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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THt LtTHSRIDCE HERALD Friday, November 14, 1972 Hands off family plan EDMONTON (CP) The Al- beita government docs not want to become involved in the ad- ministration of family allow- ances for the time beinc, Prem- ier Peter Loughcod has told Prime Minister Tnideau. The premier tabled a Idler in the legislature this week say- ing (bis and adding that Alber- ta would support an amend- ment lo the proposed federal family income security legisla- tion allowing the provinces lo The Eagles Present The 4 K'S for your dancing pleasure! EAGLES HALL FRIDAY, NOV. 24th MEMBERS AND GUESTS ONLY1 participate if they decide to at some future lime. The letter was dated lasl June. Mr. Ijoughecd said that while I lie province recognizes the bene- fits (lie family income secur- ity program wutild bring to many families in Canada "we must continue lo focus available provincial resources on families with clearly identi- fiable nccls through public as- si.'lance programs." I'llimalely. there in u s t be more effective arrnngeme n t s made in Ihc whole area of in- come support, the premier said. programs were needed lo make responsibilities and costs more equitable be- Iwceu (lie- federal and provin- cial governments ami lo re- duce the complicated structure of the programs. A story for children. Tuesday, Nov. 28th from to p.m. on CFCN Channel 13. Brought to you by Simpsons-Sears. Hohol levels salvos EDMONTON (CP) Labor Minister Bert Hohol says he is unimpressed by criticism that the government's sanction of a compressed work week dis- counts employee health and safety. The Progressive Conservative government earlier this month gave permission lo the Board nf Industrial Relations to start hearings on applications flood- ing in to institute 3 work per- iod for employees of less than the normal five days. AFL CRITICAL The Alberta Federation o[ Labor, in particular, has criti- cized the government's new policy for not taking inlo ac- count the affect of a longer working day the result of compressed work weeks on the safety and hcallh of em- ployees. They also say Hie re- alignment of work hours is to the greatest advantage of em- ployers. LEVELS Dr Hohol refused lo single out AFL officials in countering criticism to the government's favorable attitude towards the compressed work week, but he levelled salvos at all the points they made against the scheme. "We will be conservative in our initial the min- ister said. "One of the things we will monilor closely will be health and safety factors." The AFL has charged the government with using Ihe Al- berta work force as "puinea- pigs" In an experiment. AN EXPERIMENT Dr. Hohol admitted that the new policy is an experiment, adding that "we will compile data as we go along." He refused to accept, how- ever, that the industrial rela- tions board would allow extend- ed hours if they saw an indus- trial hazard. "If management is better off, there is an increment of benefit to the he said. MANY EGGS A good-sized female helllwn- der salamander lays as many as 450 eggs every year. CO m m X en O z CO m STORE Corner of 4th Ave. and 5th St. Downtown During eur Expansion fa our New Store most items at reduced prices ideal for your Christinas shopping. STUDENT ELECTRIC CM A 1ST XMAS DRUM SET SPECIAL 9 ply set GUITAR and AMPLIFIER ONLY GUITARS Full line from METRONOMES MOUTH ORGANS AND MELODICAS GALORE New 1972 Thomas Organs From and UP Also Savings on Just Arrived 1973 Models GRETSCH GUITARS CHET ATKINS COUNTRY GENTLEMAN MODEL Reg. 899.00 NOW ONLY Plui we will include deluxe case. THE GRETSCH "ROCKER" ONLY................ nans SUNN AMPLIFIERS and P.A. SYSTEMS DARIUS AMPLIFIERS and P.A. SYSTEMS ALL AT GREAT SAVINGS JUNIOR ACCORDIONS 2995 For BEGINNERS At and UP TITANO ACCORDIONS Rog. NOW ONLY NEW STOCK '399 MANY MORE TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION 402-5th St. S.