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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, July 3, 197] THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD g 1 i lass in regional Today 5 Showtimes 1 1 V idea backed OTTAWA (CP) The com mktce report giving approval in principle to Ihe idea of tclevis ing and broadcasting Commons proceedings was officially tflbled here, ft was virtually identical will the draft report. The report '.I Ihe procedure and organization committee presented lo the House by chairman Gordon Blair recommends further studies on Ihe cost anc technicalities. It says a closed-circuit experiment should be undertaken and that the (CP) responsible for Ihc physical de-velopmenl of the cily. II said special purpose boards, such as Ihe city health board which extends beyond cily boundaries, should be taken over by the province. No new special purpose boards should be established by I Legislation requiring Ihe establishment of ocal police commissions should be amended lo permit cities to administer Iheir police force through a public-service commissioner. The ward syslem should be studied to see how it could and legislation enacted to ensure lhat ward boundaries reflect community Interests. The sub-committee also suggested an investigation be made to determ ne allernalives to the existing local school government MONDAY MOVIE WESTERN: 7 p.m., Ch. 13. A wrangler encounters trouble when his boss's wife makes a play for him. DOCUMENTARY: Of All People, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. "The Unwilling Ghost Town" deals with Brougham, Ont., a small community lhat must disappear lo make way for an international airport. INTERVIEW: Distinguished Canadians. p.m., Cli. 7. Guest is Marshall Crowe, head of the Canadian Film Development Association. INTERVIEW: Pierre Bcrton, p.m., Ch. 13. Charles "Buddy" Rogers talks about making the silent film "Wings" and about his wife, Mary Pickford. TUESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Made For Each 1 p.m., Ch. 7. An oldie about a young wife struggling to save her newborn baby and make her husband amount lo something. MOVJE COMEDY: "Tlic Dclicalc 1 p.m., Cll. 13. A teenager in the New York slums finds that his friendship wilh a policeman can pave the way out of the concrete olher provinces in long-term planning at the regional level, a provincial sub-committee on urbanization and Ihe future said today. The sub-committee was one ol five established by Ihe former Social Credit government which have concluded a nine-month study on urbanization and the future. Sludies were prepared on regional planning, the potential of small cities, lowns and communities in rapid-growth areas and in slow-growth areas; urban government effectiveness; and regional planning effectiveness in small municipalities. The sub-committee said with-oul firm provincial direction the plan of each of the seven regional commissions would bear no relationship to one another. A co-ordinating agency was needed to ensure that policy decisions by government agencies didn't conflict with each other or the long-term plans of the "Bedknobs and Broomsticks" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Cabaret" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects 9: 5 "Cowboys" Last Complete Show OREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Mad Mad Mad World" One Complete Show re health c EDMONTON (CP) The introduction of compulsory medical care in Alberla n 1909 provided services lo about people who previously couldn't afford it and the plan has had a minimal effect on (he cl osts higl ince's total health costs, a government supported study revealed today. The study, made during the last four years by Dr. Stanley Greenhill and Donald Hay-thome of Ihe Un versily of Alberta's communilv ler department, reluled recent opinion lhat Ihe program was ol least partially responsible tor increasing medical costs. They said about or one per cent of the province's population did not have medical insurance in 1968, prior to the introduction of the program, because they couldn't afford make further recommendations. Mr. Blair said here "the big thing about Ihe report is that we didn't reject the idea of 1 ANGLO'S Si1" Program! Idled by Ihe radio and leteviilon ilalioni. Any variation In program Ithedule li due la loll-minute changei