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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 TUB UTHRRIDOE HEUAID Saturday, November 18, 1972 Agri-Market site set despite all objections CALGARY (CP) The Al- berta government has stopper searching for an aHernaLivc site for (lie livestock develop- ment proposed hy the Alberta Livestock Co-operative, Agn- culture Minister Hugh Homer said Friday in an interview from Edmonton. The province began looking for a replacement silo weeks ago after residents near the original location in north- east Calgary objected to the ?2.5 million development. The province proposed the sales and feeding centre be moved to Airlrie, 15 miles north of the city, but the live- stock co-operative Thursday turned down the suggestion. Directors said the Airdrie site could not be prepared in time to meet company commit- ments. Tlie refusal did not mean other site suggestions would be automatically rejecl ed. The company has receives approval from the Calgarj tli planning commission and development appeal board build on a 30-acrc site jus south of the international air port and near the Vista Heights community. The residents have held pro- test marches, gone to city hal and taken the matter to courl in ottempls to stop the projec which they say will impair th quality of the neighborhood mostly because of the smell. Buries mother SAPELE, Nigeria (Reuter) A 45-year-old rubber lapper has 3een sentenced to death by a iiigli court judge here for bur- ying alive his 75-year-old mother in. a local rubber plan- ation. TO THE WILD COUNTRY with LORNE GREENE NOVEMBER 19-9 P.M. KLUANE rough! lo you by Canada Trust are you i i You've always wanr- ed 1o get out more, lo bs an outgoing fun--type person, wilh lots of new friends. You've longed lo be able to mix easily, and be more popular, more confident socially. You've wnited ond wailed, but waiting didn't help but now the waiting can be over, now you can get out more, enjoying fhe company of hundreds of people at parties, dances, outings and dinner balls Bui you must acl If you are single or unattached, you'll want lo belong to our club But you must act now don't waill FUN, FRIENDS AND POPULARITY CAN BE YOURS ACT NOW 327-7935 ACT NOW YOU'VE WAITED LONG ENOUGH! TOR MORE INFORMATION, CAIl NOW TOP HAT DANCE CLUB INC. 535-13th St. N., Lethbridge TV HIGHLIGHTS SATURDAY SPORT: NHL Hockey, C p.m., Ch. 7. The Chicago Black Hawks meet the Canadiens in Montreal. SPECIAL: World of Charlie Brown and Cliarh'c 7 p.m., Ch. 33. A look inside the world of "Peanuts" creator Charles Schulz. DRAMA: Police Surgeon, p.m., Ch. 13. A patrolman Is the prime suspect in the beating of a neighborhood boy. COMEDY: Sanforil and Son, p.m., Ch. 13. Lamont'3 problem is that Fred's cousin has a new wife who has a fat daughter with marriage aspirations. CRIME DRAMA: "The Anderson 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Sean Cannery plays an ex-con who masterminds the robbery of a luxury apartment. Electronic gadgetry is the show's gimmick. MOVIE COMEDY: "Prudence and Hie 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Mayhem results when al] members o[ a large famDy household start stealing "the pill" from each other replacing them with innocent aspirin. MOVIE COMEDY: "The Great 12 midnight, Ch. 7. A slapstick farce with Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis as rivals in a 1900 road race from New York to Paris. MOVIE WESTERN: "Once Upon a Time IB the 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Tlie struggle for possession of a large tract of land containing a water source along the proposed route of a transcontinental railroad prompts violence and gun- fights. SUNDAY SPORT: Pro Football, p.m., Ch. 7. Western Confer- ence final between Regina Houghriders and the Blue Bomb- bers at Winnipeg. DOCUMENTARY: Untamed World, 4 p.m., Ch. 13. A study of the climate and topography of the Sahara Desert and the life styles of its inhabitants. FAMILY: World of Disney, C Ch. 7. A wild skunk named Nosey keeps things hopping for nature artist Ben Walter and his daughter. CRIME DRAMA: Mod Sqaad, p.m., Ch. 13. Pete and Julie pose as wealthy young marrieds to out-con a mas- ter con man. ADVENTURE: The Beachcombers, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. Jesse and Hugh set out to earn howlo fish for