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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, April 14, 1973- Gas price rumpus ilares TORONTO New D e m o c r atic Party Leader Stephen Lewis charged here that portions of the provincial budget have undermined the government's credibility in i.s negotiations with Alberta on gas prices. Speaking during a spirited ex- change in the legislature, Mr. Lewis said the seven-per-cent tax on energy, announced in the budget Thursday, makes it im- possible for Ontario to pretend It is opposed to a two-price gas system in Alberta. He said the government can't argue against the price increase as it affects consumer cost be- cause it has imposed a S28-a- year tax for families in Ontario. Treasurer John White said the NDP leader doesn't under- stand the matter. The treasurer said Ontario is objecting to Alberta's two-price system on economic and con- stitutional, grounds. HIGHLIGHTS Skylab cretv Holiday Inn 700 8th Avenue S.W. CALGARY EASTER WEEKEND FAMILY PACKAGE APRIL 20 21 Twin Double Astronauts Charles Conrad, Paul Weitz and Joseph Kerwin (left to hold mode! of Skylab and their insignia during news conference in Houston, Tex. The large labor- atory will be launched May 14 and the crew will launch on May 15 to join up wish the orbiting laboratory. Health centres favored TORONTO (CP) Major changes in ways of providing better health care must be found and the "emphasis switched from the horizontal to the vertical Health Minister Marc Lalonde said to- dav. The federal minister told a medical conference at the Uni- versity of Toronto that "for po- litical, sociological, financial and other reasons." the devel- MANAGER "SUCCESS THRU FRANK TINORDI Phone 328-7356 1240 3rd Ave. S. SERVICE" NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE STU SHORTT 327-4142 JAKE TAMS 328-6522 MARLENE PAUl 328-1459 BILL LAZARUK 326-74O2 WARREN) LYCKMAN 327-1472 JOHN PIETRAMALA 328-2573 NOY BARNABY 327-6683 IK MARTIN 328-2464 E1NA8 STOKKE 328-4352 RRENDA oAwirr 328-0309 LAWRENCE SMITH 328-7970 BLOCK BROS. Open 9 to 9 Gvoranteed home trade Canada Service 9 Complete Financing Interest loom Home N Catalogue Realtor Phone 328-2356 N.R.S. M.I.S. patient outside of hospitals must be developed." "The development of commu- rJity health services can be ex- pected to be complex insofar as implementation is concerned es- sentially because of the various cha'lenges to be met, the bar- riers to be overcome and the organizational changes to be made." However, "these services will certainly be the in-thing in the 1970s and beyond." The minister said community health centres were ore major way of meeting the needs, re- ferring to recommendations by a committee under Dr. John Hastings of Toronto on such centres. But the present doctor-patient relationship also "will undoubt- edly undergo some he said. DIFFERENT PATHS He predicted that there would be different paths for diagnosis and referral of patients for care, more hospital-based spe- cialists who would restrict ac- tivities to referred patients, bet- ter use of the skills of all mem- bers of the health team, in- creasing supervision of work by peers and better integration of health services in any commu- nity. NORTH fa CALIFORNfA ALASKA Departing July 8 and August 19 Sy Deluxe Hi way Cruiser Departing June 23, Aug. 4, Sept. 8 and Oct. 6 by Deluxe Hiwoy Cruiser SEE: Skogway, Daw- son City, Fairbanks, Whitehorse, Prince Rupert, Watson Lake and moro INCLUDES: Ferryliner, rail and Hiway Crui- ser fare, nightly ac- commodation, sight- seeing and much more ESCORTEDi 15 filled days As low as fun SEEi Disneyland, Los Angeles, San Diego, Tijuana, Mexico, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City and more INCLUDES: Transpor- tation, nightly acco- mmodation, sightsee- ing in all major cities Las Vegas bonus, Hi-neighbor party and much more ESCORTED: 15 filled days As low as SATUKDAY SPOUT: Stanley Cup Play-Offs, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. The first game of the semi-final between the Cainadiens and the Phila- delphia Flyers from Montreal. (No Sunday game.) REPEATS: Bridget Loves Bernie. Police Surgeon. