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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Juno 17, 1970 THE 1E7H6RIDGE HERAID II New Government Grain Act In For Rough Time OTTAWA (CP) Opposition members of flic Commons agri- culture committee made it clear Tuesday Hie government's pro- posed new grain act is in for a rousli ride. Jack Homer led opposition dissent toward the bill, which would replace the Canada Grains Act, broaden powers of the grains commis- sion and alter present grain standards. Mr. Homer moved two minor Film Censorship Wanted Majority -Hollowacli j EDMONTON (CP) cial secretary Ambrose H o 1 o- wach said here the "vast ma- jority" of groups that write to his office about film censorship Tour Service HALIFAX (CP) Brian Alia- way and Robert Gillis, students at St. Mary's University here, will supply a charter transport and sightseeing service this summer for tourists. Under the company name Gihvay Mari- times, they are setting up an agency to obtain service and equipment f r oin established firms. They will offer bus, light aircraft and boat charters. ask for stricter regulations. It is a "small vocal group" that feels there should be a re- laxation of film review proce- dures in Alberta, he said. The province's film censor- ship policies were under review as part of a study of all govern- ment policies. Mr. Holowach said he feels the present policies are "very reasonable." In 1969, the provincial board of film censors banned 11 of 479 feature films, the highest num- ber in 10 years. Portions were clipped from 21 films. Less than half of the films, 214, were labelled family enter- tainment and 101 films were classified as strictly for adults. amendments a.nd heade lengthy discussions on eac until the committee's mornin session was over. The two pn posals were defeated. The Homer amendments pn posed to allow a grain elevato to be licensed even though would not be located on a rai line and to define a "grai dealer" as any person in West who deals in or handle, western grain. Mr. Horner said he wanle his second amendment passe because, it would save easteri grain dealers from "goin through another governmen board and more red tape." "f'm greatly afearetl with this act giving the grain commissio power to move in at any tim on the eastern dealer and fore out the smaller man and have detrimental effect on the selle in the be said. Mr. Horner said after the ses sion that "it looks like a long hot summer in Ottawa." "This bill is going to lake long time to go through th committee because the grain council has submitted about 5( amendments and the combine1 opposition has about 36." 'f v Tropical Fish Here is an excellent opportunity for you to add to your collection of tropical fish. A. Dime Angels 2 .77 B. 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