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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, January 18, 1975 OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, JANUARY 19th 2 to p.m. l'. 1223 St. Charles Rd. This Sunday drive down St. Charles Rd. Pull up in front of the big cedar finished split level. Come in and take a look around. Full price Financing avail- able. Your hostess. LENA PEACOCK 32770888 1040 Fern Crescent 1040 Fern Crescent quiet district, 1040 sq. ft. bungalow on 60 x 100 ft. lot, 3 bedroom with dining area plus basement with recreation room and workshop. BBC 10034. Your host: GORDON LUNDE 328-4874 Low, Low Price That's right.. There are still a few low priced houses around. This three year old three bed- room house has lots of room. Wall to wall carpet. Yard is fenced, and land- scaped. Drapes and curtains are also in- cluded in the low price. BB739Z4. Call: ART JOHNSON 3274737 Low Down Payment Real nice eight year old three bed- room house. Has fully developed basement with bath.i L-shaped living and dining room com- pletely redecorated. Located on a quiet street close to schools. BB895Z4. To view call: ART JOHNSON 327-2737 Well Landscaped 1200 sq, ft. 3 bedroom bungalow room. Bedroom, bath and rumpus room in full basement. No. 814Z4. To view call: MARLENE PAUL 328-1459 Taber Older 2 bedroom rhpme In a good location. Lot well landscaped. Low down payment. BBC- 847Z6. Call: LENA PEACOCK 328-2356 or 327-0888 Semi- Detached In Coaldale, yours; for only down'. Less than 1 year old, newly de- corated. Yard land- scaped. BBC905Z6. Call: LENA PEACOCK 328-2356 or 327-0888 BLOCK jjrgBRos. TOP TWO SALESMEN for ihi Monti of DECEMBER 1974 GEORGE STONEHOUSE 653-3182 MARLENE PAUL 328-1459 "SUCCESS THRU SERVICE" WE TRADE HOMES J.B. STOKKE 321-8586 STU SHORTT 234-2128 JIM REAY 327-0035 Home N.R.S. Catalogue Canada Wide Service Complete Financing Interest Free Loans Guaranteed Home Trade Open 9 to 9 BLOCK OBROS. 1240-3rd Avt. South Phone 328-2356 ART JOHNSON 327-2737 AMhrtmtMgr. LAZANUK 1M-7M1 New 4 Level Split North Side This gorgeous, 3 bedroom home has just beem com- pleted. Located in newer, developed area. Attractive brick cedar finish. Call: PAYREAY 328-8073 A restaurant? An A half duplex? A house? A lot? I have it for you. Please give me a call: FRANS 328-1262 Convenient Location This lovely new split level home is situated convenient- ly to everything. Developed levels bath MLS. JIMREAY 327-0035 Split Level 4 levels of living area sq. ft. on 1 and 2 levels. This brand new house features cedar brick ex- 'terior finish cement side drive. A very good buy. BBC 7508. For someone that likes to walk down town close in on 7th St. S, 2. bed- room cottage with new furnace, 220 wiring, lets have your offers. BBC 904. Call: JOHN 327-3440 13th St. N. For the mechanic or handy man this property has a 34x 36 ft. garage for some extra revenue, plus a neat 2 bed- room home to live in. All this 'for BBC 907. Call: JOHN EISENBARTH 327-3440 TV highlights SATURDAY SPECIAL: KRTV News Special, 7 p.m., Ch. 9. Guests from the city of Great Falls are featured on a program discussing the future priorities of their government. MUSIC: Banjo Parlor, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. Host Marty Gillan and program regulars are joined by singer Michael Vincent. VARIETY: Ceilidh, p.m., Ch. 7. CRIME DRAMA: Police Woman, p.m., Ch. 9. Angle Dickinson must serve as a body guard for a black, Marxist female who is a virtual magnet for threats from hate groups. SUNDAY AGRICULTURE: Country Canada, p.., Ch. 7. This show takes a look at the history of farm machinery. CULTURE: Arts '75, p.m., Ch. 7. With interviews and looks at various contemporary art, Pat Patterson hosts the program. NATURE: Untamed World, 5 p.m., Ch. 