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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERA1D 1'ROIILEMS OVER? TIED DEKK (CP) Prob- lems at lied Doer College should be smoothed out by Christmas wilh some changes coming as early as next week, Dr. Ray Fast, college adminis- trator, said here. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 8-304 5lh St. i. Ph. 327-7244 lelhbrdon Saturday, July 8, 1972 HACK TO SCHOOL WATFOIID, England (CP) Grandparents In Hertfordshire have been urged to return to learn how to amuse their grandchildren. Health Ed- ucation Officer Philip Pretty opened an adult education centre specifically to show Uie elderly how to simulate knowl- edge and interest for kids. "They just don't know how to play with children Pretty said. "We are leaching games which involve numbers and sizes." Passport Pnotos Candid Wtddlngi Framing Phole JuppliH A. E. CROSS STUDIO Phom 710 3rd A.e. S. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 54 NUMBERS BONUS JACKPOT IN 59 NOS. IN 60 NOS. IN 61 NOS. II no bingo called after 60 noi., we will continue for S50 NO ONE UNDER 14 YEARS AltOWEDl PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS ENTERTAINMENT SATURDAY, JULY TV HIGHLIGHTS SATURDAY SPORT: Baseball, (1 p.m., Ch. 7. The San Francisco Glantj meet the Expos in Montreal. POLITICS: Democratic National Telethon. 8 p.m., Cli. 11. An army of celebrities mans the filage and phones to replen- ish the Democratic campaign chest. MOVIE DRAMA: 0 p.m., Ch. 13. A look into a future society in which a pop singer works a Svengali influence over youth. MOVIE DRAMA: 12 midnight, Ch. 7. A French girl living with her sister Is repulsed by her sister's lover. When they go on vacation an admirer breaks into her apartment and she kills lu'm. MOVIE COMEDY: "My 12 midnight, Cli. 13. Shirley MacLsane as a movie star who follows her director- husband to Tokyo. PI4II IDC rnlLlr J W10 Take Time to Build The %ait" yOU finest in Slereo Compon- ents now available at: JACK'S RADIO TV SALES SERVICE 302 I3lh SI. N. Phona 327-4979 MARQUIS HOTEL BEVERAGE ROOM PRESENTS "WATERLOO" THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY Canadian Radio-Television Commission Conseil de la Radio-Television Canattienne Otlnwa, June 29, 1972. PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT CBC RADIO POLICY DECISION CRTC 72-197 At lib public hearing in Ottawa on March 28 and 29, 1972, Jhe Canadian Radio-Television Commission heard an application by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation concerning a proposal for its new radio program policy. The proposal is generally referred lo as Radio I and Radio II. The Commission also heard applications by tha CBC for Ihe establishment of six FM slaljans and a French FM nelwork. These applicalions were intended to imple- ment the initial phases of the new policy. The CRTC was impressed with ihe task undertaken by [he Corporaliton which has been concerned wilh the appar- ent changes in the afritudes of audiences rewards radio broadcasting and with 1hQ proportion of Canadian audiences reached by CBC radio programs. The Corporation has car- ried out a sludy on these mailers; the proposal submitted to Ihe Commission is the result of that sludy. The proposal would have a fundamenal influence on the development of the radio part of what the Broadcasting Act calls "ihe notional broadcasting AT the hearing, Iho Commission heard representaiioni from the CBC and from several iniervenanls. AHer careful review of all these representations and having carefully considered other forms of radio service now available lo Canadians, ihe Commission has come lo the conclusion lhat it cannot agree with the proposed new radio policy. The CBC (i established under the provisions of ihe Broaden si ing Act for the purpose of providing, within the framework of the Canadian broadcasting syslem, a na- tional broadcasting service that ij of a high standard nnd is predominantly Canadian in content ond character. The Act epecifies thah (i) this service should be a balanced service of In- formation, enlightenment and entertainment for