Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRIDGE August 10, OPEN >ALt, Al ft of now vat.! 'wfiafc this house has W Sim fyout famty M the price J Yournott. RON MQODIE 327-mr a fantl i? three I and craf's IILO I-12th LDALE, six montln old, i (o bedrootnew in basement I AN ACRE acres of good gently land in Wrentham, hours drive from There are two fine is on a V4 section be purchased y. Sufficient grain bine BBC. 745-Z6. BILLLAZARUK 328-7402 OPPORTUNITY i to get into business elf at a reasonable Well established, f located in Lethbridge accounts necessary. [laces up to gross nue annually Trained help. 621. For further on call BILLLAZARUK ENUE PROPERTY i'bedroom home close in utfr side location. This home "basement suite. Large lot. Phone STU 234-2128 Collect RIVERSIDE property of sheer beauty 'with choice of one or two Lots of potential. 702-Z6. For further Fnformation phone STU 234-2128 Collect A MUST SALE This three bedroom bungalow a pleasure to show. Well developed down, plus a large 1 lot on a quiet crescent. B.B.C. PJwjne J. B. STOKKE 328-8566 NEWER NORTH 7 WCATION Jpmy guest on this nearly 1300 i of living area. Formal dlnirs room and close to St shopping, etc. B.B.C. IJPhone J.B. STOKKE 328-8566 FORAHOUSE? calf and I will spend vyou trying to fit your (i'to: your budget, NO just straight goods FAN FINNIQAN 345-3362 LOT -'Royal overlooking the Could be buirt buy, see this best one In Park 877 Call I FINNIC AN Bedroom l two bedroom Attached 1C 716 USHAU j this tto'n >Aft WAY IRY CLARKE 1345-3092 P-r CQALBALE Older two bedroom ideal for young coupto. will qualify tor a subsidy mortgage. and close to B.B.C. 741. Call GARRY CLARKE 34MM2 LAND -INVESTMENT Leasee has two years toft but pays' a good cash rent Good level Irrigated land. Suitable for any type of operation. Has natural gas power and telephone. B.B.C. 689. HOY BARNABY 327-MM i UUBELOT 6000 AflEA 'tot is 87 X--13S, In very good area behind chopping malt. Two bedroom suite in basement. Oarage. B.B.C. 672. NOY BARNABY 327-6483 MARLENE ONLY Very well kept home In quiet area close to amenities. This will tie a real bargain for some lucky- buyer. Also garage is in this low price. There is a large tot to grow a good garden on It If you- so wish. B.B.C 706-Z1. To view call ARTJOHNSON 3X7-2737 UNDER -Three bedroom house with basement located in area dose to amenities. 70B-Z1. Can now ACT JOHNSON 127-2737 MONARCH MoMe home In new condition, i 3Vi yMrs oM Includes 100 X115 serviced, partly Fir and maple largs garden, colonial and .curtains, partly M4 Weny extras. B.B.C. CMMMdiate possession. I 234-4082 OAREStfOLM on extra large lot main street fxcellent for I or machinery. Priced for sale Owner retiring. r.C. 87Z-ZB. Can HILJW-234-W2 e to town limits, perry has a good I for subdividing plus H Umber Let's CaH I-S27-3440 LISTED and krn into "SUCCESS THRU SERVICE" r-mv TV highlights SATURDAY SPORTS: Baseball, p.m., Ch. 9. The Baltimore Orioles meet the Twins at Bloominton Minn. Live. SPORTS: Canadian National Tennis Championships, 1 p.m., Ch. 7. Highlights of the Men's and Women's singles finals in the Canadian National Tennis Championships. 2 hrs. SPORTS: Wide World of Sports, p.m., Ch. 11. The Firecracker 400 taped at Florida's Daytona International speedway also the American Soccer League All-Star meet with the USSR Red Army Team. 90 min. SPORTS: PGA Championship, 3 p.m., Ch. 7. It marks the first major tournament for the Tanglewood Golf Club in Clem- mons N.C.. this is the final Big Four event of the year. Live. DOCUMENTARY: World of Man, p.m., Ch. 7. A summertime tour of the Yukon, focusing on the area's wildlife. SPORTS: Baseball, p.m., Ch. 7. The Montreal Expos vs. the Houston Astros at the Astrodome. Live. MOVIE SUSPENSE: Houston, We've Got a Problem, p.m., Ch. 9. A fictionalized account of the flight of the ill-fated Apollo 13. Robert Culp, Gary Collins, Sandra Dee. 1974, 90 min. MOVIE DRAMA: Movin' On, p.m., Ch. 9. A story about the relationship between a tough veteran trucker and his young college educated partner. Claude Akins, Frank Converse. 