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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-05,Lethbridge, Alberta e-THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD—Stlurday,    5,1974Singing convicts make recordingLABOR CLUBWBBKLY B9NQ0Every Monday 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 50 ............ $500 10th Game $200 — Blackout In 60 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money ...........$20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH $1.00 DRAW FOR FREE TURKEYS Entry Card $1.00 All Wood Cards 50$ Childnn und*f 1« Not A)i«w*d Bingo will also be played in the club room for members and their Invited guests. Music Friday and Saturday — Banquet Facilities Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. NEW YEARS EVE TICKETS NOW AVAIl ABLE NEW YORK (AP) - The jailbirds warbled like songbirds Thursday, nine felons who travelled to the Big Apple under armed guard to make their first recoiling. Organized at Grateford Correctional Institute 40 miles north of Philadelphia in August, 1972, they call themselves the Pc.ver of Attorney. Five of them are still in jail, one is in a halfway house and three are now on parole. Two of the imprisoned five face life sentences. “It’s meant a lot to me because I thought my career was over when I was arrested," said Ronald Ailcens, 25, a songwriter and singer who will be eligible for parole in two years. The group was recording at the Record Plant studio in mid-Manhattan.BIRCH FIREWOOD329-4941 William Smith said he organized the group when the prison set up a recording studio nearly m years ago. He found his drummer, Otis Graham, toying with a trombone one day, and soon there were five, then nine members in the Power of Attorney, which specializes in mellow rock with a heavy beat and the soothing sound of saxophones. Smith-imprisoned for more than six years, married and a father of one child—said the group gave its members a chance to earn money for their families. The 31-year-old guitar-player said; “It makes me aware what I’m missing, and it gives me remorse.” Plan festival REGINA (CP) - The Ukrainian Canadian Committee of Saskatchewan has organized a festival of Ukrainian arts, to be held in Saskatoon Feb, 16 and 17, the committee has announced. The festival is to be called Ukrainian arts program and will include music and poetry competitions. ESTATE 4ewteM THE REWARDS 1. The income —The scale varies according to your own participation. Your minimum goal is $11,000.00 per year, Fraadom... Enjoy benefits of independence and still have the association of a well prganized firm. ^ . pavejopment —Get out of the Routine fliit. Expand your own fields of interest. Develop your own personal capacities. %. NRS National Real Estate Serelce... Catalogue offers maxi* mum exposure to the total market throughout B.C., Alberta and across Canada. 2,500 printed each week. S.Senrlce Advertising promotion. Block Bros, spends over one million dollars-per year to promote properties. 