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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Jasper course planner dead OTTAWA (CP) Funeral services were held Thursday in St. Matthew's Anglican Church for J. Arthur Hills, planner of Hie Canadian National Rail- way's golf course in Jasper, Alta. Mr. Hills, died Thursday at the age ol 92. ITV HIGHLIGHTS! F1RDAY SPECIAL: Apollo 15, p.m., Ch. 7 anil 13: Tentatively scheduled, opening of the lunar module's hatch by astronaut David Scott for a first look at the landing site. MOVIE: Sing, Boy, Sing, 6 p.m., Ch. 7: A 1958 drama about an unscrupulous manager (Edmond O'Brien) who molds a hillbilly (Tommy Sands) into a singing star. MOVIE: A Covenant With Death, 6 p.m., Ch. 9: George Maharis and Laura Devon star in a 1967 profile of a murder case and a Mexican American judge. SPECIAL: College All-Star Football, p.m., Ch. 11: The world champion Baltimore Colts take on the College All- Stars in Chicago. WESTERN: Alias Smith and Jones, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: A game of poker ceases to be friendly when one of the players methodically murders the others. With Joseph Campanella. MOVIE: The Neon Ceiling, 8 p.m., Ch. 13: Lee Grant won the 1972 best-actress Emmy for her portrayal of a weak- willed mother who seeks shelter with her daughter in a road- side cafe. With Gig Young. MUSIC: Tommy Hunter, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: A repeat with special guest Hank Snow singing a medley of his hits. SATURDAY SPECIAL: Apollo 15, 6 a.m., Ch. 7 and 13: Tentatively scheduled, coverage of the first lunar walk, aided by the new lunar rover. SPORTS: Baseball, a.m., Ch. S: The Boston Red Sox take on the White Sox at Chicago. SPORTS: U.S. Football, p.m., Ch. 11: Pro football's exhibition season kicks off with the Los Angeles Rams- Houston Oilers Hall of Fame Game. SPECIAL: Pan-American Games, 2 p.m., Ch. J: Cover- age of the sixth Pan-Am Games begins with a profile of Can- ada's 1967 medalists. T LI Trimbles Radio TV Programs ore listed by the radio ond television stations. Any variation in program ttiedulet is due to last-minute changes fay the stations and is not the responsibility of the Herald or Trimbles Tire Supply. CHEC News on the Hour Wthr. on the Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT John Oliver Show Me- 6-00 John Oliver Show Ron Leggc Show 6-45 Country Digest Hit Sound 7-00 BacK 1o the Bible CHEC-FM Voice Of China SATURDAY The Living World John McAllister Sporls Richard Gordon Hr. of Intormatlon Mike Murry John Oliver FRIDAY NIGHT 6-00 World at six Request Action Line Rob Ingram Show News f CJOC ir John Walker Show Hows, Wlhr, Sports Doug Anderson Wayne Barry Show News SATURDAY Wayne Barry Soccer Results CHEC FM if News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour MON. THRU SAT. News Major News Don McMasler Major News Dob Cencie Mike Murry Don Hedman a.m. Don McMaster CBR Radio 1010 Calgary FRIDAY NIGHT Home Run Road Bans News Home Run Livestock Report World at Six Pick of the Goons Sounds Canadian Radio Free Friday News National News Morning Concert Five Niglits a Assignment Week Correspondents Theatre Notice Board Let the People Sing Inter Top Team Sounds Like Europe Action Set Wthr., Music Past Wthr., Road Report Midnight SATURDAY Eye Opener Sound of Britain Part 1 1-07 Regional Wthr. Opera Ttlme Saturday West Playdate Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 llth St. S. 327-2396 MICHELIN X Steels Itself Against Punctures and blowouts. The inner secret of the Michelin 'X' r a dial's strength and resistance to dam- age from all kinds of road haz- ards is steel: A strong, flexible belt of steel bonded to rubber under the tread. Put this steel shield to work for you and your family's safety. And get up to miles and more twice the mileage of ordinary tires. Change-up to 'X'. Michelin 'X' steel-belted radial. LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) News Teleprobe 7 Movie: Shadow Evil p 0 M M tl N 1 T Y ANTIONNA TELEVISION cablevi- sion has always seemed a trifle uncategorical. While Lethbridge viewers may achieve some sense of identity with the two local sta- tions, CJOC-TV and CFCN-TV, and their networks, CBC and CTV, it is difficult to work up allegiance for American chan- nels coming in via Cablevision Lethbridge Ltd. Aside from the two locals, cablevision carries two Mon- tana stations, KFBB-TV and KRTV, which between them program selected shows from all three major American net- works, CBS, NBC and ABC. XFBB-TV and KRTV's news- casts are naturally American and their local items are re- lated to Great Falls events. Most of their regular series, Mannix, Ironside and Marcus Wclby, are also carried on the two Lethbridge stations. It all gets confusing. One may see Ironside on CFCN, then watch the same snow later through Great Falls, then in the sum- mer catch reruns again on the >oth stations. Cablevision is basically a re- ay system. It merely plucks channels out of the air (off- air pick-up, as Cablevision -fithbridge does) or receives hem through microwave (as or Calgary in September, through the Alberta Govern ment Telephones Cablevision in Lethbridge aside from minor local ori programs on Channe produces nothing itself. I simply transfers four stations signals, holus bolus, into home sets. Subscribers are not paying 'or production costs, but foi the purchase and upkeep o relay equipment: cable lines rental on city telephone poles administration and mainte- nance, upkeep of the Eas Butte antenna which relay Great Fails signals north. If cable appears to viewer as an upstart, ungovernabl offspring of broadcasting, has seemed parasitical to com mercial networks. Both Canadian networks CBC and CTV, must g through a yearly traumatic