Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 6

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 26

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, December 18, 1971 firm buys credit bureaus TORONTO (CP'' A Uniinl' Stales credit corporal i o n, for- bidden to extend ils U.S. hold- ings liecaiise of anti-trust laws, kis purchased s i x Canadian credit bureaus within the iasl The purchases, by the Retail Crwlil Co. of Atlanta, (la., were disclosed here by Milton Pear- son, president of Associated Credit Bureaus of Canada, af- ter lie met witii Communica- tions Minister Koijert Stanbury view here the acquisition raises to 12 (lie number of Canadian bureaus owned by Itetail Credit and gives the firm control of aliout'30 per cent of all credit records on Gmadinns. lie said his meeting with Mr. Stanbury prompted by fjjm Q- I siantary, said I tale, -a legj The company previously ac- lion was ncwlori to nail s bureaus in Calgiiry and Queliec City, Sherbrooke, St. Jcmim1. Trois-liivieres and Hha- winiRan. Cjue. Giles 11 out, an association purchases. Within five years many Cana- dian bureaus would be compu terizcd and all records could be stored in one computer, he said fears that (lie company may lie attempting a wholesale t a k7j Weekend show times over of the industry. There are 150 credit bureaus in Canada. But Retail Credit president Donald Hulherford said in an i n t e r v i e w from his Atlanta home the purchases were not part of "a grand scheme" to spread his firm's network into Canada. The bureaus are located in I London, Ont., Sydney, N.S., and THE CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAM I" -B of THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE PRESENTS THE THIRD IN A SERIES OF 111 REE MUSIC Appreciation Broadcasts By Kennelh L. Hicken Department of Music Sunday, December, 19, p.m. (Re-broadcast: p.m.) CJOC-TV- CHANNEt 7 Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 50 Nos.......... Game No. 1 50 10th Game Jackpot, 11 Games Prize Money......... 20 TURKEY DRAW THIS WEEK ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card Ali Wood Cards 5Qg Each Children Under 16 Nol Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club room for members and their invited guests Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities PARAMOUNT Saturday Short Suhjccts "T. R. Baskin" Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects: "T. R. Baskin" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CPNEMA Saturday "Carry On Pimpernel'1 "Carry On Doctor" Last Complete Show Sunday "Jennifer on My Mind" "Out Back" One Complete Show Please Note: This Double Feature starts at p.m. rOLLEOE CINEMA Saturday Special All Cartoon Matinee One Complete Show "Evil Knievel" "Racing Scene" Last Complete Show Sunday "Vampire Lovers" "Bora, Bora" One Complete Show This Double Feature Starts at 8 p.m. Praised by millions and condemned by churchmen "In My Soul I Am Free" has become the most controversial book of our times, and a best seller in the U.S. FOR YOUR COPY SEND TO ECKANKAR BOX 1053, LETHBRIDGE tsjf i iff f I A TRADITION FOR CHRISTMAS ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL PRESENTS A Christmas Pantomine "OLD KING COLE" Directed by Murial Jolliffe Yates Memorial Centre SUNDAY, DEC. 26th and p.m. MONDAY, DEC. 27th and p.m. TUESDAY, DEC. 28th p.m. TICKETS AT LEISTERS Adults 2.00 Al1 Students .QQ fa s Zeller's i Wi I I i ii w s? g? I? COUNTY FAIR I I II S? UNTIL 9 p.m. FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING CONVENIENCE Located in the South Lethbridge Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive Open Daily 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171. TV HIGHLIGHTS SATURDAY SPORT: Pro Hockey, II p.m., Ch. 7. The Buffalo Sabres and the Maple Leafs meet in Toronto. MOVIE COMEDY: "Goodbye 9 p.m., Ch. 7. A story about a murder victim who turns up reincarnated as a woman with Tony Curtis, Debbie Reynolds and Pat Boone. MOVIE COMEDY: "Papa's Delicate 9 p.m., Ch. 13. The story of a tippler who invests in different kinds of businesses to please his family. Stars Jackie Gleason. MOVIE MUSICAL: "Bye Bye p.m., Ch. 7. This Broadway satire focuses on Uie comic catastrophe that ensues when a rock 'n1 roll star is drafted. Stars Dick Van Dyke. MOVIE BIOGRAPHY: "Tonight We 12 midnight, Ch. 13. The story of a Russian Boy who becomes famous in America