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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta g _ TH5 LITHBRIDGI HEUALO v Friday, March 20, 1970 RUN BY COINS CWn-operated laundry_ ma- chines first came use in Ll'.e United Stales during tlw liKOs. There avc COMMON' about wild boar living in America's Appa- lacluan section. SOU1KERN ALBERtA MENNONITE BRETHREN SONG FESTIVAL will present a program of sacred music especially for Easier featuring CANTATA "EVERLASTING LIFE" under the direction cT Mr, Alan Andrei Soloist IIELLA THIESSEN (Soprano) WAITER GOE8ZEN Tenor JOHN S1EBERT Bern SUNDAY, MARCH P.M. Kale Andrews High School Auditorium, Coaldala All ARE WELCOME; NO ADMISSION CHARGE I.A colleclfcn will be token) Cattlemen Urge Free Grain Flow OTTAWA (CP) dian Cattleniens' The Cana- ___ Association oday suggested tte best method of casing distress of vcstern grain producers is to eliminate gradually regulations proMbiling Make up a Party Come to EL RANCHO CABARET TONIGHT and SATURDAY NIGHT! SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT "THE MINT JUIEPS" 9 p.m. la 1 a.m. ADMISSION SI.00 Glen's DEN (Downstair! South Side Entrance) Rcftethmenll and Food Available! Ron Pilling, secretary of the TOW receive. This vrouM firm up grain prices, increase sales ar.d novement of grain and the gpy. Tnment's Feed Freight Assist- ance program. Presenting a brict to the I'.OKS agriculture committee, the cattlemen said U this is done tr.e over-all price of grain cot regulated by Hie Canadian wheat board would be strength- The brief suggested tliat laws of supplv ar.d demand would equalize grain prices. Gradually eliminating freight assistance payments would result in lower transportation costs. The brief said the transportation industry, not the farmer, lus benefitted from freight B.C. Reef Cattle Growers' Asso- ciation, the committee if in- terprovir.cial boundary regula- tions were abolished cattlemen could buy grain at lower prices. In turn, Iliey would pay grain growers higher prices than they reduce surpluses. Tix> cattlemen said free grain movement would have anottier advantage because more produ- cers would move into feed grain production and this would help Nixou Proposes Si mient Aid WASHINGTON (Reuters) President Nixon proposed Thursday legislation guarantee- ing financial aid to every stu- Uixlcr the president's plan, federal grants and subsidized loans will be concentrated on students from low-income fami dent from any poor American, lies. family who enters college. Nixon also proposed to Con- gress the creation of a national Every low-income student will be eligible for a combination ol federal grants and clieap loans student loan association which sufficient to give him the same raise its own capital': ability to pay as a student from through sale of stock. "CLUB 67" ANNIVERSARY DANCE Saturday, March 21st 9 p.m. SCANDINAVIAN HAH MUSIC BY FIORINO ORCHESTRA for members and Invited gueitl Tickels at door. a family earning a year, Nixon proposed that the maxi- mum annual student loan shouk be increased lo from SI INSTRUMENTS Fro en PER MONTH. MUSICLAND Cor. 3rd Ave. and SI. S. o cut wheat surpluses. The brief made three points hich it suggested could alle- iate grain marketing urob- oius: create any more gov- rnment agencies to deal with problems that can best be re- olved in the market place. firm in Implementing the -equired changes, but be liu mane, providing an adjustment or transition phase over several with retraining programs st> people can adjust. for long-term, stable growth. Harold Danforth (PC-Kent- 3ssex) said there is a danger, if nterprovincial boundary regula ions ar.d freight assistance were ended, that grain produc lion in Ontario and Quebec would suffer. Mr. Pilling said tliis is ol ready a problem and can be overcome. Ho said grain-pro- ducing lar.ds in Ontario ant Quebec could and should be more profitably used for grow ing other commodities. With in creased grain coming from th West, be said, eastern farmer could get out of grain produc tion and back inlo mixed farm ing. The only reason caster farmers began growing grai was lo acltieve lower prices. Zeller's PRE-SELLING IS FRIDAY 1TV HIGHLIGHTS! Fiuruv "Bracken's p.m., th. 7: Anna Baxter guest slais ES a veteran movie actress whose vanity causes serious problems in the production of a lilic. With Don Knotts. VAU1KTY: "Andy 7 p.m.. Cli. M: Guests are the Smothers Brothers, Gladys Knight and the Pips, the Osmond Brothers and singer Ray Stevens. MOVIE: "Itio Conrlios." 