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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta READ... THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 'CHINOOK' SOUTH ALBERTA'S LARGEST RURAL CIRCULATION The Letftbridge Metal TELEVISION GUIDE KING KOIN LAUNDERETTE Phone KS-WM 3 Ave. 12 SI. B. S. Open 24 Hours Aticftooo thru Ffii JULY LISTINGS FOR JULY 6 TO JULY 12 I SPOTLIGHT j New imports announced Imports in the 1974-75 announced by the CBC-TV English network include three new situation comedies from the two from and also from the a new children's drama series. In the CBC-TV schedule will include a number of imported notably two BBC one-hour art documentaries and several music specials Europe and the United States. CBC's Hatton and Robertson July 8 will be longest night of their careers. Networks readying for election night CBC television newsmen David Halton and Lloyd Robertson of The National will work one of the longest nights in their careers July 8. Polls in Newfoundland will have just closed and Decision CBC- TV 's election night begins 8 o'clock Newfoundland ending about eight hours later after the last poll is heard from in the Yukon. Long before Canadians will know who'll be governing them in as they watch Halton and backed by five national reporters and a panel of plus one of the world's fastest com- puterized reporting gradually ur.fold the results of Canada's biggest election. As Halton and Robertson will be flanked by pan- elists Judy Dalton Prof Robert McKenzie of the London School of Economics and Prof Charles Taylor of McGill's political science department and former federal NDP national reporters Bill Mitchell for the Atlantic Ron Laplante for Larry Stout for Paddy Gregg for the Prairies and Ab Douglas for British Columbia. All these people will sit at a giant crescent shaped desk in CBC Toronto Studio 7 while eight color cameras over them and the computerized screens back of them flash instantaneous results. Another special piece of equip- ment designed to CBC specifications is the Video a device which con- stantly scans the computer's memory bank to flash latest stan- five at a time on separate screens any one of which can be call- ed up to show party results to viewers at home. For 10 minutes each half hour regional points across the country can cut away for local results interpreted by regional CBC reporters. When the phones begin ringing July 8 and the computer stands at the CTV's election night staff at CFTO's massive Studio Six in Toronto will be able to provide viewers with what is claimed to be the fastest possible results in the history of Canadian elections. From 8 p.m. EDT until all results are in 1 to 2 a.m. anchorman Harvey Kirck will direct traffic making direct contact with many remote locations across the country handling prominent losses and other bulletins. The anchor desk reporter will be CTV's parliamentary bureau Bruce who will interpret and analyze results and besides interviewing leading candidates and political commentators across Canada will be the most ex- tensive and expensive broadcast in the CTV Network's history. I CBC hires filmmaker Julian a Canadian who has produc- ed directed the remarkable total of 500 films in a career that spans nearly four has been contracted to produce three full hour film dramas for showing on CBC television in CBC-TV drama head John Hirsch an- nounced today. Montreal born recipient of numerous international awards since he started making films in has an impressive list of including productions for the the NBC and most of top Hollywood studios. His film And So They made during is considered one of the 10 best documen- taries ever produced in the United States. Stompin' Tom special This starring Stompin' Tom Canada's King of Country Music will be telecast by CTV on July 10. This is a musical journey through looking at the people and places that have been inspiration for many of Tom's songs. Stompin' Tom does his standards in the film The Saturday and The Bay and Back as well as performing new songs he wrote especially for this feature. Campaign wrap-up CTV's Features and Information Programming presents Cam- paign Wrap Up July an hour long report on the political campaign and an analysis of what kind of Parliament is likely to result from the battling of the political giants. Host Bruce Phillips has been riding cam- paign buses and planes of the major party leaders from coast to coast and during the last week he will be making a jet tour of the country on his stopping at each of the key ridings in each of the five regions. 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