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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta New FM program policy expected by year's end By JAMES NELSON OTTAWA Pierre chairman of the Cana- dian Radio-Television Com- hopes to have the CRTC's new FM program policy made public by the end of the or early in 1974. He said in an interview at the end of a three day hearing on the subject that the final policy is unlikely to be changed in any basic principle from the draft policy issued by the commission in April. It calls for privately-owned frequency modulated radio stations in each listening area to diversify their program to give listners a greater choice and an escape from the so-called wall-to-wall background music style if they wish it. FM stations will be encour- aged to employ more local tal- concern themselves more with local and use more home-grown experts as program hosts. Mr. Juneau said the three days of public dur- ing which 34 briefs were dis- now will be followed by a period of study by com- mission members and CRTC staff. How soon they can write the TONIGHT PARK PLAZA CABARET FEATURING BEACON HILL final policy statement depends on other CRTC com- mitments. It has hearings this month in Sudbury and Toronto on licence cablevision licences for Northern and the relocation of cablevi- sion channels made necessary by the introduction of Global Television network operations next Jan. 1. There were several points of confusion in the April draft statement that need to be cleared Mr. Juneau said One involves what the CRTC meant by asking FM stations to diversify their programs. There is no thought of putting all FM stations into a common or forcing them all to become high-brow good music and drama out- he said The plan is to get diver- sification among the stations in any one listening area. One station might continue to broadcast mostly popular while another moves to fine concert music. The problem will be to get the existing stations to sort out the possible formats among themselves. New FM stations will have to present a firm newstyle format when they apply for licences. A question raised at the hearings by the Canadian Association of Broadcasters representing the private broadcast was the manner in which time spent on commercials will be counted. The CRTC has suggested an upper limit of six or eight an hour The C.A.B. says this should be averaged over all the hours a station is on the air each week. This would enable stations to drop com- mercials during some broad- cast and make up the difference in other times. The CRTC also said that spot announcements by stations about their own programs should not be counted as commercials. From Reglna WEEK-END Shopping Room for 2 persons 1 night pluabreaktaat for 2 and dinner 2. .OO par person Room for 2 persons 2 nightS a breakfasts lorlwo and 2 lor two. person Children mn tree If In room with For best UM of your recommend early check- In and chtck-otit. AfUr shopping relax In our heated Indoor have a bath or play a game of ping pong. your luxurious room with heated bathroom floor and Color T.V. For your Reservations Call 328-1111 421 Mayor Magrath Drive TONIGHT MARKETPLACE At The ALEC HOTEL NORBRIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH 1402-8th Avs. North The Evangelical Church in Canada PASTOR D. E. SIPE WEEKEND OF MISSIONS EMPHASIS NOV. 2 P.M. Slides by Alice and Richard Harder of Wycliffe Bible Translator. Sharing missions by John Oriental Missionary Society NOV. 3 P.M. Children's missionary rally Report on Missions in New Guinea. Translations of Scriptures also Uncle Don and Cuddles. P.M. INFORMAL FELLOWSHIP FOR EVERYONE SLIDES MEET THE MISSIONARY DISCUSSIONS Special Music at ALL SERVICES Everyone cordially who'd ever guess these fellows