Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
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Air Ircaly lalks vhcllier we pet vvliat Trnns- .Miuislcr Don Jnmieson lold Lhc Commons Tuesday. lie was replying to Douglas H.irtacss (t'C Calgary u-lio spoke of an urgent need lor new routes linking Cal' gary and I'dmonlon U.S. centres. Mr. Jamieson said Canada lias been making slrong bids, in the talks lliat began in 1969, tor better access for Canadian car- riers to U.S. points. Mr. Harkness said Iho talks bave been "dragping on" at the official level and il appeared to be time for Mr. Jamieson to step in directly and discuss tlio situation his U.S. countor- pnrl. Strikes, shutdowns way of life J TORONTO fCP) Norman Smith of Ottawa Journal, presi- dent ol The Canadian Press, said hero (bat "strikes and shutdowns are a way ol life loday but tbe sum ol it tn ;iio nation is there must, surely some bet- tor way to settle all such differ- ences." Mr, SmilVs comment was in his address to the annual meet- ing of the national news co- operative. It followed his reference to the closing o( Toronto Telegram last Oct. 30, a switch from daily to weekly publication of Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph on t b a I same day. and Ihe more recent 15-week suspension ot publica- tion by Montreal La Presse dur- ing a labor dispute. "The stilling of a newspaper, temporarily or permanently, is grievous not just tn the publish- Mr. Smith said. "Its readers lose a contact with their world; its employee.! lose the financial and moral boon ol work; the trade ot mer- chants and buyers is restricted; the news stream to a co-opnra- tive like CP is reduced; the ex- change of viewpoints essential in a democracy loses a respon- sible voice. "The stilling of any business or industry is bnrtful to all, hul to us who believe in the vitality, urgency and importance of news and opinion, the silence c'. a newspaper plant is specialty "There is no question here of placing blame. Dlamc varies in time and place and circum- stance, between owners and management and staffs newspaper strikes and in oilier strikes. "Strikes and shutdowns are a way of life now. Nurses do il, airmen do it, police and firemen do it, teachers, preachers antl almost all God's creatures do it. "But the sum of it lo the na- tion is there must surely be some better way to settle all such differences." COMPLETES TERM Jlr. Smilli, president anr! edi- tor of Ottawa Journal, com- pletes today Iris Iwo years as president of The Canadian I'rcss. He noted that 1971-72 was "quite n year" for John Dauphi- nce, CP general manager whose report also was presented to the meeting, for Dauphincc's senior colleagues, and for Ihe various CP commillecs, the hoard o! directors and the executive. News contracts had been nev.cd with The Associated I'rcss, Renters and t France-Prcssc, the world news agencies that provide the bulk of the world news distributed by CP and in turn depend on CP for (be bulk of their Canadia ne-AS. Contracts had been rcnogo- linlcd with a number of CP's main news customers. In the Infl year, too, Cl' soh il.s bead office Inulrling on L'ni versify Avenue in Toronlo am completed arrangements t o move to new leased quarters in July. Mr. Smith made special men i lion of Hie five regional annua meetings of member-paper news editors at which all as peels of Ihc CP news service arc discussed. "It was be said, "thill whether in Ihc Maritinics n< I'rairics, in Quebec, Onlano or British Columbia, there was .T shared concern to protect and enbanro the general principles of good journalism. MOVH PLANNED In his report as general man- ager, Dauphinee announced lhat CP's main foreign-news opera- lion will be moved to Toronto head office from New York where C'P for many years lias co-ordinated its world nc'.vs re- port. Modern communications ivill be coincident the move of niques make it possible to to new quarters iver lo Toronlo at staff vrill te loft he a complete reor- cost all Ihe news ciicuils York lo maintain good liaison AP and Reuters, of CP's communica-lions setup. This wftl involve viously received at New llio United Nations of news and news of special transmission facilities and "Editorial and traffic