by the Italian! and li not ihe of Ihe Herald or Anglo Distributor. Stem and Photographic far too many problems remaining for the committee to make final recommendations. Among problems raised by the committee was the question o f extending parliamentary privilege lo Ihe air waves. MPs low can say anything in the Commons, as allowed by the rules, without facing legal ac-.ious. But Ihe commiltee said it is unclear what money should be provided to Ihe planning commissions so they would have the opportunely to implement regional plans. The sub-committee also suggested the establishmenl of regional economic planning and development offices with suffi-cienl authority to co-ordinate provincial financial assistance and incentive reclassific OTTAWA (CP) Union opposition lo a new classification of lostal workers has upset previously quiet contract ation He is president of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers, which represents letter sorters. Post office assurances lhal program there was only a slight, "hardly increase in the use o[ medical services by those previously covered under health care insurance plans, the researchers said. The study lound that urban residents use more medjcal services but were less satisfied lhan their rural counterparts. It was also found that TO THE if CHEC if Roger Channon wilh Contemporary Sports Morley McGill wilh Contemporary News MONDAY NIGHT Jack Newfeld CHEC-Line Dave Kir" TUESDAY 12-00 John Barry Hegland Buryl Clark Dave King if CJOC x MONDAY NIGHT TUESD4T Ntvn end Ernln World al Six prices John Walksr CBC News Jack Thys B-00 Jim be available if proceedings were broadcast. FEAR MDICUTE The report suggests the House should have an authoritative voice in the material to be broadcast. Members "are entitled to be prelected from misrepresentation and manufactured ridicule and from the kind of sub-commillee on regional planning suggested that in areas such as the Peace River, the intergovernmental affairs department should encourage federal departments with plans for the area to co-ordinate their activities. Any plans for development of these large areas with small populations should be The first skirmish in 1972 joslal bargaining occurred last week when about 200 mail sorter in Ottawa staged a wildcat strike protesting the reclas-sification. The department plans to hire mail-sorting machine operators at a salary level lower than the minimum now paid to will !ose pay or jobs and that (here will be no red c rcling of existing employees operating the machines have not satisfied Ihe unions. The department says jobs will be ended through rot refilling positions that become vacant. Red circling means an em-plovee who needs lesser believe their health (o be better lhan lhat ol Ihe city-dwellers. Urban dwellers complain of more anxiety, depression and insomnia lhan rural people, the researchers said. The sludy has been presented lo the provincial and lederal JULY 5th Show Wayne Barry World at Six CHEC FM ir News on fhe Hour Wrlir. on Ihe Half which would reflect on Parliament as an instilution." While the committee had confidence thai tile media al. both the provincial and municipal levels to be effective. A strong moral and financial stand must be taken by Installations of new mail-soring machines at (he main depot icre was the first a new position retains his previous income, but has smaller chance ol getting an SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Don MacM351er Consic) Don Hedman a.m. Sign-Off CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary MONDAY NIGHT Five Nights A Calgary Eye World al sin WeeK Opener As 11 Happens Ideas This Country DsJv.'een Ourselves Grooveyard Radio Noon Quebec Now TUESDAY Holiday News, Wlhr, Spor! 6.05 Eye Opener 5-30 News'6 From The Capitals World al Eight World ol Six CLCC CLCC Brondrosls over Cnblevision Ch. 7 Monday ihru is felt that the editing should take place under the authority of the House Mr. Blair said that while the committee suggested several ways of operating a television system, there appeared to be a consensus that the House should run it and make the material available to the stations. He said that committee witnesses said that the installation of such a system could cost as much as SI. 5 million with annual operating costs up to areas if the present trend toward urbanization is to