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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Montana state coffers bulge HELENA, Mont. (AP) The Montana department of revenue reports that in the first 11 months of the fiscal year which ends June state coffers have been enriched by more than million. The department said that fig- ure is nearly million more than was received by the state at this time last year, for an increase of more than 15 per cent. Bill would ban children's ads OTTAWA (CP) In the 1950s, before he married, en- tered politics or started his family of six, Jim McGrath sold children's advertising to tele- vision stations. This Tuesday, In what he says is one of his biggest achievements in 11 years in pol- itics, the Newfoundland Con- servative MP leads off Com- TV HIGHLIGHTS MONDAY SPORT: Baseball, p.m., Cb. 9. The San Francisco Giants meet the Mets at New York. REPEAT PROGRAMS: Doris Day, Rollin', Partridge Family, Sanford and Son, Cannon, Medical Center, Pig and Whistle, Ironside. INTERVIEW: V.I.P., 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Wrestler Whipper Billy Watson and Senator Keith Davey are the guests. INTERVIEW: Merv Griffin, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Singer- oomposer Mac Davis, Sergio Mendes and Brasil 77, Buddy Greco and Charo are the guests. TUESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Woman Times 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Shirley MacLaine dons many guises in these vignettes of a woman trying to capture her husband's affection. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the res- ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC Morley McGill and Allan Bell: Contemporary News; Doug Marvin: Contem- porary Sports; Leo Dow: Farm News Music We Remember: Sunday Morn- ings MONDAY thru FRIDAY Fsrm News News Buryl Clark News Farm News Cattle Prices News News News Bob Hesketh News Chec-llne Chec Trading Leo Dow John Oliver CJOC News Sports Grain Prices Call of the John Oliver Post 3-00 Dave Jack Neuteld Paul Jessie' Land News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whiff, Bill Matheson; Sport Brent and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card MONDAY NIGHT News Stan Bailey Show Sports News World at Six Stan Bailey Show MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 s.m.-12 noon Don McMaster II noon-6 p.m. Dell-0 6 p.m. -10 p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m -12 midnight Concerts, Overtures 6 end Encores (Bob Concie) Bruce Bowie Jim Parsons TUESDAY CBC News Jim Elliott Phone Bill Show Ask the Doctor CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Don Hedman t p.m.-l a.m. Dell-0 SUNDAYS p.m. Concerts, Overtures and Encores Show Jack Thys News and Grain Prices Jack Thys Stan Bailey Show Probe 1220 World it Six (Bob Concie) 1-7 p.m. The Gasthaut Hour (German program) 2-4 p.m. Don Redman 6 p.m.-l 2 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) CBR Radio 1010 Calgary MONDAY NIGHT Ideas News Groove Yard World at Six TUESDAY As It Happens Warmup Music of Our People Eye Opener Identities World at Eight News, Wthr, Sport Calgary Eye From the Capitals Opener ________ Five Nights a Week The World at Nine News CBC Signal World This Country Radio Noon Stock Market Take It from Max Ferguson Bob Kerr BBC News Home Run Six Don't Miss Reading The LcthkUge Herald CHINOOK COMING OUT TUESDAY 'Included with your copy of The Herald) Southern Alberta's LARGEST Rural Circulation Readers CJOC-TV Channel 7 (CablevisTon Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT News, Sports, Wthr Street Hollywood Squares Crossfire Lassie Get Smart David Frost News TUESDAY Outdoor Living Pjnncchio Wildlife Unlimited Going Places News, Farm and Partridge Family Cltv Cannon Children's Cinema This is the Law Mon Am] Friendly Giant Mr. Press Up V.I.P. What on Earth National News Truth or Consequences Let's Make a Deal Nancy Miller Galloping Gourmet Joan wawtleld Take 30 Edge of Night Family Court Drop In Hollywood SQuarM CFCN Lethbridge Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) MONDAY NIGHT Star Trek News Beat the Clock Doris Day Rollin' Sanford and Son Medical Centra Pig 'n Whistla Ironside News News Merv Griffin TUESDAY Thought for Day University of Air Romper Room A M. Uncle Bobby Community Calendar Cartoons Parians Francais ____ Trouble with Tracy Anything Supermarket Do Yoga Buckshot Pierre Berlon Star Trek Life Style Eye Bet Family Affair Movie: Woman Times Seven Somerset Another World What's Good Word You Can KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) MONDAY NIGHT News Baseball Here's Lucy Doris Day News Tonight Show TUESDAY Our World 00 Today Show World oo Today in Montana News 30 Pyramid Doctors 00 Sale of Century Another World 30 Hollywood Squares 00 Jeopardy :30 Who, whit, Where Game