13. A look at Europe's predatory animals. COMEDY DEBUT: Jeffersons, 5 p.m., Ch. 9. Sherman Hemsley and Isabel Sanford star in a new series, beginning with a move to a prosperous part of Manhattan. NATURE: Wild Kingdom, 5 p.m., Ch. 11. A look at ways to preserve polar bears in Canada. VARIETY SPECIAL: Don Rickles, p.m., Ch. 9. Many well-known performers appear with Don as he demonstrates his skill as the "master of insult" in an hour of caustic comedy. MUSIC: Bobby Goldsboro, p.m., Ch. 11. Bobby gives a tribute to the late Jim Croce. MUSIC: Irish Rovers, p.m., Ch. 7. The Irish Rovers are on location in Edmonton, with a rousing selection of Cana- dian songs. DOCUMENTARY SPECIAL: Encounter with Cancer, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. An in-depth look at man's struggle to survive cancer and also science's search for a cure. DRAMA: Performance, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. "Baptizing" centres on a high school girl who comes of age in a small Ontario com- munity during the 1950s. Michael McVarish, Robert Martyn and Wendy Thatcher star. SPECIAL: Entertainer of the Year Awards, p.m., Ch. 11. Jackie Gleason hosts a program of celebrities, songs, com- edy and awards as the American Guild of Variety Artists honor nightclubs and stage entertainers in the fifth annual ceremony. Oddities In the news KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (Reu- ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) ter) Woodrow Harvey was A 24-year-old construction in such a hurry to go to the worker was convicted Thurs- bathroom that he fired five day of wearing a disguise and pistol shots through the lock of fined under an obscure the closed door as his son-in- Virginia law. law, already in occupation, Juan Guillermo Bohmwald, scrambled for safety out the who was arrested after wan- window, dering around a drug store "I was just trying to shoot wearing a fake beard, dark the bathroom door open. It glasses and a stocking cap, was locked and I had to get in was convicted of violating a Harvey, 58, told a state law originally designed court here when he appeared to bar the wearing of hoods by on a felonious assault charge the Ku Klux Klan. brought by his wife.------- Judge Jewell Watson re- duced the charge to simple assault and imposed a six- month suspended sentence. "I advise you to get an ex- tra key to that bathroom so J.0" h IL H have to g0' ne PEPSI RADIO AND TV LISTINGS .Saturday O Ironside 0 Wrestling (D Good Ole Nashville Music (D Jimmy Dean (B News 01 Mary Tyler Moore 0 Lawrence Welk D Hockey Night In Canada Toronto at Montreal IB Oil Report IB Kingo Bingo ID Bob Newhart O News ID Emergency 01 Kung-Fu (D Banjo Parlour O Movie: Scorpio (D Movie: W.U.S.A. O Ceilidh Garner Ted Armstrong a Sixty Minutes U Agriculture U.S.A. a Arts '75 a Question Period a Animal World a Wild Kingdom a The .Icffcrsons Untamed World a Music To See O Don Rickles Special Six Million Dollar Man a Bobby Goldsboro a Music Machine i Stalions Any vali changes by the Ala B World of Disney 0) Lucas Tanner O All In The Family (B Adam 12 O Disney (D Six Million Dollar Man ID Movie: McMillan and Wife O Beach Combers B Irish Rovers a Movie: McMillan and Wife a Waltons (D Movie: The Heartbreak Kid IB Rockford Files a Cancer Q Adam 12 B) W5 O Performance ID News 0) Entertainer of the Year Awards a Ombudsman O Movie: The Dead Don't Die IB News B National a Nations Business ID News a Tommy Banks Show ID Oil Report ID In Conversation ID News 0) Merv Griffin 0) Insight a Movie: Butterfield 8 Monday Morning IB Thought for the Day ID Farm News IB University of the Air B Pinnochio 0) News O Understanding Our World a Wizard of Oz ID Yoga O Salute to Agriculture a Farm City Today ID Captain Kangaroo IB Canada AM O Today Show