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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Friday. Octobtr 12, Edmonton broadcaster clashes with CRTC program objectives VERNON, BC. normal drone of the Canadian Radio-Television Commission (CRTC) hearing was in- terrupted this week by a clash between commission counsel John Lawrence and Edmonton broadcaster Wendell Wilks Mr. Lawrence objected to Mr Wilks "reading a lecture" to the commission on its own cable television guidelines Mr Wilks. vice-president and general manager of Ed- monton Video Ltd., was in- tervening against applications by two cable television com- panies to bring two more L' S. channels into Edmonton. He argued that additional U.S. programs would weaken the Canadian television system and quoted to the commission excerpts of the cable televi- sion guidelines of 1971, dealing with the danger of wholesale imports of American televi- sion programs. Mr. Wilks, whose station CITV will not start broad- casting until next September, pointed out that currently Ed- monton cable television stations distribute more American than Canadian programs and the cable applications would increase bv 240 hours a week the U.S. TONIGHT 'THE LINEMEN AtThe ALEC HOTEL FALL TEA and BAZAAR SAT.. OCT. to p.m. Sponsored By ST. PATRICK'S CWL f CHURCH HALL 318 10th St. S. Tombola Draw will be made. CABARET DANCE HENDERSON LAKE GOLF CLUB SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13th "FOUR HITS AND A MISS" Members and Invited Guests Onlyl ITALIAN CLUB SUPPER and DANCE m the German Canadian Club Hall SATURDAY, October 13th SUPPER 6-30 p m. DANCING p m Music by "THE SOUTHERNERS" Advance tickets phone 328-1945 CELEBRATING THE 481st ANNIVERSARY OF THE DISCOVERY OF NORTH AMERICA SATURDAY BOMBSHELLS ONE DAY ONLY WHILE QUANTITIES LAST. Panti Hose One size fits all our regular 99e Printed Blanket 80x100 beautiful floral prints. Our regular price 10.67 '.99 K-Mart Spray Starch Big 20 oz. tin Super Gripper Yardage Protect your carpet. 27" wide. Thousands of grippers. Heavy 1.47 duty 8 mil. Yard Crushed Velvet Cushions Twin Pack Reg. 6.44 Rebound Game Each 4 6 .99 .99 Javex Bleach 128oz size 87' KRESGES domination of broadcasting in the Edmonton area He said that would give Ed- monton residents approx- imately 575 hours of programs a week from the United States and 269 hours a week from Canada. This would not be in the public interest, he said. Commission counsel Lawrence took sharp issue with the inference that Ed- monton video was not aware of the possibility of such cable television applications when it applied for its licence last January and charged Mr Wilks was naive. Mr. Wilks objected to applications by QCTV Ltd. and Capital Cable TV Ltd of Edmonton to add two American channels KREM-TV and KHQ-TV, both of Spokane, Wash., supplying ABC and NBC programming respectively. A spokesman for the Alberta Native Com- munications Society said despite its acquisition of television production facilities, the society finds great difficulty gaining access to television distribution systems And it feels the in- flux of more U.S programm- ing would create more com- petition for Edmonton stations, cutting down even more on the time and facilities available for native programming. Another objection raised by the Indian organization was that American programs perpetrate a stereotyped and false image of the "drunken" and "lazy" Indian. Other interventions against the QCTV and Capital Cable applications came from Sunwapta Broadcasting Ltd., owners of CFRN-TV Ed- monton and from CFCN Television Ltd. of Calgary. The Calgary group did not support or reject the other in- terventions but spoke of the effect of this submission was lessened somewhat when James Shaw of Capital Cable speaking in rebuttal quoted to the commission figures from CFCN's annual report, showing a substantial increase in earnings and giv- ing additional statistics to prove that Alberta is the most profitable television market in Canada. Also in the afternoon session, Alberta Broadcasting Corporation Ltd. submitted its application for expansion of its cable television system at Fort McMurray, Alta. The application coincides with plans by Syncrude Canada Ltd. to build a large oil- extracting development at the Alberta Tar Sands near Fort McMurray. Heading the list of applications for cable televi- sion rights are 13 for the British Columbia cities of Kamloops and Vernon. Eight groups have applied for the Kamloops licence, five for Vernon. The CRTC heard a presenta- tion from Ed Rawlmson, president of Arctic Radio Corp. Ltd., which seeks an English-language AM radio station at The Pas, Man He expressed willingness to work