are creating stability WHO'S to say what the price of anything really Whan buyers and sellers come together m a free market the price is set by the man prepared to pay the most He becomes the buyer and the price he pays is clearly posted for everyone to see. It's called Market Price Discovery and it goes on every week at the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange. What makes it work is competition. Mora you your battot m the plMMy Of r you eumndor toMdt ol you IMVOT gM N bock. This method of marketing agricultural products results in two advantages to the producer. In the short term the current price is always the highest price what's more from a long term point of is that the prices made here are rial prices. They're not artificially established by a group of civil servants. They reflect the hard cash that responsible buyers are willing to pay for the farmers' products-which of the most solid foundation upon which to build a self-sufficient Western Canadian agricultural economy. TV highlights frlday CRIME Ci. 7. A rash of spectacular burglaries has Chase and his men investigating a Hollywood studio. CRIME 7 Ck 7. Maimiz blunders into a pool of syndicate hit men awaiting their next assignment I I. A variety hour with a touch of drama-featuring Lily Tomlin. Saaford and S p.m.. Ch. 11. Fred Ukes his first plane trip but there's a inheritance involved. Ch. 7. Henry Blake is upon charges stemming from all the tomfoolery at hit command. MOVIE Cfe. 11 The story of a calculating woman who kills her lover's wife then sets up her own husband as the murderer. Flip Ch. f. Robert Carol Slappy White and the dancing Flipettes in a burles- que revue. CRIME Ch. 13. Erskine picks up the trail of a bank robber who has returned to his home town on a visit after a 10-year absence. MOVIE 12 Ch. 7. An oldie bas- ed on Edna Feber's saga of Texas. DOUBLE 12 midnight awl a.m. Ch. 13. The first feature is Girl Named and the second is with Rosalind Russell. SATURDAY CFL 12 Ch. 7. The Winnipeg Blue Bombers meet the Argonauts in Toronto. Wide World of Ch. 13. The Harlem the Surfing Classic from Hawaii and the North American Boxing Championships are featured. Prankster knows dramatic effect OTTAWA For stage management and dramatic the National Arts Centre might do well to hire whoever perpetrated a Halloween prank on the centre. A seven foot 60 pound reinforced plastic stolen from a nearby chicken outlet could be seen perched on the roof of the centre. The chicken a bomb scare a false murder report were about the only diversions for police. Shortly after midnight Wednesday 300 persons were evacuated from the YMCA building after police were told a bomb was on the premises. No bomb was found. Earlier police were told a woman had murdered her but that too proved false. CALENDAR OF THE ARTS Co-ordinated by the Allied Arts Council. Contact Bowman Arts Weekdays 10 a.m. 5 p.m. Telephone 327-2813. CURRENT EVENTS Saturday Thurber LCCL 8 p.m. Nov 6 Film. U of L Film Yates p.m. COMING EVENTS Nov 12 Sculpture in Claresholm. Nov. 13 Sculpture in Fort Macleod Nov 14 Weaver Taylor exhibit sculpture and U of L 8-10 p.m. Nov. 15-17 Sculpture in Centre Village Mall. CONTINUING EVENTS To Nov. 11 Exhibit. Prairie U of L 9 1-5 pm Sir Alexander Gait 1 p 2-5 p.m. SATURDAY MSCOUKT BOMBSHELLS ONE LAST. TERRLENE BATS O.44 HAMPERS Steel walls with padded vinyl cover Our Reg price 1397 COMFORTER 72x84. Floral print one plain the other. Polyester fibre Titled Our Reg Price 12 97 yd. Pieces CRIMPKNIT LENGTHS .....................................344 HAZELNUT DELIGHT White Heather popular purple wrapped chocolate. Lb Sine 10 -16. Plums and stripes. SHIRT BLOUSES PANTI HOSE One tin fltsall KRESGES PROVIDES PROTEIN an excellent source of can be uaed In