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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, January 25, 1975 OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, JANUARY 26th 2 to p.m. 935 9th ST. S. Looking for a house at a reasonable price? Come on over Sunday after- noon and have a look at this three bedroom house. Brand new wall to wall throughout. On a large lot. Your host will be: ARTJOHNSON 1727 ST. EDWARD BLVD. Under North Side Nice older 4 bedroom home. Lots of Hying space. Spacious remodelled kitchen with lots of cupboards. Large lot. Come out and see this home that's just been listed for sale. Your host: JIM REAY 327-0035 1718-St. Andrews Road This deluxe new 3 bedroom home needs to be lived In, It has many extras and is priced right to. sell, see you at p.m. Your host Is: JOHN EISENBARTH 327-3440 Better Than New That's right all the kinks have been taken out of this 3 bedroom 4 level split level. 3 levels completely finished 4th level use your imagination. Priced to sell today. BBC 11098. Frank Tinordi 327-3478 Lots of Lots Building lots south side, north side, west side, acre and 1% acres ready to build on in West Lethbridge. If you are waiting for a new acreage sub- division you may be waiting for a long time. BBC 960. Call me now: Frank Tinordi 327-3478 Quiet Street in Coaldale 962 sq. ft. of living area. Immediate possession. 2 bed- rooms upstairs, 1 Well fenced carpeted. Terms can be ar- ranged. BBC 913Z6. Karl 345-3462 Over 1200 sq. ft. Be sure to have a look at this lovely home. There are three bedrooms up and two bedrooms In the developed' basement. In like new condition. Also carport included in the low price.-'to view call: Art Johnson 327-2737 BLOCK jTjpos. TOP TWO SALESMEN for tin Mwtti o! DECEMBER 1974 "SUCCESS THRU SERVICE" TRADED HOMES Home N.R.S. Catalogue Canada Wide Service Complete Financing Interest Free Loans Guaranteed Home Trade Open 9 to 9 BLOCK JBROS. 1240-3rd Ave. South Phone 328-2356 AnlMmtMgr. Mortgage at Just what you have been looking for. Over 1100 sq. ft. In this three bedroom house. And it's only three years .old. Fenced and land- scaped. Let's have a look at it. You will be glad you did. BB739Z4. Call: Art Johnson 327-2737 low Down Payment Real nice eight year' old three bedroom house. Has fully developed base- ment with bath. L- shaped living and dining room cp'm- pletely redecorated. Located on a quiet street close to schools. BB895Z4. To view call: Art Johnson 327-2737 Brand New 3 bedroom bunga- low. 1144 sq. ft. Carpeted through- out. Carport. No. 9329. To view call: Marlene Paul 328-1459 Woolco 3 be'droom split level. Family room, bath P.I.T. No. 11098. To view call: Marlene Paul 328-1459 TV highlights SATURDAY VARIETY SPECIAL: Ann-Magret Olsson, p.m., Ch. 9. In an hour of songs, dances, clowns and swimming, Ann-Magret is joined by Tina Turner and the Rob Isove dancers. MUSIC: That Good Ole Nashville Music, 5 p.m., Ch. 11. Scheduled to appear on the program are Archie Campbell, Charlie Walker, Del Reeves and Dottie West. MUSIC: Jimmy Dean, p.m., Ch. 11. Faron Young is the guest on this week's show. MUSIC: Banjo Parlor, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. Marty Gillan and the regulars are joined by singer Milinda Whitaker. VARIETY: Ceilidh, p.m., Ch. 7. Debbie Fraser and Bill Hbsie appear with Alasdair Gilles and the gang. DRAMA: Night Stalker, 10 p.m., Ch. 11. Darren McGavin is out to find animated mannequins who are suspect as death strikes in the world of high fashion. CRIME-DRAMA: Police Woman, p.m., Ch. 9. Angie Dickinson as Pepper must protect a black, Marxist female. CURRENT EVENTS: Provincial Affairs, p.m., Ch. 7. SUNDAY CHILDREN: Make a Wish, a.m., Ch. 11. The family is taken on a ride aboard a New Orleans tugboat. AGRICULTURE: Country Canada, p.m., Ch. 7. A report on feed grain in Canada is scheduled. MUSIC: Music to See, 5 p.m., Ch. 7. Robert Burns' poems have been set to music and are sung by Christine Chandler and Bill Hosie. NATURE: Untamed World, 5 p.m., Ch. 13. Covered today is how men take body measurements