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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Salurdoy, September 19, 1970 Success Of Conference Pleases Alberta Chief EDMONTON (CP) Pre- mier Harry E. Strom of Alber- ta said Friday (he fedcral-pro- v i n c i a 1 constitutional confer- ence was an "unqualified suc- ccs" and the prospect for sig- nificant change is better now than it has been at any lime since the review was launched in 1968. The premier said before fly- Ing to Japan "we have largely abandoned the federal govern- ment's impractical approach to RIPIEY OPTICAL DISPENSING OPTICIAN "Where service means servinq people" 618 3rd Ave. S. PHONE 328.7626 reform in favor of a partial ap proacli which promises to I more productive." He said lie was pleased Pr mier W. A. C. Bennett raisci the possibility of dcccntralizin operations of (lie Bank of Cai ada by having its board of d rectors appointed on a rcgiona basis, adding that Albert made a similar proposal 19G9. Premier Strom said tlic fac that all provinces agreed to co- operate with implementation o a bill to control product mar keting is a "remarkabl achievement and one that wil ultimately mean signilican cash benefits to both producer and consumers." Mr. Strom is to open a tradi office in Tokyo. Enjoy one of the world's most creative hobbies! REGISTER FOR 10-WEEK "INTRODUCTION TO CERAMICS" THE MAYCO WAY For details contact Helen Wilson (Wilimaid) at 952 12th Street South or Phone 328-4734 PAOLA'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT Cor. 6th Ave. and St. N. Phone 328-4395 Under New Management "SPECIALIZING IN ITALIAN FOOD AND A FEW CANADIAN DISHES" if EAT IN OR TAKE OUT if (Free Delivery On Orders Over OPEN II A.M. TO 3 A.M.-FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 11 A.M. TO MIDNIGHT-DAILY Ws are pleased to announco tho appointment of ANNA (formerly of Anna's Restaurant) as CHEF TV IGHLIGHTS SATURDAY RETURN: Glen Campbell, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: Campbell opens his third season with guests Brian Keith, 5th Dimension, Ruth Buzz! and Norm Crosby. MOVIE: P.J., 7 p.m., Cli. 9: A seedy private eye is in- volved with murder, a mysterious tycoon, his greedy family and his most attractive mistress. With George Peppard and Gaylo Hunnicutt. VAKIETY: IIcc-Haiv, 1 p.m., CJi. 11: The second season of the country-comedy show features guests 'Roy Rogers, Dale Evans and Bobby Bare. MOVIE: Seven Days In May, 8 p.m., Cli. 7: The U.S. military tries a coup of the presidency. Stars Burt Lancaster and Kirk Douglas. MOVIE: The Ipcrcss File, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: A highly-rated 19G5 movie about a secret agent whose only clue to a kid- napping and assassination is a small strip of tape bearing one Stars Michael Caine. VARIETY: Once More With Fclbc, p.m. Ch. 7: Guest is the internationally acclaimed Canadian poet-folk- singer-composer Leonard Cohen. MOVIE: The Pumpkin Eater, p.m., Ch. 13: The portrait of a woman's nervous breakdown. Stars Anne Ban- croft. SUNDAY SPORTS: Football, 11 a.m., Cli. 7: The Detroit Lions and the Green Bay Packers open their seasons. SPORTS: Football, p.m., Ch. 13: The Edmonton Eskimos meet the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. SPECIAL: Words and Music, 2 p.m., Ch. 9: Peter Ustinov, In a performance of pieces for spoken voice and orchestra, discusses subjects ranging from his upper lip to Beethoven vs. Brahms. DEBUT: Rainbow Counlry, 7 p.m., Ch. 7: A Canadian- made series about the escapades of a 13-year-old boy in the north. Stars Gordon Pinsent, Lois Maxwell and Wally Koster. LOYAL ORDER OF THE MOOSE SOCIAL and DANCE MOOSE HALL Saturday, Sept. 19th 9 p.m. Music by "The Vagabonds" FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS These are just a few of the great artists who have appeared during the past 13 seasons of Overture Concerts in Lethbridge: Byron Janis Maureen Forrester Isaac Stern Lois Marshall Now for 1970-71 Nieanor Zabaleta George London Leonard Pennario Ruggerio Ricci John Ogden Stecher and Horowitz Yi Kwi SZB Karine Georgian Norman Luboff Choir William Warfield LETHBRIDGE OVERTURE CONCERTS PROUDLY PRESENTS FOUR MORE MEMORABLE EVENTS Ail in the comfort of The YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Thursday, Oct. 15, 1970 Friday, Nov. 13, 1970 IOWA STRING QUARTET The Superb Iowa String Quartet London] Romel Madridl Lethbridgcl