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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, November 4, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID NEWS-HAWK This friendly little Blue Jay dropped in for dinner at Frank's Downtown News and funcheon- ette in Coxsackie, N.Y. recently and had a real time for him self. After spending an hour of eating and drinking-not to mention a quick look at the papers-own- er Frank Vermilyea took the bird home and turned him loose. VGG is weeding out elevators CALGARY (CP) The re-lernment research group moval of uneconomic elevators 1 the efficiency of Prairie from the country's ering system is inevitable, the suggestions of manager of country investigating grains group for United Grain Growers shape me form rationali- takes. This rationalization is put lo the govern- under way and has committee include con- further than most people of up to 100 large in- ise, J. F. Manls said in terminals to which farm- would bring their grain by The UGG has reduced The terminals would then number of managers to to ports by rail. from 725 in the last 2': UGG opposed such a sys- through closure, sale and because of the long hauls, solidation at rural resulting increases in cost, would be involved for The process is also under with other companies, he network of 100 terminals end will continue also require large infu- of external pressure" such of capital to construct and the recommendations of a require removal of a Universities by govt. OTTAWA (CP) the g 'i v e r n m e n t has have entered a period of restricting grants "lo constraints on costs, extent that probably by next Dunton, president of the if not this year, there will ciation of Universities and an actual drop in real terms leges of Canada, said conslant dollarsTin resources Speaking at the per student." annual meeting, Mr. about the inefficient said this means universities extravagant ways of univer- have to intensify their efforts have been coming from make better use of members, politi- This would probably and "self-appointed ex- changing class sizes, of various kinds." some teaching loads and c h a r g e s of menting with new media tend to get much attention in the media the actual savings do explanations and good dollars from all such efforts not be great, without university costs in Can- real opportunities for rose sharply "in the 1960s for he reasons, including the Mr. Dunlon, president of baby boom and higher leton University in Ottawa, of a rapidly ad- that in th? las't 10 years society and economy. dian universities have the 1970s, the importance of praiseworthy levels of of these factors diminished ness and efficiency. 1 Parliament's smiling 'gets his signals OTTAWA (CP) For Commons Wednesday was Stfve Paproski, grand event. smiling giant, the visit rotund Conservative Marshal Tito of Yugoslavia from Edmonton was in the midst of asking a lengthy question on Crossfield the government intended to do a better job of Christmas presents gels 7 thieves this year when P Tito departed from the CALGARY (CP) gallery above after Murray Walsh, 29, of short vi.sit. field, was sentenced to was heavy applause government benches years imprisonment on the. visiting leader rose charge of manslaughter, leave. duced from non-capital Paproski, having just the essence of the Christ- Mr. Justice Noil question, appar- raid in Alberta Supreme Ihought at first that the there was insufficient was for him. to show Walsh intended broadly, he waved cause the death of Art h u dignity to his Commons G forge Diggins of and finally, over- Mountain House lo uphold flashed peace signs to murder nil. Diggins' body was Paproski had a package May (1 at Crossfield, just from the mail last of vast number of country eleva- than 800 for UGG alone. In the last few years, the UGG lias assessed 400 commun- ities as important grain mark- eting points and takes deliver- ies at 90 per cent of them. An evolutionary process that brings the gathering system to concentrate on these 4CO points would disrupt the farming com- munity less than the total "wipeout and replacement" need for the terminal network, he said. A decision should be made as soon as possible. About half the country clevr.- tors now in operation are '10 years old and arc nearing the "end of their expected usefulness without major renovations and maintenance. But companies arc reluctant to make large expenditures without knowing what to expect in the future. Any rationalization of the ele- vator system is connected with abandonment of uneconomic rail lines. However, few lines have been abandoned in the last two or three years, he said, and this further increases difficulties the grain companies have in decid- ing which points should be reno- vated. Although some elevators now in use are obsolete, and those being constructed now will like- ly grow obsolete before they are in physical disrepair, the elevator system can handle more grain than railways can ship. All company elevators can handle about two billion bush a he said, but the rail- ways have a maximum moving capacity of 800 million bushels. Newspaper gag laws draw BRIDGETOWN, old established member of the an editorial that many lead- t Renter) Proposed West Indian, hy rliriding said it saw this action still do no! know how to live ment legislation affecting over its under effort to stifle a free the criticisms entailed hy latt'i'S in several SI. Vincent, responsibility. vealth Caribbean countries over a proposed hill conclusion was not opti- evoked sharp criticism Kric Gairy bar public servants "For our part we antici- ears in many quarters for the government wanted or managing any that it is going to get a lot future of press to assist its own magazine or A number of official work. The from being interviewed for the press in the have put forward measures will continue under question (if public before we all understand ccting the content and as a non-political Barbados Advocale ions under which papers operate, declaring that moves are in the public interest. But including Opposi-t on politicians and businessmen as well as have to U.S. scribed the proposals as gags (CP) There exports to other billion last year. Jie freedom of expression or at-.empts lo establish ruling-party monopolies of the medium. Two press bilk before the pronounced shift to more exports to the United Slates and more worldwide exports of in September. Exports to all countries rose to SI. 41) billion from billion in August. Trade officials warn of Canadian end products were sharply higher as a percentage of