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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Dec. 6 0 News IB Get Smart O Doctors O Partridge Family O Movie: Texas Lajly ID Movie: Rolling Man O Another World Q) General Hospital O Match Game fD One Life to Live O Pyramid O Tattletales ASTRO REALTY INSURANCE LTD. your listings PHONE 328-7748 WESTMINSTER MALL ID Somerset O Mike Douglas B Edge of Night CD Name That Tune O Our Town 0) Another World ID Jeopardy O Take 30 CD What's The Good Word CD Girl In My Life (B He Knows She Knows O Joker's Wild 0 Family Court CD Split Second CD Mod Squad O Dr. Zonk O News CD Brady Bunch 0 Hollywood Squares (D Password O News 0 News Let's Make A Deal CD News O News CD News a Planet of the Apes O Hee Haw CD Truth or Consequences CD Nakia (D Yes, Virginia, There Is A Santa Claus 8 Movin' On O Sanford and Son CD Six Million Dollar Man CD The Man Without A Country Q Chico The Man a All in the Family Q Rockford File CD Adam 12 CD The Night Stalker CD Movie: McMillan Wife O Something Special Tony Martin a Dial 100 8 Manhunter ONews CD News CD Movie: Speedway 0 Tonight Show a National CD News 8 Movies: 1. The Innocents 2. 55 Dats in Peking CD News O Midnight Special (B Movie: White Commanche CD Rock Concert SPEAKS MANY TONGUES The CBC International Service broadcasts short- wave programs in 11 languages. Quasar Quasar Quasar Quasar Quasar Quasar CALL NOW FOR DELIVERY f) TROJAN HOME ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEMS LTD. PHONE 329-0500 524-5th ST. S. [Quasar Quasar Quasar Quasar Quasar Junior viewers short-changed A five-month study com- missioned by Religious Television Associates states there is a "manifest lack of quality (TV) programs" designed specifically for children in the important seven to nine age group. The study was headed up by Rita Deverell of Regina. Mrs. Deverell has an M.A. in comparative religion from Columbia University and Union Theological Seminary in New York, and has worked extensively with children in participa- tion theatre. The study included inter- views with 149 children in 11 centres across Canada from British Columbia to New Brunswick. The report claims that when the children are ask- ed what they feel about such programs as Mr. Dressup, Friendly Giant and Sesame Street (Cana- dian "the child says he 'likes the show very much' and watched 'when he was little' or 'gets a chance' or 'is at home sick.' At approximately seven years of age the child seems to have a real awareness that these shows were created primarily for younger children and almost ex- presses nostalgia for them. There is a manifest lack of quality programs designed to meet the specific interests and characteristics of this 'seven-nine age range." Mrs. Deverell found that more than" half of the children named a variety of adult programs such as Get Smart, doctor shows, and game shows as their favorite TV fare. The se- cond largest group named a variety of cartoons with emphasis on action and ex- citement, such as Road Runner and Spider Man. She concludes that programs for seven to nine year olds "must have some of the conven- tions hitherto associated with adult programs." Specifically she mentions "the archetypal story themes: the quest, the triumph of good over evil, triumph of the little guy (Maxwell the truth and security of the traditional stock characters and excitement of the chase." Mrs. Deverell suggests that "many times we seem to have confused these 'ac- tion' elements with 'violence' and in removing violence from children's shows have also removed the action." THOSE WERE THE DAYS The peak year for movie attendance in -Canada was 1953, when 252.31 million admissions were recorded. GERRY SAGE THE CAMERA AND YOU Just a quick sum up. Kodak is still on strike, so don't use Kodachrome if you are in a hurry, use Ekachome or If you have Kodachrome don't mail it till the strike ends. If you plan on a camera for Christmas, you'd better get it now. It would be advisable to get your film soon. Remember your flash cube is designed for 4 to 8 ft. If you have an electronic flash, make sure your guide number is right for your camera and you are plugged into the X setting, not the M setting. Wait until your ready light is on before you take your picture. Make sure your camera and batteries are checked and cleaned. Again if you have any problems, drop in and see us Courtesy of: KWIK KOLOR College Mall Now open and Ready to Serve You! SOUTH ALBERTAS FIRST FULL TIME MAJOR RECORDING STUDIO s 530-5th Strut S. PfeOM 328-5074 Put your on record Open Monday through Saturday DID YOU You can rent roto tillers, lawn power rakes or aerators or edgers At. or rollers, post hole augers, hedge U'mmers, chain saws, wheel- barrows, paint sprayers, camper jacks, electric jack hammers, or drills JOT cement jobs, cement miners, irowe's. ladders, tents. roiiaways appliance carts, carpel etc. etc etc Wards Services Ltd. 1712-2 S. 327-9966 5pe" Erceol SuPdavs ;