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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Salurday, Stplembir 5, 1970 HALL OF FAME Wiley Iljirdcmnn Post, fn- jnoiis siimt and lest pilot killed in 1935, was named lo the Avia- tion Hall of Fame in 19G9. CENTIPEDE'S DELIGHT Britain exported n record 2) million pairs of siloes in 1% Hie footwear industry a nounced. C.F.L. FOOTBALL NEXT WEEK ON CFCN-tv CHANNEL 13 MONDAY, SEPTEMBER lo p.m. EDMONTON at CALGARY VIEW THESE GAMES ON THE ESTABtlSHED TREND-SETTER ONIY Is pleased to announce REDUCED PRICES ON THE ENTIRE MOTHER BROWN MENU DEEP SEA COD SMALL FRY, I pc. and chips.................55 MAMA FRY, 2 pcs. and chips................75 PAPA FRY, 3 pcs. and chips................95 FAMILY FRY, 12 pcs. (fish only) 2.35 PARTY FRY, 13 pcs. (fish 3.45 COD, per piece...........................30 OCEAN FRESH HALIBUT SMALL FRY, 1 pc. and chips___ MAMA FRY, 2 pcs. and chips PAPA FRY, 3 pcs. and chips___ FAMILY FRY, 12 pcs. (fish only) PARTY FRY, 18 pcs. (fish only) HALIBUT, per piecs .70 1.05 1.40 3.80 5.80 .45 MOTHER BROWN'S CHIPS CHIPS, per order..........................25 CHIP FRY, 5 orders....................... 1.15 ___________NEW! Mother Brown lakes great pleasure in Introducing FATHER BROWN'S BEEF BURGERS DELUXE BURGER will, CHpi 9Qt REGULAR BURGEB....................... CHEESE BURGER 606 Molher Brown's haj 1o bs good ihe lust doesn't anything eliel HOURS: Monday and Tuesday 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday to Sunday a.m. lo 8 p.m. PHONE 328-8391 2716 12th AVE. S. H ofM Granted Licjuor Licence WINNIPEG (CP) The Uni- versity of Manitoba and n Winnipeg dis- cotheque were granted liquor and beer licences by the Mani- toba Licensing Board. The licensing board approved applications by the university for a beverage room licence and dining rooms licences, and by tlie discotheque for a ca- baret licence. The university will open a beverage room on the third floor of the university centre building and will serve beer and liquor in dining room on llic second floor. Under llic licences, Hie be crago room can accommoda MO patrons and Ihe diliii rooms 512 people. The discotheque, which TO acommwtale 183 people in th basement o[ the downtown S Charles Hotel, becomes th city's first licenced discoth que. The remains of a stone ag man from about BC wei discovered in 1069 in a cai near Santander, Spain. REGULAR DANCE MINUS ONE CLUB Polish Hall Sat., Sept. 5 p.m. Music by "THE SWING KINGS" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS Phone 327-1448 Loyal Order of the Moose SOCIAL Saturday, Sept. 15th p.m. Music by "THE LONG ACRES" FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PARKING STALLS FOR RENT Adjacent To Lethbridge Arena Apply: TREASURY DEPARTMENT, CITY HALL Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 49 Nos Game No. 1 and Game No. 10 50 1 1 Games Prize Money 20 All GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card 51.00 All Wood Cards fg Each Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club room (or member] and their invited guests Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities The East Lethbridge Rotary Club's 6th ANNUAL INDOOR Learn a new languag Learn to speak musi igjSHOW THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY Oth-llth-12th. LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION 4 Rob, s. "PERFECTO HORSES" The" DRESSAGE HORSES, EVENING SHOWS P.M SATURDAY MATINEE P.M. EVERY SHOW DIFFERENT See Don Remington's 2 Antique Carriages Tickets Now On Sale ct ihe Paramount Theatre Lobby EVENINGS and SAT. MATINEE TELEPHONE RESERVATIONS CALL 327-5554 PLEASE NOTE-Phono reservajioni muil be picked up 1 hour before show otherwise tlicy will be sold. Come to the store that knows what it's talking about. Look over our fine selection of woodwinds and brasses. Select your personal tone of voice Ihe sweet sound of a flute, tha royal sound of a trumpet, tho deep sound of a trombone, the singing sound of a clarinet, or the blues of a sax! The cost is so the rewards so rich. Why not give if a fry? LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Paramount Thcnlro Building Phono 328-4030 HLIGHTS SATURDAY SPORTS: FoolbaU, 6 p.m., Ch. 11: The Kansas City Cliiefs meet tho Dallas Cowboys In n pre-season game. SPECIAL: A Killing ol Eagles, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: The Allies' massive bombing offensive against the Tliird