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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIOGE June STORES COAST TO COAST IN CANADA FOR HAPPIER HOLIDAYS 14-873 Save 25.07 DELUXE CASSETTE RECORDER WITH BUILT-IN CONDENSER MIKE! Reg. 99.95 NOW Realistic CTR-20. Built-in mike is sensitive enough to catch even the weak- est of sounds for clear recording! Built in Auto-Level. level meter shows battery condition and variations in volume. Auto-Shut-Off saves tapes heads. Save 50% SUPERTAPE 8-Track Cartridge Finest 8-track cartridge ever made. Extended dynamic noise improved high frequency response. Tough polyester. Super fine-grain coating reduces head wear and a special lubricant means fewer mangled tapes. Uneffected by age. 44-842.........45 min.........Reg. 3.49..........NOW 2 for 3.49 44-843.........90 min.........Reg. 4.59..........NOW 2 for 4.59 Save 50% SUPERTAPE Cassette Nobody thought iron oxide tape could be this good, but here it Supertape with super linear response. 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With Bring 3his coupon to your .Radio Shack store and get off on any purchase. Except sale (J-ems. GOOD UNTIL JUwE 29, 1974. Name Street....... City........ PTOV. Code! Radio WEDNESDAY l i to. IliiiMisM. toy, tcpltnis.ti )U batlcnei fret. Fofnuii" totjjtid. 9 327-5th St. South Downtown, Lethbridge entertains prisoners BALTIMORE, Md. (AP) Redd Foxx. the comic who portrays junkman Frei. Sanford on television, went jail yesterday to prisoners laugh and honor the memory of a dead brother who spent' most of his life behind bars. Accompanied by musicians singers, dancers and other comedians. Foxx performer shows at the city jail and th< Maryland penitentiary. Foxx, whose real name is John Sanford, said he began the prison shows 12 years ago following the death of his brother. Fred, who provided the name for the Foxx character in the TV series Sanford and Son. Foxx. 51. said the prison shows keep his brother's memory alive for him. An X-rated comedian away from television, Foxx said the penal system repre- sents a form of for his race. "It seems like a way to keep the black numbers limited." Foxx said. "People can't reproduce when they're locked up doing five-to-10 for something minor." Meanwhile, in Los Angeles. Tandem Productions announced that Foxx would return to work on Sanford and Son July 8. Foxx walked out of the NBC series early this year. Three shows for next season have been taped without Foxx. Six shows were taped without him at the end of last season. Details of the agreement between Foxx and Tandem Productions, owners of the show, were not available. BETTY MUTTON Former actress honored NEW YORK (APt Betty Hutton. housekeeper cook of a Rhode Island Roman Catholic rectory, came back to Nevr York last night in a blaze of her oldtime glory and loJd 400 -A-eli-wishers: "I you. I love you." The onetime "'blonde bombshell" of Hollywood seemed lo enjoy every minuJr of the Betty HuUon Love-In at the Rjverboat nightclub. But she said it was a one- nighl stand and that sne was reluming to Portsmouth. R.I. lo resume her duties as housekeeper cook at Si Anthony's Rectory. "I'll never leave thai place." she said. 'Tve been offered open end contracts and everything, but this is going to be my life." Miss Hutton. who once made as fi singing, dancing comedienne in films and nightclubs, was sick and broke when she was befriended by Rev. Peter Maguire of St. Anthony's. After working at the rectory for a lime, she converted to in Februarv. TV highlights WEDNESDAY DOCUMENTARY: Odyssey, p.m., Ch. 7. A film tracing the 600-mile journey of a truck convoy across the Indian sub-continent. SPORTS: Baseball, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. The Philadelphia Phillies meet the Expos in Montreal. Live. MOVIE DRAMA: The Man Who Could Talk To Kids, p.m., Ch. 11. A teen-ager under emotional stress and a man committed to helping him. Robert Reed, Collin Wilcox-Horne. Tyne Daly. 1973, 90 min. MOVIE DRAMA: The Fifth Day of Peace, p.m., Ch. 11. An Allied prison camp provides an uneasy refuge for two German deserters. Richard Johnson, Franco Nero, Larry Aubrey. 1959 1 hr. 55 min. MOVIE ADVENTURE: Raiders of the Seven Seas, a.m., Ch. 7. A dashing pirate cuts loose on the Spanish Main. John Payne, Donna Reed, Gerald Mohr. 1953. THURSDAY MOVIE DRAMA: Tarnished Angel, 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A cabaret singer turns evangelist. Sally Eilers, Lee Bowman, Ann Miller. 1938, 90 min. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Televison Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. Monday thr Friday Farm News News. Weather. Sports Wednesday Probe 1220 World at Six Thursday CBC News News. Weather. Sports CHEC 1090 News Grain Prices New. Weather. Sports CJOC 1220 Phone Bill Show Hour of Information 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 p.m. Don McMaster Wednesday Night World at Six As it Happens Concern News. Weather. Sports From the Capitals Five Nights a Week Inside from the Outside Written in Rock Thursday Warmup Eve Opener World at Eight p.m. Del Kinp Midnight Concerts. Overtures" and Encores Midnight Sign Off on Monday Tuesday thru Friday Del King CBR 1010 Eye Opener World at Nine This Country in the Morning Time Signal Political Broadcast Radio Canada Stockmarket After Two Off the Record Max Ferguson BBC News Hornp Political Broadcast World at Six As it Happens "JOIN THE PEPSI PEOPLE FEELING FREE" "THE LETHBRIDGE MINOR SOFTBALL LEAGUE FOR GIRLS" are mid-way through the season. The squirts division consists of five teams. The Cheetahs. Cyclones. Wild Cats, Cougars and Tigerettes. They play every Tues. and Thurs. evening at at St. Basils and Kinsmen diamonds. The Bantams league play Tues. and Thurs. at at Galbraith and Kinsmen diamonds. Their league has six teams and include the Whizettes. Snoopy All-Stars. Trimble-ette Astros., Knock Outs. Diamond Streakers and Devils Angels. The league will be finished July 2. and the play-offs will be held July 6 and 7 in the form of a sports day and a windup picnic Sunday after all games are finished. The Sports day will be opened with an exhibition game Friday night July 5 at at Dave Elton Park. The South Side Midget Girls' Team "The Rockettes" will play the "Mystrey Mightees" (Mothers and executive of Minor The Rockettes will be in the Zone 1 playoffs for Midget A Division to represent the south for the Summer Games in Calgary. August 22-25. The Bantam League will be played off on Sat.. July 7 and the Squirts league will have their playoffs Sunday. All teams will be in the playoffs, as it is our first year of operation and we are stressing more recreational ball and learning the fundamentals of the game. For those that saw the first games and see them now have all complemented the girls on how each and every team has improved so much. We are all pleased to have all 200 of our girls participating in this local endeavour. Trophies will be given to the winning team plus individual tokens will be aiven to each airl that lOined our Minor Association. The league is financed by donations from our local Clubs and Organizations which bought most of pur equipment, and we also are working in co-operation with Community Services. "DROP OUT AND SUPPORT THE GIRLS YOU'LL ENJOY IT" THANK YOU MARILYN SNEDDEN President "JOIN THE PEPSI PEOPLE FEELING FREE" O Z H m m TB (0 m O m m m z o TI 3) m m Wednesday O Hollywood Squares B Password 0 News (B Lucy O News 01 News O News (D News O Bonanza B News O Baseball