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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, October 30, 1971 CBC can stand taller OTTAWA (CP) The CfiC which usually gets ready to wince whenever its Thank You! The Southminster Junior Girls' Choir, their director, Mrs. Anne Campbell, conven- ors and parents, would like to thank The telhbridge Herald, CHEC and CJOC Radio Stations, CFCN and CJOC TV, and all those who support-d and helped to make our operetta, "Puddin' Head The a real success. A special thanks to the Anna Campbell Singers and the Teen Clefs for being our guests. ROSE MELNYK BANK OF MONT. name is mentioned in the Commons, can stand a little taller today. Hubert Muir (PC-Cape Brcton-Thc S y d n e y a harsh critic of the publicly- owned corporation in the past, Friday tossed it bou- quet instead of the usual brickbat. He asked tliat the govern- ment convey ta 'JBC presi- dent George Davidson a commendation for the pro- gram called The Tenth Dec- ade, a series on the Pear- son-Diefenbakcr years of federal politics. The first program was shown Wednesday night. Mr. Muir said he was sure many other Canadians would agree that the pro- gram was a fine portrayal of an important political pe- riod. TV HIGHLIGHTS GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB HALLOWE'EN DANCE Saturday, Oct. 30 p.m. Music by the "MOONGLOWS" MEMBERS AND GUESTS Escape to the Sim with HORST STEINHILBER in person in his latest exciting adventure film. DISCOVERING THE MEDITERRANEAN SPAIN ITALY RIVIERA also the enchanting islands of MAUORCA PONZA and CAPRI 90 MINUTES OF FUN IN THE SUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY TO ENJOY, at the YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Sunday, Nov. 7th at p.m. Tickets at Leisters or at the door Students LETHBRIDGE SOCIETY MEALS ON WHEELS A community project to supply a wholesome meal, daily, in their own home to those who because of illness or handicap, or age, are unable to prepare adequate meals for themselves. For further Information Phone 327-7990 SATL'HUAY VARIETY: Kollin' On The Itivor, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. Sing- ers Koger Miller, Tobi Lark and David Wiffen are special guests. SPOUT: Pro Football. p.m., Ch. 7. The Calgary Stampcders meet the B.C. Lions in Vancouver. MOVIE DRAMA: "Vanished." 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Part H of this story o[ political intrigue in Washington surrounding the disappearance of a top Presidential adviser. MOVIE MYSTEItY: Mystery Movie, p.m., Ch. Eddie Albert returns to TV in his first appearance since "Green Acres." He's a war hero who commits murder and is stalked by Peter Falk as Columbo. MOVIE DKAMA: "Ill-turn From The p.m., Ch. 7. A cat-and-mouse tale of murder, greed and illici love in post-war Paris. MOVIE MAMA: 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Paul Newman gives a tough, uncompromising portrayal of a contemporary heel. SUNDA'i.. SPORT: Pro Football, 11 a.m., Ch. 7. The Minan.ota Vikings meet the New York Giants in New York. SPORT: Pro Football, 11 a.m., Ch. 11. The Denver Broncos take on the Eagles in Philadelphia. SPOUT: Pro Football, 2 p.m., Ch. 13. The Saskatchewan Roughriders meet the Eskimos in Edmonton. WILDLIFE: Untamed World, 5 p.m., Ch. 13. Part II of a study of bird life in the Florida Everglades. FAMILY: World ot Disney, p.m., Ch. 7. "The Strange Monster of Strawberry is the first of a two- part adventure about smugglers, young detectives and a sea monster. MOVIE MYSTERY: "Sweet, Sweet p.m., Ch. 13. A 1971 whodunit about the search for a psychic who uses his telepathic powers to commit