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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta -THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, Ftbruary 20, Save Hundreds during Dunlop Ford's S750.000 High inventories mean low prices and our inventories have never been higher due to unexpected shipments from the factory. We must and will reduce our inventory of over See us now for what may very well be the best deal of the year. Special factory rebates plus our inventory reduction discounts guarantees you THE BEST DEAL ON A 1975 CAR! Brand New 1975 MUSTANG MACHI Cash Bonus Rebate aim, I Brand New 1975 PINTOS Cash Bonus Rebate 1975 FORD LTD SQUIRE STATION WAGON DEMO. 460 V8, automatic, p.s., p.b., radio, rear seat speakers, root rack, radial tires, deluxe wheel covers, air condition- ing, approx. 3600 miles. STOCK NO. 1939 1975 LTD LANDAU DEMO. 4 door, pillared hardtop, sil- ver blue, vinyl roof, split bench seats, power windows, dual power seat, stereo tape. NOW STOCK NO. 1927 1975 FORD CUSTOM 500 DEMO. 4-door pillared hardtop, V8 automatic, p.s., p.b., radio, radial tires, 2 tone paint, heavy suspension, approx. 5800 miles. Reg. Save Hundreds on These Al Used Cars! STOCK NO. 178A 1974 DATSUN 710 2 door, 4 cylinder, 4 speed, radio. NO. 221A 1974 COMET 2 door, 6 cylinder, automatic, p.s., radio. NO. 313A 1974 GRAN TORINO BRORIGHAM 4 door, V8 automatic, p.b., air conditioning. STOCK NO. 248A H 1974 CMC TON 6 cylinder, 3 speed, radio. I STOCK NO. 157A 1973 FORD TON V8, 4 speed, power steering, power brakes. NO. 242A 1972 FORD V2 TON TANGER XL-T V8, automatic, power steering, power brakes. NO. 1652A 1973 GALAXIE 500 4 door, V8 automatic, air conditioning. NO. 224A 1974 COUGAR XR-7 2 door hardtop, V8 auto- 1 matic, air conditioning, p.s., p.b. 1 VHV FORD Sill Hours: MMftytoFrMty Stturday Khan TV series cancelled by CBS NEW YORK (AP) Khan, an hour-long detective series produced and -broadcast on CBS-TV, is going off the air after just four episodes. CBS said today the series, begun Feb. 7, will end on Feb. 28. The cancellation was attributed to low ratings. CBS, in cancelling the show, moved even faster than NBC, which last week said it. was cancelling Archer, another new detective series, after its March 13 episode because of poor ratings. Archer began Jan. 30. CBS said the Friday night- time slot of Khan will be filled on March 7 by a nature special and in succeeding weeks by two 30-minute shows, one a collection of pilots for comedy series, the other We'll Get By, a situation comedy created by actor Alan Alda of M-A-S-H. These shows will continue into late spring, CBS said. REUNION ROME (AP) U.S. ballet dancer Martin Friedman has arrived in Rome for a reunion with his Soviet wife, formerly of Leningrad's Kirov ballet company. The couple were married a year ago, but the wife, Valeria Fedicheva, only received an exit visa Sunday. Miss Fedicheva was not at the airport, staying instead with her eight-month-old son Ivan at the home of Soviet friends in Rome. Friedman left the airport immediately to join her. However, he told reporters that the long-awaited reunion would be a short one. He is scheduled to return to Dort- mund, West Germany, this week for a ballet engagement while his wife will leave for Friedman's home in Baltimore, Md. He will join her later. MISSED DATE WASHINGTON (AP) British rock star Rod Stewart has no problems getting bookings, but one he couldn't get kept him from a date at the White House. He was told he could visit President Ford's daughter Susan- on Monday, a spokesman said yesterday. Turntable Topics Stewart, 30-year-old singer for The Faces, was quoted by London newspapers as saying he met Susan at his Washington concert Saturday night and dined with her at the White House Monday. But a spokesman for Stewart in New York said that the London papers were wrong. Pierre Lehu of Myrna Post Associates said the confusion apparently arose because Stewart told London reporters he "probably" would dine at the White House Monday. Lehu said Stewart later was unable to rent a plane from New York and had to decline the invitation. BETTER ROME (Reuter) French actress Maria Schneider, 21, who entered hospital as a voluntary patient Saturday to be near a woman friend, is well and will be leaving soon, doctors said Wednesday. Miss Schneider, who starred with Marlon Brandon in Last Tango in Paris, demanded entry to the hospital when her 28-year-old friend, named by hospital sources as Joan Patricia. Townsend of Los Angeles, was admitted in a state of distress after the two had quarrelled. Police at Rome's Fiumicino airport reported Miss Town- send had been examined by a doctor there Friday after she had been wandering about in an irrational and hysterical condition. Miss Schneider demanded entry to the hospital under an Italian law which allows anyone .who declares themselves mentally disturb- ed to gain admission. STAR INJURED SYDNEY, Australia (AP) Runaway Soviet ballet star Mikhail Barishnikov will miss the remainder of his Australian tour because of a left ankle sprain he suffered during a performance Monday night, a spokesman for ballet Victoria said Wednesday. Barishnikov was scheduled to perform at the Sydney Opera House through Feb. 25 along with fellow Soviet defector Natalia Makarova and the Ballet Victoria Com- pany. TV highlights THURSDAY, VARIETY: Cher, p.m., Ch. 