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Murderers 9 p.m., Ch. 7. An ex-counter espionage agent is called from his life of idle- ness to rescue a renowned scientist from a foreign power. MOVl'E WESTERN: "The Hired 9 p.m., Ch. 13. The story of an itinerant cowboy who returns to the wife and child he deserted years ago. MOVIE DRAMA: "A Clear and Present 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Air pollution becomes the target for a senator's determined son. MOVIE COMEDY: "The Taming of the a.m., Ch. 7. Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton in a Zef- firelli production of the Shakespeare classic. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Seven Against the a.m., Ch. 13. A World War II story about a South African officer and six men assigned to hold off an overwhelming force of Italians. SUNDAY SPORT: Tennis, 11 a.m., Ch. 9. A cheque is the prize in the finals of the Cleveland Classic. SPORT: Stanley Cup 1 p.m., Ch. 9. The sec- ond game of the semi-final series between New York Ran- gers and thp Black Hawks from Chicago. REPORT: Country Canada, p.m., Ch. 7. A report on the consumers' primary food prices. SPORT: Golf, p.m., Ch. 11. Final round of the Dinah Shore women's championship from Palm Springs, Calif. WILDLIFE: The Challenging Sea, 4 p.m., Ch. 13. The killer whale and how it is trained in captivity. SCIENCE: Medical Explorers, p.m., Ch. 7. Profiles of Sir Howard Florey, co-discoverer of penicillin, and Louis Pasteur, the French bacteriologist. FAMILY: World of Disney, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. Story of a teenager whose fascination with the endangered California condor inspired him to seek his own wings. ADVENTURE: The Beachcombers, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. Nick1! chief rival starts using a jet-propelled boat and the real competition begins. The Protectors, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. A miss- Ing dog leads the Protectors to an international spy ring. DOCUMENTARY: Canada: Five Portraits, p.m., Ch. 13. The people of the Atlantic region are profiled in this special. VARIETY: Jnlie Andrews, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Eeoeat. DRAMA: Sunday At Nine, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. "The Veteran and the Lady" is a poignant tale of December love. COMEDY: A Touch of Grace, p.m., Ch. 13. Tonight Grace must give her answer to marry or not to marry. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Treasure of Lost a.m., Ch. 7. An attorney appropriates the estate of his dead client and leaves the infant heir with a drunken circus clown. MONDAY CRIME DRAMA: "Conspiracy To 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A deputy-district attorney has second thoughts about his key witness to a murder. PICASSO PAINTINGS DONATED TO FRANCE LAS VEGAS RENO SEE: las Vegas, Reno, Carson City, Lake Tahoe, Hoover Dam, etc. INCLUDES: Transportation, nightly accommodation, tight- seeing and more. DEPARTING: MAY 19 ESCORTED: 9 fun filled days. As low as..... PARIS (AP) Pablo Pi- For FREE Brochure Coll Your Travel Oft Coll Operator (no charge) Ask for Zemth 06061 207 Kresge Bldg. Edmonton, Alta A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL 005 5th AVE. S. PHONE 328-7921 or 328-1181 ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 P. LAWSON TRAVEL MARQUIS HOTEL BLDG. PHONE 328-3000 casso's faraily announced today that it is giving the artist's im- I mensely valuable collection of j paintings by his contemporaries to the French nation. The gift, announced by the family's Paris attorney, Roland Dumas, does not include the enormous collection of works by Picasso which the artist never sold. Art dealers are fearful that the market value of Picasso's work will collapse if the family is forced to sell off a substantial number of these paintings to pay inheritance taxes on the rest of his large fortune. The collection being given to the nation is in the villa at