and collect blood samples from polar bears. DRAMA SPECIAL: American Parade, p.m., Ch. 9. "The Case Against Milligan" has Richard Basehart portraying a Confederate sympathizer. Alice Drummond and David Rounds also star. MUSIC: Bobby Goldsboro, p.m., Ch. 11. Bobby is join- ed by Sami Jo. MUSIC: Irish Rovers, p.m., Ch. 7. Many bouncing selections are heard from the Irish Rovers who are in Victoria. DRAMA: Performance, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. "Last of the Four Letter Words" stars Jayne Eastwood and Les Carison and is about a young woman's traumatic experiences after she learns she has cancer. .DOCUMENTARY SPECIAL: Human Journey, 10p.m., Ch. 13. "Adolescence" has interviews with youths who are between childhood and adulthood and yet are individuals in their own right. VARIETY: Carol Burnett, p.m., Ch. 11. Carol and the regulars have William Conrad and the Jackson 5 appearing on their program. MONDAY CURRENT EVENTS: Take 30, p.m., Ch. 7. Wendy O'Flaherty hosts the first part of "Sex with an inter- view with doctors and patients involved in Vancouver and Calgary sex clinics. Saturday. o Ann Margaret Special Q Wrestling O> Good Ole Nashville Music at Jimmy Dean (D News fj) Mary Tyler Moore O Lawrence Welk O Hockey Night In Canada Oil Report OJ Kingo Bingo Q) Bob Newhart Q Emergency QD Emergency 09 Kung-Fu IE) Banjo Parlour O Movie: The Scalphunters Q) Movie: The Detective O Ceilidh flD On the Line OD Movie: Colombo O Movie: Green Berels (Part I) O News 0) Night Stalker O Policewoman ID News _ O National (D News B Provincial Affairs OD News a Movie; 1. Green Berets (Part III 2. 1. W. Coop OD News OD Cliff Edwards O Focus 11 Rock Concert Op Movies: 1. The Guru 2. Convict Stage Sunday Q Pinnochio ft U.S. of Archie O. Niven Miller CD Agriculture U.S.A. ID This Is The Life O Bailey's Comet O Crossroads 09 Thought for the Day ft Reach Out flD Dwayne Friend W University On The Air O Homer James O Max Solbrekken O Day of Discovery QP Hex Humbard 00 4-H Club O Oral Roberts O Kathiyn Kunlman 09 Day of Discovery IB To You With LoVe ID Make A Wish Q Face the Nation O I Believe In Miracles 09 Market Place QD Lassie's Rescue Rangers O Faith For Today O Face The State flD Goober and the Ghost Chasers Q Meet the Press ID Rex Humbard O Reach For The Top (D Christopher Closeup O District 7 Q Sports Spectacular O Howie Meeker (D Issues and Answers Behind The Score Men's Superstars O Happy Hour Bible 12: 15 O Just For You IZJO O Celebrations Q N.B.A. Basketball O Agap ID Wide World of Sport O Country Canada 09 Debate 75 D Onedin Line ID Max Solbrekken O Irrigation Country OD Horst Koehler OD Golf Ding Crosby National Pro-Am O Behind the Score a Pentecost Presents O Consolation 09 Help Someone Today Speaking Out 09 Garner Ted Armstrong O Sixty Minutes H Arts '75 09 Question Period OD Wild Kingdom Q Thi- Jeffersons 09 Untamed World 9 Music To See Q Milligan OD Six Million Dollar Man ffi Bobby Goldsboro O Music Machine O World of Disney ID Lucas Turner Q All In The Family OD Adam 12 a Disney 09 Six Million Dollar Man IE) Movie: McCloud O Beach Combers o Irish Rovers O Movie: McClmid e Waltons (D Movie: Gnarly SB Rockford Files Q Performance Q Adam 12 QD Human Journey O Market Place QD News III Carol Burnett O Ombudsman O Movie: Death Stalk OD News National O Nation's Business 09 News (D News O Tommy Banks Show (B Oil Report. 09 In Conversation 09 Insight OD Merv Griffin a Movie: Big Circus Monday Morning QD Thought for the Day ID Farm News 09 University of the Air O Pinnochio OD News O Understanding Our World 0 Wizard of Oz OD Yoga Q Salute to Agriculture O Farm City Today QD Captain Kangaroo 09 Canada AM O Today Show a Klaras Korher B Tales of the River Bank QD A.M. America O Juliette and Friends O Ed Alien (B Romper Room 09 Come Alive Q Access (School Telecest) 09 Audrey O Today In Montana 09 Love of Life O Hollywood Squares ID News D Alberta Schools 03 Life Style flD Young and Restless O Jackpot (B Pay Cards O Blank Check B Dress Up (D Search For Tomorrow O News 0 News All My Children Q) It's YourMove O