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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE BUCKET BALL 1 to 4 players, comet complete with 28 balls. Ages 3 and over LONDON BRIDGE IS FALLING I DOWN GAME Ages and up. O77 2 only.................... O DON'T DUMP THE DAISY Ages OOO 6toi2 0% HUMPTY DUMPTY GAME HER PLUNK A game of nerve and skill....... 88 Ages 3 to 10. 8 only...... !77 DONT GO OVERBOARD GAME Try to keep the men on Q 77 the ship. 8 only O SOMBRERO Balancing game for the whole family. 3 only TOY ASSORTED 366t A Cuddly foam filled, completely washable........... A BATTLING TOPS Be a champ in the bout of the century. 3 only WATERWORKS Leaky pipe card game. 5 only PROJECT KGB Spy training game. 3 only WIDE WORLD Air travel game. 4 only........... 177 ULCERS 60 to 90 minutes of fun for players 9 to 90.3 only PARTRIDGE FAMILY GAME Ages 7 to 12. 5 only 67 96 PAINT SETS IT BY NUMBER J w jwo 10x14 subjects, two brushes, 18 colors CONCENTRATION GAME Ages 10 to adult. 3 JEOPARDY GAME Ages 10 to adult. 3 HANDS DOWN The slap happiest game ever. 3 only MEMORY PLAQUE KIT Turns the most treasured papers into beautiful plaques. 5 only too GILBERT POTTERCRAFT For handcrafted ceramics. 5 only BING BONG BOING The bounce a dilly Whatchamagame 1QOO GAME IQ Phil and Tony Esposito, magnetic control, 7 only....... f MODEL ASSORTMENT M Choose from planes, boats, H 44 cars, ships and tanks....... RACING SET Speedway 4 lane. For ages 3 to adult TUFF BOY TRUCK Durable plastic 3 way truck. 4 only 96 14 STUBBY TOW TRUCK Durable plastic. fi 3 only..................... U TONKA SCMMBERS Action powered 44 OFFICIAL HOCKEY STREET BLADES Curved or straight blades SMASH UP DERBY IS33! A All the thrills of a real smash up derby......... TINY TEARS DOLL Her eyes close as you rock her to sleep PLASTIC RIDE'M DOG Sturdy 4 wheels UZYMZYDOLL Turn her upside down, sit tier (100 down and she (alls asleep TALKING RAGEDDY ANDY Says 8 different phrases 3 only too ROCKING HORSE Sturdy plastic construction. 3 only DESK BLACKBOARD Children's combination. Ccmp. stool 3 only LIMITED QUANTITY SPECIALS! Gets an earful Comedian Bob Hope gets an earful from Jackie Gleason at a New York re- hearsal for a concert in Central Park's Sheep Meadow. Portions of the concert, also starring Glen Campbell and Carol Charming, will be taped as part of Hope's first TV special of the season. The comedian is celebrating his 25th anniversary in TV and will tape other segments of the special at various New York locations. Play on kidnapped Pope 077! may get Rome booking RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (AP) The Brooklyn cabbie is tenss. The kidnapped Pope is stashed in the pantry. The rabbi turns frantic and the European audience loves it. It is not every day that a Brazilian playwright absconds with the Pope in New York and ransoms him for "peace" at the United Nations. The Day They Kidnapped the Pope first opened here in 1971. Sources say that if the Vati- can likes the comedy with a message, it may run in a Rome theatre during the up- coming Holy Year festivities. The play opened in Rio, toured Argentina, Mexico and Anka song hits to be re-issued OTTAWA (CP) Early recording hits by Paul Anka, who at the age of 33 is already a 17-year veteran of show business stardom, are going to be re-issued within the next few weeks, the Ottawa-born singer and composer said here. Anka told a news conference that he bought back the rights to his earliest hits in 1960 at a cost of because he knew his voice and style were changing and he wanted to keep the earlier records off the market. However, they became the subject of black market and record bootlegging operations, and so he has leas- ed the rights back to an agent for five years. He said he did not know what recording com- pany would release the oldies, but that he expected they would be on the market this fall. Anka is here for a week's engagement in the opera house of the National Arts Centre, and to record a television special for the CBC which will be sponsored by General Motors of Canada, to introduce their 1975 models. Anka said it was good to be back in to see a clean city building his career in the U.S. Seventeen years ago, when he was 16 and breaking into the popular music business, he had to go to the U.S. to make a career. There weren't the recording studios and show places in Canada in which he could make a living. Now he lives in Los Angeles, works a lot in Las Vegas, and tours the world. "Music is international and a great he said. But he is still a Canadian. "There's been no reason to change. I invest a lot of my money in Canada." Chess victory MOSCOW (AP) Anatoly Karpov won his first game of the world chess challengers final by forcing Viktor Korchnoi to resign at the 27th move. The two players are fighting for the nght to meet world champion Bobby Fischer next year The first player to win five victories wins the match. Kar- pov now has a 1-0 lead. He admitted he was probably bitter about lack of opportunity for him in Canada in the early years, but "I grew out of that." "There's a big change in Canada now. We are retaining our talent, and we are proud of it. Canada is the coming country, with its resources and its size, and it is emerging as a creative country." Anka now works only 20 or 30 weeks a year. That's all he needs to. When he was