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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHDRIDGE HERALD Saturday, Oectmtm 28, 1974 Time to Look BLOCK Ahead...rraBROS' time to set ourselves new goals and to direct our energies material and spiritual. toward peace, prosperity and growth. May the New Year be a happy and productive one for all of us in the community. CHRISTMAS SPECIAL Move in before New Year's. New three bedroom home well located on North Side. Fully carpeted. This home must be seen to be appreci- ated for quality and price. B.B.C. Call JOHN EISENBARTH 327-3440 19th STREET NORTH This neat two bed- room cottage has been reduced to Possession on January 1, 1975. M.L.S. call JOHN EISENBARTH 327-3440 DRIVE BY 2315 10th AVE. SO. Then Phone J. B. STOKKE 328-8566 for showing. It's fully developed up and down with two baths. B.B.C. VACANT So let me show you this bungalow now. Three bedrooms, corner lot. Fully carpeted. Well fenc- ed. B.B.C. Call JOHN STOKKE 328-8566 BLOCK BflBROS. TOP TWO SALESMEN for (hi MMIk ol NOVEMBER, 1974 GEORGE STONEHOUSE 653-3182 "SUCCESS THRU SERVICE" N.R.S. Catalogue Canada Wide Service Complete Financing Interest Free Loans Guaranteed Home Trade Open 9 to 9 BLOCK R1 BROS 1240-3 rd South Phone 328-2356 MUST SELL New three bedroom 4 way split level. 1663 sq. ft. Across from Sportsplex. 10% mortgage. bath in family room. Devel- oped utility room. B.B.C. 666. Phone LES MARTIN 328-2464 HILL SPRING Three bedroom home in town. Town water, septic tank, large lot, fenced and landscaped. Stove and fridge. B.B.C. 874. Phone LES MARTIN 328-2464 LOW LOW PAYMENT Real nice eight year old three bedroom house. Has fully developed base- ment with bath. L- shaped living and dining room. Com- pletely redecorated. Located on a quiet street close to schools. B.B.C. To view call ART JOHNSON 327-2737 GOOD INVESTMENT PROPERTY Duplex: Approxi- mately 1000 sq. ft. each side.. Located in East Lethbridge. The price is very reasonable. Live in one and rent the other or rent both. B.B.C. 768-Z2. For this or other invest- ment property call ART JOHNSON 327-2737 TV highlights SATURDAY SPECIAL REPORT: ABC News Closeup, 7 p.m., Ch. 11. Crashes: The illusion of Safety" features a segment on a ground proximity warning device that might have prevented some airline disasters that have occurred this year. MUSIC: Oompapa, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. Hosts Jeff Hyslop and Ruth Nichol are joined by special guest singer Don Cant. DRAMA SPECIAL: Portrait: The Man from Independence, 8 p.m., Ch. 11. Robert Vaughn portrays Harry S. Truman, the 33rd President, in an account of his first years as an elected of- ficfal. DRAMA SPECIAL: A Man Whose Name was John, 9 p.m., Ch. 13. A page from the life of Angelo Roncalli who later became Pope John XXIII is highlighted by the performance of Raymond Burr. SUNDAY DOCUMENTARY: Window on Britain, a.m., Ch. 13. SPECIAL: O. J. Simpson: Juice on the Loose, 2 p.m., Ch. 11. 0. J. Simpson is the Buffalo Bills' All-Pro running back and the first man in the history of the National Football League to rush for more than 2000 yards in one season. AGRICULTURE: Country: Country Canada, p.m., Ch. 7. Glenn Powell interviews author Walter Stewart who dis- cusses his book "Hard to Swallow: Why Food Prices Keep Ris- ing And What Can Be Done About It SPECIAL REPORT: High Way to Die, 5 p.m., Ch. 13. Jack McGavv produced this indepth study on the effects of alcohol and drugs on driving. PROFILE SPECIAL: Portrait: Legend in Granite, 6 p.m., Ch. 11. Giving a fine performance of Vince Lombard! during two pivotal years of his coaching career is Ernest Borgnine. VARIETY: Sonny Comedy Revue, 7 p.m., Ch. 11. Joining Sonny Bono are Karen Valentine, Clifton Davis and 10-year-old Carrie McDowall MUSIC: Irish Rovers, p.m., Ch. 7. Andy Stewart and the Doug Parker orchestra appear with the Rovers in a New Year's show. CURRENT EVENTS: Marketplace, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Joan Watson hosts a study of a Swiss co-operative. CURRENT EVENTS: p.m., Ch. 13. Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, expected to discuss events of the past year, talks with Carole Taylor and Bruce Phillips. MONDAY DOCUMENTARY: Adrienne at Large, p.m., Ch. 7. Adnenne Clarkson looks at the people and their outlook of life in Hong Kong KRTV 3 CABLE O KFBB TV 5 CABLE (D Saturday 5 00 O Apples Wav O Texas Wheelers CD Good Ole Nashville Music 5 30 O Bob ISewturt (D Jimrny Dean 6 00 CD News (D Marv Tvler Moore O Lawrence Welk O Hockej Night In Canada b 10 IB Oil Re'port h 30 CB Kingo Bmgo CD Bob New hart 7 00 O Emergency IB Emergencj CD News Closeup 8 00 OD Oom Pa Pa O Movie Man, Queen of Scots 8 00 CD Portrait 8 30 O Ceilidh (B Banjo Parlour On The Line Sports 9 00 CD A Man Whose Name Was John O Movie Show Boat CD Nakia 10 00 CD The Rookies CB Under Attack 10 30 O News 11 00 CD News (B News O National O Policewoman 11 15 O Movies 1 Incident On A Dark Street 2 Special Delivery 11 20 CB News CD News 11 30 CB Cliff Edwards 11 35 CD Rock Concert 12 00 CB Movies 1 Bngham Young 2 Judge and Jake bundav 6 30 O Pmnochio CD Agriculture USA 7 00 OD This Is The Life O M} Favourite Martian O Niven Miller 7 30 CD Christopher Closeup O Bailev s Comet O Crossroads 7 55 CB Thought for the Day 8 00 O Reach Out CD Dttdvne Friend CB University On The Air O Homer James 8 30 O Max Solbrekken O Dav of Discoverv CD Hurnbdrd CB 4-H Club 9 00 O Oral Roberts O Kathrjn Kuhlman CB Dav of Discoverv 9 30 CB To With Love CD Make A Wjsh O Face the Nation Q I Believe In Miracles 10 00 CB N K B CD Lassie s Rescue Rangers O Faith For Today O Face The State 10 30 CD (Joober and the Ghost Chasers O Meet The Press CB Window On Britain O Howie Meeker 10 45 O Behind the Score 11 00 CB On The Line Sports CD NFL AFC Championship O Safety Roundup P N F L NFC Championship 11 CB Rural Report Reach for the Top 12 00 CB Rex Ilumbard O The Hour 12 to O District 7 1 00 CB Market Placxe O lust For You 1 15 O Happy Hour Bible 1 30 O Wonders of the Wild 2 00 O Onedm Line CB Movie Shakiest Gun In The West CO 0 J Simpson 1 00 O Celebrations CD Wide World ol Sports ,tO O Pentecost Presents CB Horst Koehlcr 4 00 O This is the Life CD Garner Ted Armstrong 4 30 O Country Canada CD Question Period CD Animal World 5 00 CD Wild Kingdom It) I he Highway (o Die O Planet of the Ape.s O Music To See CJOC TV O CFCN TV (Q CABLE 6 CABLE 4 5 30 CB Movie Roll, Freddy. Roll CD Bobby Goldsboro O Paper Moon 6 00 O World of Disney 0 All In The Family CD Portrait 6 30 Q Adam 12 7 00 O Disney CD Sonny Comedy Hour ft Beach Combers CB Swiss Family Robinson 7 30 CB Excuse My French O Irish Rovers 8 00 Q Movie Columbo (B Kojak O Waltons CD Movie Judge Dee in the Monastery Murders 9 00 CB Medical Centre O Performance 10 00 O The Protectors O Market Place CD News CB W-5 10 15 CD Carol Burnett 10 30 O Ombudsman O Movie The Ranger 11 00 CD News O National 11 15 O Tommy Banks CD News 11 20 CB News 11 25 CB Oil Report 11 30 CD Insight CB In Conversation 12 00 CD Merv Griffin 12 15 O Movie The Big Sky Monday Morning 5 55 CB Thought for the Day 6 00 CB University of the Air O Pmnochio 6 15 O Understanding Our World 6 30 O Wizard of Oz CB Yoga 6 45 O Salute to Agriculture O Farm City Today 6 55 CD Farm News 7 00 CD Captain Kangaroo CB Canada AM O Today Show O Klares Korner 7 30 O Tales of the River Bank 8 00 CD News O Juliette and Friends O Tournament of Roses Parade Review 8 30 O Ed Allen O Cotton Bowl Parade CB Romper Room 9 00 CB Come Alive O Access (School Telecest! CD Audrey 9 30 (D Jack Lalanne O Tournament of Roses Parade 10 00 O Camera 12 CB Life Style CD Young and Restless 10 30 CB Pay Cards O Dress Up CD Search for Tomorrow 11 00 (D All Children CB It s Your Move B Sesame Street 11 30 CB-Galloping Gourmet CD Let's Make A Deal 12 00 O Cotton Bowl Football CD Buckshot O Dale Harney Magic CD Pyramid 12 30 CD Woody Woodpecker B Partridge Family (D News 1 00 CD General Hospital CD Movie Wild Women O Movie Fort Masacre 1 30 (D One Life to Live 2 00 CD The Money Maze 2 30 CB Another World