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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD Thursday, September 17, 1970 Disturbed Children Get Hostel OTTAWA (CP) A loaif-to the Children's Founda- tion for the purchase of a dup- lex homo in Richmond, B.C., to bo used as a hostel for emo- tionally disturbed children was announced here by Central Mortgage and Housing Corp. Part of the loan will be used to convert the home into an eight-bed hostel with living quarters for a housemother. Good And Bad For Tina Louise By liOH THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) "I've had good experiences and bac experiences all my life, plenty of both. But this one is going to be convinced of that." Tina Louise, the shapely red- head who has epitomized sex in films (Li'l Abncr) and television (Gilligan's was reflect- ing about her unusual situation: She is expecting her first child, and recently filed for divorce from television personality Les >ane. "Of course it's not she remarked at the Hidden Valley lome where she lives alone. 'There are times when I be- come overwhelmingly lonely. But I've entered a new phase: Club '67 REGULAR DANCE hi, Sept. 18 9-1 a.m. Eagles Hal! 13th St. N. Orchestra "SUNSET 4" Admission 1.50 per person. Please pay at door. MEMBERS AND GUESTS the baby is kicking now. That becomes a reminder that it will all be worth it." Miss Louise has always been a frank and open talker, but she was strangely silent about the I bly would have qualified for n details, of her parting with abortion. She declined to hav Crane. She feels that under the re- laxed California law, she proba- Won't Move Head Office WINNIPEG (CP) The In- vestors Group has decided to keep the head offices of its five mutual funds in Winnipeg for the time being, Investors pres- ident Clair D. Atchison said here. Mr. Atchison said in ah inter- view that any decision to move the head offices of the five funds would be held in abey- ance until the federal govern- ment makes up its mind on the proposals contained in the white >aper on taxation. Investors had been thinking of moving elsewhere since the Manitoba government increased corporation income tax 18 per FOR DAILY INSPIRATION Dial-A-THought 327-4581 cent, effective Jan. 1, 1970. This raised Manitoba's corporate rate to 13 per cent from 11 per cent, compared to 10 per cent in Prince Edward Island and British Columbia, the provinces with the lowest rate. Mr. Atchison said as a result of the white paper, the federal government may introduce new legislation calling for taxes on mutual funds to be paid by shareholders rather than the fund corporations themselves. "If it should materialize, there would be no advantage to moving because shareholders would be paying the ho aid. At the moment, the tentative date for implementing the white >aper tax changes is Jan. 1, 1972. PECULIAR BEAST The pronghorn antelope curs only in North America and has no close relatives., HURRY IN e Is Running Out Your Big Opportunity to Save to 0 PEOPLES CREDIT JEWELLERS MOVING SALE ALBERTA PERMIT NO. 873 will end in o few days af 321A 6th Street South See us soon in the Centre Village -13fh Street N, EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD WITHOUT DELAY We offer for your choice magnificent selections never before offered In such great variety. Here Is a partial list We urge you to see and buy tomorrow. You'll be glad you took our advice. Use your credit. SAVE THE WORLD'S MOST WANTED WATCHES By Bulova, Rblex, Elgin, Omega, Vantage, Bertmar, Timex Your choice of every new style and design. All are unconditionally guaranteed, r >yj OAfl Art Reg. 7.95 to 375.00. NOW SAVE 10KT and 14KT GOLD RINGS tadies' and gents' birthstone rings, signet rings, wed- ding rings. Choice offers designs and styles of singular beauty and rare character. FA 1 CA Art Were 9.95 to 200.00. NOW SAVE 25% TO 50% Cultured Pearl Strands, Precious-look Costume Jew- ellery, pierced and screw back earrings, pins, loops, brooches, bracelets, crosses