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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS! MONDAY Sl'OHT: Baseball, p.m., Ch. 9. The first oflO Monday night games with Detroit Tigers meeting the Twins at Bloomington. MOVIE DRAMA: "Woman Times 7 p.m., Ch. 13. Sliirley MacLaine dons many guises in these vignettes. WATER WORLD, Lloyil Briilgess, p.m., Ch. 7. Lloyd's two sons join Mm on an exploration lor sunken relics of World War II, wlu'le on the surface he shows them how- to handle two tense situations at sea fog and fire. DOCUMENTARY: "Of All 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Tills is the debut of a scries about ordinary, everyday people who never make the headlines. INTERVIEW: Distinguished Canadians, p.m., Cli. 7. Tonght's guesl is author Hugh MacLennan. INTERVIEW: Daviil Frosl, 12 midnight, Cli. 13. The subject is family trees with three special guests. TUESDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "Trooper 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A woman found during a raid on an Apache village is treated with contempt when it's discovered she bore a son to the Chief. MOVIE ADVENTURE: 1 p.m., Cli. IS Rock Hudson and Claudia Cardinale romp tlirough a farci- cal spy melodrama. Canadian TV's future 'bleak' ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings By CAKOL KENNEDY LONDON (CP) The shadow of the American giant will continue to frustrate ef- forts to pump more Canadian content into Canadian televi- sion, says a British author who recently publisheda study of TV around the world. He sees the French-language output in Quebec as "the lone outpost of Canadian televi- sion." In his book The Universal Eye, published by The Bodley Head, writer Timothy Green says the Canadian Radio-Tele- vision Commission under Pierre Juneau had "fine in- tentions" wilh its attempts to build up native talent on the box, but he questions whether those intentions will work out. The growth of cable TV, Green suggests, may mean that within a few years Cana- dians will be able to rune into 10 or 12 channels, fragmenting the existing audience for CBC and CTV and "seriously un- dercutting their attraclion to advertisers." He quotes the managing direclor of one leading Cana- dian commercial station as saying: "Quite soon the Americans will be able to place their advertising for the Canadian market on Ameri- can channels, which will be Program! listed by the radio and televition Jtalionl. Any variation in program tthedVn due to lost- mrnule changes by the stations and It not the reipon- tibllily of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centra. CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News MONDAY NIGHT Jack Newtcld Dave KFng Barry Hegland MONDAY NIGHT fll Six John VJalkcf Request Line John Charles Doug Anderson Show TUESDAY Buryl ClarX CJOC TUESDAY 6; CO CBC News Jim Elliott Phone Bill Shew Barry CHEC-Llne Leo John Oliver Dave King News end Grain Price) Jack Thys Parly Line John VteSfcer World at Six CHEC FM Nesvs on the Hour Wthr. on the Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. Don Don MacMasle Don Hedman a.m. Sign-Off CBR Radio 1010 Colgary From The Eye Opener Five Week Ideas Ur30 Grooveyard i TUESDAY Eye Opener MONDAY NIGHT at Three Men In n Boat Recorded Music Between Oursclve: Quebec Now _ _ _ ____ News, Wftir, Sport World at Eight CLCC CLCC Broadcasts over Cableviston Ch. 7 Monday thru Friday Weoiher Half Hour John Malakoff News Major Newj News Carol Sears Dunne Meyon Doug Gossen Dave g This Country Radio Noon Take It from Here Max Ferguson Ho ma Run News Worfct at Six Summer Time is SONY RADIO TIME For the best selection of the world's best radios see SONY at ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo and fholoyiaplilc Centet 419 5th St. S. Phone 328-6922 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevislon Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT DMlnnuh Lei's Make a Deal Canadian; Tefeprobe 7 Irish Rovers Davfd Frost Water World Partridge Famtfy Cannon Front Page Challenge (c) Of All People (cl Teleprobe 7 Avengers TUESDAY Farm and Ciiy Today Mr. Dressup Friendly Giant rt-ez Helene Sesame Street Romper Room Ripcord Movte: Trooper Hook Summer Town Take 30 Edge ct Nlgnl Family Court Drop In or Consequences CFCN Lethbridge Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) David Pierre Berlon Bewitched TUESDAY ,3.30 Btat ,ha doc Thought for Day Movie: University of Air HI LlQhls (c) Fashions Yoga In Conversation All About Facet 55 Norm MONDAY NIGHT Family Alfair 70-09 (c) News Beat the clock Movie: Woman Times Seven Nichols Pig and Whistle rronslda News News (c) jcen in every home here. What is the future for Green says that CBC ts large government grant clearly stands the best chance of survival in this bleak pros- pect. He notes that a new stimulant will spur Canadian television thia year with the first domestic communica- tions satellile in North Amer- ica, three