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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 _ THE IE1HBRIDGE HERALD Tueidny, October 10, 1972 Berton wants Ins children to make it the hard way TORONTO (CP) Pierre Berton, who has written of the hardships the Klondike gold nisli and Canada's early railroaders, wants his cliildren to make it the hard way. He said in a radio interview Thursday lie intends to bequeath his Kleinbm-g estate to struggling writers and let his seven children make their own way after he dies. 'liie 52-year-old author said later lie never had mentioned his lead to any foundation, "but I'm ready to make the deal now if I can continue to live there unlil 1 die." The home of one of Canada's best-selling authors is a rambl- ing affair northwest of Toronto containing seven bedrooms, "so at least ?even writers at a time could live there for nothing for three or four months while they work." He said his wife. Janet, will have no financial troubles- As for the seven children, ranging from 7 to 23: "They'd just have to pay a hell of a'lot of inher- itance tax. Anyway, it's under- stood that they're going to have to make their own way Memioiiite pageant presented PIERRE BERTOX Comf! in lor a free hearing test and let us show you the v.'ide of Zerntn models and styles. There's a Zenith heanng aid to match any loss a hearing aid can heip. If you aren't satisfied with your purchase. Lring it back within 10 days and we'll give you your money back. Remember, Zenith hearing aids have suggested retail prices significantly most foreign imporleJ instruments, j LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Paramount Theatre Bldg. Ph, 328-4080 Out. (CP) Tlvis Land Is Ours, an original three-act pageant that traces more than four centuries of AlimnomlG history, was pre- sented at the Avon Theatre as part of the 150th anniversary celebrations of the coining of the Aniish Mennonitcs to west- ern Ontario. The pageant, written by Uriel A. Bender of Kthrata, Pa., and] directed by Loretta Voder, wife of a Meruionite pastor in In- dianapolis, had a cast of a I Mennonite farmers, teen- agers, housewives and young cliildren. About l.KX) ixjrsons saw the first performance. The pageant tells in chorus narrative, dramatized episodes and mimed vignettes of the growth, of the sect from its lie- formation beginnings through the pc'rsecutions that drove its members from Europe to settle in Upper Canada in 1822. Included in the cast is the en- tire youth fellowship of Valley- view McMinonite Cliurch in Lon- don. Out., one of the few con- gregations iti Canada with di- rect Amisli Mennonite origin. Bridal parly dies in flames HENDERSON, G.i. (AP) A car carrying a bride and groom toward their wedding crashed inlo a truck yesterday and was engulfed in (lames, killing the couple and the two other young occupants of the auto. said Charles Ronald Shipes, and Glenda Daniels, 13, were en route to be married, accom- panied by Shipes1 16-year-old sister and a five-year-old cousin. LETHBRIDGE MUSICAL THEATRE Presents Starring as "ALDONZA" her original Broadway role IN of LA NOVEMBER 10th to 25fh YATES CENTRE CO-STARRING DICK MELLS as "DON QUIXOTE" JACK WARBURTON as "SANCHO" featuring: GEORGE AAANN And Full Supporting Cad of: BOB SAUNTON FRANK HUSZAR JIM GRAY AL GREENWAY DAVID MANN DAVID LYNAGH TOM MELLING EILYN MEUS JOAN WATERFIELD WENDY BURROWS MARILYN ELLISON HOWARD ELLISON FRAN RUDE BILL MATHESON CARASCO') PHYL KRISTIANSEN JEAN WARBURTON RAY "IRISH" MERCER DIANE POKARNEY WANDA HUSZAR MARG McKAY BOX OFFICE OPENS OCT. llth DAflY FROM 10 A.M. to P.M. ot YATES PHONE LETHBRIDGE 327-7055 Tickets and NOTE; SUNDAY, BUT NO MONDAY PERFORMANCES PLEASE BOOK EARLY AND AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT