ib. 58' Sliced Bacon Olympic, Rindless Side Reg. or Thick Sliced. Voc Pock Mb. pkg. 79' Pork bin ioast Leon, Boneless Easy to Carys Centre Cuts Ib. 99g or End Cuts........... Ib. Coffee Fresh Bread Cheddar Cheese Chip Dips Meat Pies Sugar Cake Mixes Sweet Pickles Ice 3-58c Manor House, Frozen Beef, Chicken, Turkey 8-oz. pkg. Alberta Fine Granulated Duncon Hines Assorted Flavours 19-oz. pkg. Bicks Mixed 48-fl. oz. jar Old Dutch Ripple Tri Pak 9-oz, net wt. pkg. Potato Chips Fresh 2i49c Ground Beef Guaranteed Qualify. Entertaining for the Game? Why not serve some deli- cious Ib, WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES SAFEWAY, CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED iTV HiiHUfSHTSl MOVIK: Ten Tall M.'n JVn members oi the French Foreign Legir. stup 4 rebel attack. Bui't Lancisua- is the si.v, C'.owliaven Farm, ?.m., 11: A made- for-televisiou chiller ab.iui flctlri reincarnation. The drama centres on Maggis I'wler, nuw owner of the farm who's being tormeiAeil by eerie Hope Langa and Lloyd Boclmer star. VAKIETY: Andy Williams Show, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: Jimmy Durante, Mike Douglas and Eick Nelson are the guests. VAKIETY: Laugh-In, 8 p.m., Ch. 7: Cameo appearances by Peter Lawforf, Vtacent Price and Ricardo Montalban. MOVIE: Texas Across The Hivcr, 8 p.m., Ch. 13: A rambunctious J9C6 western satire. Dean Martin is the star. VAKIETY: Tom Jones Show, 9 p.m., Ch. 11: Florence Henderson of The Brady Bunch and British singer-comedian Harry Secombe are the pests. DEAMA: Hawaii Five-0, U p.m., Ch. 1: Ex-GIs holding g reunion in Hawaii believe that a prosperous Oriental busi- nessman is the hated commander of a Second World War Japanese concentration camp. SPECIAL: Wandering Through Winter, Id p.m., Ch. 13: This concludes the four-pail series on the changing seasons. VARIETY: Johnny Carson Show, Ch. 9: Gov. and Mrs. Ronald Reagan are guests as Johnny and his crew wind up a three-way stint in California. SATURDAY SPECIAL: Grey Clip Parade, a.m., CIi. 7 aril 13: Miss Grey Cup and her court parade through downtown Tor- onto with floats and marching bands. SPECIAL: Grey Cup Festival, 9 a.m., Ch. 7: Highlights oJ last year's Grey Cup game in Montreal. SPECIAL: Grey Cup Special, 9 a.m., Ch. 13: Highlights of this week's events in Toronto. SPECIAL: Grey Cup Game, a.m., Ch. 7 and 13: Forecasts by sportswritcrs and players with kickoff time set for 11 o'clock. FRIDAY NIGHT World'at Six Request Action Llm FRIDAY NIGHT The Way I See If Dinner Showcase Farm and Ranch Review Back io the Bible Voice of China World Tomorrow Music CHEC-FM Bruce News fifteen minutes to the hour, FRIDAY Larry Donahue John David Horn 9'M Rob Ingram Show Wayns Barry SATURDAY Grey Cup Garni Mews 1'.30 Wayne Barry News, Whr, Sports Soccer ResuNl CHK Larry with" Brucs Donahue Farm and Ranch The Other Side Review John David Weather Major Potpourri Sports Major Horn J. D. McAllister Frank Sharr.irirt SATURDAY BreaKfasJ Bruco Fsrm and Ranch Review Weather Total information Morning Meledles Luncheon Daia SATURDAY News fifteen minulei So iha hour. Larry Donahue John David Horn Chuck Tanner Frank Sherman FRIDAY SIGHT Tempo World af SIX supplement Major Projection Gene Telpner's Musical Notebook Miss Gray Cup Gala '76 Radio Friday if CBR Tit- Radio 1010 Calgary r From the Capitals Art Hives Theatre Morning Concert Atlantic Symphony Music Past Mid- News night Assignment Alarm Clock Action Set High Noon 1-.30 Sovma of Brllate Rav, Bill Portman.j.js High Country News, Sports Our Nativs Lind SATURDAY Eye Opener News, Sports i Here It Is In Black and White! Early Bird Christmas Shoppers will sava a bundle on these gifts for the home '165 19 INCH PORTABLE TV 3-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE ELECTROHOME 25" COLOR TV S699 Till 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NISHTSI CONVENIENT TERMS _ in- EASILY ARRANGED FURNITURE APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4fh Avc. 5fh St. S, Phone 328-2328 CJIH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6} PRiDAY NIGHT HIHbillles Teieprola 7 Movie: Ten Tall Men Laugh-tn tc) Tommy Hunter (c) Teleprote Grey Cup Report Movie: Term of Trial SATURDAY Grey Cup (c) Grey Cup Pet- view Cc) Grey Cup Game Cci Saturday's Heroes (c) Wrestling Thuncierbirds (cl Bugs Bunny (c) Hawaii Ffve 0 {c) Grey Cup Russ Jackson Ic) CFCN-TV Uthbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch, 4) TONIOHT (FRIDAY) News CO 4-.W Pad (c) FllnlSloMJ From the sidelines SATURDAY (c) Thought lor Day Andy Williams (c) Hews Movie: Underdog Texas Across Ttift Grey Cup River (cj Parade (cl The Seasons: Sporfsbeaf 70 {c} Winter