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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THI UTHUIOM MAU Thanfcy, M, Zeller PRIVET HEDGE PLAINTS lotH trtsmd Oi23 FLOORING SHRUBS EVERGREEN SHRUBS Evergreen Trees Two of the preHTMl evergreen trees trio pyramid cedar or the lovely Or! enlal cedar, evergreen. Res. U. Int. iiiinrlinlil Iliitrlii ikirti i Pit "CAWUS" CRASS SEED MS MAIATIIIOS-MUSiOrT HOSE BIJST SUSTit'Sfi.'a-iWi (U 4- Turner Urges ffigher Pay I For Judges HIGHLIGHTS! OtTAWA (CP) -The need to niao lalarlM and Improve pen- akw for limit 423 ftderaDr-ap- poialcd julges is urgent, Justice Jobm Tuner told the "iminnai justke and appellate COurl get a year and or lower, court pdgas get Salaries of these judges ,vere lost raised in Murphy Ste. Marie) Doted that judgea appooied by tin proYince of (Mario are getting better sala- ries than tbftr federal eounUr- 'FOLDING >tt WATIR SPRINKLER 50' GARDEN HOSE min Brtte nhri nrtaphr GRASS SilEARS Bte nh nrtapr lirtatcB.siw PEAT MOSS 4 CU. FT, BALE EACH 2. hfc-'p WATERIXCrCANS Fllff- Tffi ANGLE-CUT SHEARS PISTOL BMIPUTOI Jajat- T9fi CHECK OUR GARDEN SHOP FOR FERTILIZERS AND PEAT MOSS SPECIALS DON'T FORGET! The 'TREASURE HUNT SPECIALS' 2 EXCITING DAYS LEFT SAVINGS OF UP TO 75% OFF ON NUMEROUS ITEMS INQUIRE AT THE CREDIT OFFICE HOW TO PUNCH A BALLOON .AND SAVE flails Scvih Shopping on Mayor Mognrth Drive. Open Dairy 9 e.m. 4 p.m.; a.m. to 1 p.m.; Thursday and Friday ta t f.m, THURSDAY Mr. Tomer, obviously wann- ing up for a bout with treas- nry board, which screens speod- aaid tbjs Is so despite the tact that the judtw hate larger aid deol will matVeri of greater public impart. "It It becoming inereasuigry difficult for me to persuade leading practitioners to accept appointjikeBti because salaries aren't Mr. Turner said. He fett younger judges, in (he age range, bad to be ap- pointed, who were aware of con- MAXE SACRIFICE Thoae he bad appended in this had accepted at con- stdtnbto awcnrice to then- ache and their ridenl statistics for 1967 rank seal-employed lawyers third among occupational grains in income at a reported arorafi of Iff. Tamer also said pennon BTDjt be particularly iar widowi of judges. Some wen drawing pensions of less C.OJI a year. A formoU !a being sought by which judges vould i age TV, he told the committee. Justice department infilling estimates for 1970-71, admired by the committee, set aside for judges' salaries and allowances, an increase of ovef Ust year1! esti- mate. SPORTS: "NatatMl Hotkey Lncae." Cm. 1: The St. Louis Bluet tad Pittsburgh Peaguina inset ta the lixth of their best-of-seven, division funk. MOVIE: "fhjtratlaa I I.M., Ci. I: Peter Finch and Eva Barttk (tar in a ISO semi-tactual drama about three Albtd mea mho mist remove flO million in diaomdi from Holland before the Germais arrive. VARIETY: Jtun." Ch. 13: A renn with Tony Bennett, Vikki Can and the Ace Trucking Company. VARIETT: "Dtaa f.m., Ck. H: First rerun of the season, with Oscar winner Ooldie Ham, Dennis Weaver and Dom DeLuise. DRAMA: CV. 13: The Nowaero Victim profits a case where the hit-and-urn victim dis- appears from the scene ol an accident. With Mare Lawrence. MOVIE: Twice ll-.tt Cm. 7: