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television DETROIT FREE PRESSSATURDAY, JAN. 26, 1980 6B tv today Linda Latin Linda Lavin stars as a divorced working mother, deep in debt, struggling to support her teenage daughter in "The $5.20 an Hour Dream" on "The CBS Saturday Night Movie" (9 p.m., Channel 2). She can make more money on the assembly line of the engine plant where she works, but she must fight to get, and then prove she can handle, the work, over the opposition of the men in the plant. Richard Jaeckel, Nicholas Pryor, Mayf Nutter, Pamela McMyler co-star. "One in a Million" finally has its premiere (8 p.m., Channel 7). It's already had two previews. Shirley Hemphill, a taxi driver who inherites and runs a multimillion-dollar conglomerate, falls in love with an African prince. Dick Anthony Williams plays the prince. Spend the afternoon at basketball courtside. At 1 p.m. on Channel 4, it's Maryland vs. Notre Dame, followed, at 3:30 p.m. by Michigan at Northwestern; at 5:30 p.m. on Channel 50, Michigan State is at Illinois. Movies The best of the rest is the assortment of movies. At 10 p.m. on Channel 56, Topol stars as "Galileo," the scientist and itrathematician whose theories challenged the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. The American Film Institute production of Bertolt Brecht's play co-stars Edward Fox (who plays the king in "Edward and Mrs. Simpson"), Georgia Brown, John 'Gielgud, Clive Revill, Margaret Leighton. Channel 7 has a good double feature at 1 1:30 p.m., "The Summer of '42," with Jennifer O'Neal, Gary Grimes and Jerry Houser in the near-classic film of three teens who sample life and sex during their summer vacation. That's followed by "Sons and Lovers" with Trevor Howard, Dean Stockwell and Mary Ure in D.H. Lawrence's story of a youth urged to break away from his family's dull life and improve himself. Bettelou Peterson ABC will air the 1984 Olympics By FRANK SWERTLOW Chicago Sun-Times ABC, amid the uncertainties of the 1980 Moscow Olympics, outbid CBS for U.S. television rights to the 1984 Winter Olympics in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia. The network declined to disclose the price for the telecast the second scheduled to come from a Communist country. One network source, however, said ABC paid "between $90 (million) and $100 million" for the exclusive contract to broadcast the Winter Olympics to the United States. The network will broadcast 60 hours of programming from Yugoslavia, an ABC official said. Last year, ABC agreed to pay $225 million for the TV rights to the 1984 Summer Games in Los Angeles. That means that ABC will have to spend at least $350 million for its Olympic coverage, given inflation and additional production costs. ABC won the bidding war Thursday, one day after NBC withdrew because of the "unsettled world situation," a reference to a possible U.S. boycott of the Moscow games because of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. CBS was reportedly still in the bidding at the end of the negotiations. Earlier this week, NBC had asked the International Olympic Committee to postpone the negotiations for 60 days because of turmoil over the Moscow games, but the IOC declined. When that happened, two NBC officials flew to Yugoslavia and requested a postponement from the Yugoslavian government. When the Yugoslavs rejected the appeal, NBC withdrew, leaving the bidding to ABC and CBS. NBC agreed to pay the Soviets $87 million for the Moscow telecast, but said it will abide by whatever action the United States takes toward a boycott of the Soviet Games. daytime programs 6:00 Q Hera Comes the Sun 6:30 O FYI Detroit ED Little Heroes 6:52 QNews 7:00 O Shazam O Profiles O Infinity Factory "Graphs. ED Gen. Pete Reads 7:30 O Kldsworld O U-M Presents "Ironies al Work." Q Mario's Magic A visit to the National Youth Games. S3 700 Club 8:00 0 Mighty Mouse Heckle and Jeckle O Godzilla Globetrotters Q Superfrlends 83 Sesame Street 8:30 3D Detroit Today GB House of God 9:00 