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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, November 11, 1972 CBC officials look at future OTTAWA (CP) A CBC management shuffle lias loft executive vice-president Lister Sinclair with additional respon- sibility for programming. Famed theatre to close doors PARIS (AP) The Comedie Francaite, France's most fa- mous theatre company, has been ordered by the govern- ment to close Indefinitely as oi 15 because of wildcat strikes by technicians. Other Parisian theatres will strike the following day to protest the gov- ernment order, which deprives the Comedie technicians of their most effective weapon. The technicians demand higher wages and object to the terms of a contract proposed by the government. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABtlSHED 1911 Lower Floor 517 4lh Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 Mr. Sinclair, once a program mer liimsclf, takes over thcs new functions from vicc-pres: dent Marcel Ouimet, 57, of 01 .lawa, who becomes vice-presi dent of special services. Tlii new department includes the CBC's old external services and the northern and armed force: broadcasting services. The change means Mr. Sin clair will be in charge of both English-and French-language programs and special service, as well as finance, adminis tration and development. The change takes effect Dec 1 when the former director-gen eral of external services, H. G Walker, retires. This move is not unexpected Mr. Sinclair's background as a writer, actor and producer in dicated lie would play a large role in CBC programming when he was appointed last summer. CBC president Laurent Pi card is an administrative ant financial expert who concen trated on these fields when he was executive vice-president. A CBC committee now is looking at the future of broad casting in the next 10 years. II will suggest new policies for the corporation. Other changes announced last week were appointment of W. T. Armstrong of Lucerne, Que., as vice-president of public rela- tions, a new post, and Gordon Bruce of Ottawa as Ottawa area operations director. The new appointments take effect Jan. I. CURRIE'S FINE FOODS OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK and A.M. TO P.M. Fresh 1516 9th Ave. S. BETWEEN THE TWO Produce HOSPITALS FUME! MAIL THIS COUPON Zv ASSOCIATION OF KINSMEN CLUBS KINstakes III P.O. Bon 1973, Edmonton, Alberta Pleesa send follgwing number ef lichitli (Chvck quantity) 1 lickel J2.00 Z llckilt J4.08 ................4 tickets IB.OO tickets 112.00 TOTAL AMOUNT ENCLOSED Maka cheque or order psyabii to: KINstakes IM. NAME PHONE ADDRESS PROVINCE OR THIS ONE ASSOCIATION OF KINSMEN CLUBS KINstakes III P.O. Box 1973, Edmonton, Alberta .____ send me following number of tlcketf, (Chick quantity) 1 ticket 12.00 2 tickets 14.00 ticktts 58.00 tickets TOTAL AMOUNT ENCLOSED MahA cheque cr money order payable to: KINstakei III. NAME PHONE ADDRESS PROVINCE OR THIS ONE ASSOCIATION OF KINSMEN CLUBS KINstakes III P.O. Box 1973, Edmonton, Alberta (Che" 1 ticKtt J2.00............... 2 lickeli J4.00 lickels J8.00 B lickjli J12.00 TOTAL AMOUNT ENCLOSED 5 Make cheque or money order payable to: KINstakes III. NAME PHONE I ADDRESS PROVINCE OR ALL THREE! Win wilh Klnl Emry ticket givii you mora chances to win BIG CASH PRIZES! When you buy f, TICKETS you set Z FREEI Tickets Jim each, Order youn early to get In on 111 draws. Licensed by Iho Alberts Attorney General's Department For KINSMEN Projects throughout Alberta 1st PRIZE 2nd PRIZE 3rd PRIZE EARLY BIRD DRAWS DECEMBER 7, 1972 JANUARY 25, 10 DRAWS FOR EACH FINAL DRAW MARCH 8, 1973 ASSOCIATION OF KINSMEN CLUBS P.O. Hox 1973. Fdmonlon. TV HIGHLIGHTS SATURDAY SPOUT: NHL Hotkey, C p.m., Ch. 7. Tile Los Angeles Kings meet the Canadiens at Montreal. COMEDY: Bridget Loves Bernic, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. Brid- get discovers the joys of Judaism. DRAMA: Police Surgeon, Ch. 13. The acci- dental death of a young man sets his brother-in-law on a path of revenge after a negligent company manager. COMEDY: "The Family 9 p.m., Cli. 7. Warm, earthy treatment of Uie marital problems of newlyweds. MOVIE DRTMA: "John and 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Duslin Hoffman and Mia Farrow meet In a singles bar and begin a casual love affair. INTERVIEW: Tommy Banks, p.m., Ch. 7. Tom- my's guests are Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper who dis- cuss the making of their movie "Easy Rider." Protesting posties back on the job TORONTO (CP) Workers t the main Toronto post office back on the job today after a four-hour wildcat walk- ut Thursday night to protest they consider slow con- ract talks and poor working onditioiis. About 250 men employed in he traffic division where mail s shipped and received stayed ff the job until their shift was ver at midnight. Those replacing them at the :iilt change were left with a acklog that "looked pretty said Arnold Gould, na- onal director of the Canadian fnion of Postal Workers Mr. Gould said in an inter- new that the walkout was not anctioned by the union. The workers, who pulled fire larms in the building to trig- Musky n court Wednesday LAS VEGAS, Nev. (Reuter) Federal official'; confirmed Friday that reputed underworld ambling czar Meyer Lansky lill be arraigned before Judge :oger Foley in United States district court next Wednesday. The officials said Lansky will ppear voluntarily for his ar- aignmenl. Lansky, 71, arrived in Miami 'uesday after being expelled ran Israel and being refused sylum by six Latin American Dvommenk. He was taken into aslody by FBI agents. Lansky's wife left Tel Aviv or Miami Friday to be with her ling husband. He was taken to ospital there Thursday and the tospital said he had heart ondition. Mrs. Lansky told reporters: We are through with Israel. We'll never return again." ger the walkout, were angered by an extension in conciliation talks that was agreed to by both the treasury board and the union. The Toronto walkout was the only one reported across the country Thursday night but some of the workers said they hoped it would spread and that there would be more before the busy Christmas season. TALKS BROKE DOWN Contract talks began early In the year but broke down in Au- gust. The Council of Postal Un- ions, which represents the em- ployees, asked for the appoint- ment of a three-man con- ciliation board. Wages are among the chief is- sues still in dispute. The union originally sought an increase of 66 cents an hour on an average wage of The government offered a 13-per-cent Increase over three years. Some of the Toronto workers who walked out said they feared layoffs when the post of- fice switches to automatic mail sorting and that those who are left would be shifted into a dif- ferent pay category and make less money. Order inquest EDMONTON (CP) RCMP today said an inquest has been ordered into the death of Paul Kasper, 60, of Radway. The man was killed as he walked near a farm in the area 60 miles northeast of Edmon- ton He was struck by a car that failed to stop. RCMP said no charges have been laid in the case. VISITORS DOUBLED HONG KONG CAP) More than visitors to China crossed into Hong Kong by train through the Lo Wu border sta- tion in the first six months of 1972, more than double the num- ber for the same period lasl year, the Hong Kong Tourist As- sociation reported. WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Form Industrial Anything Made of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON Truck Loads Carloads Truck Sr.alei Magnet Crane Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Street North Phone 328-1721 "Scrap ii Our Business" LETHBRIDGE DISTRICT EXHIBITION LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING The onrvual meeting of iho LETHBRIDGE and DISTRICT EXHIBITION will be hold al p.m. MONDAY, Nov- ember 27. 1972 in the Mezzanine Room of the Exhibi- tion Pavilion. The reports from the Presidcnl nnrl Board of Direclort and also thft audiior's financial statement will be pre- sented to the meeting. I. E. ANDREWS General Manager MOVIH DRAMA: "The Dirty 12 midnight, Ch. 7. A World War II thriller about a band of GI convicts on a suicidal mission in occupied France. DOCUMENTARY: "Tho Finest 12 midnight, Ch. 13. A tribute lo Sir Winston Churchill, narrated by Or- son Welles SUNDAY SPORT: Pro Football, 11 a.m., Ch. 7. The New Eng- land Patriots meet the Dolphins in Miami. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "The Z p.m., Ch. T. Youngsters search lor an abandoned boat off the rugged coast of Scotland. SPORT: Pro Foolhail, 2 p.m., Ch. Iv. Western Con- ference semi-final between the Saskatchewan Roughriders and the Eskimos at Edmonton. MUSIC: Music To See, S [i.m., Ch. 7. A recital of Renaissance music by Ottawa's Huggett family on ancient instruments. FAMILY: World of Disney, C p.m., Cli. 7. "Three Tall Tales" animated from American folk lore. CRIME DRAMA: Mod Squad, p.m., Ch. 13. A car-theft operation somehow connected to broadcasts on a rock radio station. ADVENTURE: The Beachcombers, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. "The Search" is on for Hughie who disappeared from the drifting Persephone while Nick was dozing. COMEDY DRAMA: Anna and the King, p.m., Ch. 7. The story of a strange old man who is making beautiful glass wind chimes and to win a set of them Louis is lured into a dangerous game with himself as the prize. HISTORICAL: The British Empire, p.m., Cli. 1.1. "The Scramble For Africa" tells of the European powers who seek a share in the wealthy continent. SPECIAL: "Snoopy's Ice p.m., Cli. 9. Snoopy goes in search of lop skaters and visits Denmark, England, France, Italy, Norway, Switzerland and California. VARIETY: Julie Andrews, S p.m., Ch. 7. Donald O'Con- nor, The Young Americans and Alice Ghostley join Julie in recreating memorable moments from Walt Disney mo- tion pictures. DRAMA: Sunday At Nine, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Oscar winner Wendy Killer in a poignant tale of December love. CRIME DRAMA: Mannix, 9 p.m., Ch. 13. An exiled kingpin's granddaughter, an unwilling pawn in the mob's search for Ihe former Mr. Big. SPECIAL: Human Journey, 10 Ch. 13. "Where We Live" seeks solutions to the urban housing shortage. MOVIE WESTERN: "The Glory Guys." 12 midnight, night, Ch. 7. A tale of the U.S. cavalry and Sioux Indians. MONDAY MOVIE DRAMA; "Sergeant 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A courtroom drama about a U.S. sergeant on trial for de- fecting. RF-ROOF NOW... Before Leaks Develop Make Simpsons-Sear. Your Headquarters for Dependable, Prnli'ilhe. Ikiiuliliil Roofinn Lions Club of Lethbridge 19th Town Country 1000 CASH PLAY AT HOME NEWSPAPER BLACKOUT BINGO PLUS 4 EBXONAUS PRIZES CASH EACH Here's How You Can Win! THE PRIZE The first card wilh all numbers covered (blackout) will receive Ihe grand prize of In the case of more ihon one black oul the winners may "play- or split iho prize. THE BONUS PRIZE Tho "L" Bingo has been called for the first "X" From corner to corner through the centra for Ihe first "H" Down the "B" row, down tho "0" row and acroii the cenlrv 0 for this first "Square" all numben fillid down Ihe "B" row, down Ihe "0" row, acroii the top row, acroii the botlom row The bonus prizes will be awarded lo ihe first correct :ords according to ihs rotation of numbers called In the case of ties, prizes will bo split. Bonus prize win- ners will have ihcir cards refunded to them lo continue plnying for the blackout bingo. CARDS ONLY EACH Hera are tho numberi lo date: 1-23, O-69, 1-30, 1-20, 1-26, N-40, G-54, B-8. B-10, B-2, 0-68, O-74, N-31, 0-71, G-55, G-SB. N-36, G-51, G-57, B-l, 1-24, G-47, 1-27, B-1S. 1-17, 1-19, N-37, B-3, O-64, N-44, 0-67, N-41 THIS WEEK'S NUMBERS: N-43, G-46, N-35, 1-29, N-45, H-14, B-7, N-32 Additional numbrn, plui all numhou alrondy callfd will bo publlthod evory Saturday in Lalhbridaa Herald. WHEN YOU HAVE A WINNING CARD Phono 327-8670 immediately PROCEEDS TOWARDS LIONS CENTENNIAl PARK, AND OTHER COMMUNITY PROJECTS PrQ0fami ure luted by the radio and televiiion ilalioni. Any variation in program ithedule it due IP lail- minuto changes by the itaiiont and is net the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centra.. CHEC if Morley McGill and Allan Bell: Contemporary Newi Doug Marvin: Contemporary Leo Dow: Farm News Music We Remember: Sunday Morningi Dow John Ollvtr Farm News Callle Prices Grain Prices call of thi Lind SATURDAY Jack Neufcld Paul Tessler Dave King (4.00 Paul Tessler MONDAY SUNDAY SSI SIS Leo Dow (Music Bob Heskelh We Remember! Chec-linc Indian News Media Chec Trading Post King CJOC if News wilh Bill Skelton, Rod Whirr, Bill Mafheson Sport Brenr Seely and Don Maclean Farm and Ranch Doug Card B-OO News Jim Elliot Christian Selenct CBC Ntwa Memories News, Wthr, Sj George Brown Phoni Bill Show News Joan Waferflelfl Jim ElllCJlt 12; 00 Probe 1220 SATURDAY NIGHT Soorts News inside from thi Outside ___ Continental Holiday Sports, Wlhr. Doug Anderson Sunday Magazint Barry Hegland NEWS SUNDAY John Charles News The Enlerlalner! Atlantic Symphony of Decision Blackfoot Indian Sunshine