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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE I.ETHBR1DGE HEBAID V.Vclncsdny, December 15, 1971--------------- KCT says hn-ause of his dixgukc, I I5- Cooper. lyixwitlen i where between Seattle and a re- fuelling stop at Hcim. Nev. The hijacker i.s heheved to he crime "to in S'Jd hills at Sealllc, i The Idler uas turned over lo InM grains of peace! Hie man ordered l.iie plane to i Kill ayents. Kill spokesmen bailed out .some- refused io comment, en its valid ity. The Idler indicated copies aiso were sent to the New York Times, Seattle Times and Wash- ing! on Post. The New York Times and The Post said they had not received such u letter. authorities. OTTAWA 'I 10 Calg.'try fo low-incom ment.s WIT Cenlra Corp. Paul Tarjan ArdiiU'd v, i 1 I build 10 Kvo-.xurt'y units with a ?l loan: Dntrli Consli-uc- lion will huild 1 1 onr-.-lorey row houses with ihc second loan 01 SICS.WO, have onlv mi ID baffle 1 am iu> loud." Ihc m luuitely I months to live." The loiter was received The hijacker armed uilh what appeared to he a bomb, look i-dijfrol of a je! liner on a flight from Porilaml. Ore., to a man who boarded the plane at under the name of "D, r." ''I've eonie and gone on sev- he said ho oral airline flights and am mil hided up in some obscure back- wouds town.'' the man said in the note postmarked in Seattle last Saturday. am I a j psychopathic killer. As a matter j of fact, I've never even received i u speeding licket." Claiming a life of "hate, lur- moil, hunger and more the wriler said the hijacking I and extortion "seemed !o be the fastest and most profitable way French film er behind bars I'.S. Thanksgiving j to gain a few last grains of 2-1. Aflei receiving I peace of mind." from BUYRITE MEN'S WEAR FLANNEL PYJAMAS Double breasted. Blue only. Btnss buttons. Fortrel. EACH FORTREL DRESS ALPACA SWEATERS Brown or navy. PAIR Pullover, V-neut ond 3 plaque! front. Assorted pc5te! colors. Reg, fo 18.00. Special Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m until Christmas PARIS I Renter) A French producer of gangster films was in prison attempted bank robhery charges. Police said Jean Claude Dague. 34, was arrested Satur day. They accused him, along with two film actor friends, of a bungled attempt to rob a bank near Paris last week. Dague has been producing a film version of detective writer Auguste Le Kreton's novel, Ri fifi in the Middle East. Police Dague and his ac- complices tried to hold up a bank at suburban Bry-sur- Marue but were foiled a hank clerk .sounded the nn. A passerby noted the number of the car in which they drove off. Police said they had no trou- ble in tracing the three men be- cause they had used their own car. HOME (AP) Actress Gina v Lollobrigida says she plans to embark on a career as a pop singer, and her first, 45 rmp record has been released. "I've wanted to debut as a singer for a long the cur- v a c e o u s brunette told reporters .Monday, "but my film commitments always kept me from doing so.'' The songs on the record are entitled Nel Mio (Mo (In My jrrden) and Prendimi Tu (Take Mei. A CACHE OF HASH RCMP officers examine the 600 pounds of to be the largest seizure ever made in North was intercepted in Edmonton. Cpl. Fred Dickenson, Sgt. M. A. Ryba and con- stable Den Murray check over Ihe drug, valued at about 53 million on the illicit market. Seven Americans have been arrested in connection with the seizure. rffewpCfa TUIINKK JUS-ELECTED REGINA fCP) E. K. Turn- er of Regina has been re-elected president of the Saskatchewan Pool by the co-opera- tive's board of directors. Enrol- ment, in the province's six com- munity colleges will increase threefold during the next seven years, predicts a study by the Alberta Colleges Commission. The study, released Tuesday, is the fourth in a scries on plans.for the colleges. Current enrolment of (5.000 is to rise to 10.000 by 1974 and by 1978. the studv said. m I Despite the in at- tendance, there are no plans io increase the number of col- leges, commission chainiKm Dr. Henry Kolesar said. "Instead, as the enrolment increases present facilities will be expanded." Planning director R. A. elli said more efficient use of facilities could be marie with the possibility that satellite col- leges, extension programs and short-terms courses geared to public demand might be devel- oped. THIS WEEK'S WED., THUR., ond FRI. CHUBBY CHICKEN JR. Available at Both Locations 210 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-6056 1607 Mayor Magrath Dr. Phone 327-8255 OPEN DAILY AT Blacked (tnl inolorisl, has ivild ride CAT.GARY (CP) A city resident had a wild ride last nifiht. Police said Ihe man suf- fered a blackout driv- ing in H residential sec-lion and the accelerator jammed to the floor. His car hit a light, poln on one .side of Ihc .street, swerved