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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Extend contract of director NEW YORK (AP) -The New York Philharmonic said yesterday it has extended the contract of its music director, Pierre Boulez, for an additional three years. The new agreement with Bou- ler, who began his leadership of tjie orchestra with the 1971-72 season, will begin in the fall of 1374 and extend through the 1976-77 season. Boulez, who is French, fol- lowed Leonard Bernstein as music director. FEW ASHES Burn 100 pounds of wood and you will have left less than one pound of ashes. Rocket heralds TV's conquest By GARRY FA1RBA1HN CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (CP) The thunder of a Thor-Delta rocket Thursday evening on launch pad 17-B, will herald television's conquest of the Ca- nadian north. Anik-1, Canada's first domes- tic communications satellite, is APPEARING NIGHTLY ALTON JACKS AND THE GENERATION AT THE MINERS Members and Their Guests Only! 733 13th St. N. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING AND SKATING SCHEDULE Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. 13 FRITZ (Adult! Swim 1 5 Hour 1 p.m. Public 'Swim 6-8 Only) 12-1 p.m. ADAMS PARK ICE Mother! and Pre-school Skating 10-12 Skate 2-4 p.m. and 8-10 p.m. Public Skate 3-5 p.m. Family HENDERSON PARK ICE Skating 7-9 Skating 2-4 Public Skating p.m. CIVIC Skating 1 Skato 3 5 I i o j _ p.m. t_____________ NOTE: Thlre will no public skating at the Adams Park Ice Centre November 10th from to p.m., due to a previous book'.ng commitment. scheduled to be launched be- tween and p.m. EST and become operational about Jan. If all goes as planned it will bring expanded television, radio and telephone service to com- munitips from T..abrador to above the Arctic Circle. Instead of a few communities receiving brief broadcasts of s e v e r a I-week-old television tapes, almost all northern cen- tres will be able to get full CBC service, in French and Engish and color. The good, the bad and the ugly will be beamed to the news programs, sit- uation comedies and deodorant commercials. The massive increase in pro- gramming quantity and cov- erage has been viewed with concern by the Arctic Institute of North America which called for local television programs in- stead of mere imports from the south. CAN DEVASTATE NORTH "Implementation of the pro- gram, as now planned, can have a devastating and quite probably irreversible impact on the people of the the in- stitute said. But the CBC does not over- look the possible harmful im- pact of the satellite. "A communication satellite is totally a CBC news release says.' "Its technical equipment has no conscience, no principle, no morality. It will broadcast trash or Inspiration with equal facility. It will speak the truth as clearly as it will speak false- hood." CBC plans include television studios in the North, to be built "as funds become available." The satellite, however, will have an impact in many other areas besides television. The CBC is renting only three of Anik-l's 12 channels, at a cost of million a year. Four more channels will be rented to Bell Canada and CN CP Telecommunications Ltd for telephone and ATA trans mission. Another two channels will provide radio-telephone messages to isolated spots. Thursday, Novtmbir f, THI LITHMIDOI NIUlD 7 Western neivs flown east TORONTO (CP) Western Canadian news film must be flown to the CTV network's To- ANTI DRUG CRUSADER Television personality Art Llnklctter, who has been in anti-drug crusader since the death of his daughter Diane three years ago, said "people have been brainwashed tiiat relief is only a swallow away. Mr. Linkletter, a na- tive of Moose Jaw, Sask., told an inter-denominational Bible class here that parents whose children are using drugs often are guilty of the offence themselves such as booze and cigarettes. Mce weather for Ducks. When it comes to your favourite Andres Duck, pleasure knows no season. Andres Cold Duck, a beautiful blend of champagne and burgundy. Or Andres Baby Duck, the happy marriage of a robust, red wine to a delicate, sparkling white. Whatever the weather, now's the time to get quacking. ANDReS SPARKLING BABYDUCK O ANDRES WINES. (ALBERTA) LTD 72-HI ronto headquarters because It Is too expensive to maintain a two-way microwave link, the Canadian Radio-Television Commission was told today. Representatives of several western stations, applying for renewal of their broadcast li- cences at a public hearing of the CRTC, said it is virtually impossible to get film to To- ronto in time for the CTV's na- tional news program because of their