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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGL September SATURDAY SUPER SAVERS Merchandise on Sale Friday, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and all day Saturday a.m. to 6 p.m. LIMITED QUANTITIES -PERSONALSHOPPING ONLY CIGARETTES King and Regular. 200's carton. Limit 2 per customer. Carton 4 a.m. to 11 a.m. EARLY BIRD BREAKFAST -2 eggs -2 slice bacon -toast, coffee 88 ASSORTED FISHNET DRAPERY wide NOW OOFF ASSORTED SUMMER COTTONS wide NOW 0 OFF DARE BAGGED CANDY BAG........ 88 ICECREAM CRIMPKNIT wide YARD 2 88 BURNATTI LINENS wide YARD BROTHER TYPEWRITERS Reg. EACH...... 92 500 REFILL SHEETS NOW 1 96 ALL-PURPOSE CLOTHES HANGERS 88 NOW 1 PHOTO ALBUMS adhesive EACH w 2 44 LADIES' PANTY HOSE size fits all PAIR 88 WOOD'S DOWN FILLED JACKETS Men's, Women's...................... EACH BOYS'VINYL OXFORDS 11 to 3 PAIR 5 88 BOYS' JEAN JACKET SET 7 to 16 'NOW 8 88 GIRLS' POLYESTER SLIMS 96 4 to 6x S3.46 PAIR 2 MEN'S P.J. RUNNERS 7 to 11 PAIR 4 44 Y-MEN'S DENIM JEANS oz. denim 28 to 38 PAIR INFANTS TERRY SLEEPER up to 30 months -Reg. PAIR 3-PIECE MODULAR STEREO RADIO Reg. S77 ALL NOW SKATES 1 0% OFF SHELL MOTOR OIL 4 qt. per customer. S1.19 QUART C I 97 STACKING STOOLS seal S5.96 EACH 4 44 ZELCOOIL FILTERS S2.44 EACH 1 88 Zellers County Pair Located in Shopping on Mayor Magrath daily a.m. to p.m., Thursday and Friday a.m. to 930 p.m. Totophona 328-8171 Chimp's rampage costly for television station PHILADELPHIA (AP) Marvin the chimp went ape. putting on a King Kong act that cost television station KYW thousands of dollars. The 11-year-old, 100-pound chimpanzee went on a ram- page during the taping of a Mike Douglas show and had to be subdued by a tranquilizer dart. But before he could be TV show taping halted by Bunker LOS ANGELES (AP) Taping of the television show All in the Family has been halted for about three weeks because Carroll O'Connor refuses to cross a picket line of striking electricians to CARROLL O'CONNOR portray Archie Bunker on strike. "How could I pass guys on strike and go in and play a guy on strike and be O'Connor asked. It was the second time in two months that O'Connor has stayed away from the CBS comedy show. He missed the first two episodes for the new season, which were taped without him. when he refused to work because of a contract dispute with Tandem Productions, owners of the show. He returned to work July 30 after an agreement was reached. Beats flu LONDON (AP) Conduc- tor Andre Previn has recovered from a bout with the flu and is ready to resume the podium for the remaining 16 concerts of the London Symphony's American tour. Previn missed three concerts because of illness. He plans to appear Friday at Santa Barbara. On Saturday the symphony plays the Hollywood Bowl, the first British orchestra ever to do so. TONIGHT AND SATURDAY! "JOYOUS, Journal JUBILATION" S. F. "A YOUTHFUL LIVELY F. Chronicle GOOD SEATS NOW ON SALE! LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. LEtHBRIDGE Direct from sensational record runs in California! Reserved Seats 4 If bought in groups of 10 each quieted, Marvin bit his trainer and caused extensive damage to the television studios. Douglas said the chimp began the show with aplomb, but left it two hours later on a stretcher, unconscious and in handcuffs. Marvin was reported in good condition following his escapade that was precipitated by audience laughter. RESUMES BATTLE STATELINE, Nev. (AP) Frank Sinatra took a break from his melodies during his first visit to Lake Tahoe in 12 years to resume his battle with the news media. Midway through his opening performance here, the singer entertainer offered a mock apology to prostitutes for hav- ing compared them to newswomen. Sinatra said the press is the only profession that operates without a regulating body, and "the press continually abuses its power." In a reference to troubles he encountered during a tour in Australia, Sinatra said: "I want to apologize to all the hookers for comparing them to newswomen. "Newswomen sell their souls. Who'd want their During his Autralian visit he had compared newswomen to prostitutes. He was criticized by the Australian press and labor movement. Sinatra received a standing ovation after his 45-minute appearance, and a mixture of applause and jeers for his comments on the news media. CBS wins 7 Emmys for news NEW YORK (AP) CBS and the Public Broadcasting Service won top news honors Wednesday night in a national- ly televised Emmy awards show for TV news, documen- taries. religious and children's programs. Competing in seven major news