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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta TV HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNESDAY SPORT: MIL Hockey, 6 p.m., Ch. 13. Tire Montreal Canadians meet [.he Maple in Toronto. This Lacd, S p.m., Ch. 7. A visual essay on the forms of shelter sought by man through [he ages. DRAMA: Man At the Top, p.m., Ch. 7. Joe is out of a job but he has a scheme to get it back. MOVIE COMEDY: "The Secret Life of an American. p.m., Cli. !3. A surburban housewife decides she is losing her feminine appeal and makes some drastic changes. VARIETY SPECIAL: Alan i f.m., Ch. 11. A satiric survev o: 1972 as seen through the eyes of Alan King and his guests. SPECIAL: Talent Festival. p.m Ch. The (rin- r-ers of the 1572 C3C Festival in concert from Ed- morion's Jubilee Auditorium. REPORT: Aiiien Alouetle, p.m.. Ch. 7. Quebec today study of the social ar.d cultural aspects of the province's people. First o: a series. MOVTE MUSICAL: "An American in a.m., Ch. 7, George is heard throughout this stcry of an Atr.e: in Paris ar.d his love for a French shopgirl. THVB5DAV SPECIAL: Opening c! Parliament, p.m. Ch. 7: 1 p.m.. Ch. 13. on the opencg of the 29th Par- liarnert and Lhe Speech from the Throne uill be telecast live from Ottawa. V'edneidoy, Jonuory 3, 1973 TKt ITTHBRIDGE HEiiAlD 5 SPLITS IN The amoeba reproduces bj splitting in two. I.S THE MOXEV LONDON (CPj The aver- age working man in Britain has doubled his salary since 1960. said a government survey. His i weekly earnings now stand ai (about v.-nmen are also cashing in on the Iwnanza. Their weekly Income today lops I (about S48j for the first time. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanll Suite B----304 5lh St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Lwhbridgi SALUTE TO RCMP "The Big wcs the I Iherre cf the Calgcry entry in the Tournament of Roses j pcrade in Calif. Tne float wos a salute to the 100th anniversary of the Royal Canadian Mc'jnied Fciice. Members of the RCMP ride behind the float. Queen's honors list features culture awards Rodio r-ogr-nt cnTnMdby Ifai rotD. nd UtrHom, nin-M dKH-iei tr b net .the tJldar of DWribrtoi- S-tro cmd e-i i L-r V.-: VONDAY thru C-- CJOC NIGHT Sfv.3. VVV.r, a--: n there of CHEC FM Radia 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT 1 55 TV- THURSDAY E H SEE IT IT'S NEW AT ANGIO NEW TC 85 SONY TAPECORDER ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Stcteo and Centel 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 FER5CNALLV SrPA'lCH EVERYTHING WE SELL' LONDON (Cpi A cele- brcted British r.svspaper r_'.an j disn links for his patro.n- age c: music received iztiElit- j hoods in the Queen's 1 Vesr'5 honors list. for a large number cf av.-ards in the ctiimral field, j Hugh Cudlipp. years the dynamic editorial o; The i Daily Mirror ero-p c: papers. receives his accolade "for services to VTnen he'.riceii last Octn- that he tt-lanned retire a; chairman o: tre riant Inter- national Publish-itr. Corp. af'er his bL-.hd.-.y in At: rust. paid journalist in pn e" there were rra a-pirr. The n-.usic p-atron is Jar'-: Lyons. a 'rt department store. -Jho wv.h his the termer Rosiyn Roseru-aurn c: Montreal, plays a pror.iijiert part in cr- gariii-ng it-la anc charitab-e musical events ir. L-fncott. Tre nest notable, in 1971. fea- tured Prime Minister Keath conduct-jis: the London Sym- phony Orchestra Ln Sir Edward Elcar's Coekaicr.e performance becair.e a best-selling record. Lyras. 55. began his career in Canada ann a me-bsr of the Canadian Veterans' A-socisiie-n. In he vss s -om- rnander of the Orcier of rre B.itish Empire Kis citat'cr name of Isidore JsA L-.-ras. i- "'or p-.'blic and charitable jerv- sj-e 34 awards are ntade Li arts, pubhshmi ar.i cliied fields, the customary' ?p-inilirig c! honors goes to Britors tr, national and iooai industry" arr> cuiture. Three awards also are civer. for services to various Bri'-.s'r. L-v.eres'-s in Canada. Fimd set up for (liscoverv S 111611 Man. 'CP1 A f'J-Ki has been set up as a for disrcvfry of a ccpter and fo'jr mei missiriC Ln central Manitoba since Nov. the brother o: one of the miss- L-; men sid here. Lv'.e V.'alsh. viiose brother Gary v.-as a c-n the missL-g heiicorter. says he hopes to raise About S! f'.vj has al-eady been donated. Besides Mr. Walsh's brother, the helicopter carried pUot Al Giebmans of Winriipog. Dr. Ian Fraser and Nathan both of Thompson. Trie men were picking up ballot bo.