dependence on airline schedules, E. W. Chapman, president of CFCN Television Ltd., of Cal- gary, agreed with Harry J. Boyle, the board's vice-chair- man, that it was frustrating to be unable to feed news to the network on the same day. "In effect, your deadline is in the said Mr. Boyle 'If Calgary burns down in the middle of the day, you'd have to hire a special plane." COST PROHIBITIVE Mr. Chapman said the micro- wave link could be reversed by simply pushing a button. But the cost was prohibitive. Since the start of the hearings Tuesday, commissioners had been asking witnesses to com- ment on compaints that in- sufficient material from West- ern Canada is carried on news and public affairs programs on both national networks. "Good news from Saskatche- wan is usually so good that it will said Bruce E. Cal- way, general manager of Arma- dale Communications Ltd which operates CKCK-TV in gina. "It seems to have some of the qualities of said Mr Boyle. "It's a bit sickening to hear all that jazz about the fantastic progress of technology and run into that said CRTC chairman Pierre Juneau. Actor, auithor dies at 87 LONDON (Reuter) Russell Thorndike, 87, actor and author of the famous Dr. Syn novels, died here. He was the brother of Dame Sybil Thorndike. the British actress who recently celebrated her 90th birthday. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT "Fiddler on the Roof One Complete Show Family PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Nightcomers" Last Complete Show Restricted Adult COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Legend of Frenchie King" Last Complete Show Adult THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL AZTEC LOUNGE Bollodt by "BLISS MACKIE" in th> CABARET "BOGUS BOOGIE BAND" THURSDAY, FRIDAY I SATURDAY THURSDAY Cvtrycnt AdmiHtd Fret of "ROBERTS and AKAI' Professional Rtcordtra and Stereo Components at JACK'S RADIO T.V. SALES SERVICE J02 13th SI. N. Phone 327-4979 paramount cinema I TONIGHT thru SAT. at and p.m. Ml St ft 4th An. 327-5100 hii finest acting in years... he riveting." KMd. N.T. Osilr Ntw. is exciting to walch. has both power and impact RESTRICTED -ton lup W (WINS) "THE NIGHTCOMERS" An [mix-Mr SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE LEGEND OF FRENCHIE KING" In color. Star- ring Bridget Bardot, Claudia Cardinale and Michael Pollnrd. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November 9, 10 and 11. Thursday shows at and p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE LEGEND OF FRENCHIE KING" In color. Star- ring Bridget Bardol, Claudia Cardinale and Michael Pollard. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November 9, 10 and 11. Thursday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "THE LEGEND OF FRENCHIE KING" In color. Star- ring Bridget Bardot, Claudia Cardinale and Michael Pollard. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November 9, 10 and 11, Thursday shows at and p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "THE LEGEND OF FRENCHIE KING" In color. Slar- ring Bridget Bardot, Claudia Cardinale and Michael Pollard. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, NovcnU-er 9, 10 and II. Thursday shows at and p.m. Adult. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 56 NOS. IN 57 NOS. IN 58 NOS. If no lingo colled 58 numbori w. will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 51 NOS. NO ONE UNDEK 16 YEARS ALIOWEOI PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND INVITED GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for ELKS and INVITED GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THUR. NOV. 9 SUNSET 4 FRI. NOV. ID BIRDIE and HIGA SAT. NOV. 11 LOUNGE CHARADES UPSTAIRS SOUTHERN PLAYBOYS paramount cinema 8th St. 4th Aye. South, 327-5100 Es SAT. and SUNDAY MATINEES ONLY At p.m. Each Day LASSIE'S FINEST ROLE- as a runaway dog who returns home to save her master. FAMILY _ 'WPE MMhliiMi stimii vV "HILLS OF EDMUND GWENN DONALD CRISP TOM DRAKE-JANET LEIGH >nd LASSIE- TONIGHT thru SUN Tht ffest lia't no pliei for HID ADULT THE LEGEND OF FRENCH wuGUTE CU7BU BAUDOT QUMilE MJCHiElJKililffl NOW SHOWING Direct from its record-breaking reserved-seat presentation! THE ACADEMY AWARD FILM FOR EVERYONE LIMITED 2 WEEK ENGAGEMENT This a ward-winning musica motion picture is un rive I led in Hie history of enierlain- ment. Millions of people oround tho world, of all agci and oil backgrounds, have thrilled to the music, the humor and the drama of this great entertainment. MATINEE SATURDAY ONLY AT 'i P.M. EVENINGS DAILY AT P.M. ONLY Adults-Mat. Eve. Children any performance No Passes GoMftn Mnt'nr" Cnlv ;