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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, April 11, 1973 ore coverage proposed for dental care plan REGINA (CP) A propos- ed insured dental care program for children in Saskatchewan should be extended to everyone up to the age of 18, an advis- ory committee says. The committee, headed by Dr. K. J. Paynter, dean of the college dentistry at Uni- versity oi Saskatchewan, said the government's proposal to provide the service only to chi'dren up to the age of 12 could be "calamitous.'1 "Many experts have pointed out that age is possibly the possible time to stop the prnsram if was estimated that the additional coverage could cost million. The original pro- posal would cost an estimated S4 to million. BETWEEN 3 AND 12 The committee was establish- ed last fall to advise Health Minister Walter Smishek on a departmental proposal for an insured dental care program emphasizing prevention, for children between 3 and 12. The proposal was that the program be implemented in stages over five years beginning with six-year-olds in the first year in 1973, five-to-seven-year olds in the second year, three- to-cight year-olds in the third, adding ages nine and 10 in the fourth year and II and 12 in the fifth. The "phase-in" period wctfd coincide with the numbers of trained dental nurses being graduated from special, two- year courses to provide the main personnel force to carry out the province wide pro- gram. When fully operational, the program would require 107 den- tal nurses, 248 certified dental assistants and 12 consultant dentists. They would form EASTER GOODNESS. Want some suggestions for Easter din- ner? Then don t miss Margo Oliver's recipes in this Satur- day's Weekend Magazine. To name but three: Stuffed Lamb, Baked Chicken Quarters, Baked Shrimp Bites. M-mm! IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE teams and be assigned to designated regions of the prov- ince. The dental nurses' course started last year at the Sas- katchewan Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences in Kegina with 36 students enrolled. An- other 60 are expected to enrol for the next course. Graduates will be trained in drilling, filling, extractions, x- rays, cleaning and live dental work. The committee said It may he possible to utilize private dentists to expand the plan to children beyond the age of 12, but a feasibility study should be undertaken to determine whether p r !i v a te pr actition- ers would be able to handle such a workload. It was suggested that such a study be undertaken immediate- ly and a decision made before 1978 when the first 13-year-olds would be eligible for service. The committee, which re- ceived submissions from many organizations including the Ca- nadian Dental Association, said great care must be taken in designing a system "that will ensure that treatment service does not gain dominance over preventative service in terms of importance." Husband still in Cuba Mrs. Mionaia M. Ferrer screams at the fence near Cuban Freedom House in Miami as she watched the last refugees arrive from Cuba and realized that her husband was not on the last plane. A friend tries to console her. Alberta briefs DEANE GUNDIOCK TESTIMONIAL DINNER SATURDAY, APRIL 14 7P.M. LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE GUEST SPEAKER RT. HON. JOHN G. DIEFENBAKER Tickets (Tickets Limited) LETHBRIDGE-LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD............... 328-4080 LETHBRIDGE-LIEN AND ASSOCIATES 328-3475 FORT MACIEOD-HODNUTS DRUGS 234-3123 COALDALE-EARL FOXALL 345-4311 CARDSTON-PHYLLIS JAN1SKO 653-2058 WARNER-EMIL GUNDLOCK..................... 642-3787 PICTURE BUTTE-HARRY WATJON FARM EQUIP.____ 732-4587 MAGRATH-GEORGE T. DUDLEY.................. 758-6617 Inserted by Lethbridge Federal Progressive Conservative Association Extortion plot foiled EDMONTON (CP) 22- year-old University of Alber- ta student pleaded guilty to ex- tortion Tuesday, saying he needed the money to complete his education. Chuen Shing Chow, a native of Hong Kong in Canada on a student visa for the last three years, told Provincial Court Judge John Coughlan his par- ents sent him money from Hong Kong, "but I don't think that is enough." Chow's bid to extort from Edmonton physician B. D. Margolus was foiled Mon- day night when police dropped from their hiding place in the ceiling of the basement of the Sheraton Caravan Motor Hotel in