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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta  - THI IETHBRIDGI HERALD - Saturday, May 16, 1970 Cable Television Operators Angry VANCOUVER (CP) - Cable television operators appeared angry and uncertain at the close of a four-day meeting here. Many of the 500 delegates to the annual convention of the Canadian Cable Television Association expressed severe opposition to new obligations they fear will be required of them by the Canadian Radio - Television Commission. The opposition is strong enough that many small operators said tbey would put their systems up for sale and accept any reasonable offer in order to get out of the business. The larger operators, from cities like Vancouver, Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal, however, seem to have no intention of leaving the industry. They plan instead to re - structure the association in such a way that Salary Increase For Constables MISSISSATJGA, Ont. (CP) -First-class constables in the Mississauga police department will receive a 26.4 per cent salary increase under a two-year contract ratified recently by their association. A first-class constable will be paid $10,000 retroactive to March 1, with an increase of $500 Jan. 1, 1971. Last year, they earned $8,305. it can become a strong bargaining force in dealings with the CRTC, At the root of the present concern is the cable operator's confusion, anger and frustration regarding proposals announced last month by the CRTC - federal regulatory agency - as guides for the future development of cable TV. SEEKS SUPPORT CRTC Vice-President Harry Boyle made an impassioned plea to delegates earlier for understanding of the commission's intentions in announcing the proposed guides. Mr. Boyle said the proposals will be the subject of a public hearing in the fall and the CRTC would not hesitate to change its position after hearing all sides in the debate. But the commission had to carry out the requirement of the Broadcasting Act, pass in 1968, calling for the development of a distinctly Canadian broadcasting system. Cable operators were designated as broadcasters under the act and became subject to regulation by the CRTC. Sruki Switzer, chief engineer for the cable TV arm of the giant MacLean - Hunter pub lishing firm in Toronto, said the CRTC is after the cable operators' money "not the cable operators medium." Mr. Switzer formerly was associated with Cablevision Ltd. at Lethbridge, Alta. North Village Restaurant BRING THE FAMILY located Joit East of The New Safeway 425 13th STREET NORTH EVERYDAY SPECIAll CLUB STEAK 7 ox. Reg. 1.95. Our Price 1.73 SIRLOIN STEAK 8 or. Reg. 2.80. Our Price 2.10 T-BONE STEAK 10 ox. Reg. 2.95. Our Price 2.25 PORTERHOUSE STEAK 12 oz. Reg. 2.95. Our Price 2.50 Above all served with French frie* or maihed potatoes, salad and vegetables. Open from 8 a.m. til 8 p.m. daily Closed Sundays and Holidays HLIG HTS SATURDAY MOVIE: "The Singing Nun," 8 p.m., Ch. 7: Debbie Reynolds portrays a Belgian nun whose singing ability catapults her into a recording career. With Ricardo Montalban. MOVIE: "The Art of Love," � p.m., Ch. 13: An artist decides the only way Paris will notice him is if he stages a fake suidde. Stars James Garner and Dick Van Dyke. SPECIAL: "The Sth Dimension," 9:30 p.m., Ch. 7t The five-member group sings Aquarius, Up, Up and Away and Stoned Soul Picnic in their first TV special. MOVIE: "Tennessee Champ," 10:10 p.m., Ch. 11: A 1954 film in which a man is saved from a watery grave by a fight promoter. Stars Shelley Winters and Keenan Wynn. MOVIE: "Bambole." 