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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHMIDOE HERALD Thursday, October Scientist dies of leukemia VICTORIA (CP) -Dr. John Chapman, a Canadian forestry service scientist, died of leukemia here yesterday. He was 55. Dr. Chapman retired in September after 21 years with the Pacific Forest Research Centre here. He was a specialist in insect physiology and was a member of the Biological Council of Canada. He served as president of the Entomological Society of British Columbia and the Vic- toria United National Association. One exhibit in art galleries ball machine finds new home ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 125T 3rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY p.m. 16 GAMES NBWSSOO BLACKOUT Played Till Won (No Number Limit) IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD (No Limit Purchased) PAYS DOUBLE No under 19 allowed 'ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY WHKBNDINTIRTAINMKNT BEERFEST ALL WEEK SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd Upstairs: "SATELITES" REGINA (CP) -The pin ball machine, the workingman's solace of the 1930s and later scourged by police anti-gambling squads, now has made its way into the graceful salons of art galleries. An exhibit composed of more than a score of the machines with supplementary works of and playing been organized by the Dunlap Art Gallery of the Regina public library with some federal government funds from the Canada Council. It will move later to other art galleries in Western Canada. The art gallery show is mainly the work of Pat McCarthy of Regina, probably ,the country's foremost collec- tor of pinball machines who also has written an enter- taining, authoritative and well-illustrated catelogue of the exhibit. Gallery curator Wayne. Morgan says in a foreward he learned respect for pinball machines only in adulthood, but he finds their design, decoration and operation is art, "both subtle and ex- "Popular customized cars, old movies, adventure novels, and so has recently been studied, ex- plored and exhibited since we found that it could tell us something about ourselves, especially as some of it began to disappear. And pinball is, of course, included. "To many people it is the heart of that magic environ- ment of comic books, potato chips, pop and pool tables that is the corner store or the pool hall..... "The historical -collection" presented here is the only one CLEARANCE LADIES' BOOTS OFF SOCK 95% acrylic. 5% nylon, pile lined fits 9-11. Assorted colors.......'....'. t ALL NUDE ONE SIZE PANTY HOSE for MAGNUS ELECTRIC CORD ORGAN Complete with bench. SO A stand music book O V PORTABLE RECORD PLAYER VICTORIA VILLE PLATFORM ROCKER StretQh, beige or spice Red.Dlack and blue CLEARANCE PRICED! VICTORIAVILLE RECLINER ROCKERS Deep foam pad design. Avocado, brown or black. MEN'S ACRYLIC PULLOVER Long sleeve, u-neck. S.M.I.. Assorted colors MEN'S HOSE 100% nylon, fits sizes 10 to 13. Assorted A colors A for ASSORTED WINTER HEADWEAR Choose from scarfs and toques in assorted styles 4 50 and colors............. BOYS'wins 100% acrylic, asst'd colors LADIES'TWO-TONE Available in rust. brown AUDITION DIGITAL CLOCK RADIO CLEARANCE PRICED! LOUISE STAINLESS FLATWEAR Complete service for six. PUMP Sizes 5-8. beige with black toe and heel Solid state AC operated. lighted dial. CSA approved CHILD'S lighted dial. SO A V V EMBROIDERY KIT Cloth and thread supplied 9x12 ROOMSIZE RUG 100% polyester shag pile, green, gold or A Cinnamon 9Vr MAKE-UP SHAVING MIRROR 1 side plain. 1 side magni- FISHER PRICE PLAY FAMILY VILLAGE For boys girls. S 4 AftB ages2-8 TO OWLTEACHER CARD SAME Battery operated IP FUN WORK BENCH Teaches co-ordination ol movements by fun with SO tools....................... O TWIRL-0-PAINT Battery operated for high speed action. Paint end SK cards included.............. 9 SPIROSCOPE HAIRY CANARY PLANE Nobatteriesor electricity needed I 9 BINQ SANG BOING Super Action game O TINY TEARS DOLL Fopim soft magic SKtn CLEARANCE PRICED! Tray included. Red only. THAYER LANOLIN or OLIVE OIL ALL PURPOSE CREME For dry skin. 16fl.oz. SUDDEN BEAUTY ,m GALAXY 10 ROLL CHRISTMAS WRAP Regular, super, unscented. 425 g Each roll 26x60" long The do it you self kaleidoscope CLEARANCE PRICED! 