Sesame Street B Celebrity Sweepstakes OD Galloping Gourmet CD Let's Make A Deal B As The World Turns Q Days of Our Lives H> Buckshot a Dale Haraey Magic QP Pyramid ID Woody Woodpecker O The Doctors B Partridge Family 09 News O> General Hospital O The Price Is Right OD Movie: High Bright Sun B Movie: Nitemare in the Sun Match Game 0 One Life to Live The Money Maze B Tatlletales 09 What's The Good Word B Wheel of Fortune Edge of Night B T.B.A. B He Knows She Knows Our Town B Gambit B Now You See It OB Another World B The Big Showdown B Adrienne at Large B Split Second B Family Court B Joker's Wild B Dr. Zonk Zunklns OD Definition B Brady Bunch ONcws Oddities In the news MANCHESTER, England (Reuter) A gallant sailor travelled 200 miles to tell a court here how he tried to se- duce a girl but only managed to get her drunk. At issue was whether Mar- garet Hampson should lose her licence because police found she was driving while under the influence of rum. But after hearing testimony from ship's engineer David Parker, the court decided that Miss.Hampson should keep her driving permit. Parker, 27, told the court he had given the girl three times the quantity of rum she thought she was getting at a party but his plan to lure her to bed failed. "The last thing I thought of was her driving he said. Germany (AP) For three months, the ire of shopkeepers grew as radios, clocks, liquor and other goods vanished from their stores in Munich's giant Grossmark- thalle shopping development. But police said Wednesday the thievery had been stopped with the rounding up of a gang of nine children, the youngest of whom Is only nine. The "boss" was 15. Police said they tracked down the thieves after one of them was stopped by a store guard. The boy got away but the guard was able to snatch away his coat jacket, which had a claim slip for the repair of a model train in one of its pockets. The slip led police to one of the culprits and even- tually the whole gang was apprehended. Police said the children stole about marks worth of goods, most of which was found in the children's playrooms. LONDON (Reuter) Two men tried to swindle an oil company into paying mil- lion.for a cheap substitute for gasoline consisting of soap and water, a court was told Tuesday. The prosecution said the Cummings and Thomas to convince the company that a car using their secret fuel could do 216 miles on a gal- lon. But when the "wonder" fuel was analysed, it was found to consist of 98 per cent water, plus a dash of soap and iod- ine. The prosecution alleges that the men arranged a test dem- onstration for Sunningdale Oils British subsidiary of an American oil explor- ation Febru- ary. They prepared their fuel be- fore company scientists but produced another ready-made bottle to put in the car. The car ran well because the ready-made bottle con- tained 97 per cent gasoline, the prosecution alleges. The trial continues. PEPSI RADIO AND TV LISTINGS i listed by trie Ftadio and Television Radio ana Television St< is due lo last-minute cha sibiliiy ol Chinook Bevei CHEC 1090 Saturday News is 20 min. 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 p.m. Gospel Hour p.m. Back to God Hour News is 20 min. to the hour and 20 minutes after cjoc mo Saturday Night Sports News Show Case Sunday News Canadian Concert Hall Blackfoot Indian Program Family Favorites News Christien Science News Sports, Wthr. Sports Scores 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, Wthr., Sport News and Grain Prices Snorts Market Report Local News World at Six CHEC-FM 100.9 Saturday 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 Atlantic sym. 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 CBC Playhouse at Montreal Sound of Sports CBC Playhouse National Arts Centre 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 BBC News This Country In The Morning Time Signal Hadio Noon Your Forum School Broadcast Off The Record The World at Six "Pepsi Cola proudly introduces the Fridge 40" lor your frhfeo. Ntw light wolghl bottlo oith Will-off clown, ptKhMl In homo cwtlor. ;