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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 0 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD TuMday, October 23, 1973 Managers want federal funds 'Theatres need improvement9 OTTAWA (CP) Canadian theatre managers complained that theatres are being left out of federal efforts to make the performing arts ac- cessible to more Canadians Hugh Walker, managing di- rector of Toronto's O'Keefe Centre, told a meeting of Canadian autidonum managers that some funds should be specifically ear- marked for theatres The 22 other managers generally agreed with Mr. Walker who argued that posi- tion with Jean Boucher, under secretary of state in the secretary of department Roy Aikenhead, manager of the Saskatoon Centennial Centre, said that while the Canada Council invests Canadian National Institute of the Blind MEMBER AGENCY OF THE UNITED WAY GIVE The United Way Thanks to you -Its working million a year towards the devejopment of Canadian per- forming arts, it doesn't give theatres any money to bring these improved attractions to the people The Canada Council's new touring office created last April to help with some of the travelling costs of performing artists and companies was a step m the right direction 20 injured wailing for rock group LONDON (AP) A wall of a balcony for spectators collapsed at Heathrow" Airport during the arrival of an American pop-singing group At least 20 young girls were injured, none critically. An airport spokesman said the wall gave way under the pressure of thousands of teenagers screaming for the Osmond Brothers. The collapse sent a ton of metal and concrete onto more youngsters on ground level. Six girls fell from the balcony onto the crowd below Eighteen were treated at the airport medical centre and others were taken to nearby hospitals But money was also needed oy theatres to properly promote and publicize visiting attractions. Western delegates also ar- gued that foreign attractions brought to Canada under federally-subsidized exchange programs must be made available to cities outside the "golden triangle" of Montreal, Ottawa and Toron- to The "hinterlands" have got to start getting a share of the good shows, said Michael Wood of the Saskatchewan Centre for the Arts. Mr. Boucher suggested that higher ticket prices rather than federal grants might be the way to meet the costs of expanded arts programs and adequate publicity A delegate replied that "we must keep the arts in Canada democratic. The arts have inherited a certain elitist quality that we must try to avoid Mr Boucher argued that at- tendance at movies and foot- ball games had not fallen off in spite of rising ticket prices. He said the government shouldn't be expected to pick up "slippage" in the box of- fice He agreed to consider the delegates' proposal but said the government would want a detailed account of what benefits would result from federal funds being spent on theatre administration. TV highlights TUESDAY DRAMA: p.m., Ch. 7. A series of different cases keep the paramedic crew busy CRIME DRAMA: Hawkloi, p.m., Ch. 13. A widow is accused of murdering her dying husband out of pity or for a inheritance? COMEDY: Mary Tyler Moore, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. An embarrass- ing situation as a newsroom employee falls in love with Mary CRIME DRAMA: Police Story, p.m., Ch. 7. A 10-year partnership between two cops is jeopardized when one of them embarks on a course of erratic behavior CRIME DRAMA: Kojak, p.m., Ch. 13. Telly Savalas stars as a New York detective in the debut of this new series SCIENCE: Target The Impossible, p.m., Ch. 13 The possibility, before the end of the decade, of predicting accurate- ly when earthquakes will occur. PUBLIC AFFAIRS: Up 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Canada's sacred cows are dealt with in this weekly provocative program. INTERVIEW: Some Honorable Members, p.m., Ch. 7. Patrick Watson hosts this new series in which he discusses the role of the backbenchers in the House of Commons BIOGRAPHY: "De 12 midnight, Ch. 7. The story of an 18th-century marquis who became an expert on debauchery WEDNESDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "The Over-The-HIll Gang Rides 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Three retired Texas Rangers join forces to rehabilitate a