Evangel Program Concern Solo MONDAY if CHEC FM if News, Wthr, Sports Hourly MONDAY thru SAT. Don Hedman Don Hedman 4-00 Don Macmaster SUNDAY Bob Concle (Con- Bob fi.QO Don certs and Over- Don Macmasler lures} News, Wlhr, Sport News ind Grim Pricei Jack Thyi John Walker Probe 1220 World It Six CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY NIGHT The Scene Identities 7-03 Symphony Hall CDC Distinguished Artists Anthology The Bush and Salon Major Progression SUNDAY Morning Concert Children's Stories Sunday Morning 9'05 Sunday Maqazlna Sunday Supplement Time Signal capital Report Inside from tht Outside Ivan Romanoff Music The Beatles Remember When Cross Country Check Up NHL Celebration Sound of Sport Sunday Theatre Gilmour's Albums Showcase '72 Collage News, Wlhr, Sports Warner'i WflK Works MON'DAY Eye Opener World Ot B Calgary Eye Opener This Country Time Signal Radio Noon siockmarket Schools Max Ferguson Bob Kerr Home Run BBC News News World it Six See it it's New at ANGLO NEW 6R26 SONY LATEST 7 TRANSISTOR AM PORTABLE. RADIO Clear sound from large 3" ipeaker, at- tractive leatherette cabinet In choice of 4 colon. Complete with earphones and size batteriei. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo and fkolopiaphic Centei 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) SATURDAY N10HT NHL Hockey Country Movie: Family Way News CJOC Newi Tommy Banki MOVle: Dirty Dozen SUNDAY Gospel Hour capialn Scarltt District 7 Faith for Today NFL Highlight! NFL Sports Week The Hunch District 7 Garner Ted Armslrong Reach For The Top Country Canada Music lo Set Odd Couplt Disneyland Beachcomber! Anna and The King Julie Andrews Sunday at NInt Weekend News CJOC Newt Dlslrlct 7 Movie: Glory Guyi MONDAY Super Heroei Wizard of Oi Farm Facts Mr. Drtssup School! Friendly Giant (c) 10M5 Chez Helen Miday Joan WatirMtld Marine Boy Pink Panther Truth or Const- quences Klara's Korner Hollywood SquirM Ed Allan Take 30 Edge of NlqM (t) Family Court Drop In Lets Make CJOC News CFCN-TV Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4} SATURDAY NIGHT News OH Report Klngo Bingo Bridge) Loves Bernie Police Surgeon Missing Link Sanford and Son Movie: John and Mary News News Know Your Sports Movie: Horst Koehler Rural Report Rex Humbard Market Piece Garner Ted Armstrong CFL Romper Room Canada A.M. Yoga (c) Community UntBmed World Movie: Plavmales Mod Squad Specials Hour Lei Them Liws Mannix Human Journey Thi Finest Houn News (t) SUNDAY News (c) Thought for Day oil rteport Clubllme D.r1pul Rev. Solbreckken H-M Queillon Period House of Frlghlen- Merv GrlFiin sleln (c) MONDflV Uncle flobby WINDAT Day of Discovery Though! For Day Qrfll Roberta Fashions In Sewing Parlons Francali Trouble wilh Tracy Lire Style Pierre Berlon The New Bear The Clock (t) Buckshnl Plinlslonei Movie: Sergeant Ryker Somerset Another World Whats Good Word Anything You Can Do (cl Star Trek (c) Unlversily of Air 5'30 Sandy Duncan KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) SATURDAY Hce Haw Mystery Bob Newhart Movie: Glanl (Par! 1) News Emergency The Law and You SUNDAY Archies Harlem Bold Ones iroders News (c) Rex Humbard (c) Travelure (c) Kalnryn Kuhlman MONDAY Face Ihe Nation Day or Discovery Meet the Press MSU Open NFL Hcre'i Lucy Doris Day Bridget Lovet Bern'lo Sandy Duncfln Clertw Wilson Snoopy's lea Tho Trouble with Concentration People As Ihe Wnrfd Turn! 9MOMASH (Cl IPrOO News (c) Mary Tyler Moore The Doctors (c) Sale of Century Squares (c) Jccpardy (c) Who, What, Wharf Gama (c) Another World Secret Storm Mike Douqlfls Our World Jokers Wild Salute Agriculture News (c) Today Show News Today In Monlnna News (r) Price ll Ricjhl (c) Guninioka Sonny and Kung Fu KFBB-TV Great Falli Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) SATURDAY NIOHT Bullwlnkle Audrey (cl j-m Thi Booklet end Aniwen Galloping Gourmil j.ro PWOKIW Whcro the Hoart li Ch8r Man News (c) NTl 10-10 Tomorrow Wild KlnnHoni All My Children This. K Your Mako A (c) LAwrcnco Walk Newlywed GAI P01 Movla: Trua Grit Night Gallerv Nflvvi Nnws of San Tranclscn SUth Ghost Story News Ncwi Roller Gamei SUNDAY Farm Newi Closoup This Is LIFn Rrvlvnl Firri GET, pel Hour 9M Mflko A Wish 10.00 Curiosity Shop News General Hospital Ono Ufa to Llva Days ol Our Llvn Dinah's Bllllo Jnmei Haroll Threo on Mitch MONDAY fnrni NPWJ Nnws Dallnn Gamt Spill Srcnnd ncwitchrd Password (c] Jack LaLhnnt Ni ;