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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta tnostcy. Scptc.-rbsr 11, TI.'C -..s.rt E HERAL5--5 Up the wall Ontario Provincial Police Constable John Foley sends his dog Yoco up a high wall in a demonstration of the dog's abilities. Yoco was the first dog to impress officers with his ability to sniff hidden drugs, from marijuana to heroin. Corporate farms opposed REGINA (CP) Corporate farms worked by squads of farm workers are not good for Saskatchewan, Premier Allan Blakeney said yesterday. "We believe that the family farm should.be Mr. Blakeney said in remarks prepared for a high school audience. Cable TV network opposed VANCOUVER (CP) An organization representing 200 Canadian cable television companies Tuesday condemn- ed a proposal that the British Columbia government set up a province wide cable TV network. The proposal was contained in a July report by Barrie 'Clark, a former Liberal MLA and now B.C. rentalsman. In a news conference Tuesday, Steve McDonald, western vice chairman of the Canadian Cable Television Association, said B.C. should not get involved in the Clark plan because cable TV regula- tion is a federal responsibility. He said the provincial network would clash with the authority of the Canadian Radio and Television Com- mission. Mr. McDonald said that association members, 50 of whom are from B.C., want the CRTC despite difficulties with past rulings by the federal agency. He rejected the report's contention that a government subsidized network would en- sure service to isolated com- munities. Don Shiel, of the Lower Mainland Cablevision Operators Association, said commercial operators have plans for a province-wide network. The Clark report recommended that the government acquire a microwave transmission network to send TV, voice and computer data signals all over B.C. Transport and Com- munications Minister Robert Strachan has stressed the report is not necessarily government policy. AVOID ADDITIVES Pumpkin pie spice is a mix- ture of cinnamon, ginger, alls- pice and nutmeg and should contain no artificial color or flavoring. Inflation high on premier! TORONTO (CP) -Inflation and the country's economy will be major topics when the 15th annual premiers' conference gets down to business today. Nine of the 10 provincial premiers are expected to at- tend the two-day session. Nova Scotia's Gerald Regan has a prior commitment to at- tend another conference. The premiers will attend a reception tonight and then go behind closed doors Thursday and Friday for sessions on the state of the economy, interprovincia] co-operation for economic development and federal activities in direct employment programs. Federal representatives will be on hand but Prime Minister Trudeau will not attend. In a statement last month, Ontario's William Davis, host premier, said the conferences "remind each premier of the key role that geography, history and culture play in the economic development of this country. "They also remind us that the concept of Confederation, thus far, has not as well as it could have, or can be made it has Mr. Davis said. in a class by it self Bernina and only Bernina gives this superb combination of a free arm and flatbed machine. converts quickly and easily to give you a large, sturdy work area or a slim, close-to-the-edge surface for sewing in the corners and curves leaves both hands free to guide fabric through every pre- cision turn fam features one-motion threading, automatic tension control and rigid needlebar for perfect stitching 5fts exclusive fabric sensor adjusts itself to any fabric from leather to finest silk and hard-to-sew knits and stretchies. Perfect stitch won't pucker or snap makes perfect buttonholes, automatically, without you having to turn the fabric All this plus ihe greatest choice of stitches every one with a hand finished look'. Vari-ovcrhck, taihr-tack. basting, fringe and blindstitch. stretch stitch and embroidery BERNINA guaranteed for life! Wide choice of cabinets 830 SEE THE BEAUTIFUL BERNINA AT: APPLIANCE TV CENTRE 8124thAVE. S. PHONE 328-1673 OR 328-1332 Directly across from Enerson'i CALL FOR FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION McGUIRE' MEN'S WEAR DOWNTOWN ON 5th STREET SOUTH Sale Starts Thursday, September 12th a.m. SPORTS CO-ORDINATES A ffiWMtsction of Sport Costs with Co-ordhtsting stocks. Reg. SPORT COATS Reg. TIES ALL ALTERATIONS EXTRA! CASUAL JACKETS Price MEN'S SLACKS A top.notch selection GROUP 1: ViiHtto27.50 GROUP 2: an M5 S20 l90k at these Values Brm Skirts Sport Shim Long or Short Stem CtttN Ksit SkirU rtrin) Vuto PRICE MEN'S SWEATERS A fantastic selection pullovers and cardigans i to OFF SUITS From our quality stock by Canada's leading clothing manufacturers. Rife CtttS PRICE CASUAL SUCKS alterations) Reg. 19.95 JU! Sates Cash and CHARGKX Speeds! ;