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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, April 18, 1970 - THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD - Cauadiau Content Proposals Issue Canada's Two Largest Private TV Stations Resign CAB Membership OTTAWA (CP) - Implementation of Canadian Radio-Television Commission proposals for increasing Canadian content on radio and TV appeared to edge closer' Friday as a wide crack developed in what had been fairly solid opposition. CFTO-TV in Toronto and CJOH-TV in Ottawa, the largest private TV stations in Canada, announced their resignations from the Canadian Association of Broadcasters, spokesman for SHOE REPAIRS ? BEST , ? FAST x CHEAP SHOE HOSPITAL 331 11th Street South most private stations. A CFTO telegram to the C.A.B. ' expressed disappointment with the association's' views presented daring a CRTC New Ovens Safe TORNTO (CP) - There is no cause for alarm concerning radiation from microwave ovens, am official of the Canadian Standards Association said here. Reports from the United States indicating possible radiation hazards from the ovens prompted the CSA to conduct new tests. New models are safe, the official said, but leakage could occur on older models. Photogray glasses They know when to turn on... They darken when it's sunny and bright. Then clear indoors and at night. Smoothly. Comfortably. Automatically. A neutral gray that never hides your eyes, doesn't disturb natural coloring. Corning created the Photograv* glass. We make the glasses |1 to your prescription. I Just come in and ask. OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO 308-7th. ST. S. LETHBRIDGE - Phone 327-3609 public hearing Thursday night. CFTO is the largest private station in .Canada. CJOH, iii its telegram, said it would not associate itself with the. "negative attitude" of the C.A.B. in opposing the Canadian content proposals. C.A.B. has mounted the strongest criticism of the' proposals so far. Its solid opposition was considered by many the toughest obstacle facing the CRTC. Stuart Griffiths, president of Bushnell Communications Ltd., owners of CJOH, said in an interview Friday he hopes other C.A.B. members will follow the lead of his station and CFTO. W. D. McGregor, general manager of CKCO-TV in Kiitch- Maps Price-Bike Gears Reversed OTTAWA (CP) - The treasury board, the cabinet's mechanism for applying spending brakes, told government departments late last year they must recover production costs in the price of all items sold to' the public. One result: a price increase in the thousands of maps distributed by the federal department of energy, mines and resources. Its most popular map' went up to $1 a copy from 50 cents and others had lesser increases, all effective last Jan.l. A wave of protests followed arid the gears were hastily reversed. Effective April 15, says a notice sent to hundreds of persons and groups, map prices revert to the 1969 level. The reason given is to follow the government's "desire to encourage the fight against inflation by example." INSURANCE  LIABILITY  BONDS  AUTO  FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 Lower Floor 517 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 ener and newly-elected C.A.B. president, said in an interview he had not been informed of CFTO's withdrawal although he had. talked earlier Friday to Mr. Griffiths. He said he regrets the resignations but added he was not prepared to comment further. The issue at stake in the hearings is the CRTC's proposals for increasing Canadian content on Agricultural Research In Canada Keeps Pace OTTAWA (CP) - Agricultural research in Canada is generally keeping pace with that of other, countries despite a freeze in allocations for research in the agriculture department's 1970-71 spending estimates, Deputy, Agriculture Minister S. B, Williams said here. Mr. 'Williams told the Com-mons agriculture committee, total funds for grain and livestock research have remained "almost exactly constant" with last year's level. "But the department fully recognizes the importance of research^ and for that reason it has curtailed major capital expenditures of about $3,000,000 in order to maintain the current leVel of research." He said Canada is holding its own in research among its agricultural competitors and noted there is "considerable cross-communication" with other nations in this regard. The deputy minister was replying to Alf Gleave (NDP- Saskatoon-Biggar) who said the. department should be giving much higher priority to its research program. Mr. Gleave cited a recent re- Stromberg Wins Tory Backing CAMROSE (CP) - Gordon Stromberg of New Norway, was nominated to content Cam-rose constituency for the Progressive Conservatives in the next provincial general election. Mr. Stromberg, defeated, Edward Wensel and Rev. Adrian Greenwood, both' of Camrose, and Edward Kennedy of Kelsey for the1 nomination. , How to get your wife into a Nfolkswagen. Have you shied away from d Volkswagen because your wife shies away from a stickshijt? Does she appreciate the economical idea of a VW, but not the way the idea looks? We are happy to be able to tell you that we have solved this age-old problem in the .age-old manner: by giving Woman everything she wants. ... The Volkswagen Squareback'Sedan. The Squareback (along with our Fastback end Notchback Sedans) is .available with.'fully automatic transmission. All she has to do is put it in Drive, and drive. Gf course, because the Squareback also conies with enough room to carry camping gear, lumber or lawnmowers, you'll probably want to borrow it a lot. . - Which poses a whofe new problem: Getting your wife out of a Volkswagen. TheVolkswagen Squareback. port that two agricultural research workers are allocated for every 1,000,000 acres of wheat in the United States com pared with only one for the same acreage in Canada. > He suggested additional research funds be made available through a supplementary grant. "When I asked about this last year I was told that the situation was fairly fixed. I find it very disturbing that the situation still appears to be fairly fixed." Ross Whicher (L-Bruce) said western farmers are in "very bad shape" mainly because the government has not pursued a sufficiently aggressive grain marketing policy. Mr. Williams agreed that the Canadian government "has not done enough" i ah"6t area of marketing research but said this activity is being increased. TV to 60 per cent of the daily schedule and increasing Canadian music played by AM radia stations to 30 per cent. The private broadcasters have told the commission that meeting the proposals would lead to a downgrading of quality in Canadian programs and would be extremely expensive -perhaps more than stations could afford. In Toronto, John Bassett, president of CFTO-TV, said his station resigned from the C.A.B. because "we cannot be associated with such a performance as yesterday." WE HAVE BEEN ADVISED THAT, DUE TO INCREASED MATERIAL AND LABOR COSTS, THAT PRICES ON 1970 TRAVELAIRES WILL BE REVISED UPWARD HOWEVER, WE WILL ACCEPT ORDERS FOR ALL MODELS AT 1969 PRICE LEVELS AND STILL GIVE OUR USUAL DISCOUNTS UNTIL APRIL 25TH ONLY! ALSO DURING THIS PERIOD WE INCLUDE HITCH, MIRRORS AND STABILIZER JACKS AT NO CHARGE NO MATTER THE WEATHER SEE THE 1970 TRAVELAIRE MODELS IN OUR  INDOOR SHOWROOM  CORNER 4th STREET AND 3rd AVENUE SOUTH EE-JAY TRAILER SALES Open 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday thru Friday 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday Privacy. The greatest luxury in the world at a cost so low its hardly worth mentioning. As little as $l25a month puts privacy inyour corner of the home. And what could be more private thanyourown color extensionphone? ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES ;