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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ____________________ Wednesday, May 3, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD PAY INCREASED VANCOUVER (CP) City council has volcd ilsolf a six- pcr-cenl pay increase, boosting Mayor Tom Campbell's annual salary to from Aldermen now receive a month up WED IN BRAZIL RECIFE, lirazil (Router) A justice of the peace married 40 couples in a free mass wed- ding near Recife and automati- cally made legilimate 225 chil- dren born out of wedlock. ITV HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Till! Blue 6 p.m., Ch. 7. A story about the unfortunate obsession of an elderly profes- sor with a cafe singer. SPECIAL: Vacation Canada, 8 p.m., C'li. 7. Vacation ideas for history buffs with visits to historic forts and buildings. DOCUMENTARY: Jacques Cousteau, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. Cousteau and the Calypso embark on a treasure hunt. SPECIAL: Creedcnce Clcarwatcr Revival, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. A noted U.S. rock group in concert in Oakland. ADVENTURE: Jason King, p.m., Ch. 13. Profit and revenge are the obsessions driving a kidnapper just re- leased from prison. DOCUMENTARY: People of the Seal, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. A report on Canada's Netsilik Eskimos, a proud, rugged breed, who until recently lived in virtual isolation. MOVIE DRAMA: p.m., Ch. 7. A poignant study of a young girl seeking escape from her lower-class life. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. George Plimpton, Amanda Blake, Joan Collins and the rock group, Three Dog Night, are the guests. THURSDAY MOVIE ADVENTURE: 1 p.m., Ch. 7. In the South Seas a shipwrecked girl encounters an island castaway. MOVIE COMEDY: "Off 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A tale of a boxirig manager who joins the army. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programi Cn listed by the radio and televiiion stations. Any variation In program tchedule h due to lart- minuto change! by the station] and it not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGil! with Contemporary News Jolln DIiver No hard line on radio editorials OTTAWA (CP) Pierre iJuncau, chairman of the Ca- nadian Radio-Television Com- mission, lias moved to allay fears of a hard CRTC line on radio stations' editorial com- ment. Mr. Juneau said In a recent interview I lie commission's recent reprimand of Halifax radio station CIINS. lor an October, 1970, comment on the Miles for Millions pro- gram, was not intended as a general rule for the broad- casting industry. His view seems to be softer than the original commission decision which was for the "information of all licensees." That decision drew critical newspaper comment and cre- ated some anxiety in broad- casting circles. In a March 28 announce- ment, tile commission said CHNS did not give Miles for Millions a fair opportunity to reply to the station's editorial criticism that the voluntary organization was supplying funds to a group "something like our FLQ (Front de Liber- ation du The CHTC announcement said: "The commission issues this public announcement in the particular circumstances of this case as a form of censure against the licensee, Maritime Broadcasting Ltd., and for the information of all licensees." The CRTC said there is no specific penalty for such a "breach" of duty but "it is one of the matters for consid- eration by the commission in determining whether a licen- see should continue to be ii censed." After waving this stick, the CHTC said it docs not plan In reopen the case when CIINS comes up for licence renewal because I his was the "first time the commission has dealt with a matter of this nature." "However, the commission will he particularly interested in the course of action the li- censee follows in dealing with matters of a similar nature in the the CRTC said. The commission had said that a copy of the critical edi- torial by CIINS commentator Clive Schaefcr should have been delivered to Miles for Millions officials before broadcast. The station arranged for a Miles for Millions official to appear on an open-line show about 20 minutes after the edi- torial was first broadcast. The commission said this was the first time Miles for Millions was informed of the contents of the editorial. 'IRRATIONAL RULING' William Heine, editor of London Free Press, wrote in an article for his paper that the announcement was a "most irrational ruling." Free Press owners also control CFPL-TV London and CKNX- TV Wingham. Ont., and radio stations CFPL and CFPL-FM London. "If fri. speech means any- tliing at all, it must include the right to criticize and to do WEDNESDAY NIGHT Dave King Barry Hecland Jack Newfeld THURSDAY Bury! Clark Cnecline WEDNESDAY NIGHT World at Six John Walker Request Line John Charles a.m. Doug Ander son Show CJOC THURSDAY Jim Elliot CBC News fJews, Wthr, Phcne Bill Show Wayne Barry Probe 1220 News, Wthr, Sport News and Grain Prices port Jack Ttiys John Walker World el Six MON. THRU SAT. Don MacMsster Concerls (Bob CHEC FM if News Hourly Wthr. Hclf Hour Consio) Don Hedrr, Sign-Off Don MacMaster Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT Five Nights a ween This Country Vancouver Chamber Radio Noon Orchestra 10; World a! IS News, Sports, Wthr THURSDAY From Ihe Capitals World at 8 .Joon Schools Max Ferguson World at 6 Eye Opener FIRST BECAUSE WE LAST MODEL TC-630 PORTABLE STEREO CENTRE Solid state circuitry provides 20 watts of pure stereo music pow- er, utilizing speakers housed in detachable lid. Other features include 2 professional VU meters, rctraclomatic pinch-roller for easy (heading, 3 head, 3 speed 3-U and 1 Sound-on-sound, separate switches for power amplifier and pre-amplifier, speaker switch for external speaker, echo effect, slide volume con- trols, lape counter. Complete with 2 SONY dynamic micro- phones, connecting cord and reel caps. Suggested Price See the complete Sony tine at ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS and Pholoy'ia.pnic Centet 5th it. i. Phone 328-692J MOVIES YOU LIKE BEST PINCHER CRfcEK Fox Theatre "BILLY JACK" In Technicolor. Starring Tom Laughlin end Delores Taylor. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 3, 4, 5 and 6. Wednesday show at p.m. Restricted adult. TABER Tower Theatre "SUMMER OF 142" in color, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, May 3. 4, and 5. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. so freely, subject fo tho laws (in libel anil The Free Press said. The newspaper said that the rights of free speech in Can- lirrn; been abridged if L'llNS newscasters csinnnt ex- press opinions about Miles for Millions without first deliver- ing copies of the criticism to the Robert MeCleave, Conserva- I i v e HP for Halifax-East Hants, asked Mr. Juneau at a Commons broadcasting com- niittec. meeting in mid-April whether the CKTC ruling is a regulation applying to all radio stations. Mr. MeCleave is a former broadcaster. The CKTC chairman replied that Mr. Schaefer's comment was a ''very vicious attack" on Miles for Millions only four days after Quebec labor min- ister Pierre L a p o r t e was found murdered, allegedly by the FLQ. RUINED PROGRAM Mr. Schaefer's comparison of one of the groups supported by Miles for Millions funds to the FLQ ruined the Miles for Millions program in Halifax thai year, Mr. Juneau said. "This announcement was adcirescd to that stdion as a public reprimand because the commission felt it was sueh an important he said. It was not intended as a general rule-. He said Ihe only rule apply- ing lo broadcasters is con- tained in the Broadcasting Act. The Act says that "the programming provided by the Canadian broadcasting sys- tem should provide rea- sonable, balanced opportunity for Ihe expression of differing views on matters of public concern." Mr. MeCleave asked whether Ihe CRTC will require radio sta- tions to deliver critical material to the people criticized before broadcast. Mr. Juneau said this would not be required. "It is being said that broad- casters will take note of such a thing and become very reti- cent about the attitude of their news Mr. Ju- neau said. "That would be very unfor- tunate." Kose's bail bid refused MONTREAL