people of different ages, interests and tastes, cov- ering the whole range of programming in fair proportion. (ID this lervice should extended to all parts cf Canada, public funds become available, (iil) this lervice should be in English and French, lerving ihe specials needs of geographic regions, and actively conlriburing to the flow and exchange of cultural and regional information and enter- tainment, and this lervice ihould contribute to tha development of national unity and provide for a continuing ex- pression of Canadian identity. The CRTC is established to regulate and supervise all aspects of the Canadian broadcasting syslem with a view to implemenling the policy objeclives eslablished by Parlia- ment. It la wilhin the context of these roles assigned by the Broadcasting Act to the CBC and lo Ihe Commission that the decision of the Commission has been made. Parliament, in enacling ihe Broadcasting Act, declared lhat broadcasting undertakings in Canada conslilute a single syslem comprising public and private elements. Each element must make a dislinclive contribution lo tha effec- tiveness of the whole syslem. Achieving programming which is varied, comprehensive and of high standard for ihe total syslem as required by Parliament, is not on easy objeclive lo attain. The Commission is awore thai o great deal of effort is yet required lo reach that objeclive. It is obvious, however, that ihe role of the CBC in establishing and main- taining standards is of particular importance. For over 35 years, the people of Canada have support- ed that service of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation wilh public funds in order to achieve standards in Cana- dian broadcasting which a strictly commercial syslem could not attain. The purpose was also that ihis "national service" would be available lo all Canadians in English and in French as public funds became available. As a consequence, ihe CBC cannot, like a private cor- poration, modify and adapt its services In response to ihe "fluclualions of ihe markel" in order to achieve in- stitutional survival. There is, Jn foci, or iho present Urns In Canadian broadcasting, a definite tendency on ihe part of some private stations in the same service areas lo pro- vide very similar services. The Commission is of tho view that the trends inherent In "he Radio I proposal and in the "experiments" that have been carried out in relaiion lo this proposal shift CBC AM programming away from what unique ond bring it much too tloin to ihe program- ming already available on mony of tho private owned radio siahons. (iv) thi i MU biMjiiuiiiiu iu irrj ruinums in iria .iircngincninci ana rncourancmcnl of distinctive radio programming, something for which, over the years, it has been singularly recognized Intcrnalionally ond nationally. [n arriving of ils decision on the Radio I and II pro- posal, the Commission has taken parlicular note that it would appear: 1) to contain an overly centralized programme pro- duction structure which would stifle the abilily of regional sources to contribute on an innovative basis; 2) lo be unduly Influenced by the popularity standards of people living in urban areas where have a broad range of broadcasting services rwail- oble in addition lo other forms of entertainment and 3) to exhibit a concern with audience ratings which is influenced more by standards of commercial popularity ihon by standards of programme dis- lincliveness and 4) to be considerably influenced by the CBC de- pendence for dislribution on affiliates, whose nat- ural interests in commercial programmes are some- times in conflict with the basic aims oF CBC pro- gramming policy; 5) to neglect CBC radio's original function of reflect- ing to a national audience the total range of our living culture: from the instant reporting of topics, views, and day by day creative successes, 1o the convincing and competent presentation of the long term concerns of our society, of what is best and most durable in our cultural achievement! and in our national heritage. The Commission is firmly convinced lhat any tendency on the part of the