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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta fl THE IflHBKIDGE HERAID Ttielny, November nclor frees Canadian vessel Tniador vessels we released The Asscicialcil I'rcss re-, Slak-s Tlie arrests Wednesday .Ticlim-iv' mi'lit after their skippers! ported from San Diego, Calif.. re lik.'lv to te followed M T'i-ml 'o buy fishinfi lieenees. i that owners of the Trinidad, i niany more (luniiK I lie Soul hern The alonj! with Ihreei Vulturous and Hlun Meridian! Hemisphere summer fishmi! ufliiT AiMi-rittiii boats, had been had sent off to Kcuador season, just begirmiMK. to obtain release of! Arvoyu said his government is ported by radio that they would sential "for defence of our mar- t.wil payment of interests." that the two i held in the port of Salinas, j Tlu' five boal.s were reported by Keuador, lo tip in n I; Peru ana Chile, is not reeoK- area about a) nautical miles off I i by Canada or the United i Ecuador's coast. l Wednesday liy the Knia From 8 p.m. to 12 Midnight Monday, Nov. 8th thru Saturday, No. 13th A GUY AND A GAL AT THE DALLAS TAVERN 312 5th STREET SOUTH FULLY LICENSED CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13lh ST. N. the vessels. Skipper Joseph j adamant about maintaining the; Alberta Indian association ie financial death EDMONTON (CP) The In-, tlinn Association of may die n financial death if i the federal government con-! tinues JLs present budget pro- j gram, s s o c i a lion president; Harold Cardinal says. i "We're not able to moot next month's payroll. As of this moment I will be asking some of the staff to work for a months without salary." He said the association sub- milled a budget of to Ottawa "and of we have received from the secretary of state 28 per cent of what asked for." the monies we budget for, is not used up by February, the! government cuts back that much the following year. If Ibis i keeps up we'll be budgeted I right out of existence." MOUE HOMES I At the end of July, "S.IM j dwellings were under construe-1 lion in Norway, an increase of' seven per cent over the same lime in 1970. ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBRGQMS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY GOES" AAembers and Invited Guests! GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB 6th ST. AMD 9th AVE. NORTH 2nd ANNUAL Pork Supper and Dance (EISBEIN-FEST) SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13th Music by "The Diamond Four" DOORS OPEN AT 7 P.M. SUPPER 8-9 P.M. Dance 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. TICKETS SOtD IN ADVANCE ONIY AT: Old Country Sausago Northsido Bakery and Norbridge Meats MEMBERS AND GUESTS POOR LITTLE KITTY Such a liny ihing to have a broken leg. Janice Worner of Fort Meyers, Fla., dis- covered her six-week-old kitten Dinoo was hurt in a fall a couch. So she lavished plenty of tender loving care and with a splin! Dingo is getting along fine. Dockers lake llie day off AUCKLAND (Renter) New Zealand's seamen returned to their ships Thursday follow- ing a nine-day strike, but tlie .shipping industry received a new setback when dockers here, the country's busiest port, took (lie day off. An official of the Auckland Waterside Workers' Union, said the stoppage was in protest at the negative attitude of the em- ployers over a number of in- I dustrial matters. The seamen's strike was over disciplinary clauses in a ship- ping and seamen amendment j bill now before Parliament. It j led to the de-registration of the i seamen's union last Friday. Spend just ten minutes In Pontiac dealer's pocket-size Ventura n and you'll agree with everything we say in this ad. HIGHLJGHTSi MYSTCHY MOVIE: p.m., CIl. Alhcl'1 slars as an unbending war hero who commit murder then woos tin' lovely witness to his crime. COMKIIY: Lnugli-In, a p.m., C'li. 7. Broadway's Jnmes C'lira is featured in several comedy ski tch-s witli the Rowan and Martin regulars. MOVIE DKAMA: "The Harness." p.m. Ch. "Bonanza" Circcnc Rives an intense performance as a l.nmbled, aging rrjan whose life complicated with Hie arrival of a free-spirited young uunun. CHIME DHAMA: FBI, 10 p.m.. Cli. U. "Antennae of Death'' casts William Shatner as a dupe peddler on the run from the FBI. MOVIE I1IOGHAPIIY: "The! RHlli'Ciul Sail, p.m., Cli. 13. The story of a poor peasar.: who enters a mur.asUiry and after a scries of remarkable and lucky incidents he finally becomes a priest. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Kill a p.m., Ch .7. This is a story about a hattle over salvage rights to a valuable load of nitro aboard a strar.dcd junk. SATURDAY SANTA CLAUS PARADE: 8 a.m. mi Ch. 13 and a.m. on Cli. 7. Leading this year's gala the With annual- is a Riant snowflake followed by classic children's charac- ters and Santa himself. SPOUT: Pro Football, 2 p.m., Cli. 13. The Calgary Slatnpeders meet tli2 Regina Koughriders in the first game of a best-of-three Western finals at Calgary. SI'ORT: Wide World of Sports, p.m., Cli. 13. The Canadian Junior Football Championship from Hamilton. pries to rrintch. Bui Ventura i doesn't short change on on the things you value most. Want Pcntiac performance Ventura n gives you l.vo great V.TIV'S to get up and go. A 250 cuijic-inch Six or an optional 307- V3. And you can cnoose either a three-speed manual transmission or an super smooth-shitting automatic. Want Poii'.iac luxury comfort? Ventura n shows its Pontiac brooding with interiors of supple Morrokide and cloth. And all- Morrokide is available. It's a Pontiac! And tor comfort, try Ventura n on tor size. It may be small on the outside, but inside you'll find you get almost as much headroom and legroom as in a full-size car. You get Pontiac value, too. Ventura n's a Pontiac, so expect it to give you the kind of features Poniiacs are known for. Features like inner-fender construction, fiush-and-dry rocker panels and a Magic Minor finish that will help keep your Ventura n looking new for a long, long time. And Ventura n is up on Pontiac innovations. For instance, order a radio and your antenna will be embedded in the windshield. Now that's a lot of Pontiac for a pocket-size price. A lot of Ponliac value. But Ventura n doesn't stop there. Just checkout its option list. You'll find such extras as air conditioning, a brand new sun root, a sporting Sprint option and much more. Test drive your Pontiac dealer's pocket-size Ventura n soon. Spend just ten minutes in it and you may want to drive it home. Pontiac Ventura n IrimbfeSi" Program! are listed by the radio arid television stations Any variation in program shedulei if due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of the Herald or Trimbles Tire Supply. CHEC News on the Hour Wthr. on Ihe Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT SATURDAY John Charles Beryl Clark fi-no Jim Shearer John Oliver S rSelS" EWy! Ciark CHEC-FM News, Sporla FRIDAY NIGHT World at Six Request Action Line John WafKer CJDC Show SATURDAY News MON. THRU SAT. Ucn :cr CHEC FM News Hourly Half Hour Concerts (Bob Don Ma CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary ,Y NIGHT Varieties Run Nev.'S -JMO Kctice Board World at Six Atlantic Symphony Right or Wrong As it Happens Orchestra Tlie Scene 8-03 The Entertainers Solo Our Native Land Nev.'S, Wthr, Sports News, Wlhr, Spcrls lotnfities From Ihe Capilals Biq Bnnds Family Five Nights a SATURDAY WCC Football 6-03 Eye Opener Jt.TD Afternoon Concerl Playback Morning Concert Playclate Trimble's Tire Invites You To Try The Astro WHISPER GRIP WHISPERGRIP 83 LOAD RANGE WHITE SIZE 775-14 4 825-14 4 825-15 4 855-15 28.40 28.40 29.50 314 Hth Stt-eet South One of the most popular tread de- signs in C o n a d n. Built to premium ny- lon standards for maximum traction, mileage and riding comfort. Now is the fime to purchase your winter tires. We are sure the Whisper Grip 83 will fill all your men ts. Phone 327-2007, 327-2396 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY Truth or Consequences 1C) Teleprobe 7 Movie: I News (c) Teleprobe 7 II :-l5 Movie: To H Dranon (r) SATURDAY oi mo L-quwnent iiiuMuM or >s at tost Don-, (oroct to Buckle up for safety. Pontiac on clean air. O'nn. brncinQ, frish nir it Is. And so worth m.iriti In rhr; riocrarto, CM hy nt't In.ive it onliro'y to the onqinrtrrs nnrt r.ciontists Ynu. for MS ;ill. ThntT, Jr.n rj'-nf.f.ii I'-o Jitnoutil n! uriimr.-v 1 .n; c" .1 tr--' c.'sn :i fi.ivi c f-ri' Mr-I.'n'S and rwivt; 'oi! a r r iv1 ;r.'! ,jii j-.f h'ts >r it.' [r, t.v i (-.iriy tin i ,ijiu I! u: iin- HI. [iDlliC .nt AnJ w1 will run And is n Id! oi Dul we nctiicvoil.OM'fi 1D72 cars and oa the n0W CFCN-TV Lethbrldge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) FRIDAY Rinlstnnes (c) Hiiwaii Five-0 ft-in Ncv.'S Icl Rcom in The Partners Tlie KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Ir.) Film (O 1? 00 Or 10 CO (Jrwi (c 10 .10 lunintit SATURDAY Jnsin and F' The Wnnk In the Nn KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (CablcvJsion Ch. 11) Nfiv.T, (i I W "Ihri hdn OrlJ toupio (c.; Lovff Ariiprlcdn Stylo (c) News Nlofit Gflllerv Rnllrc O.inios SATURDAY ny Out l Runnrr ky Phmitor R F Mft npwitchocl LlUSVlllfl (C) l..m'iU'i' U I LfiflWid-- World of Spnrtl (C) ;