total Canadian experts in September this year, tigua Parliament have been finished goods in comparison to almost 40 per cent of orously attacked by the the first full month figures can be total compared with about Jiree newspapers. One bill requires anyone starting a newspaper to obtain a jublishing licence from the cab-net and pay an annual fee of Newspapers already in existence are automatically Nixoii 's nfw 10-percent extra duty on U.S. imparts. Statistics Canada released revised September export figures Wednesday, showing that exports to the U.S. rose to of changing seasons which affect supplies, shipping, end shifting demands for Canadian exports. But seasonally-adjusled figures released at mid-October showed substantially the in August. For the first nine months of 1971, the proportion of crude materials in the total export figure was lower, while fabricated materials and end products both showed small increases. censed. REQUIRES in September from million in August. The U.S. higher exports to the U.S1. and a reduction in sales lo government has warned that the impact of the U.S. sur- The other requires each newspaper to deposit with the ?overnment as a surety to was imposed Aug. 15, mainly against foreign mam-facturcd goods going into countries. SHOW EXPORTS mil become heavier as the months go by and could become serious late this winter if any damages for libel awarded acainst it by the Tills increase was more latest compilation of export figures for the first are not lifted soon. to offset a decline of 1971, unadjusted The Antigua Star, trends, showed sales DENTURE usually supports the ruling Prp-iressive Labor movement, said "hat if the measures lobby U.S. running to S8.9 billion compared with 2 billion in the same period last EDDY DIETRICH aw the local press would be to all countries for Dental Mechanic grave danger of extinction. Another storm has blown this year amounted to billion, compared Furniture Bldg. mm PHONE in St. Kitts, where Parliament is considering a bill (CP) undesirable publications who want the right LIQUOR LICENSING ACT (PART lated to harm national denture services This aims to establish a to tlie public instead 90 tory body ensuring high standards of journalistic dentists will form the Denturist Society of Canada of Hearing of Liquor ronesty and integrity, their stand, a ney-General Lee Moore said, said following notice is published in accordance a note to the Columbia, Alberta provisions of The Liquor Licensing The measure would have given The area comprising VILLAGE OF CHAMPION has material that insulted the legal recognition, but. above ernment or its ministers, seven provinces The seventh day of December 1971, has been set dewned prejudicial to the date UDon which the Board will consider tation or defence of the Smith, a public licences under the above Act, unless prior to that considered scurrilous, represent a t i v e for Board has received a petition signed by 500 tious or blasphemous, or Society cf the above described loca option area of 10 per so distorted information as to the national society the number of persons named on the latest lists ikely to deceive people on first in Montreal in for an election of a member or members ters of public and plans to pool Legislative Assembly from the area comprising In Grenada, the of provincial option area, whichever is the lesser number, has defeated an attempt by a local business group to to lobby provincial a vote of the electors o the local option orec at Edmonton, this twentieth day of October, 1971. A. D. VjAV 1 A13ERTA UQUOR CONTROL BOBSLEDDING WITHOUT HILLS. How can you bobsled out a bobsled run? By using skale wheels and an Petliions requesting a plebiscite vote must be on port runway. Read how Canada's bobsled team petition forms which may be obtained imagination and daring to iroin for the Olympics Alberta Liquor Control Board, 12360-142 won by an upset in together with instruction! for the IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND of a Now Panasonic has simplified the art of color TV tuning. With two simple systems. The first is Panasonic's Automatic Fine Tuning The most reliable known method ot tuning color TV reception. One touch of the "Panalock" button and the best possible picture is locked In. Instantly! On all channels. Which is very nice. Even nicer is the second system. Panasonic's revolu- tionary new "Self-Set Color" Touch a button or slide a lever and get beautiful pre-set color and tint. Right on, right away. So no more annoying color or tint adjustments. Complete that picture with our ultra brighf'Pana-Color" picture tube. It delivers remarkable brilliance and clarity, because we make it with remarkable rare earth phosphors. Compare Panasonic color TV's with any other set on the market. Then make your own decision. Oneir color TV logo... with the works The "Del Mar" 17" portable has all the major features of our larger sets in a distinctively contemporary design that fits practically anywhere. Panalock and Sell-Set Color automatic tuning, ultra-bright Pana-Color picture tube. Speed-0-Vision instant-on, set and forget tuning, slide-lever controls, VHP and UHF antennas, and 50 solid state devices. Beautitu! rosewood grain cabinet. CT-603C st good color TV's have an automatic Cunini> system We have two. Our unique 20" portable on our unique swivel base. The "Franklin" is our exciting new Swivel-Vision color set that turns to face you wherever you sit. This deluxe 20" model features both Panalock and Sell-Set Color push- button automatic tuning, our new ultra-iectangular picture tube that shows you exactly what the TV camera in the studio sees, Speed-0-Vision so you don't have to wait, Set-and-Forget tuning, slide-lever controls for finger-tip adjusting. Over 50 solid state devices tor superb reliability Handsome walnut grain cabinet with black and chrome trim.CT-394C An elegant way to add 22" of color to your living room. The our magnificent 22" consolette model that makes viewing a pleasure even from a distance. It has the lull line-up of Panasonic color TV features. Like Panalock and Self-Set Color tuning, ultra-bright Pana-Color picture tube, Speed-0-Vision instant-on, slide-lever controls, VHP and UHF antennas, and earphone and recording jacks so you can listen in private and record your favourite shows. Even the luxurious walnut cabinet comes with its own matching removable base.CT-220DC Panasonic just slightly ahead of our time SIDORSKY S FURNITURE LTD. 542 13th STREET NORTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 328-1151 ;