downtown Edmonton and arrested Chow. Chow is an employee of the moteL LOSE THEIR JOBS CALGARY (CP) The civi lian work force at Armed Forces Base Calgary is to be reduced by about 70, says spokesman for the Public Ser vice Alliance of Canada. Representative John Harder said 18 firemen will lose their jobs the end of September and 50 cleaning service person- nel would be released during the next 12 to 14 months. Suggestions have been made that heating and power plant workers would also be without jobs as the armed forces con- tract such work to private com- panies. CRASH VICTIM DIES RED DEER (CP) Myers Armand Buffalo of Hobbema, Involved in the collision of a half-ton truck and an RCMP patrol vehicle near here Satur- day, died in hospital later of injuries received in the acci- dent. Three RCMP officers are still in hospital, and Larry Johnston, a civilian from Hobb- ema, is also in hospital. The collision occurred after police were called to investi- gate an armed robbery at a motel-restaurant on Highway north of here. Police located suspects in a halfton truck ;V pursued the vehicle. INQUIRY REQUESTED EDMONTON (CP) A roya commission inquiry into the ad ministration of justice in Al berta has been requested by the Edmonton Social Planning Council. In a letter to Premier Peter Lougheed, the council says the Alberta Human Rights and Civil Liberties Association re- port on Dr. John David Craig "painstakingly documents wide range of injustices am abuses in our system of jus tice in this province." Level out those natural gas payments! Sign up for Most AJbertans find it extremely difficult to budget hold expenses successfully when bids vary from month- fcHnorrth. Thafswhysomany gas company customers find our Pay- mert EquafizaBon Plan a great help to monthly budgeting. (Payment Equalization Plan) Canadian Western will estimate your annual gas con- sumption and divide the cost by twelve. This way you pay the same amount each month of the year. For more information on the Payment Equalization Plan, contact as. And we'O level with you. conoDian ujesrern naruraL oas company umrreo Rodents may help develop crackless chicken egg TORONTO (CP) In- ventors may be trying to build a better mousetrap, but agriculture researchers a re using mice to help build a crackless chicken egg. The annual report of the Agriculture Research In- stitute of Ontario, tabled in the legislature notes that five per cent of all eggs marketed in Canada are cracked, re- sulting in the loss of about million a year. Researchers are studying genetics of learning and be- havior of chickens. As for the mice, the report indicates that similar studies of that rodent eventually may help the chicken farmer with his eggs. In other areas, researchers are trying to keep the Mclntosh apple red, Appparently, getting a red color in the apple is a per- ennial problem of the orchard keeper. Growers, said the report, sometimes delay harvest so they can get a red apple but this results in overmature fruit. Researchers have been ex- perimenting with growth regulating chemicals that are sprayed on the fruit before harvest. KURT WALTER Ceramic Tile LTD. 314 13th St. North Phone 328-3981 SAVE 10% 25% 9 STOCKED CERAMIC TILE MOSAIC TILE WAll TILE VA" x 4y4" QUARRY TILE OVER 200 COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM VENETIAN MARBLE VANITY TOPS SHOWER DOORS TUB ENCLOSURES. Store Hours April 9 to 14 MONDAY THRU THURSDAY 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. FRIDAY 9 o.m to 7 p.m. SATURDAY- 9 a.m to p.m. 1TV HIGHLIGHTS WEDNESDAY I MUSIC: Lawrence Welk, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. The beloved mel- odies of the river-boat days are recalled in music, song and costumes on tonight's program. RELl'GION: Hilly Graham, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. The final pro- gram in the Northern Ohio Crusade. CRIME DRAMA: Hawaii Five-0, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. A young woman fakes a suicide attempt to bring her fiance out of biding. SPECIAL: To the Wild Country, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Naturaists John and Janet Foster take to the Canadian wilderness to re- cord their impressions of '.yinter. CRIME DRAMA: Madigan, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. Tonight's story Is about an ex-cop tamed hit man and Richard Widmark as Detective Madigan tries to save his disgraced former partner. DOCUMENTARY: Who Owns the 9 p.m., Ch. 7. An updated and condensed version of last seanon's report seek- ing new international laws to govern the sea. SPECIAL: This Melancholy Occasion, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. A dramatization of the hanging of Canada's first political as- 12 midnight, Ch. 7. Vio- sassui. MOVIE DRAMA: "Hells Bells' lent motorcycle melodrama. THURSDAY MOVIE MYSTERY: "McCloud: Who Killed Miss 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A western marshall becomes in- volved in a Manhattan murder case. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the res- ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC if Morley McGIII and Allan Bell Contemporary News; Doug Marvin Contemporary Sports; Leo Dow Farm News; Music We Remember Sunday Mornings. MONDAY thru FRIDAY News Farm News 6-00 News Sports Cattle Prices Buryl Clark Bob Hesketh Grain Prices News Chec-line Call of the Land Farm News Chec Trading Post Dave King Cattle Prices Leo Dow Jack Neufeld News John Oliver Paul Tessier it- CJOC News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whitt, Bill Matheson; Sport Brent Seely and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card WEDNESDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 World at Six John Walker Request Line John Charles Jim Parsons MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-0 p.m.-IO p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m.-12 midnight THURSDAY Jim Elliot CBC News News, Wthr, Sport Phone Bill Show Joan Waterfield Jim Ellict Jack Thys CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-l a.m. Dell-0 SUNDAYS Probe 1220 News, Wthr, Sport News and Grain Prices Jack Thys Johnny Walker Probe 1220 World at Six Concerts, Overtures 6 a.m.-i p.m. and Encores Concerts, Overtures (Bob Concie) and Encores (Bob Concie) 1-2 p.m. The Hour (German program) 2-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) CBR Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT World at Six As It Happens Concern News, Sports, Wthr From the Capitals c Five Nights a weeR Eve Opener Inside from the This CounTry Outside Radio Noon Written In Rock THURSDAY Warmup Eye Opener World at 8 Sfockmarket School Broadcasts Max Ferguson Bob Kerr BBC News Home Run News World ar 6 As It Happens The Next The Uthbridge Herald CHINOOK Coming Out Tuesday, April 17th Included FREE, with Your Copy of The Lethbridge Herald CAU 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION! CJOC-TY Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NISHT Hollywood Squares CJOC News Lawrence WelK- Billy Graham Hells Bells THURSDAY Super Heroes Pinocchio Wizard of Or To the Wild Country News and Farm Who Owns the Sea This Melancholy Occasion News CJOC News Crossfire Movie: Fads Audubon Joan Waterfield Mr. Dress Up Cdn Schools Friendly Giant Chez Helens Sesame Street Lassie Luncheon Date Let's Make a Deal Truth or Consequences Nancy Miller Ed Allen Take 30 Edge of Night Family Court Drop In Hollywood Squares CFCN-TV lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) NIGHT WEDNESDAY News Beat the Clock Hawaii Five-O Mystery Jason King Sportsbeat "73 News News Merv Griffin THURSDAY Thought for Day University of Air Romper Room Canada A.M. Uncle Bobby Community Calendar Life Style Eye Bet Family Affair Movie: McCloud Somerset ___ Another World Fashions In Sewing Wats 'he Good NFS Word Trouble Tracy Anything You Can Supermarket Do Yccta Buckshot Pierre Berton Star KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIGHT News News Sab Newhart WovJc: The Small Miracle Hollywood Carman JcopsnJy SeWe 1J-30 As the Wortd Twm Today Sriew Tw3ay in Monlana Doclors Pyj-amid Anrthtr WwJfl "OOSsT1 d Ctmtury Hrtlywood Talking Souaro 3 TO Secrel Slorm StiW js Sjjo, Our Wortfl Baffled News KFBB-TV Great Falb Channel 5 {Cablevision Ch. 11) WEDNESDAY Mews t.Bti Nsrws, MIGHT Ksnosroo Wovle: MolorJow Owm IB.flO WtovJe: Mews K DO Wrwi S 30 L-8 Uinnc AuSrey Gslloplno Gowmt1 Yojna and 17. OD NewlyweS THURSDAY Farm News itarch AH My "children 1 30 One Life to Live 7 OD Diys of Our Llvci 2.30 DinsTTs Place en a Match 3 Os'ino t i to Parswortl TJtwfi Ltls Msfce a DPS! t SK> Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Presents ROGERS and HAMMERSTEINS CAROUSEL YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Monday, April 16 seats Students nignt Tuesday, April 17, Wednesday, April 18 Thursday, April 19 All seats TkVels available at leister's ICI cr at door ;