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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 11 _ 1M UTHHIOCt HMA1B Mfcy, 14, 1WO June Ruling On Cable Deal TV CaoaiUa Radio Tetevi- sioo Coramission is expected in June to deal with an applica- tion which would He Agra In- dustries Lai, i Montreal-based conglomerate, gain effective control of Cablevisfon Lets- bridge Ltd. The CATV canpaay, opened in 1986, currently hat four di- rectors: Lethhndge Theatres Ltd., a dry-family firm with interests in the four theatres and Green Drive-in; Lethbridge Teteviske Co. Ltd., comprising CJOC and CJLH-TV stations; Co-Ax Tele- vision (1962) Ltd., a Sadiaarhf- wan based CATV network company; and Famous Players Canadian Corporation. Famous Players, which has a majority of American owner- EJiip, has been forced by' the CRTC to restrict its interests in B.C. Man Offered Job As Solicitor Canadian broadcasting. The company, allowed only 20 per cent ownership in any state, decided to divest completely of eablevisioa in- terests. Agra Industries is to apply to the CRTC for takeover of Fa- mous Players shares in Cable- vision Lethbridge Ltd. Since Agra has gained effec- tive control of Co-Ax, it wHl be- come major shareholder, in Cablevarion Lethbridge, sohject to CRTC approval. CaWevisico's licence, renew- ed last year by the CRTC, indi- cated rates to customers should remain at the current Ind, about a month. ____ It is not known what changes, if any, Agra plans for Cable- vision Lethbridge. Current manager is -Doug Shackleford, a shareholder in Lethbridge Theatres Ltd. Agra Industries owns Leth- bridge Bottling Ltd., General News, Chinook Bottling Ltd (with PepstCola and Canada Dry franchises in southern. Al- berta) and Western Caissons Ltd. City council has offered the job of city solicitor to John A. Hammond of Duncan, B.C. The offer has an effective of at or before June 1. Be has bees offered a salary of per year with per month unvcuchered ex- penses. The present city solicitor, Fred Pritcbard, who bar been working on a part-time hourly basis, suggested recently the city a full-time senator. If Mr. Hammond accepts the offer, Mr..Pritchard wffl work with him for several months in a phasing-io program. Mr. Hammond will also be given a car allowance and bis salary wiH be reviewed yearry. Daily Park Fee Entrance fees to Glacier Na- tional Park will be collected on a daily basis, pending final de- cision oC congress to extend the Golden gram. Eagle Passport pro- TV program which expired March 31 necessitated the leg- islation to impose levies of per private automobile or SO cents per person for those en- tering on foot Meeting To Consider Environment St. Patrick's Home and School Association will meet in me school April 28, at p.m. The topic, The Environmen- tal Future for Our Children will be introduced by Father J. A. Carroll, pastor of St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, speak- ing on Trie Earth is 'a Trust Taking part in the program will be Paul Lewis, assistant processor of biology, University of Lethbridge, who.will speak on DDT and Its Relationship to the Environment Mrs. Frances Shultz will .speak on How the Individual Can Stop Pollution, and Alderman Joe Balla will talk on How Lethbridge K Pro- tecting .Its Citizens from Pollu- tion. Paul Nedza, educational me- dia department, U of L, win present'a slide show related to the topic. There will be a presentation of the Grade 6 environment project which was directed by the teacher Ronald Tratch. Parents and public are in- vited to attend. Fines Reduced In Appeal Of Securities Sales Cose Tw Lethbrttje men coavict- ed Janaary of trading in se- curitia without rtfMratiOB M tawr fiaec mVced by half their appeal in district court Thursday. art Myrte _er wn nawd ky Mafattnale Ltoyd Had- Ml Jaauary a'iB Lethbridge after they tad pttly to aariac beta iwarwd tfce a- legal safe'of Lriav brioje Am af Mil. Thursday Chief Jmbee L. S. Turcotte reduced the ten to far each >am. Tartatte taid vat ndueix the far Mr. turn Md Mr. Aftnpt at they Art Show Planned For Mother's Day Mother's Day, May 10, wffl be marked in Lethbridge by an art (bow of works by students and art from the junior and senkr public high schools and art coordinator Neil John- The exhibition, to include stu- dent demantratkos in 11 areas BOW taoght at the schook, wiD 1-5 pjn, in Wilson Jun- ior High