11:30 p.m., Ch. 13: Four Italta satirical tales of sex and social custom. With Virna Lisi and Elke Sommer. MOVIE: "Genghis Khan/' 11:35 p.m., Ch. 7: An internationally  produced 1965 biography of the 12th-century Mongol conqueror. Stars Omar Sharif. SUNDAY SPORTS: "Golf Tournament," l p.m., Ch. 13: Final-round play in the Colonial National Invitational from Fort Worth. SPORTS: "AAU Track Meet," 1:30 p.m.. Ch. I: Highlights of the Martin Luther King track and field games. PUBAFFAIRS: "New Majority," 4 p.m., Ch. 7: Postponed from an earlier date, a look at youth and drugs in Canada. PUBAFFAIRS: "Franz Joseph Strauss," 4 p.m., Ch. 13: World Tomorrow has an exclusive interview with the West German politician. VARIETY: "Music to Remember," 5 p.m., Ch. 7: Guests ere Shirley Harmer and operatic tenor Nihal. NATURE: "Challenging Sea," 5 p.m., Ch. 13: Thunder Boats examines the fast and deadly hydroplanes, which can reach speeds of 200 m.p.h. VARIETY: "Des O'Connor's Opening Night," � p.m., Ch. 13: The debut of a 14-part English summer show with singer O'Connor, plus guests Robert Morse, Liberece, Elke Sommer and the comic MacGregor Brothers. COMEDY: "The Scarecrow of Romney Marsh," 8 p.m., Ch. 7: The second of a three-parter on the exploits of an English dare-devil. With Patrick McGoohan. MOVIE: "The Naked Prey," 6 p.m., Ch. 11: Cornel Wilde stars in a semi-documentary about one man's struggle for survival in 1840 in South Africa. DRAMA: "Forsyte Saga,"  p.m., Ch. 7: The marriage of Irene and Soames reaches the breaking point With Erie Porter and Kenneth More. MOVIE: "The Rabbit Trap," �:10 p.m., Ch. 11: A 1958 movie in which an engineering draftsman begins to question his values. Stars Ernest Borgnine and David Brian. PUBAFFAIRS: "CBC Weekend," 10 p.m., Ch. 7: Tentatively scheduled, an examination of the federal attitude toward unemployment, and of corporate responsibilities in the U.S. DRAMA: "Marcus Welby, M.D.," 10 p.m., Ch. 13: A rerun in which a blind girl suffers severely because a male friend's attitude toward her is changing. Stars Carrie Stood-grass. A complete list of 1600cc. cars that cost less than $2,000. \dksvvqgenl600sedan. Mce bawd os ssBgotted maximum rttafl price F.O.B East c Mid Wen P.O.E. ProvbKial taut and dripping charges ware. MOVIE: "Major Dundee," 11:30 p.m.. Ch. 7: A Cavalry officer sets out to rid New Mexico of Apaches. With Charlton Heston and Richard Harris. MOVIE: "We're No Angels," 11:40 p.m., Ch. 13: Humphrey Bogart and Aldo Ray star as escapees from Devil's Island. MONDAY MOVD2: "Mr. Magoo In the King's Service," X p.m., Ch. 7: Magoo portrays three heroes from literary classics. MOVIE: "Here Come the Nelson," 1 p.m., Ch. 13: Ozzie, Harriet, David and Ricky are visited by an attractive girl, her young suitor and an advertising client. MOVIE: "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum," 8 p.m., Ch. 9: A semi-musical burlesque, originally a Broadway comedy, about ancient Rome. With Zero Mortal and Phil Silvers. MOVIE: "The Pit and the Pendulum." 