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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-10,Lethbridge, Alberta e-THE LETHBRIDQE HlltALO-TlHind«y, JantMty 10.1*74 Life of Jewish businessman TV play ‘Bells of Hell’ reinstated TORONTO (CP) - The Bells of Hell, Mord«chai Richler’s play about a Jewish businessman’s life in Montreal, was reinstated by the CBC Tuesday and sdiedul-ed for the national tetevision network at 9 p.m. EST Jan. 24. The show, originally had been scheduled to be broadcast Jan. 31. but was cancelled by CBC entertainment chief Tbom Benson. Mr. Benson decided the play, which Includes criticism of the Jewish business com- DUNLOP FORD’S ^ SELL-OUT Exhibition Pavilion January 23rd to 26th munity, might offmd some Jewish viewers. But E. S. Hallman, vicepresident in chirge of tbe English language wcttoti of the CBC, aimounced Tueaday that that declskm baa bem reversed. “While I agree that tbere will be sections of public which will te ( ay, I believ_______ I range of acceptable by tie play, I believe It falls within tbe i presentations in an anthology aeries of this kind.” Tbe play now will run as the seooDd attractiM in a new series tiUed The Play'# The Thing, which will start a week from ThurscUy. Ttie series has been devi^ to attract successful Canadian writers back to television by offering them freedom In the bandiii^ of any subject they chose. Increase salaries of ballet group TORONTO (CP) - The National Ballet of Canada has announced salary increases of 25 per cent during the next two seasons for its dancers following negotiations with Actor’s Equity Association. Gerry Eldred, general manager of the company, said the agreement, for the 1974-75 and 1975-76 sea^ns, gives across-the-board increases of 15,1 per cent in the first season and about 10 per cent in the second. Basic weekly wage for the first year members of the corps will rise to ¥145 in the first season of the agreement to $160 in the second from the 1973-74 season wage of «125. Principal dancers will receive a minimum of $265 weekly next season and $300 the following season.. Their present minimum is $205 a week. Negotiations between Actors’ Equity and the company concluded recently in arbitration before a provincial judge. Goldwyn joomcr boaras ^70l leaves hospital You’ve W( hard for your money. Nowlet your money woik hand for you. At the Commerce we knowfarming. We know how your business can vary from year to year through no fault of your own. That’s why it’s important to put some of your income into a planned savings program to build financial reserves for your business. We have three savings plans that can make your money work hard for you: • A Commerce Savings Account is a convenient way to keep your cash safe and handy and earn good interest. •    Commerce Growth Savings Certificates guarantee profits and come in multiples of $10.00 without limit. And if necessary you can cash them anytime, •    With $ IjOOO or more, Term Deposits return the highest interest we offer at the Commerce. A planned savings program is just one of the Farm Services you can get at the Commerce. Stop by and have a talk with your local Commerce Branch Manager; He can help make your hard work pay off. <i> CANADIAN (MPCttlAL BANK OF COMMERCE TV highlights THURSDAY MOVIE ADVENTURE: “Rrlglidyj>f tke Grud Cuyol”,« p.111., ck. 1A freedom loving burro whose advenUtres lead him into perilous encounters. VARIETY SPECIALi One More Time, i p.m., Ch. I. Pearl Bailey and Carol Channing join with other not« entertainers in a touch of vaudevillian nostalgia. NOTE — For C^diao viewers this program will be one hour earlier than listed. COMEDY: Carol