Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
4 THE I.ETH5SIDGE HERALD Mor.c'oi. Jonuary 6, 1973 Efficiency measure -e-uluiion- ihey set 25 much done n that yne ore n hour as they formerly accomplished would dare in four or working hours filled decker, c: the Ontario with imerrupcions. _ .'.T-e wb-ch initiated a a'-.et Intruding salesmen nre greeteo. vum o: each the sound of shhhh. ana inoujn tney find it difficult they are obliged to 75 ci'i.ce er-to'.oyees EL Steel- keep quiet. The project has work in stony been heralded ss successful it-is been iurnu f.rst ucrkuij established as a permanent reaula- ho o: necess.iy must ot the buzz o: hi-'es. are no; sEov. ec__to :o ass questions, ir.e sernbles a funeral parlor "r. remains closec. v.alkiru hour :s recognized as a office employee yearr.s for an uninterrupted, hour in whicn to caich up u'ltrt the myriad or irnle responsibilities which accumulate and are" set aside each time fr.s atten- tion is divened by the telephone or an intrusion. To know that "such in- terruptions are ou: of bourds for one :ul! hour each mo rain; would ably orjv.de ire with a in >vhich he could clear the for a rrccucnve dsv. Beinr. constantly breather each "in: v :uld be as refreshing as a Destnictiiv I ism c: in ihe ?ir.- ir. tzs Eliirrr.cr iheir rre en UD rs ar.d '__cmj :herr. for c'.her rrcze- r-ltis cur; irs down the fence indi'r.du work cf selitsh. inesr-rnsible recple. :r-fers a: tie f.vres: The urisishuv litter c: cans .p, r.-.us: ha-.'r and garbage" ar.d Game rirr.e they officials ror. Macieod and cf -.vocc s'.acis-d and r nrurs. a clean vandalism was renvr.ed leave the as they f no re- concerned arden's tayed e cords dy for RUSSELL BAKER Word diet desirable anymore. Nowadays thry iiie fa: into society, he "111 be ab'e :c greet t-'V Show them a lean, piaui taat th3m as functioning cuts to the bone acd them lard i: dreadful it must caged 'jp sr.d thici greasy syllables irrat ar.d back n bes SLerillzed UEOl it uiieeies and gasps for as it tailor for for a :o :bd ccmes lunitenrig dovvn upon some poor fcimseir zi ihe cf Eng- seiitencs like a sack of iron on is fa', see hir sr eiercise a srayback horse. hi arc are ce-ierzmed 10 "Facilitaie" is lypicai of ihe case. A ge> turn him a "fur.cilor_-g eraiiOQ aso onlj sissies bureaucrao Peace, doctors! ccurse i: merely a -rtould have said "facilitats" in public. No'A-- 01 sceal-cirg. is ntre L-.J.-. a "Ve are -har -J-lil-. and vsr.- oiler. ricder. esse." v.'-- has -e say irar whai s-ase of a -cri hxh :all-i :6ll us us ;_ss u "r. ii-r 121 as L: "S re are cf ccr.- ass 01 a c _ir. s ir-ir.i-. i m cresicer.: radio ar.r.iiLT-cer a o: ir.e Lr.ited Stales aad i'z: ir-izg 10 seep cccicr ice other cay. Tr.e doctor -.voriea rr.y ;.tc LT a hcspitai in he ore Slr.ce then canpaizr. tali never really hears than three per fane: arc mere porr.pous as thcugh oi aTiytin-.g saia on rac.o reed that veiihty :o or.cea! the destinies oi oiajty social misfits. The a ihinress of ;hs ?pL-.t -hlch ihev aiinoL.ncer assed tr.e of ms eir.ar.aie. 3m arc rot coi- The doctor said it was "to facilitate the r.erc. -.ve are ai; i.-; ;.y.e the re-snay as fasctjoning fa: ttrs The Enr.d's Automalic Dither There is ir.e di--- -ociev n'-c ca.-- -.vent m work at this stase. ar.d lr) L-'C- -c-T.-cra- th.; r-sl cf the doctor's acswer was lost, a: ;he oi :i core p socre ry rfe- Tr.e passion for fat Er.jl.sh. h.i.i c.ariri: -hat the ai t'-.e slue o .ie called 11 i: ;ii.r.-'v. he dnT.nc hut tr.e rl.-j'.ilod. "atecs.ve." Pres-.denis i-.'i-.irj; "uie ar.il when he arc rarely ailovoti to "soy'' the wca-J-.cr a ctearj "do" iT.provx.i: p-'irori have them "dc- Ge'.tir.i? his patienis of the hospilal cl.iro" r. .1 ch.i'.'.M-.ce f >r tir. -.i-.c rc-onry :r.'o society.'1 a U-ch- v.i-y UQ Oki: >o ;r oi..