and chains, rosaries, lockets, safety chains. rn er nn From 1.00 to 75.00. NOW to JO.UU SAVE 25% TO 50% ON GENTS' JEWELLERY Anson tie tacs, cuff links, tie bar and clips NOW 2.95 14.95 SAVE ELECTRIC SHAVERS Choice of Rbnson, Schick, Remington and 1 Philishave. From 13.95 NOW FROM I V.OA SAVE 20% TO 30% ON DINNERWARE Imported English complete dinner sets. Services for 6, 8, 12. Earthenware. Every dinner set, including our famous 126-piece dinner service for 20% irrtp Crflir OFF. Reg. 19.95 to 69.95. NOW I 3. J3.7J From 3.95 to 19.95. SAVE Z5% ON LADIES' AND GENTS' BOUTIQUE Leather goods, dresser sets, gents' fitted cases, binoc- ulars, cigarette cases, Parker Pen Sets, lighten and hair brushes, etc, SAVE 25% TO 50% on Giftware and China. AH odd pieces poffery, glassj tea sets, carafe sets, cups and saucers, liquor dispensers, holloware, wooden giftware, stainless steel serving pieces hundreds of beautiful things. JCA 7C flft Reg. 3.00 to 100.00. NOW I to SAVE 20% Housewares, Electric Appliances, Power Units; electric kettles, irons, heaters, hair dryers; toaster ovens, deep fryers, coffee makers, vacuum cleaners, electric floor polishers. SAVE 25% ON STAINLESS STEEL COOKWARE Cutlery, nationally famous silverplate; steak acts, carving sets; alarm clocks, wall mantel clocks. to 99.95. NOW 3.75 io 75.00 SAVE 20% on all our radios, record players, typewriters, cameras, tape recorders, TVs, photographic equipment, screens, eac. Peoples Credit Jewellers invites you to come in for the most wonderful USE YOUR CREDIT... Jewellery savings ever offered in Lethbridge. Peoples C R E D IT JLjEWELLERS OPEN AN ACCOUNT TODAY! 321A 6th STREET SOUTH Phone 327-1303 Open Daily 9 a.m. to p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. one. "I was told that due to m own physiological condition, might not be able to have ar other baby if I submitted to an she said. "I wasn willing to risk that. I had bee wailing too many years to hav a child of my own." Her single state, Miss Louis believes, will be temporary. "It's not as though I rushet from one marriage to another, she said. "I waited a long tim before I married, and Les and were together for five years. "I believe in marriage, and feel sure that another man wi. come along who will want t r.larry me. Then the baby wi be lucky enough to have tw "I believe in women's libera lion." said the actress. "I'v been liberated most of my life, can s y m p a t h i z e with those women who believe that the. shouldn't be tied down to takinj care of children, that facilitie. should be available to watcl over their children while the; work. "I intend to go on working and I would leave my baby with paid help or in someone else' care. But not overnight" Woman Sails Yacht Through English Channel YARMOUTH, Isle of Wight (AP) A 50-year-old woman sailed a 32-foot yacht through the English Channel for 12 hours with her husband lying dead beside her. Helena Prigmore's ordeal began during a voyage from the Channel Islands to England. Her husband Thomas, 55, col- lapsed at the tiller. Before dying he told his wife how to hold a course for the Isle of Wight off the English south coast. Mrs. Prigmore, mother of four children, fired flares and burned clothing in the hope of rescue. She sighted land before the flames were noticed. Then a fishing boat took her sloop in tow. Mrs. Prigmore was taken to hospital for treatment for shock. Low-Rental Accommodation To Be Built OTTAWA (CP) A 000 loan to United Management Ltd. to build 39 three-bedroom row-houses and 92 two-bedroom walk-up -apartments in Calgsry was announced here by Central Mortgage and Housing Corp, The low-rental apartments and houses will be let {or and a month re- spectively. To qualify for oc- cupancy tennants must earn between and a year. Canadian Folk-Singer Tops PoU LONDON (CP) Joni Mitch- ell, Canadian folk singer who was a loading performer at the recent Isle of Wight pop festi- val, was voted top female singer in a poll published