computer Installa- munications) control of general manager snirt 1 ML A wants 5 -year-olds admitted to EDMONTON fCP) A there was time for only record Is one of ernment backbencher debate before the worst in when it mended in the legislature its afternoon to pro-school education, ive year children be Lee said admission said. mitted to grade school, a year olcls lo had "the dubious rlis- earlier currently perhaps be at local ot being tlm only hut said early In Canada otlior than C. E. Lcc Calgary "has become Edward Island "in that KnighL) macln Ihc problem, especially arc llic only provinces dalion in a non-government molion and was seconded urban areas" so should bo considered .soon by the legal provision (or kindergartens but Tvliich do not F. P. Appleby them." kindergartens, day-care -n nnd play schools nro Loiigheed organizations, often involving (lie mothers ot tha children who are taken cars and usually arc nothing tiian "custodial services censure working mothers." As well as admitting younger (o elementary school, EDMONTON fCP) by the I.ec said tlie possibilities Amerongen, Speaker of the mere fact that educational t G 1 e v I s ion berta legislature, has As might constitute a be explored further be- Opposition hopes of some kind of the province "find I'remier Pcler Loughcod not make that panel there arc a lot more pro- an alleged breach of of this available to children tive though all the panel supplements to institutional Mr, Amerongcn told t h are Mr. house there nrc three cited a U.S. program and pniclieal" reasons DIG lleadstart for "disadvan- the charge by Opposition Act "merely children those with der Harry Shorn did not of 1 he assein bly physical, cultural or .stJUite a point o[ without handicaps, especial- any one of the three reimbursement, of those aged between threo lave killed flic Social in case they are six. motion lo refer the matter ccrlain committees, DHOPOUTS Ihc standing committee on legislative: five per cent o[ Iho vileges and elections for by order in council and Indian children en- the school in Alhorta drop Mr. SLrom said Friday third point made by by the time they reach breach of privilege was was thai Ihc C, lie said. volved because Hie cabinet was appointed by Lee called on the Pro. pointed a H member Feb. 1G and there Conservative admini- tural study committee silling days of Die lo improve early child- the hovi.se rules stipulated sue before the Social education as one o[ ils a committee is permittee! raised llio in have no more th.in 11 cannot, therefore, in my conlcnlion Ilia! am- be said (hat Ihc less could only be termed Tho Speaker ruled lhat raised at anything like nt this lime." H -member clause applies opportunely'1 emr Appleby. although ha to commiltces appointed requirement of a he really didn't favor low- Ihc legislature, not lo (hose of (lie school age hy a year, the cxisling .system conld be likened (o "the ladder wnero forgot to put the bottom Loinnulsorv on B- dean tests nded VANCOUVER (CP) --Dr. Douglas, K. Jardinc, a supporter of educational KDMONTON' a year before bcine has been named Alberta government Iras no in will noL be o( academic studies at C.'ipilano College. tention of resuming Jardinc, 35. now is direc- sory testing of all molor vehicles, highways Minister Clarence Copilhorne said stations are in Edmonton and Calgary, owned by Ihe city of Edmonton and the department of public works, of the faculty of sciences at .Mount Itoyal College in Calgary, lie was executive producer of a week, college' in the course over a Calgary lie said the two Copithorne Raid no slalinn this spring. testing stations, in use for use bad been found will assume his new Julv I Canada Md 1 CANTOX. K.Y. fAP. subjerls of Canada and Canadian-American relations will Liberal discussed .it a week-long gram at SI. Lawrence (CD a University of Al- t sity April 30 to May 5. a noted Canadian student. No breakdown Week will feature won (lie Liberal Ihc voles was available. panel discussions, films and hero In tho (cclerol seat now is held by Mar- c and history exhibits nl Edmonton Lambcrl, the Progressive Canada, whose harder is only Parly's financial miles (hr. St. os a "decisive and 15 year velcrsn o( lus. only opponent, Iluuic ol Corumous.