-Ph. 328-0843 O to Q_ X LU to co CO to IE u LU LU co TOO LATE, TOO LATE The door is still shut, bul it doesn't make much difference. Whatever it prolecled is long gone. The door is nil lhat remains of Saskaloon build- ing offer it was demolished 1o make way for a senior cit- izen's highrise development. CALGARY (CP) Allanlic Richfield Canada Ud. says it relocate ils Edmonton dis- trict operations office to Cnl- pary to improve company ef- ficiency. Established in lain, Ihe Ed- monton location has become un- necessary because of expansion of operations throughout the' west, company said. Atlantic president. Frwl Hil-; dcnbrand sairt in a news re- Starter kil for collectors OTTAWA Tim office imnnunccrl hern Ilin! ;i starter kit for slamp collcrlrvs ard a reference hook on Can- adian stamps will he msclc available later this mcnlh. The starter kit, designed to stimulate r.tamn collecting, vrill feature historical notes and j postage stamps iUuF.lrali Canada's herilace. The In-ra lease MIC move docs not involve economic considera- tion. ;M employees are bein.c olfcrcd relocation to Calgary at company expense The jnmc, cxpnclcd (o he completed PCX! summer, volvcs production and di-'rict ac- yhfiv ycpr. Imperial Oil Ud. Ir.'irsTeiTccI lo Calvary about rmplnvec.s from i's Edmon- ton prcduciiifl department but in Ibi produc- tion. ruining and acHounli'ii: drnardncrts. T-i late 1070. flhtll Canada innvrd its Erbnnnton cx- ;irrl prodT-ctioti rlivi- srn Thn comnanv paid 275 cninlcyres involved. TEL AY1V (AIM Mrjsh3 Dayan, (ho one-eyed Israeli fcnco had just finished a speech when a visiting India Jewish leader stood up and of- fcrcd lo donate his left eye. bilingual kit v.-ill include Cf-n- j "Thank replied Dayan, adian stamps issued from JDG7-' but lie turned il. down. Tha gon- eral lost, liis left eye during the Second World while light- ing in Syria. lie addressing a convention of c Jews. The reference hook, cr.Liflcd Canada-Stamps ard Stories, will display color illustrations of every stamp issued in Canada. TtoteOneoP TliieWORLD'0 ASAIII nncwrnn n n, MITSUI AND COMPANY (CANAIW) 1 IMIT D. CALGARY, Al Rl IIIA TV HIGHLIGHTS FRIDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "A Fine C p.m., Cli. 7. Sean Cannery as a rebellious Greenwich Village poet to- devilled by love, sex and psychiatry. CHIME DRAMA: "Streets of San p.m., Ch. A mystery linking the mugging of a newspaper ven- dor and the murder of a housing commissioner. COMEDY: Sonny anil Clicr, p.m., Ch. in. ..Jim Brown and singer Bobby Vinton in football sketches about astrology on the grid-iron and a female quarterback! COMEDY: M'A'S'II, 8 p.m., Ch. 7, A rash of petty thefts with suspicion falling heavily on Hawkeye who elects himself the detective. COMEDY: All In The Family, p.m., Ch. 7. The Bunkers' lottery ticket wins but leads to trouble in Uie household CRIME DRAMA: "Lieutenant Schuster's p.m., Cl'. 13. A policeman's widow tries to find out who killed him and whether he was on the take. Filmed in New York Cily. DRIME DRAMA: FBI, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Oregon's Rogue River rapids provide a dangerous escape route for jewel thieves. CRIME DRAMA: "Bonnie anil Clyde." 12 midnight, Ch. 7. The depression-era careers of outlaws Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow with Oscar-winning photography. MOVIE DRAMA: 12 midnight, Ch. In. The story of a love affair between a married symphony con- ductor and a young journalist. SATURDAY SPORT: College Football, 11 a.m., Ch. 7. The two top Canadian college teams meet for (he Vanier Cup at Toronto's Vanity Stadium. The teams arc the University of Alberta Golden Bears and the Waterloo Lutheran Golden Hawks. A AI ATO Radio TV HnULU O Listings Pmgrami ore lined by Ihe radio and Isleviilon ilmloni. Any vbriallon In program ichedult li due to laii- minute changei by Ihe stations and li not the rtipon- tibllity of Ihe Herald or Anglo Stereo and Photographic Centre. if CHEC -fr Mariey McGlll and Allan Bell contemporary News; Doug Marvin Contemporary Sports; Leo Dow Farm News, Music We Remember Sunday Mornings. FRIDAY NIGHT Dave King Jock Neulcld SATURDAY Buryl Clark CJOC if News wilh Dill Skellon, Rad Whill, Bill Spoil Brent Seely and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card. FRIDAY N1GHY 6-00 World Ht 6.00 nona ni six SATURDAY John Walker Request Line John Chnrles News Jack Thys Jim Ellioll Soccer Resulti News, WlUr, Sporls 5HO Eporls Johnny Walker News CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr. Halt Hour WON. THRU SAT. Consiei 6-00 Don Hedmnn Don MacMasler Olf Radio 1010 Calgary Five Nights a Week Notice Board Atlanlic Symphony R'9h1 or Wronfl? Jazz Canadiana This Country Bringing Back Ihe nnwi FRIDAY NIGHT Home Run S.OD BBC News News 6.00 World Dt Six As !t Happeni The Enlcrlalnera _ News, Sporl, Wlhr. Opener From the Capitals Morning Concert SATURDAY 3 30 Musical Program Tha Identities See it it's New at ANGLO CF 450 SONY 'DEtUXE CASSETTE-CORDER With built in electrel microphone; powerful 1.5 wot) ou'pul; swing b o I a n ce automalic shut off sys- 1cm slops sel and lucni off power. 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