O BugsRoad Runner Q Fred & Barney Meet the Shmoo O Plastlcman Show 03 Amazing Grace 03 Sesame Street GB Unity Power Hour 9:30 ED Senior Journal 03 Big Blue Marble Q) This Is the Hour 10:00 ED Career Spotlight SD Western Movie "The Man from the Alamo." Glenn Ford, Julie Adams, Chill Wills. The sole survivor ot the Alamo, sent too late to warn families of the coming attack, discovers that American renegades dressed as Mexicans were responsible for the massacre. S3 Sesame Street G9 Movie "Rain," '32 (B) Joan Crawford, Walter Huston, William Gargan, Guy Kibbee. Story of a Puritanical ministers at tempt to reclaim a "lost worn an" on the island cf Pagoi Pago. 10:30 0 Popeye O Daffy Duck O Scooby and Scrappy Q Sun Life Ski School SD City Update 11:00 O Bowling for Dollars 0 Trivia Quiz ED Charlie Chan Movie ' 'Charlie Chan at the Wax Mu seum,'"40 (B) Sidney Toler, Marc Lawrence. A gangster convicted by Chan escapes from custody and hides out in the wax works, waiting to kill or Chaz. 89 Sesame Street 11:30 O Fat Albert O Spider-Woman Q Plnocchlo BD Tarzan Movie "Tarzan and the Amazons," '45 (B) Johnny Weissmuller, Johnny Sheffield, Brenda Joyce. Mr, T crosses the pathl of a tribe of women. (Can1 Jane possibly compete with the Amazing Amazon Cheerleaders?) GB Black on Black 12:00 0 Tarzan's Seven O Hot Hero Sandwich Loretta Lynn; Richard Pryor; Leonard Nimoy; Joe Jackson; writerperformer Andy Breckman, O Weekend Specials "The Puppy's Amazing Rescue." Animated. Wizard of Oz 89 Olympic Team Hockey speci l U.S. Olympic Team vs. University of Wisconsin, the Olympic team's last game before the Winter Olympics. (Runs to approx. 3 p.m.) GB Uncle Waldo Cartoons. 12:30 O American Bandstand Pop music and dancing. O What's New 03 Movie "Horror Hotel," '63 (B) Dennis Lotis, Christopher Lee, Betta St. John. A woman, burned as a witch in 1692, makes a pact with the devil for eternal life for herself in exchange for providing him with human sacrifices obtained from the hotel she runs. (Close to the end of Lonely Street, just down the block from Heartbreak Hotel.) GB Mission: Magic Cartoons, 1:00 0 Movie: Sir Graves "The Thing That Couldn't Die," '58 (B) William Reynolds, Andra Martin, Mara Cor-day. A woman, gifted with the power to find hidden things, discovers a chest buried for 400 years which contains a severed head. I hen the nog gin hypnotizes her to find its wayward body. O World of Survival "How Green Was My De sert. Q You Can Do It Carpentry projects. 3D Movie: Kennedy "Murderer's Row," 66, Dean Martin, Ann-Margret, Karl Maiden, Camilla Sparv. A for mer espionage agent is sum- moned from his life of idle lux ury to rescue a renowned scientist from foreign powers. Spy spoof. 23 Valley of Dinosaurs Cartoons. 1:30 O College Basketball Maryland at Notre Dame. O Little Vic Part 4 of the young people's drama. O Racquetball Classic Valin vs. McCoy and McKay vs. Forcade. GB Around the World Cartoons. 2:00 0 Haney Public affairs. 0 Road to Moscow Archer Judi Adams; walker Marco Evonuik; boxer Richard Sandoval; long jumper Arnie Robinson and runner John Walker. ED Suspense Theatre An inept art gallery employe plots with an ex-cop and his landlady to steal a jeweled sceptre. Larry Blyden, Joan Blackman, Ethel Merman. GB Rebop Young people's features. 2:30 O Wildlife Adventure Disabled sea lions are aided by the San Diego Animal Res cue unit. Other sea lions are taught to perform at the Sea World Oceanarium. GB America's Black Forum 3:00 0 Soul Train Music and dancing. O Pro Bowlers Tour Live coverage of the Quaker State Open in Grand Prairie, Texas. O Sport3weekend Canadian Superstars tennis finals. 03 Movie "Crucible of Horror," 70, Michael Gough, Yvonne Mitchell. A husband sets out to drive his wife to madness. 69 Market to Market Farm and commodities re ports. GB Moon Man Music and dancing. 3:30 O College Basketball U-M at Northwestern. SD Movie "Curse of the Werewolf," '61, Clifford Evans, Oliver Reed, Yvonne Romain. A werewolf even hurts the ones he loves, compelled by the curse of his evil beast blood. 