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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHtlRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, July 21, 1971 Cable television debate likely to pick up steam OTTAWA 'CD The debate about local programming on cable television is likely to pick up steam in the next few months, now that the Canadian Radio-Television Commission has settled more immediate cable problems in its cable pol- icy issued last week. Local programming, touched on lightly in the document but left open to further discussion, is expected to be aired along with other cable matters men- tioned in the CHTC document at a fall public hearing. Local programming, origi- nated on cable, has generated much interest across Canada since the commission began ac- tively encouraging it in 1969' It has also led to sharp disa- greement between some com- munity groups and cable opera- tors as demonstrated at a March meeting of the Canadian Broadcasting League, which represents farm, church, labor and consumer groups. The CRTC cable policy docu- ment suggested local program- ming could be produced by citi- zen groups in a community, by cable operators or by outside producers. It prefers a mix of the three approaches for the local channel. The commission has not yet set definite regulations because "these kinds of programming are still in an early stage of de- velopment and should not be forced into rigid formulas." One of the most emotional cable problems facing the com- mission is "citizen the opportunity for community groups to appear on the local cable channel. Some community gi'oups speaking at n February commu- nications conference in Toronto and the broadcasting league meeting in Ottawa demanded the right to produce their own programs wiUiout interference from cable operators. Cable operators replied that they are legally responsible for what goes out over their sys- tems. They had to keep an eye out for libellous statements. There have been suggestions that cable systems should not remain in private hands but should be run by community or government organizations. Ex- periments so far include devel- oping a community organization to decide on programs, relieving the private operator of deciding which groups should be allowed to appear. There are also disputes about what local programming should be. It is a new field and efforts so far have been amateurish compared with slick national TV shows. While the CRTC said las week that it would like to see co-operation between television broadcasters and cable opera tors in preparing local shows the commission does not regarc amateurism as a serious draw back. "Local programming often achieves its greatest effective ness when production tech niques and facilities are kep simple and the CRTC said last week. The commission said in its policy statement it would allow co-operation among cable sys terns in distributing programs with a wide appeal. But the net- work sys'.em must not endanger community programs of a nar- row local interest. The commission already has received an application from four Hamilton cable companies who want to set up a cable net- work to originate local pro- gramming. Though the local program- ming picture is still hazy, the CRTC has been unwavering in its view that original cable production should be different from mass-appeal television. It should encourage "commu- nication among individuals and community groups." Made and lost WASHINGTON (AP) Promised immunity from prosecution, a self-admitted mail thief told senators Tues- day he made and lost in three years from 100 air- port thefts he said totalled more than million. James V- Schaefer, 30, of New York told the Senate in- vestigations sub committee that the loot ranged from mil- lions of dollars in securities and a diamond to "top-secret" missile plans and INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 lower Floor 517 4lh Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 ChiisLmas cookies sent to sol- diers in Vietnam. Schaefer supported in al- most every detail testimony given last month by Robert F. Cudak, the man said to have been the leader of the most spectacularly successful United States theft ring in re- cent times. "In his testimony, Bobby Cudak said he thought he had stolen properly worth more than million." Schaefer said. "I agree with his figures to the best of my knowledge." Schaefer, now serving a five-year prison term, identi- fied several persons he said were central figures in the ring. He said he had no most of the fences receiving the stolen stocks, bonds, travellers cheques, jewels and furs, vrere linked closely with or- ganized crime. Schaefer said he and a pre- vious witness, William Hic- chuitti. stole million in se- curities and travellers HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd Ave. 5., Lethbridg. THURSDAY, JULY 22 SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE sets (Dumont, GE., Viking, Philco, radio record players (Motorola, Chisholm, Old brass bedstead 10-Oval brass picture frames; 50 gallons paint; Quantity quarts and pints of new paint; beds; and Springs washers (Coffield, 2 ranges (G.E., Frigidalre, Gurncy, [ridges; Trunks; School desks; Power mowers; Dining table; Bicycles; Old wood rocker; Coffee tables; Bake table; Kitchen cupboards; Big fan; Set dishes; Stacking chairs and stools; Quantity wood and chrome chairs; 6 trikes; H.P. motor; New toaster; Stroller; Portable sewing machine; Electric fans, heaters, toasters and lamps; telephones; Curtains and drapes; Bench and leg vices; Compressor and paint can; Hoes; Shovels; Forks; Golf clubs; wood pictures and frames; machines; 9'xl2' rug; Brown chesterfield; Pink recliner chair; chairs. SPECIAL 11' BOAT AND TRAILER 16' WOOD BOAT For Further InFormalion Contact: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phone 328-4705 1920 2nd Avs. S. lethbridge AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN Lie. No. 41 Lie. No. 438 cheques in a still officially un- solved robbery June 13, 1968, at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York. Ricchuitli refused to answer questions on grounds anything he might say might incrimi- nate him. City approves land annexation EDMONTON (CP) City Council approved a proposal to annex an additional 51 square miles (o the city from rural countries south and west of the city, bringing the city's land area to 163 square miles. The proposal now must be ap- proved by the Provincial Loca Authorities Board. The planned annexation falls short of a recommendation in a report adopted by the city in 1968 that land be annexed to bring the city's land area to 300 square miles. OIL EXECUTIVE DIES Archie W. Baucuni, 60, ex- cxcculivc vice president of Texaco. Inc., and chief ex- ecutive officer of the com- pany's southern operation, (lied in Houston, Tex. of a heart nltnck. 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