Saturday, Jan. 16, 1971 THE CANADIAN OPERA COMPANY 'Orpheus in the Underworld' (With full Orchestra-in English) Thursday, Feb. 25, 1971 BECKETT and McDONALD Duo-pianisls Canada's new louring ambassadors of )ha piano Campaign for Memberships Oct. 5-10 Headquarters n! )ho Votes Memorial Ccnlre. A special direct line to 'Overture Concerts' will be installed for tho week of the membership drive, MEANTIME: Send in your advance subscription by mail. BOX OFFICE: Phone 328-8612 or Phono 327-4415 alter S p.m. Thcra is only a limited sealing canacily at THE YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Remember how full it was for THE NORMAN IUBOFF CHOIRI MEMBERSHIP DUES ono fen only Soprano, Metropolitan Opera and Vienna Opera One of her two Western Canadian Concerts this season. Applicalion form: To Ihe Secretary, MISS JEAN RINGIAND, 2C Spruce Towers, 820 15th St. S., Lelhbridga. Name......................... Address No, of memberships Bill Mo Cheque attached RETURN: Untamed World 7 p.m., Ch. 13: The series' third season begins with a look at how animals communi- cate, from bats' sonar system to the scout ant's message- sending system. DEBUT: Mall Lincoln, p.m., Ch. 13: Opener of Vince Edwards' new show, this lime focusing on psychiatry, fea- tures Emmy-winner Patty Duko as n distraught unwed mother. VARIETY: Eil Sullivan, S p.m., Cli. 7: Eo" begins Ms 23rd season with the first American Guild of Variety Artists awards presentation. SPECIAL: Pinlcr People 9 p.m. Ch. 13: An essay on the British playwright, includes interviews with him and ani- mated versions of his early plays. SPECIAL: A Face of War, 10 p.m., Ch. 7: A slark por- trait of an American combat unit in South Vietnam. RETURN: Marcus Wdliy, lo p.m., Cli. 13: The Emmy- winning series opens its second season with a dramatic sub- ject: the problems of a young girl who contracts venereal disease. Wilh Lee Purcell. MOVIE: The Scarlet Empress, Midnight, Ch. 7: A 1934 drama about a princess who is forced to marry a man she (Joes not love. Stars Marlene Dietrich'. MONDAY MOVIE: Bitter Springs, 1 p.m., Cli. 7: An Australian family comes into conflict with a tribe of aborigines. With Chips Rafferty. MOVIE: 1 p.m., Ch. 13: Judy HolKday and Jack Lemmon star in a 1954 comedy about a fighting couple who come to a "civilized understanding." Locli Ness Monster Is Target o For Sex Stimulants, Searchers BELMONT, Mass. (AP) 'our Americans have come up fith a scheme to coax Scot- and's legendary Loch Nsss monster out of hiding with strobe lights, sonar devices and sex stimulsmts. "We're going to use attrac- said Robert Rines, one of the four, in a telephone inter- view prior to his departure for Scotland1 Thursday night. "We're going after all the known senses the creature may smell, taste, sound." Rines, a lawyer and lecturer In patent law at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, said his four-man group, all members of tfe Academy of Applied Sci- ences, be joining several terms from various universities that already have begun search- ing the 20-milc-long lake in northern Scotland. Rines is president of the acad- emy which he says is made up of "interdisciplinaiy persons from non-scientific backgrounds working on non- technical aspects of a scientific problem. The academy's head- quarters are in Behnont. HISTORICAL CAPITAL Hartford has been the capital of Connecticut since 1639. Try Before You Buyl UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION 55! MAICQ SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE 618 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-5447 FABULOUS TONY WHITE TRIO COLUMBIA RECORDING ARTISTS Playing At The YORK HOTEL One Week September 21 Thru 26 LETHBRIDGE RAGE MEET 9 BEG RACING DAYS Friday, Sept. 18th through 'Monday, Sept. 28th LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION TRACK p.m. EACH DAY Pari-Mutuel Betting LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 51 Game No. 1 and Game No. 10 50 11 Games Prize Money....... 