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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Tuesday, October 26, 197! Survey finds U.S. tax uneven Broadcast content WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- dent Nixon's surcharge on im- ports is not an acruss-the board ]0-per-ccnt levy and actually hits some United States trading partners much harder than oth- ers, a congressional study con- cludes. Tlu's is due mainly to the fact lhat it does not apply equally to all products. And an analysis by the staff of the ways and means committee of the House of Rep- resentatives says, for example, tJiat the additional duty applies lo only .3 of one per cent of imports from Venzucla, but to 82.2 per cent of those from West Germany. The study was prepared for committee chairman Wilbur D. Mills 0 v e r -a 11, additional duties apply lo only about 48 per cent of U.S. imports and about 12 per cent are estimated to be subject lo less than a 10-per-cent sur- charge. More than half the imports to which additional duty applies, the study says, come from five Japan, West Germany, Britain and Italy. The uneven impact of the sur- charge, the analysis indicates, involves a number of factors. The effect of Nixon's procla- mation, it says, was to suspend wholly or in part some of the tariff concessions negotiated under the reciprocal trade pro- E. A. "Ed" Brunnei Supervisor LETHBRIDGE Tel: 327-5514 Sound financial planning builds your estate today, conserves it for your family tomorrow. Call your nearest Manufacturers Life Representative MANUFACTURERS LIFE 10S-rt INSURANCE COMPANST grams stretching back lo lire 1930s. The tariff rates prevailing in 1930 have been restored on some billion worth of im- ports, the study estimates. However, in some Ihe suspension of the reciprocal trade tariff concessions did not amount to a full 10-pcr-cent ad- ditional levy. The principal items on which the increase is less than 10 per cent include automobiles, motorcycles, I ires, certain pipes and other iron or steel products, women's and children's footwear and dia- monds, the study says. Moreover, some imports were either specifically or automati- cally excluded from duty in- creases. Among those listed in this cat- egory in the analysis are: from Communist countries vhich had not enjoyed trade agreement concessions. imports on which the trade agreement rates and the old statutory rates were the same. r I i c 1 e s specifically ex- empted in the presidential pro- clamation, principally imports subject to quantitative limita- tion such as petroleum, cotton textiles, beef, sugar and certain agricultural products. The subsequent agreement with Japan and other Far East- ern producers of wool and man- made textiles also resulted in the lifting of additional duty from these. which normally enter free of duty. 100 Copies plus tax The analysts estimates that the new textile limitation agree- ments exempted from addi- tional duty, on the basis of 1970 imports, about billion worth of manmade textiles and SU5B million worth of woollen fabrics. rule works well Calgary drug experiments authorized OTTAWA (CP) Justice Minister John Turner says mar- ijuana experiments at the Uni- versity of Calgary are being conducted under the authority of the Narcotics Control Act, with licences issued by the fed- eral health department. He was replying in the Com- mons to Eldon Woolliams (PC North) who as he did last the i authorization for the experi-1 ments. j Mr. Woolliams said that if some students are being paid for experimenting with drugs, prosecutions should be sus- pended against persons charged with using the drug. Mr. Turner said no such sus- pension is planned. He said a licence was issued for research purposes at the University of Calgary on Sept. 21. He added that a licence to grow marijuana was issued to the central experimental farm here last May 19. OTTAWA (CP) Canadian content requirements for music on radio stations have worked out well, says Doug Trowell, president of the Central Canada Broadcasters Association. "I'm delighted with the way it is moving right he told a news conference here today. The two-day annual meeting of the association opened today and ends Tuesday. About 450 broadcasters from Ontario and Quebec are attending the meet- ing. The Canadian Radio-Televi- sion Commission ordered radio stations last year to have at least 30 per cent Canadian recordings in their music pro- grams. Mr. Trowell, also president of Toronto radio station