Burnett, S p.m., Ch. 7. Eydie Gorme and comic Paul Sand are the special guests. MOVIE THRILLER: “The Dev«’* Daughter”,» p.m.. Ch. 7. The tale about a woman hounded by a satanlc cult determined to possess her soul. DRAMA: Kung Fu, 9 p.m., Ch. 13. A Texas Ranger whose zealous adherence to the letter of the law blinds him to its spirit but he learns the bard way after being charged with murder, SPORTS SPECIAL: Wonien'i Sporu, 9 p.m., Ch. 11. Dinah Shore is the host at this look at some outotanding women athletes. NOTE — For Canadian viewers this program will be «le hour earlier than listed. MOVIE DRAMA: “Shock Treatraent”, 12 midnight. Ch. 7. A man is hired to have himself committed to an asylum to investigate an inmate who is a confessed murderer. INTERVIEW^ Merv Griffen, 12 midnight. Ch. 13. Hollywood couples are featured on tonight’s program. FRIDAY MOVIE ADVENTURE: "The King’s Pirate”, 1 p.m.. Ch. 13. A young American colonel risks his life to silence the pirate port of Diego Suarez for fabulous rewards and a beautiful girl. MYSTERIES IN ROHE ROME (Reuter) - ’Twenty crimes were conumtted in the Italian capital every hour last year and 70 per cent remained unsolved. Rome public prosecutor Carmelo Spagnuolo said many were serious crimes, Ir-cluding 106 murders, mere than 16,000 assaults and 196 armed robberies. Hot spring HONG KONG (Reuter) -Peking University has set up an experimental power station using underground hot water discovered In tbe ci^ recently—to generate electricity, according to tbe New China News Agency. Bring your boards and come for the room. Room to ski ~ your choice of 3 magniftcert ski areas. Room to play — apres-ski fun in beautiful Banff. Ski-vweek packages start at $70 — three ski areas for II» price of one. You get a minimum of five nights accommodation b^inning Sunday, five days lifts and five bus-transters from Banff to ski areas; • SUMHMEVUME • MOUNTim||IUiT« UKELOUK    lOS ANGELES (Reuter) — Our snow comes early, stays late- Likewise our apms-    Movie-making pioneer Samuel sKi, Enjoy it ail with a sW-weÿ - now. or Ifter! But    Goldwyn, 91, left hospital 'S’r    TuesdaV after undergoing two o?S^n5^£SlS^^    weeks of tests and% treat- wrth your travel agent or areynouno dus ageni.    ^ Pmm ■■■■■■■■    His wife, Frances, who was „ " " ^    admitted to St. John’s ™ ■    Hospital in Santa Monica at H    the same time suffering from NAME ................................. H    an undisclosed illness, left the ■    hospital with her husband. ADDRESS ............................. m    Goldwyn, who made ’ pnov *    Hollywood’s first full-length ............... ...............■    feature movies in 1913 in con- Send to. Banff/l,ake Louise Ski Week *    junction with Cecil B. DeMille BOX 12^ ■ H    and Jesse Lasky, has been in BanH. Aiberta ■    health since he suffered a Talented teenager ^ Shirley Eikhard. a 17-year-old who can and play superb guitar, performs in Vancouver. With a good contract with Capitol U.S. she figures to be one of the finest musical exports this cojntry has produced since Gordon Lightfoot. Partisan political broadcasts given okay election day By CHERYL HAWKES OTTAWA (CP) - Under a new federal election law passed by the Commons last week, voters can expect to hear partisan political broadcasts right up to the time they leave for their local polling stations. A Canadian Radio> Television Commission (CRTC) spokesman says the new election expenses bill enables broadcasters to make editorial comnient during the final hours of a federal elec-' tion campaign so long as they are not candidates or being paid by a political party for their time. The bill cancels a