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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBP.IDGE HERALD Thursday, October 29, 1970 Bright Bealen In Tory Race EDMONTON (CP) Lcs Young, an economist with the Alberta School Trustees' As- sociation, won the Progressive Conservative nomination for Jasper Place in the next pro- vincial general election. Mr. Young defeated Johnny Bright, a high school principal and former Edmonton Eskimo football star. Jack Horan now holds the riding for the Social Credit party. "Patty" Suggests Try Our Special Fri. and Sat. 2 CHICKEN Ofl SNACK PACKS HANNIGAN'S 1413 Mayor Magroth Dr. Ph. 328-4038 Something For-Nothing Pitch Comes Under Fire TORONTO (CP) The gen- eral manager of the Vancouver Better Business Bureau says a ban on financial rewards of- fered for recruiting investors into pyramid sales programs would eliminate undesirable as- pects of such schemes. Vincent Forbes made the suggestion to the Ontario gov- ernment committee on fran- chises, which ended hearings here oh pyramid and referral selling. In pyramid selling, a com- pany sets up a network of often inexperienced distributors who buy large amounts of merchan- dise in hopes of re-selling it to ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION Cabaret Costume Party MEMORIAL HALL FRIDAY, OCT. 30lh p.m. MUSIC BY THOSE SUPREME MUSIC MASTERS "THE CAMEOS" M.C., that versatile and personable gentleman, JIM ELLIOTT We would prefer that you come in cos- tume, however if you can't, corns anyway. TAB. PiR PERSON TICKETS CAN BE PURCHASED FROM THE LEGION OFFICE There will be costume prizes, dancing and lots of fun. Refresrimenti available. There are only a limited number of ets available, so get yours 'early and save disappointment. the public. They are such awards for enlisting distributors. Mr. Forbes, also vice-pres dent of the Canadian Associ tion of Better Business Bureau said elimination of such cas awards would stop the abuses pyramid selling and force d: tributors "to go out and sell th product" instead of merely it cruiting more distributors. He also recommended th pyramid schemes be required disclose exact figures on 11 value of merchandise their dis tributprs have sold to custom ers, David Ongley, corporate sec retary of Filter Queen Corp. Toronto, also testified before tl committee. His company ha been criticized at the hearing for the sales methods it uses induce people to buy vacuu cleaners priced at S270 or mor BUYERS UNHAPPY Mr. Ongley's company ha been criticized Monday by bu ers for its system of referr selling, a method in which cu tomers provide salesmen wi names of other prospective cu, tomers. Four of Mr. Ongley's custom ers told the committee Monda they had been led to belie1 they would get cleaners at litt or no cost by supplying name of people who would agree, demonstrations of the machine William Neilson, counsel an research director for the coir mittee, said there seems to be temptation for salesmen in r, ferral schemes to. tell the cus tomer he won't have to pay fo the goods. Mr. Ongley said, however, hi salesmen are forbidden to use let me now your old diamonds new tricks. Diamonds are everlasting. But settings are riot. Styles and fashions change. At Mackenzie's, we specialize in dia- monds into fashionable new settings and have over 200 modern styles to choose from. So if you have an old diamond ring, necklace; brooch or stick pin that's gone out of style, you can bring it back to life by visiting our diamond specialist today! JOEMOWBRAY-Manog.r Jswtll.r From AFFILIATED WITH AAAPPIN'S LIMITED DIAMOND MERCHANTS JEWELLERS REGINA MOOSE JAW CALGARY LETHBRIDGE INLETHBRIDGE: 613-4thAve.S. Telephone328-4214 "something-for-nothing" pitch. lie said his company has se- vered ties with two Toronto dis- tributors involved in complaints raised Monday. Mr. Forbes he suspects Filter Queen of trying to get around a recent British Colum- bia law outlawing referral-re- ward schemes that are tied to purchases. "I have reason to believe in spite of the expostulations of this company that the referral pitch is made before the con- tract is he said. High-Grade Wheat May Move-Olson MEDICINE HAT (CP) The sale of million worth of wheat to the People's Republic of China is an indication Canada will be able to sell some of its high-grade wheat that has not been moving on the market, Ag- riculture