as manager of opera and concert stars. SUNDAY SPORT: Pro Football, 12 noon, Ch. 9. The Minnesota Vikings meet the Bears in Chicago in the last regular-season game. SPORT: Pro Football, 2 p.m., Ch. 11. The Denver Broncs are scheduled to meet the Raiders in Oakland in the last game of the season. SPORT: Pro Football, p.m. Ch. 9. The Detroit Lions meet the 49crs in San Francisco in the last regular game. EDUCATION: Focus on the U nf L, 4 p.m., Ch. 7. This is the final presentation of a music appreciation series and Dr. Kenneth Hicken will demonstrate the Music Depart- ment's new electronic music synthesiser. (See also p.m., Ch. COMEDY: Doris Day Show, p.m., Ch. 13. Doris, dressed as Santa, tries to clear another St. Nick charged with murder. WILDLIFE: Untamed World, 5 p.m., Ch. 13. A visit to the Fame Islands off the coast of northern England- which were designated as a bird sanctuary in the sixth century. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Ballad of Andy p.m., Ch. 13. A made-for-TV film about the civilian readjust- ment problems of a Vietnam war hero. FAMILY: World of Disney, G p.m., cli. 7. "Disney On Parade" with clips from Walt's classics. The finale presents nearly 100 costumed performers in "When You Wish Upon a Star." Mickey Mouse and friends host the show. DOCUMENTARY: Jacques Coustcau Special, p.m. Ch. 13. "Octopus, Oclopus1' sets the record straight for a rrjsunderstoocl species. Mod Squad is pre-empted. COMEDY: Flip Wilson Show, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Melba Moore and British comic Marty Feldman join Flip in sketches. HISTORICAL DRAMA: Elizabeth R, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. "Shadow in the Sun" is Chapter 3 of the scries and tells of the lighter side of the Tudor monarch who is giddy and flirtatious in the presence of a suitor 20 years her junior. PUBLIC AFFAIRS: 9 p.m., Ch. is. The "Death of Carnaby Street" in London is investigated, also why so many Italians are emigrating back to Italy from Canada. CHRISTMAS SPECIAL: Homecoming, p.m., Ch. 5. Patricia Neal stars in a superb production that could become a holiday classic. CHIME DRAMA: Mannix, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. A desert mystery with Mannix on the trail of hoodlums who held him captive. This is a repeat. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. James Garner, Mike Connors, Jim Nabors and Nancy Wilson are Da.vid's special guests. MONDAY CRIME DRAMA: "The Cat 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A small-time thief becomes a target for foreign agents. .MOVIE WESTERN: "Three Young 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A young man robs a train to prevent his father from committing the crime. He plans to return the foruona but his friend hides it. Apartment rents to be hiked TORONTO (CP) Apart- ment dwellers in Metropolitan Toronto may be due for rent increases of five to 15 per cent the next time they renew their leases. Harold Shipp, president of the Housing and Urban Develop- ment Association of Canada, an violin LONDON (Renter) A Stradivarius violin known as The Reel Diamond was auc- tioned off at Sotheby's for the second highest auction price ever paid for a violin. The violin, so-called be- cause of its rich red finish, was made in 1732. It was bought by a London dealer, W. E. Hill and Sons. The world record for a vi- olin nt auction is paid at Sotheby's last June for a Stradivarius called Uie Lady Blunt. association of apartment OUTI- I ers, said in an interview today i tbe apartment rents have not: kept pace with advances in other costs. Mr. Sliipp said increases in rents fell six per cent behind increases in selling prices of houses last year. But wages for construction workers rose eight per cent. Robert Strom, chairman of the Urban Development Insti- tute, another owners' associa- tion, confirmed that there will be pressure for rent increases. "Rents just haven't kept pace with other increases in he said. Lottery pays off WINNIPEG (CP) The Ma- nitoba provincial lottery based on the outcome of the Grey j Cup football game netted more than SI .3 million for Uie pro- vincial treasury, 280 non-profit agencies and lottery ticket sell- ers, lotteries commission chair- man Lome Leech announced here. A PIPE SMOKERS' GIFT IEONARD PAYNE'S "DRI-KULE CLASSIC" SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR THE WET SMOKER 