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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Saturday, February 22, 1875 OPEN SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2 to P.M. 1818 16th AVENUE SOUTH LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA Get close enough to have a good look at this sensational buy. A two bedroom bungalow with a supeMarge-kitchen, Den and extra bedroom downstairs. This little lewel Is set by the yard' surrounding .It. Come and see me. Your Host: KARL HMS- 345-3462 B.B.C.838 723 24th STREET NORTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Be sure to keep Sunday afternoon open to see this home located In quiet area on the North side. There are three bedrooms up and the basement Is very well developed with kitchen, bath, two bedrooms and recreation room. See you there. Your Host will be ART JOHNSON -327-2737 1232 SQ.FT. This seven room dou- ble wide mobile home with baths gives you loads of. living space at a price you can afford- Some fur- niture included in the low price. Call PAT REAY 328-8073 B.B.C. 11B37-Z6 COMPLETELY REMODELLED This lovely little one bedroom home is ready to be moved in- to. All the work has been done, including new 220 wiring and plumbing. Large gar- age in rear. Call PAT REAY 328-8073 B.B.C. 11192-Z4 BELIEVE THIS? Four bedroom accom- modation for under Yes, and that's not all. You also get a large remodelled kitchen with loads of cupboard space and a good sized well treed lot. To view call JIM REAY 327-0035 B.B.C. 11712-Z5 BRIDGE VILLA ESTATES This 14 x 68'. mobile 'home is a" beauty. Three, bedrooms, big 'kitchen and living room. Price includes many extras. JIMREAY 327-0035 B.B.C. SIX MONTHS OLD 14 x 68' mobile home on serviced lot in Fort Macleod. This home is in excellent condition and is on natural gas. Forced air furnace. Skirted, axles and tires go with the home. Call GLEN SIMINGTON 327-0502. B.B.C. 947-Z6 VERY NICE A well cared for mobile home Westside Trailer Court. Would be an excellent home for University students or someone looking for a small home. Priced at including porch and fuel tanks. Phone GLEN SIMINGTON 327-OS02 M.L.S. BLOCK EJBROS. SALES PERSONS for the Month ol JANUARY OANNY NAULT 329-4637 GEORGE STONEHOUSE S53.31I2 "SUCCESS THRU SERVICE" WE TRADE HOMES Home N.R.S. Catalogue Canada Wide Service Complete Financing Interest Free Guaranteed Home Trade Mwupr LMMIW in-im REVENUE Be sure to have a look at this.fine South side house with self-, contained suite in the basement. Presently rented for upandc down. This house' is priced to sell. Call ARTJOHNSON 327-2737 B.B.C. 829-Z1 LOW DOWN PAYMENTS Real nice eight-year- three bedroom house. Has fully developed basement with bath. L-shaped liv- ing and dining room completely redecorat- ed. Located on a quiet street close to schools. To view ARTJOHNSON 327-2737 B.B.C. 895-Z4 DAIRY BAR WITH HOUSE Key location on main street in prosperous town. 30. minutes from Lethbridge. For more information call GORDON LUNDE 328-4874 B.B.C. 939-Z6 CAR RENTAL Southern .Alberta Franchise renting up to 30 cars depending on season. Ideal for cou- ple or'two people. For more information call GORDON LUNDE 328-4874 COALDALE buys this two bedroom burigalow on a. large lot. Home has 220 wiring, new fur- nace, good repair. Phone J.B. STOKKE 328-8566 B.B.C. 945-Z6 SCENIC DRIVE Lovely bungalow that is fully developed down. Terrific view. Large garage. Phone J.B. STOKKE 328-8566 FOR SHOWING M.L.S. WHERE? I have the home in your future. Lethbridge, Coaldale or Taber, two or three bedroom homes. B.B.C. 11710, two bed- rooms B.B.C. 11439, three bedrooms B.B.C. 10368, two bed- rooms B.B.C. 9.33, two bed- rooms Call LENA PEACOCK 327-0888 TV highlights SATURDAY MUSIC: Banjo Parlor, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. Marty Gillan has singer Charles Gray, the Bye Sisters, Banjo Parlor dancers and the Don Clark appearing on the show. VARIETY: Ceilidh, p.m., Ch. 7. Alasdair Gillies and the regulars are joined by singers Mary Dyer and Bob Graham. SPECIAL: Entertainment Hall of Fame Awards, p.m., Ch. 9. Gene Kelly hosts awards being presented to five living and honoring five deceased creators and performers for their contribution to the entertainment industry. VARIETY SPECIAL: Lily, 9 p.m., Ch. 11. Lily Tomlin is joined by newscaster Frank Blair, actor Richard Dreyfuss and the Peter Matz orchestra for an hour of jokes and comedy in a take off of SUNDAY AGRICULTURE: Country Canada, p.m., Ch. 7. Today's program is a study of Canadian farming and how farmland is diminishing because of the expansion of cities and industry. NATURE: Wild Kingdom, 4 p.m., Cn. 11. Marlin Perkins hosts a journey to primitive rain forests in South America to study animals who live in the shadow world beneath the bush foliage. VARIETY: Cher, p.m., Ch. 9. Jerry Lewis, Nancy Walker and the Osmond Brothers join Cher. MUSIC: Music to See, 5 p.m., Ch. 7. Kenneth Gilbert is featured with a recital including Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D Major. MUSIC: Keith Hampshire's Music Machine, p.m., Ch. 7. Keith is joined by April Wine, Liberation and the Local 149 band. MUSIC: Irish Rovers, p.m., Ch. 7. The guests appear- ing with the Irish Rovers include singer John Gary and banjo player Johnny Thorson. DRAMA: Performance, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. "Middle starring Maurice Good, Deborah Turnbull and Charlotte Blunt, is a dramatic tale of a successful middle-aged man dissatisfied with his way of life. VARIETY: Carol Burnett, p.m., Ch. 11. Scheduled to appear with Carol and the regulars are Tim Conway and Paul Williams. DOCUMENTARY SPECIAL: Window on the World, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. "The Oil Weapon" studies political and economic power of Arab oil producing nations and a history of how they attained their power. KRTV 3 CABLE O KFBBTV5 o Archer O Winter Games Coverage ID Good Ole Nashville Music (D Jimmy Dean 6-.00 (B News CD Mary Tyler Moore Q Lawrence Welk O Hockey Night In Canada New York at Toronto Oil Report IB Kingo Bingo ID-Bob Newhart Q Movie: train Robbers IB Emergency CD Kung Fu IE) Banjo Parlour 0) Movie-. Hustling O Ceilidh IB On the Line IB Movie: The Train Robbers 0 Movie: Salt Pepper Q News Q entertainment Hall" of Fame Awards 0) Lily Tomlin Special IB News O National Q) News O Winter Games Coverage IB News (B Cliff Edwards O Policewoman 0) News CO Rock Concert IB Movies: 1. Colombo 2. McCloud O Movie: Stolen Hours 2 Lost Command Sunday a Pinnochio Q U.S. of Archie a Niven Miller CD Agriculture U.S.A. CD This Is The Life Q Bailey's Comet a Crossroads CD Thought for the Day O Reach Out ID T.B.A. (B University On The Air a Homer James a Max Solbrekfeen O Day of Discovery CD Rex Humbard CO 4-H Club a Oral Roberts O Kathryn Kultlman Day of Discovery 09 To You With Love CD Make A Wish O Face the Nation O I Believe In Miracles CO Lively Woman 0} Korg O Faith For Today O Face The State O Goober and the Ghost Chasers O Meet the Press 0) Window On Britain O Reach For The Top (B Christopher Closeup ffi On The Line O District 7 O NBA Basketball Howie Meeker 0 Issues and Answers 0 Rural Report 8 Behind The Score 0 Men's Superstar Finals Happy Hour Bible O Rex Humbard 8 Just For You a Celebrations 0) Market Place Agape 1.-30 a Country Canada O Sports Spectacular Max Solbrekken 0 Debate 79 Wide World of Sports Irrigation Country O> You Really Can 0 Pentecost Presents a Canada Winter Games Horst Koehler Golf-Glen Campbell I..A. Open O Outdoors With Ken Calloway Help Someone Today a Garner Ted Armstrong Q Sixty Minutes Question Period Wild Kingdom V The .leffersons Untamed World Music To See a Cher a Six Million Dollar Man a Bobby Goldsboro Music Machine World of Disney Lucas Turner CJOC TV O CABLE CFCN TV (B CABLE 4 O All In The Family IB Adam 12 O World of Disney CD Six Million Dollar Man ID Movie: McCloud a Beachcombers a Irish Rovers O Sunday Mystery Movie: McCloud CD Movie: A Fistful of Dollars a Waltons 9.00 a Performance ID Rockford Files CO Window On The World O Adam 12 a Market Place CD News ID Carol Burnett a Ombudsman O Movie: The Secret Night Caller News 8 National a Nations Business CD News IB News a Tummy Banks Show IB Oil Report (B In Conversation CD Insight IB Merv Griffin B Movie: If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium Monday Morning IB Thought for the Day CD Farm News 0) University of the Air B Pinnochio CD Nevis O Understanding Our World a Wizard of Oz IB Yoga O Salute to Agriculture a Farm 4 City Today CO Captain Kangaroo IB Canada AM il Today Show a Klaras Korner a Tales of the River Bank CD A.M. America a Juliette and Friends a Ed Allen tt Romper Room IB Come Alive a Access (School Telecest) a Audrey Q Today .In Montana O Love of Life O Hollywood Squares O News a Alberta. Schools V Life Style a Young and Restless O Jackpot 09 Pay Cards O Blank Cheque a Dress Up a Search For Tomorrow Q News a AM My Children B> It's Your Move B Sesame Street s O Celebrity Sweepstakes a Galloping Gourmet a Let's Make A Deal B As The World Turns O Days of Our Lives O> Buckshot a Dale Hamey Magic a Pyramid a Woody Woodpecker O The Doctors a Partridge Family a News a General Hospital The Price Is Right a Movie: Brother John a Movie: Call Her Mom O Match Game a One Life to Live a The Money Maze BTaitletales a Another World B Wheel of Fortune B Edge of Night B Mike Douglas B Our Town B Gambit B Now You See It B The Big Showdown B What's The Good Word B Take 10 B Split Second B He Knows She Knowa B Family Court B Joker's Wild B Dr. Zonk Zunkins B Definition B Brady Bunch a NCWS Oddities In the news MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) Agriculture Seecretary Earl Butz believes farmers face serious problems with the new "consumer-oriented Congress" in the United States. "Half of the members of the agriculture committee are brand Bull said Tues- day night. "Many of them represent urban areas, not ru- ral ones, and they didn't get on there to help agriculture. "We've got a whole flock of new 'congressmen who wouldn't know the working end of a cow if you showed them Butz told a con- ference here. DENVER class assignment was to write your obituary and 14-year-old Steve Moflendor's was good enough to get an A. Five days later he was dead. He will be buried in Ilivet Cemetery as he had pre- dicted. Coroner Henry Toll said it is almost certain Steve's death was natural. The obit, printed in a local newspaper Thursday, read in part' "Many people know this young man for his academic achievements. He attended Bryant-Webster elementary for six years and he was awarded five scholarship awards, three citizenship awards and two book reading awards. He also took first place in his 4-H division.... He is survived by his parents, sister, brother and nieces and nephews." BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (AP) Albert Robbins, 74, of Bakersfield, Calif., told the judge he was going 20 miles over the speed limit because he had a 120-pound, 17-foot problem. He said his pet python had squirmed out of its barrel and was snuggling up against his neck. He said he decided to step on the accelerator in hopes of attracting police. His idea worked. But when officer Velton Lee saw Cap- tain, the of Robbins' rep- tile show, he declined to help stuff the snake back in his barrel. He issued a (65 speed- ing ticket, instead. When Robbins was through explaining, Judge Richard Thompson of municipal court requested a little snake show in the courthouse corridor and dismissed the charge. PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (AP) Delicatessen owner Nicolino Carnevale wasn't disappointed when people cut up his submarine sandwich almost as long as a submarine. The sandwich, measuring 104 feet by six inches, was cut into individual sandwiches and sold for to benefit the Desert Hospital develop- ment fund. The ingredients included 180 pounds of dough, 90 pounds of sliced tomatoes, 200 pounds of meat and cheese, 41 pounds of sweet bell peppers, 40 pounds of shredded lettuce and three gallons of dressing. PEPSI RADIO AND TV LISTINGS The He CHEC 1090 Saturday News is 20 min. to the hour and 20 minutes after p.m. News. Wltir.. Sport Sunday a.m. Indian News Media Saturday Night Sports News Show Case Sunday News Canadian Concert Hall Indian Program Family Favorites News B: 15 Christien Science News Sports, Wthr. Sports Scores a.m. Sports p.m. Canada Winter Games Review p.m. News. Weather, Sports p.m. Ind. Baptist Church 7-.3G p.m. Back to God Hour News is 20 min. to the hour and 20 minutes after CJOC 1220 Sunday Magazine News Cross Country Checkup Rock On Entertainers Capital Report Hour of Decision Sunshine Evangel Monday News, Wthr, Sport Phone Bill Show Hour of Information 12.30 News, Wthr., Sport News and Grain Prices Sports Market Report Local News World at Six CHEC-FM 100.9 Saturday p.m. Concerts, Overtures and Encores Concie's Carousel (All Night) Sunday a.m. Concerts, Overtures and Encores p.m. Gasthans Hour (German Program) Concerts. Overtures and Encores Midnight Sign Off CBR 1010 Saturday Nljfht Radio Exchange Symphony Hall C.B.C. Stage Canada Winter Games Closing Atlantic Sym. Orch Anthrology Orchestral Concert Just Jazz Sunday Sunday Morning Concert Sunday Morning Children's Story Time Sunday Magazine Sunday Supplement Capitol Report The Entertainers Cross Country Checkup N.H.L. Spin-Off Giimores Album B.'.S Sound of Sport C.B.C. Playhouse CBC Van. Chamber Orch. Quebec Now The Bush and the Salon Warner's Waxworks Monday Warm Up Eye Opener World at Seven World at Eight BBC News Calgary Eye Opener This Country In The Morning 10.59 Time Signal Radio Noon Your Forum School Broadcast OH The Record World at Six WINTER GAMES SPECIAL! Pepsi-Cola, Diet Pepsi, and Mountain Dew, family size depotit (teDOlH Handy 6-ptck cirrtora -OB- (96 PlutdtpotltptrcaM ;