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Friday, August 28, 1964
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- r 1 I- -J THE OTTAWA JOURNAL FRIDAY. AUOU9T 28,1.1961 Soviet I From Page One I n From Paie One Bushnell "A limit should be placed m the amount of advertising lie CBC should be permitted 'o take eay, four hours in very 24, two In the daytime, two at night." Secondly, the CBC ihould be given a five or 10-year charter with fixed public funds. If 1 the CBC continued In the advertising business, H should be made responsible to some Independent authority armed with the statutory right to enforce on the CBC the same regulations that apply to private stations, A a fourth step, Mr. Bushnell said it is time Parliament decided the details of the CBC's "so-called mandate.' This mandate for a national broadcasting service had become "the armor behind which the corporation hides everytithe W get Into trouble." ""This so-called mandate is nothing more, nothing less than a set or policies which nine times out of 10 are drafted by management and then discussed : and approved by resolution of it own board of director." . , r.,,', DEFINE PARTS . : ' Parliament should define the constituent parts of this service and bow . much money should be spent on them. : Mr. Bushnell also aimed ' tome criticism at members of the Parliamentary Press Gal lery in Ottawa. Some of the Reporting was very good, some very poor. Reports of The Canadian Press, the co-operative news- gathering and distributing as sociation ol canaaisn newspapers, presented "gen-rally a fajr summary of what -t mil v does transpire (in n.riimnti on anv matter of major significance." Addressing publishers In the audience, he added: "But very often when I read a CP reporter's story and in the next column the version of your own gallery representative, I sometimes wonder which of the two was where. "Was the CP man in the gallery while your man was down at the CBC making Upe recording?" Some reporters "and I'm sure this is no great secret" served three masters: their pub lisher, the CBC. and an MP or party for which . they did articles or speeches. (On Aug. 12 a report tabled in the Commons listed 40 press gallery members who made paid appearances on CBC news or news commentary programs In the first three months Of 1964. The press gallery has bout 1M members). , , , . Mr. Bushnell said publishers should try to get better-qualt- liefl radio and TV critics. STAR'S MOTHER DIES W0ONS0CKET. R.I. (AP) Mrs. Catherine F. Farrell, 7S, mother of Metropolitan Opera soprano Eileen Farrell. died Thursday at her home. Mrs. Farrell, who performed in vaudeville with her late husband ' Michael J. Farrell, and later taught- voice, was given much of th credit for her daughter success. , PM In discussing the issue in the Commons' Wednesday, Mr, Mc- Ilraith said the recommenda tion of the Treasury Board. backed by the whole Cabinet. had not been m line with the recommendation of the Civil Service Commission. The Staff Associations have contended that the Commission had recommended a much more satisfactory increase than had been approved by the Treasury Board. At the same time, he dis closed that both authorities had based their recommendations on the findings of the Pay Re search Bureau. TWO LIGHTS The explanation of this ap parent contradiction the two bodies reaching different con clusions on the same statistical findings Is that the Treasury Board and the Commission con sider the Pay Research Bureau's . facts and figures in two different lights. In the Commons yesterday. the Prime Minister promised to look, into the claim made by Mew1 Democratic Leader Doug las, that the Treasury Board had put through a pay increase at "Just about half the rate" recommended by the Commis sion. ' While supporting Mr. Mcll raith and the Treasury Board, the Prime Minister was expect ed also to keep the door at least ajar still with an j undertaking to study the SUff Associations' claims and; make his final judg ment later. LB J Humphrey called the Arizona senator, ina litany that brought the crowd to Its feet, a man who was. temporary leader of the opposition and out of step with it. He said Goldwaler had voted against Issues from tax cuts to civil rights that most of his colleagues had supported. The president did not mention Goldwater by name but said too many people In both parties had worked too long to see the solid basis of prosperity erected in the last 30 years "threatened now by policies that promise to undo sll we have done." LISTS WISHES ' '. "Our promises have become our deeds," he said. Most Americans wanted medical homes in decent neighborhoods, fair and stable farm prices, education, jobs, victory against poverty' and continued expansion. "So do I," he repeated after each point. U.S. military superiority was greater than any adversary and growing. Enemies and allies knew where the U.S. stood. There was no place for weakness or recklessness in todey's world. i '. He dealt specifically with racial violence by saying that "those who break the law those- who create disorder whether In the North or South must be caught and brought to Justice." Johnson said he wanted a mandate to begin in rebuilding cities, protecting America's natural beauty, giving educa rween liberals and conservatives, party and party, platform and platorm. It I between courage and timidity." ha said. As well as tie Kennedy memorial film, thai convention saw one of Johnaoa's political career. 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