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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, September 23, 1970 Ban Proposed On Air Astrologers MONTREAL (CP) A brief for the Canadian Radio- Television Commission says all astrologers arc charlatans and should not be allowed to broadcast "their nonsense." The brief, prepared by the Funeral Held For Noted Poet EDMONTON (CP) Funeral service was held here for Vic- tor Kupchenko, 78, of Edmon- ton, known to Ukrainians on three continents for his poetry and essays. Mr. Kupchenko, a printer for 55 years, died Satur- day. He came to Canada from Bukovena in the Ukraine in 3915 and had his works circu- lated in North America, Eur- ope and South America. science faculty of the Univer- sity of Montreal, says astrol- ogy is a inylh and should be banned from broadcasts. It says "psychological harm" can come from astrol- ogical predictions and that studies the world over indi- cate that predictions based on astrology are false as often as not. Prof. Oillcs Beaudet, a Uni- versity of Monrteal astrophy- sicist who prepared the brief with Uie support of the sci- ence faculty, said in an inter- view the basic belief of astrol- ogy that the earth is the centre of the universe "is non- sense." THINGS WERE DIFFERENT. When the charts from which astrologers make their predic- tions were first drawn years ago, the sun and the planets were in an entirely different relationship, he said. "The people wlio are setting themselves up as astrologists know it is nonsense. They are nothing but charlatans. "They are giving signifi- cance to things in the sky which are just ridiculous. Mars is supposed to be a bad planet to be born under when it is really nothing but a pile of dead rocks." He said the university did not make a special research in preparing the brief but drew' from a number of studies. ASTROLOGER REPLIES John Manolesco, one of Montreal's best known radio a a d television astrologers, said in an interview the scien- tists at the university are trying to compete with his shows on both French- and .English-language networks. "I smell a rat he said, "these people are intel- lectual frauds who have never stuck their noses inside an as- trology text. "They would like to replace my show with their own edu- cational shows. If people want to get educated, they can go to school." Mr. Manolesco said his field is just as respectable as that of his critics. "Like astron- omy, astrology is based on un- proved hypotheses." Hijack Threat LONDON (AP) A spokes- man for Lufthansa said today the West German airline has re- ceived a threat in Frankfort to hijack one of its planes some- where in the world in the next few days. The spokesman said the air- line had taken special security measures. Details of the mes- sage were not disclosed. Fragmented Medical System Causes Duplicate Of Work JASPER (CP) The Cana- dian medical system is frag- mented and frequently results iii duplication of work and ef- fort, Dr. K. Kippen, president of the Canadian Medical As- sociation, said here. Dr. Kippen told 200 delegates attending the Alberta Medical Association convention that "fragmentation in our social service program, with divided authority and different criteria 'or eligibility, has hampered ,he orderly and efficient place- ment of patients in approrpiate facilities." Diagnostic centres or clincs could provide most of the in- vestigation and some of the ;reatment traditionally limited .0 hospitals. The public was going to emergency departments rather han to doctors, who they had ost faith in. Dr. Kippen said "the bes medical system will onl. evolve by an independent dedi cated profession acting in con cert with an informed and re sponsible government." More Malaria ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) A total of cases of malaria in the United States and Puerto Rico was reported in an increase of cases over the previous year, the Centre for Disease Control says. The centre said the increase "was due entirely to a greater num- ber of military cases imported from Vietnam." It said military personnel, including recently discharged veterans, accounted for cases. HURRY IN TIME IS RUNNING OUT Your Big Opportunity to Save 20% TO 50% during PEOPLES CREDIT JEWELLERS MOVING SALE AtBERTA PERMIT NO. 873 will end in a few days at 321A 6th Street South See us soon in the CENTRE VILLAGE 13TH STREET N. EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD WITHOUT DELAY We offer for your choice magnificient selections never before offered in such great variety. Here is a partial list... We urge you to see and buy tomorrow. 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SPOUTS: Football, 8 p.m., Ch. 13: The Hamilton Tiger Cats meet the British Columbia Lions in Vancouver. VARIETY: Music Hall 8 p.m., qh- 9: Anthony Quinn makes a rare TV appearance, as actor and singer, with Peggy Lee. SPECIAL: Banquet of Life, 3 p.m., Cli. 7: A United Na- tions documentary probing man's inability to feed a rapidly increasing population. DEBUT: Dan August, p.m., Ch. 11: Burt Reynolds, formerly of Hawk, returns as the head of a small-town police homicide bureau, who tonight seeks a psychotic killer. With Anne Francis and Diana Muld'aur. OPENEIl: This Laml, 10 p.m., Ch. 7: Opener of the ex- panded form of This Land of Ours deals with environmental abuse. THURSDAY NATURE: Our Vanishing Wildlife, 5 p.m., Ch. 11: Animal World profiles threatened species, such as whooping cranes, California" condors, sea otters and whales. 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