section of the Broadcasting Act that prohibits partisan political CBC games coverage announced OTTAWA (CP) - The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation announced ’niesday its radio and television networks will carry 38 hours of coverage of the 10th British Commonwealth Games Jan. 24-Feb. 2 in Christchurch, New Zealand. CBC personnel at the Games will provide about 13 hours coverage to both the English and French television networks. The English radio network will carry 5 Vi hours of coverage and the French radio network will carry seven hours. Coverage will include the official opening of the Games by Prince Philip, accom* panied by hit daughter PrinceM Anne and dosing ceremonies officiated by Queen Elisabeth, The CBC’s Northern Service and Radio Canada International will also receive PEPSI COLA’S radio AND TV LISTINGS Pfogfar>iH    list(?d oy rhi' Riidm drid Televisori Stations Any vrtn.ition m piogitirTi si:hedule is lo Ijst iTiHUJtii i;hiiiiyi‘s fly Ihf slHtiyns Sf'd lii ncd ttie responsihiidy o1 The Lettibridye Hemlil MONDAY Ihru FRIDAY 6:00 Buryl Clarke 6'SO Farm N«WS 7-30 News 9.00 ChecWine 10.00 Wait Edward« 12 00 John Oliver 12'15 Farm Mews THURSDAY NIQMT 5:00 PfOlJS 1220 5.25 Sports 5:40 Market Report 5'40 Local N«ws 6.00 World at 6.00 6-35 Jim Parsons Show 8:00 Jotin Charl«» Show 12 30 Kevin McKenna Show CHKC ★ 12:30    News 12:40    Sports 1-00    Qraln Prices ' 1:01    Call o( the Land 3-00    Jtck Neuleid $.00    News 7:00    Paul Tessier 12:00    Roy Rannlok cjoe w FRIDAY 6:05 Jack Thys Show 7:50 News, Wthr, Sport a:35 Phone Bill Show 10:05 Qord Whitehead 11:00 Jack Thys 1Z:00 Hour ol information 1 00 News and Grain Pfioes l;05 Cord Whitehead 3 05 Jim Parsons CHRC.PM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 a.m.-ia noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Deii-O 6 p.m, - 10 p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) SATURDAY 6 a.m.-i2 noon Don McMaster THURSDAY NIGHT 6:00 World at Six 6 30 AS It Happens 6:03 Themes and Variations lO'OO News, Weather. Sports 10.10 From The Capitals 10 15 F)ve Nights a Week 10.30 Our Friend the Rickers 11-00 News 11:03 Inner Ear 1:00 News. Vfthr. Sign Ott FRIDAY 5 30 ii^arm-up to Calgary 12 noon-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-l a.m. DoH-O SUMDAYS 6 a m.*1 p.m Concerts, Overtures and Encores [Sob Concie) 1-2 p.m The Gashaus (German program) 6 p.m.-l? MidnighI Concerts, Overtures (Gob Conciel CBR 6:05 Eye Opener 6:00 World at Eight 6:05 Eye Opener S;13 This Country 12:03 Radio Noon ^ 1:56 Stocfcmarket 2:03 School Broadcast 2:20 OK the Record 3:30 Max Ferguson 4:00 BBC News 4:05 Home Run 6:00 World at Sw Pictured above is Miss Brenda Danielson of 142313th Ave. S., enjoying her hot dog and "PEPSI’’, during the annual SCHOOL PATROL SKATING PARTY, held Friday, December 14th, at Henderson Ice Centre. "Chinook Beverages Limited” donated the drinks for the party, Iteep up the good work kids. broadcasts on polling day and ior 24 hours preceding. However, the bill still must be passed by the Senate. “Broadcasters were always uncertain how to handle last* minute news items/' says Ralph Hart, manager of the CRTC’s TV-radio development division. “They could always be charged with partisanship and be hauled into court.” Radio station CFRB in Toronto was charged after Gordon Sinclair made allegedly partisan comment on the eve ot the 1971 Ontario provincial election. The case still is pending in provincial court, with no trial date set. The Ontario appeal court last June rejected a CFRB attempt to have the charge quashed. MOTION WAS DENIED In November the station sought a review of the appeal court