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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ft THE lETIIuRIDGC Thursday, Scploinbor 74, 1570 Educational Television Debuts TORONTO (CD For peo- ple who live in an area of south- ern Ontario bounded by Hamil- ton, Oshawa, Newmarket and St. Catharines, television takes on a new dimension Monday morning with the debut of edu- cational television. Channel 13. Canada's first channel broadcasting only edu- cational television, seeks to at- U-act a diverse audience of new Canadians, pre-schoolers, teach- ers, English- and French-speak- ing students, shift workers, housewifes and anyone else dm-- FOR DAILY INSPIRATION 327-4581 ing ils I3'.i hours of broiidciisL- iiiy a day. Operated by LJic CBC for [lie new Ontario Educational Com- munications Authority, llic channel is capable of reaching 2.7 million viewers. But author- ity chairman Kanalci We said Tuesday only about one million will be able to tune m during the first year because broad- casts are on ultra high fre- quency. About 12 per cent of po- tential viewers have UIIF re- ceivers while another 2D per cent have sels connected to cable broadcasting units which will carry the programs. The rest of the province will receive ETV through additional transmitters as funds become available. The authority lias pro- grams ready on such diverse subjects as safe driving, new FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAG1B DANCE Music by "THE SWINGKINGS" FRIDAY, SEPT. 25th 9 p.m. ADMISSION INCLUDES IUNCH Members and Guests Welcomo! Hindi, C a n ii d i a n history, Chinese cooking, geology, jazz, gardening in an apartment, and UKI Canadian writers. A television guide will be available to daily newspapers and Channel 19 will also an- nounce upcoming programs on flic air. Tax Reform Threatening Family Farms .EDMONTON (CP) The federal government's white paper on tax reform has been described by the Alberta de- partment of agriculture as a threat to family farms. In a prepared statement, the department said farmers should be allowed lo bequeath proper- ty to their children to a maxi- mum value of It also said capital gains from the sale of farmland should be exempt from taxation and that calves should not be taxed as pail of a "basic About OOfl films are alreac available, liOO are under produ tion. 800 bought or leased froi producers in Ihe United State and Britain and from the N tional Film Board, and 100 ai being negotiated. Mr. Ide says 32 per cent the programs are non-Canadian Under a charter from the Ca nadian Radio-Television Corn mission, aimed at adults. One adult program, the ai thority boasts, is Castle Za emba. a halt-hour episode fo New Canadians who want to im prove their English. "What we're trying lo do I the adult section is have peopl not just looking at a program but delving into a subject, sai Dr. Ron Campbell, head c ETV's adult education depart ment. That's why bibliographies an books- are available for man; programs. French-language program, will take up 12 hours a week in eluding 114 hours Saturdays an half an hour Sundays. Three series hare been pur of civilization life cycles of animals and th ABCs of physics. All the res have been produced by Hi French language division heai ed by Leo La.crois. Cold Duck' What an absurd, ridiculous, inappropriate, dumb namefor a great new sparkling wine. Actually, ihere is a reason for it. The name Cold Duck is a literal translation of a German pun. At the end of a party, guests would mix left-over wines together... calling the results "Kalte Ende" or "cold Then the last word, "Ende" was jokingly changed to meaning I iterally, But there's no joking about the tasle of Andres Cold Duck wine. It's a tingling, unsluffy