55 Block Bros, offices in B.C. and Alberta. More than 1,000 Realtors plus 160 NRS offices throughout Canada and the U.S.A. 4. GuaranfMd Dnw While .....In Tralnini BLOCK BROS. Top SaiKinan lor lha HHonlli ol MAflLENE PAUL BItL lazaruk Ua-7402 NOV BAHNASY 3aT-#B>3 TIM QHISAK alleai» -.Production Managor Homo W.II.S. CitalogiM *    Cinad« Wtd* Strvic« •    Éòmplal« ' ^Financing ' LES MARTIN 320-2464 BTU SHORTT 3aT-4142 Inlarwt Fm LMIIt Raaltor Phont 3»-í3S6 * Opon ■ lo B . JOHN eiSENBARTH »T-3440 NMNAOCR OANNY NAULT 320-4637 HAE HOPKINS JÎ7.0051 ‘•SUCCESS THRU SERVlCr FHAHK TtNOftet Ird Ar*. s. IIHAR STOKKE H* 5. Xerox Training Course MOST UP TO DATE TRAINING METHODS 6. Training Company sponsored training program offered Jree. — Principals of Real Estate. — Company procedures. —Prlnclpais of Real Estate —Company procedures —Listing programs —Mortgages '^Elements of Appraisal —Salesmanship —Organization 7. Trading The only way to move —Block Bros. Simple i-2-3 Trade Plan . . . There is absolutely no extra Charge for the Trade Plan Service. 8. First Step... Contact one of the Block Bros. Service Centres in Alberta. Talk over the career in Real Estate with the Branch Manager. FRANK TINORDI Phone 328-1044 WaKEND QPEH HOUSES^ CONTIitUE IN JANUARY W« trad« homas BLOCK BROS. TV highlights SATURDAY SPORT: NHL Hockey, < p.iu., Ch. 7. The Vancouver Canucks meet the Canadiens in Montreal.    . CRIME DRAMA; Police Ssrf«M, p.m., Ch. 13. An auto accident begins to look like a homicide attempt when U is found the car brake linings were cut. REPORT: ABC Newt Qoie*Up, 8 p.in., Ch. 11. ‘"nte Right To Die” is a s«isitive report on the often taboo subject of death. MOVIE DRAMA: “Getttag Strslght,’* » p.m., Ch. 13. The story of student rebellion and an ex-actlvist working for his teaching credentials. CRIME DRAMA: Griff, • p.m., Ch. 11. The story of a prison runaway who has lived for 13 years as an upstanding citizen only to be recognized and pursued by a former guard. DOCUMENTARY: “Dmmi Along the Mohawk," 18 mid-Bi^ti Ch. 7. A r^l oldie about 18th century life in New York. DOUBLE MOVIES: 12 midnight and 1:50 a.m.. Ch. 13. Tlie first feature is “Fahrenheit 451” and the s«ond is “The Steel Bayonet.” SUNDAY DOCUMENTARY: “CoseU at Large," 12:30 p.m.. Ch. 11. A revealing portrait of the sports journalist at work and as a family man. SPORT: Wide World of Sports, 1:36 p.m.. Ch. 11. This is the debut of the weekly Sunday telecasts. SPORT: Golf, 3 p.m.. Ch. 11. The 1974 PGA season opens with the 33rd Bing Crosby Pro-Am from Pebble Beach, Calif. REPORT: 60 Minutes, 4 p.m.. Ch. 9. The return of this news-magazine which won five Emmys last seawn. WILDLIFE: Untamed World, 5 p.m., Ch. 13. The mar* supials of Australia — an unusual order of mammal. CRIME DRAMA: “Company of KlUers,” 5:30 p.m.. Ch. 13. A police thrUler about a psychopathic killer on the loose in a big city.    ■ PEPSI COLA’S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS CJOC.TV Chann«! 7 CCaUwislen Ch. tt) SATURDAY NIGHT ' 5:00 Bugs Bunny 6;uu NHL 3:30 Singaiorig JuDilee 9:00 Movie: . Vellowston« Kelly 11;00 News ■ 11:15 N«ws . 11:30 Oellah    ' 12:00 Movie: Drums Along the Monawk St'NDAy 8:30 Niven Miller 9:00 Oral.RoDerts' 9:30 N.F.B. 9:4S Happy Hour Bible Club 10:00 Faitn For Today 10:30 Crossroads 11:00 NFB . 