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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednosdny, September 32, 1971 STORE- SWING If you've been waiting till the price was right Wait no longer our entire stock of quality furniture, carpets and appliances are all reduced in price to make this Harvest Sale our biggest and best ever! Hurry in while stocks are complete! Feafurin KROEHLER PRODUCTS f 1. Kroehler Modern End Table wilh shelf Reg. 99.00 HARVEST SAtE, HAIF PRICE 49 ,50 2. Kroehler Modern Hexagon Commode wilh doors Reg. 99.00. HARVEST SALE, HALF PRICE 3. Kroehler Modern 50" Cocktail Table Reg. 125.00. HARVEST SALE, HALF PRICE 4. Kroehler Platform Rocker The ever popular plalform rocker in a large seleclion of materials. Harvesl Sale Price 49 .50 .50 59 ,00 5. Kroehler High Back Swivel Rocker A beauliful decorator high back swivel rocker in a good seelcHon of fabrics. gfl A A (10 Reg. 159.00. JUiWW HARVEST SAtE PRICE 129 6. Kroehler Chesterfield Suite A modern 1 piece chesterfield suite wilh loose cushion back comfort Styled for the modern to-day home. A good choice of QQ fabrics. Reg. 495.00. -JUI-I'WW HARVEST SALE PRICE 299 7. Kroehler Colonial Suite The largest Kroehler Colonial suite. High back com- fort, arm cushions, soft scaling. Fabric Grouping No. 1 Reg. 695.00. HARVEST SALE SPECIAL Fabric Grouping No. 2 Reg. 749.00. HARVEST SALE SPECIAL 8. Kroehler Bedroom Group Mediterranean by Krohler. A 5-piece bedroom suite in the finest oak wood Finish. Featuring a large triple dresser wilh heavy framed mirror, a head hoard lo fit either regular or Queen size bed, a large chiffonier and two matching night tables. QQ Reg. 949.00. HARVEST SALE PRICE CHARGEX Convenient Budget Tenm Available! Open Till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday Nights! 326 Slh STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-8578 Sentimental Met choice NEW YORK (Al'i Dim Carlo opened Ihc Mclropolilim Opera season Ihis w e c It, the sentimental choice of retiring Met general n'anagcr Sir Rudolf Bing. Sir Rudolf started his first season at the Met with Don Carlo in 1950, and it was a tre- mendous success. Now he lias started his last season at the Met with it and it is still splon- did. It's a grand opera Tor an ele- gant opening night, a sumptuous feast of Verdi sound ant! sight. The production was new in 1950 and still looks good, much hct- ler than some of the ones that have come along since. Sir Rudolf stepped before the curtain to make an announce- ment and was greeted with a standing ovation by the audi- ence. Three singers from the 1350 opening sang the same parts Merrill, Ces- are Siepi and Lucine Amara. MERRILL SINGS WELL Merrill sang so well as Rodri- such power, presence and beauty of it was almost impossible to believe that he was singing 21 years ago. Siepi, as King Philip, had a lot of tremulo, which made him sound appropriately elderly. Miss Amara made her Met debut in 1950 as the offstage ce- lestial voice, and she sang that again, for old time's sake, through she has gone on to lead- ing roles in the house. Elizabelh was sung by Mari- lini Arroyo, who has a lovely Verdi voice, rich and many-col- ored. She also had the soprano lead in last season's opening night, in Verdi's Ernani, mak- ing her only the seventh prima rionna in Met history to have successive opening nights. SOUNDS FINE Placido Domingo sounded fine ill Uie title role. He lias a robust tenor voice, good for its often- blending with Merrill's full bari- tone. Grace Bumbry excelled as Princess Eboli. Francesco Molinari Praelelli conducted. Rolf Gerard de- signed sets and costumes. Winnipeg newspaper won't fold WINNIPEG Trib- une is in a sound economic posi- tion and there is "not Ihc slight- est possibility" that it fold, publisher A. R. Williams said today. "Except tor the fact that both are second newspapers, there is no valid comparison between Ihe situation facing the Toronto Telegram and The Mr. Williams said in a state- ment. He was commenting on a pre- diction by Eric Wells, Winnipeg free-lance journalist and former Tribune editor, that the news- paper would succumb to the same kind of economic pres- sures that have led to the an- nouncement that The Telegram soon will cease publication. Mr. Wells added it is possible Tho Tribune might merge with its larger nflernoon rival, The Free Press. "The fact is, Mr. Wells doesn't know what he is talking said Mr. Williams. "Ours is a viable operation. We are not in any financial trouble. Our profitability is nothing like lhat of the largest newspapers, but under Ihe cir- cumstances it is satisfactory. Nclwork hires political loam WASHINGTON (AP) For Ihe first lime during an election year, the United States public broadcasting network of about 200 s'alions will have its own political commentators: Sander Vanocur and Robert MacNcil. The National Public Affairs Cenlre for Television, itself formed only in August, an- nounced Ihc hiring of Vanocur ami MacNcil. Vanocur spent years wilh Ihc Nalional Broadcasting Co. MacNril worked wilh Vanocur seven years al NBC before