CBC to achieve better ratings by imitat- ing or approximating programming forms of commercial stations must be strongly resisled. The reason is simple. There is no need for more oF the same. More parlicularly, there is no need to spend public funds largely lo dupli- cate what is already provided by commercial operations. nnol, on the other hand, agree that ii is impossible lo find new forms and new kinds of presen- tation to fulfill these essential requirements of service as set out in Ihe Broadcasting Act. The Commission recognizes the difficulty of the task facing the Corporation. It must produce programs which are oF a high standard representing, a distinct contribution to the overall Canadian broadcasting system and which, al the some lime, will enjoy os wide acceplance as possible from the public. However, only the difficulty of such a task can justify the need of a tax-supported institution to achieve the objective. In reaching its conclusion concerning the proposed radio policy, the commission hos also been greatly In- fluenced by another consideraUon. CBC radio service was introduced in 1936. The purpose oF this service was and still remains to provide to all Canadians radio program- ming of a truly disinctive nalure in English and in French. In 1972, this goal still remains 1o be achieved for a large part of the population. According To iho best available Figures there are slill millions of Canadians who only re- ceive a small portion oF CBC radio programs in English or in French. A full CEC schedule represents approximately 130 hours a Millions cf Canadians oF English or French langucqe receive only a part of those programs. The number of hours received in some areas can be as low as 14 hours of the English language schedule Or as low as 27 hours of the French languacjo schedule. It would nof real is lie to say ihof only 2D% or 25% of CBC radio programs arc essential. People In the larger centres of Cnnadn receive 130 hours a week oF CBC radio Presumably, all these pro- grams are considered essential by the Corporation or other- wise they would not be One cannot argue either that they arc essenlial for thrj larger centres and not essential for the smaller centres. Indeed, ihe larger centres have many radio slotions, some of them 10 or even 18; so they need 130 hours of CBC programs only because these programs presumably contribute someihing indispens- able ond which is not otherwise available. If ihis is so, then such programs become oven more desirable for more distant arens of ihe country which do not enjoy ihe cul- tural focililics ond opportunities of the larger cenlres, The CRTC is very favourable in principle lo the estab- lishment of more Enpjiih nncl French FM stations and 1O ihr devc-lanmrnl of a French FM network. Since lorno cities in Cannda cnjoyorl this kind of service for o num- hnr of years, it fnir that n similar should gradu- ally be extended to nlher ports of tho country ai funds become available. about A-hilo many olhnr culturally less privileged areas sfJll latVifirf o fin) full COC As a tho Commission wishes In defer a decision on the nnpliroiioni by tHo CBC for six FM sinlions ond n French FM network. The Commission will rrcon'.ider this mntter en soon as thfl questions of policy roiled in 1'ie present decision have boon iolvcrl lo tho ".otisfaclion of tho Commission. Thn Commission h nlso nf ihn opinion that ihn Cor- poration ihould iho possibility oF nf filial inn of llip nrivntn TM Mntion% now in oxiitenco wilh Iti nnrl Frenrli FM op era I MONIOUE COUPAL, Sotratary. Howovor, iho Commission U Hpeply concnrnod nv to nrlrl n -rconH CRC rnrlio SUNDAY SI'ORT: Golf, 1 p.m. Cli. 7. Prestige and a big purse go with the Canadian Open Championship in its 63rd year. Closing action from Cherry Hill Club. WILDLIFE: Animal World. p.m. Cli. Florida's efforts to protect Uio alligators from poachers is dealt with. WILDLIFE: Wild Kingdom, p.m., Cli. 13. The roping ol en anteater highlights this trip lo Lhe Guyana interior. PROFILE; Summer Man Alivt! p.m., Ch. 7. A prolile of Rev. Ernest Willie of Alert Bay, B.C. an Anglican priest with an Indian