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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD Saturday, December 14, 1974 OPEN SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2 to P.M. tttl 1818 16th AVENUE SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Come on in. This is a home that you must see. Large kitchen, two bedrooms on main floor, one bedroom and rec room in basement. Very well landscaped. Low down payment. Your Host: JIM REAY 327-0035 2707 8th AVENUE NORTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Developed basement, separate dining room, carport, lovely yard. Close to Wilson Jr. High School. A bargain at Immediate possession. Your Host: JOHN EISENBARTH 327-3440 Revenue Home Older two storey home close to downtown. Main floor has large liv- i ng room with fireplace, kitchen, bedroom and shower. Second floor has kitchen, two bedrooms and three piece bath. Full price B.B.C. 801-Z1. For more details call GORDON LUNDE 328-4874 19th Street North Neat two bedroom home with furnace and Vz basement. Could be a good revenue property MLS Let's have your offers Call JOHN EISENBARTH 327-3440 117-19th Street North 62.5 foot duplex lot approved by City. Pric- ed to sell at BBC. 790. Don't pass this up, call JOHN EISENBARTH 327-3440 Coutts Highway 19.7 acres with good three bedroom bungalow, double gar- age. BBC 848. Let's have your offers. Call JOHN EISENBARTH 327-3440 Price Monthly (Average including Utilities Taxes) Only down pay- ment will move you into this beautiful two bedroom bungalow with revenue suite. Large landscaped lot. Side garage. mortgage B.B.C. 829. Call TEDADNITT 329-0742 Low, Low Price That's right. There are still a few low priced homes around. This three year old three bedroom house has lots of room. Wall to wall carpet. Yard is fenced and land- scaped. Drapes and curtains arc also in- cluded in the low price. B.B.C. 739-Z4. Call ART JOHNSON 327-2737 BLOCK fpaBROS. FRANK TINORDI 327-3478 TOP TWO SALESMEN for tin MMrtk ol NOVEMBER, 1974 JOHN EISENBARTH 327-3440 DANNY NAULT 329-4637 GEORGE STONEHOUSE 653-3182 MARLENE PAUL 328-1459 "SUCCESS THRU SERVICE" WE TRADE HOMES STU SHORTT 234-2128 Home N.R.S. Catalogue Canada Wide Service Complete Financing Interest Free Loans Guaranteed Home Trade Open 9 to 9 LENA PEACOCK 327-0888 JERRY LEMIRE 234-4097 OREO PETERSEN 642-3865 Managur PAT REAY 328-8073 BLOCK ART JOHNSON 327-2737 Assistant Mgr. BROS. 1240-3rd Ave. South Phone 328-2356 TIM QRISAK 328-2356 BILL LAZARUK 3J8-7402 L Call J.B, Stokke Phone 328-8566 on these two A. Lovely two bedroom bungalow with dining room, developed down. Garage. South with view. Terrific finan- cing. B.B.C. 10432. B. If you have down, I can put you in this small two bedroom home with garage. MLS. Well Treed Two bedroom home on large lot. Garage. Developed basement. Asking B.B.C. 851-Z1. To view call MARLENE PAUL Revenue Home 18 year old home with basement suite. Close to schools and shop- ping. On good lot. Pric- ed to sell at B.B.C. 1031. To view call MARLENE PAUL 328-1459 Want to Make Money? Very good 5 suite revenue home. Live in one and let the other four suites make the payments. B.B.C. 10095. This home can be purchased under DANNY NAULT 329-4637 Construction Just Started On These Two Pick your own colors, carpets, cupboards, bathroom fixtures and outside finish. One 3 bedroom, 1120 sq. ft. and one 1040 sq. ft., three bedroom. B.B.C. 684 and B.B.C. 6846. DANNY NAULT 329-4637 Good Investment Property Duplex: Approximately 1000 sq ft each side. Located in east Lethbridge. Live in one and rent the other or rent both. B.B.C. 768- 2.2. For this or other in- vestment property call ART JOHNSON 327-2737 Magrath Home Acreage Bungalow style two bad room home located on acres On town water and sewer Make that move to the country. MLS 1176 Call TEDADNITT 329-0742 Oddities In the news MILWAUKEE, Wis. (AP) Kathy