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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Alberta house coverag test labelled success KIJMOXTON The house leader, says of the ei-legislature was the fu'.t in the Conservative gov- perirnentt Commonwealth t'j 1 eminent of Alberta, elected in a "It has added a new rjirntn- coverage it a mended the landslide 10 rnontte ago, has sion to the Ijy legislative A.sstmbly Act, e.'fet- 'oncltidcd its first full session the public, of what's going on in live last March 15. live television and radio'. their legislature. It swms to ma KUI, v.hat iv.tr r overage in an attempt to bring that, so far, the experiment has jyjugheed described as a "hiv legislature closer to the proved very satisfactory." tone first'1 hes fallen short of [x.-ople. The experiment v.alch'.d ...i....... Hyndrnan, minister o' closed by other provinces and education end governrnerjt hy Ottawa because the Alberta Tun-Joy, December 19, 1972 THE LETHBrlCCE HERALD 7 Glenn Milkr fan wits out to Irar.e death plane path New? TV reporting hassle in sight PARAMOL.S'T Nothing lo be cut rOKGKT Til 1C CA.MEK.VS Ti-iere was hope that might become more as rn'.mVx-ri triod to '-y.i had forgotten. On the fir.t day last March. WASHINGTON 'APj The .lects comments from federal when three color v.ere ,ixon jdrnini-stration has agencies involved, in the crjambsr. as rr.ir.y as i drifted legislation t-j hold local They said the fact that seven mcrnb-rs to !.o-jr television "stations accountable rxjad was discussin? it mhlicly fee: i'. the at licertce renewal time for the to lisnai it; in- cueiuon balance and taste of al! network troduction in Congress early Eauo- programmes for thf news entertainment pro- r.ext year. Edraontor. cutlets of the C2C grarn- they broadcast, a White Elaborating on the balanced televivior. rf.v.orks f Iforise offic-iai nev.s ciitena. Vi'nitehyad said in of so-'jt in trj-: [1 Clav Whitehead. director of his Lejjslat'i'e is package the !Io-a% offics of '-When there are only a fey frj; a show, commurjicafiori-s rxj'j'jy, dis- svirwi; of nsUo-Tial on closed action as he of television, as we nov; have, edi- ar.d piugola" torial responsibility mast rxr ei- V.'hite House official b tloe work mavu-geiner-t. broadcast field. His, comments, "Station managers jrjd r.c-t- rnadr- in a .speech prepared for work official: who fail to act to n.m ian Ir.dJanarx.Us rnee-ing of the c-orrect imbalance or c'xisistent i orofessicoal Vjumalism society, bias in the v.no .1Vv l .'J" St.-! that the film is a testa- i opporttcities for the presenU- j ADDICrh I don t trunk t'ra of conflict-' HONG KONG 'AP; Narcol- pened at Tne impression J 'Jri Q: to oar jr.E vievi-s on controveraal b- ics CommissioMir Nor man. get from members orj bv.n Roiph told a Rotarj- meeiui? siaes is toe cameras are said the draft bill that crime statistics indicated. pretty -.veil ignored EOT is before the office of man-; one ii ever.- 70 Hong Eo-g resi- house goes asout its ageme.ot and budget v.hich col-' deals v.-as drug addici. which is tne proper '.'-ay.______ and the Beernuts" at the Kiicheran Turntable topics 73? ST. tl. Members ar.d their guests oniy! A W 15 SERVING CHRISTMAS DINNER EVERYDAY UNTIL CHRISTMAS DINNER 3 frcrth fries, Ccfe Olnr.er ro I Reg. 1.35 VALUE SPECIAL PRICE 'Straight Shooter' Lnz cf lost loves and past, tr_ls alh'-LT. bv the k-r tinifes, songs are very James listenable ar.d quite catchy, re- ed hv r.ev. memrx-rs Dvmenic suiting in a pleasant l-.P. Troia'no on guitar arj s'nser BULLDOG, Decca. DL 7-5370. Kov Ker-ier" hoth Canadiar.s. A five man band which Jr> oi'fers straight eludes two members of the Ras- 'i- influor.cc-'l hy Tro- cals. Bulldog's music varies r-- iar.o's ?iiita'r v.ork 'sounding Et mcrj.lv old style roci: and roll r: tirr.es alrriost icer.t.r.al along nith some old rock --'i.'i L.P Hid tv.o oaJlaris. Although their slower some slower r.o'ahly the c-jts aren't too good, the rock 'Rvr: P.ur. P-vn'. It's not 2 and roil songs are very veil had rt-.o.-c. you'don? ff you are a fan of the t'.o mvosio the fifties, yw BUTTERFI-y" DAYS, Nfc- I.JON'.S .SJIAIt.'l. S A v'o V BRIDE, Capitol ST KKOM'N, Fsrrot .VF'.vS 710'T. The solo alb'jrn of Bob Mc- >e? ,.-a Bride, the lead vocalist o! Ligh'.- cor.tairis rr.o'-tly s 1 o-.-.-, GOV.TI pop h-C'i- ed v.v.h acotjstic guitar, piano or string arrangements. Eride's voice is b'jt he falls fiat h'.vjrcth Driv-: .MIN'EF'.AI, SKAKCIf LIMA 'AP- Pe.-j to explore 70 are believed We are now accepting Reservations for NEW YEAR'S EVE HY'S STEAK-OUT Phone 327-7123 or 328-6233 STARTS TOMORROW Firsl show at 7 p.m. t __ADUIT_ A Eand of broken promises. And for Oanny, a broken dream. SECOND FEATURE "IT OiJlY HAPPcKS TO OTH5P.S" Co'or wi.h CATHcr.IKE OcMUVE Tonight thru Thurs. FiRST 7 P.M. To THE LIFE OF CHRIST (In 11 Longplay Stereo Cost ever SI ,000.000 to prti.-.e. 157 cfisre-t c'r r :ter. is-i tive of Chris! wilh your O Etlhcny Stereo Aihum NOW -60 MOSHING PREFERABIY Reg Prics S159.95 PKOUE 328-2544 ADUL7 NOT CH' "5 Presents CftRDiTON rViayfoir Theatre Ir, r.V'.r. S'arrir.g V.'iiiA ar.d .J'.hn Ve.-r.on. T'i'.- ar.d l ;'j 20. at prn Aduit. FORT MACLEOD Emnress Theatre Ir: Mi'.'r.in sr.d PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre f.'AItV 1'j '.'I'-. In S'srrir.a Js.'r.ei s-.d snd Tr-'iay at A'lu.t TA3SR .S.'-iHOI'I'Kfl'' In S'errfna .firn fe'.ion si-.d trd V.'ed- rn. A-liilt. in their A S'J.NG OK TWO, C'ASIIMAN f> AM) ViKSI, AKC IJur.liili USX- f- a--.-: vf of Terry V.'e-.t 5J guitar '.N Sir ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL A Christmas Pantomime "THE OLD WOMAN IN THE SHOE" FEATHEPSTCHE JOHMSCN KISK MURIEL JOUIFfE YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Dec. 26, 27, 28, 29 ot p.m. Matinee Dec. 26th 2.30 p.m. Ticket, cl LEISTER'S Adults S2.00 All Students Sl.CO E-- ymK-i r 't ;