-es Ln retr.o'.e areas the Church- ill rir'-inn foiloivLng the Oct. "ereral WEST COAST SEAFOODS TRUCKLOAD SALE OF FRESH FISH AND SEAFOODS WILL BE HELD AT FORT WHOOP-UP SERVICE Thursday, Jan- 4 and Friday, Jen. 5 From 11 Q.m to B p.m. CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cabtevision Ch. 6} CFCN-TV Lelhbridge Channel 13 (Cablcvision Ch. 4) V.ED'VESDiY KIC-HT x A- f. L KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY SIGHT e .-.t --a --J KFEB-TV Gront Falls Channel S (Cablevision Ch. 11) WEC'vrSDAY MGHT .1 re. _ ;-r'- T v------.-a ;o r-r L i ;._ ,1 f LS r r _ '--t MS BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue Sculh EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES lOih GAME SiCO JACKPOT IN 54 NOS. IN 55 NOS. S125 IN 56 NOS, If no bingo called aHcr 56 "umbers we will continue for BONUS S500 JACKPOT 49 NOS. NO ONE USiDcl! 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUELIC-JPSTAISS ELKS INVITED GL'SSTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment fir ELKS end INV17ED C-L'SSTS ONLY ir. CIU3 ROOMS THURSDAY, JAN. 4 SUNSET FOUR FRIDAY. JAN. 5 SUNSET FOUR SATURDAY, JAN. 6 SOUTHERN PLAYBOYS Another hid; honor linked "v.h musical Eces to Sir Rcben Msyer. aai prc.-oter ci youth concerts, is sade Companion of Honor long has been assc-c.ated the "titcrnsdonE! Feder- ation of Mnsics'es. base-j in Brussels, which bring together young musicians from many cOimrnes. inciucoijg Can- ada. Also made Coiripanioris o! Honor, an cxrremely irg av.'ard. are John former Zealand prime LZ: D-inran cr.etirr.s CDrferrztive cabire: c: Britain s Europe. .-Lncu er Tory vp lone stsd the Etiropean move- rrtetit. f'uliarr. Peel, is kighted in Britain's tirst hvKir; LSL a Tho Etiror-ran EEC. The only life in the list is Sir Arjur Porritt. former governor-general of Zea- land, who a baron. Naturalist and bird pabter Peter Scott, son o? Antarctic ex- plorer Si- Robert is knichted fo- to "con- servation and the ment." Other rew knipts bach- elor include: conductor Charles G-roves. musical director of the Royal Liverpool Philharmortic Socio'y: London Police Com- missioner Robert Marit: Edgar Williams, of the Rhodes trust administering the famous and also editor c: the Dictionary of Na- tions'. BiegrEphy: and pest of- fice chsirman Bill Ry'.and. the British p-fslal i? currently under fire in the c-rrrespordenr-e of Tr.e Times for failinc to ce- hver 35 million pie-res of Cnrisr- Djas mail on time. paramount 4ai .Art 3Z7-51W One understood the savagery of the early American west. TONIGHT AND THURS. AT AND P.M. RESTRICTED ADULT BUPT LANCASTER ULZANA'SRAID FAMILY SHOWING MATINEES Only Thursday and Friday JOINS Kate Reid of Toronto has joined Ihe cast ol the Eroarhvay revival of Clare Boolhe Luce's The The producLoa has initial run in Washington before opening [he N'inier Garden Theatre in New York Feb. 15. The cast also in- cludes Alrxis Smith. mary Harris. Tammy Grimes. Myma Loy and Ei- leen Heckart. Bodies arrive WAP.SAVV Tr.e bodias of four Polish seamen. reported idiied in an air by Uni'M States en trc North port of Hai- phong, arrived here by air Tuesday from Hanoi. The seamen were members o: Lhe crs'f o: the Polish Ccnrad. v.hich sani after i! was utimbed by Ameri- can air force plane; Dec. N-rth Viemsraefe authorities said. BIG MOUTHS Ti-e shark has o K; Jeeth." Today's Showtinnes Defrauded Sfovermnent OTTAWA A high school principal who adr.utteci Tuesday that' he the federal stoverr.r.ier.: of tncre tlian fP3 (W and ther. rr.ost of it on rp-prts for thr remanded to _ fo- v Arthur K. N'elser. rrncipal of the school f: Forces Base F.ockcltf'e. ?.''.nwed to 20 PAR.i.MOl'NT Short Last Complete Sho- Restricted Arhtlt Special Matins Thursdav -Kins O.-e compete PARAMOITVT CIVEMA "fr.o- Job" ;v :0 "Sib Last Oo-fleii' TOLLEGF CTVEMA Sur-eots Probably never to told again NOW SHOWING at and p.m. ADU.T MDT SJI7A5LE FOB CKI.DREN Et i ir 117 t TONITE and THURS. Show cf 7 p.m. ire SECOND FEATURE I James Garner offico- cnr.-.e :o- iho FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre ON In color. Starring S dr.i-y S ir.s and the V.irry On Gang', 7.30 pin. Adui; PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "KANSAS r'.TV h r.V.iir. Kaqucl at and p TABER Tower Theatre "Tiiv:'HT AT THr KP.U: OF THK WORLD" In S .ric Wednesday. .Uininiy 7 ,-.i-.d 0 Adull. BARR1K. Ont. uT' Rf NV, H. Chandler. FABULtUS STARTING JANUARY 5 STARTING JANUARY 5 ;