stuffing for In bread or mixed with dates or nuts as a breakfast cereal. INSPECTS MEAT An Agriculture Canada In- spector checks all meat before It moves into iuterprovlncial or inter- national trade. RAWO and TV LISTINGS am Nftsjd by the Radio and Tefo- visrion Any variation in program sched- ule it due tb laftt-iMriute by the stations antf not the reaponattXttty of the Lethbridge Herald. CHIC FRIDAY NIGHT 3 00 Jack Neuleld 5 00 News 7 00 Paul Tessier 12-00 Roy Rennlk FRIDAY IMKiHT 500 Probe 1220 600 Werld at Six- 6 30 Stan Bailey Show 8 00 John Charles 1200 Steve Plsko SATURDAY 600 News SATURDAY Clarke 12-00 John Oliver News Paul Tessier Roy Rennick CJOC 6 05 Jack Thys 7 30 News. Sports 10 05 Gord Whitehe'ad 1200 News 3 00 John Charles 5 15 Soccer Results 5 40 Sports 553 News CHIC.FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 am-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p m. Dell-0 6pm -10 p.m. Don Hedman 10 pm -12 midnight Overtures and Encores SATURDAY 6 a m-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p m and Encores Don Hedman FRIDAY NIGHT 6 00 World at Six 6 30 As It Happens 8 03 Between Ourselves 9 00 Music West 10 00 Wlhr 1010 From the Capitals 10 15 Five nights a Week 10 30 Let the People Sing 1100 News 11 03 Major Progression SATURDAY 6 03 Sounds Like Saturday 6 p m -1 a.m Dell-O SUNDAYS 6 a m -1 p m Overtures and Encores I-2 p m me Hour 2-6 p m Don Hedman 6pm -12 midnight Overtures and Encores CBR 800 News 8 45 Notice Board 900 News 910 The Glums 9 30 Family Favorites 1003 This Country in the Morning 1059 Time Signal 11 03 This Country in the Morning 1200 News 12 10 Our Native Land 1 03 TBA 2 03 College Football 4 30 Jazz Canadiana You Get... GUARANTEED CIRCULATION 1 When you a'dvertjse in The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK Next Chinook November tedllm NovMibw CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CJOC-TV ChaniMl 7 Ch. FRIDAY 5 00 Hollywood squares 5 30 -CJOC News 600 Chase 7 CO Mannix 8.00 All In The Family 830 MASH B-00 Tommy Hunter Wolper Sptclal 11-00 News 11-20 PM 12.00 Giant SATUrtDAY 6 30 Uncle Bobby 7 00 Pmochio 7 30 Pink Panther 8 00 Cartoons and Children's Movie 9 30 Flmtstones Yogi's Gang 11.00 Goober and the Ghost Chasers Jeannie C.F.L. 2.30 Sports Weak 3.00 Wrestling Claire Olsen 4-30 Safety Round-Up 5 00 Bugs Bunny CFCN-TV ClMNiMl 13 Ch. FRIDAY 4 55 Mod Squad 555 News 6 30 On The Buses 7 00 The Starlott 8 00 Sanford and Son 6 30 Movie- Linda 10.00 FB.I. 11-00 Newa 11.20 News 1200 Double Bill 1. A Qlrl Named Temlka 2. SATURDAY 755 Thought for Day 8 00 Josie and the Pussy- cats 8 30 The Jetsons Star Trek 9.30 Amazing Cnan 10.00 Archie 10 30 Waterville Gang 11 00 Puppet People 11 30 Fantasia 1200 Buckshot 12 30 Musical Friends 1 -30 Outdoor Sportsman 2-00 Sports Digest 2-30 Wrestling 3 30 Roller Derby 4 30 Wide World of Sports 6.00 News KRTV PMto OMMml 9 Ch. FRIDAY 6.-00 Haw Barbara Streisand Special Lily Tomlin Special Flip Wilton 1000 News 1030 Tonight show SATURDAY 6 00 CQF Tutocourse 7 00 Scooby Doo 8 00 My Favorite Martian B 30 Jeannie 9-00 Speed Buggy 9 30 Josle and Pussy- 1000 Archies 1030 Fat Albert 11 00 Fllnstones 11 30 Bailey's Comets 12-00 Lldsvllle 1230 Pink Pinther 1 CO men High 1 30 Addams Family 2 00 Emergency Plus 4 2-00 Butch Cassldy 3.00 Star Trek 3-30 Jettons 4-00 Lassie 430 News 5 00 Barnaby Jones 6 00 Lawrence WelK KPM OFMI Mta ChMMl Ch. FRIDAY 800 News 30 Truth or Consequences 7 00 Brady Bunch 7 30 Odd Couple 800 Room 222 8 30 Rib 9 00 American Style 1000 Newt 10.30 Mmi-SKIrt Mob SATURDAY C 3 3o IWWB 8 00 Bugs Bunny 7 00 Super Friends B 00 Lassie's Rescue Rangers 8 30 Qoober and the Ghost Chasers 9 00 Brady Kids 9 30 Mission. Magic American Bandstand 10.30 N.C.A.A. N.C.A A. 5 00 Star Trek 4 00 Sonny and Cher ;