School gymnasium. Bepracnted in the'exhibition win be works by students in Grades 7-12 and 10 teachers from Gilbert Paterson Elemen- tary and Junior High School, Hamfltoa Jnoior High School, DftoB Cbordhfll School Xhbridge CoDegiate batitnte and Alta Wafana Elementary School The nrap, paiauac, scuHpwe, eenaaia, oririt, fabrics mi pottery. wffl M grvt batik, wheeHhrowmf, sUk screen, panting, print-making, pottery, rug-booking, sculpture wood relief, drawing and wear Stop-Smoking Course Planned A special educational coarse! aared by the Lethbridge dm- i of .the Canadian Cancer y, is to be add if a large _h groop of persons inter- registers for- snch a cuurye. The Idea of the coarse is to get a groop of people to view a special film and then partici- pate in group therapy, said Ce- SPRING IS FOK BSTTVAIS of the sure signs that winter is over arrived today: the Lethbridge and District Kiwanij Mutic Festival began iti 40th round of competitions in voice, instrumental and speech dasjes. While Lorie Zimmerman of lethbridge contest- ed an accordion dots at Southminiter Hall, other students opened sessions irf piano and vocal at the Memorial Centre and St. Augustine's Parish Hall. About 900 students, in entries, are expected to take part in the eight-day festival. Classes are open to the public. They start at 9 a.m. each, day and run about at highfat the Yatet and St. Augustine's. Exchange Plan Involves Two Raymond Girls RAYMOND (HNS) F 0 tt grade 11 students took part on the Lkns club exchange pro- gram for students of Alberta and Montana. The two -Ray mood girls, Kama Nielson and Elizabeth MacPhee, spent week at the Thompson Falls High School where they were guesbvof: two Thompson Fal igh' school students, Virgin! Langley and Carol Turk. When the Raymond girts urned home the girls fro kntana 'came with them lend a week in Raymont tech student feels they hav a most valuable two wee! time. Each learned much about the1 school they attended enjoyed the association of tudents.' At the Lions dub meeting tit our spoke to club member and each expressed me desir to' have more of this type vogram in the future.' _ the ihow win be 20-minute performances by ox 'band, choral and atrin groups from the participating schools. The exhibition, open to the Niblic and with no admission targe, is the first of its kind to be held in i school Last cfl Gordon, president of the Lethbridge branch o( the CCS. A maiHn registration form for .those interested in the pro- gram was published in -The Herald April 18, and is in- chxied in today's Herald. A date and piace for the course win be set, based on the number of persons indi- cating a desire to take the cixjise. Dog Show Has 300 Entries Out of Respect to the late DAN SWAN PERLUX CLEANERS WILL BE CLOSED Saturday, April 25th 12 to 4 p.m. Over 300 dogs from the three Prairie Montana. Washingon, Oregon and Calif- ornia will compete in the an- nual. Keaoel Club dog show sponsored by the Lethbridge and district Xeonei Club, at the Exhibition Pavoxn today, and Saturday. The dogs win compete in the conformation and obedieace sses with winners selected on a straight basis. Judges ki the catwmetion dass wffl be Mrs. Jean Flet- cher, South Bumaby B.C., an} W. D. Nixon, Wirsapeg. In the obedience dass, judges will be Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thomas, Shopping Centre To Occupy 8 Acres ONS LAND UIT LIJDEN ONTZET HIEP HIEP HOERA1 WU ZIJN WEEK VRIJ Herinnert U zidi nog de bevrijdingsdag? Wy hopen Canada to danken door middel von sen Nationals gift, Helpt door Uw voor een gift, Tt STUREN NAAH: THE DUTCH CANADIAN COMMITTEE 1945-1970 IN SO--ITHWN AlKITA P.O. BOX LETHMIDGE, ALBERTA tool ttltlbridgt tn IricT tiet eerste diurid iijn, dot hoar doltar IM( Tm., I, VKIEND fin., fret, i. SCHUW1 Sec. P. HANHAKT CA NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Dis- trict of Sparwood council re- cently reached agreement Lenrice Engineering Limited for the sale of eight acres of land for the development of a major shopping centre and motor hotel for Sparwood. Located on commercially- zoned land ateng the highway south from the RCMP building, the complex is to be completed by the end' of the year. Council previously saw plans for the complex.. It incmdei space for a motor hotel of 40 rooms, a major chain grocery store and for more than 31 other business esiabtishmenta It was also reported that the