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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Dec. 30 Connie New Year's Dec. 31 Farm News O Hair Bear Bunch Christopher CloMup NFS Amazing Chan Meet a Friend Thought the Day 4-H Oubtime Crossroads Revival Fires O Spring Street U.S.A. Gospel Hour Rev. Solbrekktn Niven Miller O Day of Discovery Oral Roberts O Kathryn Kuhlman Day of Discovery 0 Face the Nation To You With Love Make a Wish N.F.B Happy Hour Bible Club O Consultation Faith For Today Kid Power N.F.B. Window on Britain N.F.L. Hilites Meet the Press NFL Special Edition On the Line NFL NFL Rural Report Rex Humbard Sports Week N.F.B. Claire Olsen TBA Pentecost Presents Reach for the Top 3 00 It's Your Horst Koehler This is the Life Sunday Hour Outdoors Unlimited The Osmonds Gamer Ted Armstrong News Special Disrtict 7 H. R. Pufnstuf Protective loading Vhrn we we spec ids straps 1o rot re I vour possessions. ir help. 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Plwm 327-3146 Country Canada banes and Answers Question Period The Magician Music to See Untamed World Wild Kingdom Bobby GoUsboro Irish Rovers The Magician Oral Roberts Christmas Show Disney Emergency Kreskm Beachcombers FBI The Brady Bunch World of Disney Sonny and Cher The Waltons Earth II Mystery Movie Needles and Pins Hawaii Five-O The Collaborators Lolsa Luck Diana Year End Review Conversation with the Premier Chase News 10.15 Bob Newhart Good Old Nashville Music News News News Nations Business The Law and You News News Oil Report In Conversation Insight Sunday Hour O Travelure Bringing Up Baby Merv Griffin Busy time faces Doc Severinsen Stevens Eve frolic Special on liner Doc music director for NBC Televison Network's Tonight has been set for a series of personal appearances and televison guestings. On New Year's Doc and his Now Generation Brass With Today's Children will play at the new Grand Hotel in Las Vegas. Prior to that. Doc and his show will headline at the Tropicana Hotel in Las from Dec. 11- 27. On Jan. Doc will con- duct the Hartford Symphony Orchestra in Hartford. appear in New Orleans for Mardi Gras on Feb. and on Feb. again with his headline the Livestock Show in Houston's Astrodome. On Dec. Doc played his first dramatic in an episode of American and has already appeared as a special guest on Oral Roberts Christinas Doc is seen regularly on Tonight Show Starr- ing Johny Frankie played by the talented Connie Stevens is a beautiful and resourceful mechanic- social worker- Bartender- Thursday and just about anything else when she takes a notion to create her own profession. She's an errand girl ready to take on any new assignment from baby-sitter to provided the pay or the reason is right. There's no end to the characters she becomes in- volved in and she meets them all head on with hum-. wit and cheerfulness in Connie Stevens airing December 31 at 9 on the CTV Television Network. Also appearing are Pat Englund as Vinnie Van Patten as Rick Gates as Bobby and special guest star Peter Lawford. As well as a televison Broadway stage an anitque stor and a few other small Connie is very much an allowing her- self to choose carefully the roles and parts she wants. Eating habits probed their availabili- ty and their are the subjects on Country De- cember 30 at p.m. on CBC-TV. The program is subtitled The Protein Story. Interviewed is Dr. Zak head of Nutrition who with a team of government nutritionists recently completed a sur- vey of the eating habits of Canadians. The study found that two- thirds of Canadians are but more dis- turbing to Dr. Sabry was the evidence that one in six pregnant women in in all socio- economic had protein-deficient diets. It was also found that many under-su-year many Eskimos and Indians in Canada also suffer protein deficiency. bchMto on TV Channel 9 DECEMBER 28th L 12 Midnight Movie JAN. 2 8 p.m. St. Patrick's Midnight Mass JANUARY 4th 12 Midnight HAPPY NEW YEAR PHONE George Carlin is the host at the Grand Ballroom of the Queen now anchored in Long for a contemporary musical salute to the New Year on NBC Television Network's Year's Rockin1 Eve to be colorcast Dec. 31 at p.m. pre-empting Tonight Show Starr- ing Johnny Carlin's guests are Billy Preston was a guest on last year's Year's Rockin' the Pointer Linda Ronstadt and Tower of Power. Executive producer Dick Clark hosts a countdown to midnight from Times Square in New York. The show opens with original footage of the launching of the Queen Mary in 1934 and the entire cast assembled on stage to sing Truth or Consequences Q The Doctors 09 Family Affair O News O Another World O General Hospital tD General Hospital Do You Take This Stranger O New Match Game ID One Life to Live O Let's Make a Deal O Love American Style 0 Our Town O Secret Storm 2-30 O Mike Douglas IB Somerset ID Wizard of Odds O Three on a Match O Take 30 ID Another World ID Girl in My Life O Edge of Night CD What's the Good Word ID Split Second O Joker's Wild O Family Court ID Anything You Can Do Brady Bunch O Drop In O News IB Buckshot ID Mod Squad O Hollywood Squares O News ID Password O News O News ID TV-5 News IB News Sugar Bowl O Gunsmoke O Lawrence Welk ID Truth or Consequences ID Girl With Something Extra 7'OOQ Koska I Had a Million O Going Places ID Ian Tyson O Shrine Bingo Headline Hunters O Partridge Family The Rookies O Cannon ID Connie Stevens Show O Medical Centre ID The Rookies ID Pig n Whistle O This Is The Law IB Medical Centre O Nature of Things ID News O News 10-30 O Manmx ID Tea and Sympathy News ID News O Lawrence Welk Special News News Billy Graham's New Year's Message O Lawrence Welk New Years Show ID Tony Rome O Anna and the King of Siam NFB HONORED The National Film Board of Canada won 17 prizes at this year's Canadian Film Awards. Hobbies vital to people Award-winning Canadian film-maker Martin Lavut and a CBC production crew criss-crossed Canada last summer filming unique Canadians with interesting and unusual hobbies. He found these fascinating people both willing and articulate when it came to talking about their views on life and demonstrating their hob- which range from a Maritimes family who live in a house constructed with bottles to an Ontario woman who collects four- leaf from a Calgary lady with a collection of plus saucers to an east coast couple who keep pet beavers in a backyard pond. These and other interesting people and ac- tivities are profiled in the colorful full-hour TV special. Without a It's No scheduled New Year's Day at 10 p.m. on the CBC network. 'An Establishment 01 Good Taste' RON'S RESTAURANT COFFEE DINING BANQUET ROOMS Monday thru a.m. to Frl. and a.m. to Sun. and a.m. to. p.m. Phone 328-5866. THE FINEST CHINESE AND CANADIAN AcroH from me Elks-Private Customer 328-5686 1970 Plymouth Fury III 2 dr. gold and white 318 radio. Fully reconditioned. S2673 1972 Plymouth Fury III 4 dr. 318 V-8. P.S.. air conditioned. l970Thunderbird 4dr. new fully reconditioned. 1972 Chrysler Newport Custom 2 dr. hardtop. Yellow and 383 air conditioned. 1973 Dodge Polara Special 4 dr. 318 trans P B radio Dependable SED CARS KlflG CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. 3rd Ave. and 11 at St. Lethbrldge Phone 323-9271 Open Evenings Till 9 ;