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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta e THE lETHZalDGE HE3ALD SaWuy, 2. King of telephone freaks diah the wrong number SAN FPAXCISCO a Free l-.vo-ir.L'iute call lo Syd- _ T-j.. .i_ng f: j ney. Australia, ey.drf r'-s ;.wercay "I'm iis over." ssid a s: CCO for makiri j0j-_n Draper. tr.e K-year-oid 1 wizard e.s- TV HIGHLIGHTS FIGHTRESPIRATORY DISEASES WITH CHRISTMAS SEALS YDL? Cf-rist-ias Seal h.elpt rnaka rr-jiia, proqrms the fight atainit c-berculcsis, trandii tif, asrtjima, efr.physema and other respirs-tcrv CLSAD A 12- '4 f (2iJ r USE CHRISTMAS gained him i r.C'-.orc-cy a5 Captain Crunch, j Draper's fume casce after he ths' toy ivhis- ues in cereal bjxcs tr.e- te'e- pr.or.e rorr.piny's secret ac- tivzior He tr.e toy !o caH aro'jrd the world. Drsrer developed a sophis- krova a; a bbe FBI ajetu seized the tox ET.d a of r.arr.e5 and from ever the -.vorld a: Qrarer's home last 4. SATURDAY SPORT: MIL Hockey. 6 p.m.. Ch. T. The Atlanta Flames meet the Cauadiens In Montreal. SPECIAL: "A Charlie Brown 7 p.m., Ch. 13. Charlie rants about the commercialism o( Christmas and ho seeks the real meaning of the holy day. DRAMA: Police Surgeon, 7-30 p.m., Ch. 13, A young boy is the key to finding his who's In desperate need of medical help. New broadcast setup planned May protest COALDA1E 'KNSi De- on ex-sis ir.volvsd. ;ov.-n a bne: raw by Cslesry Power. The Urban >.tu- r-Icipaiities Assccistoa is plat- nir.s to arci siibp.'iit oriet '.o :-h-c- govext rr.eDt. EDMONTON fCP) A bill lo establish an .Alberta Education- al Communications Corp. 'Kill be introduced at next ses- sioo of 11-e legislature, the prov- ince's t'-vo edL-'cation ministers announced here. Jia Foster, minister of ad- var.cied education, and Lou Hyndman, minister of educa- BOOK BOOKS NEW and USED 40% OFF! DEC lit to 16th Watson's Book Store 1108 CENTRE ST. N., CALGARY Today's Showtimes aturday Short Subject Decs i: Kan'1 Last Comp'ete Snuday Special Matinee Time Complete Shoi Family' Short Subjects J'.IS 'VThere Does U One Complete Sbrw _ PARAMOUNT CINEMA Saturday Short SubJT-ct! The Sho- AdlT: Sandav Shor-L Subjects "The Other" Ore Sr.avr COLLEGE C1NE1H Saturday Lait Oraip'.ete ACIL'. S-iEday Short SLbiects "Xarsas CLty 8: Uou. said LT a statemen-t that the corporauon j will inc.'iii'de television and radio facilities. 1 MORTON NAMED i R. A. Morton, former ciation of curriculum for Mr. HjTidman'5 has toen named the corpora- lion's planning director. Mr. Hyndman said the Met- ropolitari Edmonton Educstion- sl T e 1 e v i the Calgary znd giona! education Televmoa (CARET) Association and Ed- monton-based CKUA, a radio station licences through Alher- ta Goveniment Tele phones have rieve.'oprf 'Tea] e.iper- tise'1 in educational comm'jni- "We waiit to co-ordinate them as a learn. At the same time, growth must be controlled so that we car. avoid the expen- sive duplication of fenices aixl prorhictkm faciHties." The corporation also la ex- pected to include other educa- tional broadcasting facilities in as well as a facility. Tte initial budget is to be about SI.5 million. lighting FOREMOST (Special) A very favorable progress report given to the recent meet- ing of Ojuniy