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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta g THE U1HBR1DGI HtRAlD Tuesday, Otlobor 17, Doctors are apprehensive about role in medicare CALGARY James i 11. Oshiro of Coaldale. president of Hie Alberta Medical Associa- tion, says the issue ol a tec in- crease for provincial doctors will have to be decided within a year. The problem of equalizing in- cI nes among the medical pro- fession and keeping the average physician's income in line with the cost of living is one of lib priorities as president. "The fee schedule for Alber- ta doctors has not changed since said the 50-year-old family pysician in a recent in- terview, "And whether there will be an over-all increase or rot is some- ting must face in the com- ing year, once we get sufficient data" on incomes to make a de- cision." The association now is doing an extensive survey of doc lor's earnings, he said. Bui lie noted that Iris great-! cst challenge may be in helping Ihu physicians niainlam or re- define 'their role in u changing health care system. "Generally the piolsssion apprehensive iitout what the future holds now that govern- ments are interested in alter- nate methods of health care de- livery such as community health centres with which they say fee-for-service pay- ment is not compatible. "We shall have to examine Invites primafe WARSAW (API John Car- dinal Krol. the Archbishop of Pliilarielplria and the first U.S. Roman Catholic prelate to jour- ney inside the Communist bloc, has invited Stefan Cardi nal Wyszynski, the primate o Poland', 'to visit the Unite; States, he alternate methods thai are >romotcd. "The profession must decide low far it can go in accepting vholcsale drastic changes in he medical care system be- cause such changes may not be or more economical." Dr. Osliiro said other con- cerns of the association will be: Providing adequate medi- cal care in those areas of the province that are not getting it now such as isolated regions with largely native popula- tions; Aging, which he predicts will become a major social and medical problem in the next 25 years as the proportion of citi- zens becomes larger than ever before; Investigation of the ade- quacy of the province's ambu- lance services, especially in ru- ral areas. .loan Kennedy, wife of Mas- ichusctts Senator Edward Kennedy, says she is "still wor- ied that some kook will assas- mate Ted wipe out the last of the Kennedy brothers." "But I have to live with she said in -an interview pub- lished in the Boston Herald Traveler and Boston Adver- tiser. "It !s accentuated, naturally in an election year like this, es- pecially after the attempt or Gov. George Wallace's life. I know the only way to gc rid of this fear is for Ted to leave public life. This is ont. 'He wants to continue and want Mm to. It's what he does best. It's what he loves. And I ad lost their lives as n result t last month's invasion from 'anzania, and asked: "Is that not murder? Obolc is wanted, for all that." Obote lias been living in Tan- zania since his overthrow in January, 1971. More than irekkcd to Auschwitz, persons Poland UK. osnino faces cliallcng w the former nazi death fsctor to pay homage to the "Saint o Polish priest imilian Kolhe who was bea ified a year ago by Pope Pan Father Kolbe volunleerel t suffer an agonizing slo death no food or water wa veil to him for 14 days der to save the life of a fello isoner. For his martyrdom 1 as pronounced ep oward canonization in t oman Catholic Church. JOAN KENNEDY slill believe he's doing u lot ot gooc making a great contribution.' President Idi Amin said 1 Kampala he wants forme president Slilton Dhole to turn to Uganda to answer mur der charges. If found guilty, he will be e: ecuted by firing squad, Am: told villagers in eastern UgaJ da. He said many innocent peop iTVmGHSJGHTSl On New Year's Day nearly iree years ago Mrs. Greg offe of Murray, Utah., and Irs. Aagc Gicssing of Orem, tah. met in the recovery room i Coltonwood Hospital. Mrs. Soffe had given birth o a daughter atid JIrs, Gicss- jg bore a son. Sunday, the two women met gain in (he same recovery ooni. Mrs. Soffe had new on and Mrs. Gicssing a dangb- _r. What about the husbands? Soffe is an undertaker and iiessing works for a headstone irm. P. G. Woilehousc, the British- jorn writer, held a quiet cele- iration of his birthday in lemsenburg, N.Y. with a hand- "ul of friends invited to his Long [sland home. Wodehouse and -As wife, Ethel, 87, have been married for 58 years. Tlie au- thor, perhaps best known for creating the "very British" man-servant Jeeves, has been an American citizen since 1855. Former Newfoundland pre- mier Joseph Sniallivnott says China was a model system to rescue from servitude a billion poor and landless people throughout the world. TUESDAY SPORT: World Series, C p.m., Ch. 7. The third game in the World Series telecast from Oakland. POLITICS: Talk, p.m., Ch. 13. Representatives of the Federal NDP and Progressive Conservative parties will be heard. SPECIAL: Bennett anil Basic, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. Tony Bennett and Count Basic at their best with a blend of music and some of the best songs of today accompanied by a orchestra. CHIME MYSTEHY: mission: Impossible, p.m., Ch. 7 The IMF is called upon to free the leader ot a lib- eration movement in West Africa and end the tyrannical rule of his captor, a ruthless segregationist MUSIC: Ian Tyson Show, p.m., Ch. 13. Gene Mac- Lellan returns to the music scene as laji's special guest. INTERVIEW: Merv Griffin, 12 midnight. Ch. 13. Jaye P. Morgan, Charo, Carole Cook and Marcia Wallace are the special guests. WEDNESDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "All Eye For an 1 p.m., Cli. 13. A drama of violence and revenge as a bounty hunter tracks down the killers ol his family. "Xhy In program thins" ty and Herald Photographic Centra, HURON NEEDLE PUNCH CARPET Great far rec room fun. Easy lo install. 