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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 38 --THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Weilnoitlay, 23, 1972 Libya: A. plan to make desert bloom C. lly I'AROl'K NASSAU BEIRUT (AIM With politi- cal troubles ntmUtl, Libya is turning its attention to a billion plan I" transform vast areas of tlio North African ians who come in to take skillet jobs. The Libyan force is to increase from to with emphasis on reading and technical training courses so that dependence on foreign help can eventually be reduced. CHANGING ATTITUDES Gloria Sleinem, Umlcd Slateso feminist and editor of Ms. magazine, gestures dur- ing a conference in Toronto. Ms. Sleinem said men are beginning lo examine the male role in life a view lo changing il for the beller. SIMPSONS-SEARS Rough it, scuff it, crush it, nyion pile bounces back every time Save sq. yd. on a beautiful heavy traffic family carpet .99 sq. yd. Reg. sq. yd. 6 a I e bra I ion', a dually heavier I hem required for DJ Font's rigid '501' cerlificaticn standards, takes heavy traffic for years. Multi-level tip-sheared pile. Spills up. Double jufe back. plain or tweed colours- Modi, mildew proof. 9', 12' widths. Heat sof nylon is toughest wearing 7.99 sq. yd. 'Twiilmor' Du Ponl's '501' ccrfificolion. Twill :arpet lash end I nils. Mo if Ho ins wipe up. Double julo back. E colouri, 12' witWis. Insfall multi-colour nylon yourself 6.99 sq. yd. 'Tuff Tread' goes anywhere in iho house. Trim lo Fil and save irulallaiion chargcJ. ailoched, 7 hrighl colours. Three colour is a winner 6.99 s q yd. d- 'At I ion line' a heavy duly bflouly eontinuoul f 'lament nyFon in lovol loop con U rue lion, Jufo 8 eolouri. 12' wirllhs. CaMOur Ffoor Fashion Ffoor Fashion Consultant Now Quality (losts No More at Simpsons-Scars STORE HOURS: Open Dnily 9 n.m, lo p.m. Thurjdoy ond friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. VilldgB. Telephone 328-9731 Mail sorting pay at issue lly VIC I'AUSONS OTTAWA No (-nlkir- ivo agreement will lit! signed jelsvecn the liovcrnmenl ami lal unions ns as Tmi.s- gairititf lo legotiatc crt'alion of n new lassification of employees, fames McCall, pre.sidont of tlio Canadian Umon Postal Workers, Monday. Postal unions have been oh- iectirg lo I he hiring of ccs lo operate now maehines for pay below thai or manual .sorter.s. The government has said that creation of the new employees group is a mailer for "con- sultation" only ami need not IK; negotiated. Air. McCall, speaking at n news conference, warned that if Ihc government maintains its p r o s e n I position, a con- frontation will develop, He announced the picketing of post offices in M cities across Canada Monday as part of an effort to inform member- ship and Hie public of the un- ion's position. The new mail-sorting ma- chines went into operation for the first time today in OllaM-a, where 12 employees have been hired and trained to run them. The Treasury Board office In Ottawa was to picketed Monday afternoon, and the postal employees then planned to march to Parliament HilL Mr- McCall said the demon- strations would have no effect on mail service, AT CRITICAL STARE The union president said ne- ;utiation.s are nt a critical (age, ranch, would mean an ave> igc saying of per patient day or about a month. liis money could be diver- cd, under rv proposed provin- general budget for all lealth services, to the running )f the health centres or clinics, 'resent, costs for outpatient, emergency or special clinic services average from to a visit. Inherent in the report's recom- is a change ui tho [in-sent federal-provincial fi- nancing arrangements. Hut, tho recommendations come close to proposals put forward last No- vember by Mr. Munro under a new financing proposal. At that lime, he proposed lo offer the provinces a mil- lion "thnist which could be used for capital ex- penditures for approved proj- c c t as community health centres. Health financing would tw: tied to a percentage of the growth rates of the gross national product, which meant they would probably consid- erably slower than tlic spirall- ing nilcs during tho last Cuo u cite JOO a community hen centre Unit vuuilrl incUirle (lie- public health and public .so- cial derlal 7ind pharmacy sr-rvices, .'.oinc pri- vate mcdirrd practice and cx- (ended Iifirne rare as before. raps world aid HOUYN, QUC. ren leader of the Social r: rli t 1J a 11 y r lie i'C accused the federal government n( lii-inr; "much more inl-erc-slcd in helping nil Hie vlclims of the xujilrl than is in helping our crili- t'uion I hut federal iiifH to aid (Juehcc farm- who: L: c have lKpcn liad weather this Tiie fcdcfril eminent an- i! "dollar- i- any funds to Oilier private medical andjl-lp farmers pay for dental practire coulrl bn carried frcr! llil.s Other aid hf.s on nntsirlft Iho rrrvircs under hem I he milk quola su.'pension i the hoard, (hr' dingrnm shounl. fnifl n iiKjralrriinn nn drWs im- But the basic changes in- d( r govemim-nt, sponsored rcxliiclion of 50 hospital bcxls, which. Ticcording lo no OTTAWA fCF) ncport- rr.i got a different answer Mondo y when I hey ask eel Jean Mnrchnml, minl.slr of regional economic develop- ment, if a federal election date had heen set during Liberal strategy meetings he was attending. No, ho snifl. "We arc just about lo amend I lie con- stitution so wo can continue n n r rn amla 1 e for a n ol he r fivo years." Mr. C'aouetto said Quebec F