trek to the U.S. "to purchase what they deem the most at- tractive programs for the new season. They must also be cre- ative enough to come up with Canadian productions usual- ly an inordinately expensive proposition. None of I h e s .e problems is the cable owner's. He lets the networks suffer the headaches, then he relays their pain-pro- duced schedules, come what may. The Canadian Radio Televi- sion Commission, in new rul- ings last month, argued cable owners were on to too much of a good Hung. By September, 1972, owners will be paying for the Canadian shows they carry. Thus, if the CBC goes to the expense of producing the Tom- my Hunter Sliow, and Cablevi- sion Lethbridge carries the country-music program, as it does now on CJOC-TV, the ca- ble system will have to fork up some money towards produc- tion expenses. The mechanism for payment was not spelled out by the CRTC, the government-appoint- ed broadcasting regulatory board. It left ftat up to mutual FRIDAY Huckleberry Hound (c) Teleprobe 7 Movie: Sing Boy Sing Here Come tlie Slars Tommy Hunter Hawaii Five-0 SATURDAY Lunar Walk Csrloon Parly Beetle Bailey Fireball XL-5 CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) g re e in e n t by commercial roadcasters and cable compa- ies. The CRTC, in its 41-page pol- cy, also had words to say on multancous broadcasts. If CJOC-TV and a Great 'alls outlet arc due lo carry lie World Series at.the same imc, CJOC-TV may approach able seven days beforehand nd ask that the Great Falls overage be deleted. It may Iso suggest the CJOC-TV how, with its Canadian com- mercials, be fed through the Great Falls channel. Only the Canadian outlet vould carry tile World Series. There is also the proposal that local stations may also ask cable to delete American commercials on Montana chan- nels and replace them with Ca- nadian commercials, at no ex- ra cost to cable. What all this means to the average cable subscriber is: more financially competent Canadian shows (although this does not promise better qual- ty American chan- nels with hybrid commercials, which is okay because Cana- dian channels now are pretty much American-Canadian mix- ;ures; increased rates. The last item is not a sure thing. The CRTC has indicated it will not countenance cable owners passing to customers the cost of subsidizing Cana- dian programs. If cable pro- vides extra programming, then hikes might be acceptable. Letli bridge cable viewers might also find themselves re- ceiving three entirely new Am- erican channels. Under the CRTC statement, Canadian ca- ble may carry up to three U.S. channels via microwave. Since Lethbridge cable relays by off- air pick-up, it could presum- ably hitch into microwave for the full quota of three new channels. Viewers may be content to subscribe to cable on the prin- ciple of "you pays your mon- Uilmour's Albums Sunday at 11 cy and takes your chance." But if the aforementioned terns exude the air of double- think, ponder this: Medical Center, the hcarts- a.m. on CBH. The weekly ra dio show, by Toronto record and movie critic Clyde Gil- mour, features his personal es- timation of items from among and-fluoroscopes scries, cur-1 his collection rcntly runs on different nights' on CFCN-TV, Channel 4 on ca- ble, and on KRTV, Channel 9. Now, if CFGN can insert Ca- nadian commercials into the KRTV showings of the series through cable, what need has CFCN itself of buying the show? Why not spend the mon- ey, which would have been used to purchase Medical Cen- ter, on CFCN productions and sell them lo sponsors too? CFCN would have a mini- network of its own, through ca- ble, and one which would cost it nothing but that of making the commercials. It seems highly probable American channels, hurling from a loss of Canadian rev- enue, would fight that kind of }iracy through every court in :he land. NOTES: Some viewers crit- icize the CRTC for forcing fans to watch commission dictated TV. On the other hand, the CBC and CTV have never ta- ken plebiscites on their sched- ule choices. We always watch what others decide we will watch The Teen Clefs' al- bum, Teen Clefs in the Orient, taped before the Lethbridge girls' choir appeared at Expo 70 in Japan, will be heard on Today's Showrimes 'ARAMOUNT Friday Short Subjects Le Mans" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects Pinocehio" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday Short Subjects 'Women in Love" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "Women in Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Big Jake" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Saturday "Marlowe" "Dirty Dingus One Complete Show 8: SO SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES LHtle People Wrestling of A Place of Your Klahannie Apollo 15 1-30 Sports Week Pan American Games Bugs Bunny Soc'cer FRIDAY Movie: The Neon Rocky and Friends Ceiling I Dream of Jeannie FBI Bewitched (c) !S Hews (c) Movie: Alins Smith and Joiinny Tiner Jones "MO In Conversation 5-55 Thought for Day Flight of Apollo XV Sports Digest Lacrosse Wide Worltl of Sporls Come Tn'jnlhcr fr.) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cahlovision Ch. 9) FRIDAY Toniqlii Show (c) Dastardly find X-ln Anlmiil WnrlH SATURDA f MultlCV 1C) .1.30 Animal worm Groovie jetsons (c) News (c) Dr. Doollttle Baseball 5-30 Andy Griffith Show Harlem Globe- Laurel Valley Golf Movie: Covenant trotters TBA wilt Dciith Archies Fun House News Ironside (c) ScooDcy Doo News News (c) Tho Monkccs (c) Mission Impossible KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) FRIDAY News (c) Nanny one) tho Professor Brady Bunch Family Foothall News Roller Derby EC) SATURDAY Mows Lancelot Link Jerry Lewis Here Como Iho Double Deckers Mot Wheels Sky Hawks Motor Mouse (cl Hurdy Boys