12' fiffi SALE ,Sq. Yd. ARMSTRONG Imperial Accotone ADHESIVE BACKED FLOORING Popular Spanish Redondo Pallern, 6' wide. BRAND KIAHC T I .98 Sq. Yd. The Great Cover-Up! Canfor Pure White Celling Tiles The inexpensive way lo hide old ceilings beauti- fully. Choose prefinished white 12" x 12" or 16" x 16" lifes with tongue and groove joints for easy application. In cartons of 64 sq. ft. BEAVER BRAND NAME SALE PER CTN. ARMSTRONG Place 'n' Press CUSHION VINYL FLOOR T5LE In a variety of colon. long wearing. pka- ers 9 Ja sq. it. real Confer SquareJex Prefinished Ceiling Panels King-size A' x A' panels go on fast and easy for instant new-ceding beauty. Prefinished white panels are V-grooved in 12" x 12" squares. Perfect for rec room or cottage. BEAVER BRAND NAME SALE Alberta cabinet ivill go mobile VALLEYVIEW (CP) Alber- fa's cabinet is lo go mobile within the next two or three years, Premier Peier Loughccd said here. "Our intent Is lo bring the government to the, people, and not demand that the people con- tact the Mr. Lougheed tohl a luncheon gath- ering. The premier explained that, when the legislature is not in session, the cabinet would attempt to cover most of the province. Don Getty, minister of fed- eral anc] intergovernmental af- fairs, said a new exploratory drilling incentive program will CHEC if Morley McGill end Allan Belt: Contemporary Doug Marvin: Contemporary Sports Leo Dowi Farm News Trading Post Grain ,v Call erf the Land Davs King Jack Neuteld Paul Tessicr MONDAY Inru FRIDAY Chec Buiyl Clark Leo Farm News John Brjb Hesketh l-arm Chec-line Cattle Pr CJOC if with Bill Skellon, Rod Whitt, Bill Matheson Sporf Brent Seely and Don Maclean Farm and Ranch Doug Card Music We Remember: Sunday Mornings 6-05 E1IM News, Weather News, Weather and Sports and Sports News and Grain Phone Bill Show Prkts_ Joan TUESDAY NIGHT Prote 1520 World at Jchn Walker John Charles Barry Heciland VUEDNEStlftl CBC News and Ji John World at Noon Farm CHEC FM News, Wthr., Sporls Hourly Six conslel ZM Oori Wa MON. THRU SAT. Ucn WiaefAastcf Concerts (Bob CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Hcdman Sign-OII >enefit Albertans. Mr, Getty said the program allowing grants to be paid to exploration companies on the aasis of footage drilled, would encourage drilling companies to explore the resources in Alber- ta rather than going outside provincial boundaries. "We know the easy oil and gas fields are and they have been developed to some de- said Mr. Getty. "While the new scheme will not result in a boom similar to that experienced in (he late and early 1950s, explora- tory drilling would be encourag- ed to locate and develop second and third-grade TUESDAY NIGHT As 11 Happens Tuesday Night Introduction Tuesday Night News, Wthr., F Capilals Five NI a WeeK Iha 10-30 Orcfiesirst Concerts Radio Noon Rupert's Land Reck j.jj stccV. ;.'arkef SNESDM Eye Opener Ferguses 8-CO V.'orld at a Bob Kerr 8-15 eve Cnennr Hon-.e Run llnThfs Country BBC .ad Signal Natiorij S'.K Tims Politics Provincial Affairs V.'cnd at Six Find wreckage of plane missing on 1968 flight WEILTECOURT (CP) The. t wreckage of an aircraft miss-1 ing since March, 1968, was found during the weekend by a hunter. The RCMP and a team from the transport ministry are in- ve.situating the wreckage which, a defence office spokes- man said, showed no trace of the missing pilot, John names Gibbons of Fort St. John, B.C. Mr. Gibbons, who was 30 at the time of (he crash, left Cal- gary on March 7 for Fort St. John and was the object of a 22-plane search that covered square miles in a heavily- limbered area. Tl- gear nut no emergency crash position indicator. Mr. Gibbons did not make n scheduled radio report at the midway point of the 450-mile trip, near Whitecourl, 100 miles west of Edmonton. Mr. Gibbons was a former Ca- nadian Forces jet instructor and his last posting was at Por- tage, Ulan. See it it's new at Model CF 620 SONY Complete stereo cass- ette carder and FM stereo tuner. CF 620 och a combination ol Hi-FI stereo Inner and complete stereo cassette topa recorder. Now you can enjoy recording or ploying pre recorded stereo cassettes, plui listen to your lavourtla program! on AM or FM. Fealuresi Highly sensitive lune-r, iclid state amplifier wilh IS wollj dynamic tape selector, tape pilot light jacks. CF 610 is housed in a portable enclosure wilh imarl block [ealhorells lid-inlegraled speakers. 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