io the other side and struck a parked car, b o u n c e d off and tore through one front yard, did (he same to a lawn across the street, headed hack onto the pavement, mounted the curb and hit a house where it. came to rest. The man escaped serious injury and police paid lie would not he charged. FOR YOOR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING CONVENIENCE [Zeller's County Fair Located in tho South Lethbridge Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive Open Dally 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171. j fi IE II 11 HONOR ATOM SPY GliKLIN (API lOnst Crr- niiiny IKKS awarded its Golden Medal for disthmnished service lo Kiaus a once senfeneed lo 1-1 years in prison in Hritnin for passing atoniie :ic- crcts lo Russia. A TRADITION FOR CHRISTMAS AlllED ARTS COUNCIL PRESENTS A Christmas Pantomine "OLD COLE" Dlrnctod by Muriol Jolliffe Votes Memorial Centre SUNDAY, DEC. 26th and p.m. ?f MONDAY, DEC. 27th cincl p.m. TUESDAY, DEC. 2.8lh p.m. ;fe Aclulls TICKETS AT LEISTERS P m All Students ?.10V1K MYSTEKY: 6 p.m., I'll. 7. This okiic deals with a young man and wciman who go on ;i dangerous assignment in the hope of trapping espion- age agents. SPOUT: Pro Hockey, fi p.m., Cli. The Pittsburgh Penguins meet the Maple Leafs in Toronto. imrt'.MICNTAKY; This Land, S p.m.. Cli. 7. Picture U follows eight photographers, meetly amateurs, lo Quclico Provincial Park to film its magnificent scenery and historic sites. WK'U.MKNTAHY: Tenth Decade, f) p.m., Cli. 7. THE TRIUMPH OF Expo '67 and Diefenbakcr's fall from the party leadership are covered in this seventh of an eight-part se- ries. MOVIE ADVENTURE: p.m., Cli. 13. An adventurer and his girl friend track down the master criminal in this Bond-like spy drama. WIAMA SPECIAL: "Talking to a 10 p.m., Cli. 7. The conclusion of a scries adapted from John Hop- kins' dramatic quartet. MOVIE DRAMA: "Term of p.m., Cli. 7. A student's accusations bring a change in the lives of a teacher and his wife. TIIL'HSUAY SCHOOL SPECIAL: "Bamhi ami His 10 a.m. Cli. 7. Live animals are featured in this Russian version of Uie children's classic. ADVENTUKE AND DKAMA: "Tower of 1 p.m., Cli. 7, and "A Touch of 1 p.m., Cli. Ill, .WSSrajSr i lilted by Ihe rfldlo and1 lelevjlion itatioiii. VfirfoMon" in program shedulee it flue" to Jast-miKure thinSM by Iho stations and Ii not the responsibility of lha or Trimbles Tire Supply. CHEC WEDNESDAY f THURSDAY j.CO Beryl Clflrk Jim Shearer Barry Hegland Checline Jack Nswfeid Leo Dow Total Information John Oliver Beryl Clark WEDNESDAY NIGHT World at Six Rob Ingram Show if CJOC THURSDAY Hews, Wthr, Sport Jim Elliot Ncws and Grain CBC News Prices News, Wlhr. jack jhyj John walker Show Plionc Bill Show am a.m. Doug Wayne Barry Kou In9ram son Show Probe 1220 World at Six CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. Den MacMaster Concerts (Bob Consict Don Hedman Don WacMastcr Sign-Off CBR Radio 1010 Calgary WED THURSDAY NESDAY NIGHT Alberta Concerts World at Six News Ab II Happens H -03 Vancouver Chamber World fit 9 Concern Arts This Counlry Between Ourselves _ Radio Noon News, Sports, Wthr Orchestra Schools From the Capitals News, Sports, Wthr Max Ferguson Five Nights a week Jazz Track World at 6 's Tire 314 llth St. S. Ph. 327-2007 or 327-2396 PRESENTS THE ASTRO "GRIP STAR 550" TRUCK TIRE Full size, wide fiol rugged tread de- sign. .New tread -pounds re- u I t in greater tread life. Heavy duty nylon cord con- struction resists impact and blowouts. Size Pfy ASTRO PRICE 670x15 6 TU 650x16 6 TU 8.00x16.58 PRICE CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Teleprobe 7 Movie: Term of Trial THURSDAY Farm and City Romper Room Mr. Bambi and His World (c) Sesame Miday 1.00 Movie: CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY MIGHT Ftintsiones [ct THURSDAY Piprro Bcrtnn for Dliy 55 North Maplo HCV.S 6-30 Univcrsilv of Air 13 00 Bewitched NHL Pittsburgh Yoga Brfif Ihe Clock at Toronto (c) House of Frighten- Movie: Docror in Ihe House stoin (c) Touch nf Treason 9-00 Movie- Uncle Bobby (c) Man Trap HammVnrad (c) Program Hi l.ighls Another World (c) 11-00 News (O Fashions In Sewing Anything p.irlon YOU Can Do n-70 ffd AHni a) Dick V; 1 11- -in Pendulum 10-00 In f'onvrr'xittcn i 'H1 riurk'.hnf IMlil DilvirJ f-rcil 111. JO All Aiinu! F-.uci 5. (if) Hmtstonrr, KRTV Great Fnlls Chctnnel 3 (Cablovision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Today Show (c) Ncwr, News (c) Today in Montana Doctors (t) (i.fn) ltu> HA. f :.10 CoiKontfiilicn Another Vvrrltl Jeop.irdy Who New Soiiinr As HI Ii; frtmily Affnir HOC. -..-0 N- tvin) HPA'. KFBB-TV Gronf Falls Channel 5 (Csblevision Ch. 11) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Gflum ,nl rj-w, Kriniinfoo niDdh'f, f'ldfO .Irn.h Lnl.flnnn Autirey (t) Gnlloplnri Gnuri wtici he Cily Sr.irrh U :tn l.rh Make Deal ;