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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 IHE lEIHBRIDOt IICRAIR Cn.lny, Mny It; I97J Mayors await November provincial-federal meet Cn High hopes! lives may Iw nlilc to discuss Rovcrnmcnls are mil. given Ihn for iXmenibe-is munieipal-pro- vini'ial-fi'dcrnl conference in To- iid out-going presi- dents of HIP Canadian I'edora- tiun of .Mayors and Municipali- ties. Mayor DCS N e w m an o[ Whilb'y, Out., said the confer- ence will be a "major opportu- nity for local government" and will provide a chance to exam- ine the problems of government from the municipal, provincial and federal levels. Mr. Newman, who replaced Marcel D'Amour of Hull, Que., said In an interview he hopes the conference will he able to set up mechanisms for continu- ing tri-level consultations. Mr. D'Amour snld that for the first lime, political representa- iirbiin problems. There is never enough lime for them at feeler- ;tl ini'ial conferences. "iCxpenence has shown municipal problems are not only j stills, very far from being provincial j must the flexibility means to tackle the problem, the stresses on increasing urban populations could reach Ihe priorities, Ihey are non-exis- tcnl." he said. The federation wound up Its four-day 35th annual convention Thursday. Earlier, Mr. Newman said a major task is lo slrciijjlhen local governments to enable them to meet Iheir resonsibili. lies. In 1301, local governments re- lied on other levels for 1G per cent of Iheir spending needs bill now are d5-pcr-cenl dependent on Ihe senior governments, ho said. tie also warned that if local Hospitals ready to boost services BOGUS LOOT Lieut.-Det. Claude Rouleau of the Montreal Police examines parf of a haul of U.S. bills seized in the city's eastend. Plates and negatives were olso Beized and three persons were arrested. (CP Wirepholo) One wounded in shooting Airliner hijackers arrested tj BLANTYRE. Malawi (API -1 The hijackers Intended to Gunfire nt dawn today flushed order the plane to the Sey- hijackers from a disabled I c li e 11 e s. a British-controlled .South African Airways jetliner. I group of islands in the Indian Police called on the men to Hccan. and demand that Opiien- Eiiirerider and opened fire on heimer meet them there with an the aircraft when they did not j unspecified amount of money, respond. The hijackers Red Both men are believed to be down the plane's rear stairway, Lebanese. One was identified a.1! apparently in fear that police i Faud Abu Kamil. who lived in the hijackers. Reuter said tho loot included M million Rhode- sian faboul M.3 Bui the plane could nol take off be- cause its tires had hccn rie> flatcd. WINNIPEG (CP) Hospitals seem prepared to extend their services into the community and become involved in preven- tive medicine, heallh mainte- nance, home care, rehabilitation and chronic home care. The annual meeting of the Ca- nadian Hospital Association spent Thursday discussing the provision of health care and in- dicated that increasing involve- ment of hospitals in community programs appears a foregone conclusion, Stephen Morris of Phoenix, Ariz., president of the American Hospital Association, said tradi- tional hospitals are dying and added they won't be missed. "The hospital as we know It is he said. "The death is long overdue and, for tho most part, welcome." New demands for health care mean that the hospital can no longer care only for acutely ill hut must be responsive lo the total needs in a community, he said. Douglas Snedden, executive Soulli Africa for five or six years before rclurnir.g to Le- banon in 1970. The other was identified as A- Yaghi. MOST LET for slow growth areas bullets would explode dynamite Ihey had Kneaked aboard to carry out the hijacking Wednes- day. One ot them was 'lightly wounded In the ankle in the phooting. The other was said to! be drunk when seized on the j bannesbiir ninway by Both were [Salisbury." Rhodesia. The pilot w0llid recessed by a Con- jailed at Zomba while South Af. j flew back to Salisbury for fuel sm-nlive government, Opposi- and mcst the 58 persons auoard Uon Leader Robert Stanfield were allowed to gel off. I said Thursday night. Tbe plane then Hew on lo Ma- lawi. Armed police surrounded promises help The hijackers seized the plane! MEDICINE HAT frp) The television station CHAT, Mr. j as it was about to land at Jo- federal