Wednesday by Britain's most popular musical weekly, Melody Maker. Joni, 26 was bora in Saska- toon. Among males, Leonard Cohen, Montreal-born folk singer and poet, was runnerup ;o the American king of folk, Bob Dylan. Neil Young of Toronto was voted 10th in the male solo poll and his group Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young made third >Iace in the group positions. Melody Maker said more than i.OOO youngsters in Britain voted in the poll. Strang Given UN Post UNITED NATIONS (CP) Jauriee F. Strong, highly re- arded head of Canada's inter- lational aid has been ppointed secretary-general of le United Nations conference n human environment in Stock- holm in 1972. Strong, who now is president the Canadian International )evelopment Agency, is ex- Kcted to take up his new post ere Jan .1. The UN announced Wednes- ay that with the rank of UN ndersecretary-general he will assume principal responsibility or environmental affairs with us chief job being to prepare or the Stockholm conference. Until Jan. 1, he will act in a consultative capacity as UN ecretary-General U T h a n t's mncipal adviser on economic affairs. In announcing Strong's ap- ointment, Thant said ha is par- cularly happy that the Cana- will take charge of this important responsibility." CLARINET RENTALS PER MONTH MUSICLAND Car. 3rd Ave. 13th Si. S. Phone 327-1056 5550 Million n Bonds To Be Offered OTTAWA (CP) The govern- ent has decided to issue a tal of million worth of bonds for the three terms of- fered on financial markets this week. On the basis of market re- sponse, maturities will be allot- ted1 as million worth of 6- %-per-cent bonds due April 1, 1972; million at 6% per cent due July 1, 1973, and million at Tk per cent due Dec. 15, 1975. Date of issue will be Oct. 1, when million worth of out- standing bond debts are due for repayment. The original offering of the million and million, new bonds indicated final allot- ments would total between million and million depending on market response. The Bank of Canada was pledged to take a minimum million of the total borrowing in open-maturity bonds. With' the maturities allotted in ihe new issue total of Canada aonds due for refunding April 1, 1972, will be million, those due July 1, 1973, will total million and on Dec. 15, 19V5, 5450 million will mature. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES JACKPOT 58 NUMBERS Lethbridge Elks Lodge Room (Upstairs) EVERY THURSDAY --8 P.M. PAOLA'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT Cor. 6th Ave. and 13th St. N. Phone 328-4395 Under New Management "SPECIALIZING IN ITALIAN FOOD AND A FEW CANADIAN DISHES" EAT IN OR TAKE OUT if (Free Delivery On Orders Over OPEN 11 A.M. TO 3 A.M.-FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 11 A.M. TO MIDNIGHT-DAILY We are pleased to announce the appointment of ANNA (formerly of Anna's Restaurant) as CHEF 1TV HIGHLIGHTS; THURSDAY MOVIE: Johnny Concho, 6 p.m., Ch. 7: A I95G western about the brother of a ruthless gunfighter who tries to hide his cowardice. Stars Frank Sinatra. MOVIE: The' Brotherhood of the Bell, G p.m., 8: Glenn Ford stars as a professor who cannot buck the insidious power of a secret society he joined in college. DEBUT: The Interns, 8 p.m., Ch. 7: Opener of a new medical series, with Broderick Crawford as the interns' supervisor. Tonight: cases of attempted suicide, cancer and an injured foot. RETURN: Dean Martin, p.m., Ch. 13: Dino opens his sixth season with guests Orson Welles, Petula Clark, Joey Bishop, Kay Medford and singer Laurie Ichino. DEBUT: Here Come the 70s, p.m., Ch. 13: Com- munications The Wired World is life first show in a Canadian-made series about what can be expected in the coming decade. DKAMA: Mannix, 10 p.m., Ch. 13: The fourth-season opener features Darren McGavin as a psychotic killer bent on senseless revenge. MOVIE: Manealer of Hydra, p.m., Ch. 7: Cam- eron Mitchell stars in a 1966 Spanish-West German horror story. FRIDAY INTERVIEW: Titanic Survivors, 