with and encourage In- dian groups to take advantage of the proposed station's com- munity programming Arctic Radio operates radio station CFAR in Flin Flon, about 55 miles from The Pas An application from the CBC for a licence to start a French-language FM station in Thompson, Man., was op- posed in several interven- tions. Opponents argued that the area needs the full CBC AM English service more than it needs French FM Harry Boyle, CRTC vice- chairman, said the situation in Thompson is not unique. He said the situation existed in reverse in Chicoutimi, Que where a large French majori- ty objects to provision of English-language service to a minority TV highlights FRIDAY CRIME DRAMA: Chase, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. Off to the races for Reddick and team. They're after a race track robbery ring that's been hitting the big winners. MOVIE HORROR: Dracula, 7 p.m., Ch. 9. The count of Transylvania lives again. MOVIE SUSPENSE: Double Indemnity, p.m., Ch. 13. A classic story of suspense as a woman and an insurance man scheme to kill her husband and collect on his insurance policy. MOVIE DRAMA: Girl Happy, p.m., Ch. 11. Elvis Presley as a swinging singer with romantic problems. MOVIE DRAMA: The Green Berets, midnight, Ch. 7. About special forces action in Viet Nam. DOUBLE FEATURE: 1. Omar Khayyam, midnight, Cb. 13. 2. The Reluctant Saint. SATURDAY SPORTS: Wide World of Sports, 5 p.m., Ch. 13. Auto racing and rodeo The Native Friendship Centre wishes to invite the citizens of Southern Alberta to its OPEN HOUSE and POW WOW Saturday, October 13th 1973 from 9 a.m. to 1 a.m. at ifi new location 324 4th Street South, A dance will be held Friday, October 12th from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the Centre. Admisdon S1 per penon. Everyone it welcome. Ingrid Bergman lauded LpNDON (AP) Theatre critics gave Swedish actress Ingrid Bergman warm praise Thursday on her return to the London stage in Somerset Maugham's The Constant Wife Miss Bergman, who plays the role of a foi giving wife in her husband's marital transgressions, stars with John McCallum who plays the husband, and Barbara Ferris who is the husband's girl triend. Herbert Kretzmer, writing in The Daily Express said. Given the enduring appeal of Ingnd Bergman who has at- tained practically the status ol minor royalty in the affec- of the British, there is no way m which her West End entertainment can tail Ingrid Bergman looks cool and elegant as the wily forgiv- ing wife B A Young ol The Finan- cial Times said "I find it hard to keep my head when writing about Miss Bergman She has such classic beauty, such irresistible magnetism that she need do no more than stand on the stage to win my tubule Driver killed TROCHU (CP) Dallas Sidney Hepburn, 49, of Huxley was killed in a single-vehicle accident near thus community about 160 miles southeast of Edmonton Police said he was the lone occupant of a car that left a district road and overturned in the ditch. Show Times OCTOBER 12 PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects 7 00 9.00 A TOUCH OF CLASS- 7 15 9'20 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 20 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects1 7 15 9 20 FORTY CARATS 7 30 9 40 LAST COMPLETE SHOW- 9 20 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects 7-00 9 10 EMPEROR OF THE NORTH 7 10 9 20 LAST COMPLETE SHOW- 9 10 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE WARM DECEMBER 8 00 THE REIVERS 1000 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 8.00 GATES OPEN ADULT ENTERTAINMENT HEAR OSCAR L. DRIJBER Father of Marjan Drijber, tell with illustrated slides and movies what really happened to his daughter and Christine Sinclair that were killed by Zambian soldiers Friday, October 12th, LCI, 8 p.m. CALENDAR OF THE ARTS Co-ordinated by the Allied Arts Council Contact Bowman Arts Centre, Weekdays 10 a.m. 5 p.m. Telephone 327-2813. CURRENT EVENTS Oct. Prairie Suite, U of L Gallery, through Nov. 14 Monday-Friday, 9 a.m to p.m.; Sunday, 1 p.m. to 5 p m Oct Southminster Junior Choir, Yates Centre p.m. Oct Southminster Junior Choir, Yates Centre p.m. COMING EVENTS Oct. 22-Film U of L Series. Yates Centre, p.m Oct Anne Campbell Singers and Teen Clefs, CBR Radio, 10-30 to 11 p.m, CONTINUING EVENTS Until Nov Prairie Suite, U of L Gallery Sir Alex- ander Gait Museum: Hours, Monday to Friday, 1 p.m. to 4 30 p.m Sunday, 2 p m. to 5 p.m. LETHBRIDGE MUSICAL THEATRE Presents "MAME" STARRING NORAH ROSE AS MAME With a Cast of Fifty and Full Theatre Orchestra at the YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE, LETHBRIDGE FRIDAY, NOV. 16th to SATURDAY DEC. 1st Box Office Opens Wed., Oct. 17th Yates Centre Daily a.m. to p.m. Phone 327-7055 (No Telephopne Bookings Oct. 17 and 18) All Mail Orders Postmarked Not Later than Oct. 13th Performances Evenings p.m. Tickets Students Night (under 18) Nov. 15th "A Magnificent Musical" "Fun for All Ages" "Costumes" "Spectacle" Please Book Early Clip and Mail "MAME" BOX 811, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Please Reserve and Forwardf the Following Tickets (use box for number of tickets required and circle date you wish to attend and price) PLEASE ENCLOSE CHEQUE OR MONEY ORDER NOVEMBER 16 17 20 21 22 23 24 27 28 29 30 Dec. 1st NAME ADDRESS PHONE. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHIC KHIDAY NICJHT 3-00 Jack Neuleld 5-00 News 7 00 Paul Tessier '2 00 Roy Hennik KKIDAY NIGHT 500 Probe 1220 6 00 World "al Six 6 30 Stan Bailey Show 8 00 John Charles 1200 Steve Pisko S ATI! HI) AY 6 00 News SATURDAY 6.00 Buryl Clarke 1200 John Oliver 12-30 News 6-00 Paul Tessier 1200 Roy Rennick CJOC 6 05 Jack Thys 7 30 News. Wthr. Sports 10-05 Gord Whitehead 12-00 News 3 00 John Charles 5 15 Soccer Results 5 40 Sports 5 53 News CHIC-FM 100.0 MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 a in -12 noon Don McMaster, 12 noon-6 p m Dell-0 6 p ni -10 p m Don Hedman 10pm -12 midnight Concerts Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) SATURDAY 6 a m -12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p m and Encores Don Hedman 6 p m -1 a -Ti Dell-O SUNDAYS 6am 1pm Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) 1-2 p m I he Uasthaus Hour (German program) 2-6 p m Don Hedman 6 p m -12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) CBR CBR will carry World Serlat Live to following pro- grim ii subject to lome major World Serial garnet expected iboul 12 noon Siturdly, October 13 and 20; Sunday. October 14 and 21 and about 6 p.m. Tueeday, Wednetday and Thunday. October 16, 17 and 18. FRIDAY MdHT 4 03 Home Hun 5 00 BBC News 5 30 News 6 00 World at Six 6 30 As I! Happens 8 03 Between Ourselves 9 00 Music West 10 00 News, Sport Wthr 10 10 From the Capitals 1015 Five nights a Week 10 3C Let the People Sing 11 00 News 11 03 Major Progression SATURDAY 6 03 Sounds Like Saturday 8 00 News 8 45 Notice Board 9 00 News 9 10 The Slums 9 30 Family Favorites 10 03 This Country in the Morning (Pt 1) 10 59 Time Signal 11 03 This Country in the Morning (PI. 2) 12 00 News 12 10 Our Native Land 1 03 TBA 2 OT College Football Don't Miss Reading The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK COMING OUT TUESDAY (Included with your copy of The Herald) Southern Alberta's LARGEST Rural Circulation 30.600 107.000 Readers CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevlslon Ch. 0) FRIDAY 5 00 Hollywood squares 5 30 CJOC News 6 00 Chase 7 00 Manmx 8 00 All In The Family 8 30 MASH 9 00 Tommy Hunter 10 00 Flip Wilson 11 00 News 11 20 P M 12 00 Movie, Green Berets 4.30 500 S VTIIKDAY f> 30 Uncle BobDy 7 00 Pmochio CFCN-TV Lethbrldge Channel 13 (Cablevleion Ch. 4) 7 30 Pink Panther 8 00 Cartoons and Children's Movie 9 30 Flinlslones 10 15 World Series Panel 1030 World Series 1 00 Sports Week 1 30 Frontier Collection 2 00 Claire Olsen 2 30 Wrestling 3 30 Yogi's Gang 4 00 Goober and Ghost Chasers Jeannie Bugs Bunny FRIDAY 5r> Mod Squad 5 55 News 6 30 On Thp Rntos 7 00 SlarLosi 8 00 Sanlord and Son 8 30 Movie 1000 FBI 11 00 News 11-20 News 1200 Double Bill 1 Omar Khayyam 2 The Reluctant Saint SATURDAY 7 55 Thought lor Day 8 00 Josie and the Pussy- cats 8 30 The Jelsons 9 00 Sport Digest 9 30 Amazing Ohan iG uu Archie 1030 Waterville Gang 11 00 Puppet People 11 30 Fantasia 12 00 Buckshot 1230 Musical Friends 1 30 Wrestling 2 30 MacDonald Invitational Slakes 3 00 Sports Digest 3 30 Roller Derby 4 30 Batman 5 00 Wide World ol Sports 6 00 News KRTV Great Channel 3 (Cablevlslon Ch. 0) FRIDAY 6 00 Hee Haw 7 00 Movie Dracula 900 Flip Wilson 1000 News 10 30 Tomaht show SATURDAY 6 00 CGF Teiecourse 7 00 Scooby Doo 8 00 My Favorite Martian 8 30 Jeannie 900 930 1000 1030 1 1 00 1 I 30 1200 300 310 400 4 30 500 600 Speed Buggy Josie and Pussy- cats Archies Fat Albert Flmstones Baileys Comets Baseball Lidsville Pink Panther Lassie News Barnaby Jones Lawrence Welk KFM Great Palls Channel 5 (Cablevltton Ch. It) FRIDAY 6 00 News 6 30 Truth or Consequences 7 00 Brady Bunch 7 30 Odd Couple fl 00 Room 222 8 30 AdJtn 9 nib 9 Gli Love. American Style 10 00 Nows. 10 10 Movie Girl Happy SAPMtDAY r> 55 News 600 Bugs Bunny fi 30 Yogi's Gang 7 00 Super Friends 8 00 I assio's Rescue Rangers fl 30 Goober and the Ghost Chasers 900 Brady Kids 9 30 Mission Magic 1000 Superstar Movio 11 Of American Bandstand 12 00 Wide World ol Sports ,incl NCAA f> 00 Tick G 00 Sonny ;