decision by the Supreme Court of Canada. The motion was denied, the high court in effect saying it agreed that the charge should 1» tried. The election expenses bill changes only those provisions of the Broadcasting Act pertaining to federal elections. Restrictions on provincial and municipal election broadcasts remain until altered by provincial legislatures. Political parties or candidates still are forbidden even in federal elections to buy air time for political pitches during the 4S-hour blackout period, broadcasting editorial comment right up until the polls close. . The bill also requires in* dividual TV and radio stations to provide hours of primetime broadcasting to each of the registered- cal parties in a cam)>aigii. le is to be divided Suitably among the parties with half the cost to be recovered from the federal treasury. ’nte bill also stipulates that free broadcast time be provided by radio and TV networks, tbe amowit to be dccided by UK CRTC. CJOC'TV GhwiMl 7 THURSDAY NIOHT 5.00    Hollywood Squares 5.30    News    ' 6.00    Movie: Brighty of Qrand Canyon 0:00 Carol Burnett 9:00 Movie:    . Devil's Daughter 10:30 Maude 11:00 Mews 11:20 P.M. 12:00 Movie: Shock Treatment FRIDAY 6 00 Pinnochio 6.30    Secrets of the Kitchen 7.00    Farm and City 7.15 Wizard of Oz (CaMwlakm Ch. ei 7:30 Mon Ami/Friendly Giant g'OO Uncle Bobby S'30 Ed Alien 9:00 Inlefchange 9'30 New Hori2ons lOOO Canadian, Schools 10.30 Mr. Dress Up 11.00 Sesame Street 12:00 Lassie 12:30 Truth or Consequences 1.00    Let's i^BKe A Deal 1:30 General Hospital 2:00 Our Town 3:00 TaKe 30 3.30 Edge o< Night 4.00    Family Court 4:30 Drop Ir 5:00 Hollywood Squares CrCN-TV LMhbHds* Chamwl 13 (Ca THURSDAY NIQHT    9 0O 4:00 Anything You Can Do    9:15 4:30 Mod Squad    9:30 S:30 Gal Smart    10 00 5:55 News    10 30 6 30 Mystery Movie Shaft    11,00 8:00 Ironside    11.30 9:00 Kung Fu    12 00 10 00 Streets 01    12.30 San Francisco 1.00 11.00 News IV20 News    2.30 12 00 Merv Griffin    3 00 FRIDAY    3.30 5-5S    Thoughi for Day 6-00    University of Air    4:00 6    30 Yoga    .    4:30 7    00 Canada A.M.    S.30 B 30 Romper Room S.S5 < Ch. 4) This Weak Parlons Français Polka Dot Door Lifestyle Pay Cards Fred Davis Show Beat (he Clock Buckshol Flinisiones Movie: Kings Pirate Somerset Another World What's the Goood Word? Anything You Can Do Mod Squad Doctor in the Howse News KRTV OrMt Fall* Chaniwl 9 (CaMavMlon Ch. 9) THURSDAY HIQHT 4 00 News 4    30 News 5    00 The Waltons e 00 Movie. One More Time 7 00 News Sp. a-00 Ironside 9-00 Nevrt 9-30 Tonight Show FRIDAY 5:IS Understanding Our World 5:45 Salute Agrlcuilura 4:00 Today Show 7:00 Today iri Montana 7:30 S:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 9:SS 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 1J:00 12:30 1:00 1:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 Pyramid Gambit Hollywood Squares Bank-0 Jeopardy News Price ts Righi As The World Turns Day* of Our Live* The Doctors Another World New Match (ìame Secret Storm Mike Douglas Snow Joker's Wild News New* KFM OfMrt Pan* ChMHMl S fCMh Ch. 11Í THURtOAT NIAHT S:00 National Geographic 7:00 Kung Fu 8:00 Women In Sports «:Ú0 TV-S M*w* 9:30 Movi«: A Night in C«Mbl*nca pniDAV S:6S Farm New* S:00 Caixalh Ktngarwt 7:00 ' S'OO «30 »00 >:30 Audrey Jack LaLanrM YOuflfl Wtd tfi* Search tor Tom morrow .......;vv„F!SCIiiVU.-o-..-~ 10:00 All My Children 10:30 LM's Make A Dt*l 11:00 Newlywed Qaine 11:30 New* 1i:00 Oeneral Hoapital 12:30 One LH* 10 LM 1:00 Love Amwieim Style 1:30 Wizard of 04d* 2:00 Three » t MiKh 2:30 Qirl In My Life 3:00 SpHt Second 3:30 Brady BufW^ 4:00 Paaeword 4:30 Newt 5:30 Truth « Coneeqoencw ;