blend of Champagne and fine sparkling Burgundy, It maketh merry. It's new from Andres. You'll like if, ANDRES COLD blend of Champagne and fine sparkling Burgundy. Andres Fine Wines Andres Wines (Alberta) Ltd. 1TV HIGHLIGHTS; THURSDAY MOVIE: The Pled Piper of Hamclin, 0 p.m., Ch. 7: Van Johnson stars in a 1957 version of life German children's story. MOVIE: The Dirty Dozen, 6 p.m., Ch. V: Robert Aldrich's gritty 1967 war drama about a tough army major (Lee Mar- vin) who whips a group of criminals into fighting shape. With Donald Sutherland. DEBUT: Barefoot In ihe Park, 7 p.m., Ch. II: An all- black cast in a TV adaptation of Neil Simon's play involving two New York newlywcds. Stars Scoey Mitchill and Tracy Reed. VARIETY: Dean Martin, p.m. Ch.'l'J: Guests tonight are Joe Namatb1, Sliirley Jones, Peter Falk, Paul Lynde and Kenny Roga-s and the First Edition. MOVIE: The Glcntt Miller Story, p.m., Ch. 7: The 1954 biography of tire famed American band leader and his search for a "new Starring James Stewart and Juno Allyson. PUBAFFAIRS: Hero Come Ibc 70s. p.m., Ch. 13: Designer Rudi Gemreich displays his latest fashion vision: unisex clothing and shaved heads. DRAMA: Mannix, 10 p.m., CIi. 13: Academy award winner Jo Van Fleet stars in an episode about Mannix's fight lo get back his investigator's license. With Robert Reed. MOVIE: The H'liole World is Watching, p.m., Cb. 13: A courtroom drama about the death of a campus police- man. With Burl Ives. MOVIE: Frankenstein Conquers the World, p.m., Ch. The monster gels a change of locale: Japan. Stars Nick Adams. Judge Rejects Breath Tests In Quebec Driving Case QUEBEC (CP) Judge FortJn refuses to accept the breath analysis test as suffi- cient evidence of impaired driv- ing. In court, he acquitted Arsene Ratine of nearhy Ange Gardien who was charged with impair- ed driving following a traffic accident last March. The Crown stated that a x-eath analysis test conducted :wo hours after the accident in- dicated an alcohol level of .12 cent. "Hie breath test should be subject lo the same conditions as the blood analysis IETHBRIDGE RACE MEET BIG DAYS Sept. 18 thru 28 LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION TRACK p.m. EACH DAY Pciri-Mutuel Betting Judge Fortin said. "I7iat is, 1 should be corroborated by othe physical evidence that the ac cused's faculties were impaira by the alcohol he absorbed." In the absence supporting evidence, he said, Kacine shouk be acquitted. Judge Fortin .in another im paired driving case the previous day, said the test infringes on the fundamental right of any ac- cused to refuse to testify against himself. But he convicted the accuse in that case, and imposed a fine and a three-month licence suspension, because the Crown had presented additional evi dence that the motorist's facul ties were impaired. Eternal Flame Has Flamirf Problems EDMONTON7 CCP) Al- berta's eternal flame has some flajnin' problems. Situated on the south side of the provincial legislature and first ignited on the eve C a n a d a 's Centennial, the flaine was supposed to burn continually. It even has a pilot light that automatically cuts in if the name doesn't. Flame, that is. Tha flame didn't and neith- er did the pilot light during the weekend. Technicians fix- ed it Tuesday. PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SKATING SCHEDULE ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Saturdoy, Sepl. 26th- Public Skating p.m. Public Skaling p.m. Sunday, Sept. Public Skaling p.m. NOTE: Tha Pnrks and Recreation City of Lelh. bridge also announces Ihe revised rates for admission la Ita Cily It9 Centres for Public Skating, (n) Regular cidmiisiotl Children 20c Sludonls 30c Adults 60c (W Shoels of 28 lickelj _ 1 