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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, April 11, 1972 THE IETHBRIOGE HERALD 7 1TV WGHLIGHTS; TUESDAY SPOUT: Stanley Cup Playoffs, p.m., Clt. 13. Mon- treal Canadiens travel to New York for the fifth game oE the Stanley Cup quarter-finals with New York Hangers lead- ing the series three games to one. MOVIE DKAMA: "A Tattered p.m., Cll. 7. Lloyd Bridges stars as a tough cop who attempts to conceal Iho accidental killing of his .son-in-law's mistress. SPECIAL: From Yellowstone to Tomorrow, p.m., Cli. 0. A s a 1 u t e to (he U.S. National Park Service with George C.M Scoll narrating. The scenery is breath-taking. REPEAT PROGRAMS: Marcus Sclby, SID, NBC Mys- tery Movie, The Persuaders. INTERVIEW: Bavid Frost, 12 midnight, Clt. 13. Bobby Darin. Mori Sahl, Susan Hampshire and Michael Dunn are special guests. WEDNESDAY CllIJIK DRAMA "lli-ll 1 p.m., Cli. 7. A minor Hem in the ingenious blueprinl-Ior-iohhery cycle. "MOVIE COMEDY: "The Wackiest Ship in the 1 p.m.. Ch. 13. In 1S-I3 a naval lieutenant is assigned a dan- gerous mission with a decrepit sailing vessel and an inept crew. WILDLIFE: One Northern Summer, p.m., Cll. 7. A hunt for the white beluga whale and a report on the changing life-style of the Eskimo. ANGLO'S Radio TV CRTC under pressure to produce FM policy iiy lion DOUGLAS OTTAWA The Caria- :ian Hadio-Tclovision Coimnis- ion is under pressure to pro- ice soon a policy on FM radio jroadcastmg. The CBC and private radio italic-IB say that talks leading o affiliation of private FM stn- ions to the CBC radio network icpeml greatly CRTC policy on FM (frequency modulation) programming. Bui il is understood thai a CHTC policy announcement on ftl will not he coming out for some time. "Don't hold your said one informed source here. The commission has been working on FM policy for some months but CHTC Chairman Pierre Juiicau said in an inter- view last week that he could not set a dale for nn announcement He said thai the CRTC is working on many other projects at the same time. Paul Fodder, chairman of the advisory committee of CBC pri- vate affiliates, told the commis- sion at Ottawa hearings last week that private stations arc "most anxious to hear from Hie commission on the proposed FM regulations." He said the CDC's private af- filiates are reluctant to make a decision about joining the corpo- ration's FM network until il knows the CRTC's thinking on FM broadcasting. VIEWS NOT KNOWN CHC President George David- son said that uncertainty about CHTC views could make il diffi- cult tf reach precise affiliation agreements with private sta- tions. The CBC is trying to negotiate affiliation agreements with IB English-language outlets and four French-language stations o the corporation's new Radio Two. Radio KM network carry documenlaries, music and drama programs. It would be part of the CMC's new radio service which still must he approved by the CRTC. The CBC has one French-lan- guage FM station in Montreal and English outlets in Toronto. Montreal, Ottawa, Winnipeg ami Vancouver. But it has no pri- vate FM affiliates. It is understood that private stations are reluctant to read' final agreement with the CBC because they want to know whal sort of programming they will be obliged to carry. Full park autonomy opposed EDMONTON CCP> nd Jasper residents irobably oppose full autonomy or thi'ir townsilcs, says chair- nan Wally Dowhaniuk of the lanff Advisory Council. I don't think I can see full I autonomy we (the parks anil the towns) are ninrriet! to each He tic was ghul (he pro- vincial government is .he initiative in the Program, foe Sy radio and televUton itaHoiu. Any variation In pMfirqm scheduli ts due to lail- mlnule ctmngei by stations and is not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Dlslribulors Stereo and Photographic Centre. Three-day work week at plant CHEC Roger Channon wilh Contemporary Spoi-ts Morley McGill wilh Contemporary News TUESDAY NIGHT Newfeld checlln King WEDNESDAY Barry Hegland WEDWbiBAT a.m. Jack Buryl Clark John Olive Davs King CJOC TUESDAY NIGHT World a! John Walker Jolm Charles Doug Anclers.cn WEDNESDAY 6; 00 CBC News Jim Elliot Hews, Weather and Sports Bill Show Wayne Barry Probe Noon Farm Ne'-vs, Weather and Sports News and Grain Prices Jecfc Thyi Parly Line John World et Six CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. 