Rose Bowl Football B Edge of Night Q) Name That Tune 3 00 CD Jeopardy B Our Town CD Another World 3 30 (D What's the Good Word CD The Big Showdown B Adritnne at Large 4 00 CD He Knows She Knows CD Split Second B Family Court 4 30 B Dr Zonk Zunkms (B Definition CD Brady Bunch Oddities In the news LONDON (Reuter) An unidentified wealthy business- man has found a new way to take a safe seat in the race against invested in a gold toilet seat. The solid gold seat was in- stalled at a cost of and now is believed worth around Ossie Borrow, design direc- tor of the sanitation firm which installed the gold toilet seat, said: "We thought we were dealing with a wealthy eccentric. But with the rock- eting price of gold reserves we soon realized we were dealing with a very shrewd man who knew how to make money." He added that he had re- ceived other orders for gold toilet seats, mainly from Arab countries. He said Marty has been made a mascot whose caged residence henceforth will be the narcotics department he loves so dearly. "We think he's earned the right to said Leroy. "He's being held without bail. No hearing has been set." SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) Marty the Marijuana Mouse, stoned from munching on pot for nearly three weeks, has been captured Marty, described in the po- lice report as "a common, or- dinary brown house mouse three inches managed to avoid several police at- tempts at capture. However, he was finally captured Monday by one of six mousetraps baited with mari- juana COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) A group of leftist ac- tors posing as "alternative" Santa Clauses have staged a series of performances throughout Copenhagen in what they say is an attempt to remove Santa from the "hold embrace of capitalism and commercialism." The actors, who call them- selves 'The Chariot of the specialize in political street performances. So far this season, one or more of the actors dressed as Santa has an enormous pa- per Christmas goose through the streets of Copenhagen Monday, then entered a bank and demanded money to help Santa's workshop step up pro- duction of Christmas gifts for the poor. the Labor Court building, which they referred to as "home of injustice to the with a bulldozer and pneumatic drills "He was really mad, very over a book stall at aggressive, extremely ac- a department store and hand- said Det Jim Leroy. ed out books free of charge. CANADA DRY RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Prbgrami arc by tht Radio ind Slationi. Any vari- ation in program schedule it to lait-minuta changes by tht station and is not responsibility of Chinook Beverages Limited or The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC 1090 Saturday News is 20 mm to the hour and 20 minutes after 12 30 p m News Wthr Sport Sunday 7 30 a m Indian News Media 8 45 a m Sports Saturday 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 Christien Science 9 00, 10 00 11 00 News Sports. Wthr Sports Scores 8 30. 9 30 10 30 11 30 12 20 p m Canada Winter Games Review 12 30 p m News. Weather Sports 6 45 p rn Ind Baptist Church 7 30 p m Back to God Hour News 20 mm 20 minutes after to the hour and CJOC 1220 11 30 Sundav Magazine 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 Monda) 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 Gasthaus 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 Storv Time 9 05 Sunday Magazine 10 03 Sunday Supplement 11 05 Capitol Report 12 03 Gilmour s Albums 3 10 Cross Country Checkup 5 03 Spm-Off 5 30 Quebec Now 6 30 N H L 9 10 Sound of Sports 9 30 CBC Playhouse 10 03 CBC Vancouver Chamber Orchestra 11 03 The Bush and the Salon 12 03 Warner's Waxworks Monday 5 30 Warm Up b 05 Eve Opener 7 -JWO'D AT Seven 8 00 v. 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 GO METRIC WITH CANADA DRY Canada Dry wishes to announce the introduction of its new 300 ml. bottle. "Just a silly 16 millilitre longer drink" available in 6 pacs, or the new 12 pac design for your holiday take home convenience. ;