salmon with Uie help of Swede, an old troller-nian on the eve of retirement. The two hope Swede will lease them their boats. COMEDY DRAMA: Anna and Ihe King, p.m., Ch. 7. Gifts and promises of an exciting elephant hunt are among the King's plans to keep Anna from a possible new Job In Singapore. HISTORICAL: The British Empire, p.m., Cb. 13. "The Challenge" traces the problems of maintaining and de- fending the Empire between 1902 anl the end of the First World War. The "Y.P. BAND" from The Salvation Army Calgary Saturday, November 18th ADMISSION 25C p.m. Family Hour p.m. Coffee COME AND HEAR THESE MUSICIANS AND SINGERS AT THE SALVATION ARMY 13th St. and 4th Ave. S., Lethbridge WEEKEND SPECIAL Effective Saturday and Sunday Only DINNER AND REGULAR BEVERAGE Consists cf 3 pieces Chubby Chicken, French Fries, Dinner Roll, Cole Slaw and Regular Beverage. Reg. 1.55 NOW 99' AVAILABLE AT BOTH LOCATIONS 2103rd Ave. S. 1607 Mayor Magrath Dr. Catering available for all social gatherings. For further information call 328-6056 or 327-8253 DOCUMENTARY: "To The Wild 9 p.m., Ch. 7. A lour of spectacular Kluanc, a new national park in the Yukon, with naturalists John and Janet Foster. CRIME DHAMA: Mannix, 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Two crop dust ers have vanished on the Job anl Mannix is out to find them and save an orange grove. MOVIE COMEDY: "Life Will 12 midnight, Ch. 7. An adaptation of the Broadway hit show about a New York family in the 1880s. INTERVIEW: Mcrv Griffin, a.m., Ch. 13. Joan Blondell, Ann Miller anl Roy Eogers and Dale Evans are the guests. .MONDAY MOVIE SCIENCE FICTION: "Night 1 Ch. 13. A thriller about the bizarre experiences of a vacation- ing couple in a small town. TREAD SOFTLY Robert Cote, head of the Montreal Police Technical iquad, explain] to Montreal reporter! how to handle a letter the receiver believes may contain a bomb. Record gem price GENEVA (AP) A spectac- ular blue-white diamond sold or here. The pearl- shaped 55.91-carat diamond mce belonged to the first Lord ;iive of India and was sold for descendants by Christies of Condon. It was bought by a dealer for an unidenti- ied client. Christies said it was he highest price ever paid for a diamond in Europe. BOHUMIR VLADIMIR FIALA ART SHOW SALE Dec. 2nd, 3rd 3 p.m.-10 p.m. Refreshments 610 TO SI. Phone 328-6873 MORE COLLEGE ELECTRICIANS SPECIAL ELECTRICAL CODE CLASSES The course will cover all sections of the Canadian Elec- trical Code 11th Edition, with emp'hasis on changes from the 1 Oth Edition and problems of interpretation en- countered on inspections. DATE: 10 Mondays starting December llth TIME: to p.m. FEE: INSTRUCTOR: Mr. W. A. Hohion, Cliipf Provincial [I'clrir.cil, lelhbridg- Dr.l. For further information contact: School of Continuing Education Lethbridge Community College Telephone 327-2141 Radio and TV Listings CHEC ie Morlcy McGIII ond Allan Bell Contcmportv News; Doug Contemporary Sports; Leo Dow Farm News; Music We Remembtr Sunday Mornings. SATURDAY Dave King JacK Neulela Paul Tessier Paul Tessier MONDAY Leo Dow John Oliver Farm Callla Prlcrt Grain Prlcct Call of Llnd SUNDAY Farm NEWS Leo Dow (Music Bob Hesketh We Remember) Chec-llne Indian News Media Chec Tradlno Post Dave Kino CJOC News with Bill Skellon, Rad Whltt, BUI Maineson; Sport nnd Don MacLean; Farm Hanoi Doug Card. SATURDAY NIGHT News Jim Elliot snnr-u Christian Science CBC News Memories News, Wthr, Sport George Brown Phoni Bill Show News Joan Waterfleld s-.a News Inside from Ihe Oulside Continental Holiday Doug Anderson Barry Hegland SUNDAY Sports, Wthr. Jim Elliott Sunday Magazlni Probe 1220 News John Charles The Entertainer! Atlantic symphony Hour ol Decision Blackfoot Indian Sunshine Evangel News, Wthr, Sport News ind Grain Prices Jack Thvi John Walker 1230 World at Six CHEC FM News, Wthr, Sports Hourly MONDAY thru SAT. Don Hedman Don Hedman Don Macmasler SUNDAY Bob (Con- CBR Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY NIGHT The Scene Identities Symphony Hall CBC Slags Distinguished Artists Anthology The Bush and 1he Salon Major Progression SUNDAY Sunday Morning Children's Stories Music West Sunday Magazine Time Signal capital Report Inside from the Oulslde Ivan Romanoff The Beatles Cross Country Check Up Celebrations NHL Music Scene Sound ot Sport Sunday Theatre Gilmour's Albums Showcase '72 College Warner's fJbt Works MONDAY Eye Opener World at 6 Calgary Eyt Opener This Country Time Signal Radio Noon Sicckmarket Schools Max Ferguson Bob Kerr Home Run BBC Newi New Sunday News, Wthr., Sporrs World at Six See it it's New at ANGLO NEW CF 400A SONY MULTI FEATURE RADIO-CASSETTE- RECORDER COMBINATION Automatic ihut-off itopi at end of cassette; buit- in electrel condenttr "-1 microphone; 3 digit tape counter; automa- lie recording level con- trol, AFC switch; 1.5 {wait output. AC cord, carrying case. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steno and flkolopiaphic Centet 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Coblevision Ch. 6) SATURDAY NIGHT NHL Hockey 8.30 Country Movie: Anderson Tapes News CJOC News Tommy Bankl Movie: Great Ract SUNDAY Crossroads Gospel Hour Capialn Scarlet Sunday Hour Fallh for Today Penelope Pltslop Claire Olsen Reach for Top District 7 Garner Ted Armstrong News, Farm ind NFL Hlghllghti City CFL Mr. Dressup Dollars and Schools Country Canada Friendly Glint CO Music to Sea Chez Helen Odd Couple Miday Disneyland Joan Wafer field Beachcombers Marlni Boy Anna and the King Pink PantFwr Julie Andrews Truth or CODM- To a Wild Country quences Weekend Klara's Korntr NE CJOC News Sunday Hour Movie: Life Wllti Falher MONDAY Super Heroes wizard of Oz Hollywood Sqiwrw Ed Allan Take 30 Edge or Nlqht (C) Family Court Drop In LCtS MaKl CM 11 CJOC Newi CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) SATURDAY NIGHT Rural Report University of Air News Rex Humbard Romper Room Oil Report Market Place Canada A.M. Klngo Bingo Window on Britain Yoga (c) World of Charlie Don Messer Community Brown and Charlli Pentecost Presents Calendar Schultr Travel with in 7.30 Police Surgeon Da Sllva Sewing Missing Link World Tomorrow Par Ions Francall Sanford and Son Untamed World Trouble with Tracy Horsl Koehler Movie: Rolling Man Mod Squad Movie: Prudence and 1hO Pill News News Know Your Sporll History' of Movie: Once Upon British Empire a Time In ttn Wesr Let Them Livi SUNDAY Mannix 6 AQ Thought for Day WS 6-.4S4-H Clubllme News (c) House of News (c) Frightensleln Oil rteporf Uncle Bobby Queslion Period Day of Discovery Morv Griflin Oral Roberts MONDAY NFB Thought for Da> Life style Pierre Berton The New Beat The Clock (c) Buckshot Fiintstonti Movie: Night S la vet Somerset Another World Whals ttw Good Word Anything You Cm Do (c) Slar Trek (c) Sandy Duncan KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) SATURDAY Hee Hnw Emergency AAovle; Trie Green Berels News Mystery Movie SUNDAY Archies Harlem Globe- trollurs Rox Humbard (c) Kainryn Kuhlman Face Ihe Nalion Day of Discovery Moo I Ihe Press MSU Open NFL Squares (c) Jeopardy (c) who. Whit, Whin Game News (C) Concentration As the WorM TUFftt 10-CO Mary Tyler Moore News (c) Bold Ones The Doctor! (e) News (c) Another World Travelure (c) Secret Slor MONDAY Our World Here's Lucy Doris Day Bridqet Loves Bern'ie Sandy Duncan World of Disney Myslcry Movie MASH Mike Douglas Family Affair Jokers Wild :30 Mows (c) rulluri Today Show a-00 Today in Montana News Price Is Right (c) News (c) Sale ol Cenlury Gunsmoki KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Ciblevislon Ch. 11) SATURDAY NIGHT Thn Rookies .S.JO Parlritlgfl family NCAA Snnny flnrj Cher Room 77? Oilrl CnuplK flews Hows Roller Gamei SUNDAY Farm News Closcup This Is Llfa Revival Flrci Gospel Hour Mftko A Wish Curiosity Shnp Bullwlnklo and Answeri Audrey (c> 1? oo NFl Galloping Gourmet Nolro Whora tha Heart li FrxillMll News (r) A'00 Insinhl 10 DO Tomorrow .1-30 Mnn Allvp All My Children .s-po Wlirl Kingdom Mako a Deal (c) This Is Your Life Nowlywed Garni A.00 Lawrcnca Walk News 7 00 FBI Gcncrfll Hospital Movie: Fallen One Llfn to Llvt News Days ol Our Live! ir-15 News Dlnnh'i PlacB Dillio Jamci Hargli Thrctt on a MllcH MONDAY Dallng Gamt Farm Newi Split Second News Bewitched Capliln Kflngnroo Password (c) LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION FIRST CONCERT OF THE SEASON MONDAY, DEC. 4th P.M. Undor tho reclion of IUCIEN NEEDHAM find WALTER GOERZEN 4 CONCERTS AIL AT THE YATES CENTRE Support your Local Symphony Association SEASON TICKETS Adults SI 0.00 Students S5.00 Tickets On Solo At LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG. Name...... Address Phone No. of Tickets Mail to box 1101 Lolhbridge ;