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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 TH2 IETH3S1DGE HERALD Wednesday, Juno 14, 1972 Forest fires cooled EDMONTON' (CP) Cooler, rainy weather throughout At- berla lias reduced the forest lire hazard in most of the prov- ince, officials said today, The AlberU Forest Service reported 26 fires. 23 under con- trol and one under partial con- trol. Thirteen fires were burning in the Slave Lake Forest 150 miles north of Edmonton, and five in the Lac La Biche Forest, 100 miles Northeast of the city. The largest fire covered 000 acres near Lesser Slave Lake. It was brought under partial control by 550 firelight- ers during the weekend. DIUS IN COLLISION' WESTLOCK (CP) William C. Weir, lie, of Linaria died in a two-truck collision near this north-central Albcrla town. 'S OCCASIONS! Bulky Sport Hose to Buy in Bulk! Ribbed Acrylic and Slretch Nylon with elastic cuff and looped tee. Choice of While, Plum, Gold, Hemlock, Blue, Cof- fee, Ginger. One size 10-12. FOR GREATER COMFORT Try McGregor's "Happy Foot" Health Sock! Cotton, Kroy Wool and Nylon blerjd cushion sole. Sanitized, pebble smirch. 10-13. Black 8 shades. Ail sides want more say in liealtli care matters HIGH IN SADDLE High in ihe saddle is ihe way to ride out Cheyenne, Wyo., way, even if il's a bicycle and not a hoss a fellow is riding. And particularly, 11 appears, if the pedals are where the saddle should be. What will they think of next? By GLKNN1S nlLM MONTREAL (CP) Govcrn- :nenlK, consumers and doctors all want more say in how health care will be given in the future, a panel of speakers told the Ca- ladian M c d i c a 1 Association meeting Tuesday. Dr. J. M. LcClair, deputy minister of national health, said a major theme of recenl studies that "co-ordinated govern- ment planning is required so health facilities and serv- ices are organized into effec- tive, efficient and economical systems of comprehensive licallh care available to all." Grace Maclnnes, New Demo- cratic Party member of Parlia- ment .lor Vancouver-Kingsway, said consumer participation in community health care is essen- tial and "prevents such pro- grams from being too much ori- ented either professionally or in- stitutionally." Dr. Gerard Hamel, president of the Federation of General Practitioners of Quebec, said a major problem of current pro- vincial legislation in Ihe heauh field is that it removes responsi- bility tor health care from doc- tors, leaving them "simply em- ployees of institutions." The three were panelisls at a session on deficiencies in the, present health care system. Mrs. Machines, who spoke i "from Hie consumers' gave the -100 doctors in her audi- ence a rough time. UONSUMICUS IJIiLV TOO Doctors mny have made a lot of medical discoveries, but the improvements in health serv- ices "have come largely from the efforts of consumer she said. Voluntary agencies had to begin many of :lie public health and commun- ity health services. Doctors could and should be giving more leadership, she said. And governments too could be more responsible in planning. Dr. LeClair, in an address similar to others he has made in the last two months, said health care costs are rising loo rapidly and must be controlled. This could be done without sf- fecting the quality of care of- fered through new programs such as the extended role of the nurse, use of "hostel" accom- modation rather than hospital beds for patients who don't reed to be admitted, belter use of oi'.l-palient services and vide use of preventive and diagnostic services on an a m b u I a t a r j Dr. Alison McDonald of Moul- ;i professor at McGill Uni- versity, described a study com- laring bctore-and-nftcr of care in relation to medical care insurance. It appears from preliminary studies lhat medical care insur- ance is allowing care to be provided earlier to those who need it and lhat care is reach- ng those in the lower-mcoms brackets, she said. So far, re- sults have not indicated that doctors are working harder under the insurance plan than they did before. Yard goes lib LONDON (AP) Women's lib has come to Scotland Yard, The London police force is going to bt female officers do the same job and have the same promotion changes ns their male colleagues. The G50 police- women have been confined to feminine jobs such as minding lost children. Tiie Yard agreed to the change after meetings with men and women on the force. Ban-Ion Dress Hose BY MCGREGOR Rib and panel sanitized Nylon. One siifi 10-12. Block, Navy, Plum, rt Chestnul, Coffee, Brass, PAIR BRAND NAME Ankle Hose in Wool Plain or fancy design in ossorFed dork nnd fashion shades, One sire, 10-12. M pair BRAND NAME Ankle Length Hose in Wool Plain or fancy design in Nylon. One ji7e 10-12. Assorted dark and fashion B (hades. parr Lycra Stay-up Hose Mid-lenglli dross hoso m sfrcrcU ond lycra. 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