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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-12,Lethbridge, Alberta t — THE LETHIHIDOE HERALD — Sftturdiy. January 12.1974Actor files $2 million damage suit NEW YORK (Reuter) -Actor Steve McQueen sued CBS and five Japanese firms today for f2 million for allegedly using his name and photograph for commercial purposes without his c(Hisent. McQueen charged violation of privacy in his suit filed in federal court. Court papers say CBS hired McQueen in June, 1966, to star in the movie Le Mans which it produced. He charged that, in violation of his rights, CBS allegedly licensed Towa Co. Ltd. to distribute the film in Japan and cave other Japanese defendants permission to use his name and photo in advertising their various products. The defendants have 20 days to answer the,charges. ATLANTA* Ga. (AP) -Junior Samples, .star of the TV’s Hee Haw show, has be«i acquitted of battery charges brought by a woman who claimed she was hit while try* ing to introduce a friend to samples. Samples told Criminal Court Judge Woodrow Tucker that he did not slap or hit Joyce Flanagan Almond in the incident at an American Legion Club last Feb. 25. "I’m a lover, not a fighter,”’ the 285-pound Samples told the judge. Samples testified Mrs. Almond had been trying to get him to dance with her and had been interrupting him to introduce friends. He said she followed him' outside. “She came up behind me and pulled my necktie," Samples said. 'i told her, ‘Quit,' but I’m not saying I didn’t touch her.” In ruling in Samples’ favor, Judge Tucker told Mrs. Almond she should not have followed Samples out of the dance, BURLINGAME. Calif. (AP) - Singer Bing Crosby, in satisfactory condition at a hospital here, is suffering from pneumonia that has caused an abscess in his left lung, his doctor says. The 69-year-old entertainer was cheerful despite a fever of about 100 degrees and moderate chest pains. . Crosby was admitted to , hospital New Year’s Eve for pleurisy.___ MEXICO CITY (Reuter) -Mexican mural painter David Alfaro Siqueiros bequeathed his works to the people of Mexico in his last testament announced here.    , His widow, Angelica Arenal Bastar de ¡Siqueiros, told s news conference he left little money for his family. Siqueiros, the last of Mexico’s three great muralists and a revolutionary who was -jailed and exiled at various times, died of cancer last Sunday at the age of 77. He left the gallery and his workshop in the summer resort of Cuernavaca, including his paintings, books and archives there, to the Mexican people. Mrs. Siqueiros was appointed executor.    ‘ ' Asked how much money Siqueiros had left, his widow said; “He left limited financial resources. Money is not important.” Mrs. Siqueiros said none of Mexico’s great muralists, including Diego Rivera and Jose Clemente Orozco, left money. Regina grows REGINA (CP) ~ Regina’s population at Dec. 31 was estimated at 145,600, up from the 1^,490 shown in the 1971 census. Steve McQueen Open Sunday - Jaiiuary 13,1974,2 - 4:30 p.m. 20!04^21arAVENUE NORTH Brouse around fdr a while in this luxurious three bedroom home. Your host - PETER - 329-3Z4S. M.L.S. 2122 PALM ROADi More than-1000 sq. ft. AND three bedrooms. Howibout a carport? A good South side location?. Close to Woolco? >f you do caiUIM. or as the I'Happy Gang" says 'Come On In' to 2122 Palm Road- Your Host:- JIM 328-8204. N.fl.S. 372-Z2.    . 