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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta g THE inHBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, 28, 1970 Private broadcast firms make money OTTAWA (CP) Privatcly- owned radio and' television sta- tions in Canada collectively recorded after-tax profits last year of Dominion Bureau of Statistics reported Thursday. That works out to an average after-tax take of for each of tha 329 radio and 67 TV sta- tions. COURSE FOR MIN AND WOMEN 1 If you aro between the _ Japes of 17 and 34, and have I grade twelve, (or 1 ill let U! help you repare fir an exciting new j career with the commercial I Train for Passenger Agent, Communicationist, Operations I Agent, Hostess, Station Agent, Ticket Agent, etc. Prellmin- j ary instruction need not in- Iterfere with present occupa- 8 lion. 1 Get full Information today. 1 No obligation. I I Fil! out coupon and mail this I ad toi I J Dept. A8-050, Mr. H. I. J Warren, 1 AIRLINES TRAINING I I DIVISION, Atlantic School, 2261 Como lake Avenue, ICotiuitlam, New Weslrninster, B.C. I Namu AMtm I City.................. I Provlncs Ags i Education Data for the statistical year ended Aug. 31, 1369, shows total net operating profit of mil- lion. Alter addition of a gain from broadcasting investments and assets of almost and subtraction of a net loss of million on non-broadcasting activity, the stations were left with pre-tax profit of about rriUion. Income taxes amounted to million. Total operating revenue of Ihe private stations was mil- lion. The 329 radio stations col- lected million and the 67 TV stations million. Total operating expenses of million were million for private radio and mil- lion for TV. The CBC, with operating ex- penses of about million for radio and TV compared with private broadcasting's mil- lion, made million from ad- vertising air time compared with million for private sta- tions. CBC air-time revenue was made up of about million for TV and million for radio, in contrast with private TV's million and private radio's Trillion from advertising revenue. In the CBC, a million gap between revenue and expenses was made up by depreciation of operations and parliamentary grants. TOE TROUBLE STAFFORD, England (CP) Chiropodist M. A, Abbott ad- vised parents that stretch nylon socks could cause permanent damage to their children's feet. The nylon's pressure forced toes to grow in the wrong position and could lead to permanent malformation, he contended. A report published by Stafford- shire's medical officer of health showed that almost chil- dren recewetl treataent for foot troubles last year. LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave, N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 52 Nos......... Game No. 1 and Game No, 10 50 11 Games Prize Money-----... 20 All GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAM BE DOUBLED ON A BlUE CARD WORTH Entry Card All Wood Cards Childrnt 16 Not Allowed Bingo will aha be ployed in ihe club roam for and their invited guestt Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities HLIGHTS SATURDAY SPORTS: National Hockey League, p.m., Cli. 7: De- troit Red Wings meet the Toronto Mapla Leafs. VARIETY: Glen Campbell Hour, J p.m., Ch. 13: Georgo Gobel, Alan Sues and Sonny James are the guests. VARIETY: Flip Wilson Show, 7 p.m., Cli. 9; The first lady'of song, Ella Fitzgerald, Bobby Darin and Charley Bride are Flip's guests in this comedy-musical hour. MOVIE: A Man Colled Gannon, s p.m., Ch. 9: A rootless cowlfand becomes involved in a range, war after signing on