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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, February 22, 1975 QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC IDDY DIITBICH Cerlilitd D.ntal Mvchinic 303 Slh South Metcalf Building PHONE 32B-76B4 Quints to celebrate The Kienast quintuplets pose in their Liberty Corners, N.J. home. The five children of Mr. and Mrs. William Kienast are looking forward to Monday when they will celebrate their fifth birthday. They are, from left: Abigail, Amy, Sara, Ted and Gordon. ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. Established 1911 AIICtaiMif FIRE AUTO BONDS LIABILITY Royal Insurance andoUmlndlng Lomr Floor Ph. 327-1 M1 WANTED SCRAP IRON Now Paying More For All Types Of Scrap Metal Farm Industrial Anything Mada of Irani COPPER-BRASS-RADIATORS-BATTERIES-CAST IRON Truck Cram National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206-33rd Street North Phona 328-1721 "Scrap Our Butinou" Obscenity charge adjourned CALGARY (CP) An obscenity charge against Up- town Theatre in downtown Calgary arising from showing the French film, Em- manuelte, was adjourned in provincial court Friday for almost four months. Both prosecution and defence told Judge Gary Cioni they are awaiting the outcome of a similar charge in Ed- monton against Odeon Midwestern Ltd. before proceeding with the case here. Crown prosecutor Oonna Mansel said the charge against Uptown is proceeding by indictment, meaning the judge can impose any fine he considers suitable on convic- tion. The charge alleges that Up- town exposed an obscene mo- tion picture to public view without lawful justification or excuse. The case will be returned to court June 12. The film ran for six weeks at Uptown before it was seiz- ed by the police morality squad June 23. Socialist candidate enters EDMONTON (CP) Teacher William Askin says he .will contest Edmonton Glenora riding in the March 26 provincial election as a representative of the Con- stitutional Socialist Party. He said in a prepared state- ment the party believes in an independent, socialist Canada and calls for such measures as public ownership of energy resources, public develop- ment of the Athabasca oil sands and the industrializa- tion of Western Canada. Most of its members live in Edmon- ton, he said. Mr. Askin called himself the party's educational critic and advocated using more oil revenue for improving educa- tion rather than "bailing out foreign oil corporations." fje U.S. orbital shift hits Canada OTTAWA (CP) A United States communications satellite is shifting orbit, against Canadian objections, and might cause a multi- million-dollar business loss for Telesat Canada, the satellite communications company set up and half- owned by the government. Western Union Telegraph Co. of the United States is altering the position of its satellite Westar II to improve its capacity to handle signals to and from Alaska and the lower 48 states. The orbital shift caused some temporary operational problems lor Telesat's two- satellite Anik system earlier this week, company president David Golden said Friday. It also threatens to take Alaska business away from Telesat. The Westar shift signals the latest move authorized by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission in Westar cam- paign to take some business from Telesat. Mr. Golden declined to say how much business is at stake in the moves to transfer chan- nel leasing by RCA Ltd. of the U.S. to rival Western Union and away from Telesat. But the value of RCA busi- ness to Telesat in 1975 has been estimated at million. Telesat's total operating revenue in 1973, the last full year reported, was million. Mr. Golden said that when all issues are resolved among Telesat, Western Union, RCA and the FCC, "it could involve one-third or one-half or two- thirds" of the 1975 business with RCA. "I can't really say." The Telesat president said the RCA business has been "very, very valuable" but was never expected to be more than temporary. RCA plans to put up its own munications satellite at the end of this year, he said. Involved are two RCA com- munications Global Communications Inc. and RCA Alaska Commu- nications have been leasing channel