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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Centre set to help the deaf Alta. A rural training designed to help deaf adults find their niche in the com- has been established in this 40 miles northeast of Edmonton. Sponsored by the Kinsmen Club of Fort the project uses mobile homes and trailers for bunk and cook houses on 160 acres of leased land. Allen chairman of the Kinsmen committee that has researched the pro- ject for 18 explained that the government provides support for the deaf up to the age of 18. If the deaf have had help at they can go on to higher education. if their parents are unable to cope with the really no place for said Mr. MacDonald. INCOME TAX COURSE CORRESPONDENCE You can Earn Extra Income Learn how to prepare the new Tax' Forms and become an INCOME TAX CONSULTANT. For Full Cornier CANADIAN SCHOOL OF TAX ACCOUNTING 69 Eflinton Ave. Ontario M4P 1H2 TV highlights TUESDAY Ck. 7. The paramedic squad deals with a variety of casts. CRIME DRAMA McMlllai awl Ck. IS. A ty- coon presumably jumped to his death but his body doesn't land on the ground until three hours MOVIE Ck. 11. John Wayne as a rancher forced to drive 1MO head of cattle with raw teen-age recurits as his only help. CRIME Ck. 7. Target Tke Ck. 13. Tke demand for water and technology's solution to get it where it's needed most.' DOCTOR Marcus If Ck. 13. A story about the rare genetic disease that kills babies of Jewish extraction. MOVIE 12 Ch. 7. A graphic portrait of the great Edgar Allan Poe horror classic. WEDNESDAY Royal 3 Ck. 7. The wedding of princess Anne and Capt. Mark Phillips in Westminster Abbey. Royal I Ch. 13. Highlights of the wedding taped earlier in the day. MOVIE Forgotten 1 Ck. 13. Dennis Weaver as a Vietnam POW who finds a nightmare awaiting him back home. Muggers are safer than average man It's really winter A flock of geese swings low over an Iowa cornfield in the annual migration heralding the advent of winter. Conservationists say more than geese flew over the state to their winter retreat near Missouri. This flock circled the length of the cornfield before choosing an open spot to settle down and feed. By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK -Jump- ing to A mugger is safer at home than you because muggers do more to protect their own dwelling from robbery than the average citizen does Since that is where they may first stash the loot from their they often keep watchdogs and in- Take advantage of the handicapped. If you hire people. And want committed you should be hiring the handicapped worker. the word is misleading. When a worker is disabled he has many skills remaining that maximize his ability and are not affected by his disability. In that he is not handicapped at all. He is an equal competitor at his skill. And he asks no favors. Most disabled people have developed new skills. They show incredibly high standards of productivity. They appreciate their jobs. And they are stable and reliable. They have a little extra to prove. All they ask for is the chance. A good businessman can spot a solid investment. Hiring the disabled is smart business. Our case histories prove this. Contact our Vocational Rehabilitation Department and see what we have to offer. Then take advantage of it. Vforkmenfe Compensation ALBERTA stall the best security locks on their doors. When it comes to most of us would rather read a good book about a bad man than a bad book about a good man. I instantly like any wife if I see her publicly thumb her nose at her husband behind his back when he makes a pom- pous remark. Thanks to modern adver- it is counted a greater sin to have bad breath than bad manners. It is far easier to write to the White House and get a rep- ly than it is to get an answer from a guy you've written ask- ing him to pay up on a five year old debt One of the things that puzzles me most about women is how so many of them can go through a lifetime and never spill ketchup on a new white dress. Inflations come and but some traditional prices stay the same. Bootblacks at long last managed to break the two-bit barrier for their ser- but hat-check girls and washroom attendants still complain that most of their clientelle still leave only a quarter. Dealers to face charges EDMONTON Six of seven car dealers had preliminary inquiry dates set when they appeared in court to face a total of 86 charges of fraud and turning back odometers on used cars. The seventh Noralta Motors Ltd. was remanded by Provincial Judge Carl Rolf to Nov. 22 for plea on four charges of turning back odometers and election and plea on one count of fraud. Fuhr's Mercury Sales Ltd. was remanded to Feb. 6 for preliminary hearing into one charge of fraud. At that date a plea will be entered on nine counts of turning back odometers. Westown Ford Sales Ltd. was bound over to Jan. 29 and 30 for a preliminary hear- ing into five charges of fraud