1974, 90 min. MOVIE DRAMA: The Only Game in Town, 9 p.m. Ch. 13. Two people combat lonliness, an aging showgirl waiting for the man she loves to divorce his wife. Elizabeth Taylor, Warren Beatty, 1970, 2 hrs. MOVIE CRIME DRAMA: Night Games, 9 p.m., Ch. 9. A young attorney gets his break when he's hired to defend a socialite accused of murdering her husband. Barry Newman. Susan Howard, Alberta Saimi. 1974, 90 min. MOVIE COMEDY: The Old Fashioned Way, p.m., Ch. 11. A circuit actor heads a bankrupt company of the Drunkard. W.C. Fields. Baby LeRoy, Judith Allen. 1934. Ihr. 25 min. MOVIE CRIME DRAMA: 10 Rillington Place, 12 midnight, Ch. 7. Semidocumentary about the sensational Chrisite Evans murder case. Richard Attenborough, Judy Geeson. John Hurt. 1971, 1 hr. 50 min. MOVIE DRAMA: Tobruk, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. An exciting account of an expedition by Allied troops to destroy a Nazi fuel depot. Rock Hudson, George Peppar, Nigel Green. hr. 50 min. Saturday O World of Man (B Wide World of Sports OD Reasoner Report O News O Bugs Bunny O Apples Way (D Star Trek News O Lawrence Welk O Encounter ID Hudson Brothers Show (B Oil Report CD Kingo Bingo 0 Expo Baseball: Mtl. at Houstan 85 Tennis O Movies: 1. Night Games 2. Mbvin' On 09 Partridge Family (D Movie: Houstan. We've Got A Problem (B Shake. Rock and Roll (B Police Surgeon (D Owen Marshall (B Movie: Only Game In Town O Mission Impossible O Butler's Beat (D News O News ID W. C. Fields Film O All Around the Circle O Mary Tyler Moore O Nationa'i (B News O Barnaby Jones O News (B News Make A Wish O Marshall Efron's Sunday School O Kathryn Kuhlman O Faith for Today N.F.B. ID Kid Power O Meet The Press O Puckett's General Store ID Osmonds (B On the Line O N.F.B. 0) H.R. 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Marty Riessen meets John Alexander in a semi-final match. 60 min. DOCUMENTARY: See How They Ran, p.m., Ch. 11. Highlights of the Presidential campaigns of William McKinley, William Jennings Bryan. SPORTS: CBS Sports Spectacular, p.m., Ch. 9. Highlights of selected semi-final matches in the 1974 World Cup soccer tournament and the eighth AAU National Junior Olym- pics. 2 hrs. SPORTS: Glory Road, p.m., Ch. 11. Sports-car racing highlights from Atlanta with more than 450 drivers competing. SPORTS: PGA Championship, p.m., Ch. 7. The final Big Four golf event of the year. Live. SPECIALr The trouble with Rock, 4 p.m., Ch. 9. This program investigates charges of corruption and scandal in the rock music industry, 60 min. FAMILY: World of Disney, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. The Ranger of Brownstone. Six cartoons from the 1950s offer lessons in park etiquette. 60 min. DRAMA: The Waltons, p.m., Ch. 7. After 19 years of marriage John wants to take his hard-working wife on the romantic vacation she never had. 60 min. MOVIE CRIME DRAMA: The Italian Job, 8 p.m., Ch. 11. A humorous heist yarn with high speed driving as the main attrac- tion. Michael Caine, Noel Coward, Benny Hill. 1969, 2 hrs. MOVIE DRAMA: Between Friends, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. A character study of five misfits who embark on a robbery caper. Michael Parks', Bonnie Bedelia, Chuck Shamata. 2 hrs. DOCUMENTARY: Primitive Man, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. A study of Sumatra's Orang Kubus in the lush tropical forests of the island's interior. 60 min. MOVIE COMEDY: Decameron Nights, 12 midnight, Ch. 7. Joan Fontaine and Louis Jourdan have four different roles in this compilation of risque tales. 1953. 90 min. MONDAY MOVIE DRAMA: Carter's Army, 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A yarn about a white captain in charge of an inexperienced black bat- talion. Stephen Boyd, Robert Hooks, Roosevelt Grier. 1970. 90 min. 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