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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, 1971 THE HERALD 5 HIGHLIGHTS m U.S. networks feeling the pinch MONDAY DEBATE: Under Attack, p.m., Ch. 7: A minisler- leader of the Washington March for Peace finds Gcd is not necessarily on his side when a'.tacked for his hawkish views on Vietnam. DRAMA: Medical Center, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: Peter Stiauss portrays a proud, unemployed man who has a sick wife and a young baby to erne foi. NATURE: The Dam Builders, p.m., Ch. 7: A study of how the beaver and man affect their environments by building dams. COMEDY: Carol Burnett, p.m., Ch. 13: Guests are Bemadette Peters and Mike Douglas. DRAMA: The Bold Ones, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: Actor Jem- Lewis, chairman of the Muscular Dystrophy Association of America, directed this episode about a child suffering from the disease. With Joanne Linville. RELIGION: Servant or Servants, 10 p.m., Ch. 7: An ex- panded, one-hour Man Alive format looks at the changing role of the papacy. DRAMA: Ironside, 10 p.m., Ch. 13: A van-driving detec- tive strikes a woman victim who has a long history of mak- ing insurance claims for similar accidents. With Juamta Moore. TALK: Dick p.m., Ch. 11: Guests tonight include Edward Albee, author of the vitriolic Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? TUESDAY MOVIE: Half Angel, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: A shy young muse finds her sleepwalking is involving her in a romantic esca- pade. Stars Loretta Young and Joseph Gotten. MOVIE: Once More, With Feeling, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: Yul Brynner and Kay Kendall star in a 1960 comedy about an orchestra conductor and his suspicious wife. NEW YORK LAP) The I passed radio and mwine. 20 -press Mm re- Trimbles Prosrami ore lilted by the radio Any variation in program srudule to nsibility or the MONDAY NIGHT 5-00 Probe World at Six Request Actian Line Farm Report if CJOC i( 5 30 Jim Elliott 1 00 New_s__ and 6 00 News, Wlhr, Sport 7 50 News, Wthr, Sport Par" 0 J5 Phone Bill Chaw 3 30 if CHEC if MONDAY NIGHT 6 50 Farm Show 6-05 Dinner Showcase 7.30 News, Wthr, Sport BUI Brown Major News Back to the Bible _ George Ferguson 7.30 The Voice of China Musical Interlude Monday thru Thursday CHEC-FM News fifteen minutes f, 00 John Henry Oliver TUESDAY 5 30 Ron Rosvold 4 35 Slock Market i 50 Sports, News, Weather Bill Brown Chuck Tanner 12 00 Ron Legge CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary Consumers 11-03 Matinee Artists 11 33 Songs from I Classics MONDAY NIGHT Tempo 6 00 World at six Supplement 12.03 Music Past Jazz for the Record Midnight As It .lappens TUESDAY National News 10-10 From the Capitals 6.05 Eye Opener 10-15 Five Night A 8 00 World at Eight Week 8 15 Commentary 10-30 Theatre 10 30 8-30 News and Weather Distinguished Gerrusi! 12-03 Radio Noon Afternoon 2 03 School Broadcast Matinee Afternoon Concert A 00 BBC Hews 10 Tempo Max Ferguson Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 llth St. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL With the latest electronic equipment you get vital services and performance checks. Come in ioday! All repairs fully guaranteed! PLUS PARTS 8 CYLINDER PLUS PARTS LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT 5 30 Teleprofae 7 6.00 Farm Show 6.30 Under 7.30 The World We Live In 8-00 Partridge Family 8.30 Front P.iqe Challrnne 9-00 The Sold Ones Man Alive (c) 11 00 News (cl 11 20 Tcleprobe 7 II JO Movie. Charlie Chan m Eoypt TUESDAY" 6 45 Something To Think About 9 00 Farm Facts t 10 Pmnochio and Oz 9 30 Mr. Dressup 10 00 Canadian Schools 10-30 Friendly Giant remainder cf this decade. i we know it A wrenching economic! Michael Dana, who plotted squeeze, coupled with the loss of' CBS's programming stra.egy at cigarette advertising, has "f forced the reUvojks to cut budg- ets and staffs, rttiench on pro- gram development and news, sell commercial time at cut rates, and openly compete with local stations for sparse adver- tising dollars. Income of the three networks was down 13.3 per cent in Janu- ary compared willi January, 1970. making it the worst month television has ever experienced, the Television Bureau of Adver- tising reported. The January total was S138.8 million; a year ago it was SIM million Ciga- rette advei tising, now banned from the air by Congress, ac- counted for million in Janu- ary, 1970. The dint of government edict and economic reality will force j the networks to face up to in- 1 creasing program costs, the eed for better children's pro- jamming, the shutout of incle- tendent producers, arid their trangling commitment to the ommon denominator of public aste. HELD PRIME TIME The networks must yield ours a week of prime time this all in favor of local program- ming and lelinquish thel- lucra- ive partnership in the syndica- ion of network castoffs, by rder of th; Federal Communi- atic-ns Commission. Moreover, the industry is hreatened in the future by the nexorable advance of technolo- television and cas- television itself by- flO'C and the i-., Sentenced to death the heighfof its rating JIQSCOW (AP) A court m said, "it would be a nus- ,he ukraine ssntenced six po- take to assume th.u a healthy iicemen to death before a firing au-a economy would return the net-: here for collaboration czum.' works "to toe pufit levels of mth Nazi occupation troops dur-' the u ing the Second World War. The sr.d days will never return i Sovjet news agency Tass named j th; t :he loss of cigarette ly more tlian the movies will j a former chief of district adu-i ve got a real -.PH.- dropping an last sum-: I am, head of the n'cnt at the Ted i '.-ing Agency and i'.-.ein.'.ional Radio -i, n s.iid he believes .v p.nch on the net- temporary. "Ad- s very vuhierable v.i-.-n a company is .1 cjst squeeze that's 'ins that is he when you combine Big snow bill MONTREAL (CP> Tr.f al- most 20 inches of snow dumped on Montreal this week will cost the city Sli million for snow a spokesman for the adnurisira'ion DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. KOSAC University of Ai fl 30 Carol Burnell (c) 8.Oil Miss Helen 9 30 Piq and Whislle 8 15 Sand Box (c) TO'OO Ironside 9 00 Ed Allen 11 00 News (c) 9 15 Parlons FrancatS 9 30 Buckshot lc) Dangerrr 10 00 Educi week 11 f-li Prv'c 11 30 Mfl" Trap (c.1 13 00 Bpat the Clock (c) 17 10 Buckshot (c) 1 m Movie Once More Vv'ilh reeling (c) 1 famous Jury Trials 3 H) Another World 3 30 Trouble With Tracy 4 OJ Pitrre Berton (c) 30 Wynne's Pad icj 5 00 Fhntslones (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 {Cablevision Ch. 9) 7 CO Today (c) 11 30 A-, the World Turns 8 00 Today m Montana 13 00 Days uf Our Lives 8 30 Concentration (c) 12 30 The Doctors (c) 9 00 Family Affair (c) 1 00 Another Vuarld --7 insg WSIN as' ttx'. 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