Minister H. A. (Bud) Olson said here. Mr. Olson said in an inter- view, the agreement, announced earlier in the day, included more high-grade wheat than previous sales. "We will be ablt to rapidly escalate movement of some of the higher grades and I'm very pleased to see that China has been persuaded to buy some of these grades. "We've got lots of wheat. In fact, perhaps 600 to 700 million bushels in store at the end of this crop year. "We're not going to run out of wheat but we have to be careful not to commit our sales to have our wheat in export position on dates where we are physically unable to deliver it. "That's terribly important be- cause if our customers are going to have confidence in us we've got to be able to make sure the wheat is going to be there to load their ships on the date that they have specified." The sale to China involved 58 million bushels, including rades 2, 3 and 4. Symposium On Pollution Under Way BANFF, Alta. (CP) An inter governmental symposi- um to develop approaches to wllution control and abatement is under way at the Banff School' of Fine Arts. The workshop, a series of in- 'ormal discussion groups, in volves resource personnel from the 10 provinces and is spon sored by the Canadian Counci of Resources Ministers. Objectives of the symposium include development of common approaches to control qualitj of air, water and land; formu ation of uniform objectives fo .he environment; and develop- ment of recommendations re- ;arding desirable levels neatment and waste manage- ment in relation to regiona Special Rate ?or Students OTTAWA (CP) The Na- :onal Arts Centre Orchestra is ffering students a chance to at- end five preview concerts this eason at a subscription rate of Open to all students, teachers ceompanying groups of 10 or tore students and anyone over i years, the previews will be eld the nights of Nov. 18, Dec. Feb. 3, March 17 and April Soloists at the concerts will iclude violinist Sergiu Luca; anadian pianist Diedre Irons; AC orchestra eoiiuuctor Mario ernardi, an accomplished pi- nist; and Walter for- er conductor of the Toronto ymphony and a pianist. KRIEGHOFF ATIT SOU) TORONTO (CP) Two paint- gs Cornelius J. Krieghoff, ic 19th century Canadian rcal- t, went for to a private ollector at Sotheby's auction, irce other paintings attribut- 1 to Krieghoff sold for CHARGE DROPPED The United States Army an- nounced at Ft. Bragg, N.C. that murder charges against Green Bcrct Capt. Jeffrey MacDonald in the slaying of his wife and two small daughters had been dropped. Expansion Announced SARNIA, Ont. Impe rial Oil Ltd. announced today i will expand its lubricating plan here at a cost of million. Major work on the projec will begin next spring, witt completion scheduled for June 1872. The company said the expan sion is being undertaken "be- cause of the growing demant for lubricants which has out stripped Canadian manufactiir ing capabilities, leading to sub stantial imports." When expansion is completed the plant will have a capacity o two million barrels a 50-per-cent increase. :The plant manufactures lubri eating oils for automotive am industrial use. ROXANA DATE GRAIN LEATHER Pair 519 Feel free to be mature, satisfy your more sophisticated taste wilh Air Step's soft dress shoe. With well-shaped heel SYLBERT'S SHOES 505 4lh Ave. S. Phone 327-3784 OPEN THUR5. 'TIL 9 P.M. (TV HIGHLIGHTS; THUBSDAY DRAMA: Medlcri Center, p.m., Ch. 13: Bradford Dillman plays a methodical police inspector whose murder suspect is a doctor. DRAMA: The Interns, 8 p.m., Ch. 7: A construction worker is dying of kidney failure because he can't afford a life-saving dialysis machine. With Pete Duel. MOVIE: The Cincinnati Kid, 9 p.m., Ch. 3: A young stud-poker player challenges the experience of the acknowledged champion. Stars Steve McQueen. PUB AFFAIRS: Geopolitics, p.m., Ch. .7: Here Come the 70s looks at the world map of the future. With British historian Arnold Toynbee. MOVIE: Call Me Misleiv p.m., Ch. 13: A song- and-dance man joins the army after his marriage breaks up. Stars Betty Grable and Dan Dailey. MOVIE: The Spiral Staircase, p.m., Ch. 7: Dorothy Malone appears in a 1946 mystery about a mys- terious killer who murders a physically-disabled girl. FRIDAY MOVIE; Fancy Pants, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: A mother and daughter return to the west with their English