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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Farm Machinery Companies May Face New Competition OTTAWA (CT) Two or tlircc new farm machinery com- panies may be doing business in Canada this year, Agriculture Minister H. A. Olson told the Commons. Mr. Olson said the govern- ment, in lice with some of the recommendations cf the special commission on farm machinery, has started consultations with other governments and farm machinery companies in the hope of lowering their machin- ery costs to farmers through in- creased competition. The minister said the govern- ment has taken "positive ac- tion" on six cf ths seven recom- mendations of the commission. A seventh reverse dumping is being considered within tbe department. Mr. Olson's interim statement on actions .on the report was given a roufh lime by opposi tion spokesmen. Stanley Korchinski SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Thealre NIGHT THEY RAIDED MINSKY'S" in color, star- ring Jason Robards, Brilt Ekland and Norman AYisdom. Wednesday, March 25. Show at p.m. Adult. RIVER Sunland Theatre "THE GREAT BASK ROBBERY" in technicolor, starring Zero Moslcl and Kim Novak. Wednesday, -March 25. Show ot p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "A TWIST OF SAND" in color, starring Richard Johnson, Honor Elackman and Pelcr Vaughan. Wednesday and Thursday, March 25 and 25. Wednesday show at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "THE STERILE CUCKOO" in technicolor, starring Liza MinncllI and Wendell Burton. Academy Award nominee. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, March 2C nnd 27. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Adult Not suitable for children. Get More Out of Life TtAo Ihe Family lo o Movis ilackenzle) said the minister has wasted the time ot Ihe Com- mons mill his statement. It said that had r.ot been re- rarletl in newspapers several vecks ago. He said the new companies vculd have to set up dealer- ships arxl there was the ques- ion of whether they would ac- cept trade-ins. Alf Cleave (NDP-Saskatoon- iiiggar) said he welcomed the .njcction of competition but few farmers would be buying new machinery this year. He wanted some action on the high cost of repairing old ma- chinery. The report had deall with over-charging hut Mr. Olson had not mentioned it iadio Tirates' Again On Air CIlfEF JUSTICE-Mr. Justice Gerald Fautc-ux of the Su- preme .Court .of .Canada lias been named Chief Jus- tice of Canada. Montreal Lifer Kilis Himself MONTREAL (CP) Togher, a 42-year-old native of Edinburgh, serving a life sent- ence (or the murder of his wife and Ihrce children, has become the fifth prisoner at St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary lo commit suicide Lhis year. Assistanl Warden Real Benoit said Togher, who came to Canada in 1957, was found Tuesday hang- ing in his cell in the psychiatric ward of the penitentiary. He was convicted Feb. 9, 1968, and had been in the psychiatric ward since his incarceration Feb. 12. He was living in Mon- treal at the time of the mur- ders. Ai reas Plan Near Don't miss this eye-opening special on a behind-the-scenes look in the lives of true-to-life Telephone Operators! "OPERATOR" -Wednesday, Morch 25, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD LONDON (CP) -Radio "pir-i are again roaming Brit- m's airwaves, tombarding lis- ith pop music and com- icrcials. The British government, hicli banned such transmis- .ons in 1907, is diligently eaves- ropping on the latest bucca ecrs, who anchored their COO- on sMp six miles oft the Kssex oast Tuesday. Known as Radio North Sea In- ernational, they have been earning their music to British nd German listeners for weeks rom a point off the Dutch The new position was ex- acted to give them good cover- ge of southeastern England, in- luding the densely-populalec xindon area Their ship's country tf ration was not immediately de- enninetl by authorities. Legislation passed in 1967 MARCH 27 P.M. CFCN-TV CHANNEL 13 PRESENTED BY ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES OLLEGE rVonCOLLEGE MALL I N E M PHfJHE 328-6300 STARTING OTTAWA (CP) The Jedert government has reached agree merits with all 10 provinces the areas to be covered unuj the new special areas progra recently announced by Region Expansion Minister J e a Marchand. Tom Kent, deputy minister regional economic expansio Tuesday told the Commo committee on miscellaneous e tjmaies that details of the area' affected will be announced after they are approved by order-in- council. He said Ihe agrecmenl wilh Ontario was made final during Ihe weekend. The special areas program, providing additional help to se- lected areas beyond Ihe assist- ance already provided, for crea- tion of new industry through Ihe Regional Development incen- tives Act, is aimed at locations where developments are al- ready indicated, likely, for the 1970-71 year. Mr. Kent said in federal funds is marked for pro- jects that will be started in thi: first year of the plan. Under the special areas pro- gram, Ihe federal governmcnl works in co-operation with the provinces in providing assist- ance to new developments, in- cluding industrial and service projects. Under a flexible arrangement the federal government will be able to help the provinces prov ido their share of the money Mr. Kent said this will be par tieularly valuable to the Allan tic area, where provinces won' be forced to go out and raise the entire share of the expenditure Mr. Kent said it would be sev rat weeks before details of the dffecled areas will be an nonnced. oi'ced a number of marine >ased commercial stations of lie air, restoring to the BBC it, raditional monopoly over do- radio. To meet the demand fo ro'jr.d-the-dock pop music bui' up by (he off-shore stations, II: publicly-owned BBC began a similar service of its own called Radio-1, which carries no com- mercials. British listeners abo can tune Thinker Blasted to stations on the Eiuopcan including Radio Lux- mbourg. Operating a commercial serv- cu in English at night, Radio .uxembourg employs' fast-talk ing disc jockeys such as Can a disn David Jensen, a 19-year-old native of Victoria. 