Adaptation of mystery stories by NalhrJel Hawthoma (The Scariet Stan Vincent Price and Sebastian Cabot. MOVIE: "Dm Cbun." a.n., Ch. 13: The new superintendent oi the Louisiana State Police Modi the area controlled by With Keilh Andes. FKIDAT MOVIE: Tfce Sertm Year 1 Ck. 7: Marilyn Monroe and Tom eUr in a 1955 comedy about a man whose wife goes away (or a visit, but tno girl upstairs stays home, MOVIE: 1 Ch. 1J: A man trlei to recapture lit youth. Start URO Toenaza and CalheriDa Spaak. Satellite May Help News Media OTTAWA (CP) The corpo- ration charged with launching a Canadian communications satel- lite aayt the orbiting vehicle could lead to emergence of daily newspapers wilb truly CJOC News on (ha Hour Spoiti on the Half Hour Chamber HUalc Mfloplng Wnnlpag Ordostn Show Firm F9IDAV NeM, Spoil THUUOAY World I t.30 Minlc JiUMarUt lletart Musk Wte'her On ctmpM Phone BIN know CHtC Newi .on Hour Wtfir., Sportt on tht. Half Hour Firm KIWI Stock! Farm Shw Hem DtrmCT DKI to Yoke c4 CK.iM 1-.y> Wcrld TontorrM :3J Bent P CHEC FM Nnn, citlle Prko Sptrti, SlK> Market Rtport Wean's World Jfln P1M) i Sonrti, a: 30 Perm K Stocki CM Radio 1010 Calgary TMUUBAY aWHY CBC WMilfXf Urn Hotter "-H Plfl SI. I-outl Pnh. MBnlqht TBA FK10AY Tnundn En OpnKr Nilknal Nm Ifcll NlgMl A WvU It EloM Fergwon Galloping Gourmrl Attemcon Chmnbar M! rxmall BBC MM Mil Mf. Flxll UiU Ridlo him After Noon Mluorl JMillno A Telesat Canada brief to the Senate comirjttee oil maa media foresaw the possi- bility of simaBaDeous facsimile reproduction of news copy in (wyu ji lucatHus across the country. "Such a development would make the emergeura of daily witii a trury na- lioml distributkn possible, even permiUjng them to serve otber- tabled eommuoitlca." raw have to on soi air transport to get copies into the ter.ts of scrifaers in drUut cvmmunities. The brief, released today, also foresaw the establishment of an educational television uetwink, a natfonal bonk and efec- tranie utliveit of budnesB mail as a result of the satellite, due for launching in 1972. The corporation plans 3t round stations to carry signals earned down from tie aatdite into bone Mevisjon arts or for other DM, the brief Did. Thir- ty-two of the stations are for (be exclusive use of televfafciD. Teleeat's brief is one of sev- rnl released following the end but Friday of public hearings by the committee. Alberta Firm Reinstated CALGARY (CP) -Clare- pine Development Ltd. other In the derekprneat ot Silica sand darepim hat agreed with Planet Ore Purifiers Lid. and Canada Peat Moss Products Lid. to form Sil Silica UmUcd, with Clarepine holding 50.1 per ewit irf the The company plane tc supply (he Alberta rmrket of Ions of taod annually, now fill- ed with Imports (mm Wastofr (w and Jtentobt. __, SPECIAL! Transistor Radios THANStSTOl FOI ONLY THANSISTOI FOR ONIY.......... 15" 24" 'SSS'SJS tTElEV.S.ON FURNITURE APPLIANCES Cor. 4th Si, f. CJIH-TV 7 (Cablcviilon Ch. 6) THURSDAY HIWIT Hxktf: SI. Lnhi af PiTti. Ilill'NeM (c) McHllc'l Carlfror.s Hlllb'lllrt Srvm-Yaar _____ PrMdly Cli.il Altl. School! Frwnd lour NICMT Movtol Shcir [c) Dimn Cltlm Nnn (c) Tatoy TWIDI TMd Tain _..______....... 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