be halted, the sub-committee studying slow growth areas said. "Rural regions must be in a comparable position wilh the major cities in their ability lo attract privale investment." The sub-committee said this could be accomplished in part by regional standardization of utility rales, greater use of passenger and freight services and removal of Iransportation costs that inhibit economic growth. TAX SYSTEM A tax system which in 15 major centres. Although the employees returned to work when the union requested, indications are the situation may be building lo-ward Canada's third mail strike since I960. Negotiations for a new con-Tact have been going on since February. The cjntract expired in March. CALLED MONKEY WRENCH "We had high hopes this year would be the year without the strike, but the new equipment issue has thrown a real monkey in the James McCall said reclassitication of present employees is not intended, but admit the machine operators will fill new positions at .salaries lower than the present minimum. Government officials insist lhat creation of (he new positions is a form of classification and therefore is up lo the department concerned. It is not part of the collective bargaining process, they Mayfair Theatre "THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS" In color. Slarring George C. Scott and Joanne Woodward. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, July 3, 4 and 5. Monday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS" In color. Starring George C. Scott and Joanne Woodward. Monday and Tuesday, July 3 and 4. Monday show at p.m. Duane Meyers Major News News Major News Doug Gossen 7'00 Dave Oberq John Malakoff Carol Don't Miss Family Entertainment! A- tSrSffilSrraralae _ j, IPfe. A tm AVE sr 32; 5iorj BIRTHDAY appointed OTTAWA (CP) The first step to re-drawing federal centre would encourage industrial growth in rural areas and help decentralize the population. It noted rural communities depended largely on agriculture for support. To attract younger men into farming, it recommended the encouragement trip would be longer SHOWING ol ond p.m. CHNICOLOB RESTRICTED JCG lUcaUQy 5 boundaries has been taken with the appointment co-operative farms, land banks and permanent If Moses tried NOW for the provincial electoral boundaries The sub-committee have a longer journey than years ago when, of j.jj 9.33 p outstanding Specials! including those for Alberta were announced in a special edition of the Canada point for community activity, a moratorium on school centralization should be says, he led the Israelites out of Egypt. Dr. Ari Ben-Menahem, DISTRIBUTORS Steteo and Pholoytaphic Cent el 419 Sfh St. S. Phone Alberta commission comprises C. Campbell McLaurin, former chief justice of Alberta, chairman; Max Wyman of Edmonton, president of Ihe University of Alberta; W. B. McDonald, clerk of the pending further investigation. The slow growth of housing in rural areas could be reversed if Ihe Alberta Housing Corporation and Central Mortgage and Housing sunk into solid granite rock in this remote desert canyon some 10 miles norlh of Israel's Red Sea port of Eilat, says he has confirmed a widely held theory about Ihe drifting of the Techr.i From Warner CIHO and TUES. ol ond KRAMER. VJBijf FAMILY assembly. The 10 commissioners will undertake the first federal promote Iheir program in rural communities, it says the Sinai and Arabian mn SID ACRES CJOC-TV Channel 7 (CablevisTan Ch mum MONDAY NIGHT Canadians McHale's Navy Lei's Make a Deaf News (c) TSA Teleprobe 7 Teleprohe 7 1 00 Movie- Made For Irish Rovers Avenaers Each Olher David Frost TUESDAY Summer Town The Odd Couple Farm Facls 3-00 Take 30 Partridge Family 9 35 Romper Room 3-3D Erige of Night Cannon Mr. oressup Family Court This is the Law Friendly Gianl 4'30 Drop In Of All Peoole 10M5 Chet Hclcne Truth or Distinguished Sesame Street Con sequences CFCN Lethbridge Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch, A) MONDAY NIGHT Pierre Bertcn Beat the Clock Family Affair David Frosl i -oo TUESDAY Delica'le Delinquent Deal the Clock Thought tor Day Whal's ihe Good Movie: Rupert Bear (c) wcrd (c) Jubal Fashions In Sewing 3-00 Anolher World 8-30 Nichols Yoga tnylhjnn You Can Pig and Whislla Hoi'Ee o' Friglcn- Do (c] ironside Mcin (c) s-.m Batman (c) News Norlh Maple -1-30 Bnwitched News AH About Faces Family Affair (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) MONDAY NIGHT Today Sliow 'c) Doctors News Another World 5-30 News 9loO Sale of Century Edge of Nlgnt Baseball Squares (c) 2-00 Love American Here's Lucy Jeopardy (c) Slyle (c) Doris Day Who, What, Where 2.