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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuoiday, June 6, 1972 THE IFIHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Police foil plane hijack Canadian council report raps public, governments The men were handed over to TEHRAN (Reuler) Iranian police today foiled a suspected attempt to hijack a Boeing 727 airliner when they arrested two Tehran' and _ armed Czechoslovaks at Teh- jacked to Bagdad from Qatar, .-an's Mehrabad Airport. Airport sources said a_search A pENSION Boetags o Baghdad from third was hi of the suspects revealed parts ot dismantled pistols hidden in their socks, shoes and trousers. The source said the Czechoslovaks, both aged about 25 and well-dressed, were about to board the Iran Air Boeing 7Z7 which was bound for Kabul and Bombay with 135 Zambia (AP) District Gov. Winston Kaman warned that business loans should not be regarded as a kind of pension. He said there was a tendency for men granted loans to "marry more wives and start drinking DAD: THE MAN WHO DESERVES THE VERY "markedly the study GET A CITANION WORSTED BLAZER SUIT Navy or Chocolate Brown in a geometric pattern. 125 .00 AT ALBERT MEMS APPAREL ST. S. OPEN THURS. AND PRI. Till 9 P.M. OTTAWA (CP) Failure of "mark manpower and education poli- adds, cies to satisfy needs of the young borders on criminal neg- lect, said the Canadian Council on Social Development. most of their lives. A report released today, cnti- be able to escape." lied A Right to Opportunity, says governments and the pub- ciety an lie have been "lamentably quired, shortsighted in trying to phase and co-ordinate our manpower requirements with our educa- tion and vocational training sys- tems." The council, formerly known as the Canadian Welfare Coun- cil, comprises individuals and organizations whose aim is to get comprehensive, well-admin- istered social services of lu'gh quality for Canadians. The study covers 300 random- ly-selected welfare applicants between the ages of 16 and 24 in November, 1971. It puts much of the blame on the way responsibilities are shared among federal, provin- cial and municipal govern- ments: "Our approach has been frag- mented because our concern about federal-provincial juris- dictionai spheres limits our ca- pacity to provide a comprehen- sive answer to a complex situa- tion." It says manpower and educa- tion policies suffer from short- term goals, lack of overall and co-ordinated planning and fail- ure to be responsive to needs and perceptions of the young. DEFECTS SEEN Study of the young welfare applicants revealed "inconsis- tencies in administration, dis- criminatory practices aimed at younger applicant, indiscrimi- nate application of commonly held obsolete values to young people and weaknesses in gov- ernment and nongovernment services provided at tha com- "They have become part of the welfare system and are likely to remain actors in it for most of their lives. Others will able to escape." Extensive rethinking about so- ciety and the economy were re- lired. "Discussion of public policy today is confused because our goals as a country are unclear and fragmented." The report says one cause is incomplete, inaccurate or una- v a 11 a b 1 e information. Some young people are unemployed because they are over-qualified and others because they are un> der-qualified, it says. Figures are listed showing the high rate of unemploymen among those under 25. It says indications are that the influx o young people into the labo market will continue almost un abated to the 1980s. However, there are encourag ing signs reported for the fu lure. Opportunities for Youth Local Initiatives Programs an some provincial programs wer the "first halting steps in wha may develop into a totally ne; concept of work-experience-ac tivity programs." Among recommendations: continuing series of na tional policy conferences o youth to involve all levels o government and sectors of the economy and society, with young people in key roles. of government welfare officials to ensure that policies and practices are ade- quate to deal with young peo- ples' needs. assistance in cash re- gardless of age, sex or resi- dence. national network of hous- ient allowances to those under 8 who want to move to other oramunities in search ot work Most of the young welfare ap- r 1 i c a n t s interviewed hai nine and 12 years of education Two-thirds were male and the ighest proportion was aged be ween 18 and 20. The sample was selected from Vancouver Edmonton, Winnipeg, Totoronto Montreal and Halifax. Hughes granted extension VANCOUVER (CP) How-1 ard Hughes has been granted a one-year extension o! his Ca- nadian visitor's permit. John MeKinstree of the Im- migration department said today the extension, valid until June 2, 1973, was granted Fri- day. There was speculation earli- er, when it was rumored Mr. Hughes would like to remain in Canada, that the United States industrialist would have to end his long seclusion and apply in person to the immi- gration departmet for the ex- tension. Turn your back on unwanted noise. Zeniths new Directional Hearing Aid. I Zenith's smallest behind-the-ear ___ hearing aid, the VYestwood gives you "directional" hearing. And, if you find that much of the sound coming from around you is really irritating back- ground noise, this aid may be just right for you. The microphone in the "D" tunes down distracting noise from the side and rear, letting you concentrate on the sound you v-'ant to hear. Come in for a free demonstration. Th9 