valet- actually an unemployed actor. Stars Bob Hope and Lucilla Ball. Nttri by radii end ilBl varitrtttH in program tdtedulM due mlnutt by itcifitni and h THURSDAY NIGHT World at 6 Paul TivilJar Market Report News Rob Ingram THURSDAY NIGHT The Way I See It Dinner Showcase Bark to the Bible Voice of China Musical Interlude World Tomorrow CHEC-FM FRIDAY Breakfast with Bruce Meior Newi Farm .Show Total Information Major News CJOC AH Night Show FRIDAY Music News, Weather SrJS Phone Bill show Bulletin Probe 1226 Farm News, Jack Thys Galloping Gourmet Bulletin Board Community Matinee StocK Market Report Woman's World Jean Pauley Comments Farm Show News, Sports, Wthr. Cattle Prices Tempo Jean Pauley Comments CHEC FM Monday Thru Thursday News Fifteen Minutes to The Hour John David Horn J. D. McAllister Chuck Tanner FRIDAY Larry Donanue Stk. MKI. Report John David Horn Sports Noon Larry Donahue Major Newi The Other Side 5-15 Weather John David Horn The Way I See It T. D. McAllister CBR Radio 1010 Calgary THURSDAY NIGHT Week Gerrusl! BBC News Theatre Nathan Cohen Weather cnamber Music News Winnipeg Music Past Por'tman FRIDAY Radio Noon Eye Opener Afternoon News School Broadcast World at Eiqht Matinee Morning Comment Afternoon Concert GalloBina Gourmet Flight Log Canadian ftoundup- CBC Winnipeg Orch Morning Concert r Consumers Matinee Tempo of Life Tempo World at Six Supplement Between 'Jursftlves Thursday Music National News Five Nights A r K- Bestway Saves You Money Every Day of The Week! SUPER VALUE! SOLID STATE STEREO Fully transislorixed 6 push button control Provision for topi input and output SAVE AT ONLY..... Cor. 4th Ave.-Sth St. S Phone 328-2328 Open Till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday nigthsl CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED FURNITURE CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 61 THURSDAY NIGHT Hillbillies Teleprobe 7 Movie: Big Country Part 2 (c) The Interns (c) Our Town News Children's Hour Movie: Three Mats For Lisa (c) TaKe Thiny Edge of Night (c) CSC tie Teleprobe Movie: Spiral Staircase FRIDAY Morning News Mr. Dressup Sesame Slreet (c) Galloping Gourmet Alberta Schools Drop In Movie: cincinattl Friendly ulant Hillbillies Kid (c) Chez Helene Teleprobe 7 CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) THURSDAY NIGHT News (c) In Conversation Wynne's Pad M Pierre Berton (c) Flintstones (cl Wynne's Pad Dick Van Dyke Love American Style (c) News (c) Family Affair Medical Centre (c) Miss Helen (c) Dean Martin (c) Sand Box (c) Here Come the Science Shed Seventies (c) Parlons Francais Mannix (c) Wild Whirl of News c Fashion In Conversation''' FRIDAY Bear the Clock (c) Thought tor Day Lucy Show (c) National Me.vs (c) Buckshot (c) University of Mr Movie: Fancy Pants (c) Famous Jury Trials (c) Another World (c) Trouble With Tracy Bewilched (c) Wynne's Pad (c) Family Affair News Here's Lucy (c) Movie: Heaven With a Gun tc) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) THURSDAY NIGHT Today Show World Turns Today in Montana Days of Our Lives Concentration (c) The Doctors Family Affair (c> Another World _ ___ Hollywood Squares Edge of Night: (c) Dean Martin (c) Jeopardy Gomer Pyle (c) News Who, What Where Mike Douglas (c) Tonight show (c) Game Hillbillies FRIDAY News (c) Cronklte News (c) Our World Another World NBC Niflhtlv News Salute Agriculture Somerset ic) Dons Day (c) KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) THURSDAY NIGHT' News Nancy High Chaparral Bewitched (c) Barefoot In Ihe Park (c) Odd Couple (c) Jim Nabors TV-5 News Matt Lincoln Dick Cavett FRIDAY News Capt. Kangaroo Dinah's Place (c) Jack LaLanne Sale of Cenlury Galloping Gourmet Audrey A World Apart (c) All My Children Ld's Make a Deal Newlywcd Game News Secret Storm (c) One Life lo Live Words and Music Love is a Many Splendored Thing General Hospital Dark Shadows That Girl Bewitched Dating News LETHBRIDGE MUSICAL THEATRE PRESENTS "MY FAIR LADY" YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE P.M. Nov. 23rd-Dec. 5th Tickets S3.00 At YATES BOX OFFICE 9-5 p.m. Open Mon. thru Sat. starting Oct. 28th Students' Nite-Nov. 22 Phono 327-7055 For Tickets FILL IN COUPON AND MAIL FOR TICKETS LETHBRIDGE MUSICAL THEATRE P.O. BOX 811, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA NAME 1 ADDRESS I Number of Tickets Seat Price Dale you wish lo allend ;