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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Art subsidies run million yearly By JAMES NELSON OTTAWA (CP) Public and private subsidies to the per- forming arts, now running to about million o year, should be increased to million by 1974-75, says a report commis- sioned by the Canada Council. The report, prepared by Frank T. Pasquill and based on A study conducted by York Uni- versity in Toronto, also recom- mends ,that some major per- forming arts groups be declared "national arts assets" with the federal government taking over direct rsponsibillty for Jinanc- ing them adequately. It is one of several reports commissioned by the art coun- cil in the preparation of new policy. The study covered fed- eral, provincial, municipal and private subsidy financing for orchestral, dance, cpera and theatre companies in Canada. The report found that in gen- eral, the well-established com- EAST AFRICA from Choose from 1-i Safari holi- dayi amidst Africa's unique wildlife reserves and tropical beaches. Year-round weekly Jet departures. For free color brochure contact: NILISTAR TOURS 106A-709 Dunsmuir, Van. B.C. (604) 687-1131 224-0067 anies fare belter from public ubsidies than the rising, newer ompanics. All, however, whether well-cs. ablished or still strugging for ludience atcnlion, are short of lino's, the report says. "In total, the performing arts n Canada are in an unhealthy it says. "Many performing aris or- ganizations in the country suf- >r from serious administrative and artistic constraints which, n part, result from a lack oi requisite funding or unstable fi- nancial conditions. "Even apart from cost con- siderations and threatening in flationary pressures, it is esti mated that total public and pri vale subsidy for the psrlorming arts in Canada must grow I million by 1974-75 if pas growth is to be extended at thi same rate into the future.' The report says that sincage tax return Canadians wil rave to fight through this year lardly a day passes withou some Opposition MP putting th minister on the spot over tas reform' proposals which ajcio'ying and puzzling the aver age Canadian. The person King the Fl nance Minister Edgar Benson 'ormer Minister of Slate Pa Uahoney, and former Revenu Minister Herb noth whatsoever to do with tha particular subject any man Mr. Stanbury has been le: holding the baby. However, the Liberals do ap pear to have two ministers wh could become superstars. DC fence Minister James Richan son, the Winnipeg MP who had no trouble holding his seat when other Liberals were toppling all over the country, and Trade liaisler Alastair Gillespie, ever put a foot wrong in the ommons. In fact, Mr. Richard- on is doing so well political ob- ervers are wondering why he asn't given more prominence year or so ago. FARMERS 309 7th Street South IETHBRIDGE Phone 328 5548 BUY with CONFIDENCE Over the years Beny's have built their business on service to their cuftomers. Chester Pocza, one of Beny's Sales lenders will roll out the "Red Carpet" for you. He's anxious to be of service Ask him about Ihe Special Sav- ing'on 1973 Demonstrators. Deal wilh Bony. You'll BENY-FIT. ASK ABOUT THE MIIE NEW CAR POWERTRA1N LUBRICATION GUARANTEE. CHESTER POCZA LIFETIME OK WARRANTY ON OUR QUALITY USED CARS AND TRUCKS BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE PHONE 323-1101 OK SUPERMARKET LOT MAIN GARAGE and SHOWROOM THE LETHBRIDGE FEDERAL PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATION WILL HOLD ITS ANNUAL MEETING AT THE ELKS HALL, FORT MACLEOD FRIDAY, MARCH 9th, 1973 GUEST SPEAKER: MR. ELDON WOOLLIAMS, M.P. p.m. BUSES LEAVE CIVIC CENTRE AT P.M. Dinner each Tickets and membership available from President Julius Gal NON- DRINKERS deserve to pay less for fire insurance They do at Abstainers'. Because our experience has shown that abstainers have fewer accidents, fewer home fires. That's why we can in- sure for less. If you're a non-drinker, can you afford nor: to look into Abstainers' insurance for your home HUNT INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. 