Riley, 19, was stunn- ed when she saw a small plane circling overhead as she and John Smolen, 22, went for a walk along the desolate, windswept Lake Michigan shore. A banner behind the plane read: "Kathy, I love you, Marry me. John." She began to cry. he asked. "John, it's really, she sobbed. he asked getting impatient. "It's great. It's she wept. After John finally calmed her down, she said yes. really again, just MICHIGAN CITY, Ind (AP) Johnson VanDyke Grigsby left the Indiana State Prison Monday after setting what might be a record for imprisonment 66 years. "I feel like I've just been born. I'm going out so said Grigsby, who is not cer- tain of his birthdate in Shelby, Ky., and says he's 89 or 90. He began serving a life sentence Aug 5, 1908, after being found guilty of second degree murder in a saloon fight. The Guinness Book of Records now lists Richard Honeck, sentenced in 1899 and released in 1963, as having been in prison longer than anyone else 64 years. Grigsby, who will live in a Michigan City nursing home, says he plans to raise some chickens but doesn't want to get a job. Saturday 5 00 O Apples Way O Texas Wheelers Ot Good Ole Nashville Music 5 30 O Bob Newhart CD Jimmy Dean 6 00 (B News Ot Marv Tyler Moore O Lawrence Welk O NHL 6 10 SB Oil Report 6 30 IB Kingo Bingo Ot Bob Newhart 7 00 O Something Special- Kate Smith IB National Rodeo Finals N F L at Oakland 8 00 Q National Rodeo Finals 8 30 O Ceilidh 9 00 (B Emergency B Movie The Home Coming 10 00 at The Rookies O News IB Oom Pa Pa 10 30 IB On the Line Sports O Police Woman 11 00 at News IB News O National 11 15 O Provmciel Affairs 11 20 IB News ID News O Movies 1 Woman of Straw 2 Boy, Did I Get A Wrong Number 11 30 (B Cliff Edwards O Focus 11 35 BD Rock Concert 12 00 (B Movies 1 A Man Called Cannon 2 Raid On Rommel Sunday 6 30 O Pmnochio ID Agriculture USA 7 00 JD This Is The Life O My Favourite Martian O Niven Miller 7 SO (D Christopher Closeup O Bailey's Comet O Crossroads 7 55 (B Thought for the Day 8 00 O Reach Out (D Dwayne Friend IB University On The Air O Homer James 8 30 Q Max Solbrekken O Day of Discovery ID Rex Humbard IB 4-H Club 9 00 O Oral Roberts O Kathryn Kuhlman IB Day of Discovery 9 30 IB To You With Love (D Make A Wish Q Face the Nation O 1 Believe In Miracles 10 00 IB N FB CD Lassie's Rescue Rangers O Faith For Today O Face The State 10 30 Ot Goober and the Ghost Chasers O Howie Meeker O IB NFS 10 45 O Behind the Score 11 00 IB On The Line Sports (D N F L England at Miami B Safety Roundup O NFL 11 30 (B Rural Report O Reach for the Top 12 00 IB Rex Humbard O The Sunday Hour 12 30 O District 7 1 00 IB Market Place O Just For you 1 15 O Happy Hour Bible 1 30 IB Rev Solbrekken O Movie The Home Stretch 2 00 O NBA Basketball (B Movie How To Steal An Airplane (D ,it San Diego 1 00 O Celebrations 3 .10 O Pentecost Presents QD Horst Koehler 4 00 O This Is The Life IB Garner Ted Armstrong 4 30 O Country Canada IB Question Period 5 IX) (D Wild Kingdom O Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer O Music To See ID Untamed World 5 30 0) Movie Gamblers O The Free Born Man (D Bobby Goldsboro O Paper Moon BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) When Arthur Reed finally stopped working at the foundry this year, it wasn't his fault. Pig Iron Arthur, as he is known as at the Phoenix Iron Works in Oakland, was in hospital about the time of his last birthday, June 28, and was forced to retire at age 114. "I've worked hard, Reed said, looking back on 105 years of earning a living. "Twelve, 20 hours a day, no rest, no sundown, no rainy days." Reed was born in 1860 in Buffalo, N.Y., say social security records. He travelled south while his mother cooked for Union soldiers during the United States civil war, then started working at age nine, taking jobs on railroads, farms, sawmills and other places. He also worked as a