developing firm already enqtiiries from more than 90 businessmen. Terms of the sale were a cash settlement of pay able to council, 10 per cen down payment; 50 per cent on start of construction; and the remainder' on completion of consfruction. In addition, star! teg in 197t, Lenrice Engineer ing Limited is to make an mal payment to council Uiet per cent of its gross enue from the motor hotel an topping centre. This amua xryment is estimated at about per year. Hoskyn Named To Council EDMONTON (CP) -Frank W. Hoskyn of Calgary has been appointed a public representa- tive to the governing council of Ihc Alberta Human Resources Research Council, Educa t i o Minister Robert Clark nounced here, dass art work was displayed be Bowman Arts Centre. appeared to he not fatty tt nffrtittt naiFiiaH bat safe af securities hadfcaasi to A MtaKr Ottpw thaa Archie D. Evaam, i ttM person involved in the iadaaat. Mr. Branson's appeal lost ic Judge Turcotte aseVM to let stand the infill fine, assessed to Mr. i January. Duriag Thursday's i ic had at le contemplated Mr. Evanseo's fine sad' bae court to iMreaae it Judge Turcctte said he the safe of securities ismhwd this case "a very bad viiiatiai OK Afcerta SecarirJes tike) DM CaWBCTCf" ed to sell shares that the AJ- berta Securibes Commisska, if bad been approached at re- qttjred by the act, wooM lot have issued a permit for auch The fflegai sale of seoaHtiei carries i maximum penalty af fine or one k jafl both. had'bacB b> meetiBg i. Leth- Pension Plan Meetings Set The manager of the Leth- bridge district office of the Can- ada Pension Plan, J. C. Bouch- ard, has announced the follow- ing itinerant offices will be held: Nanton, towa office, April .29, It.a.m. 12 noon, Clareshoun, town office, Aprfl p.m.- p.m.; Fort Madeod, town office, April 30, 9 a.m.-12 noon. The field officer in atten- dance wffl answer questions on the Canada Pension Plan, old age security and the guaran- teed income supplement. He will also provide assistance ia filing for benefits under these programs. Tfae three votved in a bridge last June which ed. in the safe of worth of stock in Channel Aircraft Ltd.; NewfooBrfland ah-eraft manufacturmg Some IS southeraVAfcerta residents purchased the'stock. The stock is beheved to hare bekoged to a .Calgary' com- pany, Consolidated Holdings :orporafioo Ltd., which was fined on a simHar charge m January. Stockholders in ConsoVdated Holdings Ltd. are said to be Mr. Evanson and Josef Slyo- movics of Calgary. Mr. Slyoinovics is scheduled to appear in Lethbridge magis- trate's court Friday on'a simi- lar charge, i' WHAT IS IT? A SAMPU OF OUR aiAOrJOf TOLLESTRUP SANK) and GRAVB. CONSTRUCTION CO. LTD. PHONE 328-2702 327-3610 Woodenville, Washington. Included in the show win be wo different breads seldom seen in America, the American Water Spaniel, and the Otter Hound. Shows begin each day at a.m. end continue throughout the day and evening. Best in snow in competing classes will >e named each night at the conclusion of the show. The LARGEST ASSORTMENT of imported styles in LEIHBR1DGE! OPTICAL PBISCRIPTION co. COMING! MAY 16th irrmwoGt Exwernow PAVTUON CLUB 67's CHERRY BLOSSOM BALL RATUMNG All JATANBE XO TOMIKI OtCHISTIA from VANCOUVR IOTH JAPANfSi AND CANADIAN DANCI MUSK tkVtti now at Hijo'i Mm'i and Svf> THK K CHAMKR Of COMMERCE WEEK DID YOU KNOW? That during ftrt '69-70 stoton Uthbridgt Chamber of Comnwrce Indian Affairi committee H co-operotlon wifti the local Ind fort Affairs offlcioli arranged to hove Dr. David Munro, Dtpuly Indian Af- fairs, to at a Btrteral meeting up lo en ifn thrnkhg "Whrta Paptf on Propovtd Chanffts to Ind fan Taicalion commitfto a brkf h> oppMHIon to of ''White Paper on Proposed Tax nSe Federal Government. In co-operation with the ProvfrKiol of Agrt- curfvre and fhe Lethbrldoe Exhibrtfon Board put on the annual Seed Fair and Short Course, under the iille "Agrorama The Electoral D is trie I tomrnTttee prepared a brief pro- posing a division of our city wilh the line fo run norlh arid ioulh creating an east and weil zone, Ihis brief was the only one from the tiry to the Commissfon in charge of hearings and our suggestions were fol- lowed. SUPPORT YOUR CHAMBCR OF COMMERCE BE AN ACTIVE MEMBER A Stock- COMPETITIVE PRICES! Moke Yovr And Atwraci Choiwl A Complete Line of Select Quality TREES SHRUBS PERENNIALS FRACHE'S GARDENTERIA 7th Avmue and 20lh StrMl North Phorw ;