-3D Family News (c Game Lucy Show (c) Tonight Show News My Three Sons Yiiccnav Love Is a Mnny Beverly Hillbillies TUESDAY Splendorc-d Thing News Our World World Turns News Salute lo Agrlcullurp Nrws News (c) KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) MONDAY NIGHT TUESDAY All My Children Password (c) Farm News Make a Deal (c) S-.30 News News Gflme News Captitln Kftntjaroo 1-00 Secret storm (c) Bewitched Dinah's Plnce (c) One LKc to Live Chllo Experl- Jack LaLanne (c) Our Lives (c) menl In Red Audroy Ir) Gonerni HosoHal Movie: Rapture Galloping Gourmei Thrre on n Mfllch News Where Ihe Heflil Is Datinn Game Mary Tyler Moore Mows (cl Split Second Movie: Search lor 4-.3Q BcwJfcJied A Global Affair Tomorrow of constituency boundaries since 1965. They are legally required to report within one year but Representation Commissioner Nelson Castonguay said lhat Ihe new electoral map will not be ready for the next federal election. Mr. Caslonguay said the earliest riatc for anproval of the now constituency boundaries is January, 1974. The work of the commissions is expected to have wide impact on constituencies in almost every province because of new census figures which show considerable population changes. Electoral boundary readjustment is legally required after official census figures are reported every 10 years. The 1971 census figures were published May 1 and sleps were taken to start the job of reorganizing riding boundaries for the 264-scnt sub-committee on rapid-growth areas also recommended the decentralization of population and industry. II said annexation plans of the larger cities are often made without reference to regional development strategy. Where communities should je developed as balanced settlements wilh residential, commercial and industrial development. Geographic and population limits should be adopted lo guide the growth of urban communities near large cities. When these limits were allain-cd, development should be redirected lo other areas. The sub committee said thai .0 prevent land speculaiton, and banks be cslablished by he senior governments lo ensure orderly economic development. The provincial appointment of wo ombudsman lo Egypt and the African continent at a rale of about 1-5 of an inch a year. So Moses would have had some 175 yards less lo cover in his Biblical journey than Jia would have HACKOT-FMIMEBMJN MlCKtmOOKry DICK SUM fill SILVERS TOW-THOMAS JONATHAN f t MAD.IlllAD, TONIGHT and TUES. main SUUHiMR IYIAU BUJiPAimS Gales Open 9 p.m. WORLD" show 10 SERVICES DEPARTMENT -CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC July July July July 7 Sol., July 8 Sun., July 9 Won., July SICK HOUR SWIM 12-1 p.m. p.m. Public Swim 1 5 HOUR SWIM 12-1 p.m. Public Swim 1 5 p.m. HOUR SWIM 12-1 p.m. Public Swim 1 5 p.m. 6 9 HOUR Public Swim Public Swim NOON HOUR SWIM 1 5 p.m. 5 p.m. SWIM 15 "m- FnmilySwim 12' p'm' Public Swim 6.8p.m. Public Swim 1 5 p.m. 1 5 p.m. 7- 9 was recommended by lie sub-committee on urbaniza-ion. This, coupled with (he cs-nblishmcnl of c o in rnuuily councils within Die cily, would iring local government closer o the people. Community councils should be consulted on zoning changes while Ihe cily council should be Swim 1-5 p.m. 7 9 Swim 1 5 p.m. 7- 9 Swim 1 5 p.m. 7- 9 Swim Public Swim Public Swim Public Swim 1 5 p.m. 12 5 p.m. 1 5 p.m. 1 5 p.m. 8, 6 9 p.m. 6 9 p.m. 6 9 p.m. 7 9 his dollar MIAMI, Fin. (AP) Tivo robbers who got away wilh from a grocery store also snatched from a four-year-old boy who was sent lo Ihe s inp by his Swim 12-5 p.m. t 9 Swim 12-5 p.m. 6 9 Swim 12-3 p.m. 6 9 Swim Public Swim Pub! c Swim Public Swim 12 -5 p.m. 10 -5 p.m. 1 5 p.m. 12 -5 p.m. 4 6 9 p.m. 6 9 p.m. 6 9 p.m. 6 9 PLAYBOY MAGAZINE SAYS: "Crowbar li ona of Ihe lop boogie and ihow groupi In North America." HEAR THEM DO THEIR GREAT HITS HKE "Oh Wliat a "Murder In Ihe FirM "Two True "Boby lel't Ploy FROM THEIR MILLION SELLER ALBUM, "BAD plut many more. If you mlisod Ihom losl limo, you can'l offord lo lillss Ihom on WEDNESDAY, JULY Slh. C.J.O.C. 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