ot school committee on renovations and capital for the 1972 budget year. IixiicatKJcs are that 07 Dtc. 31 all authorized projects in the county vill have tetn com- pfeled. These Include o! thfe lighting systerns at Fore- most, en the junior iiigh science laboratory at Senator Gershaw in and the cf fire safety recoiri-T.enrlatjoLs. tOMKDY: Sanford and Son, p.m., Cli. 13. Fred has a toothache but refuses to see a dentist and goes about moaning and groaning. MOVIE WESTERN: "The Hired 9 p.m., Ch. 13. A rambling tale set in Mexico in the about an Itinerant co-Atroy. .MOVIE DRAMA: "Wild the 12 midnight, Ch. 7. A wealthy Nevada sheep rancher Ls still haunted by the memory of hjs first wife and his ne'A' bride realizes this. MOVIE DRAMA: "Banning." 12 midnight, Cb. 13. A melodrama about professional golf in the artificial world of an exclusive country club. SUNDAY SPORT: Grey Cup Breaklart, a.m., Ch. 7. SPORT: Grey Cup Preview, 10 a.m., Ch. 7. A predic- tion on the garce and a some of the fcey playurs. a.m., Ch. 13. Interviews with coaches, players and visiting dignitaries. SPORT: Grey Cnp Game, 11 a.m., Ch. 7 and 13. West- em CFL champion Sastatcheu-an Roughriders mett the Eastern champs, the Hamilton Tiger-Cate, at Hamilton. SPORT: NKL Football, 12 noon, Ch. 9. The Chicago Bears meet the Mmr-LiOtta Vikings at Bloomington. Minn. SPORT: -NTL rootball, 12 noon. Ch. 11. Denver Broncos meet the Chiefs at Kansas City. WILDLIFE: Untamed World, 4 p.m., Ch. 13. A report on the world cri insects lith interesting camera ItEPOP.T: Counlrj- Canada, p.m., Cb. 7. A report on Regina's second annual Agribition and hovr it compares with the Royal Winter Fair in Toronto. MOVIE WESTERN: "The Over-lbe-Hill Gang Ridti 5 p.m.. CTb. 13. A comic account of three retired Tezas Rangers who Join forces to rehabilitate a boozy old comrade. FAMILY: World of Disney, 6 p.m., Ch. J. Part II- Fol- lowing his capture by elephant herders. Cnar.dar, a black leopard, is sold to an animal dealer who In turn Etlls the cat to a travelling circus. Filmed in Cevloa. CRIME DRAMA: Mod Sqnad, p.m., Ch. 13. A Ko- rean girf in America to find the father she's never seen, is the victim of an auto accident and complications follow. ADVENTURE: Tie Beachcombers. 7 p.m., Ch. 7. Op- knocla wten Nick is offered t chance to mate a strings attacbed. CARTOO.V SPECIAL: Christmas Is, p.m., Ch. 1. The tale of a young boy's fantesy flight to the vrorld of the first Christmas. SPECIAL: "The Haunted p.m., Ch. 13. A National Geographic Special Ukes a lo the Jjr.erican west di y> gone by. VARIETY: Julie Andrews, p.m., Ch. 7. Tom Dick Smothers, Jact Cassiriy and a sal-_-_e to the Eoerir.' Twen- ties. SPECIAL: Canada For the Fun of It. 3 p.m. Ch. 7. A wintertime musical tour across the cwjrirj to how Canadians relaji during the cold months. CRIME DR.VMA: Mannil, 9 p.m., Ch. 13. A dead man's sister refuses to believe it vras accidental acd Vgrnir is to prove her right. MOVIE BIOGRAPHY: "Bean a.m., Ch. 7. The life ar.d political career of colorful James J. Wclier, mayor o: Yort Ciiy during ProbibLiiori, MONDAY DRAMA: "Tank I p.m., Ci. ]J, A grc-jp cf Erilish Eo'.diers try to escape from an llalian POW camp duriog World War II. CHRISTMAS i. DISNEYLAND Deluas Hiway Cruinr SEE Diin.ylord, lei SEE: BUY 6 TICKETS AND GET 2 FREE! A ASSOCIATION OF XINSMEK CI.UBS KINstakes ARIZONA CALIFORNIA Departing February 3 By Hi way Cruller E5CO5TED: 1J '-jr. f !A I lJ4Ur _, ._ 6 A B I E Foi For KINSMEN Projects Throughout Alberta FINAL DRAW MARCH 8th, First Prize Second Prize Third Prize 10 EARLY BIRD PRIZfS (If EACH DFWVtS ON DECEMBER 7, 1972 4 JANUARY 25, J973 I'.cf.