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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE March Found Second World War straggler College dropout becoming superstar TOKYO (AP) The young Japanese who found the Second World War straggler Hiroo Onoda in a Philippine jungle last month has become something of a superstar in Japan. And a highly paid one. too. Norio Suzuki, 24, a college dropout who has spent the last several years visiting Asian and. Middle Eastern countries on a shoestring, now can travel in style. Since his return with Onoda, Suzuki has been demanding and getting or more for an interview. His 20-year-old brother Ma- sato, who acts as his manager and business adviser, said Norio so far has given five "exclusive" interviews to magazines and three on television. Japan's leading literary magazine. Bungei Shunju, said it paid Suzuki "between and for an illustrated article by him. Dozens of newspaper and magazine articles have been written about Suzuki and his search for Onoda. What Suzuki did to become famous was to set out for the Philippine island of Lubang in pursuit of the elusive in- telligence officer. He had saved to finance the trip and a general idea where Onoda was hiding from occasional sightings by islanders. Quietly and with a minimum of conspicuousness, Suzuki pitched camp in lonely jungle clearings, sat back and waited. Then one day came a call for from behind a bush. "Are you asked Suzuki. The onetime imperial army officer snapped to attention and answered with a smart salute. "The war is Suzuki told him. "For me the war is still replied Onoda. Despite the differences in age and outlook, they became instant friends and talked long into the hours straight. Later, Suzuki was to make contact with Japanese authorities who would find Onoda's immediate superior officer and have new orders issued. CANDY BAR APPEARED The 10-cent candy bar ap- peared in 1968. Open Sunday, March 31, 1974, p.m. 1 SI 3 Cedar Place Lethbridge, Alberta Built by Ed Bartel Construction. New three bedroom home. sq. ft., 1V4 bath, open hearth fireplace. Seeing is be- lieving. B.B.C. 521. Your Host Les Martin-328-2464 140116th Street North Lethbridge, Alberta This lovely split entry with two bedrooms. Extra bedroom and rumpus room. Sliding glass doors to raised sundeck and rock garden. B.B.C. 483. Your Host John Eisenbarth 327-3440 Split Entry Beautiful two bedrooms up and one bedroom down. blocks away from schools. 940 sq. ft Well fenced and landscaped. B.B.C. 483-Z4. To view contact Don Gray 327-7770 Acreage Large three bedroom home on an 80 acre parcel, east of the City. Has small feedlot with running water. A real good hobby farm. B B.C. 5556. To view contact Don Gray 327-7770 Stove, Fridge Dishwasher Are included, but, that's.'only the beginning TaKe a look at" the four bedrooms. 2V4 baths and large back yard. M.L.S. 213-Z5. Call Ted Adnitt 327-1384 BLOCK BROS. Top Salesmen lor the Month of February. 1974 BLOCK BROS. NOY BARNABY 327-6683 95213th Street South Lethbridge, Alberta I have two bedrooms. I am in immaculate condition, 25 years old, close to public and separate schools and Hospitals. Come and see me. B.B.C. 475-Z1. My Host Frans Elemans 328-1262 83 Ft, Lot Good investment possibility. Has 1512 sq. ft. older building on it that used to be a con- fectionery store, now used for living quarters. Future revenue development here. 418 16th Street North. B.B.C. 375-Z4. Bill Lazaruk 328-7402 National Real Estate Service Ltd. DANNY NAULT 329-4637 Weekend Special Investment or starter home. Two bedroom home on 50 ft. lot. S16.000. B.B.C. 458. Call Ted Adnitt 327-1384 Picture Butte full price. Two bed- rooms, large kitchen, modern. Lot 45x125. B.B.C. 494-Z4. To view Phone Stu 327-4142 Titor Residence Two bedroom small home on large lot. New paint. New area. Low taxes. B.B.C. 501-Z6. Phone Stu 327-4142 FmilyHoM Four bedroom two storey home. New furnace. 220 wiring, heat- ed garage. B.B.C. 514- 21. Marlene Paul 328-1459 Fill PriM Two bedroom bungalow wltr flining room On good soutt" side lot Garage. B.B.C 355-Z1. Marlene Paul 328-1459 Three year old two bedroorr with extra bedroom ir basement. Ttie home has a carport and is well fenced. B B C. 6063 For viewing call JimMatitz 328-8204 1143 Glacier Drift Beautiful new tour level split home. Three bedrooms on uooer level Brlcts open hearth Sumpus room and enira bedroom S 8 C 470 For viewmg call JimMatisz 328-8204 I EINAR STOKKE 321-4352 PETER PRESLAND 329-3245 N.R.S. Catalogue Coflnptots Financing N.R.S.