younger, he had big dreams a lack of common sense." Now that he is older and successful, he is more inclined to be careful. "My goal is only to embellish what I'm doing." His latest hit. You're Hav- ing My Baby, has been criticized by women's libbers, but he said it is a personal song, written for himself and his wife. All of his com- positions are based on his own observations and experience. Hire wire artist to join circus NEW YORK (AP) Happy with his reception in the United States but disconsolate over the loss of a battered but beloved top hat. French aerialist Philippe Petit has left for Paris. The 25-year-old high wire artist said he had left his hat in the taxicab which took him to John F. Kennedy airport for his flight home. Petit, who gained attention in the U.S. last month when he walked a high wire between the two towers of the World Trade Centre, said he plans to return to the U.S. Oct. 10 to join the Ringling Brothers cir- cus. He said he will do a jug- gling act. without use of a balancing pole, on the high wire. He also said he still plans to walk a high wire over Niagara Falls. "This will take almost two years of Petit said Petit, said he wili do the high wire art next at the Cathedral of Notre Dame on Sept. 26. BABY BONUS CONTEST Cash your Family Allowance Cheque and enter! You could win a Gift Certificate! Wool worm COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Public Swimming, Skating, and Museum S01. Sol. Swi. 23 FRITZ SICK POOL: 1 ADULTS ONLY 1200-1-00 pin PUBLIC SWIM SWIM ONLY) SWIM 1-00-5JOOpTP 6 00-9-00 o SWIM 1 00-S-OD P m FAMILY SWIM 00-6 '00 p SWIM (ADULTS ONLY' 12-00- TOO pin HENDERSON ICE SKATING 7 00-9 00 SIR AtEXMTOEfl 1 ll i 00-4 30 fl 00-5 00 p 00-4 30pm TV highlights THURSDAY SPORTS SPECIAL: World Series of Hockey, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. Live from Toronto's Maple Leaf Gardens, Russia vs. Team Canada. MOVIE DRAMA: The Chadwick Family, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Fred MacMurray stars as head of a San Diego clan at crisis. MOVIE COMEDY: Hook, Line and Sinker, p.m., Ch. 11. Jerry Lewis portrays an insurance salesman who thinks he's dying and goes out on a spending spree with credit cards. MOVIE THRILLER: The Diabolical Dr. Z., 12 midnight. Ch. 7. Mabel Karr stars in this horror yarn of a villainous daughter, murders and revenge. FRIDAY MOVIE DRAMA: The Young Lawyers, 1 p.m.. Ch. 7. Jason Evers stars in this tale of a corporation lawyer helping students on their first case. MOVIE DRAMA: The Murder Game, 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Ken Scott stars in this story of blackmail and murder plots. Venezuela for more than a year and a half, and then hit the European boards. By the end of the year it will have played in 35 theatres from Berlin to Antwerp, Paris to Tel Aviv. "And said author Joao Betencourt, "we try for London and New York." SET IN NEW YORK Set in contemporary New York, the play traces the ac- tions of Sam, a Jewish taxi driver from Brooklyn who kid- naps Pope "Albert" and brings him home to his wife Sara. While Sara cooks din- ner, newscasters report that the pontiff wiil not be freed until the world comes up with the ransom of "24 hours of peace." Police instead try to charge the house, but Sam thwarts their efforts with booby traps. Chaos ensues; then the Pope gives Sam and Sara personal gifts and leaves their home. Returning to his papal station the Pope tells the world the story of Sam's humble at- tempt to rescue the world from violence and war. Betencourt is pleased with the success of the play that uses stock New York charac- ters for what is probably Bra- zil's first theatre hit abroad. The 48-year-old playwright studied at the Yale Drama School after he gave up a fledgling career as an agricul- tural engineer on his family's farm. He financed his Yale stud- ies when he wrote a his only the early '50s and won a prize from the Teatro de Estudantes. Now. 13 comedies later. Betencourt defines his style. "There are two kinds of writers: those who believe in the values of life; they write tragedies. And those who be- lieve in surviving: they write comedies." His latest play, a police farce, is currently squeaking by federal censors and start- ing to show in Rio. Working in a country where plays are often closed by the official vigilantes on opening night for reasons ranging from the political to the sex- ual to the unknown. Beten- court is philosophical: "Most of the world's great playwrights wrote under cen- sorship. Even the ancient Greeks had censorship." Betencourl and his charac- ters are masters of the art of surviving. The Day They Kidnapped the Pope has more than sur- has flourished. First presented in 1971 in a small 550-seat Copacabana theatre where it ran a year and a half, the play was translated into German and landed in Zurich's famous international Srhauspielhaus theatre to be- gin its real climb to success. It was reviewed by Zurich newspapers and taxi drivers who were invited to attend performances and voice opin- ions 7 UP RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Tele- vision Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of chinook Beverages Limited or The Leth- bridge Herald. CHEC 1090 Tuesday Thru Friday 6-00-9-00 Wayne Barry 6.50 Farm News 7-40 News. 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