89 Life Around Us "The Weather Watchers." 4:00 0 Andy Williams San Diego Open Golf SPiCIH Third round of the PGA tournament in LaJolla, Calif. 89 Nova (R) "A Is for Atom, B Is for Bomb." GB Big Time Wrestling 4:30 0 Wide World of Sports Men's and ice dancing events at the World Figure Skating Championships in Atlanta, Ga.: World Cup Skiing from France; Springertournee International Ski Jumping Championships from Austria. ED Superman "The Lucky Cat." 5:00 0 Sports Spectacular European Figure Skating Championships, Part 1, from Gothenburg, Sweden; Motorcycle Jumpoff competition, Round 1, Gary Wells vs. Dale Buggins, in Phoenix, Arizona. 83 Addams Family Cousin Itt tries to get a job at the zoo. SD Andy Griffith Aunt Bee takes flying les sons. 39 Presente "The Cantata of Santa Maria de Iquique." GB For You, Black Woman Features and interviews. 5:30 O In Search of... 03 $1.98 Beauty Show 89 Bonaventure Travel "Mallorca." GB Challenge Fishing nightime programs channels 0 WJBK-TV Q WDIV-TV a WXYZ-TV O CBET-TV 63 WXON-TV 3D WKBD-TV 29 WTVS-TV GB WGPR-TV Compiled by Christine Schmuckal 6:00 O News:WllllsFeldman Q News: BluntMoore CBC News GD Get Smart Smart and 99 interfere with the Chief's new romance. S3 Crockett's Garden GB Cavalcade of Boxing 8:30 0 CBS News NBC News Q News: FlsherGeha Q Six Million Dollar Man Austin tries to help America's first woman astronaut (Farrah Fawcett) in space when she runs into trouble, but finds that his extraordinary powers are dangerously limited by space travel. 63 Twilight Zone Three soldiers mysteriously disappear at the site of Gen. Custer's last stand. Ron Foster, Randy Boone. 29 French Chef "Flaming Fish." 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 2 Hee Haw (7p) The Chisholms CBS Movie: $5.20 and Hour Dream" ; 4 Dance Fever CHiPs BJ and the Bear Prime Time Saturday 7 Saturday (7p) OneMillion The Ropers The Love Boat Fantasy Island 9 Sportscene NHL Hockey: Toronto at Edmonton 20 Temple Baptist Pay TV Programming 50 M'A'S'H Lawrence Welk Movie: "Critic's Choice" 56 Sneak Previews Hudson River (Special) Los Angeles Philharmonic I American Film Theatre 62 I Faith (7p) Truth I Bible Keys Breadbasket Hour of Deliverance G ADV. Hee Haw Salutes Pat Buttram Tonite 7:00 O Hee Haw Dottie West, Pat Buttram. O Muppets (R) Elton John, Highlight: "Don't Go Breaking My Heart." O Saturday Evening "How Are Foreign Affairs Affecting Us Back at Home?" Host: John Kelly. 03 City Update News and interviews. 39 56 Reports Local public affairs. GS Faith for Miracles 7:30 O Dance Fever Wilt Chamberlain, Arte Johnson, Lynda Goodfnend, Bob McGilpm. Q Sportscene 83 Temple Baptist BDMASH Potter suggests passing out sugar pills to the wounded whet the camp's morphine supply runs i'.yt. 39 Sneak Preview j "Take 2." 3:C0 II The Chisholms The wagon tram is threatened by an Indian attack after a sweeping fire turns the prairie into an inferno. O CHIPs A pair of mtellgent but mischievous boys hide Out from punishment n the Dac of a s'den Ry- ftoce. Brad Savage, Christopher Holloway, Warren Berlinger, Timothy Agoglia Carey, Judy Strangis, Jayne Kennedy. o ADV. New Smash Hit Comedy! Now Every Saturday! One In A Million! O One In a Million debut Visions of Shirley marrying and moving far away dance in Cushing's head after Shirley falls for a handsome African prince. NHL Hockey Toronto Maple Leafs at Edmonton Eskimos. Channel 20s Saturday evening programming Is available only to pay-TV subscribers. 3D Lawrence Welk "Hits by Famous Show-Biz Groups." Songs of the Beatles, the Platters, the Everly Brothers, the Four Aces, the Andrews Sisters, Astaire-Rogers and the Captain and Tennille. 