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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THI UTHBRIDGE HERALD Tuoiddy, May 26, 1970 ____________ "A BETTER TOMORROW" A tmillng Mr. Edward Heath, leader of the Conservative Opposition party, holds aloft the Conservativa manifesto, "A Better the General Election, during a news conference at the Conservative Central Office, in London Will C OSAKA (CP) Buoyed by assurances of a better break for Canadian exporters, Prime Minister Trudeau boarded a railway coach in Tokyo Tuesday anc streaked into Osaka for Canada Day at Expo '70. And before he left the Japanese capital he smoothed the rough edges of concern that developed over his earlier remarks about the possible revival of Japanese military might. With those matters taken care of, the prime minister joined a train oar filled with Ass lit Imp officials and reporters for a 100-mile-an-hour trip through the Japanese countryside to this fair-enthused citv. Just before leaving Tokyo, where he had spent some 19 hours, Trudeau told a news conference "I was given assurance" by Japanese Prime'Min-isler Sato there would be "a very considerable reduction" in the number of items on imporl quotas here. He said Sato also indicated that Japan was "moving very rapidly toward liberalization" so far as outside capita is Janbrook 64 45 Victoria 71 40 Penticton 75 53 George .58 39 .26 Kamloops 68 48 "I asked Mr. Sato to tell m about how he saw the balanc of power and I asked Hanada could play its part i this part of the world in its quest for peace." Trudeau said that the 72 50 Saskatoon 54 38 51 34 SYNOPSIS A large and slow moving weather system will continue o drift across Alberta and Sritish Columbia during the next two days bringing significant amounts of rain inlo almost all the forecast areas. Some breaks in the cloud will occur during today as westerly winds behind the initial Seeks Refund On 1 Cable Discuss Guides U.S. stations can be received of: the air, special provision may be made to allow cable opera tors to carry more than two American channels. In cities like this one, how ever, cable companies coulc carry one American commercial station and one U.S. educational TV station. Neither woulc have been available without the use of microwave. All cable systems, under the new guides, would be requirec to give priority to their 12-chan-nel service to the CBC and CTV networks, Canadian stations in nearby areas and community programming. When these priorities are met, a cable system could impor two U.S. stations. BLACKOUT ORDERED Non-Canadian programs being shown on local TV stations would have to be blacked out on cable a week before and after ftey were aired. this system argue that when the priorities aru coupitd uie CHTC's decision to raise Canadian pro-rt'amming on TV to 60 per cent >y 1972, it means residents in areas such as this will be left with little but Canadian programs. CRTC chairman Pierre Ju-neau has said repeatedly that he commission is not trying to leprive Canadiansof good American programs. But room must be made on systems and TV stations or more Canadian pi'ogram-ning. He says the commission was imply preserving the status uo by banning the use. of mi-rowave and the later (Cf A bill was introduced in the Manitoba legislature Monday calling for a refund deposit to be paid on all beer and carbonated soft drink containers', including tin cans. Ed Me Gill (PC-Brandon who introduced the private bill, said it was designed to provide an incentive for people to avoid littering. He said a minimum deposit of two cents is suggested for each container. The bill does not call for any special type of container but does require that all beverage containers carry the refundable deposit feature. It does not apply to milk or to liquor containers other than beer. If passed, it would mean the end of disposable fc GRAIN HANDLING CENTER FOR Radio-Television commission opens a public hearing today, hoping to dispel a swir or confusion and strong criticism surrounding new guides ror the development of cable TV. The hearing will deal primar-ly with applications for licences o establish cable systems in Calgary and Edmonton. The agenda also contains applica-ions for new TV and radio sta-ions and ownership changes. The cable TV applications wil >e the first heard by the regula-ory agency since its announcement April 10 of the new guides, including a provision for the use of microwave relays to carry United States TV signals to areas far from the international Areas such as Calgary and Cdmonton are unable to receive U.S. signals without the, use of microwave, which the commis-ion banned in December as an nterim measure. The CRTC has said it plans to ropose firm regulations gov-rning cable TV later this year nd hold a public hearing to dis-uss these in the fall. AY DISCRIMINATORY There has been opposition, otably from politicians and able operators themselves, to ic new guides which they say iscriminate against TV view-rs who live far from the U.S. jordcr. People in areas of southern anada, such as Toronto, Van-ouver or Montreal, can receive arge numbers of U.S. programs using only roof-top antennas, op-oncnts of the new guides rguc. Why should the k. 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It helps prevent Pain was promptly and gently infection which is a stated cause relieved actual reduction or of hemorrhoids. T i _, Just ask your dirogut for And most this Preparation H Suppositories or Improvement was maintained in Preparation H Ointment (with a. cases where clinical observations special were continued over a period of _ many months. Furthermore, or these tests and observations were FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE AS AT 9 COURTESY All highways In the Leth-ridge district are bare and in ood clriv.ing condition. Highway 1 Trans Canada t ighway. Calgary to Banff is j ostly bare and in good con- c ition. Banff to Revelstoke is rare and in good condition, l otroists are advised to 4 atch for fallen rock. The s ianff-Radium and Banff-Jasper r ghways are bare and in good I ndilion. f Creston Salmo highway is c are and in good condition. Mo- p rists are asked to watch for j lien rock, deer and caribou. B PORTS OF ENTRY A.M. TODAY OF AMA Snow tires or chains are no onger required when travelling n any mountain area. There is a 75 per cent on the following highways: lighway 3 Fincastle Medi-ine Hat; Highway 5 Ma-rath to Cardston; Highway 61 rora the junction of Highway to Foremost and one mile outh of Foremost to Manyber-ies; Highway 62 Magrath to )el Bonita. Effective 7 a.m. pril 29 there was a 75 per ent loading restriction im-osed on Highway 23 from the motion of Highway 3 to arons. and Closing Killed n Accident MCLENNAN (CP) serge Lamoureux, 19, of Edmon-on, was killed in a single-ve-cle accident near this corn-unity 50 miles southeast of 'eacc Bell Okay After Surgery MONTREAL (CP) Pub-isher Max Bell of the Calgary Alberlan was in satisfactory condition Monday, a week after ncurosurgcry to correct what doctors describe as in imbalance ancc condition. Dr. T h e o d o r e Rasmusscn, lead of the operating Jolted PROCTOR, MONT. (AP) This area of western Montana ad an earth shock or. Satur-ay, it was learned Monday. Proctor postmaster Cecil rcl said it was the no further details. Mr. Bell, 58, entered shock noted1 in that irea for some time. not be extended to ev-ryone by allow its use means many Canadians who have not Carway 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. MST, ay 18 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Del Mountain effective i a.m. to 5 p.m.; Roose- also reported feeling CRTC has suggested that southern areas where to receive U.S. shows will av< them B.C. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Kingsgate, B.C., 24 hours; PorthiU-ykerfe 8 a.m. to midnight; Logan Paw, ;