2 PIECE LUGGAGE SET Sturdy design. Blue or green BOXED CHRISTMAS CARDS 25 cards with decorated envelopes CLOTHES HAMPER Padded lid. all metal design, avo- cado, gold, white. A pink.lilac 5f BOXED SWAG LAMP Decorative, functional. beautify any room BABY ALIVE DOLL rsaTly eats. Orirks. and sss; LAZY DAZY DOLL Pillow rnctudsd. rio toarteries needed. No pull String NEILSON CHOCOLATES 1? or. MacBroon. rosebud. M UMCH COUNTER SPECIAL Hot Dog, French Fries and small CoKe. MEMORIES PLAQUE KIT Everything but paper. included KITCHEN PLASTICWARE various cctors VARIETY OF KITCHEN GADGETS Choose from juicers. spoons, longs A BAKERY SPECIAL! Apple. Mince. Pumpkin A and Rateln Pies CNTEKOUR FAMILY ALLOWANCE DRAW LIMITED QUANITiTY DOWNTOWN LETHBRIDGE SPECIALS. we know of available to the public, available to learn something of our cultural history and present the idea that this amusement can, at its best, be artful." The decoration of the play- fields and the back glasses of pinball machines do reflect important factors in North American cultural history: Dancers Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire, airplanes and rocket 'ships, fast cars, Rockettes, Daisy Mae, women in scanty clothes, prospectors and Times Square. McCarthy writes in the catalogue that most of the ar- tists called on to decorate the pinball machines are un- known, except Parker, who worked for many years with D. Gottlieb and Co., one of the principal manufacturers in Chicago. After it closes here Nov. 17, the exhibit under the general title of Tilt! will go to the Glenbow-Alberta Art Gallery in Calgary, the Vancouver and Edmonton art gaieties, the Mendel Gallery in Saskatoon and the Winnipeg Art Gallery. Gould to star in TV special NEW YORK (AP) Elliott concerns what might happen Gould co star of California if Gould, co star Rita Moreno TV highlights COMEDY: All in the Family, p.m., Ch. 9. Rob Reiner as Mike shocks Gloria by telling her that he does not want to have any children. MUSICAL COMEDY: Carol Burnett, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. With the regulars, Carol is joined by special gueats Ala King and 10- year-old Lena Zavaroni. CRIMu-DRAMA: Kojak. p.m., Ch. rally Savalas, Dan Frazer auu Kevin Dobson star as the Kojak company try to keep a bookkeeper in protective custody as her testimony could con- vict a pair of suspects in her employer's murder. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Televisor) Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. Split, has split from California to go before cameras here. The show is a one hour special produced by the Children's Television Workshop. Called Out to Lunch, it and some of CTW's Electric Company and Sesame Street gang took over ABC-TV while the network's executives were at lunch. ABC will show the program Dec. 10. LABOR CLUB Cmnr 2nd Aw. md 13th St. Ngrtk WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT in the Clubrooms THURSDAY, HALLOWEEN NIGHT OCTOBER "COUNTRY BLUES" FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 AND 2 "SOUTH COUNTRY 4" Members and Invited Guests! Goes on... Jerry McKenzie Today's Sound is DRUMS ire available i" LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Phona 327-2272 Lethbridge Community College HARLEQUIN PLAYERS Present A lively, fun filled spoof on Aesop's Fables, full of brilliant colors, contemporary musical sounds, simple staging, and lots of action as stage players talk through images of animals. TJiurwliy, Fridiy, Sirurdij Octobir 31, Npvawbtr 1 md 2 D p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE StudmtK CHEC 1090 TUESDAY THRU FRIDAY Wayne Barry Farm News News. Weather. Sports Wally Hild Checline Roy Rennick Farm News Grain Prices and Call cf the Land Neufeld News. Weather. Sports Paul Tessier Rod McDonald News is 20 min, to the hour and 20 min. after. Bob Hesketh CJOC 1220 Probe 1220 Sports Market Report Local News World at Six News. Weather. Sports Hour of Information News and Grain Prices CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY a.m. Don McMaster p.m. Concie's Carousel p.m. Don McMaster p.m.'Del King Midnight Concerts Overtures and Encores Midnight Sign Off On MOn- day. Tuesday thru Friday Del-King CBR 1010 THURSDAY As It Happens Themes and Variations Massey Lectures News From the Capitals Five Nights a Week Jazz Unlimited Best of F.M. Jazz FRIDAY Warm-Ups Calgary Eye Opener The World at Seven World at Eight Eye Opener BBC News This Country, in the Morning Time Signal Radio Noon Your Forum School Broadcast Canadian Concert Hall .Max Ferguson Show Dave Barregars Calgary World at Six and Cash. wM. under Orange Crush' caps for clknes, quarters, bottles cartons. Only as cpod as