space on Telesat's Anik II satellite lor more than a year. The business was worth more than million last year to Telesat, the company set up in 1969 to operate the Anik system in partnership between the government and private Canadian com- munications companies. Anik I and Anik II were launched from Florida five months apart in late 1972 and early 1973 by U.S. space authorities on the under- standing that they would be used strictly for domestic Canadian communications. That agreement was altered YAMAHA ORGANS I New and Used I COLLEGE MALL Phone 328-3694 I REHABILITATION HANDICAPPED WORKSHOP 1261 2nd Avenue N., Lethbridge Show ribbons and rossettes Monographed picture buttons Wedding car flowers Wedding presents cushions and trays Personal name tags New letters typed and collated in 1973 to permit Telesat to carry U.S. business pending development of satellite com- munications systems there and also to do international business of an incidental and peripheral nature. Eight of Anik I's 10 channels are taken up full time and one on an occasional basis by Canadian communications companies such as CBC, CN- CP and Bell Canada. The RCA companies leased three of Anik II 's 10 channels full time and one on an occa- sional basis. Telesat said Anik II was launched primarily as a backup system to Anik I. The scheduled March 6 launch of Anik III, designed as a further Anik lifespan is estimated at five or six been put off because of a strike in the U.S. aerospace industry. Skid-steer Loader That "Puts It All Together" When the Melroe Bobcat was matched in performance lests againsl thirteen other skid-steer loader makes, here's what happened: Bobcat led the field, with clear superiority in rim pull, cycle lime, practical load capacity, salely and mobility under full load. Thai's Ihe kind of psrfortnance you'd expect from Ameri- ca's number one skid-sieer loader.'bul it's jusl parl of the Bobcat story. jSqbcat is famous for multi-job versatility. One Bobcat, one operator and a group of special-job attachments can replace several cosily, one-job machines and their operators. The patented which allows the Bobcat operator to change attachments in less than a minute, is still the fastest, most effective quick-atlach system around- Put a Bobcat to the test. Call us for a free demonstra- tion loday. While we're on.your jobsite. we'll explain new. flexible financing that makes it easier than ever to own a Bobcat number one skid-steer loader. EQUIPMENT Sales Service Rentals 1410 2nd AM. S.-Phone 327-2922 I.H.C. PRESENTS THEIR ANNUAL THESE UNITS HAVE TO NEW EQUIPMENT New! I.H.C. 1150 GRINDER MIXER 540 or 1000 R.P.M., P.T.O., 600 square inch screen, magnet, ladder, tank lid, flotation tires. Regular rf% tfft CASH V 9 NO TRADE is aj? a.? New! I.H.C. 24 x 6 No. 620 Plain Press Drill 12 ft. lift, rubber press wheels acre counter, rock and mud bars. New! I.H.C. 8 H.P. No. 80 Cadet Hydrostatic drive, electric start with new 36" rotary mower. Regular w New! I.H.C. No. H.P. Snow Blowers With chains. Regular DEMONSTRATORS 1973 TRAVELALL (Demo) V-400, p.b., radio. H i Orlglml Htl.ll SS880 w 'rf NOW TJ'sjJS 1973 TRAVELALL (Demo) V i NOW V w 4s 1973TRAVELALL V-400, automatic, p.s., p.b., radio. NOW 1973TRAVELALL V-345, p.s., p.b., radio, automatic. NOW 1974-100 PICKUP V-400, automatic, p.s., p.b., buckets, tilt wheel, radio. NOW USED FARM EQUIPMENT I.H.C. 24 x 7 No. 100 Press Drill ,14 fl. power lift and spoke wheels I.H.C. 24 x K6 Press Drill 12 ft. with power I.H.C. "B" Press Drill Graham Holme Cultivator 16ft......................................... John Deere Diskall 16ft....................................... Ford Flail Mower 3 I.H.C. 10 H.P. Cub Cadet With new 38" rotary mower............... Bolens 9 H.P. Garden Tractor With snow blower, rotary tiller and 2 mowers USED CARS TRUCKS 1973 Ford 880 Tandem 477 engine, 5 and 4 transmission, new 10.00x20tires 1973 I.H.C. F1 800 V392 Allison automatic 1971 I.H.C. 1310 V304 4 spMd, Don 1972 m.C. 11 10 Pickup V392, 5 spwd, power steering, power brakes, radio 1973 I.H.C. F1800 V392, Allison automatic, 20 foot Fontaine bulk feed body GRAIN DRILL PARTS Check your equipment before you start job. Then we for quality IH replacement parti. DISK 'ASSEMBLY ;