with a woman rancher. Stars Tony Franciosa, Michael Sarrazta, Jucli West and Susan Oliver. MOVIE: Bright Victory, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: A blind army sergeant struggles painfully to adjust to Me without sight. Arthur Kennedy is the star. MOVIE: The Flight of the Phoenix, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: Survival in the desert is the theme of this drama about a plane crash in North Africa. The all-star cast is headed by James Stewart and Richard Attenborough. DRAMA: Young Lawyers, 9 p.m., Ch. 11: An unusual twist develops as the state tries to remove a group of or- phans and runaways from a young minister's care. Parliamentary notebook MPs may get jolt over pay By DAVE McINTOSH OTTAWA (CP) MPs who have been expecting a recom- mendation for an increase in their in for keen disap- pointment, A special commission will submit its report soon to Privy Council President Allan Mac- a c h e n, government House leader. It is believed to recom- mend an increase, but of not nearly the size some MPs have been seeking. They get now and some would like to get or so. Prime Minister Trudemi has said he will not oppose a modest pay increase for MPs who, he says, are very Important peo- ple. __ Ed Broadbent, NDP MP for Oshawa-Whitby and a candidate for his parry's leadership, has been asking almost as many questions about tha status of women as the royal commission on the status of women. Recent information he has gleaned from the government: There are women in the Public Service Commission and men. Of the women, only two are classed as senior offi- cers. Of the men, 479 are senior officers. Tho government is not consi- dering the inclusion of the "value of the housewife and household domestic services" in computation of gross national product. There is not even an ihe government, that this value. Roland Godta, Creditfate SIP for Portneau, disclosed in the Commons that he was fined and his driver's licence sus- pended for three months for speeding in Ottawa. He complained that Gilles boost Marceau, Liberal MP for La- pointe, had also been caught for speeding but had been finec only Mr. Marceaa said the circum- stances were entirely different, Russ McKinley, Conservative MP for Huron, in Ontario, has bees trying to block the shift oi the armed forces radar schoo! at Clinton in his riding to Kings- ton." He says required new build- ings at Kingston will cost million. But Defence Minister 'Donald Macdonald says the net savings will be mJUion. With a straight face, Angus MacLean, Conseiyative defence spokesman, asked Finance Min- ister Edgar Bensra to warn Mr. Macdonald against "such waste- ful practices" as moving the Clinton school to Kingston. "I will make representa- Mr. Benson said with an equally straight face. Kingstoa is in Mr. Benson's riding. As the result o! the use ol computers, says Energy Minis- ter J. J. Greene, 145 more per- sons have been hired is hi3 jartment and none fired. He explains this seeming par- adox by saying the computers ara being used to carry out re- search studies which otherwise could not have been done. DANGER DRESS SOTTON Eng- land (CP) Forty office girls have been ordered to show a bit of leg for safety's sake, Engi- neering boss Tom Broadstock has barred them from wearing maxi skirls because of the dan- ger on the factory floor and in climbing stairs. He prefers his girls to wear minis or, at most, Love Affairs Arranged Between YOU and the CE1HJB2 ORGAN Yoy will fall jnsfanHy for the superb styling, magnificent :fully variable stops offering a mulMtude of ef- fects to