murder. COMEDY: Dick Van Dyke Show, p.m., Ch. 7. Steve Lawrence plays Dick's sidekick on has talk show and Dick fears he's so good he might take over. FAMILY: Story Theatre, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. A Brothers Grimm tale of revenge featuring Paul Sand who blends slapstick, tap dancing and drama for his role as a soldier. COMEDY-DRAMA: Jimmy Stewart Show, p.m., Ch. 7. Jimmy and John McGiver go on a monumental spree in San Francisco including a soused evening in a nudie pint. CRIME DRAMA: Mod Squad, p.m., Ch. 13. This drama blends a romantic element with Captain Greer's re- over having killed a robber. VARIETY COMEDY: Flip Wilson Show, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Sexpot Geraldine Jones quizzes sexpert David Reuben. The Jackson 5 and Lily Tomlin are among the guests. DRAMA SPECIAL: "Roilco 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Donnelly Rhodes, who once made his living as a cowhand, stars as a Metis Indian on the rodeo circuit. New NATO base at Suffield? MEDICINE HAT (CP) British Army use of the i e I d Experimental Station may be the first step in the creation of full-scale NATO iase, says Calgary geographer jarry Cordcs. He was one of seven speak- at a forum on use of the Suffield area organized by an The Lethbridge Community College offers the following: Graduate Nurses Refresher Program A course provided to assist former registered nurses to regain confidence and skill In nursing practice. Monday, January 24 to Friday, January 28, 1972 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. daily FEE: (Includes texts) If interested, please write for more information. Farm Accounting and Finance 16 Tuesday, beginning November 16, 1971. to p.m. FEE: Coordinator, MR. ALAN HUNT Soils and Fertility 16 Wednesdays, beginning November 17, 1971. to p.m. FEE: Coordinator, MR. STEVE DUBETZ Sheep Production and Management 16 Thursdays, beginning November 18, 1971. to p.m. FEE: Coordinator, DR. DAVID CLARK Financial Side of Living Program A special six lecture program for ladies in co-operation, with Home Extension Service, Dept. of Agric. Managing Your Family's Business Affairs November 6, 1 to 3 p.m. Using Credit with understanding November 16, 7 to 9 p.m. this where you can save? November 23, 1 to 3 p.m. Laws Affecting Families November 23, 7 to 9 p.m. Teaching Children Money Management November 30, 1 to 3 p.m. Getting Satisfaction when you buy China, Cutlery, Glassware and Cookware November 30, 7 to 9 p.m. Classes begin Tuesday, November 16, 1 to 3 p.m. FEE: No Charge but please register your intention to attend Defensive Driving Program Improve your driving skills by being exposed to the techniques of def'jnsive driving. Section C 4 Thursdays beginning November 9, 1971. 7 to 9 p.m. FEE: Limited enrolment for each section 25 persons Typing Theory and Practice A course to provide the opportunity to learn the skills of typing or to build speed and proficiency. 5 Tuesday and Thursday beginning November 9, 1971. 7 to 9 p.m. FEE: ____WRITE OR PHONE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGISTRATION FORM Please complete thli form and return It to: SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Ltthbrldge, Alberta Phone 327-2141 NAME ADDRESS TELEPHONE NO.............COURSE NAME DATE COURSE BEGINS...... FEE' environmental action group al Medicine Hat College. Noting that officers of the West German Army had re- cently visited the Suffield lion, Dr. Cordes said planned B r i t i s h use of the area may only be the "thin edge of a wedge" leading to NATO in- volvement. CANADIAN IN CHARGE Col. M. L. A. Weisman, com- manding