B Klaras Korner N a Tales of the River Bank ID A.M. America B Juliette and Friends a Ed Allen IE) Romper Room ID Come Alive 8 Access (School Telecest) ID Audrey O Today In Montana 01 Love of Life 0 Hollywood Squares 01 News B Alberta Schools 0) Life Style 01 Young and Restless Q Jackpot IB Pay Cards 0 Blank Cheque a Dress Up 01 Search For Tomorrow O News ID Ail'My Children ID It's Your Move B Sesame Street 0 Celebrity Sweepstakes ID Galloping Gourmet ID Let's Make A Deal Q As The World Turns Q Days of Our Lives ID Buckshot B Dale Harney Magic 01 Pyramid ID Woody Woodpccker O The Doctors B Partridge Family Q) News (D General Hospital O The Price Is Right tt) Movie: A Cold Night's Death B Movie: Once You Kiss A Stranger O Match Game O> One Life to Live ID The Money Maze Q.Tatllctales ID What's The Good Word Q Wheel of Fortune B Edge of Night a T.B.A. 0) He Knows She Knows a Our Town O Gambit B Now You Sec It a Another World The Big Showdown Adrienne at Large Split Second Family Court B Joker's Wild a Dr. Zonk Zimkins a Definition Brady Bunch ONews NEW YORK (AP) Strip- per Patti Wayne says she is 40-23-36 and not one inch of it looks like Representative Wil- bur Mills of Arkansas. Patti is. suing WABC-TV news reader Roger Grimsby for for making that comparison. The stripper had been hired last December to replace REDDING, Calif. (AP) Sheila Letherwood, 24, filed Wednesday for the annulment of marriages to four hus- bands. Her lawyer, Archer Pugh, told a county court that Miss Leatherwood thought she looks like Congressman someone else would be taking Mills." care of the divorces each "This was false and untrue time, and she never worried and subjected me to ridicule about them until now. and Patti count- Pugh didn't say why she ered Thursday in papers filed suddenly became concerned. in court. Mill's friend, Fanne Foxe, the famed Tidal Basin Bombshell who was ill. Following an interview seg- ment shown on an evening newscast, Grimsby is alleged to have said: "For my money, CHEC 1090 Saturday Newsis20min. to the hour and 20 minutes after p.m. News, Wthr., Sport Sunday a.m. Indian News Media a.m. Sports p.m. Canada Winter Games Review p.m. News, Weather, Sports p.m. Ind. Baptist Church Gospel Hour p.m. Back to God Hour News is 20 min. to the hour and 20 minutes after Ik- Saturday Night CJOC 1220 Sports News Show Casi Sunday News Canadian Concert Hall Blackfoot Indian Program Family Favorites News Christien Science News Sports, Wthr. Sports Scores Saturday Sunday Magazine News Cross Country Checkup Rock On Entertainers Capital Report Hour of Decision Sunshine Evangel Monday News, Wthr., Sport Phone Bill Show Hour of Information News, Wlhr., Sport News and Grain Prices Sports Market Report Local News World at Six CHEC-FM 100.9 p.m. Concerts, Overtures and Encores Concie's Carousel (All Night) Sunday a.m. Concerts, Overtures and Encores p.m. Gasthaus Hour (German Program) Concerts, Overtures and Encores Midnight Sign Off CBR 1010 Saturday Night Radio Exchange Symphony Hall C.B.C. Stage My Music CBC Halifax Orch. Anthology Orchestral Concert Just Jazz Sunday Sunday Morning Concert Sunday Morning Children's Story Time Sunday Magazine Sunday Supplement Capitol Report The Entertainers Gilmor's Album Cross Country Checkup Spin-Off N.H.L. Sound of Sports CBC Playhouse Vancouver Chamber Orch Quebec Now The Bush and the Salon Warner's Waxworks Monday Warm Up Eye Opener World at Seven World at Eight .Calgary Eye Opener B.B.C. News This Country In The Morning Time Signal Radio Noon Your Forum School Broadcast Off The Record The World at Six AMATEUR BOXING ALBERTA-ELIMINATION tor Canada Winter Games Reps Featuring the best amateurt in Alberta JANUARY 18th Held At Lethbridge 5th Avenue and 18th Street South p.m. AdmiMlon tl.OO per person. ;