Reich. SPECIAL: Operation Elephant, 7 p.m., Ch. 0: Elephants wliich are over-populating a South African park are trans- located to another preserve. MOVIE: North By Northwest, p.m., Cli. 7: Accounted as one of Hitchcock's best thrillers, a 1959 drama about executive who is mistaken for an American spy and is framed for a UN official's murder. Stars Cay Grant and Eva Marie Saint. MOVIE: McCIonrt: Wlio Killed Miss 9 p.m., Ch. 13: A Naw Mexico deputy marshal is plunged into a bi- zarre murder case when he tries to deliver a prisoner to New York. Stars Dennis Weaver. MOVIE: Lililh. p.m., Ch. 7: Jean Seberg and War- ren Beatty star in a 1964 drama about a beautiful mental patient in an institution and her relationships with other inmates. MOVIE: p.m., Ch. 13: Shirley MacLaine and Michael Caine try to execute the perfect robbery. SUNDAY SPORTS: The Sensational Sixties, p.m., Ch. 9: The most outstanding players, plays and games in the NFL's past ten years. SPORTS: Kalcidosport, p.m., Cli. 7: Highlights of the Canadian Senior Track and Field Championships, held in Winnipeg late last month. SPECIAL: The Quiet Invasion, 4 p.m., Ch. 7: An Intertel special which examines the prejudice against immigrant Chinese in southeast Asia because of fear of communism. RECITAL: Music to See, 5 p.m., Ch. 7: The Toronto Woodwind Quintet, composed of members of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. NATURE: Challenging Sea, 5 p.m., Ch. 13: An explorer shows films and stills of his underwater adventures in the 1930s, and talks about the development of modern underwater equipment. MOVIE: House on Grcennpule llirail, C p.m., Ch. 11: Christopher George stars as an investigator delving into murder of a housewife. With Janet Leigh and Julie Harris. SPECIAL: Music Festival, 7 p.m., Ch. 7: Highlights ol the Intercollegiate Music Festival, featuring rock and folk music competitors. COMEDY: My World and Welcome To It, p.m., Ch. 7i The final show of the Emmy-winning series based on writings of James Thurber. Willi William Windonr. Guidon Age of tlic Automobile, p.m., Ch, 13: Drawings, prints and photos document the history of the car, from spindly contraption to elegant motor coach. DRAMA: Forsyte Saga, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: The old estrange ments flare up again as Soames meets Irene and Jon Forsyte, and Fleur has an encounter with Jon. With Eric Porter. DOCUMENTARY: Fabulous Sixties, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: Pro- filed tonight is 1968, the year Trudeau became prime minis- ter, Russia invaded Czechoslovakia and riots erupted in Chi- cago during the Democratic National Convention. SPECIAL: Tho Struggle For China, 10 p.m., Ch. 7: The story of China's turbulent years during the first half of the 20th century, from the early east-west conflicts to the rise of Mao Tse-tung. DRAMA: Marcus Welby, M.D., 10 p.m., Ch. 13: Dolores Del Rio and Janet Blair portray two critically-ill women wili differing approaches to death. MOVIE: The Ceremony, p.m., Ch. 7: A tale of mur- der, robbery and jealousy involving two brothers in Tan- gier's underworld. Stars Laurence Harvey and Robert Walker. MOVIE: Stranger on the Run, p.m., Ch. 13: A 1967 drama about the relentless hounding of a murder sus- pect. Stars Henry Fonda and Anne Baxter. MONDAY MOVIE: Moby Dick, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: Gregory Peck stan as Captain Ahab in a 1956 adaptation of Herman Melville'j famous sea saga. SPORTS: Football, 2 p.m., Ch. 13: The Calgary Stam- peders meet the Edmonton Eskimos in Calgary. (Time tenta- CJOC News 5 minutes lo the hour, Wthr., Sporls on the half hour LISTINGS Hilfld by Ihi radii and ttltviiion ifalionl. warinticH In program tdiidulH U dut ta laifc I. chang.l by Ifationl and il nat ttit Ifr ibllily CounTry Calendar International Zone Kaleidosport ic) News Quiet Invasion Music lo See Reach for ihe Top World of Disney (c) International Inler- Calleglale Music Festival My World and Welcome lo It Ed Sullivan Forsyte Saga (c) TBA Under Attack Don Aflesser {c) fi.oo Green Acres 5 Years m the Life Name of me Game Struggle for China New Majority Songs of Fallh Paul Tlvldar Hour of Decision B.C. at Calniry Sunshine Rob Ingram Evangel .Hour CBC News Sunday Supplement Continental Rhap- MONDAT sodv Jim Elliot Siiow Distinguished News Artists S-.4S Phone Bill Show viiccn.iv Wayne Barry Show TUfcSDAT Christian Sclsnce Galloping .Gaurmet Jim Elliott