boozy old comrade. Canadian director unhappy with CBC WINNIPEG (CP) Cana- dian film director Allan King says the CBC has become another large corporation and, like most, has lost sight of its purpose Addressing a luncheon dur- ing the University of Winnipeg What have you got to lose? Your Eyes. A mountain sunset A good book.. A game of golf A child's smile That's what you've got to lose Your Hearing. A bird at your window. The laughter of children. A good joke. Your baby's first word. That's what you've got to lose. Your Hands. A game of softball. Buttoning your shirt Tying your laces Brushing your teeth. That's what you've got to lose. Your Back. An afternoon of gardening. Getting into your car. A day skiing. A comfortable night's sleep. That's what you've got to lose Your Legs. A brisk walk on the beach. A game of tennis. Going upstairs. Going downstairs A bicycle ride. That's what you've got to lose. Your Life. The rest of your life. That's what you've got to lose. You have a lot fo lose. And safety has a lot to give. Follow safety regulations. Wear protective equipment. Have a safe attitude. Have a safe life. Workmen's Compensation Board ALBERTA film festival, Mr. King said it would take a Medieval scholar "with a lifetime's experience discriminating the number of angels on the head of a pin, to be able to tell, for example, a major oil company from the CBC" He said program content is the only thing that should real- ly matter in broadcasting, and all the rest is housekeeping "I have the terrible feeling that the CBC has become so obsessed with housekeeping as most corporations do that producing programs has become little more than putting the garbage out at night Mr King, whose films in- clude Warrendale and A Married Couple, said the CBC has a virtual monopoly on communication by, for, and to Canadians. In today's corporate state, he said, competition is vir- tually extinct The interests of labor, industry and govern- ment are in balance and all three function as cor- porations Act fails to protect landlords EDMONTON (CP) Provincial Judge S G MacDonald says Alberta's proposed Landlord and Tenant Act fails to provide landlords with adequate protection against irresponsible tenants. Judge MacDonald, chairman of the city's landlord and tenant advisory board, said in a letter to Mayor Ivor Denf, that the legislation contains a large number of penalties "almost entirely against the landlord He also criticized the bill for failing to create an organization to deal with landlord and tenant matters and said the Edmonton board has been successful in improv- ing landlord-tenant relationships. The proposed legislation eliminated damage deposits which have proven necessary in "thousands of enquiries handled by the board, Judge MacDonald added If the deposits were eliminated, landlords would be prompted to raise rents to such an extent that a serious housing situation would be created 'Bad bite9 disease common VANCOUVER (CP) An American dentist says chronic headaches, neck and back pains and earaches can be the result of a "bad bite." Dr. Niles Guichet of Anaheim, Calif., told the an- nual convention of the Cana- dian Dental Association that 70 per cent of North Americans suffer from malocclusion disease, teeth that don't mesh properly when they come together. He said until recently, neither family physicians nor dentists recognized the problem and some patients would take as many as 60 to 100 aspirins a month to ease the pain. "All they needed was a good dentist to file or grind some of the teeth down so the bite was Dr. Guichet said. He added that a bad bite can result when aperson loses a tooth and it is not replaced. Other teeth shift to accom- modate the missing tooth and therefore create tension which can cause headaches, neck and shoulder pains or earaches. IN THE WORKS KIRK MALEW, Isle of Man (CP) While a major overhaul of the Kirk Majew Church organ was being carried out, reported Rev. J. Marshall Payne in the Manx Churchman, "a defunct hedgehog was discovered.'' JUST TESTING BRADFORD, England (CP) A man pleaded guilty in court to being drunk, and ex- plained- "I have just come out of hospital where I have been having treatment for my drinking, and I had a drink to see if they had cured me." 