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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta I-THE LETHBMDQE Novwnbw 21. H73 OVER 160 STORES COAST TO COAST IN CANADA PRICES IN EFFECT UNTIL DEC. 14872 SAVE 12.07 Compact Pushbutton Cassette Recorder NOW 29 Regular 41.95 CTR-24. Record pushbutton with safety automatic level input for off-the-air recording. remote mike on-off case. 12-1484 Easy on the ears and pocket- Very-visible slide-rule dial plus luminous hands and dots on clock face. Built-in ear- phone jack. Walnut-grain case. 10 x ChronofttoffC-2 BEST SOUNDING AM 14-885 Digital Clock- Tape Rise'n shine to or buzzer 24-Hour full- feature digital Automatic recorder level Set it to record while you're during the miss a favorite radio program Here's more convenience per square inch than any- thing we've seen It's a deluxe cassette recorder with Automatic Level Control and it's a full-feature clock-radio. Records off- also from optional mike. 24-hour snooze button. Science Fair 100-in-l Projects 28-220 The Greatest Electronic Lab Kit A whole of projects that'll get you' started in one of the most rewarding of all Build code computer circuits and many projects in You learn by Spring-type soldering or tools required. x 11 x ELECTRONIC PROJECT KIT 28-198 OPTICS Complete Lob Of Over 135 4195 Experiments r eaiVBaar 21 28-196 AERONAUTICS A Complete Lob Of Over 100 Experiments 1 Explains nature of flight and gives and of air currents and how they're manipulated in aerodynamics. Construct a helium real Comprehensive Radio 8 A OWIMON-Of TANDY CO. Of CANADA LIMITED UNC OtVIMON Dt TANDY If ATWifc CO DU CANADA Understand the principles of and build a kaleidoscope even an operating 35mm reflex camera with interchangeable 114 precision components in 112-page illustrated manual. K' I A Complete Over 100 Components Illustrated Manual 40 Electronic Experiments Explore the fascinating world of Build numerous functioning experiments with delve into the exciting field of telecommu- Every component required to perform over 40 challenging experiments. Easy snap-in assembly-NO Build a Morse Code lie rain etc. 28-197 327-5th ST. SOUTH PHONE328 -9466 LETHBRIDGE Wolves RADIO and TV LISTINGS termed bad pets make great com- but poor That's the opinion of vet- eran animal handler and wild- life cameraman Dick Rob- producer-director and star of Brother Of The an outdoor drama about four wolf pups that opens a four- day run at the College Cinema in the city today. Robinson has owned more than 75 wolves in the last 14 years but he tries not to get too attached to them. biggest problem with having a wolf as a he they almost always become one-man pets. Theyre fiercely loyal com- panions. If they think their master is they will usually attack without A case in point happened during the filming of Brother Of The Wind in the Can- adian Rockies when a 17-year- old assistant unwittingly made a motion which a 125- pound wolf interpreted as hostile to Robinson. The wolf attacked the youth without warning and severe- ly mauled his leg. Robinson credits wolves with having as intelligence factor higher than dogs and claims this intelligence has enabled wolves to survive in large numbers despite the en- croachment of man on their territory Freebies are still provided Fla. Gone are the days when trucks loaded with gifts for reporters backed up to new- spaper anyone who thinks nobody gets nuthin' for nuthin' is says a com- mittee of editors. The professional standards committee of The Associated Press Managing Editors Association said in a report released at the group's convention at Walt Disney World that the ty of freebies available to a newspaper still is ex- tensive. Paul managing editor of the Detroit News and chairman of the said News staff members were offered more than 000 in free gifts ands services m the last year. The committee also releas- ed a survey of 106 public relations executives from 35 states and Canada which showed that the 60 per thought newspaper men were more responsible today than five years ago. But a significant minority said they still were receiving requests for favors from reporters. first it might seem the survey shows news- paper types to come off pretty the committee report you consider it bad that in- the last year some newspapers continued to offer combination editorial space in exchange for paid ad- The survey showed that 38 per cent of the public relations men questioned said they had been offered such a com- bination deal on advertising and editorial space. Twenty- six per cent said they had been