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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IFTHBRIDGE HERAIP Friday, Novembtr 3, 1975 Zeller's SATURDAY SUPER SAVERS MERCHANDISE ON SALE TONIGHT 6 TO 9 P.M. AND ALL DAY SATURDAY 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. MAN SIZE 3 POSITION RECLINER SUPER CHAIR Green, Brown rechner mechanism -Casters on front legs. SPECIAL, EACH LADIES' LONG SLEEVE SHIRTS prints and colors -Sizes 10 to 16 Preu cotton -Reg. 4.84. SPECIAL BOYS' DOWN-FILLED SKI JACKETS repellent -Sizes 30 lo 36 -Reg. 22.88. SPECIAL 1L77 CLEARANCE MENS DRESS BOOTS -2 styles -Brown or Black -Sizes 6Vz to 10. -Reg. to 16.66 PAIR 9.96 LADIES' LONG BRUSHED GOWNS -Soft shades oF Coral, Green, Glue and Mauve -Sizes S, -Reg. 6.44. SPECIAL TEENS' INSIDE STORY HAND BAGS -Assorted styles and colors -Shoulder length straps -Reg. 4.96. SPECIAL I MELAMINE DINNERWARE SET -34 piece -Gold, Orange, Green or Blue -Four patterns. -Reg. 17.97 SET ROSE BOUQUET COMFORTERS backed -Polyester Fibrefill patterns -Reg. 9.96....... EACH y.96 TOYLAND SPECIAL! CAR KITS HALF PRICE TOYLAND SPECIAL! LARGE 3-PIECE TABLE and CHAIR SET models. -Reg. 3.99. EACH 1.94 -One table, two chairs -Wood construction -Regular 16.88 SET 11.84 SPECIAL! PHENTEX YARN -Mb. pkg. colors -3 ply -Reg. 2.44. SPECIAL 1 FABRIC SPECIAL! POLYESTER JERSEY -45" wide -Assorted patterns and colors -Ideal for lounge wear and long skirts ,J 2.99 per yard YARD.......... I .96 SPECIAL! SHAG RUGS -12'xl5' -100% Nylon and Mauve only -Reg. 149.95 EACH SANYO 12" PORTABLE TV -Black and White -One year warranty -Reg. SPECIAL WINDSHIELD WASHER ANTIFREEZE one gallon plastic container Reg. 1.27..... SPECIAL teller's County Fair 1 ill'l- locmod In Zellgr'i Shopping Cinlrt on Mayor Mngrolh Drive. Open Dally 9 a.m. In 6 p.m. Thurldoy and Friday 9 a.m. In 9 p.m. Tdophono 32B-B171 ARRESTED Sheriff's Copt. Harry Derum today announced lhal ihree men identi- fied OJ William Mark (Zorro) Milten, left, Chester M. (Festus) Green, 29, right, and Ed- ward (Junior) Carter, 24, centre, hove been arrested in Ihe slayings of 1wo of the threa personi whose bodies were recovered from graves on a scenic ranch near Ukiah, Calif. Derum said all three are members of the Hell's Angels motorcycle gang. Beware-the phone bugs may get you EDMONTON (CP) When they talked about bugs in the telephones yesterday at the Al- berta legislature, there were no howls of outrage from the mem- bers about electronic eaves- dropping. What was discussed, rather, ;as the possibility that public telephones might be a source of infection because of bacteria deposited by somewhat less- than-healthy users. Tests show that pathogenic bacteria can live for days in human saliva ejected onto tel- ephone said Op- position member Roy Wilson, in asking Telephones Minister Len Wetry if Alberta Govern- ment Telephones has consider- ed mandatory disinfection of all public phones. 'I! the subject is as much of a problem as the honorable member for Calgary Bow seems to think it replied Mr. Wer- ry, "I'll be ve-y happy to look into the matter." Then Opposition member Gor- don Taylor, perhaps taking a poke at Mr. Wilson's question, asked whether "the honorable minister Is considering stopping all kissing in telephone booths." Mr. Werry, nearly drowned out hy laughter, replied, "If [he honorable member for Drumheller has anybody speci- fically in mind, I'd be pleased to pass an order in council or something." Protection urged for family farm EDMONTON (CP) Alber- ta should enact legislation to protect the family farm from ihe threat of large corporate farming enterprises, Grant Not- ley, leader of the New Demo- cratic Party, said in the house. He was speaking on the Cor- porate Farming Act, a private 1 member's bill he introduced at j the spring sitting of the current I session. It is designed to pro- hibit corporations from engag- ing in fanning in the province. He said preservation of the rural way of life depends on maintenance of the family farm and he refuted claims that cor- porate farms are more efficient than family operations. "It depends on your yard- stick. It may result in a more efficient use of capita] but not a more efficient use of land or labor." Moreover, Mr. Notley said, Aid refugees TORONTO (CP) The Cana- dian Red Cross Society has ear- marked to assist Bur- undi refugees in Rwanda and in funds and aid to Fiji where about people were left homeless from a hurricane last week, R. J. Kane, chair- man of the society's executive committee, said Thursday. Mr. Kane