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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, Octobtr 13, 1973 Local blackouts bother Mather By IAIN HUNTER Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Surrey-White Rock MP Barry Mather wants Parliament to urge the Cana- dian Radio and Television Commission to stop local TV blackouts of professional foot- ball and hockey games when more than 70 per cent of stadium or arena seats have been sold. The New Democratic Party MP gave notice of aepiotion he will make later.in trie Com- Saskatchewan establishes news network REGINA (CP) The provincial government an- nounced yesterday it will es- tablish a network of up to 20 teletype machines to help speed distribution .jef news releases to Saskatchewan news mediu. The network of machines will be similar to a plan im- plemented by the Alberta government the Alberta Communications Network to provide news releases and government announcements to radio stations and new- spapers in the province. Opposition MLAs have ob- jected in Alberta that the government is spending public money for propaganda pur- poses Marathon ends PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) The mery-go-round marathon is over. Don Johnston, a Portland radio station reporter, climb- ed off the carousel at Jantzen Beach Center Saturday after riding it for 191 hours and 23Vj minutes. mons asking the government to give immediate considera- tion to urge this policy on the CRTC, the body regulating television broadcasting in Canada. The lifting of the local TV blackout would apply to games between teams of the Canadian Football League, National Hockey League and World Hockey Association when 70 per cent or more of the seats at games have been sold. A ruling by the broadcasting regulatory agency in the U.S. lifting the local blackout when football games have been sold out has caused protests from clubs and stadium operators. They have claimed lost profits from parking and other ser- vices due to the number of people who buy tickets but choose to stay home and watch the game on TV when the local blackout is lifted. Power abuse charge hurled EDMONTON (CP) The move by the Alberta govern- ment to arbitrarily reclassify some employees to a lower pay scale is repugnant and an abuse of power. Bill Broad, president of the Civil Service Association of Alberta, said today. Mr. Broad told a news conference the province was guilty of an "improper use of ministerial power" in its reclassification of trades- men maintenance tradesmen. "We're going to fight this as far as we can and we're already looking at the next step it might be through the courts." he said. CABARET DANCE HENDERSON LAKE GOLF CLUB SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13th 'TOUR HITS AND A MISS" Members and Invited Only! A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL 60S 5th AVE. S. PHONE 321-7921 or 326-1181 P. LAWSON TRAVEL MARQUIS HOTEL BLOQ. PHONE 328-3000 TV highlights SATURDAY SPORTS: NHL Hockey, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. The Vancouver Canucks meet the Canadiens in Montreal. DRAMA: Police Surgeon, p.m., Ch. 13. William Win- dom as an extortionist out to blackmail his wife's psychotic killer who's already murdered four women. CRIME DRAMA: The Anderson Tapes, 8 p.m., Ch. 9. Sean Connery plays an ex-con who masterminds the heist of a luxury apartment house. MOVIE DRAMA: John and Mary, 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Hoffman and Mia Farrow meet in a singles bar and begin a casual love affair. MOVIE WESTERN: Stranger On The Run, midnight, Ch. 7. About the relentless hounding of a murder suspect, DOUBLE FEATURE: 1. Caprice, midnight, Ch. 13.; 2. Seconds, a.m., Ch. 13. SUNDAY SPORTS: Pro Football, p.m., Ch. 13. The Ottawa Rough Riders take on the Stampeders in Calgary. SUNDAY MAGICIAN DRAMA: The Vanishing Lady, p.m., Ch. 13. A young singer is kidnapped by thugs who plan to collect ramsom and then dump her in Lake Mead. DRAMA: Emergency! 