5 Bedroom Home This home sits on 2V4 acr^s In Stirling and is well treed. Has gifrage and storage shed. Full price $20,000. N B.S- 412. NDyBarn>by-3Z7-6683 K^jntlyRede^r^d two bedroom home on 7th Avenue South. Has one bedroom In bj^áse-ment.- Nice lot. Full cprice $23,500. N.R.S. 355, Nof Bamik|-3Z7-<iM3 ElihNilt Three bedroom bungalow, exceptional basement development. $43,000. N.R.S. 419-Z2. MarliM Paul •328-1459 Reduced For quick sale. Tvno bedroom bungilow» double garaae, basement suite. Now only $37.000. N.R.S. 385<Z2. MirienePiul-328-1459 $22,900Ftllt Price Three year old three bedroom home, 1 Vj bath, over 1100 sq. ft., some basement development. Should qualify for home ownership proflram. N.R.S. 416-Z3 Us Mirtin-328-2464 Mix or Match New three bedroom home under construction on St. Basil Road. Clear title. 1120 sq. ft. Pick,your own carpet, paint and fixtures. N.R.S. 432. Lit Mania 32B-2W4 BLOCK MOS. SilKmn for ""““ÏTâ DANNT NAUtt 3»-4*ï7,, PETER PRESLANDr 329-324$ 4BedroMi Carport, large living room, 'A bath off maaler bedroom, fenced and tand-scaped. a 3/4 mortsag«. N R.S. 397-W . ■ fHir-32l-324S MARLENE PAUL mix LAZAMUtr 3n-T403 NOY ■ BARMABY 32T-HM TIM anisAK 3U>22M Pro4ucH0fl Minagar • Hmim N.R.a. CMIoom •    Canada WM* Sanie* •    Comptât« Financing •    N.'R.a.-M.L.B. LC« ■MARTIN 3ai-I4M JIM MATIU «»-•204 ' »TW •HORTT 127-4143 • imamt fraa Loan* Raaitor PiMna 32I-23S« • Opafl f to t a'uaraniaa<l ■wma trada JOHN Ei«EN*ARTH 327-3440 JAM TAM« 32MS» RAE HOPKiNS 127-0011 ‘SUCCftft THRU ttfivicr tÍImSSIÍi m-tm IMCM Am t. •TPKKI Executive Home Located on Normandy Road. Carport and garage Open beam celling, enclosed patio, full bath off iarge master bedroom. 9 percent mortgage. N.R.S. 415-Z3. Pitar-329-3245 Investors Opportunity Small trailer court, South of Lethbridge. Priced reasonable. Interested? N.R.S. 425-26. DinnyNHlt-329-4637 ForTheNewiyweds Nice two bedroom home In good condition. Just right for the young couple starting out. Utility section on main floor and home is nicely painted interested? N.R.S. 376-Z44671 Danny Niult'329-4637 Spacious & Gracious Nice south ,side location, beautifully landscaped. Three room suite with large basement windows. Double garage. Close to schools. N R.S. 385-Z2. 4883. To view this home call Danny Nailt-329-4637 Hospital Area Two large bedrooms on main floor, rumpus room In full basement plus a one bedroom suite. Doub* ie garage. Rock front and beautifully landscaped. $37,000. N.R.S. 385-Z2 BiHIJzanik-328-7402 NNdAGood iMxpensive Home? This home is fully developed. Total of three bed-ooms, full basement, rumpus room, new shag rug, 220 wiring and in good condition. Close to shopping, churches and schools. $18,750. N.R.Sr. 423-24. imuzirlift 328-7402 We trade homes BLOCK BROS. TV highlights •01Î EDITOR’S NOTE; For Canadians wbo buy the TV Guide, the times listed in this week’s Issue {or U.S. programs are in error. Instead of talcing one hour off for Dayli^t Saving Time an extra hour has been added. An example is the Super Bowl, shown as 2 p.m. on Channel 9. This should have read 12 noon. Take two hours off listed times on all programs seen on Channels 9 and 11, Great Falls. SATURDAY SPORT: NHL Hockey, « p.m., Ch. 7. The New York Rangers meet the Canucks in Vancouver. CRIME DRAMA: Police Surgeon, 7:3« p.m., Ch. 13. An insurance investigator harasses a parolled Uüef in order to dis' cover the whereabouts of missing sécurités. MOVIE MYSTERY; “Harper”, » p.m.. Ch. 7. The story of a private eye whose search for a missing millionaire takes him into the seamy low-life of Southern California. COMEDY: Everything Goes, 