Show Voice oF Prophecy Gardening News, Weather sunoay Magazlno Bulletin Board Phone Bill Show Rob Ingram Probe 1220 Galloping Gourmet Church Broadcast News, Sports Gardening News Football Farm Paul Tlvldar Ion at Calgary News i-.3Q Holiday MONDAY NIGHT Sports Something 'o Say Probe'1220 Road Report World at 6 Paul Tivldar Market Report SATURDAY NIOHT SporTs News Wayna Barry Daryl Ferguson Action Sel All Might jhuw SUNDAY Rob Ingraft News Something 'o Capital Report CBC Showcase 0 Funn' Say 1 Jack Thys Country Music Matinee Paul Tlvldar ProDt 1223 News (c) Teleproha 7 Movie: TiiB Ceremony MONDAY Pinnochio Mr. Dressup Ed Allen (c) ------Morning Nei News TeleproLe 7 Movie: Castls In the Deserl Wrestling TUESDAY Pinnochio Mr. Dressup Ed Allen Friendly Giant (c) Morning News Chez Helena Our Town News Luncheon Dalt Part I CirfwLv. Party Friendly GlanT lc> Chez Heleni Our Town News Luncheon par; CHEC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour SATURDAY NIGHT The Volca'o' China Dinner Showcase fifteen rninuiei World Tomorrow Back to The Bible to the hour. Music Voice of China SUNDAY CHEC-FM World Tomorrow Music for La la Niters News Fifteen minute) to the hour. p.m. Kelly Moby Dick Carton Party Take Thirty Movie: Happy It Edge of Night (c) the Bride Galloping Gourmet Take 30 n'lberville (c) Edge of Nlqht To Rome With Love Galloping Gourmet MONDAY NIGHT Banana Splits (c) Teleprobi 7 HR. PutnshJf (c) p.m. The Olher MON DAY Breakfast wllh Bruce B-3 Sherman Major Farm Shi SATURDAY I Tom Mitchell SUNDAY Sign On B umer TUESDAY Shawn Breakfast with Bruce Major 6-50 Farm News News, Wthr., Sporti Stock Mkt RBPQTT Woman's World Jean Pauley ________ ____ Commenla News, Sports, Wthr. The Way I Set It The Way I See It Slock Markat Report Woman's World CFCN-TV Lcthbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) SATURDAY NIGHT Bewllched (c) Country Music Fabulous Slxllet Hall (c) News (c) Marcus Welby c Oil Reporl News (c) A Killing of Eagles CFCN (c) Randall HopkirK Oil Reporl Movie: Who Killed Movie: Slranger Miss U.S.A.? on Ihe Run (c) News v News (c) WOHDAY Movie: Thought !or Day Gambit (c) Unlverlsly of Air Today SUNDAY Smart Alec (c) The Honeymoonen News (c) Family Affair (cl It Takes a Thief Barbara McNalr c Pig and Whisllt e A Year of Remembering News (c) News Edgar Wallaci tc) Unlverslly of Iha Air Breakfast Wllh CHEC Morning Melodlei Luncheon .........._....... News, Sporls, Wlhr. Jean Pauley Bruce Thompson Comments Sunday Caroussel Way I Sou It Dinner Showcase Community Insf. Hour Dinner Showcase Gospel Hour Mormon labernacle Choir Back to Iha God Hour World Tomorrow Muiic !or Lale Nllen Sign Off Board Call of the Land News, Sports, Wlhr. Cattle Prices Tourlsl Jean Pauley Comments MONDAY NIGHT Bulletin Board Call of the Land News, Wthr., SporJi cafiie Prices Jean PauTey Tourist Toplca Sporls. Wlhr. Farm News, flockl CHEC-FM News fiFleen mlnutii to the hour. Monday thru Frldiy a.m. Larry Donahut a.m. John David Horn News, Sporls, Wlhr Larry Donahui Farm News, Stacks The Other Dinner Showcase Tom Mitchell Back to (he Bible Shawn Kcllcy TirccnAv TUESDAY Thought for Day Today (c) Oral Roberts The. Best of Berlon Day of Discovery "MiOO Peyton Place Rex Humbard tc) Romper Room Thought (or Day This Week Lucy Show (c) Universily of Air Sporls Roundup Buckshot (c) Parlons Francala ------Report TBA Smart Alec (c) CFL Edmonton Today (c) vs Calgary The Best of Berlon Court Peylon Place People in Romper Room (c) Conflict (c) Lucy Show Ic) Doctor's mary Buckshot Cartoons (c) Movie: Wynne's Pad (c) Flinfstones (c) Pick Van Dyke Sixlh Column Growing Things (c) Slar Trek (c Criss Cross [c) World Tomori ow Question Period c Challenging Sea c Flying Nun Englebert Humperdinck (c) Dream of Jeannle Age of Iha Automobile (c) MONDAY NIGHT Dick Van Dyka Man In tha Dark Magistrate's Court People in Cunfllct Doctor's Diary Cartoons (c) Wynne's Pad (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) SATURDAY NIGHT World of Disney e NBC Nightly Newi Bill Cosby MONDAY NIGHT Bonanza (c) Baseball (c) Mission: Impossible TBA Hawaii Five 0 News c 9-00 Dragnet Tonight Show e Bracken's World vnccnjiv Weslerdn Slar TUESDAY Theatre Salute Agriculture MONDAY Our World Salule Agricullun Today Show c Our World Today In Montana Today Show c Today In Montana Sale ol tha Cqnlury Squares c Jeopardy c Who, What, Green Acres (c) Jean Pierre Aumont (c) Gunsmoke (c) Movie: Free lo Live TBA Name of the Game Game