v.i-j uui vvui iu iu.55 NfiWS Salute to Agriculture Baffle 10-0 10: Match Game Secret Storm Mike Douglas Joker's Wild News News 13 KFBB-TV Great Channel 5 (Cabtevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY News MONDAY NIGHT Password News News Trulh or Consequences The Rookies Movie: TBA 10.00 News Movie: Welcome Home Johnny Bristol Captain Kangaroo News jack LaLanna Audrey Galloping Gourmet Young and tha Restless 10.30 Cearcn tor Tomorrow All My Children Make a Deal Newlywed Game News General Hospital One Life to Live of Our LIvH Dinah's Place Three on a Match Dating Game Split Second BewltrhN) Password moos committee bearings that he predicts will ban such adver- tising. "There's no doubt about it, it'll be the 41-year-old member from St. John's East says about his private bill tick eted for five days of hearings. The .bill would amend the Broadcasting Act to ban all ad- vertisements "during the broad' cast of a program devoted to children." If passed, it should be in effect before toy manufac- turers launch their intensive pre-Christmas sales pitch later this year. Mr. McGrath and advocates of the ad ban will be pitted at the bearings against the formi- dable interests of public and private broadcasting concerns, toy manufacturers, grocery and cereal pressure groups and ad vertising advisory boards. CAB OPPOSED One of the groups, the Cana- dian Association of Broad- casters has estimated its members will lose between and million a year in ad revenue if the McGrath bill passes. The CAB has taken steps to tighten up restrictions on children's advertising but is working to prevent a total ban. CONCERNS DISMISSED Mr. McGrath dismisses these concerns with characteristic bluntness. Advertising revenue now directed at children's pro- grams should simply be shifted to evening prime-time pro- grams, it belongs." Childrens' shows should be maintained the same way reli- gious and some public affairs programs institutional advertising or none at all, he says. CLAIMS SUPPORT Letters of support have poured in from, consumer groups and parents' associ- ations and he happily accepts a role as a catalyst massing "a lot of latent public concern." His bill has been quoted widely in broadcast journals, used in U.S. hearings on the subject of children's advertising conducted by defeated presiden- tial candidate George McGovern and has gained sup- port from all parties in the commons. He lashes out anew at the evils he says flow from such programs as the Saturday CBC Bugs Bunny-Road Runner most violent show on hard and soft sell methods of putting sales pitches across to children. The reaction to such com- mercials by his six children brought hi to face with a fundamental question: is it morally right to address a sales message to a child." "Children are not purchasers, they are protected in the mar- ret place, shielded by labor laws against exploitation and cannot enter sales contracts. mummy, june 11, inE icmMIUlrB HERALD f Neto hairstyle Montreal hairdresser Zaidah displays her new "hair- She says the idea came to her at four in the morn- ing, and her husband obliged by shaving her head. Many persons have already complemented Zaidah on her while ethers have been content merely to stare. Heart surgery for four children SANTA ROSA, Calif. (AP) Ruby Costello's four chil- dren will undergo open heart surgery June 26. The 18, Richard, 15, Kevin, 13, and Karen, born with faulty heart valves. Also, Ka- ren has a hole in a major vein leading to her heart.___ "The children all waniTto have the Mrs. Costello said. "David plays Babe Ruth baseball, but he can't run like normal kids, he gets very tired. The operation will let them lead a more nor- mal life." HOUSE of BOOKS LTD. Wishes to announce to Its customers that MR. ANDY RUSSELL Author of "HORNS IN THE HIGH COUNTRY" Will be in the store to autograph copies of this new book Friday, June 15th at p.m. HOUSE of BOOKS LTD. Twin Butte novelist winner EDMONTON (CP) In the first novelist competition of is kind conducted by an Canadian province, 48-year-old Jan Truss of Water Valley, a former school teacher, was awarded the top prize. Follow-up winners were Ce- cilia Frey of Calgary and Fred Stenson, 21, of Twm Butte. Distinguished mention went to Pauline Harrison of Edgerton. The competition, open only to Albertans who have never before had a novel published, attracted 98 entries, to the sur- prise of the sponsoring cultural affairs department's creative writing division which had ex- pected 15 at most. Mrs. Truss won a cash award and a publishing con- tract guaranteeing a ad- vance against royalties by MacMillan Co. of Canada Ltd. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "WHEN THE LEGENDS DIE" In color. Starring Rich- ard Widmark and Frederick Forrest. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, June 11, 12 and 13. Monday show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "BLOODY MAMA" In color. Starring Shelley Winters. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, June 11, 12 and 13. Monday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre 'THEY ONLY KILL THEIR MASTERS" In Metrocolor. Starring James Garner and Katherine Ross. Monday and Tuesday, June 11 and 12. Monday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "STAND UP AND BE COUNTED" In color. Starring Stella Stevens and Jacqueline Bisset. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, June 11, 12 and 13. Monday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Scorpio" Last Complete Show Adult, Not Suitable for Children PARAMOUNT CINEMA "Play It As It Lays" "Limbo" Last Complete Sihow Restricted Adult COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Five Fingers of Death" Last Complete Show Adtlt, Not Suitable for Children GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Carry on Loving" "High Wild and Free" One Complete Show Adult Big music money in U.S. TORONTO (CP) Aspiring musicians now may attain success in Canada but to make any significant amount of money they still have to go to the United States. At least, that is how David Clayton- Thomas, ex-Toronto musician, ex-member of the successful rock band Blood, Sweat and Tears and now a millionaire, seeesit. In Toronto to tape three CBC-TV specials which will expose the repertoire of his first solo album since leaving Blood, Sweat and Tears more than a year ago, David said he left Canada because he could find nothing to get ex- cited about here. "In the early 1960s we had no music industry in Can- he said in an interview. "Everything we had came from the United States and there was no way to make a living here. "That has all changed. There are producers and stu- dios here now. An artist can live in Canada and make records comparable to any- where in the world and for recording artists, that's the studio, the producer, the people you've got to work with." The new solo album in- cludes hits such as Spinning Wheel, Lucretia MacEvil and You Made Me So Very Happy. IN AWE OF U.S. What brought about the transformation in the Cana- dian music industry is the change in the Canadian atti- tude; the realization that ev- erything does not come from the United States. "It is the American environ- ment we live Clayton- Thomas said. "American TV, American movies, American business, grocery stores and everything. We grew up, I think, slightly in awe of the United States and although it is still a prev- alent Canadian attitude the music industry in Canada is overcoming it. They are be- ginning to realize that Canadi- ans are talented and they are asking themselves why couldn't we have kept them "I can he said, pointing to Yorkville Ave. from his suite on the 28th floor of a luxury "when they were bringing third-rate singers to Yorkville from the U.S. and paying them top dollars, when Gord Lightfoot, who is first-rate in anybody's book, was trudging up and down going from cof- fee house to coffee house, trying to get a job. "There were others Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Buffey of m down there in those a week rooms, in those little shacks in Yorkville. had to leave to survive." DIETRICH DENTURE CLJNIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Suilt 5th ft. I. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbridfe paramount cinema TONITE and TUES. FIRST SHOW 7 P.M. "AN IMPRESSIVE FILM.1 -Gtm Shim, A FRANK PERRY FILM ANTHONY PERKINS -TUESDAY NEU TLAYITASirUYS1 RESTRICTED ADULT HIT NO. 2 IN COLOR LIMBO IN COLOR Starring KATE JACKSON MOM. AND TUES. FIRST SHOW AT 7 P.M. green acres drive-in Mayor Dr. Couttt Hwy, 327-1100 TONITE and TUESDAY SECOND FEATURE FAMILY an incredible summer on a ______mm ftjtfyjfif ffflrQ flflMPtt GATES OPEN 9 P.M. ONE COMPLETE" SHOW P.M. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN 8th St. 4th AM. Sonh. 327-5100 TONITE and TUES. AT P-M. SIGHTS AND SOUNDS LIKE NEVER BEFORE ADULT NOT FOR CHILDREN college cinema Avt Mivor Mtpafli Or, NOW SHOWING AT P.M. HOTEL TAVERN TONIGHT THRU SATURDAY 'Ghost National String Band' DINE AND DANCE LOUNGE (NO COVER CHARGE) TONIGHT thru SATURDAY "BEACON HILL" RED COACH LOUNGE TONIGHT thru SATURDAY "RON ROWE" HOTEL CORNER 4th AVE. and 7th ST. S. PHONE 327-3191 1 COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING and MUSEUM June June June Fri., June 15 Snt., Juno June 17 Mon., June FRITZ SICK FOR SPRING Swim 1 5 Swim 1-5 p.m. Family Swim 6-8 Swim. (Adulls Only) 12-1 p.m. Public Swim 1-5 p.m. and 8-10 p.m. LIONS POOL Swim 1 p.m. and Swim t p.m. and Swim 1 p.m. and Swim and 6-30-9 Swim 1-5 and 6-9 Swim 1-5 and 6-9 Swim and p.m. HENDEftSOM Swim 1-9 Swim 1-9 Swim 1 9 Swim 1-9 Swim 1 Public Swim 1-9 p.m. 1-9 Swim 1-9 p.m. i! Slft ALEXANDER SALT 5 p.m. ;