quil- ling four years ago to work for Ihc BBC. The Vanocur-MacNeil learn will begin its programs nsxt .iHmuiry, probably in ;i half-hour format during prime time. SPICY SMOK1CS HANZHIAR (lleuler) _ zibaris will .soon Iw .smoking their own locally-made sriicc- flavorcd cigarettes, thanks to a Chinese-built loliacco factory now nraring completion here. The new cigarclles will have a dislinflive aroma cloves are to be mixed wilh Ihc lobacco. The audience included Maria CRllns, Mayor and Airs. John V. Lindsay and Goeran Gent c I c, the next Met general manager. Some in the audience were dressed clefc'anlly; some, per- haps fearing rain after a dismal clay, were nol. NoihiiiR kooky or startling, as in some years, was seen. nTV HIGHUQHTS; WEDNESDAY SPOILT: Pro Football, 5 p.m.. Cli. IX 'flic Calgary Slam- pcders meet the Aloueltes in Montreal. SPOILT: Baseball. 5 p.m.. Cli. 7. The Philadelphia Phil- lies meet the Expos at Montreal. MOVIE p.m., Cli. I .'I: Events preceding an Indian attack on a military fort in the 1870s. MOVIE WESTERN; "Flaming 8 p.m., Cli. 7. An Indian mother and her half-breed son become the target of race hatred. Stars Elvis Presley. CRIME DRAMA: Gideon's Way, p.m., Cli. 13. A girl reports a murder attempt in the London subway. MOVIE DRAMA: "Tccn-Agc p.m., Cli. 7. An oldie featuring Ginger Rogers who, as Nancy Fallon, tries to win back the love of her daughter. THURSDAY MOVIF. DRAMA: "Sun of a 1 p.m., Cli. 7. A young man, while searching for father whom he has never seen, accidentally kills an old lady. MOVIE DRAMA: "Something For a Lonely 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A frontier tale about a young blacksmith and his efforts to help the townspeople who followed him west. Stars Dan Blocker. Trimbles Programi qra listed by the "radio leleviiion Any variation In It changvt by Ihe Gallons nnd li nor the 'responsibility ef (he Herald or Trimbles Tire Supply. WEDNESDAY NIGHT John Oliver Show Counlry Cigesi Voice of China The Living Word Ron Legge Show Barry Hegland Don McMasler CHEC THURSDAY Jgan Paulcy Richard Gordon IQ.-Ji Dob Heskclh Country Dig.s1 Total Inlormatlon Major News, Sporl Sporls John Oliver Checlinc Leo Dow Bin Mike Murry John Cnarlcs CJOC WEDNESDAY NIGHT a.m. Probe 1220 Ander Probe 1220 son Show NDWS, Wlhr, Sporl THURSDAY News and Grain Wnrld at Six Jim Elliol Prices Request Action CBC News Jack Thys Line News, W'hr, Sporl Matinee Rnh Incjram Shnw Phone Bill bhuw Rob Inyram John Walker Show Wayne Barry World at aix CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour Boh Cencie Don Hedman Maior Sporls a.m. Don McMaster MON. THRU SAT. Don McMasler Major Sporls MDjor AAlke Murry CBR Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT Age ot Elcg, Men of Brass Music Pasl Documenl MidnigJil Rule and Revolution TUMDCI-IAV Concern THURSDAY Ideas Network Eye Opener Nalional News Nev.s Prom Ihe Capitals B'QQ World al 8 Five Nighls a Ccmn-.pnlnry Thealre News, Wlhr. Morning Show Morning Concert Matinee Radio Noon Holiday Malinee AHernoon Cancel GBC News News Trimbles Tire 327-2007 314 11th St. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL OVER MILES? FOR SAFETY'S SAKE DRIVE IN FOR A 29 .95 GUARANTIED TS months nt miles Bclinc and ins I all bonded linike linings Check wheel cylinders Chock niasler cylinder, bnike hose, front bearings nnd scalp Hi'iinck fron I wheel bcarinca LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) NIGHT WEDNESDAY Drop In Expo Baseball Vnralien Canada B.OO Movie: Fhiminq Sar (c) 10.00 Gillian's Island 10.30 Truth or Consequences tc) News (c) Toll-probe 7 Movio: Teenage Rebel Sesame S THUKSDAr 12-cQ i_nc Drew Somelhlng lo IhinK Wovic: About ol a NfWS 5 Our K-.1Q F.Trm and City Lee Drew (c) 9-00 Romnur Rouin Ripcorrt Mr. Drcssup Friendly Giiinl CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NlGnl Universily of Air 55 North Mnple CFL Calgary ol 7-00 Yoga ]J-M Rrwilrhcd Monlreal House ot Friglilcn- Movie: Chuka (c) slcin fc) O Beat NIC Clock Gideon's Way Snorisbcal 1 00 1C) News Pendulum D.i v if) l-ic-l I thouqhl Im News Uni-ln Bobby (c) Movie: Somelhinn. Pronrarji Hi LKjiils Inr a Man Fashions in Mnn Fm pica is Anolhcr World (cl Lrcl Allen d.) 3 JO Anything 10-00 In Convcrsfltion JJ'111 All About I Picfrn (Icr Ion i HO I linl'.lunr-. d) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIGHT News k) News 7110 D A. 6-.00 Mcclicnl WUinnix (c) Carol Durnr-ll Ncwb Tonitjlil Snow THURSDAY Our World Sflldtc Agrlciillnrt rodnv Show d.} Mows Today in Montana The Doctors (c) Cfincenlralion let Antilhcr World (c) 0.00 Snlc of Ccnlury Tdqe ol Niqhl R'.Hl StUMrcs I Gainer Pyln (c) 9-no Jpop-irdy (c) Mc-rv Grilfin Wiio, Whnl, Wlicic HiLLbilllDS (c) Gnmc (c) Alldir News NUC Nightly NCW5 A Nows As Ihc World lurn'. News KFBB-TV Grca) Falls Channel 5 (C.iblcvisinn Ch. II) WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY h MI Ncwr, I her News 5..10 Room 377 (t) Ocwilclicd IT tune's r. ._ Smilli Pflmlly 7; Jfl Shirley'', V The Interns (c) Dick G-woll THURSDAY .VJ.S r-iirm Nrws (t.) 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