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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6-THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Wednesday, Octobtr 31, 1973 SAFEWAY BRANDS EVENTS Town House CondMiel Cram CANNED GROUND COFFEE MARGARINE Edwards Regular, Fim or ElM. Pirc. Grind VicPik2lb.tin 3lb.pkg.............. MEAT DINNERS Minor House Frozin Beef. Fried Chicken. Salisbury Steik. Turkey 11oz.nelwt.pkg................ 1Q 9< 99 59 0 Bel Air Reg. Cut. Crinkle Cut TsterTroits. Canada Fincy Frozen 2 Ib. pkg........ 2i89 FRENCH FRIES TOMATOES APPLE SAUCE 5i95< Polly Ann White or Brown Sliced 20 oz. loaf Alpha Canada First Grade Ib. Standing Rib Canada Canada Grade A, Ib. BREAD BUTTER BEEF ROAST SIRLOIN STEAK PORK CHOPS V SALMON MU .I29 B.C. APPLES BROCCOLI Boneless Canada Grade A Beef, Ib. 1.39 1.89 Spartans Red Delicious Cello Bag. Ibs Fresh and Flavorful From California. Ibs. Moro Specials Here! 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WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES SAFEWAY S A Rich's Little brother still plays boondocks By ARLENE GREER OTTAWA (CP) "And now ladies and gentlemen, PREO Fred If the master of ceremonies had introduced RICH Little, the audience would have strained forward in their seats .in anticipation of a barrage of fun choked imitations, im- personations, impressions and jokes. Rich has successfully made the jump from small time Ottawa performances to the fame and bright lights of international entertainment. But outside the Ottawa Valley few people would recognize Fred's name or know that his ability in the same field of entertainment possibly rivals that of his younger, more famous brother. One of Fred's strongest boosters is Rich himself, who tends to wish Fred would take the same chance he did in risking a shot at the big enter- tainment apple. "Fred has always had the remarkable ability to make people Rich says enthusiastically. "I always thought that if he ever decided to go into show business More praise tumbles out as Rich warms to the topic of Fred's talent. "He's certainly got the looks. He has a very photogenic face it's just incredible. He looks a little like Jack Lemmon, I think. "And he's got a very inven- tive mind. He's a little like Johnny Winters at times." So, with all that going for him. what's Fred doing in the boondocks of the entertain- ment world? Rich's theory is that Fred needs a bit of a push. "I'm not sure Fred has the temperament to make the big time." he says. Fred agrees. He likes the security of home and family. "People always ask me he chuckles when asked whether he's ever considered going to bat in the big leagues of show business. "And they always think, oh yes, he would but he just won't say it." "But yeah, sure I have I guess anyone would." He pauses then adds, "but I think I'd go a little nuts doing two shows a day, seven days a week." During the last few years, Fred has been tempted to move his wife Judy and their three year old son to a bigger city and gamble on his talents. But, it seems, he always brushes away the Stardust and takes a hard look at the risks involved. "I always think, when I hear these voices for cartoon characters on TV, wouldn't that be great I could probably make my bread and butter right says the man of about 125 voices, including a large selection of cartoon characters that, for years, have kept kids and adults laughing. "But it might not last. The cartoon might go off the air in a very short He goes on to cite dire reports that one of every four actors in California is un- employed. "That doesn't say much for the business. I guess I kind of Native art dying out in Canada PEMBROKE, Ont. (CP) The arts and crafts of Canada's native peoples are dying out. Quill work hasn't been done much for a century and some ancient pottery techniques have not been used for close to 350 years, says John Dockstader of Algonquin College. But a unique course at the Algonquin campus here is de- signed to reverse the trend. The students, 18 Indians and two Eskimos, came from across Canada. Their ages range from early 20s to late 40s. Their courses include weav- ing, use of natural dyes, stone, horn and bone carving of im- plements, leather work, pottery and small-business management. Co-ordinator Dockstader, who grew up on the Six Nations Reserve in Ontario, says he hopes the students will return to their communities and teach their new skills in local schools. JOBS PROMISED TORONTO (CP) Theatre Ontario has announced that successful applicants for its training courses this year will be posted in theatres throughout Canada, the U.S. and fnr like the pay cheque coming in every two weeks." Fred has had a few big moments. He won a spot on the old CBS Ted Mack Original Amateur Hour and has entertained United States audiences as a guest of David Frost as well as Canadian viewers on the Pierre Berton Show a few years back. And Canadian audiences will be able to catch him again next Easter when he appears on the Juliette Show. But mostly he sticks to his work with emotionally dis- turbed children, sporadically unleashing his zany wit at a convention here, a benefit show there, at fairs and for commercials. Fred says it always em- barrasses him when Rich asks how much he was paid for a particular performance and then tells him he should have asked for a lot more. The mobile face that Rich describes grins wryly, "As Rich always says, I'm good but I'm cheap. "Oh well, maybe next year." Rail museum hit on Prairie WINNIPEG (CP) The Rolling Stock Museum brought 24 northern Manitoba communities a glimpse of their heritage last summer. The museum, a project of the Manitoba Museum of Man and Nature, consists of two restored railway cars of turn- of-the-century vintage. One contains a walk-through exhibit of northern history, prehistory and ecology, while the other serves as living quarters for the two man crew and doubles as a multi purpose area. The multi-purpose area acts as an instant community centre, where films can be shown or lectures and dis- cussions take place. Alert to th'e possibilities of recording tales and recollec- tions of northern residents, the planners include a videotaperecorder in the equipment. "We intend to learn from them as well as bring them our a museum staff member said. Most exhibits are labelled and explained in both Cree syllables and English, although at times something is lost in the translation to Cree. The yogurt yogurt lovers love. GOT IT? GOOD FOR YOU! 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