of whose 10 opera- tional channels will be used by CBC. But although this will ex- tend the range of Canadian TV, bringing dwellers in the Far North into the fold, Green says it "will not roll back the American giant, whose shadow will continue to dog every effort to Canadianizc Canadian TV." Green, a 36-year-old former correspondent for Life maga- zine and author of several books, sees Canadian TV as a "lifeline holding the nation to- gether." He says Canada has no national newspapers and "precious few and quotes a TV news direc- tor in Toronto as saying: "I don't think Canada could sur- vive without CDC." But Canadians, who spend an average four hours a day watching TV, "have displayed little loyalty towards their own says Green He found they spend two- SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES liirds of lliut time watching American channels, wilh only lockcy matches luring tliem >y the million back lo the na- tional network. In Quebec, however, he finds the "lone outpost of Ca- nadian where the language barrier has forced both CBC's French network and private commercial sta- tions into successfully creat- ing their own programs. Green describes CBC's French-language output as "the most heartening viewing in Canada." "French-speaking Canadi- ans have shown enormous loy- alty to their own network, which lias responded with a remarkably wide range of pr o g r a m says Green, praising the mixture of Mont- real-oriented "tele-romans" with serious documentary and drama programming. G r e c n 's global survey traces the phenomenal growth of television in the last 20 years. The world's stock of sets has risen from a mere five million in 1950 to 250 mil- lion in 1970 and national serv- ices range from the U.S. com- mercial colossus to tiny shoestring stations like Gi braltar Television, with i yearly budget of and a staff of 12 producing five hours of TV nightly for sets. The Suffolk-born author who finished his university ed ucation in Canada, spins th Monday, June 15, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Sewer project given approval ial on viewing habits around lie world. West Germans, he iiscloscs, are mad about det- :ctive dramas; 400 million persons in 82 countries regu- irly watch Bonanza, the Western series starring Cana- dian-born Lome Greene; no- body in Poland answered their .elephoncs wlu'le the BBC's Forsyte Saga was showing; and Japan's publicly-owned NHK is the only TV channel in the world to have its big- gest audience at 7 a.m. The Japanese emerge from Green's book as the world's most compulsive TV watch- ers, the majority spending half their leisure hours in front of the box, For an hour before NHK's 7 a.m. news bulletin, more than nine mil- lion Japanese are glued to their sets watching educa- tional programs or a course in calisthenics. Green finds Britain has the world's most enviable reputa- tion for the quality of its TV programs. He traces the roots ot us nourishing home-grown talent lo the publicly-owned BBC's voluntary restriction of imported material to 14 per cent of program level to wliicli the rival commercial network must also adhere. Television is a natural mar- ket in Britain for writers and directors, says the United States where they may feel restricted by the re- quirements of program spon- sors. EDMONTON (CP) The Al- berta government has approv- ed sewer and waterworks con- struciton worth a total of million. Busy days ahead for port WINNIPEG (CP) The manager of the Port of Churc- hill, Allan Wokes, says pros- pects for the port are for the busiest season on record. Mr. Wokes says between nine and 10 million bushels of barley and 18 million bushels of wheat already have been booked for export through the northern Manitoba port. The first ship Is expected to arrive in Churchill July 26 01 27. Environment Minister Bill Yurko said the projects includa a water and sewer cx- .ension in Fort Saskatchewan, a waterworks improve- ment at Bonnyville, a water treatment plant at Slave Lake and water and sewer extensions at Brooks. The department also ap- proved construction of public swimming pools at Stony Plain, Spruce Grove and Hanna as as coaslruclion by Imper- ial Oil Enterprises Ltd. of a distribution terminal in south- east Calgary. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Ce i lifted Dental Mechanic SuilQ 8-304 5lh SI. S. Ph. 327-7244 Blindfold (c) Wtiars the Good Word (c) Another World Anylhing You Con Do (O Batman (c) Buckshot Family Affair (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) MONDAY MIGHT News News Baseball Here's Lucy Dorfs Day News {c J Tonight Show TUESDAY Our World VJUF worio n.jv wgnc Salute to Agriculture Newi Today Show ft) Doctors Today In Morgana Annlher World Concen1 ration (c) Edge cf Night Sals of Century Love American Squares (c) Slyfe (c) Jeopardy (c) Family Affair Who, What, Where Lucy Show (O Game Amateur's Guide lo News Love (c) Love is a Many My Threa SplencJored Thing (c) world Turns News News (c) KFBB-TV Great Falls ChcmneT 5 (Cablavision Ch. 11) MONDAY NIGHT TUESDAY Password (c) Farm Newi News Caplain Kangaroo Jack LaLann. (c) Audrey fc) Threa on a Ga If oping Gourmet Dating Heaitis seecnd Bewifcfied Password Nows Bevjltched (c) Dream Factory Movie: Curie of lhe Fly News Mary Tyler Moore Movie: Quick, Be- iflVsl) Search "for fore it Wells Tomorrow Afl Chtfcfren a Deal (c) NewEywed News Secret Storm (c) Lives to CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "BLESS THE BEASTS AND CHILDREN" In Color. The hunters the prey, and the heroes. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, June 12, 13 and 14. Monday show at p.m. Adult not suitable lor children. PINCHER Fox Theatre "WOODSTOCK" In Technicolor. Starring Joan Baez, Joe Cocker, Crosby, Still and Nash, plus many more. Mon- day, Tuesday and Wednesday, June 12, 13 and 14. Mon- day show at p.m. Restricted adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "NO BLADE OF GRASS" In Color. Starring Jean Wal- lace and Nigel Patrick. Monday, Tuesday and Wednes- day, June 12, 13 and 14. Monday show at p.m. Restricted adult. TABER Tower Theatre "THE HOSPITAL" In Color. Starring George C. Scott. Monday and Tuesday, June 12 and 13. Monday shows at and p.m. Adult not suitable for children. Mine workers to be laid off COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT1 CITY OF LETHBRIDGE The Community Services Department announces PUBLIC HOURS COMMENCING JUNE 13, 1972 SIR ALEXANDER GALT MUSEUM West end of 5th Avenue South SUNDAYS and HOLIDAYS: p.m. TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS: p.m. WEDNESDAYS, FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS: p.m. CLOSED AU MONDAYS EXCEPT HOLIDAYS CANMOEE, AHa. (CP) More than half the 184 men working at the coal operation of Caumore Mines Ltd. will be laid off Aug. 7 because of slumping coal markets. President Roy Jenkins said tlie layoffs will add about 100 men to the 51 who were laid ofi last winter and in early April. Negotiations with the mine's major customers in Japan this week resulted in sales well below those that were antici- pated. The Japanese had earlier indi- cated .they would take tons of coat in 1972 but they now will buy only tons tills WHICH SCENE WILL YOU MAKE year and another tons In the first three months of 1973, he said. "Tlie chances of retirement before the first quarter of next year are slim." The company is owned by Dil- lingham. Corp. of Hawaii. Although 80 per cenb of the company's sales are to Japan, the firm's outlook is not all dim, Mr. Jenkins said. "There is also as big a mar- ket for our type of coal in East- ern Canada as there is in Japan." Canmore was attempting to Increase domestic sales and last year two purchases were made from Europe, a market the firm is trying to enlarge. The mine is in the Rocky Mountains 50 miles west of Cal- gary. Cool bats interest Dr. Ranch WINNIPEG (CP) A Uni- versity of Manitoba zoologist is collecting bats and hopes to learn how they manage to keep their cool. Dr. J. C. Rauch says bats, In winter hibernation, lower their body temperature to just above the point of freezing. She said a study of the bats' slowing of physiological func- tions might be applicable to cooling humans for some oper- ations. Dr. Hauch said she needs at least 200 bats a year and is looking for supply sources for tlie next 10 years. Not communicating? When the conversation slops, maybe Iho dancing should start. Dancing brings you close, nothing comes closer. Are you always on ihe of fun and friends on the outside looking in simply because you can't dance or aren't confident social- ly? Rediscover who! it's like lo hold some- one Tn your arms again. Unwind, Relax lose your uplighfs, impassible lo sustain an argument on tha danco floor. Try Dancing Try it. Dancing brings you iogether emotion- ally and physicoly. This vacation be pre- pared to meet new, exciting people that would love to be your friends. Let our ex- pert instructors show you I he best "fun" Insurance available. 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I COME TO THE W KAMA SUTRA I WANT TO SHOW YOU color GWEN ACRES GATES OPEN P.M. ONE COMPIETE SHOW AT P.M. TONIGHT and TUESDAY 2 FIRST RUN FEATURES 2 A rage for speed, an urge for women... WHEELS Login Ramsey coii HIT "AND SOON THE DARKNESS" NO- 2 IN TECHNICOLOR ALL THEATRES COMFORTABLY AIR CONDITIONED MONTE CARLO DANCE ACADEMY IS SPONSORING A Dance-A-Thon SATURDAY, JULY 1 wilh oil proceeds 1o CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION Nome of Sponsor.............. Address.............................. Telephone............................ Pledge: Number of hours and amount per hour, Mall coupon lo Monlc Carlo Dance Academy. 535 13lh Si. N. FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT ____ WALT OISNCVS i KM DAUNATIANS TODAY and TUESDAY Matinee Tuesday at 1 p.m. RESTRICTED ADUI.T PARAMOUNT TONIGHT and TUES. AT 8.00 P.M. ONIY ;