categories, CBS won seven Emmys, three in one category, while PBS won five, two of which were in the same category. NBC received two Emmys and ABC three, while another Emmy went to The World at War. a British-made syn- dicated documentary series. ABC anchorman Harry Rea- soner and Public TV's Bill Mo- vers won the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences' outstanding television news broadcaster award. In the religious program category, an Emmy was given for two syndicated programs. Gift of Tears, and This is the Life, directed by Ken Lamkin. In children's programs. ABC won two awards and PBS nominees won three. OPEN HOUSE 1 p.m. 5 p.m. ihe line 'me o1 BaWwtn Pianos arid Organs BERTI SCHOOL OF MUSIC 2646 S. Parlukte Drive "LET THE EARTH HEAR HIS VOICE" This was the theme of the "Congress On World ism" he'd w Lausanne, Switzerland in July of this year. F.G.B.M.F.l. is pleased to have as its speaker Rev. Albert Baldeo, who was invited to attend this con- gress. Born in Trinidad, West Indies, Rev. Baldeo taught school in the island before coming to Canada for further study, he returned to Trinidad to pastor Ms Sargest Pres- byterian Church. ALBERT BALDEO He now is minister of the Coaldale United Church and past president of the Ministerial Association of Lethbridge. You are invited to come and hear this colorful speaker share what God has done in his life at the Full Gospel Businessmen's Breakfast meet- ing at the Ei Rancho Motor Hotel, Sept. 7, 1974, at 9 a.m. For Reservations Phone 328-9420. Tickets TV highlights FRIDAY MOVIE THRILLER: Scream and Scream Again, p.m., Ch. 11. Vincent Price portrays a mad scientist who uses live, unwilling donors for organ transplants. MOVIE DRAMA: The Stranger, 12 midnight, Ch. 7. Loretta Young and Edward G. Robinson star in this tale of a Nazi war criminal who settles in New England disguised as a college professor. MOVIE WESTERN: Blue, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Terence Stamp and Joanna Pettet star in this tale as a young American raised by Mexican bandits is torn between loyalties. SATURDAY SPORTS: CFL Football, 12 noon, Ch. 7. The Hamilton Tiger Cats meet with the Rough Riders in Ottawa. SPORTS: Baseball, p.m., Ch. 9. The Los Angeles Dodgers take' on the Cincinnati Reds. 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. CBEC 1090 Friday 6-9 Wayne Barry Farm News News, Wthr., Sports 9-12 Wally Hild CHEC Line 12-3 Roy Rennick News. Weather. Sports Grain Prices and Call of the Land Jack Neufeld News. Weather. Sports 7-12 Paul Tessier 12-6 a.m. Rod McDonald News is 20 minutes to the Hour 20 Minutes After Bob Hesketh 1-25. Saturday Wayne Barry 12-00 Roy Rennick News Rod McDonald a.m. Mark Campbell CJOC 1220 Friday Night Probe 1220 Sports Market Report Local News World at Six News News. Wthr. Sport 12-00 News Soccer Results Sports News CHEC-FM 100.9 Monday thru Friday a.m. Dom McMaster p.m. Concie's Carouse! p.m. Don McMaster p.m. Del King Midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores Midnight Sign Off Monday. Tuesday and Friday. Del King Saturday Don McMaster 12.00-3.00 p.m. Del King Concerts. Overtures and Encores Del King 12.00 Concie's Carousel I All Night) Friday Night World at Six As It Happens Between Ourselves Music West 10.00 News. Wthr., Sports 10-10 From the Capitals Five Nights a Week Let the People Sing Major Progression Saturday Sounds Like Saturday CBR 1010 Notice Board Sounds Like Saturday Family Favorites ifl-03 Danny Finkleman Saturday Show Time Signal Our Native Land Native Voice of Alberta Sounds Like Saturday Opera By Request Music From the Middle Demand Side MINOR SOCCER WEEK SEPT. 2nd SEPT. 8th MITE (A) QUENN VS GREENS Mon., Sept. 2nd 6 p.m. Wilson. Ref Nigel Alexander (B) ROYALS VS COUGARS Mon., Sept. 2nd 6 p.m. Wilson. Ref Joe Cassar FINAL SEPT. 6th WINNER (A) VS WINNER (B) FRIDAY, SEPT. 6, Civic Centre. Ref Joe PEEWEE ROUND ROBIN TOTAL GOAL ELKS VS RANGERS Tues., Sept. 3rd 6 p.m. Wilson. Ref Tony Wagner. CELTIC VS ELKS Wed., Sept. 4th 6 p.m. Wilson Ref Nigel Alexander. RANGERS VS CELTIC Thurs., Sept. 5 6 p.m. Wilson. Ref Alvin Teitz. BANTAM Home and Away Total Goal FIORINO VS MINERS Tues., Sept. 3rd 6 p.m. Wilson. Ref Ian Gray. h VS FIORINO Sat.. Sept. 7th Civic Ref Joe Cassar. CHARITY PALLISER VS COACHES Sept. 8th, Sunday 2 p.m. Civic Centre. Ref Tony Wagner. CJOC TV O CABLE 6 CFCN TV CD CABLE 4 Friday 5 00 0 Hollywood Squares IB Star Trek 5.S d Lucy 5 30 9 News O News 5 xt O News 6 W 0 Orai Roberts O Her Haw Hudson iirothcrs 6 30 O OuWoors Unlimited 7 09 Gfnrse O The America s Cup KRTV 3 CABLE O KFBB TV 5 CABLE 7 0 The Huftway to 0 Movae S