Mou- gins. on the French Riviera, where Picasso died April 8 at the age of 91. It includes paintings by Ma- tisse, Modigliani. Duly, Braque. Rousseau and others, and most have never been seen by the public. "They are pictures which he had purchased since the begin- ning of the century and are of the modern pcricd.'" Dumas said. Ke edded that the ocH- cordi- tion attached to the donation was lhat the pictures hang together on exhibit in the Louvre. Picasso's IcjfSsimate son. Paulo, confirmed that his falhcr left no will. In addition to his widow, Jacqueline, and Paulo, the artist is survived by two il- legitimate daughters and an il- legitimate son, and a legal battle may have to be fought through the French courts to determine the division of the es- tate. In La Jolla, Calif., Dr. Jonas Salk, husband of Picasso's for- mer mistress, Francoise GUot, says her two children by the artist have been barred from entering Picasso's home. "The reason for the absence of any comment or reflection by Francoise Gilot on the death of Picasso 5s a continued refusal to allow her children, Claude and Paloma. who are now in the south of France, to enter their father's home at this mo- ment of Salk said Wednesday. His statement appeared in to- day's edition of the San Diego Union. j Kiss Gilot, a French artist.! left Picasso in 1955 after 11' years and took their two chil- dren. She was married briefly j Simon and in i970 married Salk. discoverer c' an antipolio vaccine. SOUTHERN iLBERfi BUS SAMPLED Film chosen for festival OTTAWA (CP) The film L? Mort d'un Bucheron (Death i of a Lumberjack) rias been cho-! sen In represent Canada at the Cnnrcs Film Festival in! France. The secretary of slate depart-1 ment announced FrHav that the j film, directed by Hires Carle.! 43, of Montreal, was chosen by fe festival. La Mort d'un Buchcrrm 3s a f'te abwrt Uie trial and tribute-'; 1'ons of a ycnmc girl's search ,i for her lumberjack father in Montreal. Among the arlors in 1bc Mm arr Carole Laure. WiHie La- j Daniel Ptfcrn, Pauline anrJ Marcel Sabowin. Radio and TV Listings CHEC 1 Morley AAcGIII and Allan Bell Comcmporary News; Doug Marvin Ccntsmporary Sports; Leo Daw Form Music We Remember Sunday Mornings. SATURDAY Music Wo Jack Neutcld Remember Paul Tessler News 12.05 Mfsic We News Sports Dave Klnq Paul Tcssier People Gospel Hour Back to God SUNDAY Leo Dow (Music We Remember) Indian News Media News Music to Rremember News Music We Remember Sports Paul Tetsier MONDAY News Buryl Clark News Farm Newj f.l'i Cattle Prices NCAS Newi Sports News Bob h.sketh News Hour Chccllne Trading Post Leo Dow John Ollvar it cjoc if News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whltr, 8 II Matheson; Sport Brent Seely and Don MacLean; Farm and Rrancn Doug Card. SATURDAY NIGHT Memories 5-JO Soorts George Brown News, Wthr, Sport 5-53 News News Phone Bill Show Inside from the Sports, Wthr. Joan Waterfield Outside Sunday Magazine Jim Elliott Continental Holiday News Jack Thys Stan Ballly Beatle's Story Probe 1220 John Charles Show News, Wthr, Sport Cross Country News end Grain Checkup Prices Jim Parsons Show Jack Thys Shew Case Entertainers Remember When Hour of Decibion Barry Hegland SUNDAY News Atlantic Symphony Blackfoot Indian Program Solo News Christian Science Sunshine Concern Johnny Walker News 5-0' Johnny Walker Sports Local News World at Six CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 p.m. Don Hedman i p m.-l a.m. Dell-0 SUNDAYS a. m.-l p.m. Concerts, Overtures and Encores CBR Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY NI6H1 Capital Report Metropolitan Opera News The Demand Side The Entertainers Quebec Now Cross Country Check Up >M Time Signal Buffalo collage ?veri'm! c ri. Sound of Sports socnd of Sports Regional Orchestras Gilmow's Albums The Bush and the MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-O 6 p.m.-lO p.m. Don Hedman i 10 p.rn.