3 p.m., Ch. 7: Take 30 profiles two survivors of the 1912 sea disaster. LISTINGS rogrnmi by radio and telivltion italioni. variatlcM program tchedulH ft to loll- cfiaitgM by tht ttotioni and ft itol L ipomibilily tf Till tr Btttway TeWmoii. CJOC News Five Minutes To The Hour Wfhr., Sports on the Half Hour THURSDAY NIGHT World at 6 Paul Tivldar Marker Report News Rob Ingram Chamber Music Winnipeg Orchestra Community Terry Lurnsden Bulletin FRIDAY Probe Music Farm News, Weather News, Sports Phone Bill show Jack Thys Galloping Gourmet Bulletin Board Gardening Matinea CHEC 4 News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour THURSDAY NIGHT Malar News The Way I See It StocK Marttet Dinner Showcase- Report Farm and Woman's World Ranch Review Jean Pauley BacK to the Bible Comments Voice of China Farm Show CHEC FM Monday Thru Friday News Fifteen Minutes to The Hour a.m. Lary Donahui 8M5 Musical Interlude News, Sports, Wthr. p.m. World Tomorrow Music CHEC-FM FRIDAY Breakfast with Bruce Major Newi Farm Show Cattle Prices Tempo Jean Pauley Comments stk. Mkt. Report Sports Major Newj Weathe Total Information The Way I See It John David Horn p.m.-l p.m. Larry Donahus The Other Sldt p.m. Tom Mitchell a.m. Shawn Kelley if CBR Radio 1010 Calgary News on the hour THURSDAY NIGHT Five Nights A Galloping Gourmel BBC News Week Gerrusll Weather Theatre Nevis Canadian Roundup Chamber Music Consumers Tempo CBC Winnipeg Orch Malinee _. Mr. Flxlt Radio Noon Four for Forty Eye Opener Enlre Nous News World at Eight Morning Concert Elements c? Life Music Past Tempo Midnight World at Six FRIDAY The Happy Tlmi Between Ourselves Matins- Afternoon Concert FUflht Log SAVINGS ARE GREAT AT BESTWAY'S FALL CLEAR-OUT SALE FEATURING GREAT BUYS UKE THESE: 5-Piece Kitchen Suite... 49.95 Single Dresser........ 39.95 CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED Open Til! 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday nights! TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES 4th Ave. 5th St. S. Phong 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) THURSDAY NIGHT My Three Sons 7 Movie: Johnny Co The Inren Bonanza Gunsmoka {c) CBC News 7 (c) Movie: Maneater of Hydra (c) FRIDAY Plnnochto Mr. Dressup Ed Allen >c) Morning News Friendly Gianl Chez Helena Our Town News Children's Hour Movie: Dragon-Sky Take Thirty Edge of Night (c) Galloping Gourmet World of Man (c> Hillbillies Teleprobe 7 CFCN-TV lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4} THURSDAY NIGHT Movie: Black In Conversation Wynne's Pad (c) of Fa'wortrt PIerra Berton (Cj Fllntstones (c) j'fj unXsIfy of Air Beat the Clock (c) Dick Van Dyke FRIDAY Musical interludt Lucy show (c) News (c) Thought for Day _ Family Affair Unfversit yof Air Basnet (Cj Medical (c) Wynne's Pad Dean Marfln !c) Uncle Bobby Here Come the Smart Aleac Seventies (c> Science Shed Mannix (c) Parlons Francalt News c Wild Whir) of News (c) Fashion Movie: Tha Third Voice Magistrate's Courf Another World {c) Trouble With Tracy Cartoons (c) Wynne's Pad (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9} THURSDAY NIGHT Salute Agriculture World Turns S Today Show c Days of Our Lives TBA I" Montana The Doctors Movie: The Sale of Century c Another World c Brotherhood of Hollywood Squares Edge of Night c Bell Jeopardy c Corner Pyle c Dean Martin (c> Who, What, Where Mike Douglas c News Game Hillbillies Tonight Show c News c Cronkilc News c FRIDAY Another NBC Nightly News Our World Somerset c Family Affair KFBB-TV Great THURSDAY NIGHT News Mod Squad That Girl Bewitched c Don Rickles Jim Nabors TV-5 Hews Lawrence Welk Dick Cavetl FRIDAY News Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) Capf. Kangaroo c Secret Storm c Dinah's Place (c) Ono Llvo to Life Concentration Jack JaLatino Audrey Best of Everything A World Apart c All My Children Let's Make a Deal Newlywed Oama Dating LInklellcr Love is a Many Splcndored Thing General Hospital Dark Shadows That Girl Galloping Gourmef Bewitched News ;