11:30 Claire Otsen 1S:00 Pucketts General Store 12:30 Safety Roundup 1:00 District 7 1:30 Country Canada 2:00 Reach lor the Top 2:30., Canadian Film Makers' 3:00'Its Your Worit! 3:30 Sunday Hour 4:00 TBA 4:30 Arts '74    : 5:00 Music to Sea 5:30 The Irish Rovers 7:00 Beachcombers 7:30 Waltons 8:30- Dick van Dyke 9:00 The Collaborators 10:00 Market Piace 10:30 Ombudsman 11:1S Nations Business 11:20 News ■11:30 Sunday Hour 12:00 Movie: From Hell to Borneo mgndat 6:00 Pinnochio -8:30 Secrets of the Kitchen ? 00 Farm and Citv Today 7;15 The Wizard of 6i ' 7:30 Mon Ami/Friendly Giant $:00 Uncle Bobby 9:30 Ed Alien 9:00 World ir Your Kltch«n 9:30 New Horizons 10:00 Alberta Schools 10:30 Mr. Dress Lie 11:00 Sesame Street 1£:DD Lassie 12:30 Truth of Consequences ' 1:00 Lets Hiake a Deal 1:30 General Hospital 2:00 Our Town 3:00 Take 30 3:30 Edge of Night 4:00 Family Court -4:30 Drop In 5:00 Hollywood Squares 6:00 Disney CFCN-TV UrthbrMg* ChMinal 13 (CaMwltlon Ch. 4) SATURDAY NIGHT 6:00 News , 6:10 Oil Report 6:30 Kingo Bingo 7:00 Banjo Parlour 7:30 Police Surgeon 8:00 A Converstalon with the Premier 8:30 Ryan's Fancy 9*0 Movie: TBA 11:00 N'ews 11:20 News 11:30 Know Your Sports '12:00 Double Bili: 1.    Farenhelt 451 2.    Steel Bayonet SUNDAY 7:55 Thought tor Day S:00 University of Air    ’ 8:30 Rev. Solbrekken 9:00 Day of Discovery 9:30 TO You With Love •10:00 4-H Clubllme 10:30 Window on Britain 11:00 On The Line 11:30 Rural Report 12:00 Re* Humbard 1:00 Market Place 1:30 Travel 74 2:00 N.F.B. 2:30 Pentecost Presents 3:00 Horsi Koefiler ' 3:30 Eccentric Circle 4:00 Garner Ted Armstrong 4:30 Question Period . 5:00 Untained World 5:30 Movie: 7:00 The Brady Bunch 7:30 Sonfiy anil Chef 8,30 Witness <0 Yesterday 9:00 Hawaii Five-0 10:00 W5 11:00 News 11:20 News 11:25 Oil Report 11:30 In Conversation 12:00 Morv Griffin - MONDAY 5:55 Thought tor Day 6:00 University of the Air 6:30 Yoga 7:00 Canada A.M. 8:30 Romper Room 9:00 This Week 9:15 Parlons Français 9:30 Polka Dot Door 10:00 Lifeslyle 10:30 Pay Cards 11:0Q Fred Davis Show 11:30 Beat The Clock 12:00 Buckshot 12:30 Flintstones 1:00 Movie; The Young Savages 2:30 Somersei 3:00 Doctor's Diary 3:30 What's the Good Word 4:00 Anything You Can Do 4:30 Mod Squad 5:30 Doctor in the House 5:55 News 6:30 Girl With Something Entra Company of Killers KRTV QfMt Palls Chwiiwl 3 (Cablavlsleit Ch. 9) 8:00 Mystery Movie SATURDAY 5:00 Barnaby Jones 6:00 Lawrence Welk 7:00 Mary Tyler Moore •7:30 Adam 12    ' 8:00 Movie: Silent Running 10:00 News 10:30 Carol Burnett. 11:30 The Law and You SUNDAY • 7:00 Hair Bear Bunch 7:30 Amaiting Chan 8:00 Lamp Unto My Feet 8:30 Day of Discovery 9:00 Kathryn Kuhlman 9:30 Face of the Nation .. 10:00 Consultation 10:30 Meet the Press '11:00 Camera Three 11:30 TBA 1£:30 Basketball 3:00 The Best in Basketball 3:30 T.B.A. 4:00 News Special 5:00 Magician 6:00 Emergency 10:00 TBA 11:00 News 11:15 The Law and You 11:45 Travelure MONDAY 6:15 Our World 6:45 Salute Agriculture 7:00 Today Show 3:00 Today in Montana 8:30 Pydramid 9:00 Gambit 9:30 Hollywiood Squares 10:00 Bank-0 10:30 Jeopardy 10:55 News    - 11:00 Price is Right 11:30 As-The World Turns 12:00 Days of our Lives 12:30 Doctors 1:00 Another World 