-M.L.S. InUvtat FrM Loana Realtor 32B-2356 Optn to 9 Guaranteed STU SHORTT 327-4142 FRANS ELEMANS 32MM2 JOHN EISENBARTH 327-3440 TED ADNITT MANAGER ART JOHNSON 327-2737 AveMatrt Menajef BLOCK NMtonri Hwl Estate SenrleeUd. "SUCCESS THRU SERVICE" PRANK TINORDt JM AI-C. S. TIM ORISAK A twenty minute drive to Leth- bridge. Neat two bedroom bunga- low on large 115x132 ft. lot. M.L.S. 149. Bill Lazaruk 328-7204 Almost New Extras Extras Extras. This you have to see. M.L.S. 213-'z5. Call Art Johnson 327-2737 Acreage 15 acres near Lethbridge. B.B.C. 509-Z6. Call Art Johnson 327-2737 Mobile Homes All sizes and shapes priced from up. Loads of living space at truly low prices. Jim Reay 327-0035 Raymond Older home on one acre of land. Think of the possibilities for only S5.000. B.B.C. 503-26. Jim Reay 327-0035 Formal Diniig Three bedroom home with some basement development. 1050 sq. ft. large lot fenced and landscaped. 1820 24th SL South. B.B.C. 464-Z2. Phone Let Martin 328-2464 UitoCMStTKtiM New three bedroom split entry, sliding glass doors lo covered patio. 1070 sq. 1. Pick your carpet and paint. B.B.C. 432-Z5. Phons Les Martin 328-2464 GMUUe Two oew ihree bedroom bun- galows with carports. Can me now as Jhe prices are real good. Can John Eisenbarth 327-3440 80 Acres Good home with lewd lol Good hoby farm B B C 440 Can John Eisenbarth 327-3440 WE TRADE HOMES BLOCK BROS TV highlights SATURDAY SPORTS: NHL Hockey, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. The New York Rangers meet the Maple Leafs in Toronto. MOVIE CRIME-DRAMA: The Alpha Caper, p.m., Ch. 11. Henry Fonda and Leonard Nimoy star in this daring plan to heist six armored cars carrying gold. MOVIE DRAMA: Little House on the Prairie, 7 p.m., Ch. 9. Michael Landon and Melissa Gilbert star in this story of adventure filled life on the Kansas frontier. MOVIE COMEDY: The Wicked Dreams of Paula Schultz, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Elke Sommer stars as an Olympic pole vaulter who defects to the West. MOVIE CRIME-DRAMA: Honor Thy Father, 12 midnight, Ch. 7. Joseph Bologna stars in this tale of life inside the Mafia. MOVIE DRAMA: So Evil, So Young, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Jill Ireland plays an innocent girl in a cruelly run reformatory. MOVIE MYSTERY: The Impersonator, a.m., Ch. 13. John Crawford and Jane Griffiths in the story of an English town menaced by a prowler. SUNDAY SPORTS SPECIAL: CBS Sports Spectacular, 10 a.m., Ch. 9. Men's competition in the Nations' World Series of Skiing al Heavenly Valley, Cal. SPORTS SPECIAL: Horse Race, 5 p.m., Ch. 7. From Aintree, England, the 117th running of the Grand National Steeplechase. MOVIE WESTERN: Invitation to a Gunfighter, p.m., Ch. 13. Yul Brynner and George Segal try to buck the powerful Pat Hingle. VARIETY SPECIAL: Revue, 6 p.m., Ch. 11. A flashy hour of vaudeville hosted by Hugh Downs. DOCUMENTARY SPECIAL: To the Wild Country, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. "The Other an indept look at Bilingual program OTTAWA (CP) A five- year renewal of a federal- provincial educational bilingualism program was announced Wednesday by Secretary of State Hugh Faulkner but a Quebec Social Credit MP asked that English- speaking Quebecers not be eli- gible. Mr. Faulkner said the pro- gram has cost an average of about million annually since it began in 1970. But Rene Matte Champlain) said in the Commons the English in Saturday 4-30 (B Wide World of Sports O Bugs Bunny O Lawrence Welk ID Sonny and Cher SB News O NHL O Barnaby Jones Q) Partridge Family (B Oil Report (B Kingo Bingo ID Movie: Pretty Boy Floyd 7-00 (B R O.Q. O Movie: The Little House on the Prairie 7.30 (B Police Surgeon (B Star Lost CD Owen Marshall 8-30 O Singalong Jubilee IB Kreskin O Movie. Wicked Dreams of Paula Schultz OD News (B Everything Goes O News S: 15 Oi Dean Martin 9.30 O Mary Tyler Moore O Grammy Salutes Oscar flD News CD Sing a Good Song i0rt 4 ffl B Anyltrmg YOB Can Oo B Password B News B Farmlv Conrt 4 3D B A Way Ool B Mod