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 MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 00 Buryl Clarke 6 50 Farm News 7 30 News. Wthr. Sporl 9 00 Chechne 1000 Walt Edwards 12 00 John Oliver 1230 News 1 00 Grain Prices 1 01 Call of the Land 3 00 Jack Neuield 5 00 News, Wthr, Sports 7 00 Paul Tessier 1200 Roy Rennick CJOC 5 00 Probe 1220 6 00 World al Six 6 35 Stan Bailey Show 8 00 John Charles 12 30 Steve Pisko WEDNESDAY 6 00 CBC News 6 05 Jack Thys 7 50 News, Weather and Sports 8 35 Phone Bill Show 1005 Gord Whitehead 11 00 Jack Thys 1200 Probe 1220 12 20 Noon Farm 1230 News, Weather and Sports 1 00 News and Gram Prices 1 05 Gord Whitehead 3 05 Jim Parsons 500 Probe 1220 5 03 John Charles Show 6 00 World at Six CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRID Sam -12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p m Dell-O 6pm -10 p m Don Medman 10 p m -12 Midnight Concerts Overtures and Encores (Bob Concle) SATURDAY 6 a m -12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p m Don Hedman TUESDAY NIGHT 6 30 As It Happens 8 10 CBC'Tuesday Night 1000 News, Sports Weather 10 10 From the Capitals 1015 Five Nights a Week 1030Dr Bundolas Pandemonium 11 03 Rupert's Land Rock Slide WEDNESDAY 5 30 Warm up 6 p m -1 am Dell-O SUNDAYS 6 a m -1 p m Concerts Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) 1-2 pm TDhe Gasthaus Hour (German program) 2-6 p m Don Hedman 6pm -12 midnight Concerts Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) CBR 6 OS Eye Opener 8 00 World at Eight 8 05 Eye Opener 9 00 The World at Nine 9 13 This Country 10 59 Time Signal 1203 Radio Noon 1 55 Stock Market 2 03 School Broadcast 2 30 Ofl the Record 3 30 Max Ferguson 4 00 BBC News 4 05 Home Run 6 00 World al Six You Get... GUARANTEED CIRCULATION When you advertise in The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK Next Chinook Octobor 30th (Advertising Deadline October 24th) CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CJOC-TV Channel 7 Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT 5 00 Hollywood Squares 5 30 CJOC News 6 00 Emergency 7 00 Bob Newhflrt 7-30 Hollywood Squares 8 00 Mary Tyler Moore 8 30 Police Story 9 30 Front Page Challenge 1000 Up Canada 10 30 Some Honorable Member 11 00 News 11 20 P M 12 00 Movie De Sade WEDNESDAY 6 30 Audobon 7 00 Farm and City CFCN-TV TUESDAY NIGHT 4 55 Mod Squad 5 55 News 630 Movie Darling, Die 8 00 Daddy s Girl 830 Koiack 930 Target 1000 Marcus Welby 11 00 News 11 20 News 11 30 First and Ten 1200 Merv Griffin WEDNESDAY 5 55 Thought for the Day 6 00 University of the Air 630 Yoga 700 Canada A M 7 15 Wizard of Oz 7 30 Ed Allen 8 00 PmoccrTfo 8 30 Uncle Bobby 9 00 Alberta Education 930 Mon Ami 9 45 Friendly Giant 10 00 Western Schools 1030 Mr Dress Up 11 00 Sesame Street 12 00 Superman 12 30 Lassie 1 00 General Hospital 1 30 Lets Make A Deal 2 00 Our Town 3 00 Take 30 3 30 Edge of Nighl 4 00 Family Cour! 4 30 Drop In ChaniMl 13 (Cablcvtalon Ch. 4) 8 30 Romper Room 9 00 This Week 15 Parlons i-rancis 9 30 M E E T A 1000 Lifestyle 1030 Pay Cards 11 00 Galloping Gourmet 11 30 Beat the Clock 1200 Flmtstones 1230 Woody Woodpecker 1 00 Movie The Over The Mil Gana Rides Again 2 30 Somerset 3 00 Another World 3 30 Whats the Good Word 4 00 Anything You Can Do 4 10 Buckshot 4 55 Hogan s Heroes News 600 NHL KRTV Great Palls Channel TUESDAY NIGHT 600 Maude 6 30 Sanlord and Son 700 M.ASH 7 30 All In the Family 8 00 Perry Mason 10 30 Tonight Show WEDNESDAY 6 15 Our World 6 45 Salute Agriculture 7 00 Today Show 8 00 Joker s Wild 8 30 Pyramid Orwrt Falte ChaniMl TUESDAY NIGHT 5 30 News 6 00 News 6 30 Truth or Consequences 7 00 Movie The President's Plane Is missing 9 00 Marcus Vveiuy 1000 News 10 30 Movie The Law and' Jake Wade WEDNESDAY fi 55 Farm News 7 00 Captain Kangaroo B 00 News 9 00 Audrey 30 Jack LaLanno 3 (Cabtovlslon Ch. 9) 900 Gambit 9 30 Hollywood Scares 10 00 Jeopardy 1030 Who What Where Game 1055 News 11 00 Price is Right 11 30 As the World Turns 12 00 Days ot Our Lives 12 10 The Doctors 1 00 Another World 1 30 New Match Game 2 00 Secret Storm 2 30 Mike Douglas 4 00 Today in Montana A 30 News 5 00 NBC Nightly News 5 30 News 0 (Cabtevtolon Ch. 11) 1000 Young and Restless 10 25 news 1030 Search lor Tomorrow 11 00 All My Children 11 30 Lots Make a Deal 1200 Newlywed Game 1230 News 1 00 General Hospital 1 30 One Life to Live 00 I ove American Style 10 of Odds 1 00 Throe on a Match 1 in Girl in My Life 4 00 Split Second 4 10 Brady Bunch "5 00 Password ;