1701 Srd.Ave. S. Phone 328-7777 ABSTAINERS' INSURANCE COMPANY only Cini iiin providing W. G. "Bill" TRUESDEIL Form Auction Sole 1 mile South of FORT MACLEOD on No 2 Hwy. (Cardston 1 Mile East; VA Miiet South SATURDAY, MARCH 10 SALE STARTS 10 A.M. TERMS CASH LUNCH SERVED Having been favoured wilh instruct ions from Mr. W. G. "Bill" Truesdell we will offer for sale the following of farm machinery as listed below, which It merely a ond in no way a warranty or guarantee ai to condition or age and is subject to additions, errors or minor changes ai you may find them the day of the tola. TERMS CASH the day of the sale, wilh lettlement in full before removal from the farm. Condition Massey Ferguson No. 97 dies el wilh cab, like-new dual hydraulics, Massey Harris No. 102 gas with PTO. COMBINE, SWATHER, DRILLS Massey Harris No. 90 special combine with 16 ft. header attachment and cab; Cockshutt 15 fl. swalher, PTO; 14 ft. John Deere double disc drill wElh rubber tires and fertilizer attachment; IHC 12 ft. double disc drillj Cockshutl 10 fr. double disc drill. CULTIVATOR, PLOW, ONEWAY 22 feet of oneway mcludes, one 12 ft. Case and1 one 10 ft. MH hitched 20 fr. Noble bladej IHC 4 bot- tom plow, 16 inch. TRUCKS 1944 two ton Dodge truck wilh grain box ond hydrau- lic hoist, good running condition; 1965 Ford Fleelside Vi Ion, 6 cylinder, 300 cu. in., good running condition; 1959 Austin, good running condition. RIFLES and Scope 300 Savage and Scope 22 Mossberg OTHER EQUIPMENT Mossey Ferguson No. 12 baler, PTO, good condition! IHC manure spreader, 1 40 bu. cap., PTO driven weed sprayer with 30 ft. boom, PTO; 1-12 ft. electric drill filler; 1-26 fr. Mayrafh grain auger wilh 6 Briggs and Slreilton motor; l-W5seonsin 10 h.p. electric start motor, like new; 1-Cement mixer; rubber tired; Centrifugal inch pump; pump, h.p. with controls, like newj 3 gos pump; of slide-in slock racks; Quantity of 15 and 45 gal. drums. MECHANICAL AND CARPENTRY TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT 1-Aluminum ladder cxl.j ladders; 3-Tool and shop floor stand drill press, M Inch chuck; 1-Blacksmilh vise; hydraulic floor jack; Hydraulic jacks; 8 inch lable saw and stand; 1-Thor electric hand saw, 7'.i Inch; 'A Inch electric drill; inch electric drill; 1-Skill.saw; solder- ing gun; Cutting torches, welding torches and tips; Quan. lily of lumber, planks, plywood, masonite, shingles and laths. HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES Viking sewing machine, 3 drawer cabinet, fully auto- matic, excellent condition; G.E. "While" automatic washer, heavy rluly wilh lint catcher and fabric softener dispenser, excello'it condition, only 1 month old; Maytag wringer wash- er; 17 cu. ft. deep freeze; B and W "cabinet model" TV; 2-Copper boilers with lids; 3-Wash tubs. FURNISHINGS 1-Sofa armchair; reclining rocker; bed and matlress; l-Folding bed and matlress; 1-Word- robe with front mirrors; closet, bedroom suite with queen size box spring and matlress, like new; Matched set of braided wool oval rug! and run- rers, 2 rugs 2 rugs 3'x2'; 2 rugs 2'x4', 2 runners 12 fl. long. ANTIQUES 8-pce. oak dining room suite, china cabinet and buffet, 4 motes chairs, 1 coptains chair, excellent condition; side- board, chest of drawers; Eaton sewing machine; 1 Racking chair; 1-Wooden armchair; er and bowl set Odd old chairs; Old vasei and pitchers; Set of 6 silver teaspoons; Jardinere; Johnson Bros, ironstone plotes; Odds and ends of different lyps dishejt Rolling pin, (lot irons, crotVs, iugs and old sealers wilh wire and porcelain tops; lamp. AUCTIONEERS DAVE McNAB GERALD THOMPSON license No. 670 license No. 594 Phone 234-2206 Phone 627-4278 COMING MARCH 8th -ONITED MOTORS-UNITED MOBILE HOMES SHOW ON WHEELS THE NEW PAVILION GREATEST SAVINGS EVER ;