Sepal) a a Bvrfcsnol General Hospital Daic Harocy Snow Another World The Flinlsloncs One Ufe Jo Line Matdi Game Tinrtto w Movie. Tfee low American Styte TalUrtales Make a Deal Mite Dcrarlas Oneral Hospital Place Three wi a Matrti Onr Town Girl m My trie Somerset' World WiM Take Thirty Spli! Second Brady Btmrft Ine Good Word Newfoundland's beautiful and seldom photographed western coast. DOCUMENTARY SPECIAL: The Movies, 7 p.m., Ch. 11. A comprehensive kaleidoscope of classic films from the Silents to the '70s. Conclusion Monday 7 p.m., Ch. 11. SPECIAL: National Dream, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. "The Railway William Cornelius Van Home takes command the building of the Canadian Pacific. .SPECIAL: Newfoundland Anniversary, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. An interesting look at Newfoundland and its people. MOVIE DRAMA: The Chapman Report, 12 midnight, Ch. 7. Jane Fonda, and Shelley Winters star in this slick glimpse into the lives of four sexually unstable women. MONDAY MOVIE COMEDY: The Love God, 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Don Knotts portrays a meek bird journal publisher who becomes the pigeon for a pornographer. Unexpected support received CALGARY (CP) Meatcutters picketing the Lucerne Foods warehouse, which supplies block-cut meat to Safeway stores in British Columbia and Alberta, have been receiving support from an unexpected source the last two weeks. About 150 members of the Meatcutters and Canadian Food and Allied Workers Union, Local 373, went on strike March 5 in a contract dispute with the Safeway owned warehouse. A community services caravan operated by Carling O'Keefe Breweries has been providing the picketing workers with free coffee, cookies, cigarettes and a place to warm up and rest. The brewery has a national policy of providing such services to striking workers as part of a sales campaign aimed at one of their largest customers: working people. "We don't take any sides in labor says W. A. Dame, the brewery's community services representative. "We support them because they are beer drinkers. The picket line support is part of a company policy right across Canada." Workers on the picket line, say the brewery's hospitality is "fantastic" and seem to enjoy to plush couches and cosy comfort of the heated caravan. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Televisor) Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC 1090 Saturday 6-00 Buryle Clark 12.00 John Oliver 12.30 News. Sports. Wthr. 6.00 Paul Tessier Roy Rennick SUNDAY Leo Dow (Music Saturday Night Sports News Show Case Sunday News Canadian Concert Hall Blackfoot Indian Program 7-30 Family Favorites New Science Brown News Sports. Wthr. Sports Scores We Kememben 7 30 Indian News Media 8.45 Sports 12-30 News. Weather Sports Ind Baptist Church Gospel Hour 7-30 Back to God Hour CJOC 1220 11-30 Sunday Magazine 12-30 News' 3.10 Cross Country Checkup Rock On Entertainers 11-03 Capital Report 10-00 Hour of Decision 10 30 Sunshin Evangel MONDAY News. Wthr. Sport 8-35 Phone Bill Show 10.05 Gord Whitehead Show Hour of information News. Wthr. Sport 1-00 News and Grain Prices Sports Market Report 5.50 Local News World at Six CHEC-FM 100.9 Saturday Don MacMaster p.m. Del King p.m. Concerts. Overtures and Encores 6-00-12-00 Del King Concie's Carousel (All Night) Sunday a.m. Concerts. Overtures and Encores 10-00 p.m. Del King p.m. Cast Haus Hour (German Program) p.m. Del King Concerts. Overtures and Encores Midnight Sign Off CBR 1010 Saturday Night Demand Side Symphony Hall C.B.C. Stage 9-00 Canadian Concert Hall 10.03 Anthology Orchestral Concert Just Jazz Suday 7.05 Sunday Morning Sunday Morning Children's Story Time 9-03 Sunday Magazine Sunday Supplement 10.59 Time Signal Capital Report Entertainers Cross Country Check-Up N.H.L. Sherlocke Holmes Quebec Now S. 10 Sound of Sports Regional Orchestras National Arts Centre Orchestra Gilmor's Album The Bush and the Salon Warner's Waxworks Monday Warm Up Eye Opener World at 8 Calgary Eye Opener 9-00 World at Nine 10.39 Time Signal 12.03 Radio Noon Stock market School Broadcast Off the Record 3 30 Max Ferguson 4.00 B.B.C. News Home Run World at Six As It Happens 'Beat the Cost of Living Contest" Played 10 Times Daily on 1090 CHEC ;