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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 52 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, September 13, 1973 DUNLOP FORD'S FOR 1973 Here's your opportunity to buy a great 1974 car at incredible savings as we slash all prices in our final clear out to make room for the soon to be announced 1974's STOCK NO. 939 BRAND NEW 1973 THUNDERBIRD FINAL SLASH Maroon with black vinyl roof, 460 V8, air conditioning and all the Thunderbird luxuries 8544 i-OVER 50 NO NO 553 PRICED TO DOOR HARDTOP 1973 DOOR HARDTOP 1973GALAXIE500 Demo V8, auto air equip Demo V8 auto.. PS. 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PHONE 328-8861 Sales Hours: Wide Open Daily 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sat. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Science council opposed to foreign takeovers OTTAWA In most cases, Canada should not permit for- eign takeovers of domestical- ly controlled computer com- panies, the Science Council recommends in a report on the computer industry releas- ed today In light of the tremendous and growing importance of computer technology to indus- trial countries such as Canada, most foreign take- overs of Canadian computer companies would not likely "be in the best long-term interests of the the Science Council explains. In Report No. 21, "Strategies of Development for the Canadian Computer In- dustry." the council also recommends that Canada give preferential support to Cana- dian companies specializing in making minicomputers or equipment required to hook computers into com- munications networks "In the long-term, Canada's best hope for developing an in- digenous computer hardware industry lies in the report says. The council believes com- puter technology, like the har- nassing of steam at the beginning of the industrial revolution, will have "far- reaching effects upon man, his economy and his society and that no one nation can leave" computer technology "entirely to others to develop The report calls for regula- tion of data transmitted into the US, for processing by large computer companies there and then retransmitted back to Canadian customers. Imposing of a tariff on such electronic transmission of computer data is one way to equalize the competitive bases of computer service bureaux operating in Canada and the U.S., serving Cana- dian customers. The report claims there are already cases of "dumping of excess computer capacity" by American companies on the Canadian market. The report also urges that computer service bureaux- companies that offer computer power as a package to be Canadian controlled The Science Council en- visages such computer ser- vice bureaux, with the use of modern computer com- munications links, becoming major computer utilities "for the operation of data banks to service the needs of many segments of our national life." Canadian control is needed to ensure that such developments best serve Canadians. The report also recommends that publicly- funded university computer facilities should not be allow- ed to compete unfairly with the private business sector and that the federal govern- ment should strongly favor contracting out computer ser- vices to industry. In a previous report, the Sci- ence Council recommended the tormation of a special TransCanada Computer Communications Network which would do for computers what the eastwest railway did for transportation in Canada Hin ire the ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ PART I 1-cholera; 2-c; 3-Egypt Libya; 4-Kurt Waldheim, 5-b PART II. 1-d; 2-a; 3-c; 4-e; 5-b PART III- 1-b; 2-e, 3-a, 4-c; 5-d PICTURE QUIZ- Leonard Woodcock DOES YOUR FURNACE LOOK LIKE THIS? MINISCULE LEAGUER Mark McGraw, 14 months old, takes a good belt before swinging that big bat at Shea Stadium's Family Day in New York He's son ot Met pitcher Tug McGraw. REPLACE IT WITH A NEW FURNACE From ALCON REFRIGERATION LTD. Carrier At the same time why not install an Air Conditioning System complete with Power Humidifier and Electronic Air Cleaner fc For further information and a free estimate call ALCON REFRIGERATION LTD. Furnaces, Sheet Metal and Heating, Air Conditioning 2214 43rd St. S. Phone 327-5816 IT'S CARNIVAL TIME at COLLEGE MALL The Merchants of College Mall are pleased to supp- ort the. LETHBRIDGE ASSOCIATION for the MENTALLY RETARDED. Thurs. and Fri. Sept. 13th 14th 10 A.M. to 9 P.M. Saturday Sept. 15th A.M. to 6 P.M. GAMES and PRIZES for EVERYONE All proceeds from the Carnival will go directly to the Lethbridge Association. Plan to bring the whole family to COLLEGE MALL this Thursday, Friday and Saturday and join in the fun. CANDY for the KIDS PALM READING CLOWNS ;