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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta I nurcauy, uciuuvi 10, i nc LEI nuniuuc Get together with an old buddy inToronto. Do it no wand save 30% If there are faces back home that you'd like to see again, now's the time to take an 8-30 day trip with our "Explore Canada You'll save 30% on your return economy air See your travel agent or Air Canada and ask for further details. Then come see what you've been missing! AIR CAN ADA EXPLORE CANADA FARES make it easier to get around Canada t. l-MavJI, Cft IttJini; 3-9 p m on both Fri. and Sun tmd certain holiday periods Have the Stones played Peking i Press corps mans the Chinese hot line By JOHN BURNS Copyright 1973 The Globe and Mail KWEILIN Have the Roll- ing Stones performed in Peking? What Canadian and American magazine are available on Chinese new- sstands? McCalls? Answering such questions and others that have displayed not much greater under- standing of the realties of life in China has been the lot of several Canadian newsmen who had participated in hotline radio shows during Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau's visit to China. Sitting in cramped telephone booths nearly miles from home, radio reporters like Warren Michaels of London's CJBK have struggled to deal with hundreds of inquiries that have been telephoned in on what must be the first hotline shows ever to originate within China What the experience has re- vealed is a widespread igno- rance about Chinese life among the sort of Canadians who telephone hotline shows. Sometimes the ignorance has been coupled with a strong prejudice against com- munism, but the more com- mon attitude among the callers has been one of hunger for infor- mation that the hotline men, themselves newcomers to the country, have not always been able to provide. Mr. Michaels, a 30-year-old broadcaster who ran up telephone bill for one two-hour show, says that the questions put to him by listeners in the London area indicated that "many people in Canada have no concept of how life is lived in China and tend to equate it with life in Japan, about which they seem to know rather more." It was a London listener who asked the question about the Rolling Stones, citing the fact that they have performed in Japan. Mr. Michaels acknowledges that it was not a very preceptive inquiry, but adds that it gave him an op- portunity to do exactly what he believes a hotline show should do its listeners. "Of course I told the caller that there is no way the Roll- ing Stones could appear in Peking. But the question was useful because it gave me the opportunity to talk a little about entertainment in China, and to explain how everything must have a revolutionary theme." Paul Taylor, Ottawa bureau chief for Newsradio, a news service that supplies Toron- to's CKEY, also had his quota of uninformed questions. But he is loathe to criticize the callers who put the questions, believing them to be the vic- tims of a perception gap that affects many people who have not set foot in China. "In radio we're reaching a different sort of audience than the one that reads The Globe and Mail.'' he says. "For many of these people the radio coverage of the Trudeau visit Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Phone 327-8548 Paul Henderson says "Here's your all-star line-up for BIG WINTER Big winter action is what Canada is all about It happens when hockey superstar Paul Hen- derson lets fly with a blistering shot on goal. It happens on the ski slopes and snowmobile trails And big winter action is what you want when you've got places to go. And that's what you get with Firestone So much traction that we guarantee you'll go .or we'll pay the tow You get that promise in writing with every Firestone winter tne. (Yes, even the low- priced So why settle for less than big winter action with Firestone guaranteed traction1 We make it easy with GUARANTEED traction! Ttrestone "Town Country" MINI-SPORT Gn mini Vil. mi In- TOYOTA CORTINA TRIUMPH INSTALLED "Town Country" SUP-R-BELT F.iimiut Tfuvn CfiiiiuiV u> SKJM s ir.irno, (I M Sup R PHI i finsitnf HOit liit mi i lunr) noiihlc hi mil, I 1 Fll ukuv ill in lit MI m 'ii, Is i I DART CUDA TORINO WMIIfWAII 10 0 r 1 1 ftl A( KVVAll 1 '1 i inn WS 'ml .ivilihl' I-.' 1, U. il i "Town Country" ;