6 p.m., Ch. 9. A comatose rock star is rushed into the hospital suffering from overwork and ex- haustion. DRAMA: The Waltons, p.m., Ch. 7. A troubled con- science and a tough choice confront John Boy. CRIME DRAMA: McCloud, 8 p.m., Ch. 9. Butch Cassidy Rides Again. DRAMA: Vicky, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. A drama about the despair of the mentally ill. DOCUMENTARY: Deadline 1980: The European Challenge, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. A report on the European Economic Community the Common Market. MONDAY MOVIE DRAMA: Crowhaven Farm, 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A TV- made yarn about a young couple swept into a nightmare world of witchcraft. Television class may link nations Awards program sets compromise By JACQUES HAMILTON MONTREAL (CP) The on-again off-again Canadian Film Awards (CFA) will take without television coverage and without an Etrog in sight. The awards, now 25 years old, were brought to Montreal this year for the first time and promptly ran into a head-on LABOR CLUB Corner 2nd Ave. and 13th St. N. Weekend Entertainment In The Clubrooms Friday "MARKET PLACE Saturday "CROSSROADS MEMBERS AND THEIR INVITED GUESTS FUNTOURS FEATURING 4 Day Cruise lo Nassau. "Mardt Gras" Cypress "Grant! Olc Opty" Wall Disney World Kennedy Space Centre, transportation hy deluxe Hiway Cruiser lo Miami and return DEPARTING FEB 2... 25 Fun-Filled Cays Escmted CALIFORMA SEE: Phwnu "OH Tucson" Sin ind more. DEPARTING- OCT. 15 Fun-Filted Escoti.il from LAS VEGAS RI'VO City. Likt Virginia City ind mart DEPARTING. NOV. 17 9 fan-tints Qtyt, Eicoitid ham OTTAWA (CP) Some Carleton University students of the class of 1976 may sit in on television courses tran- smitted live by satellite from Stanford University in California. Similarly. Stanford students, on their campus near San Francisco, will be able to engage in a give-and- take with Carleton professors by means of two-way audio and visual signals. The educational exchange will be made possible when Canada and the United States launch a com- munications technology satellite in 1975. Stuart Patterson, director of the government-supported communications facility which is preparing the experi- ment at Carleton. said the universities would be allotted a few hours a day on one of the satellite's channels. The televised courses will be two-way so students will be able to respond with questions and get an answer back from the professor miles away. It is proposed that students taking the satellite course from the other univer- sity will receive course credits from their own. Initially, the universities plan to exchange advanced engineering courses. But Carleton also plans to tran- smit courses with Canadian content. Mr. Patterson said. Mr. Patterson said the main purpose of the experimental facility is to devise methods of transmitting educational pro- grams to remote areas in northern Canada. The centre, supported by the com- munications department, has spent since it was set up in 1971. LOVE KILLS RIVALS TEHRAN (AP) Two youths in love with the same girl decided to smash their motorcycles together at full speed, and if there was only one survivor, he would get the girl, the newspaper Ettelaat reports. Both youths were killed. One lived long enough to tell the story. LETHBRIDGE BUDDIST CHURCH 1303-13 Street North CHOW MEIN SUPPER AND BAZAAR SUNDAY. OCT. 14th-3 to 7 p.m. EVERYONE WELCOME LOSE INCHES IN NINETY RELAXING MINUTES THE NEW, EASY WAY! ASK ABOUT SPECIAL LOW PRICES NOW IN EFFECT IGURE TRIM GUARANTEE You'll IOM 2 overall on your lint viill, and 5 by your fifth or your money will be refunded in