8:30 p.m., Ch. lit Baaed on a thriller by Edgar Allan Poe, a 1961 Gothic tale about a young man who discovers an insanely outfitted torture chamber. Stars Vincent Price and John Kerr. COMEDY: "Carol Burnett," 8:99 p.ra., Ch. 13: Guests Martha Raye and Tim Conway spoof 20th-century Fox movies from the Shirley Temple epics to Dr. Dolittle. DRAMA: "Ironside," 10 p.m., Ch. 13: Dana Wynter and Mort Sahl star -in a rerun about a woman who allegedly killed her former millionaire husband. RELIGION: "Man Alive," 10:39 p.m, Ch. 7: Postponed twice before, an Interview with a cardinal .who waa originally avantgarde, but now queries the approach of church radicals. LOCAL: "Tsber Sweepstakes and Celebrities Dinner/' 11:25 p.m., Ch. 13: Highlights from Taber's fund-raising dinner, with host Mike Scott. LOCAL: "Lethbridge Flying Club," 11:40 p.m., Ch. 7: Conjundatum presents a look at the past and present of the local flying dub in a film produced by Fred Filthaut. TUESDAY MOVIE: "Tarnished Heroes," 1 p.m., Ch. 7: During the Second World War, seven men facing courtmartial are chosen for a dangerous mission. Stars Dermot Walsh. MOVIE: "Sword of Lancelot," 1 p.m., Ch. 13: Cornel Wilde and Jean Wallace star in the legendary story of Lancelot and Queen Guinevere. Frankie Avalon Going Again WINDSOR, Ont. (CP) -Whatever happened to Frankie Avalon? Remember the man from Beach Party and naif a dozen other surf 'n' song epics which swept North American movie houses in the early 1960s? The surf 'n' song wave is over, but Avalon, who was riding high on it, is back, with his first big hit-Venus. Avalon has been performing in the Metropole Supper Club, a Windsor night spot which has seen better days, but he is certain his career, which has been somewhat dragging in the last years, has got going again. Venus was a success. He has a new record out-C'raon Back To Me Baby-and a new movie, Horror House, which has been breaking records in Los Angeles. He also has plane to produce two movies.  He isn't the least bit concerned about what the Metro-pole is or isn't or, for that matter, about the sometimes sparse audiences. STILL LEARNING "It's a matter of getting but to see faces and not just the camera," he said in a recent interview. "I'm a veteran but I'm still learning. I've been in this business for nearly 15 years-a lot of years and a lot of work. "You're always looking for a hit record or a hit picture, but now I'm looking for something else-I'm looking for something where people will stop and say: 'Hey, he's good.'" Discussing his beach and surf career, he says: "I've never had the greatest voice in the FRANKIE AVALON    CeVMsf DMs�fhf world, but the kids could identify with me. I was the litt)/ guy who wore sweaters and waa never above the kids. The songs I sang were the songs the kids were singing." However, he says, all that has changed. "We weren't in the same situation then as we are now." As for the '70s, Avalon doesn't know. "I live from month to month and year to year. I've made money and could live comfortably if I retired tomorrow." LARGEST CITY The largest city in New Hampshire is Manchester with a population of about 89,000. i sV^7Mi? RADIO &TV LISTINGS ? cjoc ? News en the Hour - Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour Pregrets* ore Beted *y the tveHo exsd feleelile*] efejtfeeSj Aey variation hi pregrem teW�l�* I* due te lee> minute awe* te by the rtetieM end 5:35 Lucy Show (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) SATURDAY NIOHT 4:30 Green Acres 5:00 Glen Campbell 6:00 Gunsmok* c 7:00 Movie: The Stooge 9:00 Name ot the Oame 10:30 Deputy SUNDAY 5:43 Living Word 6:00 Tom and Jerry e 6:30 Revival Fires c 7:00 Cathedral c 8:00 Kathleen Kuhlman 9:30 Who,"What. 8.30 Tabernacle Choir  Gam* 9:00 Dragnet 9:30 Bracken'* World 10:30 The Law and You MONDAY 5:00 Salute Agriculture 5:15 Our World 5:45 Salute Agriculture 6:00 Today Show c 7:00 Tdoay In Montane 8:00 Sale of the Century 8:30 Squares e 9:00 Jeopard' "  Where 9:00 Insight c 9:30 Face the Nation i 10:00 Meet the Press 10:30 You and the Law 11:00 TBA 1.