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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6-THE LETHiRIDQE HERALD May 1974 CBC to tape highlights of impeachment hearing WHAT A BASE Tex. Greg was playing third base last week when a bolt of lighting ripped a hole in his baseball cap. He awoke in a hospital and asked did the baseball hit The lightning disintegrated a metal chain around his melted a zipper on his fused his legs together and burned his heel. Greg slumped to the ground in a puff of smoke after being struck on May 14 He was given artificial respiration and taken to where doctors pried his legs apart Greg is reported recovering satisfactorily. TORONTO CBC television will carry taped highlights of the House of Representatives judiciary committee hearings on the possible impeachment of- President the network announced Tuesday. The hearings begin in Wash- ington May 28 and will be held Tuesday to Thursday for about six weeks. Don the CBC's Washington is host for the special programs and will interview occasional studio guests for different per- spectives on the hearings. GOLDA TURNS 76 JERUSALEM Israeli Premier Golda Meir turned 76 but spent her birthday working on official The first to wish her happy returns was U S State Secretary Henry in the Middle East on a peace mission. COME FIND US Bring this Ad with you for these valuable Savings THIS IS A ONE TIME ONLY OFFER LIMITED TO COLOR FILM AND THESE SIZES 126lnstarmtic 135 mm 127 mm 620 mm 120 mm 12 Expoturet 20 Exposures 36 Exposures 2.99 4.99 7.99 Sale 7 Days Onlyl May 18 to May 25 KWIK KOLOR DAY SERVICE ON YOUR COLOR THIS SPECIAL ONLY AT COLLEGE MALL Mary Travers success is matter of talent Mary still on top College Mall Phone 327-4884 By TONY VELLELA Christian Science Monitor NEW NY.- Style may bring success to some performers for a short time But after 12 Mary Travers has proved success is a matter of steadfast not current fashion Slouched in a comfortable she recalls the beginning of her singing FOOD VALUES HANOI WRAP FILM 100fl KLEENEX Facial 200's CHIPITS Margarine Fleiachman't soft CANNED CHICKEN BONUS 52 oz. tin peanut raisin 12 oz VEL LOTION Liquid 32 oz. Kraft Cracker Barrel 12 each ULTRA BRIGHT 100ml. FOIL WRAP DOQ POOD Top choice 36 oz BATHROOM TISSUE FOODS RELISHES Blcks 12oz. HONEYCOMB 1202. Top Value 2 Ib. pkg. COCKTAIL PEANUTS Orange Juice TopValu MARSH MALLOWS Planters vacuum pack.7oz. CLEANSER Macintosh Apples Cantaloupes Peaches Cilifinli. Ik. Broccoli Ni. I.Ik Cauliflower I.Ik Lettuce Ik...... Onions ORANGE JUICE sweetenec or unsweetened 48 oz TV highlights WEDNESDAY JIM 7 Ch. 11. Study of the baboons of a society of 40 baboons living on the shore of Lake Tanganyika and where aggression is the norm National 8 Ch. 13. A trip through Alaska to see and experience the essential Alaska. VARIETY Julie and Jackie How Sweet It 8 Ch. 11. Julie Andrews and Jackie Gleason in a musical- comedy tribute to Jackie's show business career. DOCUMENTARY Smile When You Say 'I 9 Ch. It Allen Punt brings his trickery to this humorous TV movie on marital foibles. 90 1973. CRIME Machine Gun Ch. 11. A tale of syndicate activities in Las Vegas. Peter John Casavetes. 2 Italian. Repeat. CRIME The Naked 12 Ch. 7. A racketeer saves a man from the electric chair Anthony Farley Granger. 2 hours. THURSDAY MOVIE The 1 Ch. 13. Outlaws threaten a town and the sheriff panics. Don John Saxon. 90 min. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are lifted by the Radio and Televiion Stations. Any variation in program schedule it due to last-minute changes by the vtations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. PORK ROAS FrMh picnic PORK CHOPS RIBLETS Ib.............................. BEEF STEAKETTES SIDES OF PORK and ITMMI Currie Fine Foods Ltd dally 9 a.m. to p.m. Phone 327-2044 with and Mary have to understand who I was at the beginning of all she said was had never graduated from high I was overbearingly literate but underskilled and Mary was just beginning mother was a newspaper and my father both m New and my vision of New York has been very different from other people's I grew up in the Village which was literally like growing up in a small town Life in the Village as was one filled with people of great ambitions In the everybody's writing the great American doing the great painting Thousands of projects bubbling everywhere. and Mary was one of those magnificent projects. it In the Mary began singing with a chorus of young people at civil rights and human rights events and a few years later worked often with Pete Seeger at similar benefits With Peter Yarrow and Paul she appeared at countless civil rights marches and demonstrations in the early moving then into the antiwar movement. Now married to publisher