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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIPOE HERALD Thursday. November 28, 1974 WEEKEND TERRIFIC BUYS BAKERY SPECIAL! DOUGHNUTS Bakers dozen 13 for the price of 12 1 CANDY SPECIAL! CANDY CANES AA Pkg. of 12. 6 oz. size 37 CHICKEN BURGER A Platter beverage, french fries, lettuce 4 tomato 1 59: WOMEN'S POLYESTER SLACKS Sizes 38 to 44. Assorted colors LADIES' PANT 100% acrylic knit, elastic waistband. Sizes 10 to 18. Assorted colors LADIES' POLYESTER PANTS Sizes 10 to 18. Assorted colors and patterns......... '66 8 88 WOMEN'S LONG DUSTERS Fiberfilled, sizes 38 to 44. Colors: aqua, lilac, lime, pink, yellow LADIES' COTTON SHORTIE GOWN Sizes S.M.LOS. Assorted colors LADIES'3 IN A PKG. KNEE HIGH Fits 9 to 11. Beige, spice, brown, taupe, charcoal, black 97 LADIES' SHORT DUSTER 9 Fiber filled, sizes S.M.L., colors pink 4 LADIES'ACRYLIC CARDIGAN Sizes S.M.L Colors: white, beige, blue LADIES' BUBBLE FRONT PULLOVER Embroidered design, sizes S M.L., assorted colors ___ LADIES' SHORT SLEEVED PULLOVERS 2 styles, sizes: S.M.L Pastel shades [27 !66 .56 LADIES' FOOTBALL T-SHIRT Numbers 59, 45 or 76. Sizes S.M.L, asst'd colors LADIES' ACRYLIC KNITS One size fits all. Assorted colors LADIES' MITTS Rabbit fur black, vinyl palm, C OO fleece lined. Sizes S.M.L W 555 2" LADIES' SKI JACKETS Sizes S.M., colors navy, green, brown, red M H LADIES' WOOL ORLON KNEE HI Sizes 9 to 11. Assorted colors 1 LADIES' PLUSH SLIPPER Open toe, sizes 7 to 9. Mauve, pmk, blue LADIES'TWO TONE PUMP Black and beige upper Sizes 5 to 9 47 QA ww Brown only LADIES'lONGTANVSHORT SLEEVE LADIES' ORLON PILE Bootie Slipper. Sizes 6 to 8. Assorted colors............ LADIES' 13" BOOT Full inside zipper. Cream _ tone, heather lining, cor- "1 duvan brown. Sizes 7-9 I LADIES'VINYL SLUSH MOULD BOOT Fully lined, full zipper. _ __ Sizes 7 to 10. 4 O BOYS' THERMAL DRAWERS Sizes S.M.L Colors: white, gold, blue BOYS' FLANNEL PYJAMAS Sizes 8 ;o 16. Assorted colors.......... BOYS' TOQUE One size. Assorted colors........... 28 (97 166 GIRLS' ACRYLIC CARDIGAN 2 pocket style. Sizes 4-6x. Colors: red, white, royal blue CHILDREN'S FOOTBALL T-SHIRTS Long sleeves. Sizes 8-14 Assorted colors.......... INFANTS' HOODED 2 PIECE SET Colors: blue, pink, yellow 55 67 766 0 CHILDREN'S A A SKI-DOO SUITS 0 Sizes 8 to 14. Navy, rod........................... T 100% acrylic, one size fits all. asst'd colors and GIRLS' 12" SLUSH MOULD BOOT Sizes 1 1 jo 4 Brown only One sue Assorted BOYS' PULL ON BOOT Pile lined, sizes 2 lo 6. Brown SOCKS Sizes 10lo 12 Colors qreen. red, LIMIT1D QUANTITY SPECIALS! Be sure to enter our FAMILY ALLOWANCE DRAW Simply bj cMhing your Family Wootworth. Producer of TV series faced problems By DICK KLEINER ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (NEA) Every television program has its own peculiar problems but one of the producers of ABC's new Nakia series thinks his problems are unique. George Sunga has to sit in on Indian tribal councils to gain permission for the series to shoot on Indian ground. Sometimes this permission doesn't come easily. "I was visiting a Pueblo tribe." Sunga says, "and I got caught in the middle between two feuding factions the Red Eyes and the Black Eyes. They used our attempt to film at their pueblo as the basis for a civil war." Worrying about Indian wars is only one of the headaches the Nakia company faces as it shoots its ABC series in and around Albuquerque. At the moment, of course, the biggest concern is the ratings. I was met at the handsome Albuquerque airport by a chauffered car and, for a few minutes, I thought that this company was sure in solid with the local authorities. The car was a sheriff's vehicle and the great crest of Davis Coun- ty was gleaming on the car's doors. But then I learned that Albuquerque is really in Ber- nahllo County, and Davis is a pure fiction. So are the cars. They're just props. Nevertheless, the driver, who looked very sheriffish, heard I'd just arrived from Hollywood and wanted to know what I knew about the ratings. When I reached the company, they clustered around me, bombarding me with rating questions. At the show's production of- fice, co producer Sam Strangis was on the phone as I came in to pay my respects. "Twenty he was saying. "Does that mean we're still the top ABC show on Friday and Saturday night? It does? That's He hung up, beaming. And everybody in his office, the associates and the secretaries, laughed and jumped up and down and hit each other on the back. VISITED SHOW The day I visited the show they happened to be shooting a scene in a downtown Albu- querque parking garage. Everyone hastened to assure me that was unusual, that 80 per cent of the show utilizes the beauty of the Southwest. The parking garage could have been anywhere. The show's star, Robert Forster, seemed less concern- ed about ratings than anybody else. He was still worried about making the show what he wanted it to be. He had had one series Banyan which wasn't very good. "Banyan was never what I wanted." Forster said. "If this one isn't what I want I'll Picture yourself as second quarter millionaire BUY YOUR TICKETS 1 FROM THE MEMBERS OF PARTICIPATING SERVICE AND CHURCH