10-W Concert! (Bob Ccniie) Dor) AlacMiiifci Don Hedman 1.00 a.m. Sign-Off Radio 1010 Calgnry TUESDAY NIGHT Mem This Country i-nn IWnHH al sic OrOieskal Concerts Nations Business World al Six s N provincial Aflair. Al II Happen! Finale 11-03 Radio Noon WEDNESDAY Sounds of Siring From Ihe Capitals Eye Opener Max ferguson 10-15 Five Nights a Wc-eX World al 8 Prairie Recital Eye Opener DARTMOUTH, N.S. Stiift employees operating process units at the Imperial Oil Ltd. refinery here will be- gin a three day work week in May. The men will work three 2 hour (lay shifts, followed by four days off, then change o tlu-ce 12 hour night shifts, the company said. A similar pattern was adopted a year ago at the "mperial Oil refinery In Win- nipeg. Employees voted in favor of the plan on an It month rial basis. The refinery employees about 3SO. Investment appeal issued DanEE v.oulti A ut if ul blondo E eon j chatting with Prince Charles at a polo nvalch has set tongues u.-iggiiig in London about a t'oyal romance. B government to take tliia position." He was responding to a ques- tion on whether a Progressive Conservative government would take a different stand on taking towns' We hove them Sony 12" and 17" COLOR TELEVISION The world's finest color TV. Featuring the new "Trinitron" single gun picture tube, You have got to see it to believe it! See Ihe complete Sony line nl ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and 419 5th Si. s. tic Centci Pfiona 328-6922 PARIS (CP) Jean Mar-1 chand, federal minister of eco- nomic expansion, called on French businessmen Monday lo invest more of Iheir money in Canada. Tn a speech to members of the France-Canada Chamber of Commerce, Mr. Marchand said Canada seeks new investment from all European countries hut especially T'rance because "oi Ihe cultural tics which link our countries.'1 The minister Is in France to launch a deparlmental mission opened a two-week visit (o France Monday. Members of Mr. Marchand's deparlment will meet wilh Paris business- men and financiers to inform them of federal assistance plans and the benefits of investing in Canada. The group will later visit Lyons in the south of France and Belgium. In his speech, Mr. Marchand described federal aid programs available to industries wishing to set up operations in Canada. quest for autonomy, hut ex- pects residents to oppose Uie recommendation of a report tabled in the Alherta legisla- ture that the towns he removed from the parks. I think it will end up to we stay in the park, but we do need more local power so we can make decisions {in nui problems miles is toy far to for a decision. "People wonder if we could pay for our snow removal, and older residents would wor- ry about tiic federal govern ment trading town lands to re- ceive other territory il full autonomy is granted, he said But a degree of autonomy is necessary if problems are to be solved without delay. The towns now are admini- stered from Ottawa. She was identified o.s Geor- gina Russell, 25, daughter of supporting the Games. Sir John Kussell, Britain's am- i An autopsy on broadcaster Al liulisku lias shown that hi.s death in Toronto caused by a heart attack. Holtska, became one (if Toronto's best known disc jockeys starting In the lato 1950s, Vi'orkin g th st at ion x CilUM and ('KEY and later going to Cl'CF in Montreal. A few years ago he returned :o Toronto and ran a syncli- cated joke service for disc jockeys all over (he world and in addition he did a renular TV spot on the CHC's Elv.wd Mover show and a radio shmv