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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta y, Apnl 2-1. ALL WEEK Monday thru Sunday APRIL REG. 150 CUP CONVENIEN LOCATIONS 200G MAGRATH DR t3TH STREET NORTH This Coupon Good lor One; FRESH CUT MAPLE LEAF Macaroni Cheese Loaf ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER Progra EDMONTON (CP) NIN' i cuilcr Grant Notloy asked in It tlic legislature whether Ihe Al- c berla government lias jjivcn any consideration lo passing legislation wliich would com- v [Jensats men and women laid p off ns a result of t'lidronmcir- c tal control legislation. Mr. Notk'v submitted the question alter Bill (SC Medicine Ilat-Rcdeliff) asked -llio (jovcrnmcnt to assist 33 people laid last December nt a glass plant in southern Al-lerla. Mr. saiil tlie layoffs resulted from lifter control restrictions imposed the now Beverage Containers Act. Environment Minister Dill Yurko said the act was not a major factor in liic layoffs and Hint Uic purposes of environmental legislation and tlirusls "is, in fad, lo generate jobs in service industries." Mr. Yurko said Ihc number of production jobs is decreasing rapidly and the number of service jobs is going up rapidly. "Tlie whole intent of llio department cf Ihe environment, besides maintaining a quality environment, is lo generate jobs.11 Mr. Yurko said (he last year le govcrmnc-nl bad also set lip a summer temporary employ-tnctll program for students Kicb would result in a substantial number of jobs in llic environmental area. Between and SI million creates jobs 'en committed to studies in you can possibly Mr. o (MivironmonCil areas whicl) Yurko said, catcd more jobs." "The arpa of iis government is cstalj- mental concern, of, environ. stnudards in connection menial managcmei.t, is dircct-itli plants ami other ly associaleil willi conerating ants' in tliis province whicli jobs, niui pai-licularly jobs hi a substantial number llic service industry Hindi are for lee micinns. cu- Roini; to he so vitally needed in liiecrs, laborers and for every this province in the years lo her type of discipline tliat come." HIGHLIGHTS! FAMILY: Irish Hovers. p.m., Ch. 7. Shari I.cv.is joins the Hovers for a sjiecia! i hi Wren's s :ow. t'O.MEDY: Jlc anil the p.m.. Cli. 13. A rail of leads Ftraigtil to Ihc family anil a (isttifbins solution lo Ihc problem. Nntnrc ol Tilings, in p.m., C'ti. 7. Return of this scries with lomylit's program fcatunng ailvanccincnt itl diabciic research since the discovery of inso in in 1921. IILTDAT I'KOORAJIS: Partridge Family, Cannon, James Earner, Ironside. IX1KKVIEW: David Trosl 12 niidriight, Ch, in. Entertainer and song writer Anthony Newly is David's only guest. MOVIE COMEDY; 1 p.m., Ch. 7. When Uncle Joe accidentally dies al a picnic and his kin hide the body so they won't )c accused of murder. MOV1K .MUSICAL: "The Vagabond 1 p.m., Ch, 13. Romance and Iloyal intrigue in 15th century France with some fine singing. 3 uck ___ __ about TV in M a 1 rt_. ii... j u.. .L. ._j, EDMONTON (CP) Albeit n legislature opened its doors lo television cameras six v.'eclts ago and Walter ing an adverse elfect on opposition members during llie aiiy question period. Rising on a point of order, [r. Buck snicl his understanding is tint tl'.c question period is a oriviiege extended mostly lo members Lo ask ques-ions of cabinet ministers. "1 Tronic! tint, it is very evident Hint on Fridays members on this side of CHEC -A-Roger Channon svilh Conlemporary Sports Mo r ley McGill %vith Contemporary WOUDAY NIGHT TUESDAY Do.v EC] Bfi'rry HcoMnd Clark l.CJ Jdck NcAkld CltLC-Line Dive KLig -A- CJQC Vr MONDAY NIGHT Shnw World ef IPX TUESDAY PrFceJ John VJalktr CBC Nev.s Jack Thys Parly Rtquesl L.r.e Jim P Hell l.ir.e mate question, are not culitlcc lo that privilege because cf action on thai, side of Lhu house. he said, poititinc to the government backbenchers. Friday afternoon is television imc in the legislature, with i cameras filming debate for a ai-minut e p rog ram 1 h at is shown on a local TV station lale Sunrlav afternoon. HE'S WIIONG Deputy premier iluyh llorn-er .said Mr. Buck v.as wrong "every member in this leg-isJaLiirc has Ihc right to use Hie question period lo question the executive council." Ciordon Taylor Dnnn-heller) said Dr. Ilorncr was correct, "bnl it is very, very strr-nge that they have all their questions on Friday afternoon and none for the rest of the week." Dr. Horner's reply tlial have seen, because o( tlie of television into the louse, certain other tilings tmp-jcn on Friday aflernoojis dial vemhl net. have ordinarily happened CHEC FM Mews on (he Hour on ific Half Hour fAOri. THRU SAT, Ccncerl (flcb CBR Radio 1010 Calgary J t" A' II Napr-cn V 5 from TJie Capiials Wcr ]J V-init i me fi 30 tJicholi Vli Lujlvts let VVrr-d Ncwi TJO 1C) Ap.-.Ho li )n'Conversalln n 1 .imi.y MtM PcnGjium EJ Allen LL..Y KRTV Groat Falls Channel 3 (CabJcvJsion Ch. 9) MONDAY NIGHT Today SHo.v (c) noclrrs _ Uemnnd inmate for slabbing nnUMHELUOU (CO Ron-nkl Karponko, 33, ,nn inmnle of Ihe Drumhcllcr Correctional In-slilute, v.as reminded to M.iy 10 appearing in provincial court on a charge of wounding inlc-nL Karpcnko, Don-, [cl Starrs (c) Sty.c i 1_ Trip'c' Play 10: M Who, Whal, 3 CO ucy (fl [c. Game 3 30 Anvnicyr'i CmJc lo 10 3D Tonight I0'55 Ucws It) TUESDAY Somerset "cT Sfllule ro Arjricullurc 13.00 No AS ffl KFBB-TV Great Falls Chunnol 5 (C.iblcviGion Ch, 11) on DAY MIGHT TUESUAY a n-.n ro Ecwllcntd (c) JiwCiSain XAnnarco Nc .'.1 lion with the stabbing of anolli-cr Inmate, Italpli Koualchi k of Kdrnonton, Kowalcliuk, received Fla v, winds in his npprr limly and is reported in good en e CO Dinah's l.-CDSrrrcl Minn tc) rhurcheL-Ciin YcU Jack L.aLAnno (Cl Lilc la Live Go Nome Again Audrey (c) Our Lives (cl P 00 9.20 GrjIIOpim f.f.urT.-el 3 JCI Of r.tr.ll Mc'.n.nl Ir.v, Ride Home 1Q.W V.r.ero Ire Me.ur ii '.CO Three ,1 V.llCh IL, -o ric.M tci -i.w n.-.i'r.'} c.-.ve 10 n Tyler Starch If.r CO S'-'T.J i A'.f.vic: The flam -i-30 and ini Arrow AM My Children i.M Paisv.ord ;