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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta i juiy in r TV highlights TUESDAY Olympic 7 Ch. 7. The second million with million to the first-prize winner. Live 50 min. CRIME Cb. 13. Engraved stock-certificates and their guard have disappeared. George Murray Matheson. 90 min. MOVIE Ch. 11. A woman kills her lover's wife and then sets up her own husband. Stella Ed John Saxon. 90 min. 10 Ch. 7. This program involves the taming and development of the frontier. 60 min. MOVIE Ch. 11. A cloak-and- dagger tale about an Austrian Jew helping the Israelis. Sophia Peter Jack Hawkins. 2 10 min. MOVIE The Strange U Ch. 7. The twisted mind of Jocko de Paris wreaks havoc in a southern military school. Ben George Pat Hmgle. 2 hrs. WEDNESDAY MOVIE Berlin 1 Ch. 13. An investigator's dangerous hunt for a former partner. Darren Fritz Weaver. 90 min. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Televison1 Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of TJie Lethbridge Herald. Shifting house owners flee their premises EDMONTON George Krispin and his wife took the advice of city of- ficials during the weekend and began vacating their home which is situated in the middle of a gradual landslide. came and told us to get out as fast as we could and take our belongings with Mr. Krispin said Monday. moved our furniture out Monday thru Friday Farm News News. Wthr.. Sport Probe 1220 World at Six B.M Phone Bill Show HOur of Information News and Grain Prices CHEC 1090 Checline News Grain Prices News. Sports CJOC 1220 Probe 1220 Sports Market Report Local News World at Six CHEC-FM 100.9 Monday thru Friday a.m. Don McMaster p.m. Concie's Carousel oo Don McMaster Tuesday As it Happens Tuesday Night News l-'nim the Capitals Five Nights a Week Dr. Bundolas Pandemonium 11 roil Kupersland Rock Slide Wednesday Morning S'HO Warm-lips Calgary Rye Opener World'at Eight Kvc Opener p.m. De'l KTng Midnight Concerts. Overtures and Encores Midnight Sign Off on Mon- day. Tuesday thru Friday Del King CBR 1010 World at Nine This Country In The Summer Time Signal Radio Noon Summer Scene Slock Market Summer Scene Off the Record Hancock's Half Hour BBC News Home Run S.-OO World at Six THE LETHBRIDGE LACROSSE ASSOCIATION There are seven teams in the association this year with age groups of 11 to 21. FAMILY UNICORNS KINSMEN COMETS FAMILY ADANACS LETHBRIDGE WARLORDS MIDGET MOWHAWKS LABOR CLUB LANCERS LETHBRIDGE NATIVE SONS Drop out and watch the boys in you will enjoy yourself and see some very exciting Lacrosse. 10 11 n 11 Tuesday O Hollywood Squares O News Password Q3 Lucy O News News O News News Q Maude O Emergency Ot News Beat the Clock e Sanford and Son Truth or Consequences Q Olympic Lottery Draw Happy Days O Adam 12 09 Oscar Peterson 09 Mystery Banachek O All in the Family Linda O George Hamilton O Mash O Police Story O Dirty Sally Marcus Welby O Hawaii Five-0 ID Marcus Welby O Hollywood Squares O News News 09 Kojak O America 30 O Tonight Show Judith 00 09 News O News 20 03 News O News 30 O Whoop-Up Hilites 35 O Our Town At Whoop-Up Days 00 03 Merv Griffin The Strange One 00'O Wrestling WHnewUy Morqlnf O Understanding Our World O Salute to Agriculture Farm News 09 Thought for the Day 09 Canada A.M. O Today Show Captain Kangaroo 0 Today in Montana 01 News O Wizard or Oz 03 Romper Room O Gambit O Farm Facts 05 Fred Davis O Now You See It Audrey O Frontier Collection OD University of the Air O Ed Allen O.Hollywood Squares Jack Lalanne IB Lifestyle O Mon Giant O Jackpot Young and Restless O Mr. Dress Up Search For Tomorrow O Celebrity Sweepstakes 09 Pay Cards O NBC News O Sesame Street The Fatal Apple O All My Children O Winning Streak O As The World Turns 09 Galloping Gourmet Let's Make A Deal 09 Eye Bet O Days of Our Lives O Uncle Bobby Newleywed Game CD Bewitched O Doctors O Let's Make a Deal News Q9 Berlin Affair O Collectors Edition O Another World General Hospital O Match Game D One Life to Live O Pyramid O Tattletales 09 Somerset O Mike Douglas Dinah's Place Our Town 1.00 Take Thirty 00 Another World 09 Jeopardy What's the Good Word Edge of Night Girl m My Life Forest Rangers Anything You Can Do 0 Joker's Wild 01 Split Second Odessey ONews O9 The WHOOP-UP DAYS at the NAVY and AIR FORCE VETERANS CLUB LETHBRIDGE UNIT NO. 34 JULY Noon to 8 p.m. DINING ROOM SPECIAL CABBAGE ROLLS and BUN Each 1 25 a.m. to a.m. Dining Room and Lounge Courtesy of P. Lawson Travel and Southern Stationers NO BINGO THIS WEEK ONLY FOR MEMBERS and INVITED GUESTS ONLYI SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Theatre I in color. Wed- July 16 and 17. Tuesday show at p.m. ADULT. FORT Theatre STONE in color. Starring Charles Bronson. July 16 show at p.m. ADULT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. PINCHER