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Host Norm Crosby welcomes headliners from all over the world. . MOVIE DRAMA: “That Cold Day in the Park", 12 midnight, Ch. 7. A repressed spinster and the odd young man she admits to her home. DOUBLE MOVIES: 12 midnight, and 1:50 a.m.. Ch. 13. The first feature is “A Countess from Hong Kong", written and directed by Charles Chaplin; the second movie is “Grand Slam”. SUNDAY SPECIAL: Musical World of the RCMP, 10:30 a.m.. Ch. 7. A cross-country review of ceremonies performed by the RCMP which celebrated its centennial in 1973. < . SPORT; Super Bowl, 12:30 p.m., Ch. 7. The Minnesota Vikings meet the defending champion Miami DoljAins in Houston. MOVIE DRAMA: “Brother John”, 5:30 p.m.. Ch. 13. A man returns to his home town in Alabama at a time of racial fermenL FAMILY: World of Disney, C p.m.. Ch. 7. Part II about a teenage inventor who overhears a plan for a land swindle and goes to work to uncover the plot. COMEDY; Sonny and Cher, 7:30 p.m., Ch. 13. Danny Thomas is the special guest with brief appearances by Ken Berry and George Foreman. PEPSi COLA’S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS CJOC-TV Cbanii«! 7 (C«M*vlel»n Gh. ft) 5;b0 6:00 8:30 9:00 11:00 11:15 11:20 11;3ff 12:00 B:30 9:00 9:30 9:45 10:00 10:30 11:30 12:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 7:00 7:30 8:30 9:00 10:00 SATURDAY HIQHT Bugs Bunny NHL Slngalong Jubilee Movie: Harper News Provincial AKairs News Music Machine Movie: That Cold Day In The Park SUNDAY Niv«n Miiler    ' Orai Rabarta N.F.B. Happy Hour Bibie Ciub Faith For Today R.C.M.P. Band Safety Round Up ■ Super Bowl Game Its Your World Sunday Hour Country Canada Dlslrlcl 7 Music 10 See The Irish Rovers Disney Beachcombers    .■ WaMons Dick Van Dyke The Collaborators Market Place 10:30 Present Tense . 11:00 News 11:1$ Nations Business 1t:S0 News    , : 11:30 Sunday Hour 12:00 Movie: , Boots Malona . MONDAY 6:00 Pinnochio G:30 Secrets Of the Kitchen 7:00 Farm and City Today 7:15 The Wizard Of Oi 7:30 Mon Ami/Friend!y Giant 6:00 Uncle Bobby S;30 Ed Allen 9:00 Installation ol new Governor 10:00 Alberta Schools 10:30 Mr. Dress Up 11:00 Sesame Street 12:00 Dale Harney Show 12:30 Trutti of Consequences 1:00 Lets Make a Deal 1:30 Mlnatrel Gallery 2:00 Our Town 2:30 Klara's Korner 3iOO Take. 30 3:30 Edge ol Night 4;00 Family Court    , 4:30 Drop In    ' 5:00 Hollywood Squares CPCN-TV l«thbrid«* Chaniwl 13 (Cabl*vl«lon Ch. 4| 6:00 6:10 6:30 7:00 7:30 fl;00 9:00 10:30 11:00 11:Z0 11:30 12:00 8:25 3:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 ‘5:30 SATunOAY NIGHT l^ews Oil Report Kingo Bingo Banjo Parlour Police Surgeon Star Lost    ^ Everyttiing Goes    - Sing E Good Song News ' News Know Your Sports Double Bill: 1.    Countess From Hong Kong 2.    Grand Slam SUNDAY Thought for Day‘ University of Air , Day of Discovery To You With Love 4-H Ciubtime Window on Britain On The Line Rural Report Rex Humbard Market Place Travel 74 Rev. Solbrekken Pentecost Presents Horst Koehler Eccentric Circle Garner Ted Armslrong Question Period Untamed World Movie: Brother John 7:00    The Brady Bunch 7:30    Sonny and Cher 0:30    Witness lo Yesterday 9:00    The Magician    . 10:00    W5 11:00    News 11:20    News 11:2S    Oil Report 11:30    In Conservation 12:00    Merv GrIKIn MONDAY 5:55    Thought tor Day ' 6:00    University of the Air 6:30    Yoga ■ . 