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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta May LlTHBRiDQi HMALD-S Yer Premier Dave Barrett grimaces as his attempt to sneak across home plate fails in a baseball game between newsmen and MLAs at Victoria Central Park. Politicians lost and had to treat the victors to chicken and beer. MEAT MAKES THE MEAL CHUCK STEAK ROAST Ib. Lean Ib. BEEF SAUSAGE Top quality. Ib HAMBURGER HAMBURGER PATTIES 50 Ready to barbecue 10 Ib box 10 LOINS OF PORK 1 09 Budget A Beef For Only Month Service Charge WE ALSO DO CUSTOM CUTTING We reserve the right to limit quantities Ranchland Meats Westminster Mall Phone 328-0637 Pricei effective May 1 Day-time TV shows honored NEW YORK The ABC-TV network dominated on Tuesday the first separate Emmy awards show for United States day-time winning in seven over-all categories during outdoor ceremonies televised by NBC. NBC shows won two of the gold statuettes and CBS none. One Emmy each went to The Merv Griffin a syndicated and to public television's a children's show similarly honored last year. A prominent winner was veteran actor Pat who received an Emmy as day-time TV's Actor of the Year for his work in The Other an ABC dramatic special that also won in the Outstanding Drama Special category. Actress of the Year honors went to Cathleen Nesbitt for her role in The Mask of another ABC dramatic special. Awards in 11 over-all day- time categories were made under a new format devised by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Under the new win- ners in specific categories were announced last May 15. They were in competition in general such as Director of the in Emmy award shows Tuesday and Tuesday night. The ceremonies for Hay- time shows were held at the Rockefeller Plaza skating rink here. ABC's four other day-time Emmy awards went to Pas- as Outstanding Game Rookie of the as Outstanding Entertainment Children's Lila Garrett and Sandy as Writers of the Year for their work on a day-time drama special called Mother of the and to H. Wesley named Director of the Year for Miss We Love a special. NBC's winners were Peter Marshall as Daytime Host of the Year for his work on the Hollywood Squares game and The named the year's Outstanding Drama Series The Griffin show won an Emmy as the season's best talk or variety and Zoom as the outstanding children's entertainment series. Gun victim gets EDMONTON The Alberta Crimes Compensation Board has awarded to Robert Hamilton of Edmonton on behalf of his 17-year-old daughter Teresa She is now confined to wheel chair with only partial use of her hands. Miss Hamilton was accidentally shot last summer near Tofield after an afternoon of target shooting with friends. Dayan and Eban dropped JERUSALEM Pre- mier-designate Yitzhak Rabin announced a new Israeli coali- tion cabinet dropping Defence Minister Moshe Dayan and two other key members of outgoing Premier Golda Meir's government. Rabin said his government will continue to pursue the peace policies of Mrs. but he promised some changes in foreign affairs and defence. He announced the cabinet list after getting the approval of bis Labor party. will be a government of continuity and change at the same Rabin told reporters after formally presenting the government to President Ephraim Katzir Katzir praised Mrs. saying the negotiations she led for a disengagement of forces with both Egypt and Syria may have the barriers of many years to the establishment of peace between us and our neighbors Mrs. Meir will remain in power until Rabin's government is approved by probably next week. She intends then to retire to a or communal in the Negev desert. a former Israeli army chief of staff and ambassador to joined Mrs. Meif's short-lived second government when it was formed in March. The cabinet features young or tech- nocrats. Missing from the in addition to Mrs. Meir and are Foreign Minister Abba Eban and Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir. Rabin's coalition excludes the National Religious party of Orthodox and is expected to be the most dovish in years. It includes Shulamit a left-wing lawyer- housewife who is Israel's leading advocate of women's liberation and consumer rights. The government is based in a coalition controlling only a two-seat majority in the 120- seat or Knesset ABBA EBAN The partners are the Labor the Independent Liberal party and Mrs. Aloni's Citizens Rights Movement Rabin appointed outgoing Information Minister Shimon Peres as his new defence minister. Yigal Allon will continue as deputy premier and replace Eban as foreign MOSHE DAYAN minister. Yaacov managing director of one of Israel's largest banks and a political was chosen for the influential post of finance minister. has never held a political post and is described as having no political ambitions Recreation funds in wrong hands EDMONTON -Funds for recreation spending are too greatly concentrated in the hands of the federal government and more should be given to municipal Edward a University of Ottawa said Tuesday. Dr Storey was speaking at the first conference of provincial ministers in charge of recreation programs The m-camera conference drew representatives from all provinces and the federal government With all governments spending an estimated per capita a week on greatest voice should be at the local Dr Storey said need to change resource allocation so the city has more he said. He called for more co ordination and control with better statement of goals and and said many Canadians have as much free time as time and the way they spend it is important to their lives He said there is a need for systematic strategy for developing leisure time services Another speaker at the E J a Brandon University also emphasized increased leisure time. Where 80 per cent of Canadians once found their meaning and purpose in life through now 80 per cent ANCIENT THEATRE ATHENS Remains of a small 3rd or 4th century B C theatre have been uncovered at near the Athens the Greek Archeology Service announced It said the stone stage is decorated with paintings and two statues of the god of entertainment. must find their meaning m he said in an interview. Dr Tyler said government should look at recreation as a social utility that is essential to mental and physical health and provide recreation programs that give opportunities for meaningful experience that occupations once did. 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