CKFM. royal nmiance bassador to Spain. She works for a fashion magazine. Miss Russell drove lie said "practically hundreds o! re- ports" on lownsitc planning have heen tabled while little has been done to solve housing problems. "Housing has never hccn ore critical than it is this from the polo match at j sor with the 23 year old heir I (o the throne in his sports cjr. People who -saw them at the match say the girl strikingly Senator Argue is con- vinced there will be no federal elction in June. In a pre.ss release, the Sas- katchewan Liberal said Prime Minister Trudcau's recent statement discounting a election can tie taken at fata value. Senator IxMs on a Argue placed his fall election with wage and price controls as the main issue. He said the government still Slain Canadian buried at sea CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevislon Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT Trulh ,r Coru quencos Cct Ji30 Lets MdXe a Telesucpc 6'M Movie: A Tattered Farm arid City Today Romper Room Mary Tyler Moore iV.r. 8-30 Carol Burnett Western Schools Telescope 10: 3D Frin.ndiy Gianr Tuesday fJirj'il Chez Helena Sesame Slrtcf Movie: Hell Bound McHale's Navy 3'Ofl TfikP JO Etige of Night f-amily Court Ono Norlh'jrn Summer tc) Trulh or CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 [Cablevision Ch. WEDNESDAY- TUESDAY NIGHT Lucy Show NHL Montreal At NC'V York 8r30 Edriie'i Fainrr Cartel County Tfic Persuaders News News Direclioris David Frost 11 -30 Pferre Barto Thounhf fc.r Bcvjifched 7 '10 UniversHv of Beat the Clock 8 00 House ol Frighlen- Wackiest stein Ship In The Army fl'OO Prcciram HI Llflhls What's Ihe Good in Scwin') VJtxri P.irioni FMncaU c Anytnlng You Ca. 9'30 Yc-gri (c) Oa In Conversation Family Affair inlilO Afl Ahf-ut Faces Buckshot tc) Ed Allen (rf Lucy Shew KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY MIGHT Tcd.iy In l.'vnl Adam I? Hawaii Fivc- Yellowstone t Tomorrow Wyslery iV.ovi News Toninht Show Our Wcrtd Salute Ne Today tct Th Anolher World Edge of Night 2-001 ovc A run ri can bale of ihe Century (c) Hollywood Squares Family Affair Jccpardy (c) Lucy Show lc> V.'ho. Amateur's Guidl Game lo Love (c) N'pws '.W Three Sons (c' fjpwr, 11-30 World Turns NBC Nlqhtiy Nev, News tc) Cc) Carol Burnett KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT Ncv.s Newlywed Gams 4-00 News (c) Capt. Kangaroo News Mod Squad Dinah's Place (c) Secret srorm 7-30 Movie- Jack LaLanne One Life to. In Broad Daylight Audrey [c] Our Lives 9-GO Marcus Wclby Galloping Gourirer General Hosplnl News (c) where Ihe Heart Is Three on a Mall 10-30 Amir- 10 25 Nev.s 1C) Da'Jng Game 10-30 Search tor Splil Second (c) SicK Sl'C-el Tomorrow Bewitched WEDtlESDrVY llifflAII My Children VOO Password e 2S Farm Make a Deal tc) Mcwj RAMSGATE, England (Reu- ter) John Law, 25-year-old Canadian-born radar technician slain by leftist guerrillas in Tur- key H days ago, lias been bur- ied at sea off the south coast of England. Law, a bachelor, was a mem- cr of the local sailing club. Hear better with the finestJittle hewing aid Zenith has bvermade. If your hearing loss Is mild, the Z-70 may be exactly what you've been looking for. If not, we carry other Zenith models and styles to match almost any loss a hearing aid can help. Prices start at And in the price of every 2enilh Hearing Aid, we in- clude, at no additional cost 3 hearing test, the skill and experience in selecting the aid that will be most benefi- cial to you, as well as the personal after-purchase ad- justments of setting and consultation so necessary to insure your satisfaction. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Paromounl Theatre Bldg Phono 328-4080 was taken lo sea from Rams- gate in a smal boat over the weekend. Law, born in Quebec City, was kidnapped along with two British technicians. All were found dead with their hands bound after Turkish military forces stormed the house where the kidnappers were holding them hostage. His Union Jack-covered coffin. gangland slaying NEW YORK (AP) A Brook- yn restaurant owiier, who po- ice said had underworld ties, was shot and killed early Mon- day. It was the fifth gangland- style slaying in the cily in two weeks. Police said Geuaro Ciprio, 31, had left his restaurant about a.m. and was walking to his car when he was shot sev- eral times. Detectives found in his wallet and a .38-cal- ibre pistol which had not been fired. Monday's death followed the Friday slaying of Brooklyn mobster Joey Gallo. shot three times while celebrating his 43rd birthday in a restaurant in Man hattan's Little Italy. Ciprio was reputed to have had close ties with the Colomhi underworld faction, rivals to (hi Gallo mob. Pregnant mother ordered to move BELFAST fRenter) A young pregnant mother, beate-n and splashed with red paint and feathers by Irish Republican Army militants, was ordered Monday to move within 48 hours or "you and your children will he hot." Philomena McGuckin said Ihe warning came from Ihe IRA, who heat her Sunday night, leaving her with a broken shoul- der, a fractured arm and severe bruises. "I have no Mrs. j McGuckin told reporters. "They I will shoot me if I do not movo and they will shoot my three children, loo." Mrs. McGuckin. accuser! b Iho underground IHA of takin drugs and giving drugs to chi dren, is five months pregnant. The 24 year-old, who has on one kidney, said she has bee taking drugs under medical pr scription to help steady he nerves because her husband in prison and she Is depende on welfare. She denied giving drugs lo h< three children or any oth youngsters and said the If gave her no warning befo Sunday night's attack. The IRA defended the aita on the young mother a: claimed she had been warn about drug offences. Yclress Belly Jlylhc dies LOS ANGELES (API Belly lythe, 78, aveleran of 116 levies including the silent clas- c The Queen of. Sheha, has ed after a long illness. Miss Blythe, who earned SI lillion a'year in the 1020s at 10 peak of her career, created stir when she appeared as heha w caving nothing hut of pearls. Rorn Elizabeth Slaughter in .os Angeles, she died at the resembles' the blonde who ear- has a number of programs il lier boarded a train with him wishes to announce and duvcl- in Aberdeen, Scotland. The op, including foreign ou-nor prince had been visiting the j ship, Ihe Competition Act mid Royal Family's Scottish holi- further employment prospect. "And for what it may ivorth I think there is a possibility that wage ami prko control will he by tiia day rclreat at Balmoral. Opposition R o b r. r t Slatifichl said in Kingston, Onl. i he agrees wilh Prime Minister Trudcau's refusal to provide ditecl g ranis for Ihe 1376 Olympic Games in Montreal. Mr. Slanfield told a news conference: "Mr. Trudeau has said there will he no funds available for the Olympics al- govcrnment as the election issue for the be funds I think the people of the country would though there might some programs Smoke warnings on their way ST. CATHARINES, Out. (CP) Canadians can expect health-hazard warnings on ciga- rette packages by the end of the summer, federal Health Minis- ter John Mtinro said here. Speaking at Brock University Mr. Munro said cigarette manu- facturers have volunteered !o place warnings on their prod ucts. The companies established self-imposed deadline when al cigarette packages would carry health caution, he said. believe it's three or four months he said. NFU still fears Farmer threat EDMONTON (CP) A Na- jonal Farmers' Union spokes- man said today a statement by lugh Horner, Alberta agricul- ure minister, that corporations will be discouraged from ac- ,ual farm production failed lo alleviate fears often expressed by the NFU. Bill Dascavisli. a spokesman for Region Seven, said in a prepared statement these fears include ttie threat of vertical integration, the corporate lake- over of family farms, HID de- mise of rural commvmitios and the ultimate rationalization