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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, October 3, 1974 I UP TO LOWNEY'S BROKEN BARS 1 Ib. bag.............. PHENTEX SKY YARN OO 3.2 oz. skein, assorted colors FALL BULB ASSORTMENT OflOf Imported from Holland. Tulips, Crocuses, Hyacinths 8TRACK CARRYING CASE Holds 24 tapes, rigid luggage construction MAGNUS ELECTRIC CHORD ORGAN Complete with bench, music book stand BRENTWOOD RECORD PLAYER Portable, 3 colors 10" 78" 18 88 DIGITAL CLOCK RADIO lighted dial, sleep timer SPACEMAKER SHELVING Six shelf unit, walnut color only TOOL BOXES Removeable tray, red onlv CHENILLE BEDSPREAD Double or twin bed size. I No iron, machine washable, assorted colors 15 CLOTHES HAMPER Sturdy metal design, padded top, lilac, gold, avocado, white MOD MUSHROOM LAMP Assorted colors GREY BLANKETS 54 x 70, cotton flannel 8 88 >88 88 PLASTIC FRAMED PICTURES 24x36, assorted prints CAPRICE ELECTRIC FRYING PAN Probe type, fully immersible..... CHIPPED FOAM lib- bag >88 88 12 CANISTER SETS 4 piece, sturdy metal design 5 10 PIECE BEVERAGE SETS Avocado or gold ASSORTMENT PLASTICWARE For many household needs ESMOND SUNFLOWER BLANKET 72 x 90, fits twin or double bed, asst'd floral design OO RIGHT GUARD DEODORANT 130Z. size................... LOVUM'S CRIB With canopy by Reliable INFANTS' BATH TOWEL FACE CLOTH SET 100% cotton, washable 88 OO It PANTY HOSE Queen Size. Fits 160-210 Ib. Super stretch 31 LADIES' TEENS' PULLOVER 100% acrylic, long short sleeves. Sizes S.M.L. Assorted colors LADIES' SHORT QUILTED DUSTER Sizes S.M.L. Lilac, blue, pink LADIES' LADIES' BOOTS OFF SOCK Pile lined, assorted colors, sizes 9-11 88 SLACKS Sizes 10-18. elastic waist- band, tweed pattern 588 8" LADIES' PUNT TOPS 100% polyester, long sleeves, Asst'd prints GIRLS'LONG SLEEVE PULLOVER Sizes 8-14, white, red, gold, navy........ MEN'S GLOVES Soft vinyl fleece linded 3 MEN'S TURTLENECK SWEATER 100% acrylic, T-SHIRT Sizes 8-14, embroidered front red and navy MEN'S DOUBLE KNIT SLACKS Sizes 30-38. 4 sol id colors WIDEWHEEL CORDUROY PANTS Sizes 4-6x, assorted colors MEN'S COTTON FLANNEL SKIRTS 100% cotton, sizes 14-18, 'rorrt button SLIPPERS Orion pile, sizes 5-9. assorted colors LIMITED QUANTITY SPECIALS! Former football star now actor By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD (NBA) It's getting so that directors aren't sure whether to yell "Action" or "Hike" when they want to get their actors moving. There are so many ex football stars around these days that "Hike" might be more appropriate. Tony King is the latest and he may turn out to be the best to make the off gridiron to on screen shift. At least producer Mike Frankovich thinks so. Mike says that Tony, who stars for him in "Report to the Com- may be the next important black star. GOOD REPORT Of course, a lot depends on how good "Report" is, but the advance word is that it's a good one. King plays the lead heavy in "Report" and he's supposed to be a startling screen presence. He used to be a startling gridiron presence. He grew up in the hotbed of high school football, Alliance, Ohio, and played there and then at Findlay College in Ohio. After two years, he quit and signed with the Buffalo Bills, after being called a hardship case. "The Detroit Lions had wanted me and had offered me more King says, "but I had had some problems in Detroit." What those problems were were a short jail experience. He had been arrested and con- victed for robbery. He was ac- tually en route to jail when the real robber was caught. The .adventure left him with no great love for Detroit. He played defensive back and offensive end for six years with the Bills, Denver Bron- cos, Oakland Raiders and New York Giants. His career was marked by some bitterness, disputes which led to his being farmed out by the