-30 AAU Track and Field 2:30 Amateur Hour 3:00 Roger Mudd News 3:30 Lassie 4:00 Wild Kingdom 4:30 World of Disney 5:30 Bill Cosby Show c 6:00 Bonanza c 7:00 Mission: Impossible 8:00 Hawaii Flve-0 9:55 News c 10:00 Another World-Somerset 10:30 As the World Turn* 9:55 News 4:00 Movie: On the Way to the Forum 5:00 Rowan and Martin 9:00 News c 9:30 Tonight Show  TUISDAY 4:00 Salute Agriculture 5:15 Our World 5:45 Salute Agriculture 6:00 Today Show c 7:00 Today In Montane 4:00 Sale of the Century 8:30 Squares c 9:00 Jeopardy e 9:30 Who, What Whsre Game SATURDAY NIOHT 4:01 Indian Magazine 7:03 On stage 8:03 Metronome 8:30 Pratley at Movies 9:03 CBC Stage 10:03 Anthology 11:03 What's New 12:03 Music Past Midnight SUNDAY 7:03 Morning Concert 7:45 Children's Stories 8:05 Vole* of the Pioneer 8:45 Pralri* Gardener 9:03 Sunday Magazln* 10.-03 Sunday Supplement 11:01 Vancouver Cham. Orchestra 12:10 Capital .Report l.-oi Continental Rhapsody 1:10 Sounds of Today 3:01 Funny You Should Say That 3:30 Cross Country 4:30 Sunday and Friend* 7:00 National News 7:10 Weekend Sound 7:30 Studio '70 9:03 Your Two Bucks Worth 9:30 Symphony Hell 11:03 Music from Prairies 12:04 Don Sim* Show MONDAY 4:05 Eye Ooener 8:00 World at Eight 3:15 Commentary 8:35 Max Ferguson 9:10 Galloping Gourmet 9:15 Oerruslf 9:55 Nathan Cohen 10:00 New* 10:55 Consumer* 11:01 Mitinee 11:45 Cdn. Short Stories 11:55 Vibration* 12:01 Radio Noon 1:15 Alter Noon 2:01 Schools Broadcast 2:30 Matinee 1:55 Personality 3:01 Afternoon Concert 3:55 Actuality 4:00 BBC News 4:10 Weather 5:35 Tempo 6:00 World at Six 6:30 Supplement 7:03 Guest Appearance 7:30 Calgary Beat 8.-01 As It Happen* 10:00 National New* 10:15 Plv* Night* � Week 10:30 Theatre 10:30 Klondike 11:01 Distinguished Artists 11:33 Songs from the Classics 12:10 Music Past Midnight TUISDAY 6:05 Eye Opener 7.-00 New* 7:25 Assignment 8:00 World et Eight 8:15 Commentary 8:35 Max Ferguson 9:10 Galloping Gourmet 9:15 Gerruslf 9:55 Nathan Cohen 10:00 News 10:55 Consumer* 11:03 Mitinee 11:55 Andrew Allan 12:01 Radio Noon 1:15 After Noon 2:03 Schools Broadcast 2:30 Matinee 2:55 Personality 3:03 Attsrnon Concert 3:55 Actuality 4:00 BBC New* 4:10 Weather 11:00 Our Lives c 11:30 The Doctors e 12:00 Another World-* Bay City 12:30 Edge ot Night  !:00Gomer Pyle 1:30 Mike Douglas c 3.-00 Andy Griffith 3:30 Cronklte News e 4.-00 Lucille Ball c 4:30 Huntley-Brlnkley < 5.-00 News 5:30 Here'* Lucy c 10:00 Another World Somerset 10:30 As the World Turn* 11:00 Days of Our Lives 11:30 The Doctors c 12:00 Another World c 12:30 Edge of Night c 1:00 Comer Pyle 1:30 Mike Douglas e 3:00 Andy Griffith ; 3:30 Cronklte New* 4:00 Lucille Ball c � 4:30 Huntley-Brlnkley e KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) SATURDAY NIOHT 4:30 Jacques Cousteau 5:30 Lawrence Welk c 4:30 Lennon Sisters 7:30 Petticoat Junct. 8:00 Then Cam* Bronson 9:00 The Bride* 10:00 News 10:10 Movie: Tennessee Chimp. 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