Theatre DON IS in color. Starring Anthony Quinh. July 16 and 17. Tuesday show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. Theatre irvcolor. July 16 and 17. Tuesday shows at and p.m. SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. Lethbridge and District Exhibition KIDDIES' DAY years old and July 17th FREE ADMISSION TO GROUNDS TIL 4 P.M. FREE Grandstand Show a.m. Fun for all with the Clown and the Puppeteer Free Goodies and Draws Wayne Master of Ceremonies REDUCED PRICES ON MIDWAY RIDES TILL P.M. Sponsored by Sven Encksen's Family Restaurant Eatons SHverwood Dairies Drive Ins Lethbridge District Exhibition Board on He and his wife no longer sleep in the house but are still using its kitchen and telephone service. They have found temporary accommodation at a house the the home of neighbors who are currently on holiday. Mr. Krispin said he owns another smaller house which he is renting he and his wife will move there as soon as the present tenants have left. The home he bought in 1969 has been shifting gradually on its high bank property .since before he and his wife moved in. There were cracks in the walls which were covered up by the previous Mr. Krispin said. have us some story about the cracks and we believed The built about nine years faces Mill Creek ravine and has continued to shift gradually. But the move- ment real bad last with the heavy snow- fall and subsequent rains. Dateline Alberta Deerhome director najned EDMONTON Health Minister Neil Craw- ford Monday announced the appointment of S. J. Koegler as executive director of Alberta School. Hospital- Deerhome. Dr. Koegler assumes the position at the Red Deer in- stitution for the mentally han- dicapped Aug. 19. A native of old Dr. Koegler was appointed clinical director of the Children's Psychiatric Research Institute in in 1960 and later became superintendent. New act being framed CALGARY A new law aimed at evening the balance of power in the market place between con- sumers and businessmen may be introduced in the legislature this says Con- sumer Affairs Minister Bob Dowling. The province is framing a Sales Practices that would help people actively prevent business firms from taking advantage of the market he said in an interview. His the first major piece of new law planned by the department since its crea- tion last year as a full-fledged is designed partly as an alternative to proposed tough federal rules. Complaint rejected DISNEYLAND EXPO TOUR August 1.17 days as low as Includes transportation and accommodation. Tour includes San Fran- Knotts Berry Universal Urano Las Expo 74. NORTHERN BUS TOURS Alberta Phone 327-3536 or 329-4474 Also Pincher Creek Travel Centre FOR YOUR FAIR WEEK ENTERTAINMENT at the GARDEN HOTEL at the MINERS' FAIR WEEK 9 P.M. 2 A.M. NIGHTLY AND 2 Hours Afternoon 733 13th St. N. Members and Invited guests onlyl EDMONTON The Alberta Press Council has re- jected a complaint by Calgary mayor Rod Sykes that he was misrepresented in a new- spaper article about Calgary with a city in India. The council ruled it was satisfied the mayor had been given enough opportunity for redress by the Calgary in whose weekend supplement the article and had failed to take advantage of the oppor- tunity. Mayor Sykes lodged a com- plaint after the article appeared in the March 15 issue of the Herald's weekend supplement. The article dealt with the subject of twinning Calgary with under a program known as mundialization declaring a community a world city. Show stopper was real Fla. A local television personality shot herself in the head today while her morning program was on the air. The Chris was reported in critical condition in hospi- tal. Show Times PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short SUPER LAST COMPLETE ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short BUTCH LAST COMPLETE ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA THE SPIKE'S BILLIE TWO LAST COMPLETE ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE BADGE CHARLIE ONE ONE COMPLETE GATES RESTRICTED ADULT paramount T WIGHT THRU THURS. st and p.m. Throughout The True Story of the Two Cops Called Batmen and Robin paramount cinema TONIGHT THRU THURS. at and p.m. BUTCH KID ARE 'Jut tor fun of ill ADULT. PAUL NEWMAN ROBERT REWORD KATHARINE ROSS- THE SUNDANCE green acres drive-in WED. THURS. Alain Delon is. THE GODSON DULT 'Ml SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN A FILM BY JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE I HIT NO. 2 I LAST TIMES TONITE and ONE Gites Opm p.m. One Complila Show 10 p.m. Shopping Mill STARTS TOMORROW at and p.m. 20ft Art. a Df.. 328-6300 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN RELAX IN AIR-COOLED COMFORT EUGENE ROCHE -nwby ROBERT WILSON in color ;