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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Octeb.r 7, THi LITHMIDGI HIKALD 7 EDITOR RETIRES VANCOUVER (CP) Vet- eran editor Fred Murphy, 60, has retired after 42 years to 11.97 Gol.- 1.99 to 3.97 qt. CLiARANCE iTilCES GAL, 2.37 339 7.97 THETRELSPAR Interior Latex In your choice of 14 colours. No painty odour, fast drying and easy to apply. Ideal finish for walls and ceilings. ONLY, GAL. 6.47 Semi-Gloss Enamel and High-Gloss Enamel Whites or your choice of 14 colours. Grey Porch and Floor Enamel. ONLY, GAl. 6.97 The T.P.Y. White Paints Interior Latex Idepl for walls and ceilings. At a low, low price. Reg. Woolco Price 4.49. OAL 3.49 Semi-Gloss Great for bathrooms, kitchens, or trim. Reg. Woolco Price 5.49. GAl. 4.49 Closed 0 K Monday. Open Tunday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. College Shopping Malk 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive EMONSTKATION CHANGE THi ORDINARY INTO THE EXTRAORDINARY Flecto Antiquing O' Flecto Woodgraining. Do- ItrYourself. Apply a rich wocdgrain or elegant an- tique finish to anything that con be painted; Come and See How It's Done Demonstration fakes place in the point department on Thursday qnd Friday, Oc- tober 8th ond 9th from p.m. to p.m., and Sat., October 10th from a.m. to p.m. a.m. to 1 p.m.; to 6 p.m. rank among the top 15 regular programs. On the French network, Be- witched and Land of the Giants, both American, are the only regularly-scheduled top draws from outside Canada. The audience figures are esti- mates mainly based as in the past on so-called network audi- Helen Hayes, 70 Attends Early Birthday Party NEW YORK (AP) Helen Hayes, who will be 70 on Satur- day, has attended an unusual advance birthday party, a pre- view of her filmed life story, Helen Hayes: Portrait of an American Actress. The 90-minute film, a special made by National Education Television, will be shown by NET Thursday night. Miss Hayes, along with hundreds of friends and well-wishers, saw it last night in a theatre in the museum of Modern Art. Miss Hayes made her stage debut when she was 6. cnce panels comprising about members of the general public for the English network and for French program- ming. The panels represent cross-sections of the public by age. Special surveys also are made periodically. The English network top draws and audience: Saturday hockey arid Ed Sulli- van, 3.6 million; Red Skelton, My World and Welcome to It, averaging more than 3 millions; Bill Cosby, Green Acres, Front Page Chal- lenge, Name of the Game, be- twaen 2.5 and 3 million; Mc- Queen, The Bold Ones, The Wonderful .World of Disney, Sunday at Nine, in the 2.1-to-2.4 million group; The Nature of Tilings, Monday Evening Music Variety, each 1.9 million. Audience for the National news is 1.9 million. It Increase Reported TOKYO (AP) Tokyo, the world's most populous city, had residents as of June 1, the statistics division the Tokyo metropolitan government increase of over the previous month. ranks with Hymn Sing, a Sun- day evening program. On the French network, four Montreal-produced weekly drama series lead. They are Quelle Famille, Moi et 1'autrc, Rue des pignons, and Les belles hisloires, all with audiences ex- ceeding 2 million. Bewitched ranks next, fol- lowed by hockey and a series drama, music and documentary programs. Montreal Expos were drawing tp to 1 million viewers on the French network in their first Zsa Zsa Sues Hotel Company NEW YORK (Reuters) Ac- tress Zsa Zsa Gabor filed a suit in federal court here against the Waldorf As: toria Hotel Corp., claiming it failed to protect jewels worth the same amount taken from NDP Aide Resigns REGINA (CP) Jack Kin- zel has resigned as executive assistant to Saskatchewan's op- position leader and has taken a position with the federal New Democratic Party. her in the hotel. Miss Gabor charged the Waldorf was negli- gent in leaving a door open through which two gunmen en- tered the hotel and robbed her of the jewels at a.m. Aug. 19. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic National Store Bids. PH. 327-7244 Lethbrldge EVREYONE WELCOMED BY LETHBRIDGE OLD TIME DANCE ASSOCIATION DANCE FRIDAY, OCT. 9th UMINV-C P.M. ASSUMPTION Ave. and 24th St. S. WESTERNERS ORCHESTRA The Paramount Theatre is 20 years old on Monday. We are proud to have served Lethbridge during this time. To celebrate our anniversary we bring you these- outstanding Motion Pictures Something for everyone to enjoy. PARAMOUNT MANAGEMENT. GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH- COUTTS HIGHWAY 327 1100 STARTS THURSDAY The most electrifying ritual ever seen! RICHARD HARRIS as "A MAlf CALLED HORSE" BUCAVISION'TECHNICOLOR? ADULT AC1NEMA CENTER FILMS PFLESENIAnON JiMtilliiirt COLLEGE STARTS TOMORROW thru MONDAY LOVE BUG 7 10 p.m. JUNGLE BOOK p.m. Howl with Herbie... bounce with Baloo! Walt Disney IftiMe TECHNICOLOR' GEM KICHELE JONES LEE BUDDY HACKETT DAVID TOMLINSON TECHNICOLOR! ENDS TONIGHT "Bullet for Pretty Boy" With 'Fabian' In Color. CLOSED TONITE OPEN THURSDAY Steve McQueen "The Reivers" A Cinema Films Prcsentaim A National General ROUTM GATES AT P.M. SHOW AT P.M. SHOWING IrdDAY thru TUES. 2 SHOWS DAILY AND P.M. BOTTOM POPULAR PRICES! Tie spit American mr mwie But Hdywood has always wanted to make, butiKverhatltte luls to do ITS SENS ATKHM. tHGAGEMEHT ADULT ADMISSION PRICES FOR THIS ATTRACTION: ADULTS MATINEE EVENING STUDENTS ANYTIME HIGHEST BATUMI" N.Y. DAILY NEWS Paramount Pictures Presents A Howard W.Koch ADULTS -Alan Jay Lerner Production S Starring Regular Prices Evenings STUDENTS 51.25 Children 500 Barbra Streisand Yves Montand NOW SHOWING PARAMOUNT CINEMA 4th AVt 8th ST -3276100 FAMILY Based upon the Musical Play On A Clear Day You Can See Forever Bob Newhart Larry BIyden Simon-Oakland Jack Nicholson and John Richardson Music by Burton Lane Screenplay and Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner Produced by Howard W. Koch Directed by Vincenle Minnelli Music Arranged and Conducted by Nelson Riddle 2 Deluxe Shows 7.00 9.30 p.m A Paramount Picture ;