Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
CHEAT FALLS, Muni. (AP) i Wage increases for city em- j ployecs llu-ealen to solid llic j cily of Great Falls IhroiiKh: baiikrupicy proceeding Dr. William 11. Pardis. a cily alderman and a member of llic legislature's ways aid int.1 .us comniillec, lc' i'iml'1 not "set- how the rily 1'o.ssilily mrcl Us rxpi'ii-scs I ho next tu'o years. There is i question al'oul it no matter us! '4. going broke how you add Hip figures, we're (Iis said tho next council would going bankrupt." i have a deficit of more than Citing wage increases as a I million and (he eily already is major problem lo Ihe cily. Par-i in debt about Banff visit Bl.iAlK.MOnE (CNP Bureau 11 shop in thealrc drama in Bam'f A lolal of II young people lour is bring lied in con- left Hie (.'rnwsncsl Pass to junction a number of sum- pericnce Tlic of Music mer acUvities Initialed by the festival orchestra and a work- recreation board. Choose Now! We'll guarantee delivery. rm 5 hcl. Fhdt s iJie nioito ni Arctic v F: l.ir 0.'. aiil> vr..j We will ?.V2 a ow swl FRLE! COUIlt l[ ,L l ell wneu you come Hi to cHoose yow Cat whife it's kot. LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CK-. JIINISTKR Ala- slair (nTlrsiiic was nainiMl miiiistiM1 of slak' lor sciunte anil Irrhimlogy Wednesday. Air. (iillcspic. 49, was rirst rlntrd to the Commons in Cahievisiou cameras cuter L'ouucil HULL, Que. (CP) Hull citi- will soon be able lo follow council meetings on cahlcvision. Council has given permission lo LaiuTnlicn Cablevision to in- stall cameras in ils meeting room and to transmit ils meet- ings in whole or in part to ca- lilcvision viewers. Mayor Marcel D'Amour said Thursday results ol a trial pe- riod will determine whether tile tervice will be continued. Town worker shod England (AP) _ TWn comici! objected for when Albert Goodyear, 2.'J years old and seven feet two inches tall, went about lu's job of street cleaning in open-toed sandals, fl'hcn Goodyear said his feet were too big for regular shoes, councillors hunted down'a. pair ol size 16 toots for (S19.20J and decided to foot the bill. Cable operators talk payments OTTAWA (CP) Cable tele- vision operators have begun talks wilh Ijraadcaslei-s alraul payment lor Canadian TV pro grains carried on cable. The hvo groups say they have had preliminary discussions but have not yet started work on any detailed proposals. They do, however, agree on what Ilicy believe llic Canadian Itadin-Tel- evisior. Commission wauls in the way of n compensation scheme. The CTITG' said in July dial cable TV systems making ;i ,'aif- ficienl amount of gross revenue per mile of cable should pay for the Canadian programs Ihey use. This is commission policy. But the CDTC did not make clear wnelhei this payment scheme applies to television shows received over llie air by cjnununil" and fed to cahb subscriber by coaiiial c-1 The Canadian Cable sion Association, whose 177 members pipe shows to more 85 per cent of the cable- vievdng public in Canada, says the cable op- erators lo buy re-nins of TV programs of original programs but not television shows re- cd over llie air. T e Canadian Association of Broadcasters, a body represent- ing most private broadcasters, agrees wilh Ihis interpretation and a CHTC spokesman con- lirnvid Ihrl this is the commis- sion intention. AIIl ISN'T FKEE The CRTC said in July that cable operators could pay for Ihe programs they receive over llic by "buying additional Canadian broadcast programs from broadcast licencees and olh sources lor play or replay on Iheir systems." The commission slalcmcnl and cnTC chairman Pierre Ju- ncau both emphasized thai the propo al is not binding, but the CRTC also said that if Ihe two parlies could not work nut an agreement it would rtep in with a solution. T. J. AUard, C.A.B. executive vice-president, says that there is no guarantee in the CftTC proposal lhat privale broadcast- ers would be paid even Ihough Uieir programs are received over air by cable systems. If cable operators are permit- ted to buy from any source, it is possible that will not choose pri- vate l.roadca.sters, he said. They could buy from other E-urccs such as Ihe CI1TC and Ihe National Film Board. A commission rpjkcsman said a syslcm might be on" third of llic program budget Finds big nugget MOSCOW (Reuterl Gold miner Alexander Kuzmin set this year's Soviet record for the heaviest nugget with a 22- iind at a mine in the Urals. EXPORTED FLOWERS Israel exported million worth of flowers in the 1070-71 season. Back to School SOON! Get the Kids' Clothes Cleaned NOW! QUALITY DRY CLEANING BY THE LOAD D IBS. (NORMAL GARMENTS) PRE-SPOTIED AND AFTER-SPOTTEO BY OUR ATTENDANT PARKSIDE COIN-OP LAUNDRY DRY CLEAN LTD. First in Lethbridge with Coin-Op Dry Cleaning 2634 South Parkside Drive FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PHONE 327-0811 8 A.M.-6 P.M. MONDAY-SATURDAY spent on regional TV stations, one-third on 'rational TV net- works and one-third on inde- r TOlenl proilneers, li; said. aim is lo stimulate pro- ducers to turn out better pro- grams than the mass-appeal sho vs scrcec.d on tel. vision. CARPET and UNO (Complete Free Estimates! No Obligation! PHONE 3J7-8578 CAPITOL FURNITURE "The Carpet House of the South" A Match For Any Process SynMil'c FRICK industrial refrigeration equipment rZ'lX SUPPLY Er' INSTALLATION MAINTENANCE E SERVICE Call Phone or Write for Information REPRESENTATIVES FOR WESTERN CANADA PHONE 255-8141 iEGGln INDUSTRIES LIMITED 6520 MACLEOD ALTA. 40 YEARSjOF DEPENDABLE SERVICE nd a strong Social Credit team to the Legislature from Southern Alberta. PREMIER HARRY STROM Cypress DOUG MILLER Taber-Warner TED HINMAN Cards ton LEIGHTON BUCKWELL Wacleocl JOHN ANDERSON Lethbricfge-East DICK GRUENWALD Lethbridge-West RAY SPEAKER Uttle Bow CHARLIE DRAIN Pincher Creek-Crowsnest Inserted by llic Alberta Soda! Credit league.