CKEY, said broadcasters were initially concerned about assembling enough recorded music to meet the CRTC requirement. It had to be clone within a few months. .MAKE OWN RECORDS "We have managed to pro- duce music and it is quite he said. Broadcasters had been forced to produce their own music, much of it for adults who do not buy records in large quantities. His own company spent last year to produce Canadian 1269 Aye. S. Lethbridge FOREST RESEARCH VICTORIA (CP) The Bri- tish Columbia forest service will set up a chain of forest research sites throughout the province as part of a program to increase producti- vity, Ray Williston, provincial minister of lands and forests, announced here. Mighty Mouse creator dies NEW YORK (AP) Paul Terry of Harrison, N.Y., creator of the animated films known as Terry Tunes, died here in Mem- orial Hospital for Cancer and Allied Diseases. He was 84. Among Tent's best remember- ed film cartoons were Mighty Mouse and Aesop's Fables, records wliich provided only in record shop sales. But the music requirement has been good for Canadian art- ists who are being employed to put out these records, he said. Today's sessions of the annual meeting are closed. Corporate Affairs Minister Ron Basford will open Tues- day's public meetings by outlin- ing the recently-introduced com- petition bill. The bill is designed to promote efficient competition in the sale of goods and serv- ices. CRTC Chairman Pierre Ju- neau will be among several panel members discussing the future of broadcasting to 1980. Gold medal for movie BARCELONA, Spain (AP) The Canadian Film Syncrhomy directed by Norman McLaren, was awarded the gold medal of the 19th international short color film festival here. McLaren, a leading director of the National Film Board, is a native of Scotland but has been living in Montreal since the 1940s. The silver medal was shared by Italy's entry El Signer Rossi al Camping by Bruno Bozzetto and Cysor, of Yugoslavia, di- rected by Martin Pinteric. The bronze medal went to the US. entry Our Children, direct- ed by Mike Cuesta. The Canadian short, Images by Julius Kohanyi, received a special award. More than 40 films from 22 countries were entered for the eight-day festival which began hero Oct. 16. Enjoy Comfort, J Safety and Economy! SHOCK ABSORBERS GUARANTEED 2 TEARS or MILES NORTH LETHBRIDGE MO-TIRES Welcomes NICK PALAZZO to their mechanical staff! Mr. Brian Roelofs of North Lethbridge Mo-Tires, 305 13th St. N., is proud to announce that Nick Palazzo, formerly from Fort Macleod, has joined their mechanical staff. Nick brings with him more than 20 years experience in all phases of automotive repair. KICK PALAZZO Monroe quality shock by your driving pleasure: Maximum steering control and comfort on bumpy roads A cushioned ride at low speeds on city pavements Automatic adjustment for normal driving at highway speeds SAVE YOUR TIRES AND STEERING SYSTEM To celebrate Nick's appointment we at North Lethbridge Mo-Tires are offering these advertised specials: WHEEL ALIGNMENT Inspect front end, springs, shock absorbers and steering wheel assembly Alien wheels Inspect ami nnjiist caster, cnmbor nnd tne-in to FOR IROUBIHRS DRIVING... Drive in to North Lethbridge Mo-Tires Now! And let our expert mechanics tune- up your auto. We can have your car running smoothly in no time. TUNE-UP SPECIAL INCLUDES Check plugs, points, condenser, tim- ing, compression, charging systernj cheek and clean battery cables 6 CYL. ENGINE ____ 8 CYL. ENGINE 10 OVER MILES? FOR SAFETY'S SAKE DRIVElN FOR A COMPLETE BRAKE RELINE Wo will rcline nnd install homier! broke linings on nil '1 wheels Resurface all 4 brake drums J Check nnd inspect nil 4 wheel cylinders Flush and refill hydraulic Check master cylinder, brake hose, front benrinjfS nnd HP a Is Repack front wheel bcnrings NORTH LETHBRIDGE MO TIRES 305 13th STREET N., LETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-3181 ITV HIGHLIGHTS; TUESDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "Cat 6 p.m., Ch. 7. An amusing story of the Old West about vengeance turning a rancher's daughter into an outlaw leader. Stars Lee Marvin and Jane Fonda. DOCTOR DRAMA: Marcus Wcluy, MD, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. A character study of a neurosurgeon who is writing his own prescription for tragedy with amphetamines. COMEDY VARIETY: Carol Burnett Show, p.m., Ch. 7. Diahann Carroll and Tim Conway take part in a series of comic sketches. PROFILE: Telescope, p.m., Ch. 7. A profile of actor director Jean Gascon, a man who has succeeded in both English and French Canadian theatre. PROFILE: Tuesday Night, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. This is a self- portrait of author Morley Callaghan. ADVENTURE: The Persuaders, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. The story of a right-wing extremist who leads a plot to assassin- ate the Prime Minister. Filmed in London. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Guests Include Miss America 1972 and two of her predecessors; a Chicago TV personality; an author and comic Charlie Callas. WEDNESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A feud devel- ops between two men over a show horse named Jubilee. MOVIE ADVENTURE: 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A boy, a girl and a dog provide the conflict in this outdoor yarn. SPORT: Pro Hockey, 5 p.m., Ch. 13. The Vancouver Canucks and the Maple Leafs clash in Toronto. Trimbles -Plpgramt are listed by the radio and television stations. Any variation in program shedulet It due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the i Herald or Trimbles Tire Supply. CHEC News on the Hour, Weather on the half hour TUESDAY NIGHT Country Dtgesl John Oliver News, Sports Richard Gordon Richard Gordon News News Stocks 8 00 Barry Hegland Checline News, Sports WEDNESDAY Leo Dow Show News, Sports Jim Shearer Total information Bob Heskeih CJOC TUESDAY NIGHT World at Six Rob Ingram John Walker Doug Anderson WEDNESDAY CBC News Jim Elliot News, Weather and Sports Phono Bill Show Wayne Barry Probe 1220 News, Weather end Sports News and Grain Prices Jack Thys Parly Line Marines Rob Ingram World at Six CHEC FM ir News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour MON. THRU SAT. Bob Cencle Don Hedman Norm Gregory News Mike Murry McMaster CBR ir Radio 1010 Calgary News This Country IV03 Nalions JJij? News' WIhr Provincial Affairs WEDNESDAY Radio Noon News, Sports, Wthr Eye Opener 2-03 Schools From the Capitals World at 8 Max Ferguson Five Nights a Week Commentary Home Run Prairie Recital World at 9 World at Six TUESDAY NIGHT World at Six As It Happen! Tuesday Night Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 11th St. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL OVIR MILES? FOR SAFETY'S SAKE DRIVE IN FOR 1 BRAKE RELINE 24 monlhi or tnilei Reline and install bonded brake linings Check wheel cylinders Check master cylinder, brake hose, front bearings nnd seals Repack front wheel bearinai LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevisian Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT Truth or Consequences (c) Teleprobe 7 Movie: Cat Ballou (el Teleprobe Here Come n Brides (c) WEDNESDAY Rompei Mr. Dressup im Mary Tyler Moore Western Schools Carol Burnett Friendly Telescope (c) Chez Helene Tuesday Nitfl Sesame Street News (O News, Sports, Wthr Kiddies Show Our Town Movie: Sand {c) Galloping Gourmet Take 30 Edge of Night Psychiatrist Tommy Tompklns Truth or Consequences CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY TUESDAY NIGHT Fllntstones (c) Star Trek News Love American Style (c) Marucs Welby Eddie's Father Ian Tyson (c) The Persuaders News News (c) Directions David Frosf All About Faces Pierre Berton Thought for Day North MapH News (c) Bewikhcd University of Air Beat the Clock Yoga (c) Movie: Git Houbc of Frighten- Man Trap (c) stein (c) Another World (c) Uncle Bobby (cl Anything You Can Program Hi Lights Do Fashions in Sewing Dick Van Dyki Francais Buckshot (c) Ed Allen (c) NHL Vancouver In Conversation at Toronto KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIGHT News News Hawaii FIvc-O Ironside (c) Gunsmoka (c) TBA News Tonight Show WEDNESDAY Our World Agriculture News lc) lonay Show (c) The Doctors (e) Today tn Montana Another World Concentration Edge of Night Sale of the Century Corner Pylo (c) Hollywood Squares Merv Grilfin (c) Jeopardy (c) Hillbillies (c) Who, What, Where Family Attair NBC Nightly News lolon somerset Ncws lc) World Turns (c) News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT News (c) Mod Squad Movie: The Dea of Mo Yet Martui Wtlby 9; 00 News Campbell Dick Cavctt (c) WEDNESDAY Farm Newt News Nnwlyv.'ed Garni Kangaroo News Dinah's Plnce (c) Secret Storm Jack Lal.nnno Ono Life to Live ith Audrey (c) Our Lives Galloping Gourmet General Hospital Whore thn Heart Is Three on a Match News (c) Dflllnf) Gamo Search for That Girl (c) Tomorrow Bnwiuucd All My Children Password Makl Deat (c) Newt ;