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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Tocntod In Stylo LANCASTER, Pa. (AP) Four-hundred tWrty-elght car- tons of marshmallows wen toasted today when the truck in which they ware being deliv- ered caught fire and exploded on the .Pennsylvania Turnpike. ACT System To Provide Cable Television Service To Alberta's 10 Cities Proposed MR. AALBORG CALGARY (CP) Raymon Reierson, Alberta telephone minister, Tuesday proposed system for providing cable tel vision service to ail 10 cities the province within 21 month Mr. Reierson told a publi hearing of the Canadian Radi Television Commission that A berta Government should be franchised as th only carrier of U.S. TV signs into the province. The signals would import ed by microwave relay and dis- tributed to local cable TV op- eraton in the province. Mr. Reierson said ACT woul pick up American signals Salmo, B.C. for delivery to cen tral receiving centres in Albe ta's 10 cities. The signals could be trans ported over existing govern- ment facilities with a minimum of alteration, the miniate said. Aalborg Outlines Alberta Tax Plan CAMHOSE (CP) The Al- berta government plans to ask Ottawa to turn over to the prov- inces most income tax revenues so that the province can design and operate more of their own programs. A. 0. Atlborg, provincial treasurer, said here that if this were done, shared cost pro- grams now jointly financed by Ottawa and Hie provinces would be eliminated, Mr. Aalborg said a brief set- ting out these proposals is be- ing prepared for presentation at the next conference of pro- vincial treasurers June '5-6 in Winnipeg. The minister said the Alberta likely will meet little opposition from the otter prov inces but -certainly will be op- posed by Ottawa. The federal government, Mr Aalborg said, has made it clea in its white paper on taxatio that it believes the income tax field should remain in federa hands. The white intend states flatl that Ottawa intends to continu receiving the major portion income tax revenues, Mr. Aa said. The federal government toe control of the income tax fie! from the provinces a war time emergency measure.. Con- trol of income tax revenues never was returned to the prov inces. SPECIAL ONE OWNER FURNITURE AUCTION SALE HURLBURT AUCTION ROOMS 1920 2nd Avenue South, Lethbridgn MONDAY, JUNE 1 7 p.m. TERMS CASH NO RESHVI Good Nprdhelrher upright piano; swivel piano stool; beautiful dining table with 6 chairs) nice old china cabinet; niea old buffet; 2 beautiful single brass bedi with good box iprjngs and mattress; birds eye maple dreistr with mirror; birds maple 7-drawer chest of drawers; flood Zenith 23" TV; small office desk; nice old combination writing desk and radio; beautiful inlaid coffee tablt with drop leaves; console radio-record player; nice red ches- terfield cmd chair; gold upholstered chair and stool; jndia rug; 9x12 India rug. 10x15 .grey rug; 6x10 grey rug; Kelvinalpr fridge (square very Bealty automatit washfr end matching electric dryer; nice pole lamp; gpod odd wood chairs; chrome kitchen suite; cedar chest; kitchen counter; chtst; silverware; gas range; Hoover upright vacuum; plant stand; electric fan; clothes hamper; set; ash stands; linen; lawn mower; dishes; pots and pans; ornaments; pictures, books; small table; TV tables; drapes and curtains; table lamps; magazine rack; lawn mower; lawn chairs; garden tools; electrical applianew. Many more iferm too numerous to mention. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: As the owner of this furniture ii wil- ing home we offering all furniture and effects for at this special auction sale. Having personally in- iptcfed these we find them in good condition and taken care of. strongly urge in need of any furniture to be sure to attend thii sale. VIEWING SUNDAY 2 TO 4 P.M. AND ALL DAY MONDAY SALE CONDUCTED BY HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. 1920 2nd Ave. S. Phono 328-4705 AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN liunn No. 41 Linnet No. 458 HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd Avt. THURSDAY, MAY 28th SALE STARTS P.M. TEIMS CASH NO HJHVI Bronze Kenmore 30" automatic Electric Range; Red modern Chesterfield and Chair; Good Chrome Table and Chairs; Nice small Office Desk; Swivel Office Chair; 3- Dressers with Mirrors; Apt. size Chrome Table; Nice 2- door China Cabinet; Old Buffet; Fteetwood TV; Nice Mar- coni combination Radio-Record Player; Chairs; Good G.E. Fridge; Mangle; Commercial Deepfryer; Table Saw; Marlin Lever Action 22; McCIary Fridge; Comp. Wood Crib; Baby Buggy; Car Top Carrier; Complete Beds; Wood Chairs; Hoover Upright Vacuum.; Sm. Chest of Drapers; RCA Victor 21" TV; Sump Pump; Coffee Tablet; End Tables; Fern Stand; Electric Guitar and Amplifier; Wood Rocker; Camp Stove; Sm. Bike; Radios; Clothes Hampers; Time Punch Clock; Mirrors; Lawn Chairs; Step Ladder; Vacuum Cleaners; Table Lamps; Combination Doors; Washing Machines; Sm. Desk and Chair; Good Elcc. Lawn Mowers; High Chair; Sm. Tables; TV Antenna; Gas Radiant; Bird Cage; Dishes; Sani Can; Pots and Pans; Tubs; Toys; Mop Pail; Crock; Elec. Appli- ances; Swing Set; PC. Lino; Bags; Gas and Elec. Hinges. 1947 DODGE 1 TON TRUCK 12' WOOD BOAT HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phon. M8-470J 1920 2nd Avo. S. UthbrMfO tUCTIONEEKS TED NIWIY KIITH KOMANN N.. 41 Ik. 411 Mr. Reierson proposed that cable subscribers charged only 40 cents to a month, a drastic reduction from the av- erage monthly subscriber rate now charged by most ca- ble companies. Recently announced CRTC guides for cable development require cable companies in areas distant from the U.S. border to carry only one Am- erican commercial and one non-commercial channel. Mr. Reierson proposed im- porting the three American net- works foi' distribution on one cable channel. The best programs from the three networks could be select- ed by a consortium of cable op- erators in each city before dis- tribution. These would be shown on only one channel and would not violate the CRTC guides, Mr, Reierson said. Replying to questions by John Hylloo, CRTC counsel, Mr. Reierson AST would have '.'more than passing interest in the American programs select- ed by the cable operators since we have a great deal at stake." Pierre Juneau, CRTC chair- man, has said he would consid- er applications that called for importation by cable of an Am- erican station affiliated with two networks to increase view- ing choice. Numerous private cable op- erators have indicated in the past a desire to carry pro- grams from more than one American channel on the one cable channel allowed for U.S. VI, THI UTHUIDGI HUAID f Arena Delayed BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) Completion of an re- modelling of Buffalo's Me- morial Auditorium to meet ma- jor league basketball and hock- ey standards has been post- poned for about a year, it was announced today. Renovations would be completed by about Oct. instead of this fall. No reason was given for delay. commercial programming. Mr. Reierson said ACT is interested only In p r o v i d ing good TV signals on cable sys- tems. "I would like to remove any concern that the commission may have that the Alberta gov- ernment, through its crown agency ACT, desires to ,be li- censed as a broadcaster." 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