said 14 cases of clothing have been released to the FIJI Red Cross which is at- tempting to provide food, cloth- ing and shelter to the homeless. The contributions to Rwanda are going to assist in resettling operations, he said. SPECIAL FALL OFFERI For Hard Cover Binding oF: NATIONAL GEOGRAPHICS COLIN BATE BOOKS 312A 8lh Slroel South (Rear of Bailey's Keyboard) Offer Expire. Nov. 23, 1972 Hie social implications of cor- porate farming must be consid- ered; smaller cent-es such as villages and hamlets will dis- appear if the family farm is allowed to die because corpor- alc farms will undoubtedly buy in bulk from cities. "Society must reject the de- humanizing concept that big- ness is synonymous with pro- gress The family farm must be preserved." The NDP leader modelled his bill on legislation passed in North Dakota in 1932. "The popularity of the North Dakota legislation is evidence, since an effort to repeal it was rejected hy voters in 1968. "Three other U.S. states Kansas, Oklahoma and Minne- sota have also Imposed pro- hibitions on corporate farming and similar legislation has been proposed in several states." Funds available for rates battle EDMONTON (CP) Con- sumer groups fighting proposed rate increases by Calgary Power Lid. may get some fin- ancial help from the provincial government, Utilities Minister Len Werry told the legislature. Replying lo a question from Grant Nollcy, provincial New Democratic Party leader, Mr. said his department would be prepared lo aid the groups financially "or olheT- wise" if asked for assistance, Mr. Notley contended thai many consumer groups could nol afford to spend Ihe money necessary to present Iheir ar- guments lo the Public Utilities Board. NO INCREASES Calgary Power is scheduled lo present its proposal for a general rate increase averag- ing about 15 per cent at a hear- big by the utilities board later this year. Founded in 1911, the company serves indivi- dual and corporate consumers including the cities of Cal- gary, Lelhbridge and Medicine Hat in most of the southern two-thirds of the province and has never had a general rale increase. "Most people find this hard lo believe, but it's said Calgary Power spokesman Dick Wilson, in a telephone interview from his Edmonton office. "What's more, we've had sev- eral general rale decreases since we were founded, Ihe most recenl ones being in 1963 and 1965." He said charges lhat Calgary Power is an American owned company are false. "Ninety-seven per cent of our shareholders are Canadian and Ihey hold 98 per cent of the shares." Govt. seeks site for cattle lot CALGARY (CP) The pro- vincial government will al lempt to find an alternative lo- cation for a controversial caltle feedlot planned for the north- east part of the city, Municipal Affairs Minister Dave Russell said here. He made the announcement afler meeling wilh Mayor Rod Sykes and lawyer Mill Har- radence who represented area Get iqqer and quicker cash values with Manulife 25, the "special advantages" policy. Call your nearest Manufacturers Life Representative. tn The Mdnulaciuicrs Ulc Insurance Company rcsidenls objecting lo the devel- opment. The residents had complain- ed about the development for several months and have ap- pealed in Alberta Supreme Court the planning board deci- sions which approved the pro- ject. They complained Ihe million operalion would cause pollution from cattle wastes and bad odors which would impair the quality of the neigh- borhood. They held a protest march in Septcmlrer and this week rtem- onstratcd in front of the may- or's house. Mr. Russell said government agencies would seek a site in another Alberta centre accept- able to the developers, Airways Industrial Park Ltd. which is privately-held. Quiet death for hospital fees motion EDMONTON [CD A res- olution supporting Ihc rc-in- Icmenl. of daily deterrent fees for hospital patients died n quick, quid, death nL the AI- lierln llospilal Association an- imal convention horo. Only four or fivo delegates volttl for I ho resolution after AIIA president Fred Lamb told tho.m the AIIA questions Ihc piru-licalily of deterrent fees. "Our experience is thai when we limit them, they did not renlly net ns n he said. lie lold delegates Ihe whole hospital financing system Is under review. TV HIGHLIGHTS KltlUAV SIOV1I! DKAMA: "The C p.m., Cll. 7. Four soldiers of. fortune are hired Lo rescue a woman kid- napped by a Mexican bandit. COMEDY; Sonny and Clicr, t-'li. 13. Lorno Green recites a sports poem, plays an overthrown Latin president and other sketches. Also