-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures 6 and Encores (Bob Concie) Symphony Hall CBC Stage Canadian Concert Hall Anthology Music Alive Just Jazz SUNDAY (Bob 1-2 p.m. The Hour (German program) 2-6 p.m. Don Hedman 4 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) MONDAY Warm Up Eye Opener World at I Calgary Eye Opener World at This Country Sunday Morning Children's Stork; Sunday Morning Sunday Magazine Time Signal Radio Noon Sounds like Spring Max Ferguson Bob Kerr Newt Run BBC Sports, Wthr Warner's Waxworks World at SIX The Next flte LetliBridge Herald CHINOOK Coming Out Tuesday, April 17th Included FREE, with Your Copy of The Lethbridge Herald CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION! CJOCTV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) SATURDAY NIGHT N.H L. Country Time Movie- Murderers Row News Provincial Affairs Movie: Taming of the Shrew CJOC SUNDAY Pinocchio Gospel Hour Niven Miller Sunday Hour Faith for Today Gaslight Re-.c'i for the Top Pet Set Agriculture Today District 7 Laugh In News, Farm Country Canada City Youth Confrontation Audubon Sports special Joan Waterfield 30 Medical Mr. Dressup Love Garner Ted Armstrong World of Disney Beachcombers Black Beauty Juiie Andrews Sunday at Weekend News Nations Business CJOC News Sunday Hour TBA Movie: of Lost Canyon Pinicchio wizard of Oz AlSerta Schools Friendly Giant Chez Helene Sesame Street Lassie Luncheon Date Let's Make Dea I.-39 Truth or Consequences Klara's Corner Ed Allen 3: CO Take 30 Edge of NIghl Court Drop In Hollywood Squares CJOC News Going Places CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cabfevision Ch. 4) SATURDAY NIGHT News Oil Report Kingo Bingo Bridget Loves Bernie Police Surgeon Missing Lmk Outdoors Unlimited Movie: The Hired Hand News News Know Your Sports Doub'e Bill 1 A Clear and Pres- ent Danger Oral Roberts Under Attack Rex Humbard Market Place Detale Rural Report Pentecost Presents David ar.d aih's Easter Pro- gram Pendulum Untamed World Garner Ted Arn-.stronq Movie: Shakiest Gun in the West Let Them Live 2 Seven Against the The Protectors Sun Canads: Five SUNDAY Mgnrfii Thought for Day A Touch of Grace 4-H Clubtlrr.e WS University of the Keva Air People's Church Oil Report Rev. Cueiticn Day of Discovery Merv Griffin MONDAY Thought for Day University of Air Romper Room Canada A.M. Uncle Bobby Community Calendar Fashions In Sewing Parlons Francall Trouble with Tracy Supermarket Yoga Pierre .Serton Life style Eye Bst Fami.y Affair Movie: The D.A.: Conspiracy to Kill Somerset Another World What's the Good V.'o-d Anything You Can Do Buckshot KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch 9) SATURDAY Tennis The E.TC.-gcncy NHL Hsrtey Wsry Tyler Moore Sixty Dick Van Dyke Lsisic 8-00 YOU A Thousand Clowns VVjrtd 10.30 News Laredo SUNDAY Archies Harlem Globe- trotters S.OO Lamp Unto My Day of Discovery Kalnryn Kuhlmsn Fats She Nation Consultation 10.38 Meet the Press Winnie Pooh WvitETY MASH AMssiax Imppsi'b'e MONDAY Our World 7-ra Today Shew Today in Montana 39 Pyramid -M Si's cf tfte Century !9 Squares Jwjardy 3D Who, What. Where 55 03 BsUIed -D As the World Turns CO News n Doctors m A'wid Hc.11vv.-cod Talking CO Storm DD Mike Djua'as :03 ?i KC.-.-S 00 Tlcivs 30 Keift-S Wild KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) SATURDAY NIGHT Animal WsrW mile People 4 09 Sonny ana 7. DO Jvlie And' 9 no W> Go Apsln Free- Search for Touch (rt Tfjp 10.TO Circle of News Howard Dinah SJxxre O Jack LaLanne 9 to Auflfty Gallopma Gourmet 10-00 Ycnna and tht r or r Seller Gomet SUNDAY Farm Newt 7.30 This It Life no Gtt-pel Hour Mtfct A VWs.1i IB.WCtiracMtf Shop WilS Kingflam 11.DD All my Children J 30 This. Js Your Lite Maiie We'k T2.0D 7-OD 1 TJi'Prt Wcwle. fpr De. WraMri-p 1-W 1.30 Cms 1J-30 TVv.s 10 45 Mf us, 11 OD Billy Jsmet Hsrcis MONDAY Farm CaMatn Kanqiroo J JD Dinah s PI8: 3 M en a 3 y> Game 4 OH 1 i-c-nd 4 30 BrwitcMrd Password 5 JO News DO Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Presents ROGERS and HAMMERSTEINS CAROUSEL YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Monday, April 16 AN seats Students night Tuesday, April 17, Wednesday, April 18 Thursday, April 19 All scats Tickets available at Leister's ICI or at the door ;