quality goes In the name floes on LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BIDS. PH. 328-4080 However, Mr. MeKinstree aid the immigration depart- icnt had sent an official to Ir. Hughes. "It is normal to have appli- ants appear at the Ir. McKinslree said. "How- ver, il they are unable to ap- sear, we do go out and do it." Mr. MeKinstree would not ay why the exception made in the case of was Mr. lughes. He would only say the lillionaire recluse "had a valid eason" for not going to the m migration office. Mr. Hughes has not left the Bayshore Inn since his arrival in Vancouver In March. He haa rented the 19th and 20lh floors of the hotel at a cost of a day. A spokesman for Mr. Hughes said earlier that he likes Van- couver because it provides "tha best of all worlds it is U.S. oriented, it is a business city, it is a very pretty city and It has good communications." Mr. McKinstree said he did not know whether Mr. Hughes planned to stay in Vancouver. KNOWN TO ANCIENTS Honey is one of the oldest ol known sweets. YOUR PHILIPS DEAltR WITH SERVICE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 302 13lh St. N. JACK'S munlty level." Future options of the young people interviewed liave been STARTS TOMORROW Look what we've brought you to start off your summer holidays! !ng with young Involved In plan- ning and operation. of goals ol the educational system. travel and settle- ONE WONDERFUL SHOW! FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT A tropical jungle becomes a fun-filled island paradise... It's'ARF comedy... 'ARF and ALL doggone delightful! TECHNICCM.OB Matinee Wed first feature nesday thru Saturday at 2 p.m. only. Doors open ot p.m. Evenings at 7 p.m. Last complete show at p.m. Dief last of pioneers OTTAWA (CP) John Dief- enbaker has denied saying thero would never be another prime minister from the Prair- ies. The former Conservative prime minister was quoted in a Canadian Press story irora Prince Albert as saying "We will never again see a prime minister from the Prairie provinces." He said in an interview that what he did say was that there will never be another prime minister who went through pi- oneering days on the home- stead. "I'd be the last of the pion- eers. "It would be ridiculous to say there will never be another prime minister from the Prair- ies." SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST" In Techni- color. Starring Henry Fonda, Jason Hobards and Gabriele Ferzettt. Tuesday and Wednesday, June 6 and 7. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult not suitable for children, FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "BILLY JACK" In Color. Starring Tom Laughlin and Delorcs Taylor. Tuesday and Wednesday, June 6 and 7. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult not suitable for children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "CARRY ON UP THE KHYBER" In Color. Starring Sidney James, Kenneth Williams and the Carry On Gang. Tuesday and Wednesday, June 6 and 7. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "DOC" In Color. Starring Stacey Keacli and Faye Dunaway. Tuesday, June 6, shows at and p.m. Restricted adult. ENDS TONIGHT One Show At 8 p.m. Held Over and Moves to Paramount Cine- ma Starting Tomorrow for its 4th and Final Week. One Show Daily at 8 p.m. Ends Tonite Paramount Cinema ''SILENT RUNNING" wiln Bruce Da GWEN ACRES Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT The Godfather" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Silent Running" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Chatos Land" Last Complete Show RREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Reincarnate" "Say Hello to Yesterday" One Complete Show Gates Open p.m. One Complete Show ot p.m. TONIGHT and WEDNESDAY fascinating tale of the occult HIT "SAY HELLO TO YESTERDAY" NO. 2 Color wilh JEAN SIMMONS Starting Tomorrow COLLEGE CINEMA COLLEGE MALL 328 6300 ACRES OF FREE PARKINfiJ 27! Deluxe Shows 00 and p. The Greatest Concert of the Decade! NOW YOU CAN SEE IT AND HEAR IT... AS IF YOU WERE THERE! FAMILY Evenings Kids 75c Adults 1.75 mccupioK 101 DIUK THE CONCERT FOR BANGLADESH 1 In stereophonic sound Ends Tonight "CHATO'S LAND" lEWi IDSSfLL MYI SHANKAE JINGO STMR KUUSVOOMUKV MDfKK-mEHW TOM JOEY MCiUm MXE GIBBONS -ALLUUUTia JESSE ED DAVIS- CHUCK FINDltr JO CHEEK- DOMES KMt USTEEIUIIWRIM CUUOUltKM-lOUMiCMAtt OLUEMKKEU-DOIW WlimSTON'CAIItMDtE ALUMKIH In Color with Charles Branson. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL 1490 KCINOViSION Another Giant Mailer Bingo iniida each Kcinevision Kit you'll find 6 cards. sixth one free. Kits arriving in mail soon. Be you in- clude all ft numbers on each card (at lop left and lop right of cards) together with your name and with Tor each card to KCINOVISION P.O. BOX 1490, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Register cords by mail or drop off at CJOC-TV THREE BLACKOUT BINGO GAMES WEDNESDAY JUNE 7th STARTING AT p.m. ON CJOC-TV-CHANNEL 7 RULES: 1. Only those which have been validated art eligible. 3. Winnen will be the person ooiaining a blackout with amount of numbers called. 4. Confirmed winners will required lo moil (n Ihetr winning card. 5. If there it more Ihon one winner In any one oame-priie money will be divided equally. t. The deciiion of the commillee will final. 7. Get one card FRES when you bu.l 5 cardi. hf you were missed or wont Write lo KCINOVISION-Box 1490 Carets available at both Iricksen'i Kentucky Fried Chickfn Oulkll 3rd Ave., Mayor Maaralh Dr. and 17 Mayor Magralh Drive. ;