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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta __________Wednesday, November 25, 1970 THE LEIHBRIDGE HtRAlD 28 CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-8442 NOV. 26-28 RIGHT GUARD DEODORANT 5-oz. Reg. 1.19 RALB, KA. 9 CUNNINGHAMS VITOGEN CHILDREN'S CHEWABLE IDO's JMain or with Iron Reg. 1.67 CUNNINGHAMS SOFTIQiUE BATH OIL BEADS Reg. 1.49 SALE, KA. CUNNINGHAMS TAMPAX TAMPONS Reg. 1.69 B SALE, EA. CUNNINGHAMS FOAMY SHAVE CREAM ll-or. Z Scents Reg. 1.19 SAIJJ, EA. .87 DECONGESTANT; 5 'W MR? BAYER DECONGESTANT CAPS ID'S Reg. 1.19 Sale. Ea- .77 COLGATE TOOTHPASTE Family Size Reg. 1.19 EA. .77 VO-5 HA1RSPRAY Reg. 2.57 SALE, KA. CUNNINGHAMS 1.67 DETTOL ANTISEPTIC Reg. 1.09 SALE, EA. .77 BROMO SELTZER ii'jimilj-Size Reg. 1.09 Personal Shopping Only Prescription Service Phone 328-8442 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Second French network OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian Radio-Television Commis- sion said Tuesday it is prepared to approve formation of a sec- ond French-language TV net- work, consisting of stations in Montreal, Chicoutimi and Quebec City. The CRTC described the net- work formation "as an impor- tant event" in Canadian broad- casting history. The new network would con- sist of CFTM in Montreal, CJPM Chicoutimi, and CFCM Quebec. The CBC operates the only existing French TV net- work. The commission said it cannot issue a network licence until Television de Quebec Ltd., li- censee of CFCM complies with government regulations limiting foreign ownership of broadcast- ing operations. Television de Quebec is 50- per-cent owned by Famous Players Canadian Corp., a U.S. firm. Government regulations require foreign firms to divest themselves of all but 20 per cent of their broadcast holdings be- fore nexl March. The deadline was extended earlier this year from Sept. 1 to allow non-Canadians more time to sell their interests. The CRTC announcement said: "The eventual approval of this application is hi accordance with the policies of the commis- sion, which encourages the availability of the greatest pos- sible choice of Canadian pro- grams for the benefit of the viewers. "The formation of a second television network implies an in- creased responsibility for the broadcasters concerned regard- ing the quality and diversity of programming. B.C. Indians I jwant to run j own affairs j VANCOUVER (CP) Brit-1 ish Columbia Indian chiefs con- cluded their second annual con-1 ferenee here determined to take over the administration of. their own affairs. They want more government money to dp it, tat they insist they should make the decisions that affect the development of .the province's Indians. Chiefs and other delegates representing B.C.'s 188 Indian bands left the conference en- couraged by the growth and progress made by the Union of B.C. Indian chiefs over the past year. They agreed to accept, in principle, a position paper re- jecting the federal government policy proposal to turn ova- In- dian affairs to the provincial governments, toss out the In- dian Act and wipe out Hie In- dian affairs department. They want a reformed act giving constitutional guarantees of their special rights including economic and other aid as well as aboriginal hunting and fish- ing rights. They say the end of the In- dian Act would mean the end of their special status as Canada's native citizens. The union plans to meet again in March, at which time claims for compensation for virtually all the land in the province will be discussed. Skagit Valley flooding issue flares VANCOUVER fCP) The. Skagit Valley in British Colum- bia cannot be flooded unless a plan to do so is passed by Wash- ington State's new department of ecology, the department's director told an audience Mon- day. Tile issue, which has brought loud protests from B.C. resi- dents, revolves around a Seattle Light and Power Corp. plan to increase the height of the Ross Dam in Washington State. This would result in flooding of the Skagit Valley, located near the B.C.-Washington border about 80 miles east of Vancouver. Director John Biggs told dele- gates attending a meeting of the Pacific Northwest section of the American Society of Range Management here that so far Saitlle Light has not applied to his department to increase the height of the dam. Mr. Biggs said his depart- ment, formed in July and the first such administration in th United Stales, fccls the Ross Dam issue m-cds a thorough public hearing and uill accept j briefs from Canada. I SIMPSONS-SEARS Saturday a E B ff I Ot a I Ui B In the Centre Mali Check and Compare-Simpsons-Sears 1 Every Day Low, Low Prices On TV Toys Phoney Baloney Flatsy Dolis La Quana Hot Wheels Set 9 98 Sizzlers the world's fastest electric cars by AAatlei come complete with juice machine, rediarger and 1 car. It's a real fun packed set. Bouncy Marvel Mustang Toddlers' really enjoy this bouncy little Horse that rides anywhere without batteries or motor. Ride bareback or with saddle. Spring activated toy is completely safe. 24" and Wallop Big Thumb Game An exciting competition game for little children. Wallop the big thumb before It steals oil the chips. Easy picture rules. 15 3 Battery Operated Snowmobile Reg. T Remote-control. Runs forward or reverse. Turns left or right with hand control pushbuttons. Metal-plastic con- struction. Rubber treads. Vinyl rides. 9" x Uses 1 "C" batteries (not Sold exclusively at Simpsons-Sears. No One Giggles Like Giggles Press her hands together and she cocks her head from side to side, rolls her eyes and giggles. Adorable doll has long rooted nylon hair, vinyl body and comes dressed in a bright mod knit dress. Exclusive Hide 'n' Seek Play hide 'n seek indoors. "It" closes hi? eves while YOU hids he rolls MIR dkr and comes searching if he finds you heal him "home." Ployed or, 3-dimensionat plastic Reg. SOS 3 ,99 Chatty Baby Talks If Up Pull her ring and she coos 10 different phrases. Chatty has rooted vinyl hotr and comes dressed in matching dress shoes and socks- 9 ,96 Toys Mini Mod Buggy Brutes d cars of steel ond plastic. 3'i" lon racing slick wheels. Collect 'mil STORE HOURS: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Daily. Closed Wednesday at 1 p.m. Shop Thursday and Friday Until 9 p.m. Centra Village Mini mod cars of steel ond plastic. 3Vj" long, higf Non-mat racing r-iick wht-cls. Collect 'eml Teleshop 328-6611 ;