Jerry and the mother of four Mary has begun a book on her experiences Is her interest in political causes as strong as it was in the harder. There is a natural attrition between one's youth and one's middle that occurs in as it occurs in a lot of other things. So the political benefits are winning Since the days when Joan Saez and Odetta were virtually the only other female singers in her Mary Travers has been choosing material that she feels is honest. Her steeped literary upbringing makes her very word conscious She possesses a word sense that many singers lack. And this quality is less of a benefit to a singer than one might imagine. The women's movement holds her attention these and she has been starred in special performances that benefited this cause This she suffers from a deficit of songs that communicate its message Other movements have followed a particular pattern for their themes. Trading agreement WASHINGTON The world's leading trading and industrial nations are near agreement on a mutual pledge to avoid measures to restrain imports or exports as a means of coping with large deficits in their balances of payments arising this -year from the sharply increased prices of oil. The existence of the new agreement was dislosed here by authoritative administration sources. Unless there are unexpected it will be formally proclaimed in Paris next week at a ministerial level meeting of the member nations of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. CHEC 1090 Monday thr Friday 6 50 Farm News 7 30 News. Weather Sports Wednesday 5 00 Probe 1220 6 00 World at Six Ihursday 6 00 CBC News 7 50 News Weather Sports 9 00 Chechne 12 30 News 1 00 Grain Prices 5 00 New Weather Sports CJOC 1220 8 35 Phone Bill Show 12 00 Hour of Information 5 00 Probe 1220 5 25 Sports 5 40 Market Report 5 50 Local News 6 00 World at Six CHEC-FM 100.9 Monday thru Friday 6 00 9 00 a m Don McMaster 900am 300pm Concie s Carousel 3 00 6 00 p m Don McMaster Wednesday Night 6 00 World at Six 6 30 As it Happens 8 03 Concern 10 00 News Weather Sports 10 10 From the Capitals 10 15 Five Nights a Week 10 30 Inside from the Outside 11 03 Written in Rock Thursday 5 30 Warmup 6 00-10 00 p m Del King 10 00 12 Midnight Concerts Overtures and Encores 12 00 Midnight Sign Off on Monday Tuesday thru Friday Del King CBR 1010 6 05 Eye Opener 8 00 World at Nine 8 05 Eye Opener 9 00 World at Nine 10 59 Time Signal 12 03 Radio Canada 1 55 Slockmarket 2 03 Take Time 2 30 Off the Record 3 30 Max Ferguson 4 00 BBC News 4 05 Home Run fa 00 World at Six 6 30 As n H-qnoens TIRED OF THOSE LEAKING BOTTLES THAT WON'T FIT IN YOUR HERE'S YOUR ANSWER FAMILY SIZE PEPSI or DIET PEPSI 45 in the convenient six pack carrier Wednesday 5 00 O Hollywood Squares CO Password O News 5 25 Lucy 5 30 O News 5 30 O News O Baseball 5 55 SB News 6 00 O Bonanza CD News 6 30 CB Beat The Clock CD Truth or Consequences 7 00 Q Cannon CB Everything Goes CD Jane Baboons of Gombe 7 30 CB Sanford and Son 8 00 CD National Geographic O Kojack CD Julie Andrews and Jackie Gleason Together 8 30 O Sports Report 9 00 O Ironside CD Movie Smile When You Say I Do CD Doc Elliot O Perry Mason 10 00 O News CD News O Jig Saw 10 30 Movie Machine Gun McCam CD Know Your Sports O Tonight Show 11 00 Q News CO News 11 20 CD News ft PM 12 00 O Movie Naked Street 12 15 CD Merv Griffin Thursday Morning 5 b5 CD Thought for the Day 6 00 CD University of the Air 6 15 O Understanding Our World 6 30 CB Yoga 6 45 O Salute to Agriculture b 55 CD Farm News 7 00 Secrets of the Kitchen CB Canada A M CD Captain Kangaroo Q Today Show 7 30 Wizard of Oz 7 45 Farm and City 8 00 CB Pmnachio B Today In Montana 8 30 Ed Allen CD Romper Room 8 30 O Gam1 00 T' b Week J Here There and Everywhere CD Audrey O Now You See It 9 15 CB Parlons Francais 9 30 Access O Mon Ami 'Friendly Giant O Hollvivond Squares CD LnLjnne 10 00 CD Lifestyle O Schools O Jackpot CD oung and Restless 10 iO O Mr Dress Up O Celebrity Sweepstakes O Search for Tomorrow Paj Cards 11 on O Sesame Street CB Fred Davis Show 0. Ml My Children C. Jeopardy 11 30 Galloping Gourmet O As the World Turns CD Let s Make A Deal 12 00 CB Buckshot O Uncle Bobby O Days of Our Lives CD Newlywed Game 12 30 O Truth or Consequences CD News CB Bewitched Q The Doctors 1 00 O Let s Make A Deal CD Movie The Intruders Q Another World CD General Hospital 1 30 O General Hospital O Match Game CD One Life to Live 2 00 CB Our Town CD Pyramid O Taltlelales 2 30 CB Somerset O Mike Douglas CD Dinah's Place CB Nancy Miller 3 00 CB Another World CB Thirty From 3 00 CB Throe On A Match 3 30 CB Edge of Night CB What's the Good Word Girl In My Li.'e 4 00 CB Family Court CB Anything You Can Do O Joker's Wild CB Split Second 4 30 CB A Place of Your Own CB Mod Squad O News CB Brady Bunch ;