7:00    Canada A.M. 0:30    Romper Room 9:00    This Week 0:15    Parlons Français ' 9:30    Polka Dot Door 10:00    Lifestyle : 10:30    Pay Cards 11:00    Fred Davis Show t1:30    Beat The Clock 12:00    Buckshot 12:30    Flintslones 1:00    Movie: Monkey ^ on My Back 2:30    Somerset    - 3:00    Another World 3:30    What's the Good Word 4:O0    Anything You Can Da 4:30    Mod Squad 5:30    Doctor in the House 5:5S    News ' 6:30    Ian Tyson KRTV Omit Full* Channal 3 |CaM*v)al«n Ch. fl| 4:00 S:00 6:00 6:30 7:00 9:00 9:30 10:30 B:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 ■8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 4:00 S:00 .6:00 7:00 8:30 9:00 SATURDAY Barnaby JoH«S Lawrence WelK Mary Tyler Moore Adam 12 Movie: Number One News Carol Burnett The Law and You SUNDAY Hair Bear Bunch Amazing Chan Lamp Unto My Feet Day of Discovery Kathryn Kuhlman Face of the Nation Consultatton Meet the Press Super Bowl VIII Magician Emergency World ol Disney Mystery Movie Lotsa Luck . Chase t0:00 Nows 10:15 The Law and You 10:45 Travelure MONDAY 5:15 Our World ' 5:45 Salute Agriculture 6:00 Today Show 7:00 Today in Montana 7:30 Pyramid 8:00 Gambit 8:30 Hollyvvjod Squares 9:00 Bank-0 9:30 Jeopardy 9:55 News 10:00 Price is Right 10:30 As The World Turns t1:00 Days ol our Lives 11:30 Doctors 12:00 Another World 12:30 New Match Game 1:00 Secret Storm 1:30 Mike Douglas 3:00 Joker's Wild 3:30 News 4:00 News 4:30 News KPMB Oraat Fall* Ch«nn«l « (Cabtavlalon Ch. 11) SATURDAY NIQHT 6:00 Movie; 4:00 Star Trek , True Grit 5:00 Sonny and Cher 9:00 News 6:00 Partidge Family 9:15 Bob Newhart 6:30 Movie: The Song ol 9:45 Good Old Nashville Katie Elder Music 9:00 New* 10:15 News 9:15 E.R.A. Ammendment Debate 10:30 Insight 10:1S News MONDAY .10:30 Changing Times S:S5 Farm News 11:00 Roller Games 6:00 Captain Kangaroo 7:00 Morning News SUNDAY 8:00 Audrey 5:30 Farm New* 8:30 JacK LaLanne 6:00 Closeup 9:00 Young and the Restless 6:30 Meet a Friend 9:30 Search ior Tomorrow 7:00 Revival Fires 10:00 All my Children 7:30 Gospel Hour 10:30 Let's Matie a D«a! 8:30 MaVa A Wish 11:00 Newly Wed " ? 9:00 Kid Power 11:30 News *:30 Osmond* 12:00 Qenerai Hospi 10:00 H.n. Pufnatuf 12:30 One Life 10:30 issM«'s and Answers 1:00 Love American Stylii 11:00 This is the Lite 1:30 Dinah's Place 11:30 Conversalion with Prof. 2:00 Three on a Match Raymond Aron 2:30 Girl in My Life 12:30 New* Year End Report 3:00 Split Second i:30 T.B.A, 3:30 Brady Buncfi 4:00 Wild Kingdom 4:00 Password 4:30 Botyby Qofdsboro 4:30 News «:00 T.B.A. 5:00 News CRIME DRAMA: The COUaboratOTfI p.m., Ch. 1. An indepth examination ot a current newsworthy topic as seen from domestic and international points of view. MOVIE DRAMA: “B««ti MaloM”, It midalsht, Ch. 7. A young boy leaves bome and meets a man wbo never had one and the older man trains hint to be a jockey. INTERVIEW; Merv Griffin, U midaiKht, Ch. 13. Television is discussed by Jack Klu^an, Florence Henderson and Barbara Feldon. MONDAY NEWS SPECIAL: » a.m., Ch. 7. Jules Leger is installed ax Canada’s 21st Governor General in the Senate Chamber at Ottawa. MOVIE BIOGRAPHY; “Monkey On My Back*’, 1 p.m.. Ch. 13. A true story of boxing champion Barney Ross and his fight against narcotics. Two-man. rail crews plan under study EDMONTON (CP) - A survey conducted by trainmasters and yardmen should tell the CNR whether two-man yard crews can work as efficiently as three-man crews, says Ted Rankin, president of Local 1122 of the Unit^ Transportation Union. Mr. Rankin said the survey was introduced following union opposition last fall to a management directive that the size of crews be cut to two men from the traditional th^ except when dai^erous cargo was being handled. ' Yardmen are responsible for marshalling rail cars from the main line to spurs, unloading them and returning them to trains on the main line. The current study into the performance of two-member crews in and near Edmonton follows recent derailments and charges of mismanagement. program^ are listed by the Radio and Televisen Stations. Any variation in program schedule Is due to iast-mlnule changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHKC .    SATURDAY 6:00 Buryle .Clark 12:00 John Oliver 12:30 News, Sports, Wthr. 6:00 Paul Tessier 12:00 Roy Rennick SUNDAY 6:00 Roy Rennick 7:00 Lea Dow (MubIc ■ We Remember) 7:30 Indian News Medja SATURDAY NIQHT 5:40 Sports 5:53 News 6:00 Show Case . 7:00 Stan Bailey Show 1:00 Barry Hegland SUNDAY 6:00 News    ' . 6:03 Canadian Concert Hall 7:00 giclfoot Indian ; Proeram 7:30 family Favorites, a;00 News 8:1 S Christian Scle™ 0:OS Memories—GttirBe Brown 9:00, 10:00, 11:00 News Sports, Wthr. Sports Scores 8:30, 9:30 10:30, 11:30 11:30 Sunday Magazine 12:30 News 1:00 Jim Parsons Show 8:00 Leo Dow 8:45 Sports 9:00 Leo Dow 12:30 News, Weather Sports 1:00 Jack Neuteld 6:00 Roy Renriick 6:45 Ind. Baptist Church 7:00 Gospel Hour 7:30 Back to Ood Hour ' 6:00 Roy Rennick CJOC 3:10 Cross Country Checkup 5:00 Mike LaBlane Show ■ 6:00 Rock On 5:00 Entertainers 11:03 Capital Report 10:00 Hour of Decision 10:30 Sunshin Evangel MONDAY .6:05. Jack Thys.Show * 7:50 News, Wlhr,.'^pbn B;35 Phone Bill'Show . ^ 10:05 Qord Whitehead Show 11.;op Jack Thys 12:00 Hour ol infornnation 12:30 News. Wthr. Sport 1:00 News and Grain Prices 1:05 Gord Whitehead Show 3:05 Jim Parsons Show 5:25 Sports 5:40 Market Report 5:50 Local Nows 6:00 World at Six    ' CHBC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 a.m.-12 roon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 6 p.m.-IO p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m.-l2 midnight Concerts, Overlures and Encores (Bab Conie) SATURDAY 6 a.m.-IS noon Don McMasler 12 noon-8 p.in. and Encores .    SATURDAY NIOHT 1:03 Native voice of Aibena 2:03 Metropolitan Opera 6:10 Symphony Hall S:03 CBC Stage 9:00 Canadian Concert Hall 10:03 Anthology 11:05 Orchesiral Concert 12:03 Just Jazz SUNDAY 7:05 Sunday Morning 8:05 Sunday Morning B:4S Children's Story Time 9:05 Sunday Magazine 10:03 Sunday Supplement 10:59 Time Signal 11:05 Capitai Report 12:03 Entertainers 2;10 Cross Country ChBcl<-Up 4:03 NHL S:03 Sherlock Holmes 7:03 Quebec Now 8:10 Sound# Of Sport Don Hedman 6 p.m.-l a.m. Dell-O SUNDAYS 6 a.m.-l p.m. Concens, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concle) 1-2    p.m. The (Sasthaus Hour (Sertnan Program) 2-6    p.m, Don Hedman 6 p.m.-l 2 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) CBR 8:30 9:03 10:03 11:03 12:03 6:00 6:05 8:00 8:05 9:00 9:13 10:59 12:03 1:55 2:03 2:30 3:30 4:00 4:05 6:00 6:30 Regional Orchestra Vancouver Chamber Orchestra Giimor's Album The Bush and the Salon Warner's Waxworks MONDAY Warm Up Eye Opener World at e Calgary Eye Opener World at Nine This Country Tinne Signal Radio Noon Stockmarket School Broadcast 0» the Record Max Ferguson BBC News Home Run World at Six As II Happens Pictured above is Miss Brenda Danielson of 142313th Ave- S., enjoying her hot dog and "PEPSI", during the annual SCHOOL PATROL SKATING PARTY, held Friday, Decemtwr 14th. at Henderson ic* Centre. ■'Chinook Beverages Limited” donated the.dflnks for the party, keep up the good work kids. > N c ivs:-» I'KiiHflGfl iVf' ss com ;