background. WILDLIFE: Untamed World, 5 p.m., Cli. 33. Bird life is studied on this visit to the Farne Islands off northern Eng- land. FAMILY: World of p.m. Cli. 7. Mickey Mouse and friends spring lo life In this edition of the hit show "Disney on Parade" taped in Australia. MOVIE CARTOON: "The Ch. 13. An animated musical about a round-headed boy in a land of pointy-headed people. COMEDY: The Super, p.m., Ch. 7. Notice that his building has been condemned is the last straw for Joe. DRAMA: 8 p.m., Ch. 7. First of a two-part story about a b'oy, anxious to be admitted into a tough street gang, admits to a robbery he didn't commit. MUSIC: Salute lo Oscar Haninicrstcin II, 8 p.m., Ch. 11. A special star-studded salute lo a great lyricist. WILDLIFE: One Northern Summer, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. A visit to Ihe Walrus Islands off the Alaskan coast. ..INTERVIEW: David Frosl. a.m., Ch. 13. Dick Ben- jamin, Zsa Zsa Gabor mid David Buskin are the guests. MONDAY STAMPEDE: Jubilee Parade, 10 a.m., Ch. 7 and Ch. 13. To be seen live from coast-to-coast over the CBC-TV net- work. MOVIE DRAMA: "On The 1 p.m., Cli. 7. A man who b running away from his past gets a job in a gas station. MOV1I5 COMEDY: "Don't Raise the Bridge, Lower Ihe 1 Ch. 13. An episodic farce about the marital problems of an American promoter. Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION 05! MAI CO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPLET OPTICAL 618 3rd Ave, S. 32B-5447 Iron items COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Jim Koszegi and De. Curt- will be opening an orna- mental iron business here. Both men are well known In the 'Pass area. They will spec- ialize for patios and steps and decorative fire place railing. They will also do custom work. Kiiiylana, JLtd. INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON 507A 7lh STREET SOUTH MINUS-ONE CLUB DANCE SATURDAY, JULY 8th Polish Hall 745 13th St. North ORCHESTRA COUNTRY COUPLES MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS TONITE SATURDAY 4 4 4 "ANYTHING GOES" Members and Invited Guests! 4 4 Entertainment Nightly AT THE HOLIDAY INN Featuring Mike Sutherland and Hugh Symons Ml> AIDS GIRL-FUIENDS LONDON (Ilcutcr) Free travel on Hie government-run railways lor the girl-Iricnds of bachelor members ol Parlia- ment is bcijig urged by 30-year- old bachelor MP Leslie lluck- ficld. He has asked the House ol Commons for a study on how much it would cost to give the girls Uie same privileges as the mem- bers, who get 10 free first-class tickets a year. Back belts NATAL (HNS) The East KDolcnay Union Board of Health has favored making tho Ignoring of safety bells in auto- mobiles a traffic Infraction and will present a molion to this effect lo the Associated of Health. The motion asks that the at- t o r n e y general's department malic Ihe nonwearing of belts an infringement and that points be deducted from the li- cences of such persons. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program! i.rg listed by the radio and televlilon station. Any variation in program icheduli li due la lait- minule changes by the italioni and ii not the mipon- trbiNty of the Herald or Angle Diilrlbuieri Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News SATURDAY Jack Ncwfcld MONDAY 6IDDDLTVI Clark Tessler News News, sports Jack Oliver Jock Ncufcld Leo Dow Leo Dow Terry Vogl SUNDAY News Rob Ingram Atlantic Symphony Blackpool Indian Horn 7'00 Barry Dave King' CJOC Snln Concern Science MONDAY Voice cf Prjahp-ry Jim Elliot Sunday Magrzine iiGO CBC News 1.....' News, Wthr, Sport Phone Bill Show 1U 05 Wayne Carry ProLfl News, Wlfir, Sport SATURHAY NIGHT Spc.'ls News Inside from fhfl Oulslde CcnNnental Holiday New; Doug Anderson Peler Snow Big Bands Bledcfoot Indian Free ram News John Charles :00 The Enlerlaineri ________ of Decision Program Sunshine Evpngel N'ews and Grain Prices Jack Thys John Walker Probe 1220 CHEC FM if News. Hourly Wthr. Half Hour SATURDAY NIGHT Beryl Clark Jchn Char lei Jack Ncv.feld SUNDAY Leo Dow Jack NowfElfl Barry Hegland CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY NIGHT Inside from News, Wthr. Idenlllles Oulside Warner's Wax Music De Cheinous Continental Holiday Works CBC Sisgc Carousel M.K Distinguished Summer Swilch- MONDAY Arllsls board Eye Opener Anthology Remember When u.CD World al fl Bush and Solon Sunday and Friends Calgary Eyt Major Progression I'll Read That Opener Again This Country News Sound oT Sport Sunday Tncalre GllmoLT's Albui SUNDAY Morning Concert Children's Slorles Sunday Morning Sunday Magazine __. Sunday Supplemenl Jen Canadlana Time Signal Capllal Report Celcbralions Collage f Timf Signal Radio Noon SlocHmarket Holiday 03 Home Run News World at Six CLCC Broadcasls over Cablevision Ch. 7 Monday thru Friday Duane Meyers a.m. Doug Gossen Dava Oberp, a.m. John Malakolf p.m- Major News p.m. Major Newi a-m. Major Newi p.m. Carol Sears This Summer Take a SONY PORTABLE TV On Your Camping Trip! All Sizes and 11" Portable TV's in stock. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo and Pkotopiaplilc Cent el 419 5th St. S. Phone 326-6922 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV SATURDAY NIGHT Klahanie Baseball 5 per I i Week One More Olympiad Puckeii's Slore (c) 11.00 News 7 stampede Highlights Movie: Repulsion SUNDAY Crossroads Faith for Today Niven Miller Wildlife Unlimited Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) Reach for lha Top Bullcr's Beat Futuri ShocK TEA Goll World Tomorrow Man Alive Counlry World of Disney I Spy MONDAY Farm and dry Today Romper Room Stampede Paradi Luncheon Bless This House Navy The Rovers The Super (c) Justice (c) Sunday al f One Northern Summer (c) Weekend News Teleprobe 7 Movie: On Ihe Run Town Take 30 Edge of Ntafit (c) Family Court Drop In Trulh or CFCN-TV Lelhbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) SATURDAY NIGHT Call Of Ihe Wcsr News (c) Penlecosl Presents Oil Report (c) 3.J5 Fllmboard Kingo Bingo Hav.-keyc Like Young (c) Wild Kingdom Rolling on River c Horst Kcehlcr Movie: Ouldour Sportsman Privilegft Untamed World News Movie: The Poinl Siampede Go Round Room Til Race Mod Squad (c) News Kcskin Movie: My Geisha W5 (c) SUNDAY AAanniX Thought for Day News (cl Day or Discovery 11-JO News (r) Oral Roberts Gil rtepcrt Rural Report Pentecost Prescnls Window on Britain Question Period Rex Humbard (c) David Frost Markel Place (c) MONDAY Nice Mix (c) Thoithr for the Day Rupert Bear (c) Fulurity Slakes Draw (c) Fashion in Sewing (c) Slampcdc Parade 55 Norlh. Mapla (c) All About Faces (c) Dick Van Dyke Movie: Don't Rain Ihe Bridge Whal's (he Good Word Another World Anylhinq You Can Dg Batman (c) Bevvilched (cl Family Affair Bird's Eye View KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) SATURDAY Hce Haw Jerry Reed Bold Ones Movie: Topfll News Nichols SUNDAY 7rCO Tom nnd Jerry Groovle Goolles Rex Humbard (c) Kid Talk Animal World Campaign '72 My World and Welcome lo Squares (c) Jeopardy (O Who. What, When Game (C) News (c) World of Disney Love Is a Many Jimmy Stcwarl Splendorcd Thing Qansnza (ct As Ilio World Turns Cade's Ccunly News (c) Movie: Five Million The (c) Years lo Earth Knlnryn Kuhlman American Enter Borrler Reef Camera Thros Face His Nation Ins Presi Mr. Wirard Bugs Bunny AAU Tennli Classic prize Drrijata tc) MONDAY Wnrld A: 4.1 Sfllulp Agriculture Today Show Today In Montana Conccnlratlon (c) Sflla or Century AnUher World Gflric of Nlqht Lnvn American Slylc Family Affair LUcy Snow My Tliree Sons Rcvrrly Hlllbllllei News (c) NCW1 KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) SATURDAY NIGHT Pre-Dcmocratlc Jack LnLnnni Marly Feldman Convention' (c) Audrey (c) Comedy Old Tlmo Gospel Gallophil Gourxel COO Movie: Hour Whtro Ilic Heart It Tho Deadly Affnlr Wild Kingdom News (c) Democratic Telethon (c> Lawrence Welk Long Street (c) Newi Democrntlc Tolelhon a.m. Democratic My Chlltirtn Mission Mahe B Dofll (c) ------Ncwlywcd Gama Oscar Hammer- stein Special Movie: Smokny NOVA DllliP Jtmrs Har MONDAY Nnwi SUNDAY Ravlvnl Firm tsiwil and Aniwwi Dflmecrailc Captain Kangaroo Telethon (c) Plflct SrcrM Slorm (c) One Life lo Live Dnys Our Llvci GonVitl Hospital n Mntch Unllnn Gams Spill Second flewllchort Password ;