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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4 Sunday, Feb. 9 Pinnochio 8 U.S. of Archie Niven Miller Agriculture U.S.A. a Bailey's Comets This is the Life V) Crossroads Thought For The Day University On The Air fl> Dwayne Friend O Reach Out Homer James Rev. Solbrekken Rex Humbard O Day of Discovery m Lively Woman Oral Roberts Day of Discovery O Kalheryn Kuhlman To You With Love Make a Wish I Believe In Miracles 0 Face the Nation Korg O Face the State Horst Koehler Faith, for Today Reach for the Top O Meet the Press Goober You Really Can Christopher Closeup Debate '75 District 7 O Sports Spectacular Howie Meeker Issues and Answers Max Solbrekken Behind the Score Happy Bible Hour Men's Superstars Rex Humbard Just For You S> Celebrations Canadian Open Men s Squash Championships B Agap ON8A a Country Canada (B American Sportsman a Onedin Line Help Someone Today O Sportscope a Speaking Out O Garner Ted Armstrong m Agriculture U.S.A. O Sixty Minutes ID Question Period a Arts 75 Animal World a The Jeffersons a Wild Kingdom a Music To See ID Untamed World a Music Machine 0 Bobby Goldsboro 8 Six Million Dollar Man O Walton Special a Lucas Tanner a World of Disney a All In The Family C Conver. with the Premier O World of Disney 4D Movie: Airport a Movie: Columbo a Beach Combers a Irish Rovers a Waltons O Sunday Mystery Movie a Performance Rockford Files a Market Place aiw-s a Adam 12 a News a Carol Burnett a Special: Dean Martin Mornings Thought (or the Day Farm News University of the Air Pinocchio News O Understanding Our World Yoga Wizard of Oz O Salute to Agriculture Farm City Today Canada A.M. Captain Kangaroo O Today Snow Klaras Korner Tales of the Riverbank Juliette it Friends AM America Ed Allen Romper Room B) Access (School Telecast) Audrey O Today in Montana 0 Come Alive e Hollywood Squares Love of Life O) News Life Style S) Canadian Schools O Jackpot Young and Restless Pay Cards Dress Up O Blank Check 8> Search For Tomorrow O News Sesame Street 0) Its Your Move All My Children O Celebrity Sweepstakes IB Let's Make A Deal B Galloping Gourmet O-As the World Turns a> Buckshot Dale Hamey O Days of Our Lives ID 510.000 Pyramid LOWMI Photo-FinMiing Prices In Town Including FREE Film FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY Southern Photo 1) '30 fm- PtwiM 327-5192, 329-M09 hour.. S.I. p.m. Seminar considers kids point of view Saga The Toronto Maple Leafs and the St. Louis Blues are determined to hang onto the last playoff spots in their respective divisions, the Leafs chased by the Seals, the Blues holding off .the North Stars and KC Scouts. In their last meeting the gloves came off on more than one occasion with pairings between Bob Gassoff and Brian Glennie, as well as Dave Williams and Barclay Plager setting the tone as the Leafs beat the Blues 4 1. The full CBC national network will receive part12 pf the Coaching in Canada series inaugurated Feb. The second feature will focus attention on the lec- turers and research ex- perts advocating a new concept in coach player relationships. The 50 --60 level 5 coaching students are advised Jo channel their thinking, in terms of instruction to young players, and approach the game from the boys' point of view. Rather than fill the needs of the game from an adult perspective, a concerted effort should be made by coaches to understand the mechanics of playing, practicing, and learning the game from the players' standpoint. In addition to part 2 of Coaching in Canada, viewers will see highlights of games between the Canadiens and Rangers, as well as Chicago and Van- couver. The Newfoundlanders return to Hockey Night in Canada as Bob Cole will call the play by play for the St. Souis Toronto game and Howie Meeker calling, the replays and looking-after the analyst duties. Dave Hodge and Brian McFarlarie will han- dle interviews and colour. CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS for any kitchen FREE ESTIMATES Complete range of cabinets to suit any requirement. Visit Our Showroom NOOK 425-13 St. N. (BRIDGE CITY CABINETS LTD.) Westminster Shopping Plaza Phona 329-0700 Disabled workers This year over Canadian workers will die. Some will be killed in ac- cidents and some will die by industrial disease. Half a million more workers will become ill or disabled. Feb. 13; CTV's Michael Maclear looks into the problems of making the workplace safer while try- ing to find who bears the responsibility for compen- sating the victims and their families, Maclear looks for answers in the Ontario mining town of Elliot Lake. ANNOUNCES SEASON The Santa Fe opera's 19th season will run from July 2 to Aug. 23, presenting six operas. Carmen, which hasn't been heard in Santa Fe since 1967, will open the season. The Brigantine Yankee sails around the world with a crew of young boys and girls. Life aboard ship will be shown Sunday on the CTV series, National Geographic Presents. Dream auction TORONTO (CP) Like to have poet Irving Layton compose a love sonnet for you? Or to co-host CBC-TV's Luncheon Date with Elwood Glover? Or be skippered around the Muskoka Lakes by Gordon Sinclair in his boat Ten to Twelve? .The Toronto Symphony's women's committee has drawn up what it considers the 300 most tantalizing dreams of Toronto hedonists and up for sale in a fund-raising dream auction on radio sta- tion CKFM Feb. 17. Some other dreams for sale: A round of golf with either Canadian champion Marlene Streit or Eddie Shack of Toronto Maple leafs. A 10-dayv wine-tasting tour of the French Grand Cru region. Being decked out with million worth of loaned jewels and chauffeured in a Rolls Royce or an Isotta- Fraschini. The committee hopes to raise Comment team Don Brown, executive producer for CBC-TV's coverage of the Canada Winter Games, has .come up with a solid team of veteran commentators. Don Wittman, CBC-TV's western sportscaster for CFL games, will be handl- ing microphone duties along with Beattie Martin of Regina, Steve Armitage of Vancouver and Gerry Fogarty of Halifax. Both. Wittman and Martin have previous ex- perience with the Winter Games. Don did television commentary for the 1971 Games in Saskatoon, and Beattie did the same job for CBC Radio that year. The national network of the CBC has scheduled eight hours of telecasts to the entire country. All telecasts will be live, with the exception of Sun- day, February 23, which will be on normal delays to all regions. Western fans, particular- ly those in Alberta, will be able to watch more than 20 full hours of action. The best bet for these viewers is to check their local television listings for times and dates. The gentleman of nortnAniericin A lot of people think movers are tough guys who don't understand the value people place on fragile antiques, china and other delicate Items. That understanding is part of our training. We learn to handle defies (a Items with a deft touch. We learn that politeness Isn't something you put on like a uniform. It's an attitude of genuine respect and helpfulness. So we call ourselves the gentlemen of the moving in- dustry. More Important, flcs like It. McLean MOVING LTD. "Your North American Van Lines Agents" Now located at 614 35th Street North Phone 327-3140 DID YOU You can rent roto tillers, lawn fafe i power rakes or aerators or edgers or rollers, .post hole augers, hedge trimmers, chain saws, wheel- barrows, paint sprayers, camper jacks, electric jack hammers, or drills for cement jobs, cement miners, trowels, ladders, tents. cribs, rollaways appliance carts, csrpel shampboers, etc, etc. .etc. Wards Services Ltd. 1712 2 S. 327-99B8 Goen 7-7 Except Sundays and Holidays ;