officer for Canadian Forces Base Suffield, said the British will at first rotate groups of 500 men, 15 tanks, 30 or 40 armored personnel car- riers, and six artillery pieces on three-week training exer- cises. "I am responsible for all ac- tivities of troops at Suffield and the British realize there will be Canadian regulations they'll have to follow." Dr. D. Madill, a Suffield re- search scientist, said it has never been denied that the tanks will damage the soil. But, he said, the tanks will have rubber pads on their treads to minimize damage. He maintained that grass in the area will grow back if dam- Oivner died, dog stayed at hospital AMAR1LLO, Tex. (AP) The nurses at Northwest Texas Hospital are going to miss Old Hypo. "He walks with me up to my door and stands there until I'm inside and have the light on, one nurse says of Hypo, the lonely honey-colored collie which the dogcatcher and po- lice finally collared on the hos- pital Hypo had been a celebrated character around the hospital for more than two years. When nurses quit work at night he escorted them to their cars, and wa.s an unofficial guard in front of their dormitory. As the story no one can confirm owner died in the hospital. Hypo stayed on. PLANES CRASH-PHONE LAI1R, West Germany (CP) Canada has lost 51 Starfigh- tcr jots through crashes in the last 10 years in Europe, with the loss of 15 flyers' lives. Fig- ures compiled Friday showed the West German air force and navy Imvn lost 127 of the U.S. ilnnes through crashes that claimed the lives of 67 pilots. PUB AFFAIRS: W5, 9 p.m., Hi. IS. The Lavish Iranian celebrations and an interview with Geza Matrai, who re- cently attacked Premier Kosygir. in Ottawa, are scheduled 'lighlights. PUB AFFAIRS: Weekend, 111 p.m., Ch. 7. The program deals with the highlights of Premier Kosygin's eight-day, five-city visit to Canada. CRIME DRAMA: Mannix, 10 p.m., Cli. 13. "The Glass Trap" stars Robert Foxworth as a troubled New York police- man whose mysterious behavior is linked with Ms assign- ment to extradite a suspected cop killer. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight. Ch. 13. The bus- ing controversy in Pontiac, Mich., is debated by women with opposing views. Other guests are Eddie Albert and Louis Nye. MONDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "Rogue 1 p.m., Ch. 7. The clue to the solution of a bank robbery is found in an old miner's will. MOVIE WESTERN: "Flaming 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Led by a renegade white man, Indians terrorize settlers in the Arizona Territory. MINUS ONE CLUB HALLOWEEN FROLIC OF THE SPOOKS Sat., Oct. 30th-9 p.m.-l a.m. POLISH HALL-13th Street North Music by the BRIDGE BRASS Door Prize for Best Costume (Dress Optional) MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME For fier safety and comfbrj, HARDLITE lenses Only half the weigh! on her pretty little nose. Shatterproof lor maximum protection. i warranty against eye injury. Protective lenses are Law in some countries advisable everywhere! Available in all prescriptions. Specializing in the fitting of Eye Doctor's prescriptions Prescription Sunglasses Children's Fromei Magnifiers Repairs Reasonable Prices OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. ST S IETHBHIDGE Phone 327-3609 Lions Club of lethbridge 17th Town Country 1000 CASH PLAY AT HOME NEWSPAPER BLACKOUT BINGO PLUS 4 PRIZES CASH EACH Here's How You Can Win! THE PRIZE The first card with all numbers covered (blackout) will receive the grand prize of Jl.OOO. In the case of more than one blackout the winners may "play- off" or split the priie. Bonus prize winners will have their