fhe iwo keyboards. Ths delicata but mag- nificent electronics of this instrument makes it possible to offer a fiva year written ro- plocement guarantee the best In the industry. Compare at for equal versatility and In any other make) Cor. 3rd Avenua and 13lh Slreet Sovilh Phono 327-1056 COMEDY: Arnle, 10 p.m., Ch. 9: Arnle's patronizing, polo-playing boss starts a program of rigorous, on-the-job exercises for his executives. MOVIE: Gypsy, p.m., Cli. T: Based the memoirs of striptease queen Gypsy Rose Lee, starring Natalie Wood, Rosalind Russell and Karl Maiden. MOVIE: Fahrenheit 451, a-m., Ch. 13: Story about a futuristic society where all books ara forbidden. Oskar Werner anti Julie Christte star. SUNDAY SPORTS: National Football League, it B.JII., Ch. J: New York Giants, led by scrambling quarterback Fran Tarkenton, meet the Redskins in Washington. SPORTS: National Football League, 12 noon, Ch. Chicago Bears and the Baltimore Colts tangle la Baltimore. SPORTS: National Football League, 2 p.rn., Ch. Los Angeles Rams take on the 49ers in San Francisco in a game that experts feel will be one of tho best of the season. SPORTS: Grey Cap Final, 2 p.m., Ch. 4: If you missed Saturday's Canadian football final, you can watch the re- telecast. PUBAFFAIRS: University of Lethbridge. I p.m., Ch- 7: University president Dr. Sam Smith and vice-president Dr. Bill Bcckcl, along with information officer Mike Suth- erland, host, in 30-minute talk show. SPECIAL: Swing Out, Sweet Land, Cn. t: John Wayne's first television special is a journey through American history with music, comedy and more than two dozen guest stars. SPECIAL: Dr. Seuss Cartoon, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: How the Grinch Stole Christmas with the late Boris Karloff nar- rating this musical cartoon. Untamed World is pre-empted. MOVIE: The Carpetbaggers, 7 p.m., Ch. 11: A rerun based on Harold Rabbins' best-seller. George Peppard, Carroll Baker and Alan Ladd are the stars. SPECIAL: National Geographic, p.m., Ch. 13: A portrait of EtMopa, An African kingdom! lost in time. VAEIETY: Ed Sullivan Show, S p.m., Ch. 7: Singer- composer Dory Previn, Buck Owens, Jaon Rivers and Norm Crosby are among the guests. DRAMA: Corwin, 9 p.m., Ch, 7: Child beating is the subject of tonight's drama. DRAMA: Medical Centre, 9 p.m., Ch. 9: Modern medicine clashes witli black magic as efforts are mads to save a girl afflicted wth Arldison's disease. DRAMA: Marcus Welby, IS p.m., Ch. 13: Tonight's show dramatizes the plight of a deaf youngster whose con- dition has been neglected by an unenlightened mother and aggravated by bail-tempered father. MONDAY MOVIE: Rally Round the Flag Boys, 1 p.m. Ch. 7: A suburban community is chosen as the site of a top- secret project; Paul Newman sod wife Joanne Woodward star. MOVIE: Los Tarantos, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: A Spanish film to which a gypsy couple falls in love. General's lost child now rides in limousine BANGUI, Central African Republic (AP) Until last week, Martine, 17, sold ciga- rettes on the streets of Saigon and lived ill a shack f asMoued ironi flattened beer cans. Today, she is the daughter of a {resident and riding to limousine. The girl is the long-lost child o! Gen. Jean Bedel Bo- kassa, president of the Cen- tral African Hepubile. Twenty years ago he was a non-com- missioned officer in the French colonial axmy in Indo- china, When Bokassa was in the French garrison in Saigon, he became the father of a child by Nguyen Thi Hue. When Bo- kassa left Indochina be lost track of her. This year, the assistance