Giants, and that ended his football career. He got into modelling in New York and was doing well. One day, he was walking down 46th Street and a lady leaned out of a window and yelled down, "Hey, are you an ac- LESSON Tony wasn't, but he was willing. He says the lady charged him to teach him things about acting "including how to cheat and I already knew that" but never got him a part. So he began getting his own. One day, he heard they were shooting a movie, "Panic In Needle Park." He went over to where the company was working and he said, "Hey, man, you're shooting on my block, you'd better give me a part in your And they did. He decided he liked movie acting "not stage acting, because it's too much like football, you do the same thing every day" and began studying it. He wound up with a master's degree in film from New York University. Now, besides acting in other people's films, he's formed his own company, Super Spook, and their first feature, "Super is due out this fall. He once vowed to be a millionaire when he was 30. He thinks he's made it although the million is tied up in the unrealeased film. BOB TARLECK WILL: Help in develop an economic policy which shows a realistic concern for the problems of urban growth in the 70's. Demand a more open civic government For Alderman elect BOB TARLECK X CONCERNED FOR THE 70'S to Etoct Bob Southern Alberta's New "IN'" Place People Who Know THE HERITAGE MOTOR HOTEL T on No. 3 Highway Taber Alberta's New Fun Spot CABARET TONIGHT THE HERITAGE MOTOR HOTEL IN TABER Proudly Presents Southern Alberta's Popular "12th St. B. Band" Doom open 9 p.m. Drees code Or Leinft Spciil! SHRIMP NEWBURG Soup. Owing. Vegetable, Coffee or Tea TONY KING Big TV contract signed MONTREAL (CP) The Olympic Radio and Television Organization and the Cana- dian Broadcasting Corpora- tion have signed a million "host broadcasting" contract for the 1976 Summer Olympic Games, it was confirmed here. The contract gives CBC the financing to provide daily coverage of the 1976 Summer Olympic Games to 131 countries around the world. ORTO director Marcel Deschamps said the signing was to be announced next week at a meeting of the International Olympic Com- mittee's finance committee in Lausanne, Switzerland. "We had wanted to wait un- til then because technically the IOC still has to approve what we have he said. "But if the word has already leaked out there is nothing I can do but confirm it." Under the agreement the federal government is to provide million, with an equal sum coming from the Montreal Olympic Organizing Committee. The final million is ex- pected to be raised charg- ing individual networks and consortiums for additional equipment they will be using for their individual needs. New jet added to AC fleet MONTREAL (CP) Air Canada took delivery of a new million Boeing tri-jet, the advanced 727-200, latest edi- tion to the airline fleet of more than 100 aircraft. Air Canada has ordered 11 of the three-engined jets with five to be delivered this year and the remaining six next spring. Five of the new jets will be used for the hourly rapid air service between here and Toronto. The new jets can hold 144 passengers. TV highlights THURSDAY COMEDY: Funny Farm, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. Blake Emmons is joined by guests Leroy Van Dyke and Ted Zelgler. MUSICAL COMEDY: Carol Burnett, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Carol Burnett dedicates this hour as a musical tribute to Stephen Sondheim. She is joined by guests Michele Lee and Jack Weston. DRAMA: The Waitons, 8 p.m., Ch. 9. Richard Thomas as John Boy has a first day at college when he can't seem to do anything right. SPORTS SPECIAL: World Series of Hockey, 9 p.m., Ch. 13. A look at the highlights of the sixth game between Team Canada and the USSR. CANADA DRY'S RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stat- ions. Any variation in program schedule is due to last- rrjinute changes by the stations and is not the respon- sibility of Chinook Beverages Limited or The Leth- bridge Herald. 