industrial incentive pro. flight from 1 cram for slow growth areas rican authorities opened extra- dition proceedings. The South African parliament I In Cape Town was told today In an interview program Closer liaison that the hijack was designed lo jt Wednesday night, and the hi extort money from Harry j Jackcrs beiiaii negotiating wilh pe.nheimer. a mining financier African Airways in Johan- wnd the country's wealthiest via (he. control lower, i i; man. The hijackers bickered he- tween themselves about! whether lo demand SI million or' (Q foft SOI! ff'll t Ktanfield said "it's time for fresh look" at methods used lo redress regional economic dis- dircclor of the Toronto Hospital for Sick Children, told a group of about MO persons in a finan- cial-management seminar that his hospital had moved toward salellite outpatient services nnd clinics, partly to reduce costs. He said in an intci-view later that the Toronto hospital, using privale funds nol from govern- ment coffers, has experimented with three neighborhood clinics lo try lo reach sick children in the community before they have to go lo hospital. Part of the reason Is cost, he Bald. It costs an average of a day per patient to care for a child in hospital. The cost to care for patients in a satellite neighbor- hoods where tho sickness and death rates are among the high- est ill about a visit, he said. "Actually, we're disappointed in the he said. "In the hospital's outpatient clinic >ve can treat the same patients for S5 to SG a visit.'1 The program hasn't been going long, however, and more families may take advantage of il, Mr. Suedden said. About delegates have registered for the three-day con- vention, which involves the na- lional association and the Mani- toba Hospital Association. The meetings end today. Dr. Donald Rice, executive director of Ihe College of Fam- ily Physicians of Canada in To- ronto, predicted there will be three major changes in health care: regionalizalion, develop- and power of democratic instilu- tions lo our youlhs or Ihey will carry lilllo red books and cry 'exploitation.'" CAN'T EXPECT CHANGE The 680 convention delegates were told repeatedly by senior government officials not to ex- pect any changes in the consti- tutional position of provincial control over local governments. Premier Robert Bourassa told the coinention that Quebec's municipal delegates at the To- ronto conference will partici- pate only as advisers to the pro- vincial government, j The premier said that despite the municipalities' c o n s I i t u- lional status, there was a role for federal government co-oper- ation in dealing with local gov- ernment problems. Mark McGnigan, Liberal MP f o r Windsor-Walkerton and chairman of the joint parlia- mentary commtlee on the con- stitutions aid in a panel discus- sion that municipalities would be westing their time if Ihey fried lo get recognized status under Ihe constitution. NOTES POPULATION Aid. David Hotenberg of To- ronto said- "I'm from ronto which while eilics remained Lawyers rap jailing of Lcinieiix MONTflEAI, 'Cl'i Tin Quebec federation n[ Lawyers said Thursday the sentencing of lawyer Ttoborl I.emioux for con- tempt of court is "iinaccepla- llieir creatures, hip." "We feel tlio constitution mnsl' Tlic federation said in a stale- be- amended to give us a stains incut Iliiit il was pronounced under Hie constitution and we I immediiilely afler the alleged musl representation at contempt without giving Ilia constitutional conferences." lawyer a chance to offer a de- HB also (old Mr. MacGuigan I fence or contact the Quebec and that "federal members of Parliament have no idea of mu- nicipal problems. In its annual brief to the fed- eral government, Ihe federation demanded participation in con- sideration of pollution, taxation, urban transport, and incentive and economic programs. It also ashed for cities to be represented on a national tax structure committee. Bar. Mr. Lemieux was jailed Tues- day for eight days by Mr. Jus- tice Alphonse Barheau of Court of Queen's Bench for refusing to divulge flic names of the jury members who allegedly told him the results of the jury vola laken in Ibe Jacques Rose kid- napping trial. The trial ended in a hung jury. Socred MLA lakes credil for Byrne report release school graduation last Fridnv. Robert Clark, Social Credit member of the Alberta legislature for Olds- Didsbury, said Thursday