of the South Vi- etnamese foreign ministry and the FrencH consulate, a search was begun. Marline was found and her mother had documents prov- ing she was Bokassa's child. Arrangements were made to bring Martme, who speaks only Vietnamese, to Bangui, the capital of this tad-locked country of 1.5 million. Her father, wlfan she could not remember, sobbed as he eirAraced her. Bokassa tiien introduced her to his other children and her stepmother, Lions Club of Lethbridge 14th Town Country CASH PLAY AT HOME NEWSPAPER BLACKOUT BINGO Here's How You Can Win! THE PRIZE- The firsl card wifh numbsrs covered (blackout) will receive tha grand of In tsio af more than one blackout tha winners may "play- off" or split the prize. Borsui prize whinarj will Iiavo tHeir cards refunded to them to eohtinua playing for the blackout bingo. CARDS ONLY EACH youir jW and win In eoih Hera ara tha Humbert la Dale: N-33, 1-26, G-57, N-36, 0-71, G-58, B-13, 1-17, N-40, B-7, 1-28, B-15, 0-67, 1-23, N-31. N-37, Q-65, G-54, B-3, 1-25, G-60, N-34, G-52, 1-22, G-56, i-19, [-27, N-A1, G-46, 0-62. B-9, N-35, O-72, B-I, G-55, B-IO, 0-70, N-4J. B-ll, B-2, O-69, 1-21, G-50, G-47, B-6, B-S 0-64, N-45, 1-24, 1-29, N-38, 0-68, N-32, G-S1, N-39, 1-20, 0-73, B-14. THIS WEEK'S NUMBER 0-75 Additional numbers, all numbers alraady callod wilt ba published every Saturday in tha Lejhbrldga Horold, THE BONUS PRIZES HAVE ALREADY BEEN WON WHEN YOU HAVE A WINNING CARD Phono 327-3953 Dnyi or 327-4801 offer 6 p.m. Immediately PROCEEDS TOWARDS UONS CENTENNIAL PARK, AND OTHER COMMUNITY PROJECTS MAJOR SLICE Contaitierizntion already lor more than 4fl per cent ol all cargo shipments. UNDER In tlio developing nations, nearly hatt tho population ara ttniler 15 years ot ago. tlotiom, i" tdwrfnte NwoM t.ilw.y SATURDAY NISHT Sporu News Indian Mioazint AcHon Hit Music Daryl Ferguson Doug Anderson SUNDAY News Rob Ingram News Christian Science CJOC News Rob Ingram Church Broadcast News Pete Snow News Funny You Should Say That Music Scent Report Continental Holiday Hour of Decision Voice of Prophecy Stinshiiie Evangel Sunday Magazine Hour MONDAY Elllotr News, Wthr, Sport News, Wthr, Sport Phona 'Bfll Show Wayne Barry Probe 1KB News, Wtfer, Sport News and Grain Prices 1-M Jack Thyi Matinee Bob Laog World at Six SATURDAY NIGHT Dinner Showcase Back to the Blbls Music interlude Worid Tomorrow CHEC-FM CHEC-FM News fifteen minutes to ihe hour. SATURDAY p.m. Tanner p.m, FranK Sherman SUNDAY Sigrt On and News Breakfast With CHEG Morning Melodies Luncheon Uafe Mid-Day Report Sunday Carousse! Dinner Showcast H- CHK Duchess Mennonite Dinner Showcase People's Gospel 05 LDS Choir Back to God Hour World Tomorrow Music Sign Off CHEC-FU News fifteen minutes to the SUNDAY Tfts oiher Side Powerilne Tanner Miko shano MONDAY Breakfast with Bruce Major Hews Farm Show Tola! InfcrsnatloR The Way i See If Stock Market Report Woman's World Jean Pauley Comments Way i Sea It Community Bulletin Board Call of the Land Major News Sporis WeaSher Caflie Prlcej Tempo Jean Pautay Stock Market Report Major News SATURDAY NIGHT Our Naiive Land Variety Your Two ButKS WorJh Melronoms PrBtley at Movies CBC siagi Anlhology What's New Music Psst night SUNDAY Morning Concert Children's Sloriei Bias Voice of tho Pioneer Prairie Gardiner Don Slmi _ Sunday Magszlna unijnAv Sunday Supplement MONUAT National Arts Eve Gainer Centra Orch. News CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Rev. Portman World at Eight Cammentory News and Weathsr Galloping Gourmet GerrusU Nathan Cohen Capita) Report Insfde from ths Guhida Celebrations The