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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, October 5, 1973 Diamond wedding Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mackintosh, who celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary Sept. 19, were recently honored with a family dinner at Sven Erickson's Family Res- taurant. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Trimble, Victoria, B.C. Mrs. Bella Kelly, Calgary, and Mr. and Mrs. B. McDermid and their two children from Red Deer, Mr. and Mrs. Mackintosh, who have lived in Lethbridge since 1910, have five children, one son deceased in 1970. They have five grandchildren and five great- grandchildren Educational ion The debut of AECC television marks an exciting step in learning and life enrichment opportunities for all Albertans through the media of broadcasting When fully operational, AFCC will represent the combined assets and personnel of Edmonton radio station CKUA, the Metropolitan Edmonton Educational Television Authority, the Calgary And Region EducationalTelevision association and the Provincial Tape Duplicating Centres. POLKA DOT DOOR MONDAYS THROUGH FRIDAYS A Canadianized version of a BBC simple experimentation, pre-school series designed to develop an awareness and appre- ciation of the world through exploration, investigation, and CFRIM, Edmonton, CFCN, Calgary, CHAT, Medicine Hat, CKSA, Lloydminster, CJOC, Lethbridge CBXT CFAC CHAT CKSA CJOC This schedule reaches a maximum audience of Albertans and is only the first phase in the overall plans of the AECC. Chinese French Canadian Indian Greek Portugese Ukrainian Elements of Oance Dances ot Comment Phases of Abstraction Words of Stimulus WEDNESDAYS 9-00 A.M THROUGHOUT OCT. THE COMMUNICATION GAP A SIcjD MONDAYS 9-00 A M OCT 8 TO DEC 31 WORLD IN YOUR KITCHEN OppO'lunilv [0 Italian Indonesian Jewish Danish Jamaican Austrian Hungarian TUESDAYS 9.00 A.M. NOV. 27 TO JAN. 1 SECONDLOOK A n c'. mi i Who N'-eds C.T oc.'S Thi Meeting Education Volunteers Summary _ WEDNESDAYS 9'00 A M OCT. 31 TO DEC. 26 ONE Mil LION CHILDREN ?j foHowjn, ,i K, ill Tl i [KiKjr.irTi i onli nl tviM i I 'n ol ii'rTfil inii'ii-sl Ihu s fc f irli program wil only oni Liberia Educational For further information contact: TELEVISION NORTH (MEETA) 9311 60th Avenue. Edmonton TELEVISION SOUTH (CARET) SAIT Tower, 1301 16th Avenue N. W. Calgary The Herald1 Family Mystery writer wore red socks t; Fla (API Christopher Rebecca Lee. a ,10-year-old university Ireshman says her father. detective writer Ellery Queen was "nol as urbane as Ins books would indicate Here's Ellery -tall, dark." Miss Lee said ol her lather's hctional sleuth "Heie's ddd short, tat It's haul lo make the transition Mv lather was a fairly dominant personality in his own home A great pieinnini was placed on intellectual competence in our house Consequently I think that without meaning to he sc ared the hell out of us." Mis.-, Lee said her lather. Manhed Lee who died in would not have approved All-breed dog show planned Entries are now closed for the Lctlibridge and District Kennel Club all-breed dog shows and obedience trials, to be held at the exhibition and Sunday Ocl 27 and 28 The kennel club anticipates approximated 500 entries each dav with all the western provinces and neartn states in the U S represented The largest number ol entries will be working dogs, particularly the doberman pinscber and German shepherd Several unusual breeds will also be exhibited, including the akita. Gordon setter, Rhodesian ndgeback. pulik. bull terrier schipperke and Yorshire terrier added feature of the fall show will be .1 miscellaneous class lor breeds not recogniz- ed ulliciallv bv the Canadian Kennel Club This additional class xvill permit the exhibi- tion ol bichon. Australian cat- 11 e dog. border collie, miniature bull terrier and many other rare breeds This year the kennel club will oiler special evening attractions of interest to the general public on Oct 27. beginning with a parade ot champions and obedience titl- ed dogs, followed by the group ludgmgs The evening will conclude with Lest in snow ludgmg and presentations Judges for the show arc Mrs Kalherine Marshall. Idaho Robert Wills, Ohio. Robert Waters George Donaldson and Ben Taylor of BC THE BETTER HALF ol her decision lo resign trom a New York public relations job to enroll at the University Florida this fall as a major lie went oil on a gamble to write." she said in an inter- view lie lelt thai lor his kids that wasn't the way to do it; tlut a good job and a decent income was still the most im- porlunl thing Mantied Lee and his cousin. Frederic Dannay. teamed to write M mvstcnes under the pseudonomyn Kllery Queen Thev rarelv saw each other, but regularly produced one book a vear Lee did most ol (he writing while Dannay con- cocted plot, did research and edited Miss Lee one of eight Lee children said that "my fifth giade English teacher was such an Kllerv Queen Ian and had this image ot inv lather as this gorgeous WASP (white Anglo-Saxon When he the school one dav. she suddenly realized thai Kllerv Queen was a short lal man in overalls and red socks. Miss Lee said. "She was reallv destroyed." Mis-s Lee said. "Ellery Queen's appeal has basically been Unit most ol his detec- tive woik was done through his brain lie wasn't a James Bond a knock-'em-up shoot- 'emdown He wasn't a Mickey Spillane lather lelt verv strong- that there was something special about writing He olten said writing was a tor- luie lie had this big thing lor Jewish dis- ease Mis.s Lee said she did not en- leading her lather's books because he diew too Irequent- on lamiK iriends mother would use pet words and mannerisms that would Irequcntly appear in his hooks she said "When I was .1 leen-agei it would wreck it loi me I'd be reading about this- glamorous woman and then out would come one ol mother's phrases Calendar Southminster Circle Square Dance Club will hold the regular dance at 8-30 p.m. Saturday in Southminster hall All square dancers welcome Ladies are asked to take a box lunch The Lelhbridge Old Time Dance Club will hold a dance at 8 30 p.m. Saturday at the Assumption School. 