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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETHBRIDGE HFBALD Friday. SUMMERTIME COPS Students, who have just completed Iheir first year in at the University of Victoria, leave Victoria police headquarters afler being sworn in os constables. The students are participating in an annual program sponsored by the city police which enables potential lawyers to observe, through first-hand experience, how the forces of law and order operate. (CP Wirepholo) Titles: BAKU, MATFU, PLUS A COMEDY FEATURE PARAMOUNT CINEMA SUNDAY, MAY 7-2 P.M. Pay-TV for subscribers an awaits go-ahead MARQUIS CABARET (GRENADIER ROOM) presents "MINT JULEPS" DANCING AND ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY THURSDAY NO COVER CHARGE FRIDAY NO COVER CHARGE FOR IADIES p.m. lo o.m. FUltY LICENCED Decoratin Get Moore beauty. Wherever you sec this sign you'll find mars than 1500 Moor-0-Matic colors to choose from in any finish you want All in petal fresh colors that stny clean and Ken your Benjamin Moore Paint Dealer and get Jloore for your money. Campuses grant more degrees OTTAWA (CP) Canadian universities granted 11.1 per cent more degrees last year than during the aca- demic year, Statistics Canada reports. Total bachelor, honors and other first degrees was G7.200 the universities surveyed academic veer, compared with the previous year. The universities surveyed grant about SO per cent of all Cana- dian degrees. Graduate degrees increased by 14.5 per cent to 11.261 The rales of increase for both first and graduate decrees con- siderably below the 14- and 24- per-cent increases recorded in 1969-70. Total university enrolment In 1970-71 was Up from 299.889 the previous year. Two provinces showed de- clines in enrolment. Quebec tell to from 66.830, while Sas- katchewan dropped to from 14.373. The statistics also showed a drop in the national total ot un- riregraduate arts students, down to 94.197 from 96.531. Almost all i ember, sciences were up. He said: OTTAWA (CP) Several Ca- nadian cable television compa- nies are polishing techniques to brinR pay-TV to Canada as soon as ihe Canadian Radio-Televi- sion Commission approves it. In a Montreal speech in March Robert Short, president of the Canadian Cable Televi- sion Association, said; "Subscription television scries will become available to cable subscribers in a number of cities this year with an extra IK for special programming. "Users will have access to first-run movies, concert series, suorls series, special educa- tional programs for updating professionals including doctors, lawyers and accountants." Mr. Short said in an interview that cable operators expect sub- scription television to succeed where a previous pay-TV exper- iment in Toronto failed. That experiment, about 10 years ago, was psychologically ahead if its time, he said. COULD INCLUDE ALARMS The new plan was to supply special series of programs or new services such as burglar and fire alarm systems on ex- panded cable systems at an extra fee to the subscriber. Vancouver, Victoria and To- ronto are likely to be the first cities in which subscription TV will be introduced. Cable operators must first ob- tain approval from the CRTC for their plans. The CRTC reaction lo sub- scription TV depends a great (leal on the iniDact of the new service on regular broadcasting. It could provide cable TV op- erators more money to buy tele- vision programs. This would boost the Canadian television in- dustry and would he regarded favorably by Ihe CRTC. But the CRTC would frown on anything which would in any way harm the regular over-the- air television system. HINTS AT PROBLEMS CRTC Chairman Pierre Ju- neau hinted at some of the prob- lems facing the commission when he spoke to a seminar s p o n s o r e d by the Canadian Cable Television Association in Montreal and Toronto in Nov- Lethbridge Playgoers Present William Shaketpeare'i "MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM" YATES CENTRE MAY 11-12-13 8 P.M. Admission Adulls Available at Leisler'B BLEEDERS Frank Schnabel has been a constant bleeder for more than 40 years. Like other hemophiliacs, his is a lifg of Iransfusions and worry. In Weekend Magazine Iliis Sat- urday, he tells Susan Carson how hemophiliacs live, what causes them bleed, the Irealmenf for the disease, how it is passed on, and what is being done to make things easier for hemophiliacs. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERAtD WEEKEND MAGAZINE "To the extent Ihnt you get involved in transmission of pri- vate services, yon are getting away from broadcasting and you arc gelling away from the strict jurisdiction of the CRTC. "And T think we have dis- cussed with the cable industry before, the fact that as these services develop, there will have to be determinations as to what is going to be achieved by cable companies and what ought to be achieved by other carriers." ]l is understood the CRTC be- lieves it has jurisdiction over these additional services. These would be included under the commission's licensing ily over cable. As Mr. Short suggested in his Montreal speech, the first serv- ices offered probably will be special sports and educational programs and first-run movies. There should be b'llle difficulty in getting CRTC approval as such programs are related to normal broadcasting. Cable operators in Toronto carried the Foster-All fight from Tokyo distributed by satel- lite at the end of March. The fight was carried on cable at no extra cost to the cable sub- scriber because the transmis- sion was an experiment. It's a sin lo pollute say sportsmen. EDMONTON (CP) The solution to pollution is in ac- cepting the theory that it Is a sin to pollute one's self and the environment, says the Alberta Fish and Game Association. The proposition is contained in the association's brief to the Canadian preparatory' commit- tee drafting representations to the United Nations conference on human environment. Tbe conference is to be held in Stockholm next month. "The pollution problem is mostly caused by mankind, his attitude and his behavior in his t h e submission says. Today, man was faced with a need to change his thinking and actions, because of techno- logical development and econo- mic thrust. "To reverse the trend it will be necessary to establish new values." Every nvcnue of schools, churches, government institutions, service organiza- tions and dedicated individuals disperse information, says the brief. One important avenue that had been overlooked was the church. "It may be necessary for minister to allot more time to preaching about God's power of creation of all on our planet and the intricate balanc- ing of this life for I says the brief. Premier Cablevision in Van- couver plans to supply the home games of the Vancouver Can- ucks hockey team lo sub- scribers willing to pay an cxlra fee for the service. The new services will be re ceived as a scrambled piclurc on a cable channel. The picture can be unscrambled only by in- serting a perforated plastic card in a little black box attached to the TV set. The new equipment will be tested in Victoria or Vancouver next fail and may be in wide- scale operation in Premier sys- tems late (his year. One of the major obstacles to tho.se subscription TV services has been the limited number o[ channels available on cable sys- tems. The conventional cable sys- tem has, at Ihe most, 12 chan- nels. In such cities as Toronto and Montreal channels are taken up by U.S. and Cana- dian TV stations. But special converters are being developed in the U.S. to expand the capacity of cable systems lo 20 or more channels. Gordon Keeble, head of Kee- ble Cable Television Ltd. in To- ronto, said at CRTC hearings in Toronto last December that his company has successfully tested these converters. Several Toronto cable firms have proposed new cable sys- tems with expanded capacity but these have net yet received commission approval. SPIT AT 1'IIEY Spitting spiders arc so called b c e n u s e they squirt sticky threads at their prospective prey to hold it in place. LAUGH FAMILY Dwarf spiders and sheet web weavers form one of Iho largest families of spiders with moro than species. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Friday Short Subjects "Hot Rock" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects 2.15, "Hot Rock" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friilay and Saturday Short "Subjects "Such Good Friends'1 Last Complete Show _ Saturday Matinee "Pinochio in Outer Space" One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short "Swedish Fly Girls" Last Complete Show 9-15 GREEN' ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday "Horrcr House" 9.00 "Dr. Phibes" One Complete Show Saturday "Start ihe Revolution Without Me" "Priests Wife" One Complclo Show 11 1 "O 1 1 Hiram Walkers Special Old, FRIDAY MYSTERY MOVIE: McCluuil, p.m., Ch. 7. Robert Webber is featured as a syndicated boss in this talc of two country boys. MOVIE DIIAMA: "Marriage: Year 8 p.m., Ch. 13. A clash of values sets the scene for tills 11171 TV-movie starring Sally Fields and Robert Pratt. MOVIE DRAMA: "The M.incliurian p.m., Ch. 7. A Korean war veteran returns borne after being brainwashed by the Communist Chinese. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Game is 12 midnight, fh. 13. Lush study of decadent rich, concerns a bride's af- fair wHti her older husband's sou. REPEAT PROGRAMS: Dick Van Dyke, Don Laugh-In, FBI. SATURDAY SPORT: Baseball, p.m., Ch. 9. The Houston As- tros fake on the Cubs in Chicago. SPORT: Kentucky Derby, :i p.m., Ch. 7. Racing's Triple Crown opens at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ky. The 98tli running is worth SPECIAL: Horse Show, p.m.. Ch. 1.1. Taped high- lights of the Calgary International Horse Show held in the Stampede Corral. SPECIAL: Figure Skating, p.m.. Ch. 13. Canada's top skaters perform at the 1372 Bursary Figure Skating Pro- gram from Toronto. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Pragwni ire lilted by tht radio and telnrlilan Jlntloru. Any variation In program lait- minult changei by the itallgm and ll not mpon- flbllhy Iho Herald or Anglo Diitrlbutori Stereo and Photographic Centra. 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