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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD WtdnwdlJ, Ftbiuiry 19, H75 Knitting Woolcrest Booklet Instruction book of various knitting patterns. English or French. New Phentex "SKY" Yarn Made from Olefin Celaspun. Machine washable. Selected colours. "PIC-UR-COLOUR" Thread Strong Polyester thread in selected colours. 250 yd. spool. Woolcrest Acrylic Yarn Sott, strong yarn In selected colours. Machine washable. Aronelle 4-ply yarn ol Kodel' Polyester in selected colours. Woolcrest Anger Yam Angel- Nylon 4-ply yarn In selected colours. 1 oz. skein. OTTAWA (CP) Cable television could soon be controlled by precise regulations instead of by policy statements, The Cana- dian Radio-Television Com- mission (CRTC) indicated Monday. The tighter control of cable operators will be one topic at public hearings here April 8, the commission announced. Other topics would cover other aspects of cable televi- sion and a position paper on pay television service. The CRTC said in a state- ment :that the time has come to implement precise regulations to govern cable television, but also said the flexibility it allowed the developing industry by guid- ing it with policy statements had proved to be a wise move. "A rigid regulatory frame- work prematurely imposed on cable television could have distorted and stunted its growth and its potential as a positive contributor to the Canadian broadcasting the statement says. "The commission considers that it is now possible and de- sirable in the public interest to replace many of its policies with precise regulations which will enable cable televi- sion to continue to develop within a more clearly defined framework." The regulations the CRTC proposes for cable operators echo the demands the com- mission has placed on cable operators in the past and for that reason, the commission says, the hearings "should be to discuss the form and con- tent of the proposed regulations." The commission also issued policy statements on commu- nity channels, radio services, converter service and supple- mentary programming channels on cable TV, as well as a position paper on pay television. The community channel should be financed by a min- imum of 10 per cent of the cable operators' gross annual subscriber revenue, the state- ment says, and repeats a call for promotion of community involvement. Its policy statement, on cable distribution of radio signals also echoes previous rulings requiring that all local CBC FM stations, and CBC regional AM or FM stations be carried on a priority basis and that these stations include both official language broad- casts. Of the converter device that greatly increases the number of channels avail- commission says it is much like color television and should be treated the same way: Those who want the additional service should be allowed to purchase their own converter as those who want color television buy their sets rather than lease or rent them from the broadcaster. The supplementary pro- gramming channel would be allowed alter all other re- quirements are met. However, the commission would urge that films from the National Film Board, 1'Of- fice du film du Quebec and other such federal and provin- cial bodies, motion pictures in languages other than English or French and other similar broadcasting be the main programming. CRASH KILLS 10 MEXICO CITY (Reuter) Ten passengers were killed and two seriously injured when a bus and a truck collid- ed on a country road in northwest Mexico, police said Monday. The bus turned over and burst into flames after'the crash. WINTER GAMES RED GRILLE SPECIAL HUMUS TUIKEYINMEI Generous portions of our famous all white meat roast turkey, dressing, glblel gravy, Fluffy potatoes, vegetable, cranberry sauce. Served with hot roll, butter, cherry cheesecake and beverage. EACH College Shopping Mill 2025 Mayor Magralh Driva Monday, Tu.iday Wednesday a.m. to p.m. Friday a.m. lo p.m. DEPARTMENT STORES Saturday a.m. lo p.m. iMMVM.Ma.mntc.im WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES TV highlights WEDNESDAY CARTOON SPECIAL: Dr. Seuss, 6 p.m., Ch.9. "The Hoober-Bloob Highway" tells of a special thoroughfare where all creatures must travel to arrive on earth. CARTOON SPECIAL: Really Rosie: Starring the Nutshell Kids, p.m., Ch. 9. The featured voice and also the music of a bossie little girl who wants to direct a movie of her life, are supplied by Carole King. DOCUMENTARY: This Land, 8 p.m., Ch. 1. Today's program takes an in-depth look at the Depression years in Quebec, and how many of the people there had to go back to the land to survive. VARIETY SPECIAL: Doris Day Today, 9 p.m., Ch. 9. John Denver, Tim Conway and Rich Little are on hand as Doris hosts an hour of music and comedy. PEPSI RADIO AND TV LISTINGS igfarTrS ate hated by the an in projjiarri schedule i iY and is nol ine respom B Letntmdge i-leraiti. ol Chinook Beverages New show for Lily Comedienne Lily Tomlin, dressed for her role as "Edith-Ann" the perky five-and-a-half-year-old, rehearses a skit for her upcoming TV special called "Lily." Miss Tomlin made the role of "Edith-Ann" famous on the old TV series "Laugh-In." She hopes this spec- ial will catch on as a new series for her. Cable TV firms face new rules CHEC 1090 Monday thru Friday Farm News New, Weather, Sports News, Weather. Sports Grain Prices News, Weather, Sports News is 20 min. to the hour and 20 miu. after CJOC 1220 Wednesday Probe 1220 World at Six Thursday CBC News News, Weather, Sports Phone Bill Show Hour of Information Probe 1220 Sports Market Report Local News World al Six CHEC-FM 100.9 Monday thru Friday p.m. Concie's Carousel Midnight: Concerts, Overtures and Encores CBR 1010 Wednesday Night World at Six As It Happens Concern From the Capitals Five Nights A Week Country Road Country Style Thursday Warm-Up Calgary Bye Opener World at Seven World at Eight Eye Opener BBC News This Country in the Morning Time Signal Radio Noon Your Forum School Broadcast Oil the Record As it Happens WINTER GAMES SPECIAL! Pepsi-Cola, Diet Pepsi, and Mountain Dew, family size plus deposit Dforl plus deposit Handy 6-pack carriers. OR 296 Plus deposit per.case KRTV3 CABLE O KFBBTV5 CABLE 0) Wednesday Truth or Consequences ONews 0 Hollywood Squares 0) Password O News Q News Q News ID Let's Make A Deal (J Little House on the Prairie 0) News (BNews Q Dr. Suess "Hoober Bloob Hiway" 0) Truth or Consequences 01 Outdoors Unlimited O Rosie makes A Movie II Baretta Q That's My Mama Q Little House on the Prairie Good Time Country Q Movie: The Family Nobody Wanted Sh It's The News This Land Q Lucy In Las Vegas Movie: The Kremlin Letter Canada Winter Games Coverage Q Doris Day special 0 Get Christie Love O News News O Tonight Show m Know Your Sports Movie: The Last Challenge Canada Winter Games Coverage News V) Canada Winter Games Canada Winter Games O Tomorrow Merv Griffin Movie: Who's Minding the Mint TlnrKlcy Morning Thought for the Day Farm News University of the Air Pinocchio News Our World 0 Yogi Wizard of pi Salute to Agriculture Farm Facts 0 Canada A.M. CJOC TV O CFCN TV IB CABLE 6 CABLE 4 ID Captain Kangaroo O Today Show O Klara's Korner O Tales of the River Bank O Juliette Friends (D A.M. America O Ed Allen If) Romper Room a Access (School Telecast) ID Audrey Q Today In Montana IE) Come Alive Q Hollywood Squares ID Love of Life 0> News