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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6-THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD-TlMiraday, OctObW PIONEERED INDUSTRY The first chemical manufac- turing business Was, started in .New France in 1674 when Nicholas Follin was granted the right to make soap com- mercially. More use of Canadian talent Radio, TV commercials plan endorsed TONIGHT thru SATURDAY "JOHN at Mw MINERS' 733-13th St. N. Members and Invited Onlyl OTTAWA (CP) Broad- casters' and advertisers' representatives have general- ly endorsed a plan by the Canadian Radio-Television Commission (CRTC) to re- quire more use of Canadian creative, performing and technical talent in radio and television commercials. Representatives of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters and the joint broadcasting committee of the Association of Canadian Advertisers and the Institute of Canadian Advertising said they support the objective. They had reservations, however, about some of the Enjoy your vacation at the... RAINBOW HOTEL GREAT FALLS, MONTANA SPECIAL RATES ......9.50 D..U.......13.50 legal language that might be involved in new CRTC rulings. And some individual broad- casters and advertisers com- plained that the regulations 'may increase costs. John Bassett, chairman and president of Baton Broad- casting Inc., holder of the licence for CKLW Windsor, Ont., said in a brief to the commission the requirement for Canadian advertising could put his station out of business. It serves the Detroit market, principally, having "only seven per cent of its in- come from Canadian- produced advertising. Pierre Juneau, CRTC chair- man, said the purpose of the, [Woolwm BUY WITH CONFIDENCE 1 sinsncnoH I GUMMED I BRIDGE MIXTURE By Lowneys. 1 Ib.bag 76 0 ROWNTREE'S SMARTIES ICCO 31 1 Ib. bag PEANUTS 2 Ib. bag. Blanched Spanish, Barbeque. ENGLISH COOKIES Assorted 6 .oz. pkg. Shortbread, ginger nut, sweetmeat. .................4 1 25 OLD FASHIONED PEANUT BRITTLE 12 oz. BAKERY SPECIAL 8" MINCEMEAT, APPLE or PUMPKIN PIES Each MALTED MILK WHOPPERS 1102. box MOIRS CHERRIES 12oz. box 1 27 MALANCO LICORICE 11 oz. bag. Bites and wizzlers. A ..............2 pkg 77 0 O'MALLEY FUDGE 9 oz. pkg. Vanilla, maple, chocolate. HOSTESS CHIPS Pkg. off 20 individual bag CANDY APPLES On a stick. Each 1 49 30 0 NEILSONS CHOCOLATE Macaroons', Buds, Willowcrisp. ............1 Ib.bag GANONG ASSORTED CHOCOLATES 1 Ib. box DROKEN BARS 1 lb.bag LOWNEYS BAR PACK bars. i 67 WILLOFAKS 6 oz. pkg. of willo-crisp, mints, slowpokes or buds LUNCH COUNTER SPECIAL HOT TURKEY SANDWICH Choice of dessert tea or coffee. 1 Wool DOWNTOWN LETHBRIDGE LIMITED QUANITfTY SPECIALS. ENTER OUft ISO FAMILY ALLOWANCE DRAW CASHING FMWtT ALLOWANCE CHEQUE AT womwoftnrs proposed regulation is to strengthen the Canadian im- age Canadian air waves, help employ more Canadian talent, and see that commer- cial advertising reflects Cana- dian values. The regulations will require thex elimination of foreign- produced commercials from radio by Oct. 1, 1975. Seventy per cent of television com- mercials must be Canadian- produced by the year ending Sept. 1976, rising to 80 per cent by the year ending Sept. 30, 1978. CITES FAILURE Wayne Eliuk of Winnipeg, an economist who wrote -a master's degree thesis on the impact of foreign advertising on Canada, said-Australia had tried to control foreign broad- cast advertising but had failed. He hoped the CRTC would do better. Pierre Camu, president of the CAB, said broadcasters fully agree with the CRTC's objective. But the goal will be costly for local advertisers on smaller stations, who cannot afford to buy singing commer- cials or jingles produced in Canada. They now are produc- ed cheaply in the U.S. A spokesman for George Manuel, president of the National Indian Brotherhood, said that in addition to Canadian-produced commer- cials, radio.'and television should be required to reflect properly ,the role of native peoples in. the Canadian com- munity. H. R. Ross of the advertisr ing institute said that arnong national advertisers, there already is a big proportion perhaps 70 per ing Canadian talent and production facilities. He said the advertising industry is working with artists' unions to encourage -more .Canadian talent for commercials. Replying to" a question by Mr. Juneau, Mr. Ross said the institute is opposed to sub- liminal advertising com- mercial messages flashed so quickly on a TV screen they are not consciously recognized. TV highlights THURSDAY COMEDY: All ip the Family, p.m., Ch. 9. Carroll O'Con- nor as Archie developes a complex about being the only one in the family who isn't earning money, because of a strike. MUSIC: Carol Burnett, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. The Smothers