1:30 New Match Game 2:00 Secret Storm 2:30 Mike Douglas 4:00 Joker's Wild 4:30 News 5:00 News 5:30 News 7:00 World Of Disney K»B Qr««t Fall* Channal S (CaMavialon Ch. 11) 5:00 Bing Crosby Golf 6:00 aonny and Cher 7:00 Star Trek 6:00 The Right lo Die 9:00 Grid 10:00 News 10:15 News Special 11:15 News ' 11:30 Holler News SUNDAY 6:30 Farm News 7:00 Closeup 7:30 Me«t » Friend 8:00 Revival Fires 8:30 Gospel Hour 9:30 Make A Wish 10:00 Kid Power 10:15 News, Special Report 10:30 Osmonds 11:00 H, R. Pufnsiuf 12:00 This is the Life 12:30 Howard Cosell Special 1:30 Wide World of Sports 3:00 Bing Crosby Golf 5:00 Wild Kingdom 5:30 Bobby Goldsboro 6:00 Revival Fir« Hawaii Sp. 7:00 FBI 8:00 Movie: TBA 10:00 Nows 10:15 Bob Newharl 10:45 Good Old Nashville Music 11:15 News 11:30 Insight MONDAY 6:55 Farm News 7:00 Captain Kangaroo 8:00 Morning News 9:00 ‘''idrey 9:30 .iict! LaLanne 10:00 Young and the Restless 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 1 ’00 All my Childrden T- 30 Let s Make a Deal !:00 Newlywed Game ’2:30 News 1:00 General Hospital 1:30 One Lile 3:00 Love. American Style ?:30 Wizard of Odds no Three on a Malch 3: 3 Girl In My Life <:00 Spfit Seconff-4:30 Brady Bunch 5:00 Password 5:30 News 6:00 Sugar Sew! FAMILY: World »f OltMy, 6 p.m.. Ch. 7. A two-part mystery adventure about two b<^» and a girl who write winning essays that put them into city govenitnent for a day. , COMEDY: Soaay and Cher, 7:3* p.m.. Ch. 13. FootbaU sUr O. J. Simpson and singe^acto^ Teddy Neely are the s[wial guests. CRIME DRAMA: McMUIao and Wife, 8 p.m.. Ch. ». The pursuit of a traitorous double agent vrho has killed an old friend from Mac’s spying days.    . COMEDY: Dick Vaa Dyke, 8:3a p.m., Ch. 7. Dick works hard to keep his TV job but a fight scene lands him In a neck brace. INTERVIEW: Witness To Yesterday, 8:3« p.m.. Ch. 13. A 13-part half-hour controversial interview series based on psycho-historical reconstruction on insights into the mind^ ai^ . personalities of the most famous figures in history. V CRIME DRAMA: The Collaborators, 9 p.m., Ch.i7. A skeleton is discovered at a construction site and the forensic lab identifies the man as the victim of a iiO-year-old crime. REPORT: Ombudsman, 10:30 p.m.. Ch. 7. The debdt of a biweekly series that seeks to gain r^ress for individuab l(angl-ed in a maze of red tape. '    : MOVIE ADVENTURE: “From Hell to Boraeo,*' midnight, Ch. 7. A soldier of fortune fights off pirates and gangsters to keep control of his privately-owned island.    \ ' MONDAY EDITOR’S NOTE - Viewers are reminded that the iJiiited States has gone back to Daylight Saving Time as an energy crisis move and as a result American programs will be ruit an hour earlier.    , , , • MOVIE DRAMA: "The Young Savages,” 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A slum-bom district attorney battles street gangs in a qu^t for justice.    . Programs are listed by the Radio and Televisen Statiorí3, Any variation in program schedule <a due to last-minute changes by the stations and la not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHKC .    SATUflOAIt 6:00 Buryle Clark 12:00 John Oliver 12:30 News, Sports, Wthr. 6:00 Paul Tessler 12:00 Roy Rennick ■ ■    SUNDAY 7:00 Leo Dow {Music We Remember) 7:30 Indian News Media saturd.w night 5:40 Sports ■ 5:53 NeviS 6:00 Show Case 7:00. Stan Bailey Show 1:00 Barry Hegland SUNDA'i . 6:00 News 6:03 Canadian Concert Hall ■ . 7:00 Bfackfoot Indian Program ' 7:30 Family Favorites 8:00 News    ■ . 8:15 Christian Science 9:05 Memories—George Brown . 9:00. 10:00. 11:00 News Sporis, Wtilr. Sports Scores 8:30, 9:30' - 10:30.11:30 11:30 Sunday Magazine 12:30 Nevws ■1:00 Jim Parsons Show ' 8:00 Leo Dow 8:45 Sports . 9:00 Leo Dow 12:30 News, Weather Sports 1:00 Jack Neufeld 6:00 Roy Rennick 6:45 Ind. Baptist Church 7:00 Qqspel Hour 7:30 Back to iSod Hour 8:00 Roy Rennick CJOC 3:10 Cross Country Checkup 5:00 Mike LeBlanc Show 6:00 Elvis Presley Special 8:00 Entertainers 11:03 Capital Report ' 10:00 Hour Ol Decision 10:30 Sunshin Evangel ' , MONDAY '■ 6:05 Jack Thys Show 7:50 News, Wtiir, Sport 8:35 Phone Bill Show , 10:05 Gord Whitehead Show 11:00 Jack Thys 12:00 Hour of Information 13:30 News, Wthr, sport 1:00 News and Grain Prices 1:03 Gord Whitehead Show 3:05. Jim Parsons Show 5:25 Sports 5:40 Market Report 5:50 Local News . 6:00 World at Sin CHIC'FM 100.9 MUNDAY thru KRIDAV 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaSter 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-0 6 p.m.-IO p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Conciej SATURDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon □on McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Don Hedman SATlirtriAY NIGHT 5    p.m.-la.m. Oell-O SUNDAYS'’, ; 6    a.m.-l p.m.    . .' Conderisiii^rtures ' and Encores (Bob Concie) ' 1-2    p.m. The Qasihaus Hour (German ■ . program) 2-6    p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts. Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) CSR 1:03 Native Voice of Alberta 2:03 Metropolitan Opera • 6:10 Symphony Hall 8:03 C0C Stage 9:00 Canadian Concert Hall 10:03 Anthology 11:05 Orchestral Concert 12:03 Just Jazi . SUNDAY 7:05 Sunday Morning 8:05 Sunday Morning 8i45 Children's Stol^ Time 9:0S Sunday Magazine    . 10:03 Sunday SupplemenI 10:59 Time Signal 11:05 Capital Report 12:03 Entertainers 2:10 Cross Country Ctieck-Up . 4:03 .NHL 5:03 Sherlock Holmes 7:03 Quebec Now 8:10 Sounds of Sport 8:30 Regional Orchestra 9:03 Vancouver Chamtjer Orchestra 10:03 Gilmer's Album 11:03 The Bush and the Salon 12:03 Warner's Waxworks -MONDAY 6:00 Warm Up 6:05 Eye Opener 8:00 World at 8 8:05 Calgary Eye Opener 9:00 World at Nine ■ 9:13 This Country 10:59 Time Signal 12:03 Radio Noon 1:55 Stockmarkel 2:03 School Broadcast 2:30 Off the Record 3:30 Max Ferguson a:00 BBC News 4:05 Home Run . 6:00 World at Sl)( 6:30 As It Happens M,000 WINNER Pictured above from left to right are Mr. Stu Creighton sales manager of Chinook Beverages limited, Mrs. a. Daktor and George Daktor of 32712th St, S. E„ Medicine Hat, and Mr, Peter Enns, (general manager of Chinook Beverages Limited. Although Mrs. Dakior seems to have the firmer grip on the cheque, it was George who was the lucky holder or a $1,000 "i'OKER CAPS I!" hand. Congratulations and a posperous new year George, from Pepsi Cola. lifiRCHIVtiicoi ;