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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGi 7 Reporters act as hosts Political telecasts This past week the CBC tele- Progressive Cor.ser- vision network has presented a vative, New Democratic and number of free-time political j Social Credit, programs and pre-election news The CBC News Specials, on the other hand, are objective re- ports on regional campaign is- sues, candidates and public opinion, with CBC News nation- al reporters acting as hosts for each of them. Following is a lineup of the forthcoming free-time political telecasts aad the parties ap- pearing: Monday, Oct. 9, from to 11 p.m., KDP, Liberal and So- cial Credit. Tuesday, Oct. 10, (rom 8 to p.m. Liberal and Progres- sive Conservative. Monday, Oct. 16, from to 11 p.m. Progressive Conser- vative, New Democratic Party and Liberal. Friday, Oct. 20 from to 9 p.m. Liberal, Social Credit, New Democratic Party and Progressive Conservative. Monday, Oct. 23 from to 11 p.m. Progressive Conserva- tive and Liberal. Friday, Oct. 27, from 8 to p.m. Liberal. Progressive Con- specials. The free-time political tele- casts feature spokesmen from the four major political parties Anchor men for election coverage CBC Parliamentary reporter Rra Collister and Lloyd Robert- son of'The National, will be the anchormen for CBC television's coverage of the federal elec- lion Monday, OcLolwr 30. In making the announcement, KnowlLon Nash, director of TV information programs, said the combination of Collister and Robertson will provide Canadi- an viewers with polished, know- ledgeable and incisive report- age during election evening. Beginning Mrnday, October 2, series of five half-hour elec- lion specials will be telecast, cGrvative, New Democratic from key regions across Can- ada, ending October 27 with an hour-long election eve special telecast out of Toronto, sum- ming up the campaigns of the four party leaders. Party and Social Credit. The CBC News regional spe- cials began Monday, Oct. 2 with a report on the situation in the Maritimcs by Cam Cathcart of 'St. John's. The Prairies come under scrutiny in a special Monday, Oct. 0 at 10 p.m., with Colin Hoath reports on campaign Is- sues, the candidates and public opinion in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta. On Tuesday, Oct. 10 at 10 p.m., Ab Douglas. CBC national reporter stationed in Vancou- ver, reports on the campaign situation in British Columbia. David Halton, CDC national reporter stationed in Montreal, will report on the campaign to date in Quebec on Monday, Oct. 16 at 10 p.m. The last of the regional news special on the election cam- paign will be telecast Monday, Oct. 23 at 10 p.m. with Larry Stout, reporting on the Ontario situation. Finally, on Friday, Oct. 27, there will be a one-hour pre- election special with Ron Colli- ster and Llovd Robertson sum- ming up the entire national campaign from 0 to 10 p.m. Col- lister and Robertson vritl be anchormen for the federal elec- tion coverage Monday, Oct. M. which begins across the coun- try at p.m. local standard time, when polls close. Actor Canadian imprisoned for spying Tte Dramatic story of a Ca- j nadian businessm a n imprison- Men have willingly gone to j rf tor spving the Iron Curtain will be telecast on prison and death for an ideal, or to protect a loved one or to guard a secret. But how many CBC-TVs Sunday at Nine. Oct. men have gone to jail to get a 8. The Disposable Man. by Gra- scene right? At least one has. He's Steve Bolster, who plays Ted Clark in CTV's daytime drama series. "Another World." On the show last winter. Steve was lo be sent to jail. j He knew he would have to ap- i pear for several months on the I scries in jail scenes, so he I thought it would be a good idsa to actually enter one as a pris- oner and learn what it was like. He asked his father, lired associate justice of hame stars Michael Kane in the role of George Har- ris. the businessman, and Anne Collings as wife. Harris, having been enlisted to spy for the West, is cap- tured in East Germany arid convicted. After eight long of imprisonment, his re- lease is arranged and lie is re- united with his wife in Paris. re- Then begins a period ot de- the Massachusetts Superior Court, to arrange to have him admit- ted to a prison, without anyone briefing. and he is under strict orders not to ad nut, even to his wife, that he was in fact a spy. Harris's retu-n to tlie world Friday, October 13 Q (0 O 0 (D Q 0 fl) Q (J) 0) Truth or Consequences Movie: Wake Me When the War is Over Another World General Hospital Secret Storm Kl.irn's Korncr Otic Life to Live "like Douglas Hollywood Squares Our Lives Ed Allen Show Somerset Dinah's Place Ycu'll find our storage Fa- cilitioi the most modern in town, and our rates the most Well be glad to give feu a free estimate on (he cost of packing and storing your bclongingi CALL McLEAN MOVING LTD. "Your North American Van Lines Agent" 640 6th Sr. S. Two Phone For Your Convenience 327-2097 328-0611 Take 30 Q) Three on a Match O Another World E What's the Good Word O Edge or Night Q Family Affair Q) Doting Game f} Family Court (H Anything You Can Do Q Joker's Wild d Splir Second (in Drop In Q News Q) Bewitched Star Trek Tyson features Canadian group Ian Tyson and the Great i Speckled Bird, Sylvia Tyson. Lighthouse and the New .Lost City Ramblers are all together on the same show Tuesday, Oc- tober 10 at p.m. The big treat this week is Lighthouse, one of Canada's top recording croups. It's a large group, eleven people, and used lo be ihL-tcen. But that many proved unwieldy, sn [he mimlwrs wcre pared down. With that resolved, all eleven members became immersed in composing and arrangiun. Deal Dyke O Lot's Jlak, 0 flj Password O Doris Day I Q Dick Van ID News Q Movie: Bui; it I 10 News i O Street? of Sac Francisco Q) Truth or Consequences 0 All in the Family CD The Brady Kids 0 Movie: How lo Save a Marriage and Ruin Your Life Q) Partridge Family Sonny and Cher HUSH Q) Room 222 Q AH in the Family Movie: The Grecnlwuse Jungle SO Odd Couple Q) Love American Style 0 Mission Impossible Q Tommy Hunter Show (B FBI Q News crn News Q Dean Martin Q Tonight Show ID Movie: Too Many Tiiicves Q News (0 News O News, Sports, Weathar News O Crossfire O Movie: Gambit O Movie: Strange Bedfellows there knowing he was not an j outside, and his homecoming actual convicted felon serving with, his wife to the small On- a one-year teim. J tario (own where he is awaited The arrangements made, he by his son, now a teenager, is was put through all the pro- j clouded not only by the notori- cessing of a regular prisoner: cry of his case btit by the lie he surrendered his wallet and j with which he is forced to live, other belongings: was given a number; was photographed and fingerprinted; underwent a! medical checlnjp: and shower- ed nude before Ihe guards. f When he declined to havo his hair cut, he was tripped and put in a padded cell. I "Then I was really scared for i the first time." Steve says. "You'll never know what pris-: on is like until you've been i there." i At the end of the day he was released as pro-arranged and he was glad of the happy end- ing. On "Another the character of Ted Clark is also at libertv. MAJOR INDUSTRY The summer festival at Stratford, Ont., cm- ploys GiM persons. WE OFFER PROMPT PRESCRIPTION SERVICE 7 DAYS A WEEK! Chorgox CarJs "The People's Drug Storo" 41fl 13 Sr. N. 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