7 p.m., Ch. 8: A 1K4 about a search for rifles stolen from a cav- alry command. Stars Ilichaid Bcone, Stuart Vi'liitman and Tony Franciosa. MOVIE: 8 p.m., Ch. 13: A 1067 English film, directed by Pelcr (The War about a national pop-singing idol win loathes liis fame. Stars Paul Jones and Jean Shrimplon. MOVIE: 9 p ni., Cli. 7: The 19CO movie version of Leon L'ris1 novel on Hie rise of modern Israel. Stars Paul Kewman and Eva Marie. Saint. SPECIAL: "U.S. 9 p.m., Ch. 11: Former astronaut Frank Borman narrates a survey of Sail Francisco's flight against pollution. LOCAL: "Automatic Eli'Clric." p.m., Ch. 3: The first show produced jointly by the University ol Lethbrtdge CATV 3 takes a look at the Automatic Electric plant in Lcthbridge. MOVIE: "Call Me p.m., Ch. 13: A 1953 version of the Broadway musical comedy about a Washington hostess who gives up money ar.d social promin- ence for love. Stars Ettel Merman and Donald O'Connor. SATL'llDAV SPOUTS: Noon, Ch. 7: ]jve coverage of the final game in the 1370 World Curling Championship with Canadian champ Don Dugin'd of Manitoba seeking to beat out rinks from seven other countries. Sl'OHTS: "Wide World of p.m., I'll. 13: Highlights of the World Professional Skiing Championships and the World Figure-Skating Championships. ZELUrVS GUARANTEE V ZELLER'S gucicniMS ttiof all items in this advertisement ore first quality end represent Genuine Savings ON THESE ITEMS PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY-DELIVERY EXTRA. EASTER CANDY Boys' and Girls' 20" Semi-High Rise Red and Magenta Chrome Fenders SMILES CHUCKLES CREWA EGGS CHOC. COATED BUTTER CREAM FRUIT AND NUT (ORONADO APOLLO RUG 7-PCE. GOLF SET 9' x 12' Nylon Viscose Fashion 2 Woods, 5 Irons MacGREGOR BIG BIG BUY FISHING REEL MAVERICK CAMP TRAILER By Rubbermaid Mitchell 300-Spinning Reel Two in Drag Transparent Vinyl Fits All Cars 1969 Hardtop Model complete with spore, mattress, eovers and table. FRONT Reg. 7.39 ZE1CO ELECTRIC (-DAISY-) 6 lens 2 swings oir slide town swing h.p. G. E. Motor 18" Cut 6" Swing over chrome handle REAR Reg. 6.29 JAYEX FLEECY in by tht end Any in prcgrem idutJutei h s? tCiongci by itii ttcTtoni end h Huold CJOC News on (he Hour Wthr., Sparls on the Half Hour TONIGHT (FRIDAY) Prcce Al Cepp world al Market Report Paul Tlvidar Djare Scoll N'ev.3 Secll SATURDAY im Elliott Al Cap? Jim Elliott CSC Htv.% Jim er.iyrch Bullelln V.dyr.e Barry Rob Ingram 5 per Weather, Al V.'lhr. rarm Ulgest News, SVeairer News, Sports, V.'Ihr Al Capp Al Ca JacX. Thyi NEWS ON THE HOUR WEATHER OK THE HALF HOUR TONIGHT [FRIDAY) Dinner Back 13 Ihe Blbfl Voice of Chtna V.'orid Tomorrow CHEC FM 10.1 MO -Caravan cf Bl? SATURDAY Starlight Concert _______ Hall firm Sporll Sfen-Oif V-eslher Farm Review News Spcrls CaMIe Caravan HEv.i DURING BESTWAY'S GREATEST EVER MONEY-SAVING SALE OF PORTABLE TV SETS! 12-INCH RCA PORTABLE TV 16-INCH PHILCO PORTABLE TV 19-INCH RCA PORTABLE TV SPECIAL ONLY SPECIAL ONLY SPECIAL ONLY CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES Cor. 4th Ave.-5lri St. S. Phone 328-2328 .Satisfaction' J South UtrhbritJge Shopping Cenfre on Mayor Mogrolh Drive. Open Daily 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m., Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Thursday nnd Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. CJtH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) TONIGHT (FRIDAY) Marine Boy (cj 11-'n" Three Stooge! 7 EracVei'i 1C) J'Jii Laugh-En K'E.i Exodus- 2: W V.'orid Curling SATURDAY lca Pi-.r.ocnio Oi 3 :CW Stamped? 6-CO Carlcc-.s Trarj Tcp Team Urssrdoq 13: SO Jr f.'.cvie Ezodui PP. 1 Nev.s (cl (c) D'lfccrvilfe (c> '-CO Bvgi Burny ard the Read Ku-rcr CFCN-TV lethbridge Channel 13 Cablevision Channel 4 TONIGHT (FRIDAY) Cal v.'ynne's Paa Madame Lucy c Aboal Faco Anlrral World t Msvfc: Last cf the F-'ast Guns All Sfar Art Ini'ructlon CalUI Vr'csT (c) Greal Oyttfacrs (c) 3r3D Spcrls {c) i-.y) Hoi Scat (c) Eporls (c) Ncv.l KRTV Great Foils Channct 3 (CabJcvlsfon Ch. 9) TONIGHT Luti'lc Cc) 6M II'CAS tcl HillrVlliCS (C) Rfo Cor.chcs (c) 9.W Ircr.sitle {c) Tcnlqht Show SATURDAY ci Great c Here the Handball Grun-p trader Daslaroty (c) Pacts BAnana Splits 7re Wcnkecs Perils cl Per: Dcut'e- 1M Higii'chaparKl (c) H. R. PufAStuU Dc Greeri Acres Glen Campbell Gur.smsVe 'cl A Clear ard Present Da-jer (cl (c) Name cf Ihe Gam KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 {Cabfevlslon Ch. 11} TONIGHT (F3IDAY) 1V-5 5: JO Get Srart (c) Tim Ccnv.ay Tt-c Brady Bunch Hanny Fa'fer arid Mi-lr Dcttie Minion They Care lor Their cily (c) TV-5 Nev-s GriNin SATURDAY Farm NEAS Gvllivcr Bear Cafanooga Call Hof Sty Gecrg2 cf Gel Together American BarKjs'and Baskerball-NIT Championship Pro Tcur Mudd FJvVg IJm Lei's rv.axe a Cea! NCAlyuctJ Garr-0 CATV-3 TONIGHT (FRIDAY) Hockey 5J5 Special: U of p-tscnis lour ol AuiaTal'c Eree1r.'i Plant ;