5 00 8 Hollywood Squares 8 News QD Password 5 30 QD News a News 8 News 09 Let's Make A Deal B 00 09 News 8 Maude B Movie. Hurricane Hunters 09 News b 30 03 Truth or Consequences 09 Sanford and Son 8 All in the Family flD Odd Couple 8 Sierra .09 Funny Farm 7 3C (D Paper Moon B Paul Sands 7-30 Q9 Dr in the House 8.00 09 Kung Fu a Carol Burnett 8 Waitons O Streets of San Francisco 9 00 03 Harry-0 09 Team Canada Hockey a Movie- Big Rose 8 Kojak 10 00 03 News 8 News 10 30 8 Tonight Show (D Movie. Waterhole No 3 a Chico and The Man 11-OC 09 News a National a News 09 News ll-3i 8 Butler's Beat 12 00 a Movie Operation Atlantis 09 Merv Griffin 8 Tomorrow Friday Morning utstanding whisky is a Canadian heritage. Taste our classic example. WINNER FAMILY ALLOWANCE DRAW MAXINE EDWARDS Lethbridge, Alberta HERITAGE kJ art J Kttlc j 11 Carm 3 5 55 IB Thought for The Day 6.CO IB University of the Air 6-15 B Understanding Our World 09 Yoga 8 Pmnochio 6 45 O Salute to Agriculture 6 55 01 Farm News 7-00 09 Canada A M. B Wizard of Oz O Today Show (D Captain Kangaroo 7.15 B Farm City Today 7-30 B Klaras Korner 8.00 a Juliette and Friends ID News B Today in Montana 8-30 a Ed Allen 09 Romper Room O Gambit 9-00 09 Galloping Gourmet B Access (School Telecast) 09 Audrey B Now You See It 9 30 09 Polka Dot Doors B Hollywood Squares OD Jack LaLanne 10 00 09 Life Style B Mon Giant 8 Jackpot 03 Young and Restless 10-30 B Mr Dress Up OD Search for Tomorrow 09 Pay Cards B Celebrity Sweepstakes 10 55 B News 11 00 09 It's Your Move ID All My Children B Winning Streak B Sesame Street 11 30 09 Definition B As the World Turrs 09 Let's Make A Deal 12 00 09 Buckshot 8 Dale Harney B Days of Our Lives 09 Newlywed Game 12-30 09 Woody Wood Pecker B Partridge Family B The Doctors 09 News 1 00 8 Movie Great American Tragedy 09 General Hospital 8 Another World 09 Movie This Is My Affair 1 30 09 One Life to Live B Match Game 2 00 09 Pyramid 8 Tattletales 2 30 09 Somerset B Mike Douglas 09 Name That Tune 8 Edge of Night 3-00 8 Our Town 09 Another World CD Jeopardy 3 30 a Take 30 09 Girl In My Life 09 What's the Good Word 4.00 B Family Court 09 Split Second B Joker's Wild 09 He Knows She Knows 4 30 a Dr Zonk B News 09 Mod Squad 09 Brady Bunch Bobby Hull and Coach Billy Harris of Team Canada '74 discussing the use of White Mountain Spring Water. The team's medical advisors have requested Canada r-y, represented by Vice President E.B. Walker to supply the natural spring water during the World Hockey Series in Canada and Russia. Chinook Beverages Limited is happy to supply the athletes participating in the 1975 Canada Winter Games with White Mountain Spring Water._________ CHEC10M TUESDAY thru FRIDAY 00 Wayne Barry 6.50 Farm News 7-40 News. Weather. Sports 9.00 Watty Hiid S.ODCbedme 12-3 00 Roy Renmdt 12.20 firm News 1.00 Gram Prices and Call of the Land 3.00-7 00 Jack Nenfeld 5-20 News. Weather. Sports 7 00-12 00 Paul Tessier 12 OM 00 Rod McDonald 'News is 20 mm to the boor and 20 min after. Bob Hestetli 8 50. 3.25. CJOC1220 5-00 1220 25 Sports SWMtrtcetfieport 5 Loal News 6 00 World at Six 7.50 News. Weather. Spwts 12 00 Hour of information 1 00 News and Gram Prices CHEC-FM1W.9 M( .XDAY thru FRIDAY flO-fl 00 a m Don 900, m-JOOpin Jcmritf s Carcrasel 3 OM 00 p m Don McWaster 00-10 00 pni OeJ 50 00-12 Midnight Concerts Overtures and Encores 12 00 Midnight Sign Oft On MOn- daj, Tnesdar ttim Fnday Del King CBR1010 THURSDAY .w As It Happens 8 30 Themes anfl Vanatwns 00 ibet JJie Peoples Sing 10 00 News 10 tO From The Capitals 10 30 Jazz lifllrmrled 12 03 Best