24 St. and 14 Ave S. Everyone welcome By Barnes "One of my checks was returned marked 'insufficient funds'! This bank is supposed to have 600 million in You may have a heat-thief in your home! Bravery awards Charles J. Small, Canadian Ambassador to the People's Republic of China, presents bravery awards on behalf of the Canadian government to Anne Dale- Harris, 35, left, of Ottawa and 25-year-old Margaret Cornish of Toronto. The merit certificates and honorariums were awarded in Peking, China, to the pair for their part in saving a drowning child in that country. Bravery awards were also an- nounced for the pair by Governor-General Michener. An operation every month keeps Jimmy breathing MIDDLESBORO. Ky (AP) .Jimrm Weaver. 2, needs a throat operation every month lo stav alive His mother. Angela Weaver ol Muldlesboro savs that Jimmv had no apparent prob- lem until he was about four months old. when he began to lose his voice Soon he was un- ablc to crv audibly Treatments with antibiotics were meltective Five months later, Dr Al- bert Cullum ol Middlesboro operated on Jimmy's throat He lound and removed some viral tumors about the ot small warts that were block- ing Jimmy's breathing pas- sage But the tumors, or papil- loma. began to grow back, and Jinum s bodv apparently didn I oiler normal resistance lo them Nine months later in De- cember Jimmv needed ,i second operation to remove the gtowths and the need ac- celcbraled LASER BEAM Jitnim has since had the papilloma removed I.'f times three limes bv Dr Cullum and 10 times, with a laser beam bv Dr Stewart Strong at Boslon Universitv Hospital During the last two months ,m operation was needed about every It) days The last operation, by Dr Cullum. was an emeigencv pi ocedure. that lime Jimmv was lilted with an artificial silver trachea a tube running from the front ol his neck into his throat The lube has reduced liie operations lo about one a month Mrs Weaver must watch limmv 24 hours a and cleai the tube al least lour limes ,1 dav Despite all this, she lie s bappv and healthy, and he plavs pretty well The most disturbing thing lor Jim- she adds is being unable lo speak The doctors hope the laser treatments al Boslon will slow the growths. Mrs Weaver sass But so lar they haven I and monthly oper- ations miisl continue until the tumors slop growing RAWLEIGHS HIGH QUALITY PRODUCTS Phone 327-0567 2005 ui Ave Norrn, Lethbridge French designer claims clothes clash with cars PARIS lAP) Oleg Cas- sini who has dressed some of the world s most glamorous women and now is also an au- tomotive designer, said Tues- day ho thinks cars should be clad lor dav and evening just like their owners "I would like lo see a spe- cial package offer of two mechanically identical cars, one dressed lor informal day use and the other in glam- orous hues and materials for loimal occasions the K re rich-bo in designer said The stage is set. in I he i "nited States at least, for this lomantic concept." Cassini said The slvlisl was in Pans for the introduction lo Europe ol the Motors Cassini Matador line he designed. It will be on display at the Pans auto show opening this weekend having interior styling created bv Gucci. Pierre Car- din and I-evis in the last three American Motors se- lected Cassini to the con- cept liirthor .irid play a large exterior styling as well many two-car fami- lies and a move lo informal daUune lashion in I he Uniled fassmi said, there is a growing clash between people's cais and clothes PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upttairs) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. HES NO 1 David Stevens, of Tancook Island. Nova Scotia is perhaps the outstanding designer, builder and racer of wooden schooners in North America In Weekend Magazine ihis Saturday, writer Harry Bruce presents a profile of David Stevens whose boats are hvmq symbols of a magnificent oast In Your LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S 13th St. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5th O'CLOCK 4lh and 8th Games in 7 Game 5 CARDS FOR S1.00 OR Each BLACKOUT JACKPOT 55 NUMBERS LUCKY NUMBER DRAW WORTH LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH WEEKLY DRAW WORTH Persons Under 16 Yean Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB At a Meeting Held Recently, The LETHBRIDGE BARBERS and HAIRSTYLING ASSOCIATION Have decided to raise the price of regular haircuts and Hairstyling to comply with charges in the rest of the province. Due to rapidly rising costs the following prices will be canaoian Luesyern naruraLoas company Limireo Serving I n I- 1912 SO.00 EFFECTIVE OCT. 16, 1973 ADULTS .50 UNDER 14 ;