told that an advertising schedule was a prerequisite to getting their releases in the paper. Another 31 per cent said they gave Christmas gifts to the press during the last three years and 90 per cent of those said they plan to continue the practice. Thirty-five per cent said they pay transportation costs for press junkets. and to say that the old era of gift giving on a grand scale is the committee said. longer do trucks back up at the newspaper door on Christmas Eve loaded with li- fruit and gifts. Those days are gone anybody who thinks nobody gets nuthin' for nuthin' anymore just hasn't looked into the LIKES HER NEW JOB Wis. Ann Sneath. says she has had a lot of jobs in her life but likes her new one best of all. She's Madison's first female garbage collector. She said she decided to take the job because her had been sick and unable to work steadily. Programs are listed by the Radio and Tele- vision Stations. Any variation in program sched- ule is due to 4ast-mlnute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 00 Buryl Clark 6.50 Farm News 7-30 News. Sports 9 00 Criecklme 1000 Walt Edwards 1200 John Oliver 1230 1'00 Grain Prices 1 01 Call of the Land' 3 00 Jack Neufeld 5 00 Sports 7 00 Paul Tessier 1200 Roy Rennick CJOC 5-00 502 600 635 6.00 1230 6-00 605 750 WEDNESDAY WIGHT Probe 1220 Jim Parsons Show World at Six Jim Parsons Show John Charles Kevin McKenna Show THURSDAY CBC News Jack Thys Show Sports 8.35 Phone Bill Show 10-05 Qord Whilehead Show 11-00 Jack Thys 12 00 Hour of Information 1-05 Gord Whitehead 3 05 Jim Parsons Show Probe 1220 5.25 Sports 5.40 Market Report 5.50 Local News 6 00 World at Six CHBC-PM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 a m -12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m Dell-O 6 p m.-10 p.m Don Hedman 10 p m -12 midnight Overtures and Encores SATURDAY 6 a m -12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 pm Don Hedman 6 p m.-l a m Dell-O SUNDAYS 6 a.m -1 p.m. Overtures and Encores 1-2 p Gasthaus 2-6 p m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts Overtures and Encores CBR WEDNESDAY NIGHT 6 00 World at Six 6-30 As It Happens 8-03 Concern iqOO Weather 1010 From the Capitals 10-15 Five Nights a Week 10.30 inside from the Outside 11.03 Written in Rock THURSDAY 5 30 Warmup Eye Opener B.OO World at 8 8-05 900 913 10.59 12-03 2-30 3-30 400 405 600 630 Eye Opener World at Nine This Country Time Signal Radio Canada itockmarket ool Broadcast Off the Record Max Ferguson BBC News Home Run World at bix As It Happens You Get... GUARANTEED CIRCULATION When you advertise in The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK Alberta's Next Chinook Novembor 27th Deadline November TELEPHONE 328-4411 For Further Informationl CJOC-TV Channel 7 Ch. 5.00 5-30 6.00 7-00 8.00 830 1030 WEDNESDAY NIGHT Hollywood Squares CJOC News Love American Style Love Story This Land To See Ourselves Leaving Home Tommy Banks News 11-20 PM. 12-00 Fortuna THURSDAY 6.00 Pirtnochio 6 30 Audobon 7-00 Farm and City Wizard Of Oz 7-30 Mon Giant 8.00 Uncle Bobby 8.30 Ed Allen 9-00 What is Going 9 30 New Horizons 10 00 Alberia Schools 10 30 Mr Dress Up 11 00 Sesame Street 12.00 Batman 1230 Spiderman 1 00 General Hospital 1.30 Let's Make a Deal 2.00 Our Town 2 30 Klara's Korner 3-00 Take 30 3.30 Edge of Night 4 00 Family Court 4 30 A Place of Your Own 5 00 Hollywood Squares CPCN-TV Channel 13 Ch. WEDNESDAY NIGHT 6 30 Energy Debate 7.00 Dr. Doolittle 1000 A Man Called Murray 10-30 Normie Kwong Special 11 00 News 11-20 News 12 DO Merv Unttm THURSDAY 5 55 Thought Day University ol Air 6 30 Yoga 7 00 Canada A M 8 30 Rompers Room 9 00 This Week 9 15 Parlons Francais 9 30 Polka Dot 1000 Lifestyle KKTV Oreat Palls Channel WEDNESDAY NIGHT 500 News 5'30 News Bonanza 7.00 Cannon Kojak 9-00 Mannix 1000 News 10-30 Tonight Show THURSDAY 6 15 Our World 6 45 Salute Agriculture 1030 Play Cards 11 00 Galloping Gourmet 11-30 Beat the Clock 1200 Flmtstones 1230 Woody Woodpecker i.OO Matinee Heroes island 2 30 Somerset 3'00 Another World 3 30 Whats the Good Word 4.00 Anything You Can Do 4 30 Buck Shot 4-55 Mod Squad 5.55 News 6.30 Mystery Movie 3 Ch. 7 00 Thanksgiving Day Parade 1000 NFL 1.30 Movie. Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea 4-00 Joker's Wild 4 30 News 500 News 530 News KPM Qreet Chennel 8 Ch. WEDNESDAY NIGHT 5.30 News 600 News 6 30 Truth or Consequences 7-00 Dr. Doollnle 1000 News 10'30 Movie- The Left Handed Gun THURSDAY 655 News 7.00 Get Me to the Parade on 8-00 47-h Annual Macy't 10.00 Password Split Second 11-00 NCAA 1-30 NFL 4-30 NCAA 7-30 TBA ;