CLUBS THE WESTERN CANADA LOTTERY Vlorf 'han 000 i'i Irvlgl people wil iV ri1 K -.air-s clos-e ISlh 1975 ('M hni'fiijry Draw J "-tlM 1975 ROBERT FORSTER walk away after 13 weeks. No problem." What does he want Nakia to be? "I want it to be he said, "and full of character. Not violent. Not cops and robbers. I laid down the ground rules gently but firmly in my first conversa- tion with David Gerber, when the series was first con- sidered.'' Forster's wife and three of their children are back home in Rochester, N.Y. He has one son with him here. He says if the series goes then the family may move here for the duration. They were setting up for a shot in the garage. Forster called over, "Am I safe for 15 The assistant director said he was. Forster said. "I'll be back. Have to pick Bobby up from school." It's that kind of company here and that kind of life for the actors. The one who seems to find time hanging heaviest on her hands is Gloria DeHaven Forster and his co- star, Arthur Kennedy, are usually busy. "I'm the cover she says. "If it's raining and they can't go out on location, they shoot the office scenes with me. So that means I have to be around, just in case the weather turns bad, but most of the time I'm not needed. "I have one friend here in Hope may visit Korea ATLANTA. Ga. (AP) Bob Hope's new book. The Last Christmas Show, implies he has made his last holiday trip abroad to entertain American troops but this might not be the case. Hope, 71. in Atlanta to promote the book, said in an interview he has been invited to visit Korea for yet another Christmas show. "I'm wavering." he said Monday "Right now. I don't see any way to get there, but you never know how things will turn out." Albuquerque, aside from the company. A lot of the time I'm left with nothing to do." Inactivity is not the problem for Forster. He works hard day after day, and they all seem to blend together. He could be working anywhere. He really hasn't had much op- portunity to explore this interesting city and its equally interesting environs. SEEKS LOCATIONS Co producer Sunga, who scouts for locations, does most of the exploring. He is astounded at the variety of scene he can find within an hour's drive from Albuquer- que. He's also astounded by the nature of the people who live here. "It's amazing how nice peo- ple he said. "One day my car got stuck in the mud. And literally every car that came along stopped and the driver offered to help me. That would never happen back home in Los Angeles. "The people are so nice I'm going bananas." The problem then isn't here. Forster thinks the reason the show's ratings have been lower than hoped is that the scripts do not exploit the leading character's Indian blood more. He says he's go- ing to try to see that future ones do. "I have to make my objec- tions and my suggestions gently." he says. "If I'm too strong, it kills my point about gentleness." How's Montreal A free offer of j special interest to those who) hear Init do not understand words has Ix-en announced by} Beltone. A non-operating mod- el of the smallest Beltone aid made will Ix1 ahso- lutelv it free to anyone request- i K no! Init !t A ill s iieanns help to keep, free I i hearing aid iv, hov. tin> in IK'. It's vours The actual aid weiuhs less than a third of an ounce, and it's all at ear level. in one unit No wires lead from i Hodv to head. j j These models are free, so rile for yours now. Thousands h -ilreadv mailed, so writ.- today i.. 2710'. Bel- tone Electronics of Canada Ltd .'WVtt Metroix.litan BKd K. Montreal H12 2K2. I'Q. i Southern Alberta's New "IN" Place People Who Know Go! THE HERITAGE MOTOR HOTEL on No. 3 Highway fader Alberta's New fun Spot CABARET THURSDAY THE HERITAGE MOTOR HOTEL IN TABER Proudly Presents Southern Alberta's Popular "HALFBREED" doors open 9 P.M. Dress code TV highlights THURSDAY COMEDY: Sanford and Son, p.m., Ch. 13. Redd Foxx as Fred Sanford purchases a broken down old racehorse that has spent its most recent years pulling a junk wagon COMEDY: Doctor in the House, p.m., Ch. 13. Robin Nedwell and William Franklyn star as Loftus is on vacation and his replacement has very unorthodox methods MUSICAL COMEDY: Carol Burnett, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Carol's special guests include comedian John Byner and singer Helen Reddy CRIME DRAMA: Kojak, 9 p.m., Ch. 9. Telly Savalas and Dan Frazer star as a suicide gives an unethical private eye the chance to profit from the insurance provided the death can be made to look like murder. CHIME-DRAMA: Streets of San Francisco, 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Karl Maiden and Michael Douglas star as two decorated Air Force colonels are suspected in a strangulation murder case VARIETY SPECIAL: Annie and the Hoods, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Anne Bancroft appears with eight well known male guests in this variety special. COMEDY: Chico and the Man, p.m., Ch. 7. Jack Albertson and Freddie Prinze star as Ed gets the wrong idea about what Chico and his new girl friend were doing in Chico's van. INTERVIEW: Johnny Carson, p.m., Ch. 9. Johnny is scheduled to have Joey Bishop on hand. 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