carpenter and a bricklayer Weldon Russell, owner of the foundry, says Reed was so fit that he rode a bicycle until last year. But last spring, he switched to janitorial work at the company because he no longer was able to throw pig around. Reed underwent surgery for an abdominal abscess and no date has been set for his dis- charge. But his doctor says he's "mobile, very active and in good shape." Childless and living in Oakland with his third wife, who is 76, Reed says he never learned to read and write "I had to he ex- plains 6 00 O World of Disney 6 00 ID Lucas Turner O Something Special- Shirley Bassey 7 00 O Little Drummer Boy IB Swissk Family Robmson ID Movie The Adventurers O Charlie Brown's Christmas 7 30 (B Police Surgeon B Irish Rovers O Bing Crosby Special 8 00 IB Kojak B Waltons 8 30 O Bob Hope Special 9 00 IB Medical Centre B Performance 9 30 O The Protectors 10 00 O Movie After The Fall B Market Place IB W-5 10 15 ID News 10 30 B Ombudsman ID Carol Burnett 11 00 (B News B National 11 15 B Nations Business 11 20 IB News 8 Tommy Banks 11 25 IB Oil Report 11 30 ID News 11 45 ID Insight IB In Conversation 12.00 IB Merv Griffin 12-20 09 Movie Inside Daisy Clover Monday Morning 5 55 IB Thought for the Day 6 00 IB University of the Air B Pmnochio 6 15 Q Understanding Our World 6 30 B Wizard of Oz OD Yoga 6 45 Q Salute to Agriculture B Farm City Today 6 55 ID Farm News 7 00 ID Captain Kangaroo IB Canada AM O Today Show B Klares Korner 7 30 B Tales of the River Bank 8 00 ID News B Juliette and Friends O Today In Montana 8 30 B Ed Allen O Gambit IB Romper Room 9 00 (B Come Alive B Access (School Telecest) O Now You See It (D Audrey 9-30 ID Jack Lalane O Hollywood Squares 10 00 B Alberta Schools IB Life Style B Jackpot ID Young and Restless 10 30 ID Pay Cards B Dress Up Q Celebrity Sweepstakes ID Search for Tomorrow 10 55 O News 11 00 ID All My Children Q Winning Streak (B It's Your Move B Sesame Street 11 30 ID Definition O As the World Turns ID Let's Make A Deal 12 00 O Days of Our Lives IB Buckshot 8 Dale Harney Magic (D Newlywed Game 12 30 IB Get Smart O The Doctors B Partridge Family 1 00 ID News 1 00 ID General Hospital IB Movie The Monkey On My Back O Another World B Movie Nice Little Bank That Should Be Robbed 1 30 O Match Game ID One Life to Live 2 Pyramid O Tattletales 2 30 ID Somerset O Mike Douglas B Edge of Night Q) Name that Tune 3 00 ID Jeopardy ID Another World B Our Town 3 30 ID What's the Good Word ID Girl In My Life B Adrienne at Large 4 00 ID He Knows She Knows IB Split Second B Family Court O Jokers Wild 4 30 8 Dr Zonk IB Mod Squad ID Brady Bunch O News TV highlights SATURDAY MUSIC: Jimmy Dean, p.m., Ch. 11. Barbara Mandrell joins Jimmy and sings "The Midnight Oil" and "Show Me." MUSIC: Lawrence Welk, 6 p.m., Ch. 9. Lawrence Welk features Christmas songs in an hour which is highlighted by such songs as "Silver Bells" and "White VARIETY: Something Special, 7 p.m., Ch. 9. The Charlie Byrd Trio and the Kids Next Door are Kate Smith's guests. VARIETY: Ceilidh, p.m., Ch. 7. A'asdair Gillies and the regulars are joined by special guests: The Alexander Brothers, Jim MacLellan and Rosemary Hutchison. MUSIC: Oompapa, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Regulars Jeff Hyslop and Ruth Nichol have singer Patrick Rose as their guest. SUNDAY AGRICULTURE: Country Canada, p.m., Ch. 7. Cattle grazing in the Yukon and the Canadian sugar beet industry are discussed. MUSIC: Music to See, 5 p.m., Ch. 7. The recital is entitled "Innovations in Music" and is conducted by Alec Tilley. NATURE: Untamed World, 5 p.m., Ch. 13. "Birds of Different Feathers" study the characteristics that must be developed by land and water birds in order for them to survive. MUSIC: Bobby Goldsboro, p.m., Ch. 11. Bobby is join- ed by Ray Stevens. VARIETY: Something Special, 6 p.m., Ch. 9. Shirley Bassey and Count Basie are featured. CARTOON