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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thu.idoy, November 11, 1971 THI LETHBRIDGE HERAID 13 Govt. aid for CTV networl OTTAWA (CIJ) Tlic idea of government financial nssistiincc.1 for private television is getting a sympathetic; hearing in some Ottawa quarters. Pierre Junejiu. chairman of the Canadian Radio-Television Commission, hinted in an inter- view it is a factor which should he considered in tiie fu- ture of private television. But he said Ihis is a matter which lies with the government and Parliament and not the CRTC. John Reid, chairman of the Commons broadcasting commit- tee, said in an early October in- terview that if the government believes a pr-vate television net- work is important to Canada, it will probably provide financial aid to the CTV television net- work within five years. Commenting on Mr. field's statement, CTV president Mur- ray Chercover said the principle of public assistance is valid but lie would prefer an indirect method. The discussion revolves j around the financial health of; private television in Canada. j The threat posed to Canadian television by U.S. border sta- tions carried on cable television systems is of continuing CRTC concern. The commission has said Ca- nadian advertising r e ve n u e flows to these U.S. television stations as they attract Cana- dian viewers through cable TV. This affects Ihe revenue position of Ihe Canadian slations. Mr. Chercover also has said lhat CTV is financially hard- pressed to meet such CRTC re- quirements as increased Cana- dian content in programming and extension of service to new regions of Canada. While CTV slations as a group are understood to be making money, some of the smaller net- work affiliates rely on support from the larger stations to carry on. Mr. Chercover has suggested the governmenl could provide microwave transmission facili- ties to carry television pro- grams across the country. This would relieve the networks of a large expense. Other observers say that the government has created an elaborate system of incentives and export support in order to encourage development in cer- tain industries like oil and min- ing. The same could be done with broadcasting. Russian military cargo steaming toward India THERE'S A CITY OVER THERE! On an ordinary day, this view of Manhat- tan Island from Brooklyn might resemble a hazy impressionistic water-color, but Asso- ciated Press photographer Ray Stubblebine caught this shot at dusk Tuesday during one of New York's infrequent spells of crystal clear air. The star effect an the Brooklyn Bridge is produced with the help of a special filter. damages awar dcd ''Dying is beautiful' girls set each other on fire PEACE RIVER (CPI Damages totalling more than StfO.OOO have been awarded in Alberta Supreme Court fol- lowing a three-vehicle accident in 1970, which resulted in the death of Siephen Yanishewski. Tosliinony before Chief Jus- tice .1. V. If. Milvain indicated lhat a car driven by Mr. Yan- ishewski collided with the rear of an improperly lighted hay rack, driven by Solomon Par- entcau, an employee of .1 a k c Meyers, a Benvin district er. Mr. Yanishewski's vehicle was then struck by another ve-j hide driven by John llokanson j of Peace River. j Mr. Justice Milvain ruled i thai Ihe major cause of the accident was lack of lighting on the hay rack and assessed BO per cent of the resoonsibiiity 10 Mr. Meyers. Mr. Yanishewski j 1 was assessed with 20 per cent of the responsibility. Mrs, Y a n i s h c w ski was awarded while a pas- scnger in the Yanishewski ve- hicle, Elsie Gitchern. received SI Mr. Ilukanson and his pas- senger received settlements to- talling more than KEEN I A robin can hear an earth- worm moving. 1 WASHINGTON fAPi More than tons of Soviet mill- j tary equipment, including air- I craft, should arrve in India by sea tills month, United States intelligence sources said Wednesday. Three Soviet merchant ships left the Black Sea last week en route to India with military cargo, the sources said. One ship had eight aircraft crates lashed to its deck. De- tails of the rest of the cargo j were not known, although intel- ligence sources described it as military in nature. The Indian Air Force already has an estimated 12 squadrons of Soviet-built MiG-2l fighters and SU-7 lighter-bombers, along with other Russian-furnished army, navy and air equipment An Indian air squadron consists of 20 to 24 planes. Meanwhile, U.S. sources re- port that the last of 10 Soviet Cub transport planes landed al New Delhi Nov. 3. I They were believed to be bring-; ing spare parts for military i gear previously supplied by the Russians. SIGNED A TREATY The new arms shipments from the Soviet Union were said to result from recent visits to India by high-ranking Russian diplomatic and military offi- cials, after the signing in Au- gust of a Soviet-Indian treaty of friendship and co-operation. These developments, coupled helping the Pakistanis crush in- with recent moves by Pakistan surRonls in Kast Pakistan, and closer to China, serve to under- to improve India-U.S. relations, score how the two rival Com- munist superpowers are back- ing opposite forces in the India- Pakistan dispute. A Pakistani government group was reported in China in recent days, and a Pakistani ship was said earlier by U.S. intelligence lo be bound for China lo take (in a cargo of 'Crown land KDMONTON "'P) Tim Al- eria Fish and (lame AsMieia- (ion said today immediate iep- artillerv, ammunition and other military material. The Nixon administration has cut off U.S. arms sales to Paki- Stan in an apparent move In islation is necessary to protect quiet critics who accused it ol the public interest in the long- ----------------------------------------term use of crown lands. Tom O'Kecfe, association lands should be undertaken lo ell SlOllJivjllc i provide a basis for utilization, preservation and restoration. Out. The association said n new Damage was estimated at Mineral Mining Act should be "close to by a fire dc- created with regulations lo en- partment spokesman here in a sure minimal environmental blaze which destroyed a 72- damage and a timber harvest- vear-okl business block in this ing operation developed that village 25 miles northeast of To- ensures waters h e d protection, r0nio prevention of soil erosion, rec- Twelve residents were res- reation and surface restora- cued from apartments above lion; and wildlife protection, the stores in the fire which Mr. O'Kecfe said the as-ocia- voluntcer fire chief Waiter lion objects to s general rec- Smith said he believed was reation land-use fee and no one caused by plastic toys ignited should be precluded from the by a heater. No one was in- use of non-commercial land by .hired. such a fee. ANN AjiBrm. Mich. (API Two young v-'omen were in criti- cal condition today after setting themselves on fire because, as one told police, "dying is beauti- ful." Police Chief Walter Krasny said Anita Louise MacQueen and Raille Wainstein, bolh 20, apparently wrapped themselves in paper, sat crosslegged on a I kitchen floor and set each other afire. CHARACTER WITNEvSS DURANGO, Colo. (AP) When a Durango man was charged with killing a bear, two wilnesses appeared to testify as to the bear's "good character." The judge, however, dismissed the charge. THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL from our T DEPI Woolco's volume buying has made it possible for us to bring you these ex- ceptional prices and real carpet savings BY OZITE 100% polypioplenc fibre with foam rubber back- ing. Tough and durable, easy to care for. Choose from Olive, Copper, Forest Green, Golden Sea- spray and Red. Available in 6 and 12 ft. rolls. sq. yd. Open Monday, Tuesday ond Wednesday 9 o.m. lo 6 p.m. Thursday one! 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