ticket odmiu 1 Child 2 tickets admit 1 Student 4 tickets admit 1 Adult THIS ADVERTISEMENT Will APPEAR IACH MONDAY AND THURSDAY. Canadian Held For Smuggling TEL AVIV, Israel (Beulcrs) An attempt lo smuggle M pounds of hasliish out of Israel under the cover of Premier Golda Meir's arrival from New York Monday was foiled and two people, OILS of them a Cana- dian woman, were arrested, po- lice said Wednesday. The woman, a 36-year-old tourist who was not identified, and an Israeli iaxl driver allegedly planned to pass the hashish tliroiigh customs while officials were busy with security for Mrs. Meir's arrival. NOTABLE HORSE Paul Mellon's Arts ami Let- ters was horse of the year in 1909. LISTINGS roflrvmi m'KrM fay thi radio and ultviiian itatlwUL Any nriotlM hi jrour.m tdudum k It dioiiou by Ik. imtioni k HI KM noniibilHy n> H.reld 01 intwoy News Wthr., THURSDAY NIGHT World el A Paul Tivlrjar Market Report News Rob Ingram Chamber Aluslc CJOC 'if Five Minules To The Hour Sporls on the Half Hour Winnipeg Orchcslra Communlly All Nighl Show Bullelln Music Farm News, Weather News, Sporii Phone Bill t-how Jack Thys Galloping Gourmet Bulielln Board "m hardening Mallnet CHEC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour CHEC FM Monday Thru Prlday Fllleen Minutes lo The Hour a.m. Lary Donahui THURSDAY NIGHT Malor News S-.3H Tho flay I See II Sfocc fvtarmr Dinner Showcase Report Farm and Woman's World Ranch Review Jean Pauley Back to 'he Blbl9 Comments Voice of China Farm Show Musical Inlerlude News, Sporls, Wllir. p.m. World Tomorrow Carrie Prices John David Horn Music Tempi p.m.-l p.m. CHEC-FM Jean Pauley FRIDAY Commenls Breakfast wllh 51k. Mkt. Report Bruci Sporls CM Mslor Newi Major tint Farm Show Weglhtr Total Information Way I S-5 It Larry Donahut The Olher Sldl p.m. Tom Mllehell a.m. Shawn Kellpy Radio 1010 Calgary News on the hour THURSDAY WIGHT Five NIghls A BBC News Week Weather Thealre Canadian Roundup Chamber Music _ i Tempo________......._ Etemenfs et Lfffi Music Past Tempo Midnight World fll Six The HSppy Tims Between Ourselves Thursday Music National Gallnping Gourmef Gerrusll News Consumers CBC Winnipeg Oreh Matlne! Fixlf Radio Noan FRIDAY Eye Opener 7.00 News World af Eight Morning Concert Four tor Forty Entre Noui Mallnee Arternoon Flight Log 21 Inch 19.95 21 Inch Viking 29.95 21 Inch Electrohome... 39.95 CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED Open (ill 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday nightil TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES Cor. a Many Concenlrallon Spiendorad Thing Jack JaLanna central Hospiral Audrey Dark Shadows Best of Everything That Girl A World Apart c Galloping Gourmal All My Children Bewitched Let's Make a Deal News WESTERN WEJR and THE INDIAN Proudly Present THE INTERNATIONAL ALL-INDIAN INDOOR RODEO FINALS COWBOY RODEO ASSOCIATION QCT, 2-3-4 FRIDAY AT 8 P.M. SATURDAY AT 8 P.M. SUNDAY AT 2 P.M. IN THE IETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION TROPHIES FOR Alt EVENTS Bareback brans lidiny sr. Burrcl Rasing Cnlf ropjna Boys' Stoer riding Tcnm roping Snddls brone, riding wraslling Jr. Girls' Barrel Racing Brahma bull riding Only the top 10 finalists in each event will be competing RODIO STOCK-FROM MeGOWAN RODEO ANNOUNCER-IILl HOLT, MISSOULA, MONT. OVER IN PRIZE MONEY ADDED EVENTS; Joe Sdddlebnck and hii world fameui dontt treupt- with his two Mijt Icvcrno MtMmtor, Mljj Indian frtnuu el Canada, Blood Indian Dana Group (oil under 6 Advant. licked en Sal. at Herb's Weslorn Weor, Morsel's Club Cigar Smoke Shop and Doug'i Muiie and Sporrt Adulli Stuilonls (13-T8 wild ctmls) Children (11 and under octompan led by parinli) FREE FRIDAV IS FAMIir NIGHT MAN, WIFE ond 2 STUDENTS ;