SPECIAL: Peanuts, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. "A Charlie Brown Christmas" has the gang looking forward to the presents they will be receiving while Charlie is upset because of the holiday's commercialism. CARTOON SPECIAL: Little Drummer Boy, 7 p.m., Ch. 9. Greer Garson narrates the story of a boy's myriad of adven- tures before he follows the Magi to Bethlehem. MUSICAL VARIETY: Irish Rovers, p.m., Ch. 7. The Irish Rovers are joined by singer Carmel Quinn. VARIETY SPECIAL: Family Theatre, p.m., Ch. 9. "Christmas with the Bing Crosbys" is a holiday get-together with Bing and his family. DRAMA: Performance, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. "Find Volopchi" stars John Colicos and Ted Follows and covers the events sur- rounding beleaguered immigration officials who are trying to track down an illegal immigrant. DRAMA SPECIAL: After the Fall, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Arthur Miller's play is about a New York lawyer who reveals and contemplates his past. MUSICAL COMEDY: Carol Burnett, p.m., Ch. 11. Carol is joined by Carl Reiner and Ken Berry. MONDAY DOCUMENTARY: Adrienne at Large, p.m., Ch. 7. Adrienne Clarkson reports on cosmetic surgery. CANADA DRY RADIO AND TV LISTINGS are lilted by Radio and Ttlvviaion Any vari- ation in program ii to lait-minuta changat by nation and it not tht rtaponaibility ol Chinook Limited or Tht CHEC 1090 Saturday News is 20 mm to the hour and 20 minutes after 12 25 Canddd Winter Countdmv n 12 JO p m News. Wthr Sport Sunday 7 10 a m Indian News Media 8 45 a m Sports Saturda) Night 5 40 Sports 5 53 News 6 00 Show Case Sunday 6 00 News 6 03 Canadien Concert Hall 7 00 Blackfoot Indien Program 7 30 Family Favorites 8 00 News 8 15 Chnstien Science 9 00 10 00 11 00 News Sports, Wthr Sports Scores 8 30. 9 30 10 30. 11 30 12 20 p m C.mddii Winler Gdmcs Rev ii-w 12 10 p m News Wedthei .Sports h 45 p m Ind Bdptist Church 7 00 p m Gospel liour 7 10 p m Bjck to God lloui News LS 20 mm to the hour jnd 20 after CJOC 1220 11 30 Sundaj 12 30 News" 3 10 Cross Country Checkup 6 00 Rock On 8 00 Entertainers 11 03 Capital Report 10 00 Hour of Decision 10 30 Sunshine Evangel Monday 7 50 News Wthr Sport 8 35 Phone Bill Show 12 00 Hour of Information 12 30 News. Wthr Sport 1 00 News and Gram Prices 5 25 Sports 5 40 Market Report 5 50 Local News 6 00 World at Six CHEC-FM 100.9 Saturday 3 00-6 00 p m Concerts. Overtures and Encores 12 00 Concie's Carousel (All Night) Sunday 6 00-10 00 a m Concerts Overtures and Encores 1 00-2 00 p m Cast Haus Hour (German Program) 6 00-12 00 Concerts, Overtures and Encores 12 00 Midnight Sign Off CBR 1010 Saturday Night 6 10 Radio Exchange 6 30 Symphony Hall 8 03 C B C Stage 9 00 My Word 9 30 CBC Halifax Orch 10 03 Anthology 11 03 Orchestral Concert 12 03 Just Jazz Sunday 7 05 Sunday Morning Concert 8 05 Sunday Morning 8 45 Children's, Story Time 9 05 Sunday Magazine 10 03 Sunday Supplement 11 05 Capitol Report 12 03 The Entertainers 2 03-Gilmour s Album 3 10 Cross Country Checkup 5 03 Spin-Off 5 03 NHL- Toronto at Washington 8 10 Sound of Sports 8 30 CBC Playhouse 9 03 CBC Vancouver Chamber Orch 10 03 Quebec Now 11 03 The Bush and the Salon 12 03 Warner's Waxworks Monday 5 30 Warm Up 6 05 Eye Opener 7 00 World at Seven 8 00 World at Eight 8 05 Calgary Eye Opener 9 00 BBC News 9 13 This Country in the Morning 10 59 Time Signal 12 03 Radio Noon 1 15 Your Forum 2 03 Disc Brakes 2 30 Off The Record 6 00 The World At Six CANADA DRY FREE RECIPES HOLIDAY PUNCH cup sugar iar maraschino cherries 3 cups grapefruit juice 1 large bottle WINK 1 large bottle CANADA DRY CLUB SODA 1 large bottle CANADA DRY GINGER ALE Mix first 3 ingredients, pour over ice to punch bowl Add cold beverages just before serving Stir very gently to mix Serves 30 punch cups servings OPTIONAL All your favorite liquor lo taste (GIN, RUM, WHISKY or ;