cards refunded to them to continue playing for the blackout bingo. "X" WINNER Mrs. Darryl Collins, Burdett, Alberta "L" WINNER Mrs. Doreen Wolsey, Box 1431, Taber "H" WINNERS Mrs. Flora Paulence, 9-17 12 st. A S., Lelhbridge Mrs. Sharon DeJong, 2404 14 Ave. S., Lethbridge "SQUARE" WINNER Myrlle Ferguson, P.O. Box 1054, Taber, Alberta. CARDS ONLY Here Are The Numbers To Date: B-1S, B-2, G-58, N-44, N-37, 6-52, 0-70, G-S5, 1-21, 1-29, 1-28, B-14, B-12, B-8, 0-72. G-59, N-34, 1-30, O-73, 1-19, G-47, G-53, G-54, N-4I, N-43, O-68, O-69, G-S6, G-60, N-39. 1-23, N-40, N-31, G-48, B-l, 0-71, 1-20, N-38. G-57, O-67, B-9, B-6, 1-17, 1-16. 1-25, N-33, B-l 3, B-7, 1-27, O-64, 0-65, B-J1, 1-24 THIS WEEK'S NUMBER: 1-18 Additional numbers, plus all numbers alrealy called will ho published tvery Saturday In the Lelhbridgg Herald. WHEN YOU HAVE A WINNING CARD Phone 327-7464 Days or 327-0331 after 6 p.m. Immediately. PROCEEDS TOWARDS LIONS CENTENNIAL PARK, AND OTHER COMMUNITY PROJECTS HOLLYWOOD (Reuter) Australian actor Rod Taylor has sccomc the second major film star to fail this year in a televi- sion series. CBS announced Thursday it is cancelling Taylor's series Bear- t-ats about two adventurers in he western desert at Uie turn of ho century. The series, in which Taylor co-starred with television aetor )ennis Cole, is to be stopped after 13 episodes. Television shows end Earlier this week ABC an- nounced that a TV series star- ring Shirley MacLaine called Shirley's World will be ended after 17 shows. Miss MacLaine earned an episode for the series. HARVEST PREDICTION The Soviet Union expect! to harvest 6.2 million Ions of raw cotton in 1971 in six Central Asian republics, the official news agency Tass reports. T LI Trimbles Kafa i TV Programs are listed by the radio and television stations. gram thedulei is due to last-minute is and ts not the responsibility of the Herald or Trimbles Tire Supply. CHEC News on the Hour Wthr. on the Half Hour Leo Dow SATURDAY Richard Gordon B'OO Barry Hegland SUNDAY Leo Dow Powerline Silhouette J-JLJ JIM- Mr. of Information Ctieclina John Charles Richard Gordon Hour of information Shane.Blckman Sign Off MONDAY Jim Shearer Richard Gordon News, Sports News, Sports News, Sporti CJOC SATURDAY NJCHT Sporti News Indian Magazine Action Set Hit Music Daryl Ferguson Doug Anderson SUNDAY News Rot) Ingram Brotl to You MONDAY Jim Eiliot CBC News News, Wthr, Sport Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry Probe 1220 12-30 News, Wthr, Sport News and Grain Prices Jack Thys if Sunday Magazine News Rob Ingram The Entertainers News Pele Snow News Sunday and Friends Fun and Games ..-_ Capifal Report Sound Like Europe Concern 7-30 Chamber Music Sounding Brass B-OO News Winnipeg Orchestra Matinee Christian Science Hour of Decision Rob Ingram Voice of Prophecy Sunshine Evangel Probe 1220 CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour SATURDAY NIGHT SUNDAY Mike Mum 5-Su1 Don Hedman Don Hedman a.m. Don McMaster BOD Cencie Bob Cencia CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY NIGHT Sunday Supplement Celebrationi 5-03 Playdate Capital Report News Jazz for the Record Inside from the World Views 7'03 Symphony Hall Outside Don Sims Show CBC Stage Sunday and Friends MONDAY Cross Country Eye Opener Check-Up World at 8 NHL Toronto World at t Music Scene This Country Sound of Sports Radio Noon Sunday Theatre Schools News Max Ferguson Gilmour's Album Home Run Jazz Canadians World at Six Distinguished Artists Canadian Portalts Remember When SUNDAY Morning Concert Sunday Morning Sunday Magazine Trimble's Tire Supply Invites You to Try the WHISPERGRIP 83 LOAD RANGE WHITE 