13. Jerry Lewis, Nancy Walker and the Osmond Brothers join Cher for an hour of music and comedy. DRAMA: Medical Centre, 7 p.m., Ch. 9. Chad Everett, James Daly and Beverly Garland star as the neglected wife of a senatorial candidate enters hospital and asks Gannon not to tell her husband where she is. DOCUMENTARY: National Geographic, p.m., Ch. 13. Joseph Campanella narrates "The Great Mojave which focuses on mining and sheepherding activities of the men in this hostile part of Southern California. VARIETY: Carol Burnett, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Scheduled to appear with Carol are Tim Conway and Paul Williams. CRIME-DRAMA: Streets of San Francisco, 8 p.m., Ch. 11 and 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Michael Douglas as Steve feigns a mental disorder to investigate a psychiatric home that has an unusually high patient-mortality rate. CRIME-DRAMA: Harry O, 9 p.m., Ch. 11 and 10 p.m., Ch. 13. David Janssen suspects an ingenuous criminology student of two sex murders. INTERVIEW: Johnny Carson, p.m., Ch. 9. Lily Tomlin is scheduled to appear on tonight's program. PEPSI RADIO AND TV LISTINGS are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any ation in program schetiulb is due to lasl-fTunute'cHanges by trie lions and IB nol the responsibility of Chinook Beverages Limits The Lethbndge Herald. CHEC 1090 TUESDAY Ihru FRIDAY Farm News News. Weather, Sports News, Wthr. SporCs Grain Prices News, Weather, Sports News is 20 min. to the hour and 20 min. after CJOC 1220 Probe 1220 Sports Market Report Local News World at Six News, Weather, Sports Hour or Information News and Grain Prices CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY Ihru FRIDAY p.m. Conde's Carousel Midnight Concerts Overtures and Encores CBR 1010 THURSDAY As It Happens Themes and Variations From the Capitals Five Nights a Week Jazz Unlimited FRIDAY Warm-Ups Calgary Eye Opener The World at Seven World at Eight Eye Opener BBC News This Country in the Morning Time Signal Radio Noon Your Forum School Broadcast Canadian Concert Hall World at Six Blues featured in Tucker album 1510 MAYOR MAQRATH DRIVE 16th AVE. By MIKE ROGERS Herald Staff Writer The Marshall Tucker Band Where We All Belong. This is one 'of those groups with a sound you just can't get enough of. The Marshall Tucker Band hails from the southern United States, but country isn't all they play. The. six guys in this bunch blend country influence with a very good blues sound. One might think these musicians would have their roots in country, but judging from the music on this album it's hard to say whether the roots begin in country or blues. But it doesn't really matter, this album, their third release, is tremendous. Gue'sts include Elvin Bishop, Charlie Doniels, and Steve Modoio. It's a double album, with fast and ferocious blues on sides three and four real foot stomping, good feeling music. Sides three and four were recorded live. Sides one and two, studio toward the country sound with a little bit of uptown. It's all good, very good. (2CA 0145. Capricorn.) Cornell Dupree Teasin'. Cornell Dupree, a superses- sion musician, has produced a true masterpiece .eight great blues numbers. You can't sit still when Dupree and the five musicians who join him play. From start to finish the sound is well, two titles from side two ex- plain it better than I can Okie Dokie Stomp and Plain 01' Blues. Dupree's reputation is increasing with each musical venture he has. If you have any albums recorded by Aretha Franklin and Roberta Flack, chances are he is one of the contributing musicians. (Atlantic SD 7311.) Wendy Waldman Gypsy Symphony. This is Wendy Waldman's second album release in Canada. She has a voice very much like Carol King, except the style is about as different from Carol King as night is from day. Wendy Waldman is good Carol King is good, too, not to offend her fans. Gypsy Symphony is an album filled with strong melodies, beautiful lyrics, and fine tight instrumentation. All 11 numbers on this LP are written by Wendy, except Mad, Mad Me. Most of the str- ing arid horn arrangements are done by Wendy. (Warner Bros. BS 2792.) Tom Waits The Heart of Saturday Night.' Tom Waits is a contem- porary composer performer and, through his music, an observer of life and feelings. His music is original. His lyrics and the way they are arranged, remind' one of the 1950's coffee house style of performing good ol' blues. This album contains 11 selections, all with strong un- derlying blues influences. Contributing musicians include Mike Melvoin, piano; Jim Gordon, drums; Tom Scott, tenor sax; and Jim Hughart, up right bass. It's a totally refreshing album. Three numbers that should be mentioned are Shiver Me Timbers, Fumblin' With The Blues and Drunk On The Moon. (Asylum 7ES 1015.) Gene Clark No Other. Speaking of composer per- formers, Gene Clark is one who's been around for a while and he's good. His musical career began some time back when he became involved with Randy Sparks and The New Christy Minstrels. Later he met up with Roger McGuinn and Davide Crosby and formed The Byrds. Since his departure from The Byrds, Clark released one solo effort with Columbia, two LP's with Doug Dillard and most recently, the Byrds reu- nion LP .now this one No Other. (Asylum 7ES 1018.) WINTER GAMES SPECIAL! 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