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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IFTHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, December I, 1972 Campaign to Sesame to television By OREO McISTVRE Herald Stiff cent of the city's t; ers, said Helen in Lethbridpe. to ir.itiate a mass Taber school board is solidly behind tbe efforts Art Centre, suggested tbe committee request a or-. CJOC were denounced strongly by Monaghan said she found board members v.ith A committee to save Sesarr.i; Street has collected more than 15.KO signatures in tbe Lethbridge area to pressure CJOC-TY to return the chUdrsr.'s v.'ho chaired the rr.eei-ing. The Lethbridge station dropped Sesame Street thi; fall claiming economic harcYr.ip ar.d to co-ordinate its efforts v.ith a Calgary Sesame Street committee seeking to get the program back on CFAC television in that city. Letters protesting' th? Sesame Street returned to television programming in Lethbridge It was accompanied by a news release which said: "the board voted unanimously by the CRTC into CJOC's broadcasting licence on the grounds that the station is ignoring the public interest. She read from a September anrour.csment from the who reported on an ei Shi-mem her "watchdog" committee that studied the station's broadcasting until 8 p.m. each day for one week. "If. parents would sit the public and separata school divisions willing to get behind the move to get Sesame Street She said, however, that John Anderson (SC Lethbridge vision program! to tr.e '.viEri the v.ill go to the two their support Sesame Street watch television on and Dick Gruenwald The cetition 1 1 n o: education and the noted that their "stations are expected their children lor just Lethbridge West) didn't sipatuies Oi persoij Bro'.vn will be of Alberta, local bad benefitted the best programs they'd be what Sesame Street was. names will be presented to CJOC-TY station manager George Bro'-vn nsxt reduce a financial stat to suoport recent public mc-nts that CJOC MP Kea Hurlburt, the president of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation arxJ Street and noted that tescbers had indicated they would use tapes of. get to meet the needs and desires of their audience. The quality of programs should be exclaimed. She said the watchdog committee concluded there said she convinced both MLAs to talk to Mr. Brown about bringing tbe program committee decided carry the prc-grarn. In addition, the A letter from the programs if they were high priority when a station U programming less violence, more real youngsters in programs, but they both came away from meetings with the CJOC The to the board was presented Winchester, one of to involve parents of sympathetic to hi3 Lethbridge represeri about and meeting. It read, in at the meeting at television about losing money. Competition set for clubs The Lethbrsdse ar.d Mr. Barross. the icemre trii't Breedina Show can upgrade the quality of hij wili'be he'd Dec. 5 at the Leth- calves and acquire a sraa 1 bridse Exhibition Pavilion. herd of animal. In conjunction ran tne sec- ond annual Rockv Mountain Sale, the held" Wilfred JU( fro! Milo Ban'uss. regional 4-H spe- cialist with the Alberta depart- ment of culture, youth ar.d rec- reation, said the beef breeding competition is a special project some of the 4-H beef club mem- bers carry during their years of activities. When they start, they acquire a heifer calf and show it the Drst year as a The iollowins year. ber shows the heifer with its calf. Following this process, Clubs from Southern Alberta participating in the beef breeo. competition include H i 1 snrins. Cards'on. Park Lake IN CITY THIS WEEKEND tne mem Nikka Yuko garden group needs trees leading evangelist of the wide Anglican Churc Carm Bryan '.ill be j visiting Lethbridge and givir-l i r-ion this vraefcerd. Canon Green is officially a I minister of the Birmingham I Alabama, cathedral but he i been on the gospel trail. him and the world, since Ke Is reputed as a man vv-> never tries to avoid controver-1 sv. He made history in 1XZ1 when he became the fi.'st E o rn a r. Catholic priest to preach at a Roman Catho f in, Canon Green's activities in Leshbridse include services urday aril Sur-day at 7 p.m. at St. A u 2 u s t i n e' s Anglican Ci.urch: starting at 9 a.m. Satrirriav at the Parish Kali: and communion Sur.da- ct 2 a.m. at St. Mary Unwantrrd trees are beir.g of- fered a home by the Japanese Garden Society, says A. .Shackleford, sccier.