-v.i by 1M Department ASSOCIATION OF KINSMEH CLUSS (Alberta) P.rj. EOVC A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL 605 5lh AVE. S. PHONE 328-7921 or 323-1181 ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE AAA1L PHONE 328-3201 P. LAWSON TRAVEL MARQUIS HOTEL BLDG. PHONE 323-3000 Lei Vtgci, l A.-.selei, r.c-'e cr-i INCLUDES; end n-.-.-.r, ESCOSTED: 1J f.j-, fill. Aj low ci i Lions Club of Lethbridge 19fh Town Country 1000 CASH PLAY AT HOME NEWSPAPER BLACKOUT BINGO PLUS 4 EBxrus PRIZES CASH EACH Here7s How You Can Win! THE PRIZE fin', carl wish THE ?50 BONUS PRIZE 4 "I" Bingo hat been eollcrf hot been colled 0 "H" hoi callej SiO for Iht first "Square" all nurr.btu down Ins JVM, down ths "O" row, the top afttni ths bortsm i i ip'il. Born CARDS ONLY Si E ACH UMLI -31 tMV-fl an-d or Here ore rhs numberi to dele: 1-23, O-69, 1-30, 1-20, 1-26, N-40, G-54, E-3. B-10, B-2, O-68, O-74, N-31, O-71, G-JS, G-53. N-36, 0-51, G-57, B-l, 1-24, G-47, 1-27, B-IJ. 1-17, 1-19, N-37, 8-3, O-64, N-44, O-67, N-41 H-43, K-35, 1-29, rM5, B-l 4, B-7, N-32 G-49, 1-13, B-6, O-62, O-72, 1-25, B-4, G-60 THIS NUMBERS: O-73, G-56 Addilionol plui all numbtri already publiihtid Saturday in Utlhbridgt Herald. YOU HAVE A WINNING CARD 327-8670 immedlofely PROCEEDS UOMS CEMTEfJMIAL PARK, AMD OTHER COMMUNITY PROJECTS Radio and TV Listings CHEC Spofll; rVernjrrj) SfcTURDAY HrSt'4 Pfl-i SUNDAY LM (W'js1. tr WOUDAY CUfK 1 Vtn El'l Itcdt-yi, E Wrf' Dv, Farm aM D SATURDAY HIGHT S.i'j aoom I-'S S'.lt' e.M frtT, 1-4 Genres f.t CBC a; I Shaw i Vi-s't'f fa li-OO HfrS'flVd r N'tfrl" Spyl SUNDAY Chi'lti Grsin 4 K AjIarM; ll'W J-n S'u( -A- CHEC FM Redio Calgary SATURDAY NIGHT Ti-r- i.M 7.'-3 l-.'J-j V.-rll a- K CEC. "s'.i-, errf 'Ja' II.'-1 ,-J .55 SUNDtY1 NHL' r-.'ri lvs-4 E-lS "71 i'x Ivrrttf rt'ir.i af S'x ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS PHOTO CONTEST 1972 WINNERS or? plecssd Kj f'r.s following i> C'jr ]972 Compslitiin. All cT.triei were judged by Ir.f cf Dept. cF ArJ, and were judged on a 30 pcinl moximum boiii. [n Diviiion 3 tcligcrlei end or.e clcn fcr TM ds- ciiicn cF the [udgei ii ffncF. piiza tach Gift Certlficati Mention Gift Certifitali FOSTRAITS lit Prii. JOYCE W1SVCEU HDP. Mention D. S, JOKN570K S71U tiff lit ?riie LEH EACH P.OSEf.T J. PISKO lit D. s. JOHNSTON Hrxicrabl 7 ST.-. 1} y, i; y' 'j--x' i 'ft Tr i Ii Oi-i II 7 F2' 'rt'Stl'zl ?.'W )c r-J-rn-'i 'j -ff cf LI' 1UMOAY ll.M Ne-M 'ft I- i.Yi II Ji f a VJjV IETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION FIRST CONCERT OF THE SEASON MONDAY, DEC 4th P.M. Ur.d-- [1- dir IUCIEH MEECHAM 4 CONCERTS ALL AT THE YATES CENTRE Support yGuf Symphony SEASON TICKETS Adults 510.00 Sludentj 55.00 Tkkeli On Sale AT LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG. Name Address Phone No. of Tickets........... Mail la box 1101 Lettlbridgo ;