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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta G THE HEEAID Wednesday. May 10, 1972 Industry draging feet in job training plan Jly Gllicr. MCINTYIUO 'lliT.ilcl (fluff M'rild- EDMONTON Lartfe ror- poriitions, increasing auloma- non In imlusUv anil llio rapid pate of stK'ial change are among factors leading lo Ihu newl for more and bullet1 job training. At present, and inlo Hie for- tceaule future, t a x p a y e r s llirough all levels of govern- ment will continue lo bear (ho bnuit of Ihe cost of lltis voca- tional training, Industry is not paying ils share of Ihe cost of producing skilled employees and must lie urged to pay more says Cal Lee McKnightl. liead of a provincial goi'crn- inent lask force that will pre- sent a report to cabinet in November with extensive rec- ommendations to improve and pay for Ihe (raining, retraining -ind employment opporluiulics for Alberlans. Last year Ihe province pa) I I million on allowances, tui- I linn anil books alone lo retrain Altaians for new jobs. The four-member Conserva- jlue MLA task rorcc, set lip ill i Scplcmljcr by Premier Peter j t Lmi.diml. proscnlwl cabinet with an interim report in Feb- ruary. It called [or, among other things, greater federal govern- ment participation in vocation- il cost-sharing programs. Mr. Lee said his committed Arson ruled out (Cl'J An inves- tigation inlo a lurniturc ware- house tire has not established evirh'ncc of arson, Logan Brown, assistant depuly fire marshal, said Tuesday. He said investigators have no reason lo link the April 3 fire a break-in at (lie w a r e- hoitse, near the downtown sec- tion, which apparently occurred the same night. Cause o[ Ihe blaze has not determined. have said (here is nisu m> evidence of arson al Ihrcc- other fires which occurred In the cily during March and April. The fires, including Ihe ware- house blaze, caused an eslimat- ed million damage. Charged in death MOOSE JAW (CP) Alec Fontaine, 17, of lied Deer has been charged with criminal neg- ligence causing death in connec- tion with a two-car collision May 5, in which Les Gardner, a Moose Jaw city policeman, was killed. will conduct hearings in mid- June at various communities throughout this province seek- ing ideas on ways to improve current training and employ- ment programs. Kxact dales and liKjations will he announced shortly. Mr. Lee said a likely rec- ommendation of. the report to cabinet in November, which will include information gath- ered at the June hearings, will be that the federal government be encouraged to retain its job location and employment coun selling service through Canada Manpower. The provincial government, through a Ijeefed up depart- ment of manpower and labor, would work with industry to match the supply of labor to ivailable jobs in Alberta. While governments at all levels have paid Ihe shot in most vocational training fields, industry has made a contribu- tion through apprentices h i n programs, said (he Calgary MLA. "But frankly, even here, In- dustry is gelling the best of lira deal." he said, "The salary paid an appren- tice is usually low, Hie em- ployee is probably well moti- vate! lo work and he is prol> ably a pretty good employee, even though at first he may not be very skilled." In outlining his task force in the legislature, Mr. Lee said other members all Tory Catherine Chichak (Edmonton Julian Koziak (Edmonton Strathcona) and Hill Purdy (Slony Game group concerned about government bill EDMONTON (CP) The Al- berta Fish and Game Associa- tion is "gravely concerned the implications" of a bill be- fore the provincial legislature (hat the. association contends would restrict the "broad pow- ers" of the environmental con- servation authority. The association released to- day a copy ot a letter to Bill Yurko, provincial environment minister, asking him lo amend or withdraw the hill w h i c h would have Ihe authority to re- port lo the environment minis- ler rather lhan to the Alberta cabinet. The association in a letter to affiliated clubs and other con- servation organizations said the bill would lake from the author- ity its independence of politics end ils right to cut through "in- Lcr-dcparlmcnlal red tape and lake aclion on (heir own author- ity anil without prior direc- tion. 10 fl. 1.37 3" Cont) 2.17 G. 10" STANDARD GALVANIZED EAVESTROUGH __ ID ft. length Conductor Pipe IDfl. lenglh H. 20' ALUMINUM EXTENSION LADDER A comfortable laridfii for the home and collage. 