full. NO CONTRACTS TO SIGN FIGURE TRIM .WESTMINSTER SHOPPING CENTRE 425 13th ST. N. PHONE 328-9886 LABOR CLUB WEEKLY BINGO Every Monday 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 49 Numbers Game No. 1 50 10th Game Blackout in 60 Numbers 1 Games Prize Money 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card All Wood Cards Children Under Not Allowed Binge will alto played In tha club room for and thtlr invited gueait. Mualc Friday and Saturday Banquet Paellltiea Corntr 13th St. and 2nd Avt. N. collision with the Quebec Directors' Association. The association, angered by what it called unfair pre- selection of films for the awards, announced Monday that they would boycott the awards presentations. In reaction, the awards or- ganizers said they would cancel the awards presen- tation. TV sex tops violence RAINOR, Pa. (AP) Sex on television programs is less offensive to Americans than violence, says a poll con- ducted for TV Guide magazine. In its Oct. 13 issue, the magazine says the viewers polled felt violence is more objectionable, by 35 to 27 per cent. "But a full one-third of the people think one is just as bad as the other." the magazine says. "Women object to scenes of sex in far greater numbers than men to 23 per cent." Nearly 40 per cent of the viewers believe television is more open and frank than it should be, and 41 per cent think too much time is devoted to programs dealing with sexual topics. Results of the June 12 poll of 495 men and 526 women, all over 18 and living in private homes, also show: two-thirds of American viewers feel there is too much violence on television. than half favor a re- view board to screen televi- sion shows to keep programs of "questionable taste" off the air. During the week the conflict grew to include the newly- formed Quebec Critics' Association who sided with the directors and the Quebec producers' and distributors' associations which both sided, with the awards organizers. Marcia Couelle, principal organizer lor the awards, an- nounced a compromise. The awards will take place, she said, at a news conference. The international jury will announce its .selections for the winners in the various cate- gories. There will, however, be no presentation of Etrogs (the Oscar-like statuette named for its designer Sorel Etrog) during the news conference. She said no decision has been made yet on how winners would receive their awards. Plans for TV coverage of the evening have been cancelled. Miss Couelle said. The directors. 14 of whom had work entered for the awards, had criticized the CFA for "plagiarizing" the Academy Awards and for a preselection process that "give a mutilated picture ot our (Quebecois) production." All the 212 entries in the awards, including 32 feature- length films, were screened here this week. Among the features are Kamouraska, Paperback Hero and The Pyx. crown isn't for Bob Baker DETROIT (AP) Wayne State University student Bob Baker is threatening to go to court because he was dis- qualified from competing for the school's homecoming queen crown. Its a clear case of sex dis- cimination, he says. Baker, the student-faculty council candidate, was dis- qualified by the university's homecoming committee. He ran as a "favorite son" in an campaign" for his spot on the court. 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. CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6am -12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p m Dell-0 6 p.m -10 p m Don Hedman 10 p m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) SATURDAY B a m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m -1a.m. Dell-0 SUNDAYS 6 a m -1 p.m. Concerts. Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) 1-2 p.m Tne Gasthaus Hour (German program) 2-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m -12 midnight Concerts. Overtures and Encores (Bob Conc'C) CHIC 6.00 12.00 12 30 6.00 1200 700 7-30 SATURDAY Buryle Clark John Oliver News. Sports. Wlhr. Paul Tessier Roy Rennick SUNDAY Leo Dow (Music We Remember) Indian News Media B'OO Leo Dow 8.45 Sports 9.00 Leo Dow 12.30 News, Weather Sports Jack Neuleld Roy Rennick 6 45 Ind Baptist Church Gospel Hour Back lo God Hour 8-00 Roy Rennick CJOC SATURDAY NIGHT 5 40 Sports 5 53 News 6 00 Show Case 7.00 Stan Bailey Show 1-00 Barry Hegland SUNDAY 6 00 News 6 03 Canadian Concert Hall 7 00 Blacklool Indian Program 7 30 Family Favorites 9 00 News 8 15 Christian Science 9-05 Brown 9 00 1000, News Sports, Wtnr Sports Scores 9.30 10.30 11.30 11 30 Sunday Magazine 12 30 News 1-00 Jim Parsons Show 3 10 Cross Country Checkup 5-00 Mike LeBlanc Show 6.00 Rock On 8.00 Enter'amers Capital Report 10 00 Hour ot Decision 1030 Sunshm Evanqel MONDAY 605 Jack Thys Show 7 50 News, Wlhr, Sport 8'35 Phone Bill Show 10-05 Gord Whitehead 11 00 Jack Thys 12 00 Probe 1220 12'30 News, Wthr. Sport 1 00 News and Gram Prices 1.05 Gord Whitehead Show 3 05 Jim Parsons Show 5 00 News 602 Stan Bailly Show CBR CBR will carry the entire World Serial Live so the following pro- gram schedule tubject to tome major World Series gamea are expected about 12 noon Saturday, October 13 and 20; Sunday, October 14 and 21 ana about 6 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday end Thursday, October 16, 17 and 18. SATL'llDAV NIC.IIT 2 03 College Football 4 30 'Jazz Canadiana 5 03 Showcase '73 6-10 The Demand Side Symphony Hall 803 CBC Stage 9 00 Canadian Concert Hall 1003 Anthology 11 03 Music Alive 12 03 Just Jazz SUNDAY 7 05 Sunday Morning 8 05 Sunday Morning 8.45 Children's Story Time 9 05 Sunday Magazine Sunday Supplement 10 59 Time Signal Capital Report 12 03 The Entertainers Quebee now 3 10 Cross Country Check up 5'03 NHL News 7.33 8.10 830 9.03 1003 11.03 1203 530 605 8-00 805 9.00 9 13 1059 1203 2-3 J 330 i. 00 4 05 600 6.30 'vertime Sound of Sports Canadian Catalogue National Arts Centre Orchestra Gilmor's Album The Bush and the Salon Warner's Waxworks MONDAY Warm Up Eye Opener World at 8 Calgary Eye Opener World at Nine This Country Time Signal Radio Noon Blockmark! School Broadcast Olf the Record Max Ferguson CBC News Home Run World at Six As M Happens Don't Miss Reading The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK COMING OUT TUESDAY (Includid with your copy of Thi Hindi) Southern Albtrta'a LARGEST Rural Circulation Copiu-Over Rfideri CJOC-TV Channel Ch. 6) 5.00 Bugs Needles and Pins G 00 Sunday At 9'00 30 Singalong CBC into Special National News 11.45 Provincial Dollars and Sense 11.51 News Movls: Stranger 00 Movie-Ooeration Kid Brother the 30 Auoobon 3'QO 00 Farm and City Today E 30 N'vcn The Wizard of Oz 9-00 Oral Ed Allen 9.3U Finocchio Faitn For Uncle Bobby M 00 00 Albeua Education 11-30 Frontier 30 Mon Ami Friendly Giant Alberta Schools 12.43 .'.-.y Mr. Dress Up 1-CO D'st'ic'. Sesame Stret 1 CO Handy 00 Super Man 1.45 World Series 2 30 Lassie 2-00 World Odd Couple 4-30 Sports Let's Make A Deal 5.00 Music lo Our Town 5.30 The Irish 00 Tahu 30 6-00 30 Edge of Nighl 7-00 00 Family Court 7 30 Tne Drop In Hollywood Squares CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevlslon Ch. 4) SMH'KlJAY XIGHT 6.00 News f, 1C O1' Ropor; 6 31 Kmqc Bifqc, 7 00 Shake. Rock nnd RDoll 7 30 Police Sjrgoon 3 00 Guiaoors Unlimr.od C 33 Fancy 9 00 Vovie John and Mary 11 CO Nuws 11 20 NCJVS 11-30 Krow Your Sports V-00 Double Bill-. Caprice 2 Seconds SUNDAY 7 f-5 ThouaM! lor Day S 00 4-H Clufjtime 8 30 Rev. Solbrekken 9-00 Day of Discovery 9-30 To You With Love 10-00 NFB iO'30 Wrirtow on Brtam 11-00 On the Line Rural Reporl 12 00 Rex H'jmbard PO Markei Piac? 1 30 NFB 2 50 Pentecoi.; Presents 3 00 Horst Kcshlor 3'30 Missmp. Link 4-00 Garner Ted Armstrong ;