1 Radio Luxembourg transmits on an internationally-approved from a foreign coun-! :ry 300 miles away, and thus meets all requirements. But Radio Noilh Sea Interna- .ional, owned by a company rased in Zurich, is broadcasting on a frequency not at allocated for domestic transmis- sions. Britain's department of posts and telecommunications con- cedes that Radio North Sea's floating home is outside terri- torial water but says its use of maritime frequencies will pose a danger to shipping communi- cations. CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) A 600-pound bronze cast of Ro- din's The Thinker was blown from its pedestal in front of the Cleveland Museum o! Art by a bomb blast early Tuesday. Po- lice said a blast apparently top- pled the stalue, which was ex- tensively damaged, The statue is said'to be the fourth made from Rodin's original plaster i-ast. HISTORIC CITY The Dominican Republic's capital, Ssnto Domingo, is the oldest European city in the Western Hemisphere. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC SUITE 8-304 5th Si. S. Above National Store Phone 327-7244 leltibrldge ROSS HOSAK, C.D.M. SHOULD QUEBEC SEPARATE WHAT CANADIANS THINK Fads about who wonts it, dotsn'1, where lhe> live, thtir backgrounds and edutolion. Magazine conducted a special poll lo find o-Jt whal Canad- ians think obo-jt separatism. The biggest p-jsh may cotni from the English themselves. But a significant voice is ihe educated young French Quebecker. Don'l miss Ihe startling fctli by this survey as reported. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD Reaffirm Ties TOKYO (AP) China and Pakistan reaffirmed their! r i c n d 1 y lies Monday in j peechcs at a Peking reception marking Pakistan's national ay. The Chinese Communist cws agency said Premier Chou led a group of Chinese of- icials at the reception given by Ambassador Khwaja Ichammed Kaiser. TOMORROW "OTOOLE BEST ACTOR OF THE YEAR! ...'.'Chips'One Of The Year's Ten "Laugh Cry Enjoy and if you dor.'i mrnd some in- creasingly rare advice, lake the whole family." -McCalli -NATIOWALBOARD OFREVffW "The surprise hit of sexy '69 will be an old fashioned love story, 'Goodbye Mr. Chips'." Magazine Metro-CIoltlwyn-Mnyeir Frc.-cnls Ah Arthur P. Jacobs Production E tarring .Peter 0 Toole-Petula Clark "Goodbye, Mr, Chips" Sir Michael Redgrave Scrcctipby by Terence by by AFJAC Productions' Music and Lyrics by Leslie Bricussfl Fjrf a At NVel tj- Wia i-J Miumlcr 2 Shows Thurs. and p.m. F-iiday and Saturday Matinees p.m. Continuous Box Offko Opens p.m. Admission prices for Ill's engcigoment MATINEE EVENING ADULTS Sl.50 STUDENTS CHILDREN ANYTIME CAPITOL Guru- Secret World- Last cornplc-ie 'ARAMOUXT Bob and Carol, Ted and Short Last complete PARAMOUNT CINEMA John and Short Last complete COLLEGE CINEMA Last of the Mobile Hot Short Last complete TODAY and THURS. turn to the east, to discovery, to love, GtlKI% FAMILY fsmxexuH no a. iiH-iitrU KH WK.-J niaa- HIT NO. IN COLOR wilh JACQUELINE B1SSETT 'SECRET WORLD" The Playgoers of Lefhbridge "THE HOSTAGE" a ploy by BRENDAN BEHAN .Award winning play En Ihe recent Alherla Regional Drama Feslival Fri., April 1-2-3 P.M. Yates Memorial Centre Tickets on Sale at Yates box office Starting March 25rh RESERVED SEATS EACH oiNema TONIGHT and THURS. ol and p.m. POSITIVELY LAST 2 DAYS RESTRICTED ADULT Dusiin Mia flfcfi Farrow ibJOHN m MARY i 2a 1 STARTS FRIDAY I Q ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS BjCiiARD GENEVJEVE BURTON BUJOLD ADULT Television Resolution Approved EDMONTON (CP) Tile legislature approved a private member's resolution criticiz- ing the Canadian R a d i o-Tele- vi.sion Commission's ban on cable television in Alberta. Ilobert Simpson gary North) said it is not the [clevision programs but the prin- ciple involved in the CKTC de- cision. He said the CRTC is discrim- inating against Albcrtans by not allowing them television pro- gi'ams available to thousands of other Canadians. "We want what belongs fo all of us, a (air deal for all Can- Mr. Simpson said. PARAMOUNT Piililic Service Commissioner To Guyana EDMONTON (CP) Alber- la's public service commission- er has acccpled a one-year ap- pointment from the United Na- tions lo reorganize the Guyana public service. K. J. Ilobertson will leave 1 April 1 for New York where he will spend a few days for brief- ing before proceeding lo George- town. His family is cxpeclcd to join him in May. During Mr. Robertson's leave of absence, James L. Kngol will be acting public service commis- sioner1. 1'OPULATION COUNT The population of Hawaii, one of Ihe Hawaiian islands, is about STARTS TOMORROW at and p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT REGULAR PRICES "BEST OF THE Kill' Board of Review MATINEES FRIDAY and SATURDAY p.m. CONTINUOUS JUNE -New York Film Critics w A f ww A CHMTOifV, ".XIER PCtLAIK Q3YOIM BOhVf KDE1HA.V) RtO'SUHCAS LAST TIMES TONIGHT "BOB and CAROL and TED and ALICE" IN TECHNICOLOR ROBERT GULP NATALIE WOOD ELHOTT GOUID DYAN CANNON ;