31.97 SEE OUR COMPLETE RANGE OF LADDERS J. Green complete iood for lawns, ihrubs and trees. 22 Ib. bag. .......5.60 A. GARDENMASTER OSCILLATING SPRINKLER Covers up lo sq. II. B. HAND TOOLS FOR SPRING PLANTING Trowel, Cultivator, Transplanting Trowel 20. ,77 C. HERITAGE EXTERIOR PAINT (OIL BASE; Superior quality Heritage paint is long l quick drying and washable. g 97 D. COMETH TOOTH GARDEN RAKE 2.57 A multiHjse rake sturdily built to lain for vrars. E. COLOURFUL NYLON REINFORCED HOSE Strong A ply remlorced hose with brass couplings. 50' length F. GOOD DUALITY PLASTIC PIPE PRICED TD SAVE YOU MONEY x 100 ft. 2.97 100 It. 7.47 12" x 100 ft 9.47 IVxlOOfi. 13.47 We have a complete linn of plastic pipe fitlinip al economy prices. K.WEED'N'FEEDWITHKILLEX 6.80 Use in Spring and Fall to control most 'Hard to Kill' weeds 22 In. baq covers up to 5.000 sq. L. C.G.E Electric [.own Mower Con- venient folding handle. Sturdy 18" steel cfcck. Powerful molor for single blade irnnoth lawn core Mom cjrocit buys from our Big Spring Sold available at the following dealers: Horrs HOYT'S Downtown 606 3rd Ave, S. Phono 327-5767 North Lclhbridge 324-13th St. N. Phono 326-4441 0 MARTEN'S PRO HARDWARE................Coalclala SPENCER'S HARDWARE.....................Cordsron VULCAN HARDWARE ........................Vulcan ITV HIGHLIGHTS; MOVIt: COMKDY: "We Jiiiitcil llir li p.m., Cli. 7, A young British naval officer, who always seems lo he right, is assigned lo an American ship. DOCUMENTAHY: Jacques Couslcaii, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. This repeat show deals with the manatees or sea cows, harmless to man but endangered by him. COMEDY: Please Sir! 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Pollcr goes after the new classroom's pet a desert rat named after him. ADVENTWtE: Jason King, p.m., Ch, 13. Thieves fall out with King in the middle and the slakes arc a million francs in emeralds and King's life. MOVIE DRAMA: 11 p.m., Ch. 11. In Paris an American divinity student shelters a cafe singer who ia fleeing from a gangster. MOVIE DRAMA: 'To p.m., Cli. 1. Ingmar Bergman's early study of marital harmony ant! discord. A 1049 drama. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Cli. 13. Chad Everett, Isaac Hayes, Norm Crosby and a baby elephant are the guests. THURSDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "Calamity Jane and Sam 1 p.m., Ch. 1. An account of the lives of the legendary outlaw and his gun-toting girl friend. MOVIE DRAMA: "The 1 p.m.. Ch. 11. A young girl comes lo Rome to ask [or her brWher's help in persuading their parents 'o agree lo her marriage. AIIPI IVG HNuLU a Pregrami Cru by radio and iKHIori. Any variation In program Ipit- mlnuh) by It not Infcrttpan. of Harold or Angle Dlttrlbutof. And HiBroaraphic Centre. tU- CHEC Roger Channon wilh Contemporary Morley McGill with Contemporary News WEDNESDAY NIGHT Dave King Barry Hegland Jack Newfelrl THURSDAY Bury! Clark Chtcllne e aoc JO M tea Dow John Oliver Dave King Mews, Wlhr, Sport 1 CO News and Grain WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY 6-00 World flf Six Jim Eirfci Jnhn Walker CBC News Requesl Line 7 50 News, Wlhr, Tporl i-o? Tlivi Charles Priori" Dill Shaw a.m. Doug Wayne Bnrry -5-05 Walker son Show Probe World it. -A- CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr. Hclf Hour WON. THRU SAT. Den MatMailer Concerts (Bob Consi Don Dm Sign CBR Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT Flve Nighls This Country 10'3Q Vancouver Chamber Radio Neon 6-.CO World at Six Orchcslra 1 V Scha-ls As It Happens Wrillen In Rock 7 :o Wax Ferguson World at 6 NHL Boston Bl Concern News, Sporls, Wlhr THURSDAY From Ihe Capllnls World al 8 York ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE! SONY TRINITRON COLO The World's Best Color TV "Nobody Mokes Color Lilce Sony" See the complete Sony line at ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Sleieo atid Cenlel 419 5th i. Phone 328-6933 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Movie: To Joy Movie: We Joined THURSDAY Farm and Flight 751 Movie: Megantic Outlaw News (c) Telcprobe Our Changing World Rompor Roo Mr. Drpssup Cnnndian Sch TriencJlv Gia Cticz Helen? Spsarno Slror- Midny Movie: Calamity June and Sam Bass Ripcord 7-3H Our Tcwn J3 3 30 McH.ilc's Navy r-nniliy Court Drcp In "i rum cr CFCN-TV Letlibridge Channel 13 (Cnblcvision Ch. A) WEDNESDAY NIGHT "n r.'.'jj Er.il Ififl Clock THURSDAY 111" Family Affair