guests arc the William brothers, nc-ohcws of Andy Williams. COMEDY: 8 CIi. 7. It appears that Hawkeyc has flipped when ho rejects the attentions of an attractive nurse and exhibits some eccenlric eating habits. COMEDY: All in the Family, p.m., Ch. 7. A run- ning battle about the Presidential election highlights tne tale ot an inheritance for Mike and Archie's notion on how to spend the money. MYSTERY: ColumUo, p.m., Cli. 13. Robert Gulp as a murderer and his airtight alibi has the detective guessing. CHIME DRAMA: FBI, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Erskine poses as a blind chess master Lo clamp down on an espionage ring. MOVIE COMEDY: "Guess Who's Coming to 12 midnight, Ch. 13. An old movie favorite starring Spencer Tracy, Katherlne Hepburn and Sidney Poitier. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Mackenna's a.m., Ch. Violence and adventure set in the Southwest of 1871. SATURDAY SPOUT: CFL Football, 12 noon, Ch. 7. The Winnipeg Blue Bombers meet the Hough Riders in Ottawa, SPORT: Wide World of Sports, p.m., Ch. 13. The annual Knox Hill Mountain climb from Kelowna and a review of outstanding plays during the 1972 CFL season. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs fisfed by the radio and tefavhion Italians. Any variation in program schedule is due to Ion- minute changes by the stations and li not'the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. Morley McGill and Allan Bell: Contemporary Newt Doug iMarvim Confemporary Sports Leo Dow: Farm News Music We Remember: Sunday Mornings FRIDAY NIOHT King Jack NeuTeld Paul Tessler CHEC-FM SATURDAY Buryl Clark CJOC News with Bill Skelton, Rod Whilf, Bill Mntheson Sport Brent Seely and Don Mncleon Farm and Ranch Doug Card FRIDAY NIGHT World At John Walker Requesl Line (.00 John Charles CATIIBF.IIV Newi SATURDAY Jack News Johnny Walker Jim Elliott Soccer Result! News, Wlhr, Sporls Spans Johnny Walker News CHEC FM Hourly Wthr. Half Hour MOM. THRU SAT. Consle) Don Redman Don MacMaster Don WiacAAasler Sign Off Concerts (Bob CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Atlanllc Symphony Malice Board Jazz Canadians Righl or Wrong? Bringing Back the This Country Future Our Nallva Land News, Wlhr, Sport Football U of C at U of S Musical Program The Scent Identifies FRIDAY NIGHT Home Run BBC News World al Six As It Happen! The Entrrlalnera News, span, wthr. SATURDAY From Ihe Capitals Eye opener F.VB Nlghls a Week Morning Concert See it it's New at ANGLO N-EW oF 1610 SONY Powerful 10 Transistor Portable RADIO with largo ilida-rule dial icale for caiy iuning; wilh bulll-ln telescopic ant en no and tone control switch. Operate! on AC (AC adaptor op- lional extra) or DC. Cabinet is set off by simulated 1 e a I h cr and chrome trim. C'w bolferioi, ear- phono and carrying case. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and fnoloyiaptuc 419 Slh ST. 5. PKONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) S'30 FRIDAY CJOC Ncwi Lei's Make a Deal Crossfire CJOC News Movie: Movie: Gold The Protesiionali SATURDAY MASH Spitierman All In Ihe Family Filnlstonc Hour Tommy Hunlcr Georcip of Jungle Dean Marlln Lidsvllle News CO DasiCrdly and Mull Icy Penelope Pllslop Salcty Roundup CFL Sporls Week Wrfslllnti J-00 Clalro OlMn Simon Locke, M. Bugs Bunny NHL, Hockey CrCN-TV Lethbridge Chorine! 13 (Cnblevision Ch. 4) FRIDAY Doris Day (c) Hews U) Sireers of Francisco Sonny and Cher B-30 Movifl: Most Crucial Gama FBI Hews Hews ,_.uu. WHo's Coming lo SATURDAY ThnunM (or Day Rintstoncs Where's Huddlns Houso ol Frlght- (c) TOD Cnl Walcrvllla Gflnq Puppet Pcoplt S'ory Thcalia Cnnnonbflll Musical Frlendl Wresllinq Mr. Chips Sports Digest Pendulum (c) X.30 World ot Sports News (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY SATURDAY News CGF Tolctnursi Pink Panther News (c) Amniind Chon DICk Vnn Dyke Srooljy Deo A-30 All In Family Pussycnts Movie: Tho FllnlMonos Dirly Doifli (PL 3) Aichlrs McGovrcn Alberl DUQS Snbrlnn Impossilblo News (c) Tonlglil Show U'OO Under clog Hound Cnls Roman Holiday! J-M Rarklcys 7030 Around thd World A no Lassie (c) voo iinp iinw Myslcry M KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablovlsion Ch. 11) FRIDAY Newn (c) Truin or ConSfiqucncrs 7-fKI nrndy [lunch Pnrlrldnr Fnmlly Room Vl Odrt Couple (c) Lovft American Stylo (c) News 10r30 Wlstcr Ruridv, lng SATURDAY News II. R. Pulnstuf 5 Tlip Osmondi Movlp; Robin llnodnlk Drarfy Kim Dowllchi Do khcd Kid Pnwrr (c) Funky Phantom Lidsvllle Tho MfinkMl American [Vfbfllf Wiclo World of Sporls Tho RooMit Chtr ;