33 Hudson River specii Chronicle of life along the Hudson River, from antiquity to modern times. GB Wings of Truth 8:30 O The Ropers (New time.) Helen invites a young woman who has been secretly living in the Ropers' storage room to live with them, but Stanley is opposed. GB Bible Prophecy 9:00 O CBS Movie "The $5.20 an Hour Dream," '80, Linda Lavin, Richard Jaeckel, Nicholas Pryor, Mayf Nutter, Taurean Blacque, Pamela McMyter. A divorced working mother struggles to get and then keep a job on a factory's all-male assembly line. o ADV A Sensuous Murderess! Does She Want BJ Dead Or AWe? A Must See! (3 BJ and the Bear BJ's life could depend on whether his beautiful passengker (Judith Chapman) is a murderess who escaped from a mental hospital or a woman who was framed for murder. O The Love Boat Doc uses a lades' man in a plot to di-ve't the attention jt his latest heart-tnroo's S'S' : v oi he-'ps a boy sew ing to reunite his parents; a woman won't let her husband enjoy the cruise because of recent surgery. Misty Rowe, Vicki Lawrence, Janet Dubois, Cleavon Little, Brett Somers, Phil Harris. 3D Movie "Critic's Choice," '63, Bob Hope, Lucille Ball, Marilyn Maxwell, Rip Torn, Jessie Royce Landis. The wife of a drama critic writes a play under the condition that her husband not review it. He does anyway. 39 Los Angeles Philharmonic speci al Performance at the Hollywood Bowl. Selections include "Die Fledermaus" by Johann Strauss Jr.; "Rondo Ca-priccioso" by Camille Saint-Saens, and "Carmen Fantasy" by Pablo Sar-asate. GB Keys to the Kingdom Religious. 9:30 GB Operation Breadbasket 10:00 O Prime Time Saturday Reports on swindlers who sell fake commodity contracts via telephone and federal grants given to Cesar Chavez's United Farm Workers Union; profile of diminutive actor Herve Ville-chaize of "Fantasy Island." 0 Fantasy Island A beautiful ex-centerfold model (Barbi Benton) desires to treat men as sexual objects for a change of pace; a man (HughO'Brian) wants to read a valiant group of men on a daring commando raid. 39 American Film Theatre "Galileo. " Topol stars as the great scientist and mathematician who opposed the dogma of the Catholic Church in the 1600s. GB Hour of Deliverance Religious. 11:00 O News:WilllsFeldman O News: BluntMoore O News: Edlund O News: Nat'l.Local 3D Comedy Shop Wolfman Jack, Tom Druson. Morey Amsterdam, the Great Tomsom and Bill Miller. GB Salvation Rock Peiig;ous. 11:30 0 Movie "Goodbye, Coiumb .t " '69, Ah McGraw, Richard Benjamin, Jack Klugman, Nan Martin. Young man moves in with family of the selfish young woman he loves while they are in the midst of planning a lavish wedding for her brother. Comedy-drama. Saturday Night Live Teri Garr host the B-52s. Q Double Feature "The Summer of '42," '71, Jennifer O'Neal, Gary Grimes, Jerry Houser, Oliver Conant, Christopher Norris. Three 15-year-old boys learn about life, love, and sex while spending the summer on a resort island during World War II. "Sons and Lovers," '60 (B) Trevor Howard, Dean Stockwell, Wendy Miller, Heather Sears. D.H. Lawrence story about the unusually affectionate bond between a coal miner's son and his mother. 3D Movie "The Island of Living Horror," '68, John Ashley, Kent Taylor, Beverly Hills. Three Americans are sent by the government to an island to investigate rumors ot mutation of plant and animal life resulting from atomic testing. GB Liberty Temple 11:40 O Movie "A Place to Die," 73, Alexandra Hay, Bryan Marshall, Sally Stephens, John Turner. A young bride and her new husband arrive in a sirange village and the woman just happens to fit the description of a bride of Satan who's supposed to turn up there, too. 1:00 O Movie "Trog," '70, Joan Crawford, Michael Gough, David Griffin. A woman anthropologist studies a troglodyte, a primitive half-ape, who is released and goes on a rampage. 3D Tales of the Unexpected Lady Turton (Joan Collins) is a rich, beautiful and seductive millionairess who is considered a pain in the neck by her husband (Michael Aldridge) and the butier (Sir John Gielgud) . 1:10 O Superstars of Wrestling 1:30 O Movie "The Dough Boys." '30 (B) Buster Keaton, Sally Tilers. Wealthy young man joins the Army to impress his girlfriend. 