- president. Trees judge! suitable atter taspection cculd be moved to the Nikfca Yuko garden this fall or winter. Dr. Tadashi Kufco of Osika, Japan, architect for the garden, visited Lethbridge in the sprir.g and recommended more trees. Both blue ar.d white spruce are needed, 12 to 20 feet high. AJso on the hst are asn. elm. i "it-' mayday, oak ard poplar. A considerable number of lilacs will also be needed to border the long walkway from the street to the garden. Persons to donate trees should contact the city parks department. Game vs. God? feelings mixed Lethbridge have P.-ocesEor; Ltd. is in India to volved in the group organi- the sale of Ters are looking for fr.ore prryjuct5. oers. Mr. Sin-jrons 'Jras selected for of triP after a request to the Lethbridge firm for a resource Beaker Oilseeds 'J c" open ct a -a-person im bsrd Ihcf lest year ttcrts cr 3, end c food auction ct Above, Mcbbsll puli ICC c-rE.5f on o end ct Isft, Chsriie procfessors convention A film oi visual te st meeting ard resource will be in to discus matters p' related tfl the topic (X kiarning t, ada's sor, Mr. will slto %isit Calcutta New Dtlhi to in- itiate trado between Canada and India. ?.T i chad. president of V.Vrs'em Canadian Proves- sairf be expects increas-ed of gs oil prcxiuf.U as a Tea cookies will be served to make the complete. L of L prof, named adviser Submissions to the edi- on of a University i Lethhridge publicstiwi open all writers ar.d artists in Dsvid Clark, director of tbe school of Agriculture for .he college has set up rapeseed is one o( the favorite oils in Mia. It bad its in that cuitiveted as an agricul- on Calgary professor at tbe University of been cnaionan of anted until Feb. 1. now in its third ear of publication, is designed o artistic eznres-ion in a'J forms ar.d creative jpressions in ir.terdiscipliriary Dr. C-yrinin Kesse. an those inleresterf. material can he covered the rnornings or tr.e ersl's Epecial advisory co-m-BMS service to Cardston planned of education, wa.s an-p... i viM D.v bljs to tat v.e bv Grevtoind En-, Lino, corn.-r.ercc-. v.i-.icb to r.-p- ThuraJay. a m e rn b e r, sairl black and Red Cross r-.'jVj. hr: Uji'i t.V: fror.-j Mr. v.'h'jther he set the route has cor.-e from c-jtizen s -Aitn re-r.-sbiiiiation of offerxlers. Meritsl Health A-V-xx: is XjO J LhOfTi Al kjertA jhfltosraohy, sketches f. i- U-hbri'lce suf.por'. for i.s jOi are ail clinics 'o Cir'ltV.n in o: Corn.-r.erce the i': thi5 gif'.s to psychia- 5'r.e encoura'ed .v a" Carnpbtil sen.ed jnly from the ijrJvcrsity to the chamber Southern he the .John Ix-ni? 0 OrfiMll says. a day" the se-.-.ce a rr.ernber of end ex-palienU have Tne Journal will be publis'r.-eH in sprinz tr> thf: conference board of governor-; of the Alberta John any fnftTi'h and arc forgotten bv re! sli he said at tbe uraversi'.y safety' elides. zrA no'.v tv.o or committee on yo'jr generosity in wpplvir.? (or some of QUALITY the University of f'.r v. the summer discuss JvC.MT which was established four years ago, consists of If A Li Tif 0 1 1 '.'i C ii j I Of Christmas has CLINIC J- rt drawn from the for them." Red beer. ar.d ;fe i'jriidary, which cari be and faculty in be sent Danlal ii.u.e j. AJ-J at I.T.ivervity r.f chairman, the three provincial 15, Mr. O'Con- fHOHl 322-7624 4.KO commemorate 1 .0. Eoz RETAIL STORE MANAGER agricultural business Chansei ajrirrultir- es to r Mounted Tr.e j sfep v-'iil be ar-r tr.e au'i.or.tirs or; of' thft Canadian West Trill de'iver ar.d bead discussion panels, to'jr.s to early '.'orlri West minimum 5 yean experience In rslcil onrf c'mldrer.'i wear, ifiorling gocdi, end en'i, topi-j of in w-iil b> hrce fiArriinars in sfirrjnars at p rn. Monday, Jurri Irlurphy asrist Mr. In tr.e to 15, sporjjijrM by tr.e U of I, aA the Historical Society of will says the notice, by the Travel and Convention 0( Colurnbm Hall In Fort v.-.ll of Southern Alberta to location: IETHBRIDGS Tuesday, FWn Jess v.ill i at the mftt-'Jng in the the centennial of tbe coTiing of law ar.d order groups w-ill be CUT-RATE in from in Clare-.holm. N'O'n in 1S74 with of thr- North person and v.ill Srreef 327-3024 EOX 117, LS7KBRIDGE '-'.ill r.e with Ivrsl f.f.-to explain the be in the .Vantcn Cornmun-] Ity cays the tickets to a reception, banquet end other ;