Entertainers Cross Country Check-Up Regional Weather T8A" Morning Concert fumy You ShoufsJ Consumors Say That Nations! Newi Sports Studio 71 Continental Holiday Symphony Hall Music Casting about with JohR Fisher Radio Noon Afternoon School Broadcast Matinee Personality Afternoon Concert Actuality News Tempo Max Ferguson Here It Is In Black and White! Early Bird Christmas Shoppers will save a bundle on these gifts for the home 19 INCH PORTABLE TV 3-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE ELECTROHOME 25" COLOR TV OPEN TILL 9 PM, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY N1GHTSI CONVENIENT TERMS -Imkimin- EASliY ARRANGED FURNITURE APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4lh Ave. 5tN St. S, Phone 328-2328 CJIH-TV Channel 7 (Cafalevislon Ch. 6} SATURDAY NIGHT NFL Chicago at Bugs Bunny Cc) Baltimore NHL Snarls Weefo (c) Detroit Bf Toronto News Country Time (c) Mission Irnpasslbhs Movie: Bright and ihs victory stars News (cS Country Calendar Provincial Music to See (c) 11.21 Teleproto 7 Reach for ihe Top World of DisiseV tc) Adventures in Rainbow Country Bill Cosby Movie. Gypsy SUNDAY ______ ___( Whfplssfc Show (c) Oz Ed Sullivan CalhedraJ of Sunday at Nine Tomorrow Corwio Faith for Today Weekender (c) Don't Turn Off Hews Peoplr Nation's Business Edinburgh festlvnf TeleprooB 7 CFCN-TV Lethbrltlge Channel 13 (Cableviston Ch. 4) WhUeslde Travel Movie: Guns, end MONDAY Mo'roing Newt fl-jo Mr. Dressup Sesame street (c) Alta, Scfiools Friendly Giant Cc) Chez: Our Town Lee Drew Children's Hour Movie: Rally Round the rlag, Boys 3-M TaKe Thirty Edge of Might Cc) Galioping Gourmet Drop In Hillbillies SATURDAY NIGHT Wild Kingdom Our Great Wdrtet fcOOMary Tyfcr Macr, SS'Sy Game Travei vrtlh DasHvs Question Period University Challenge (e) Movie-. Come Spy Ate (c) How the Gclnch. Stola Christmas Ethiopia; The Hidden Empirft Here's Lucy (c) __. (c) National News (c) Marcus Welby, Uncle Bobby (c) M.D., CO Oral Roberts News (c) Day of Discovery News (c) Rex HuiDbard (c) Oil Report Pendulum lliJS Raising Chinchillas Rural Report The Baron Cc) World Tomorrow McPherson Report News Oil Report (c5 Glen Campbell Tom Jones Cc) Mavis: Flight at the Phoenix News Mcvle: Farenfialf 451 (c) SUNDAY Thought for Day Thoisght for Day News (cj University of Air Wynne's Pad Miss HeSect Sand Box Let's Preienrf Parlons Wild Whir! of Fashion This WeeK ft) Pierre Berfon Cc) Peyfcn Place Beat the Clock: Lucy Show Buckshot Movie: Los1 Taranfos Jury Trials Another World Trouble with Tracy Dream cl Jeannia Wynne's Pad (c) Fllnfsfones (c) KRTV Greof Falls Channel 3 (Cablevhion Ch. 9) SATURDAY NIGHT Prs Gams Show Squares (c) News llitO FoolbaW New Jeopardy I Bel in Salufe Agriculture Hillbiiliea Miracles Today Show (c) News Faca the Nation Today 5n Monlana NBC NighfEy News Farm News Concentration (c) Green Acres Choir Family Affair News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevisfon Ch, 11) News (c) 1UCQ Aftoiher Warld Sommersef" (c) As fftc World Our Lives (c) The Doctors (cj Another World Bay Cilv SATURDAY NIGHT TBA Gams Lawrence Weik That Girl Hoe Haw Young Lawyin News Movio: Something Wild SUNDAY Foofbari Deover at Houston T8A Eiernai Light Movie Special Lovtt American Style fc) FBI. Movie: Carptfbacjgerj Happiness Way Andy Williams Smokey Bear em Jotinny Quest CaUanooga Calf Bullwlnkfo (cj Discovery (c) This Is the Lift Tho Heart Most Deadly MONDAY Hows Cgpt, Kantjareo Dinah's Placs (c) Jack Lntflnna fioasali cf Century Galloping Gourmot 10-.WS Audrey World Apart ''I My Children Mate a Deal 1J-.09 Newlvwcd Game News secret Storm