775-14 825-14 825-15 4 4 28.40 28.40 29.50 314 llth Street South WHISPER GRIP NYLON One of the most popular tread de- signs in C a ti a d a. Built to premium ny- lon standards for maximum traetiorv, mileage and riding comfort. Now is the time to purchase your lires. We are sure the Whisper Grip 83 will fill all your require- ments. Phone 327-2007, 327-2396 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) SATURDAY NIGHT NFL Minnesota TBA NHL Detroit at at New York I Spy Montreal fc) Sports MONDAY Country Time News Romper Room Replay (c) Reach for ihe Top Mr. Dress Up CFL Calgary at Movie: Alberta School? Vancouver [c) News Provincial Affairs Teleprobe 7 Movie: Return from the Ashes SUNDAY Crossroads Captain Scarlet Fireball XL-5 TBA Faith for Today NFL Action Kid from Texas Friendly Giant This is the Life Chez Helene Country Canada Sesame Street Music to Sec (c) Miday Our Town World of Disney Movi Dick Van Dyke The Rovers (c) Jimmy Stewart Flip Wilson (c) Sunday at Nine Weekend (c) News Nation's Business rfcoue River TBA Fake Thirty Edge of Niqht (c) Psychiatrist (c) Drop In Truth or Consequences (c) CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) SATURDAY NiGHT Wide World of Sports (c) Kingo Bingo Ic) News Oil Report Rollln' on the River Don Messer (c) Newmakers Movie: Vanished (Pt. 2) News Night Cop Sportbeat 71 Movie: Hud SUNDAY Thought tor Day News (c) Clubtime (c) Rurai Report Wild Klnodom Day of Discover Oral Roberts Pentecost Presents University of World Tomorrow Rex Humbard Markot Place Horst Koehler CFL Sask. at Uncle Bobby Edmonton Program Hi Lights Day Fashi Yoga House of Frighten- slein (c) Match Untamed World Paricns Francali Movie: Sweet, Ed Allen (c) Sweet Radiol (c) This Wee Story Theatre Mod Squad (cl Shirley's World W5 (c) Mannix (c) News Nicjhtcap (c) Oil Report Question Period David Frost 'MONDAY Thought for Day News (c) All About Facei Pierre Berton Maplt Bewitched Beat the Clock Viovic: Flaming Feathar Man Trap Another World Anything You Can Do KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch 9) York SATURDAY NIGHT News Hee Haw (c) My Three Sons Funny Face (c) Bold Ones (c) Movie: at Nev TBA Sixty Minutes Chicago Teddy Bears (c) Wnrlrt of Disney Today in Montana Concentration (c) Sale cf Century Squares (c) Joopartly (c) Who, What, Where _____ Jimmy Stewart (c) Game Grand Prix (Pf. 1) Bonanza (c) News (c) News tc) Cade's County Somerset (c) Mystery Movlt Dick Van Dyks An the World Turnj Movie: Battle of News fc) SUNDAY (ho Bulge (Pt. 2) The Df-c'-rs (c) Tom and Jerry TBA Another World Revival Fires (c) The Law and You Edqo of Night Rex Humbard Corner Plye Kathryn Kuhlmfin MONDAY Griffin Show Face the Nation Our Worlrl Hillbillies Groovle Goolles Salute Agrclulturc Family Affair NFL Minnesota Today Show NBC Niqhtiy News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 'Cablevision Ch. 11) SATURDAY NIGHT Bullwlnkle (cl Captain Kangaroo S'fiO Partnnrs (cl Notro (cj Football Jack LaLanna Welle Mnke a Wisn (c) Audrey (c) NFL (c) Galloplnn Gourmet NFL (c) lOiOn Wlioro the Heart Is Wild Kingdom (c) News (c) Lnssie (c) Tomorrow Nanny and tho All My Children Professor (c) Aflako a Deal (c) Partridge Family Nevvlywcd Gamo Mission Impossible News Movie: A Lime Game Allns Smith and Jonos (c) News Arnio (c) Movie: Pink News ic) SUNDAY Farm News This Is the Lift Insight (c) Reluctant Dragon Mr. Tofld Doublcdockers FBI Movie: The Man Who Knew Too Much News (c) News (c) At Now YorJ MONDAY Fwm Newi Secret Storm (c) Ono Life to Live Days of Our Lives General Hospital Three on n Match DnlIng G.imo ind Answer! 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