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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, January 9, 1975 Improved FM radio quality aim of new CRTC policy HOT CROSS BUNS BOXED CHOCOLATES MOIRSKITTEN 28 oz. assorted HOT BEEF SANDWICH I88 Q With Jello or Rice Pudding, Tea or Coffee............... mm mm PEANUTSFANCYSALTED 1302. can BLACK WHITE TV SANYO SOLID STATE 12" screen EL RAN RECLINER VIBRATOR Plush easy chair m MM BO in black 1 VHOO or brown OTTAWA (C1J) A new policy aimed at improving the quality of FM radio broad- casting is to be announced by the Canadian Radio- Television Commission (CRTC) this month, a spokesman said today. "It certainly is this month, but I haven't seen a definite day the spokesman said, adding that the delay is due to translation problems. The pol- icy must be released simulta- neously in both official lan- guages. The CRTC announced its in- tentions in April, 1973, and a series of public hearings fol- lowed. The main concern seemed to be that KM programming has become more and more like AM, with its many com- mercials and socalled pop- ular music. When it announced its in- tentions, the CRTC said FM stations "will be expected to commence necessary changes in programming im- mediately" and the federal commission will be watching closely to see that its instruc- tions are obeyed. "The commission is con- vinced that there is a clear AQUARIUM KIT Contains 10 gallon tank and all the accessories 118' 128' 3 SPEED FANS 9J88 20" size avocado or brown MITTS CHILDRENS 100% acrylic bulky knit Your Business Associates Will Be Staying At The 3 irlofrl Fernie B.C. Color TV DD Telephones See You There! Reserve 423-4438 n fin XgffSf RECORD ASSORTMENT 288 Q Artists, Good Selection of Titles ijBi A FIBRE washable SEWING CHEST WILLHOLD The portable sturdy sewing organizer HCHARLESCRAFT OTVI CD ROVED Thermostatically Mao LCfl UnlCR controlled heat. 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Fits 15x54" boards MEN'S RR WESTERN SHIRTS 00 Long sleeves, button cuff, cotton, faded denim look U COOKWAREF1REKING ft Asst'd sizes of baking dishes and casseroles TV TABLE SET QUAKER 188 PBairre -171 I 4 table set f V 4 i 4 I In the Aztec Lounge Gene Lennon In the Outrider Tavern Thorsen Brothers In the Frontier Dining Room Harry Bailey In the Cabaret "Boogaloo Walk Band" Thursday, Friday and Saturday (Dress Regulations) need for a new radio service to satisfy those who do not find available radio programming attractive or it said. "Clearly, the FM band is not being put to the best use if the programming provided on it is virtually identical to that provided on AM. Nor is the programming on FM, with background music and little else, however desirable economically, a responsible use of this valuable frequency spectrum. A clear, new role must be established for FM radio." A major change will be an end to when a station's AM and FM programs are identical. Stations will be required to cut this in half immediately and, within six months, eliminate it "except in specified unusual circum- stances." Presley spent dull birthday MEMPHIS (Heuter) Singing star Elvis Presley, said to be worried about being "fat and was reported to have spent his 40th birthday Wednesday in his bedroom on a strict diet. An associate said Presley had postponed his Las Vegas appearance later this month and had spent the last three weeks shut up in his multi- million-dollar home, Graceland, in Memphis. "It isn't exactly a happy said the associate, who asked not to be named. "He refuses to see anyone until he gets down to his regular trim 180 pounds." Tina Marsh, a songwriter and head of his hometown fan club, put a box for mail on the guitar-shaped wrought-iron gate of the singer's mansion, but rain kept most fans away and few cards were put in the box. The Las Vegas Hilton Hotel confirmed Presley had can- celled his two-week appearance set for Jan. 29. They said it had been rescheduled for March 18. "Elvis' current stay here has 'been unlike any of his earlier the associate said. "Normally, when he comes back to Graceland, he stays at home, sleeping most of the day, and goes out at night. Sometimes, he charters a theatre, skating rink or bowl- ing alley and takes his friends there. "This visit he hasn't even been going out." TV highlights THURSDAY VARIETY RETUHN: Tony Orlantlu and Dawn, p in Ch. William Conrad and Florence Henderson join the pop singing trio of Tony Orlando and Dawn, Tclrna Hopkins and Joyce Vincent Wilson. REPORT DEBUT: Adventure in America, 7 p.m., Ch 11 Hie hall hour series covers solution to consumer's problems which is both educational and entertaining. Larry Lewman hosts the first show on auto repairs and describes how to locate and identify a reputable mechanic. VARIETY: Carol Burnett, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Joining Carol and her regulars is Tim Conway. DRAMA: Harry p.m., Ch. II and 10 p.m Ch 13 David Janssen as Harry is stranded in a desert house with a family in which one of the members is killing off the others. Jeanette Nolan and Katherine Justice also star. COMEDY: Chico and the Man, p.m., Ch 7 Jack Albertson as Ed thinks his days are numbered when he hears of the death of an old acquaintance. Chico is portrayed bv Freddie Prinze. INTERVIEW: Johnny Carson, p.m., Ch. 9. Scheduled to appear with Johnny are Thalassa Cruso and the Osmond Brothers. DISCUSSION: Tomorrow, 12 midnight, Ch. 9 Curt Gowdv Don Meredith, Dan Jenkins and Larry Merchant arc on hand to preview this Sunday's Super Bowl game. PEPSI RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television .gallons. Any vari- ation In program schedule Is due to last-minute chanjei by the lions and Is not ,tne responsibility of Chinook Beverages Limited or The Lelhbridge Herald. CHEC 1090 MONDAY thru FRIDAY Farm News Weatiler Sports News, Wtlir. 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