2:00 E3 The Arab Voice . vaneiy Host Faisai Arabo. Lake Placid to Yugoslavia: ABC will spend $350 million for its coverage in 1984. on top of it The devil and Steve Martin are in Olympic competition KAMIKAZE PROGRAMMING - If you thought the crazi-ness of last year's February sweeps was incredible when one Sunday saw Dick Clark's Elvis Presley movie programmed opposite "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" and "Gone With the Wind" in one of the most expensive nights of cutthroat networking ever, hang in there. It may get just as crazy this year. ABC has the winter Olympics running in February, and CBS and NBC plan to do something about that. What? Well, the programming information is just starting to trickle in. But CBS has already lined up "Exorcist" and "Exorcist II" for Feb. 12 and 13. How the network plans to handle the profanity in "Exorcist" isn't clear. NBC, meanwhile, is hitting back with a Steve Martin special on Feb. 14. INTERESTED BUYER - An official of Doubleday Broadcasting of Minneapolis confirmed that the media firm is negotiating for the purchase of WBFG-FM, one of Detroit's two stations doing primarily religious broadcasting. Trinity Broadcasting of Detroit is interested in selling the station as part of its plan to win Federal Communications Commission permission to take over the license for the proposed new Channel 38 on local UHF TV. The Doubleday official refused to say whether his firm would change the format away from religious programming should a deal be, reached. He did stress, however, that Doubleday would want the station to be financially profitable if they took it over. Industry estimates put the selling price of the station in the neighborhood of $2 million. That price, however, could not be confirmed. The FCC does not allow broadcasters to own a TV and an FM radio station in the same market. There is, however, a grandfather clause to that ruling that permits cross ownership for those firms that owned radio and TV stations in the same market before the ruling went into effect. ABC, for example, owns an FM and AM radio station in Detroit, as well as WXYZ-TV. Dave Zurawtk JL - Jw Miin cunfiirKJwm DRUGSTORES Come in and ask your pharmacist in green how generic drugs can save you money. PIANO AND ORGAN WAREHOUSE SHOWROOM If you're looking for a good buy on a used organ or piano we have a large selection in stock. Choose From Allen, Baldwin, Steinway, Lowrey, Hammond, Kimball, Conn, Yamaha, Gulbransen and Wurlitzer. We have new pianos from $1295 and new organs from $995. GIVE US A CALL OR STOP IN TODA Y. CUT WAREHOUSE 12811 CAPITAL AVE., OAK PARK 543-7414 Hours. 10-7 dally F8 B IMl t CAHTAL, AV HEAR HOUR0F DECISION SUNDAY CUFF BARROWS GEO. BEVERLY SHEA TEDD SMITH WBFGFM 2:00 P.M. 98.7 MC WEXL 10:05 P.M. 1340 KC NOTICE OF HEARING The Federal Communications Commission periodically prescribes depreciation rates for Michigan Bell Telephone Company. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has scheduled a meeting beginning February 26, 1980, and continuing February 27, 28 and 29 as necessary for the purpose of discussing and, if possible, agreeing upon depreciation rates for which a filing will then be made by Michigan Bell Telephone' Company with the FCC requesting its order prescribing such rates for the Company effective January 1, 1980. The Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) has been invited by the FCC, pursuant to Section 220(i) of the Communications Act of 1934 USCA 220(i), to participate in those meetings and to present its views and recommendations. On January 25, 1980, Michigan Bell Telephone Company filed an application with the Michigan Public Service Commission requesting that it attend and participate in the depreciation meetings scheduled by the Federal Communications Commission to present its views in accordance with Section 220(i) of the Communications Act of 1934 47 USCA 220(i). The Company has provided the FCC with a Preliminary 1980 Depreciation Rate Report and has furnished a copy thereof to the MPSC. The Michigan Public Service Commission will hold a public hearing on this matter at 9:30 a.m. on February 11, 1980, in the offices of the