'No Moisturo 'No 'No Guk' 510.00, 512.50, S15.00 YOU WILL ALSO RECEIVE A TOBACCO POUCH OR BUTTNER REAMER WITH EVERY PURCHASE OUR CHRISTMAS GIFT TO YOUI SOD Finest Pipes at CAMEO CONFECTIONERY TABER Phone 223-2146 Leonard Payne's Pledge "My pipes am guaranteed agalntt every posslbln hazaid except Ion. Repair freo Money-back guarantee. Buy Canadian Keep Canadians Working LT Trimbles Programj ore lilted by Hie radio and flatlons, -Any variation In program tdedulm is due Iff Iwl-mjnule change, by the stations and Is not the responsibility, ol ,1110 Herald or Trimbles' Tire Supply. V News on the Hour Wthr. on the Half Hour Leo Dow 12-00 Total Information MONDAY 1-00 -Ichn Oliver Beryl Clark SATURDAY Beryl ClarK John Charles Jack Ncwfeld SUNDAY Leo Dow Jack Newfeld Barry Hegland Jim Shearer Chec-IIne if CJOC SATURDAY NIGHT Sports News Inside from Iha Oulsi Christian Science Voice of Proohec Sunday Magazine Hews Rob Ingram 6-30 Continental Holiday Remnmber When Daryl Ferguson Blackfooi Indian 12-00 Doug Anderson Program SUNDAY News News Pete Snow 6-05 Rob Inqram News Atlantic" Symphony Crnss Country 7-00 Blackfnot Indian Chcck-Up Prcgram NHL Hockey 7-30 Solo The Entertainers B-00 News Hour of Decision Sunshine Evangel Concern MONDAY Jim Elliot CBC Newb 7'50 News, Wthr, Sport Phcnfi Bill Show Wayne Barry Probe News, Wthr, Sport l-oo News and Grain Prices Jack Thys Rob Innrflm Probe 1220 CHEC FM iV News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour SATURDAY NIGHT Jack Nevfeld Barry Hcglend 6-00 Bury! Clark John Charles SUNDAY Leo Dow CBR Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY NIGHT Sunday Supplement News 1-30 Met Opera Capital Report Gilmour's Albums 6-03 Jazz for the Recwd Inside from the Jazz Canadians Symphony Hall Outside Celebrations CBC Stage Continental News Distinauished Holiday Collage ArS and Friends Don Sims Show Anthology Major Progression MONDAY 11-03 The Bush the Cress Country Eye Opener Salon Check-Up World at B Remember When NHL Toronto Worid at 9 at Philadelpliia This Country SUNDAY 7.30 News Rsdio Noon 7-03 Meaning Concert Music Scene Schools 7-45 Stories NPWS Max Ferguson 8'03 Sunday Morning Sound Of Sport Her- Sunday Sunday Theatre World et blx ;es 327-2007 314 llth St. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL With the latest electronic equipment you Ret 20 vitnt services and performance checks. Come in today! All repairs fully PLUS PARTS 8 CYLINDER PLUS PARTS LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) Sports and News Focus on U of L SATURDAY NIGHT Bugs Bunny Hockey Night In Canada (c) Couniry lime Movie: Goodbye Charlie N Children's Foundation Future Shock (c) Today Reach for the Top Romper Room 4-DQ Focus en U Of L Mr. Dress Up Country Canada Hrlidsy Provincial Affairs Music to See {c) Friendly Giant Teleprobe 7 Dick Van Dyke Che; Helens Movie: World of Disney Sesame 5'rcet The Rovers Miday Our Town Jimmy Stewart Movie: Ffip Wilson Oil Flizabeth R Life's liieclrle Shadow in tho Sun "KiKe Thirty Weekend (c) Edqe of Night (c) (c) Nation's Business Drnp In Icleprobe 7 Story of Christ Bye Bys SUNDAY Crossroads Captain Scarlet Fireball XL-5 TBA Fflith for Tsday NFL Action tc) CFCN-TV Leihbrldge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) SATURDAY NiGHT Wide World of Sports (c) Kingo Bingo Ic) News Oil Report stein (c) Rollin'on the River Horst Koehlrr (c) Pronram Hi Lights Don Messer (c) Doris Day 9-K) Kftthryn Kuhlmnn The Law and You Oomrr Ply.> F.ice the Nation MONDAY Grilfin Shnw Groovlfi Coolies Our World My Tlircfi Sons (c) Mecl the Press Snlute Aqrclulturs f Dr. Doolltlld (c) Today Sliow N DC Nltjl'. KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. SATURDAY NIGHT Christ is Born Caplflln K Piirinprs (cl NFL San fl.ogo n ft-30 Lriwrf-nro Wclk at Houston (c) 7-.70 Mnvio: Whnt's A Tiif Christophers Nifc Girl I ihft You 3'IS S.icroil He.irl 03 Alin'. Smith and This is the l.lfr H. jonns NRA Story N'rv.-. in-00 News Wild Kiividom (c) Toi.nrrrw Ifl-Js MovTi" U1 IfWN'ilnnJ rriil thn 11 ;.'it) nn.il I Dr Blood's Coffin PrMrssor HCV.S Fnmlly ImpoisiUlo ret Stnrm SUNDAY l-fl! Ono Lite In l.K 7-30 Farm News Movie: D.iys ol Our Li 8-00 RiMurlant Drnonn Syn.inon (c) 'J'-M (-fnciiil Ho'.plKH Mr Tonrt New '.....n a Doiihictlnckorf, News 9-C1 [Inllwinkle fr' ISMirs nnd Aniwtri wako n wish (O MnnnAV 10-00 Princo of MOMOflY insight (c) TArm Ih.'l -.sn fv-. I'll ;