it't doubtful Advanced Education Minister Jim Foster would have released the Byrne Inquiry Re- port, "if it hadn't been for my questions in the House Mr. Clark said the method of releasing the report w a s "strange" in view of Mr. Fos- ter's comments about the im- Metropolitan To-1 portance of first revealing sig- has one-tenth of Canada's population. My own ward has about, as much popula- tion as one of the provinces." And yet, he said, provinces have a defined constitutional Copies of report by Dr. T. C Byrne, a former deputy education minister, had been released to the news media yet both college president Dr. Mervyn Eastman and vice- president Dr. Ronald Piters, criticized in the report, had stated they were not directly supplied wilh copies. "Now we have to get on with the job of getting Red Deer College back on its Raid Mr. Clark, a former education 2 Canadians jailed 011 drug count ment of community health centres and extended roles for doctors nnd nurses in family XEROX COPIES Newspaper Clippingi General Prinled or Writfen Forms GENEOIOGY SHEETS PARAMOUNT PRINTERS 1J07 .Ird Smilli IFTHBRIPGE. AIHFR1A 377-3287 parities. He supported in principle the incentive program administer- ed by the department of region- al economic expansion, ''but it: practice outside hospitals. is apparent that the free pro- i gram has had lillle success rie- j spile Ihe large amounl nt money the government has spent on it-" Mr. Stanfield said a Conser- ROME (Denlerl Two young men who said they were Canadians and a Londoner were in prison here todav charged with possessing drugs, police b i i nificant documents to the legis-1 minister. "The government has lalure. Instead, he had revealed tho had two weeks to examine ths report and they should make report, on unrest at Red Deer firm statement on it by the cud community college, at a high of this week." Weather and road report SUNRISE SATURDAY SUNSET I Pinchei Creek I Medicine Hat..... Edmonton three were arrested with Pl'ilh'ie four Italian youths in a minibus in the fashionable residential Parioli area of the city. Police said the two who said Ihey were Canadians were not carrying passports so it was im- possible to check the informa- tion they gave immediately. The minibus had Canadian licencQ plates. The two gave their names as Robert Frederick Spor, 21, from Rocky Mountain House, Alia., and William Thompson Dairy. While-horse, Yukon million as well as another plane and .safe passage lu I'giimla. Two imlal trucks con. 1 Uiining various kinds of curren- I'ics were delivered lo the plane i Thursday. Several of the re- maining passengers and crew were released and the others es- caped by jumping from a win- do-.v while Ibe hijackers uero Inrlnpy Rpillpr rr-pnrlrrl that Mal-V.n Rnnrla or- dered the soldiers to move in on EDMONTON (CP) Closer liaison will] Albert a Indian bands bo sought by the Alberta School Trustees Asso- ciation, a statement by the as- sociation's education commit- tee said Thursday. The committee met recently with oducaiion officials from ibe federal Indian affairs de- mvolvcd SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT ALL THIS WEEK RETURNING GY POPU1AR DEMAND SCOTIANDS STAGE TV RADIO AND RECORDING STARS Special Program on Fri. and Sat. IN THE MEMORIAl HAtt "TWA Brew Lcds" Dennis and Arthur Backed by Vera Sinclair and The Metros ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION GENERAL STEWART URANCH NO. Of A.J[ TOIIAY COUKTKSY HI' A .MA .nvs in Ihe Ulh-1 TOUTS OF ICNTIIY (Oprnln.s and Clasinp Contts hours; Carway 7 a.m. to in p.m.; Del Bnnita 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m.; rtooscvillc, B.C. n a.m. In S p.m.; Kingsgnle, B.C., 2-1 hridgo disrlict are hare nr.d I, Trnn.s Canada Uighuay, hare and dry. 7f) per cent loading rcstric- lien now on Highway fil, from 12 miles east of Ihe junction ol Highway -I lo Koremosl. Also on Ilrjiwny M from 1 milo south of Foremost lo Mnny. hours; 1'orlhill liykerls II a.m. lo midnight. Chief Mountain 9 a.m. (o li p.m.; Wildhorse, a herrie.s. a.m. to i) p.m. POUTS OF I'VI'IIY fOiirniiij! nnd ClnslnR Tlmrsl: CtKllts mum in Hie pnlilie ?-l lunirs: 7 ii.lll. In III p 111.: Del Bdiiila SI a 111 to f> p.m.: ice mil fori.'olleii and I HIKI.SOV I1, C. (I ;i in. In ,s p m 111'.. :'l hours; hn lironchl up -it Ihn Porthill lix'kiMls I! ;i in hi hie( Mminl.-iin flosrd, hargaininf; tnhle. fi, tn ,i p m. ;