- coiocicol cicrc ct Us tort ID worn. Survival demands regular performance By Maurice Western, Ottawa commentator for FP rublicaiions OTTAWA The ministerial roster instituted by Mr. in September the most predictable casualty n: the indecisive general election There was a reasonable for the arrangement or modification of it. The arcu- menc was sec our by the prirr.o minister on September 25. within a [ortiaigat of the session of the'lSth It might. Ln certain circiLm- stances. have been verv per- suasive because leading men h all the parties at that lime were strongly attracted ro already instituted, with goner- ally good results, in the House of Commons. But the roster system immediate protests the opposition parties. Much more was involved than the usual criticism of government actions to be eipected of nwr.- be.-i of Mr. Speaker's left. A grievance had been born which did not die: which was instead rekindled by successive in- cidents leading to angry scenes oiten to ministerial embar- rassments. It was prrhaps pocted by the government that, vrih the passage of lime, the system gain at least grudging acceptance ly Con- servatives. New Democrats and Sodal Creditors. Nothing of UK kind happened; after four years, they remained as. flatly opposed to the roster arrange- men1 as they had been in lire tie sinning. In all" likelihood, better and more lasting results uould have been achieved u ihe prin.ie min- ister had proceeded in a differ- ent fashion. Parliament now siis for most of the year. On any the absence of a roster about 3 ministers are required to be on hand for questioning. the uir.e for ques- tions may be short as half an hour, [lie day is to some exien: irrupted. Mr. Truc-caii ci'iioerned that menibers 01 faced by an volume of business, fl-.oid nave more free on :o ii'.icen Irate in cepartmenin! mitters. It may also V t-o case, 'Hough the prime minister did r.ot press this argument, that the presence o: so ir.any minis- try in the House works against searching examir.aiions and tends to enc-ouraje mere fishing expeditions If there is particu- lar nierret in a subject, o-e mirister may irr.eed mo- norojie the limelight for a longer period than he would prcbab'y desire, it. Speaker Lir.ioureux tenc's. to after a first wzve of in deference to the. di- ve-su-ed interests of metnbers sides. Brizish is r.o-.v quite .r-'r'eren: A; ques- is often confined to grinds cf 3 single minister, The system fell far s--- rf this. It reqvired a gen- err-': en Wednesdays e. ho-.vever. is very "rj for the re-: c: the s schedule oJ e: th? t-p-ib'e resulted i-e :t vras in- trcc'.-rec arhitrarlly by a simple s r.o' .-J. I teen ''Forgot to put it away again this year, eh Neighbors flirting in fool's paradise; S because the L-.IT Hc'jse then coopr'anve. After en: r.sd a fresh another election be for four :hi5 .TM! Agreement n reached on provisional fever- the (ex- a_-fT-.e--ts nav- retererc? o; the per- rules :o a Eo'ise coai- i? ihe chance was arr-ri strsriioiis'y then and feoic-j ihe the House By Bruce special T-e c-arir.- p-ersonal cc John L-rcefcrc'ed rorcer v.'r_t Tor te; years the e: .--s early as the Cuter, tr.erts. pecp.es. coc- ci d no; ccoi tr.e iusiorlcallv Crzaciaz in Washington -artn relatic-tis Car- ccz they are p-ushizf the aca ar.d the Uzied States. a crjuch u> -js Car.a- foreseen aai sell delayed -_-e sttoi by h-xh. .tc Canada its ration of its military CT.-U- aifairs uj disar- fcrses 10 a threat c-t ray. ]ess pr errmert cf Keni-iy Here, for the I in asked itsei" Cirada r.ci oxt-censc :rs sill ute reliable old fr.frd cf ett-Ter native, their ;cL-t rtis- ally that it had airs-ay5 takes _; ihe pas--, ire r.jrts ar.d seezred 10 TTT--ZS ih-e presert case. Tre tior erterzir.; ncri c: the r-r- v that der1 Trocrh" the cuestior c' r.-rt urcerstarc rxhs- r.ever voiced in purlic. it arc usia_yjc.D distorted, ir the Dr.vaie official l-'UJrr.ent. it of vc.ves so prac- After Cuban epLsco? a cider.u. vhar -.-.-as ._ ccKiec :-a sices alter Sec-or-c War. Practice. Tne 15 re the: but is 10 specialize r.: a alen cr.-er ihriuaz unlutnie-ii. roc- 1- cLscrirL-ni.cr.- -unilateral r; :ha: the system, tries. v-iil- ensured c-ffered tits r.ee-r.'..r.c ar.z enbarrassiig No o-e icresa- thv; tree r- e.-t-Otto-nil r..r. if past r'cal thcrt. The app.roach- rourd of C-ATT ;aru: 'Htiict ttnAilafif The faictes and Units ait ail in the tight places. Oh THQSi iif-icieri by cnor.- ovon .v. .1 '.irr.e [S? A.T.Pr.L'.m i by tic TheUthbridge Herald i's rtrj S. A.'.-Mij LETHBP.rDGE rO. LTD, arj P..3. CLE3 r._v: i-: ER U.I." i t: t; -j HiRALD StRVci THS SOUTH"