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card All Wood Cards 5Qg Each Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club room for members and their invited guests Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities CURSED THE DARKNESS IIA JIT'S-LOCATION, N.II. (AP) Ninety-one years after Thomas Alva Edison invented tlio clcciric light bulb, electric- ity has come to tliis tiny White Mountain hamlet, the last New Hampshire community to bo electrified. PIRATE DISASTER About inliBhiffinfs ot Port Hoyal, tlie brawling Baby- lon of the New World in Uio days of the Caribbean pirates, perished when an earthquake and tidal wave engulfed the buccaneer stronghold in 1G92. br ndli .nd lilivmon ilolioni. h pntt.ii itk.dul- li dm lo nlnuu by fht nolloni and If HtinTd Bfilway Tal.viiinn. CJOC News 5 minutes to the hour, Wfhr., Sports on the half hour SATURDAY NIGHT Church Broadcast MONDAY Sporls News Jim Elliot' Show News Paul Tlvldar News Riirru A-tn HnlUai. Phnnn mil Wayno Barry Holiday Phone Bill Show Daryl Ferguson Something ID Say Wayne Barry Show Action Set Capilnl Report Galloping Gourmet All Nlqhl snow CBC Showcase Gardening SUNDAY Funny You Should Bulletin Board owcase SUNDAY Funny You Shoul Rob Ingrarfi Say That News Songs ol Faith Christian Science Hour ot Decision Voice of Prophecy Sunshine Sunday Magazine Evangel Hour Probe 1220 Rcb Ingram Sunday supplement Roacj Report CHEC News on the Hour Wthr., Sporls on the Half Hour Probe 1220 News, Sports Jack Thys Show Bulletin Board Probe 1220 SATURDAY NIGHT Dinner Showcase Back lo fta Bible People's Gospel Voice of China LDS Choir World Tomorrow Music CHEC-FM CHEC-FM News fifteen minutes lo Ihe hour. SATURDAY 4-B Luncheon Mid-Day Report Sunday Carousscl Dinner Showcase 6'4S Duchess Mennonlte Farm Show Dinner Showcase Total The Way See It Back to the God Hour World Tomorrow Music Sian Off ___ .._. News fifteen minutes Community to the hour. Bulletin Board 'P SUNDAY Call of the Land 8-3 Sherman noon The Major News SUNDAY Side 12M5 Sporls Sign On and News p.m. Shawn Weather Breakfast KeJjy Can'e Prices CHEC Tempo Morning Melodlei The Olher Sldg MONDAY Breakfast wllh Bruce Major News Slock MarkeJ Report Woman's World Jean Pauley Commenls Way I See It Jean Pauley Stock Market Report Major Newi SATURDAY NIGHT Indian AAagazlnv VChal's New Metronoma Pratley at Movies The Misunderslan- Ing Anthology Old Time Fiddlers' Contest Music Past Mid- night SUNDAY Morning Concert Children's Stories Voice of the Pioneer Prairie Gardener Sunday Magazine Sunday Supplement Van Chamber CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Orchestra Capilal Report Your Two Bucks Worth Celebrallons World el Eight Alberta News Commentary Morning Concert Galloping Gourmet ____________ Jloping Weekend Sound ot Germs'] Sporls Part 1 Nathan Cohen Summer News Switchboard Consumers Sunday and Friends Matinee National NE Weekend Sound Concybcara and Company Continental Rhapsody Beethoven 1970 Jazz, I ho Vintage Years Don Sims Show MONDAY Eva Oocncr Cdn. Short Slorlei John Fisher Casting about with Radio'Noon Four and Kerry Entre Nous Matinee Personality Afternoon Concert Acluaiily BBC Newi Weather Don't Miss Our Greatest Ever... FALL CLEAROUT SALE Now In full swing offering great savings like theso Coffee Table and End Tables Each 9.95 5-Piece Kitchen Suites......49.95 19-Inch RCA Portable TV.... Open till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday nights! TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES Cor. 4th Ave.-SUi Sf. S. Phone 328-2328 CONVENIENT TERMS EASUY ARRANGED CJIH-TV Channel 7 (Cafalevijjon Ch. 6) Football Detroit Movie: Scarlet at Green Bay Empress Sports Week The Brides Quebec Derby MONDAY Movie: Seven Days Movie: Son of Plnnochio SATURDAY NIGHT Bugs Bunny (c) Daklari In May Once Mora Wilh Felix (c) News Teleprobe 7 Movie: Flight from Ashiya SUNDAY Whiplash Crossroads Cathedral of Tomorrow Faith for Today {ct Alberta Physical Fitness All Baba Mr. Dressup Valley or Ihe Swan Ed Allen (c) The Group Lillle People Country Calendar Friendly Giant (c) Reach for itie Top Chez He'ene World Pf Disney (c) Our Town Adventures In News Rainbow Counlry Lee Drew Bill Cosby Show (c) Ed SuHJvan Forsyte Saga Face lha War News Telcprobfl 7 Children's Hour Movie: Biller Springs Take Thlrly Edge of Nrqhf fc) Galloping Gourmet D'lbcrvjllc (c) Travel Jamaica Hillbillies CFCN-TV Lerhbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) SATURDAY NIGHT CFL Edmonton Unlverslly of Air HoneymoonefS at Winnipeg (c) Wynne's Pad News (c) Pentecosf Presents Uncle Bobby Oil Report World Tomorrow Smart Alec Glen Campbell fc) Safely Roundup Lels Pretend Randall i Hopklrfc Ones I Ion Period c Parlons Francall Movie: The Ipcress Criss Cross Wild Whirl o( File Englebert Fashion News Humperdinck (c) This Week News