Brothers and Telly Savalas join Carol in this hour of comedy. DETECTIVE DRAMA: Streets of San Francisco, 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Michael Douglas stars as Steve who joins the ranks of the underground resister to investigate the murder of a Marine deserter. SPECIAL: Civic Election Special, p.m.', Ch. 7. Bill Matheson hosts this debate program featuring candidates for aldermen in Lethbridge. CANADA DRY'S RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stat- ions. Any variation in program schedule is due to last- minute changes by the stations and is not the respon- sibility of Chinook Beverages Limited or The Leth- bridge Herald CHEC1090 TUESDAY THRU FRIDAY Wayne Barry Farm News Weather, Sfiprts Checline Roy Rennick Farm News Probe 1220 Sports Market Report Local News 1.00 Grain Prices and Call of the Land Jack Neufeld News, Weatberj, Sports Paul Tessier Rod McDonald News is 20 min. to the hour and 20 nun. after. Bob Hesketh CJOC1220 6-00 World at Six News, Weather, Sports Hour of Information News and Grain Prices CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY a.m. DonMcMaster a p.m. Concie's Carousel p.m. Don McMaster p.m. Del King Midnight Concerts Overtures and Encores Midnight Sign Off On MOn- day, Tuesday thru Fnday Del King CBR1010 THURSDAY As It Happens British Election (Live Coverage) .News From The Capitals Five Nights a Week Jazz Unlimited Best of F..M. Jazz -FRIDAY WarnvUps Calgary Eye Opener The World at Seven 8-00 World at Eight Eye Opener BBC News This Country in the Morning Tune Signal 12-03 Radio Noon Your Forum Stock Market Take Five 2-30 Off the Record Max Ferguson Show _ Dave Barregar's Calgary :00 WMtt it Si North TV coverage t WHITEKORSE, Y.T. (CP) Yukon Commissioner James Smith announced here that a pilot scheme is being initiated to 'examine the possibility of television coverage to communities in the territory by means of small communications satellite earth stations. The objective is to find a low-cost solution towards providing television coverage to communities not included in a five-year accelerated coverage plan of the CBC to cost an estimated The scheme will be initiated with assembly for an earth station in Ottawa. It will be shipped to Watson Lake an Alaska-Highway town 6f 700 residents near the British Columbia border where it will be installed near existing facilities of Telesat and the CBC. A ten-day test period in Watson Lake will be followed by a month of final testing 100 miles southeast of Whitehorse at Teslin. A number of televi- sion sets will be provided to some of Teslin's 200 residents for the test period, to end not later than Jan. 31, 1975. Discount privileges reduced VICTORIA (CP) British Columbia ferries has reduced discount privileges for com- mercial freight vehicles effec- tive Oct. 1, adding to the cost of bringing goods here front, Vancouver. Tsawwassen terminal manager G. W. Barber said Wednesday the increase was ordered by Che provincial cabinet but no reason was given. The price of a book of coupons used to pay freight fees now will cost instead of THANKSGIVING WEEK-END SPECIAL Canada Dry Gingerale Lo-Cal Gingerale (family size) (phMdgpMtt) it (at all participating dealers) H I Hollywood Squares I News I Password I News News 0 News 0 Let's Make A Deal News O Maude Movie: Go Ask Alice News Truth or Consequences Sanford and Son 0 All in the Family Odd Couple Sierra Funny Farm 7-30 Paper Moon Paul Sands Dr. in the House Kong Fa in the Wilderness Waltons Streets of San Francisco Harrv-O Lacy Kojak Cbico and the Man British Election Special Ironside News Carol BorncU News Tonight Show Movie: Then Came Branson National News British Election Mere Griffin 8 Tomorrow British Election Resets Movie-Tbe Vampires Movie. Zomtir TJKtijM for The Day 6-40 IWvcrsitv of the Air 6.35 UwJerstandingOw World Yogi Pimwchio Sstete to Agrteoltwe 7 35 Farm Crty Today KUras Komer Canada A.M. Wizard of Oz Today Show I Juliette and Friends I News I Today in Montana I Ed Allen Romper Room I Gambit I Galloping Gourmet I Access (School Telecast) Audrey O Now Yon See It Polka Dot Doors O Hollywood Squares Jack LaLanne Style Mon Giant 0 Jackpot Young and Restless Mr. Dress Up Search for Tomorrow Pay Cards O Celebrity Sweepstakes 0 News It's Your Move All My Children Winning Streak Sesame Street Definition O As the World Tarns Let's Make A Deal Buckshot DateHarney O Days of Our Lives Newlywed Game Woody Wood Pecker Partridge Famfly The Doctors News Movie: Sabaka 9 General Hospital 0 Another World Movie- Secret Agent One Lafe to Uvc SI Match Game Pyramid TattMtates Somerset Mike Douglas Name That Tone Edge of NigM Oar Town Another WorM Jeopardy -3.30 Tafce 30 Girt In My Life What's the Good Word Family Ooort. Spltt Second He Knows She Dr. Zonk News Mod Squad Brady ;