and for plea on six charges of turning back odometers. South Park Motors Ltd. reserved plea on six charges of turning back odometers un- til Feb. 23 when a preliminary hearing will be held into three counts of fraud. A four-day preliminary beginning Feb. was set for Stedelbauer Chevrolet- Oldsmobile Ltd. into 10 charges of fraud. A trial date will be set at that time to near evidence into 19 charges of turning hack odometers. Don Wheaton was' remanded to Jan. 31 for a preliminary hearing into eight charges of fraud and setting of trial date on eight counts of turning back odometers. Avenue Repo and Storage Ltd. and C. A. Acceptance were remanded to Feb. 12 ar.d 13 for preliminary hearing into six joint charges of fraud. Eight joint charges against the two companies of turning back odometers and one separate charge against A venae Repo and Storage Ltd. of turning back an odometer were dismissed by Provincial Judge Rolf at the close of a hearing to determine the validity of the charges. LACKS SUSPENSE Of all timed the brie- fest is the qukk draw in snoot- ing In which times of M of a IMP TV USTWGS taMd by by tha Radio and Tate- Any variation In program achtd- ula to dua 16 laat-iiMmiit ohanoae by tha and HV not tha raaponalbHny of Tha Lathbritfoa CHIC MONDAY thn FRIDAY' Buryl Farm News Sport Checllrw WaH Edwards 12-00 John Oliver 1220 6.00 World at Six Stan Baity Show John Charles 12-30 Steve Plsko WEDNESDAY CBC News 6.05 Jack Thys 7-50 Weather and Sports 8-35 Phone Bill Show Gord Whitehead 12-30 Grain PrlcM Call of Land Jack NwjMd 5-00 Sports Paul Teaaler Roy Renntek CJOC 11.00 Jack Thys 12.00 Probe 1220 Noon Farm 12-30 Weather and Sports 1-00 News and Grain Prices Gord Whitehead Jim Parsons Probe 1220 5.03 John Charles Show 6.00 World at Six CHIC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRID Sam -12noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-0 6 pm.-10 p.m Don Hodman 10 p.m.-i2 Midnight Concerts Overtures and Encores SATURDAY 6 a m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p m Don Hedman TUESDAY NIGHT As It Happens 8.10 CBC Tuesday Night Sports Weather 10.10 From the Capitals 10.15 Five Nights a Week 10.30 Or Bundola's Pandemonium 11.03 Rupert's Land Rock Slide WEDNESDAY 5 30 Warm up 6 p.m.-l a.m. Dell-O SUNDAYS 6 a m.-1 p.m. Overtures and Encores 1-2 p m TDhe Gasthaus Hour 2-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-12 midnight Overtures and Encores a 05 Eye Opener 9 00 The World at Nine 9.13 This Country 10.59 Time Signal 12-03 Radio Noon 1.55 Stock Market School Broadcast 2-30 Oft the Record 3-30 Max Ferguson 4.00 BBC News 4 05 Home Run 6.00 World at Six Don't Miss Reading The Lcthbridgc Herald CHINOOK COMING with your copy of Tbo Southern Alberta's LARGEST Rural Circulation Coplos-Ovor Radon CJOC-TV ChMtMl 7 TUESDAY NIGHT 7 0U 5 00 Hollywood Squares 7-15 5 30 CJOC News 7-30 6.00 Emergency S'OO Bob Newhart 8.30 7-30 Hollywood Squares 9 00 8-00 Mary Tyler Moore 9.30 8-30 Police Story Front Page Challenge 10 30 Up Canada 11 00 10.30 Some Honorable 1200 Member 1230 11 00 News i oo 11 -20 P M 30 Premature Burial 200 1-45 Wrestling s'oo WEDNESDAY 3 30 3.00 Princess Anne's Wedding j nn 6-45 NFB Farm and City Wizard of Oz Won Giant Uncle Bobby Ed Allen One Million Children New Horizons Western Schools Mr Dress Up Sesame Street Superman Lassie General Hospital Let's Make A Deal Our Town Take 30 Edge of Night Family Court Drop In CPCN.TV Chamwl Ch. TUESDAY NIGHT Mod Squad 5-55 News McMillan and Wife 8 00 Temperatures Rising Kojack Target Marcus Welby News 11-20 News 12-00 Merv Griffin WEDNESDAY 5-55 Thought for the Day The Royal Wedding of Princess Anne Canada A.M. 8 30 Romper Room 9.00 This Week 9 15 Parlons Francis 9 30 Polka Dot Door 10.00 Lifestyle 1030 Pay Cards Galloping Gourmet 11 30 Beat the Clock 1 2 00 Flintstones 12.30 Woody Woodpecker The Forgotten Man 230 Somerset 3 00 Another World 3 30 What's the Good Word 4 00 Anything You Can Do 4 30 Buckshot 4 55 Hogan's Heroes 5-25 News 600 NHL KMTV Qtwft Mto ClMHNMl Ch. TUESDAY NIGHT Maude Santord and Son M.A.S.H All in the Family Perry Mason Hawaii Ntwt 10-30 Tonight Show WEDNESDAY 6.15 Our World 6.45 Salute Agriculture 7-00 Today Show 6 00 Joker s Wild 6-30 Pyramid 9 00 Gambit 9 30 Hollywood Squares 10-00 Jeopardy 1030 Who. What. Where Game 10-55 News 11 00 Price is Right 11 30 As the World Turns Days of Our Lives 1230 The Doctors 1 00 Another World 1-30 New Match Game 2 00 Secret Storm 2-30 Mike Douglas 4-00 Today in Montana 430 News 5.00 NBC Nightly 530 OH. 5.30 9-00 10-00 6-55 9.00 TUESDAY NIGHT Truth or Temperatures Rising TrwCowboy'a Marcus Wtriby TICK. Tick WEDNESDAY Farm Mwvs Captain Kangaroo Audrey 10.00 10 25 10-30 11-00 1130 1200 1.00 200 2-30 300 3.30 4.00 900 Young and Restkws Search for Tomorrow All My Children Let's Make a Deal Newtywed News General Hospital One Lite to Live American Style Wizard of Odds Three on a Match Girl in My Life SantlaflO's Ark Password ;