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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Salurday, July 22, 1972 THE IETHBRIDCE HERALD 23 Na'tural gas co-ops review wanted by seven municipalities WETASKIWIN (CP) A provincial study into whether there should be more senior government control of natural gas co-operatives operating In rural areas has been requested by seven central Alberta muni- cipalities. Delegates at a municipal meeting also told government officials they want the possi- bility of bringing domestic gas to all regions studied. They said the province now depends on the services of large gas companies "which tend to bo setodave in their choice of service areas." The government officials were told gas hook-up costs vary by hundreds of dollars from ore service region to an- other and no two districts re- ceive the same rates. It was suggested the munici- palities could take over gas dis- tribution system and operate them as a public utility. The municipalities of Red Deer, Wetaskiwin, Lacombe, Ponoka, Leduc, Stcttler and Camrise pledged to support the studies. Olympic Games site inaugurated MONTREAL (CP) Elicnne Desmarteau Park, site for most activities at the 1976 summer Olympics Games, was inaugu- rated here in a brief cere- mony. The park is named after a Montreal policeman who won Canada's first gold medal in Olympic competition at the 1904 St. Louis games in the ham- mer-throwing event. Third television application accepted By DOUG SMALL OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian Radio-Television Commis- sion has approved a new televi- sion network covering southern Ontario and invited applications for new stations in four more cities in a move aimed at build- nia, Bancroft and Ottawa. In an announcement Friday, the commission granted an ap- plication by Global Communica- tions Ltd. of Toronto to set up a third English-language network with ultra high frequency trans- mitters in the .Ontario centres of Uxbridge, Paris, Windsor, Sar- nia. Bancroft and Ottawa. But it deferred part of Global's application, which would have set up an additional transmitter at Maxville, Ont. Commission Chairman Pierre .luneau told a news conference the CRTC felt the Maxville area is adequately served by Mont- real television stations. Mr. Juneau said the commis- sion's decision to invite applica- tions lor English television sta- tions in Winnipeg, Edmonton and Vancouvery-tach now has two main a French station in Ottawa-Hull means there is plenty of room In those areas for other stations. OPEN TO ALL Mr. Juneau said applications for the four cities would be en- tertained from anyone, Global included. They would be ac- cepted unlil the end of this year. G1 o b a 1 's program studios, which will have lull color facili- ties, will be set up in Ottawa and Toronto. The Uxbridge transmitter will cover the To- ronto-Burlington area, the Paris transmitter will reach the Ham- ilton-London-Kitchener area and the Niagara Peninsula and the one In Bancroft will take In the Belleville-Kingston area. The Windsor and Sanu'a transmit- ters will beam into Detroit and Port Huron, Mich., as well as Canadian communities. a month for firemen VANCOUVER (CP) The city's 760 firefighters have set- tled for a two-year contract which will raise a fifth-y ear fireman's pay to about by 1973. The agreement means a pay raise of about a month to retro-active to Jan. 1 and a further next Jan. 1 which will move the rate for fifth-year firefighters to a month, or S12.820 for 1973. Global will be expected to be in operation by Jan. 1.1974, and is licensed to continue opera- tions ustil the end of March, 1977. The Toronto company will be expected to conform with CRTC regulations which require at least 60 per cent Canadian con- tent in television programming. Global has complained that that requirement would wreck its success as a new network. It had suggested providing 50 per cent Canadian content, but now agrees to uphold the commis- sion rule. The CTV television network said Global's plan would finan- cially damage the CTV network and lower the quality of Cana- dian programming on the exist- ing networks. Global is to be a public com- pany with 57.51 per cent of its financing to come from the Issue of public shares. Can Flex Ltd. of Toronto, MacLean- Hunter Ltd., also of Toronto, and The Odeon Theatres Ltd., a subsidiary of the Rank Organl- Canadians right on Bisley target BISLEY, England (CP) For the first time in Bisley his- tory, the Canadian Army won the lop military shooting prize, outfiring the RAF today for the Unted Services Challenge Cup. The eight-man Canadian team scored a total of points out of a. possible in the combi- nation shoot while the RAF's runnerup team had points. The British Army and the Royal Navy came third and fourth. zatlon of Great Britain, would be other shareholders. The commission said It ac- cepted the application alter con- cluding that the new network would "play an Important part in the building of a balanced Canadian broadcasting system, predominantly Canadian In con- tent and character." SAND GRAVEL 1 ASPHALT TOLLESTRUP A SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE k 32B-2702-327-3610 A Centre Village DAY MONDAY JULY 24th MACLEODS I CIGARETTES ss rmr IVORY SOAP Reg. 3 PACKS FOR 1.77 ALL POPULAR BRANDS 3 PACKS 4 A A S 5 Ib. King Size pkg. Reg. 1.8 TIDE '.I :pk9 1.491 BATH SIZE HAND LIMIT A PACKS PER CUSTOMER LIMIT ONE PER CUSTOMER Reg. 2 for 39c SPECIAL 1.49 Reigning Beauty Hair Spray 9 .Q 1514 oz. can. 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