Commission, Mercantile Building, 6545 Mercantile Way, Lansing, Michigan 48910. That hearing will be in the nature of a prehearing conference. Any interested persons may attend the hearing and participate, subject to the provisions of the Commission's Rules of Practice and Procedure. Interested parties may examine copies of the Michigan Bell Telephone Company Preliminary, 1980 Depreciation Rate Report at the Company's offices at 27777 Franklin Road, Room 1700-American Center, Southfield, Michigan 48034. RULE 11 -INTERVENTION Any persons seeking to intervene in accordance with Rule 11 of the Rules of Practice and Procedure Before the Commission, shall file with the Commission, at least four days prior to February 11, 1980, an original and six copies of a petition to intervene, together with proof of service upon the Company. Subparagraph (2) of said Rule 11 provides as follows: "(2) A petition to intervene shall set out clearly and concisely the facts supporting the petitioner's alleged right or interest, the grounds of the proposed intervention, and the position of the petitioner in the proceeding, so as fully and completely to advise the parties and the commission of the specific issues of fact or law to be raised or controverted." (Emphasis added) The Commission will require strict compliance with the above quoted rule. The Commission claims jurisdiction pursuant to 1909 PA 106, as amended, MCLA 460.551 et seq; 1919 PA 419, as amended, MCLA 460.51 et seq; 1939 PA 3, as amended, MCLA 460.1 et seq; 1969 PA 306, as amended, MCLA 24.201 et seq; and the Commission's Rules of Practice and Procedure, 1954 Administrative Code, 1968 Annual Supplement, R460.11 et seq. This notice is published pursuant to Commission order. Michigan Bell pmetofturchirii ffundmi SERVICES FOR THE WEEK Baptist DEXTER AVENUE - 13500 Dexter Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship 8 00 and 10 45 a.m. 6 00 p m. Mld-Week Prayer Service. Wed. 7:00 p.m. - Bible Class. RUSSELL ST. BAPTIST CHURCH 0700 Chrysler Freeway Rev. Cuilan W. HiH, Pastor 9 a m. Sunday School. 10.30 am Morning Worship Rev. Thomas Berry, speaking. SECOND BAPTIST Downtown Since 1136 44t Monro at Beaunten Robert F, Holloman Jr , Pastor 10 30a.m "Ain't Misoehavin' "Rev Holloman 12 30p m Sunday School 2 l5p m B T U Wed 7 30 p m Mid-Wee Prayer Service. Baptist TABERNACLE BAPTIST - 6125 Beechweod 8 a m. "Ambitions In Peril." 10:46 a.m. - "The Ultimate Experience." Dr. Frederick G. Sampson, preaching. CHURCH Of OUR FATHER 5333 E . 7 M.I6 Road Rev. Thomas Evans, Pastor 8 a.m. Pastor Preaching i 1 a.m. Mr Leroy Clowney, "What Manner ol Man s This?" Wed. 7 to 9 p.m. Christian Education Night. Episcopal MARINER'S CHURCH - Since 1942. 170 E Jefferson. WO 3-1255. Using the 1928 Book ol Common Prayer Sunday Services 8.30 a m 4 11 a m. Church School & Nu'sery Free Parking Episcopal CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST. PAUL 4800 Woodward at Hancock. 831-0623 Sunday Service, 8. 9 4 11 a m. Infant Care 9 4 11 a.m. Free Parking at Hancock Entrance ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF DETROIT Woodward cor. Fisher Fwy. The Third Sunday after Epiphany SAM- HOLV COMMUNION HAM- HOLY COMMUNION SERMON CHURCH SCHOOL 4 NuHSE.P1 12 15 p m Coffee & 5ooa' Hour Wed Noon-i?i5pm Holy Communion Mowed Dy luncheon Ample ParK.ng !9?8P'ayerBook Episcopal ST. MATTHEW'S end ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH. Established 1 846 - Using New Prayer Book 8850 Woodward Ave at Holbrook Fi. G. Walker. Jr . Rector. 8 00 a m. Hory Eucharist and Sermon 11 a.m. Solemn Eucharist and Sermorr Wed. 10 a.m. Mass and Healing Service Unitarian-Uriiversalist 1st UnllwIan-UnWtrMlltl, 4605 Cass at Forest rTO-9'07 10.30 a m - P-of. Jack Gallagher. "Technology, Medicine and Ethical issues for the 80s ' ; Unity 17506 2nd at Paimef Park Sunday Service 9 and nam Caii j4k-4&S for a complete lis! of activities Radio WOPS-FM. 105.1 JMon thruFn. ? 00 a m and Sunday at 11 a tu

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