THIS IS AN OUTSTANDING MUSICAL PLAY AND IS CONSIDERED A MATURE AUDIENCE PRODUCTION NIGHTLY AT P.M. VISIT TO A SHOOTING STAR Film star Anthony Quinn is visited by his wife, Jo- landa, and their children on the set of "Th e Assassination of Julius being shot on the outskirts of Rome. The youngslers, from left, are Lorenzo, Francesco and Dani- ele. Quinn ploys the role of the Roman emperor. Fictional star dies tax drama TORONTO Ac- tress Barbara Hersbcy has de- livered a son by natural birth at Ijer home. The father la actor David Carratlinc, Miss Hershey's co- star in Boxcar Bertha, and son of John Carradinc. The parents have lived to- gether for three years hut say they reject the idea of mar- riage. They have named their son Free Carraci ine. TUESDAY NIGHT As It Happens Tuesday Night Introduction Tuesday Nigh! N2V.-S, Wthr., Sporfs From 1he Capitals Hlghli Slide WEDNESDAY 5 Eye Opener n V.'crld 8 Eye Opene Tnii Counrry Time Signal Narlona Provincial Affairs Take It from Max Ferguson 6ob Kerr Home Run BBC News and Co rn men ta ry News Jri5 Frfs Time Political World BT Six See It It's New ANGLO MODE; ic-30 SONY CAR CASSETTE SYSTEM Deluxa tlereo playback car cassello lyslem. Fealurest instaload system; aulomalic continuous reverse tystem ploys cosselle over until you push eject bultont 12 waits oulput; fast forward and rewind buttons can bo locked; automatic eject at end of tope in fast forward and rewind modes. mounting hardware. ANGLO DISTRIBVTORS Steieo and rholopiaphic Centet 419 5th ST. 5. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE K-IL" CANADIAN TORONTO, OiJT. VANCOUVER. B.C. CANADA The whisky a man saves for himself ...and his friends. It's a matter of taste. So we take the time to blend together 29 great, aged whiskies ...into one great taste. Adams Private Stock. Do your friends a flavour. Thomas Adorns iwi Serves 2 years i for crime lie didn't commit MIAMI, Fla. (AP) Still wearing his prison uniform, Je- rome Jlobinson, [fl. walked out of jail yesterday after serving two years for a crime ne didn't commit, j Robinson convicted of a supermarket robbery nnd shooting of the store manapcr in November. Judge Mur- ray Goodman senlcneecl him toj 30 years although the teen-ager pleaded not guilty and only one witness identified him. Two months police offi- cers who had investigated Ihe robbery fofd Judge Goodman that tl'ey had the wrong man. They said a Hni- ford state prison convict later a (Unit led com mill ing the crime. Car leaves road 1MPKIUAL, Sask. Jnliii Stnkkc, of rnlftfry (tied when IMS t-nr ;i mnd near this community, about miles southea-st of Saskatoon. Marine Bjy PinV: Panther (c) Truth or Conieqyencei Klara's Korner Squares 7.30 Ed Allan CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevislon Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT Crcsst'ire U) Josr> VVa U1S a Deal Sfainpfide Nc'Aft Aver.tjers Mission Impossible WEDNESDAY Rovers Marvel Super Football '11 Heroes E'OO Free Po'i'ical Time Pinocchlo Flip Wilson (c> Mews and Fa Frwif Fads Challenge (c) Wr. TUESDAY NIGHT Brady Bunch fck FivC-0 News let chez HeieriB in CJOC KCWl LcU 4 DeflT CHANNEL 2 CABLEVISION TUESDAY NIGHT Today SlyriB Phi Prolil- Youth, Music snci CFCN-TV lelhbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) tVEDMESDAf Thought for Day C'CClC of Air Klir.tslones fc> Romper Movie-: Canada AAV. A Fashicns i E'tW Search lei First anrl Ten Ian Tyi'.n Wiafcui We I by News Literal Trr.ulrlc Tracy C-in I1" Griffin Life Slylc SMr TrrX KRTV Grent Falls Channel 3 (Cabiavision Ch. 9) TUESDAY JltGHT Ttidfly Shov; ft I Whnre the Heart Is Place fiigtil nT Terror Thrre on A us '.VeKjV '.crrc.h f.'n'-ri to irj'i i (Cl ff) LrJ's A J: finvvilcf.ft) WEDNESDAY Oonl ffJ S.f1] Parm Newi NCAI ;