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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 _ THE LETHBRIDG! HERALD Thursday, October 21, Govt. won't chisel in doling out job plan funds OTTAWA (CP) Federal of-, ficials say the government in-j tends to be generous and elastic in doling out million for local community works projects designed to create jobs this win- j ter. The program is part of a million acceleration of federal make-work and job-training plans announced by Finance Minister E. J. Benson in last week's mini-budget. The over-all program breaks down this way: million in loans for job-creating capital works pro- jects to be undertaken quickly by the provinces and, through them, the municipalities. million in mortgage lending by Central Mortgage and Housing Corp. for public housing, home-owner houses, student housing, sewage treat- ment plants, and housing pro- ject land assembly, earmarked for 1972 but now lo Kim settles for LOS ANGELKS (AP) Ac- tress Kim Novak has accepted a Superior Court settle- ment in her million personal injury damage suii against an automobile repair firm. The 37-year-old aciress said she suffered a concussion, cuts and abrasions in 1966 when a car she was driving overturned after a rear wheel came off. be made before the end of 1971. million hi granls for la- bor-intensive projects that will "create jobs without delay" for community improvements, half of the million earmarked for municipal governments and half for voluntary community groups or private organizations. million for federal pub- lic works, including million for grants to exhibition authori- ties or similar bodies to build new multi-purpose exhibition buildings that might be used as community centres. million in grants or tax relief for job training programs including on-the-job training to be offered by employers prepar- ing for expansion, with special emphasis given to unemployed young people. Officials are enthusiastic about the million program for community works projects which are to grow from local initiatives. They liken it to last summer's million Opportuni- ties for Youlh program in which young people dreamed up their Two men kiiletl in truck mishap FOX CREEK (CP) Mar- shall Denison, 34, of Edmonton and Dale Ducharme, 25, of St. Albert, were killed when their truck overturned on a curve near Fox Creek, 170 miles northwest of Edmonton. own ideas and submitted pro- jects for federal subsidy. In Uiis case, the initiative is being left to municipal govern- ments to propose plans through their provincial authorities, and to public-spirited groups rang- ing from service clubs and com- munity groups to propose their plans directly to the federal manpower department. A manpower official said ap- plications for grants can DP made to the department's re- gional offices in Halifax, Mont- real, Toronto, Winnipeg and Vancouver. Binding criteria for approval of the projects have not yet been written, but officials said they would probably be gener> ous in the scope of projects to be subsidized. Approvals will, MR. DOUG DUNLOP PRESIDENT DUNLOP FORD SALES LTD. PRICE FREEZE TO END! Save 5200-S300 now! ON 1972 MODELS Beat the price freeze buy now You sove by getting today's high trade-in allowance For your pesent car, plus you'll bent the probable price increase which is coming soon. Dunlop Ford have over 75 brand new 1972's in stock ready for delivery this at prices that comply with temporary factory "price freeze" p olieies. 1972 PINTOS 1972 MAVERICKS AS LOW AS AS LOW AS SACRIFICE PRICES ON ALL REMAINING 71'S IN STOCK! ONLY 30 1971 MODEL CARS LEFT AND 3 LIGHT TRUCKS! 1971 TORINO 2-DOOR HARDTOP Medium blue in color. Dual racing mirrors, H.D. battery, auto, transmission, ww tires, wheel covers, bodyside mldg. and many other Ford Better Ideas. AS IOW AS 1971 MAVERICK 2-DR., DEMONSTRATOR Equipped with 302 V8, 3 speed floor stick shift, ww tires, wheel covers, radio. Only miles. Bright Red in Color. vAtuE C97QC PRICED AT I WW 1971 FORD LTD BROUGHAM 4-DOOR HARDTOP 4 of these models left. Fully equipped, automatic, air conditioning, stereo, electric windows and As low as YOU SAVE OVER 1971 MOO SPORTS CUSTOM 302 V8, a u r o. trans., sliding rear window, rear bumper, overload springs, body side moulding, ww tires and wheel covers, this is our with low n 4708.90. YOUR LOW PRICE ONLY parts demo. niles. Regular A HUNDRED QUALITY USED CARS AVAILABLE FOR YOUR INSPECTION! 1967 DODGE POIARA 500 SEDAN 318 cu, in. V-8, auto. Trans., radio, Maroon with White roof, real clean interior. 4hQQR PRICE FREEZE SPECIAL 1968 CHEVROLET BISCAYNE SEDAN 283 V-8, auto, trans., radio, Blue with simulated vinyl roof, good economical transportation. PRICE FREEZE SPECIAL C I I OPEN HOURS: a.m. to p.m. Weekdryi to p.m. Saturday FORD THIS IS FORD COUNTRY WHAT DO YOU DRIVE? Corner Mayor Mograth Drive, 16lh Avenue S. Phone 328-8861 however, be controlled for au- cliling purposes. "Tliis said the de- partment, "is intended to do the I best possible good for communi- ties while putting the greatest number of people to work." Community organizations and I private groups should submit their requests for grants before Jan. 31, 1972, but they will be approved or rejected as rapidly as they are submitted before that. REMIT LABOR COSTS The provincial and municipal loan program is to be in effect until March 31, 1973. But the federal govern- ment will cancel three-quarters of the amount loaned that Is spent on labor costs by next May 31. The million is earmarked for distribution among the prov- inces on this basis: Newfound- land, million; Prince Ed- ward Island, million; Nova Scotia S7 million; New Bruns- wick, million; Quebec, million; Ontario, million; Manitoba, ?9 million; Saskat- chewan, million, Alberta million, and British Columbia, million. These loans are to be repaya- ble in a lump sum at any time, or in installments spread over 20 years, at interest rates still to be determined. The million in loans to exhibition commissions to help build multi-purpose fair build- ings and facilities will be made by the agriculture department and repayable over 30 years. The government said legislation may be introduced at the next session of Parliament to make this a continuing program. The S80 million federal works program will include stepped-up repairs for federal public build- ings, marine facilities, military bases, airports and canals, and forestry and fresh-water fish- eries improvements. Through the industry depart- ment, the government will also help build hiking, snowmobiling and ski trails, tourist shelters, foot-bridges and first-aid posts. U.S. 11-PCT. BI-ACK WASHINGTON (AP) The census bureau reports a black population of in the 1970 survey, about 11 per cent of the people in the United States. Danish queen ill Queen Ingrid was operated on Wednesday for a stomach ulcer, and the surgeons reported after- ward she was in satisfactory condition. Teachers set to strike LACOMBE (CP) Media- tion talks will continue today in an effort to avert a threat- ened strike by more than teachers in central Alberta. Ron Hitchings, communica- tions consultant for the teach- ers, said Wednesday the Battle River School Authorities Asso- ciation presented teacher rep- resentatives with a position paper which is being studied. Mr. Hitchings said teachers are prepared to strike but no action will be taken until the final results of mediation are known. He said the teachers have set up a committee to supervise the withdrawal of services in the event no agreement is reached in current negotiations. Foster homes inspections suggested RED DEER (CP) A com- mittee studying foster care m Alberta was told yesterday that the department of health and social welfare should hire peo- ple to inspect all foster homes in the province. The hearing was attended by about 20 persons, most of whom liavn been foster parenls. No written submissions were pre- sented. Many of the people at Urn meeting expressed concern that some foster children are being placed in unsuitable homes. Some complained that the de- partment does not thoroughly investigate future foster par- ents and workers don't visit a home enouph ;Vlpr placement. "You cannot get rich being a foster one mother told the hearing. "So if you're not taking the children for themselves and the love you can give them, you have no business doing it." ABOUT TUKNN BLACKPOOL, England (CP) A Welsh motorist, who thought he was on his way home south lo Cardiff from this Lancashire seaside resort, could not believe his eyes when he crossed I he Scottish border. Trouble was he had entered Iho norlh-boiind lane of an express- way without it and was 250 miles off course. ITV HIGHLIGHTS! THURSDAY MOVIE DHAMAi "Tank p.m., Cli. A World War II story about five POWs who escape into the Libyan desert. DRAMA: Funny Face, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. Bombs are explod- ing and Sandy is an intended murder victim. DRAMA: Longstreet, p.m., Ch. 13. A slate prison is the setting for a drama that affers timely insights into life behind bars. CRIME DRAMA: O'Hara, Treasury Agent, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Marilyn Maxwell plays an aging siripper in this drama about O'Hara's efforts to break up a counterfeiting ring. COMEDY: Dean Martin Show. p.m., Ch. 13. Wayne Newton, Paul Lynde, Rip Taylor and Don Rice III are Dean's guests. MOVIE DRAMA: "Seven Days in 0 p.m., Ch. 7- A gripping poUtical thriller about a planned military coup in Washington, D.C. MOVIE SCIENCE FICTION: "The Eye p.m., Ch. 7. The strange inhabitants from a flying saucer terrify a lover's lane. FRIDAY MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Lady 1 p.m., Ch, 7. Maureen O'Hara plays the legendary lltli century English vixen in this story of court intrigue. Trimbles Programs are listed by the Any variation in program skedule; is due to lasf-mmute changes by the stations and is. not the responsibility of the Herald or Trimbles Tire Supply. THURSDAY NIGHT Richard Gordon Barry Hegland FRIDAY Jim Shearer CHEC Country Digest John Oliver News, Sports Richard Gordon Checline News, Sports Leo Dow News, Sports Hour of Information News, Sporfs Call of the Land Bob Hesketh cjoc Probe 1220 News, Wthr, Sport News and Grain THURSDAY NIGHT Show World al 6 FRIDAY Request Action Jim Elliot Line CBC News Prices Rob -Ingram Show News, Wthr. Sport John Walker Show Phone Bill Show Ma'ine" Doug Anderson Wayne Barry Rob Ingrarn if CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour MOM. THRU SAT. Bob Cencie Don Hedman Don McMaster Major News Major News Major Newi Miks a.m. Don McMaster CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary THURSDAY NIGHT Home Run World at Six As it Happen! Muslcsei News, Wthr, Sports Elwood Glover From the Capitals FRIDAY Five Nights a Week Eye Opener Prairie Chamber World at Eight Music Eye. Opener News World at 9 Winnipeg Orchestra This Country News, Wfhr, Sports Radio Noon Take It From Max Ferguson World at Six Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 llth St. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL OVtR MfltS? FOR SAFETY'S SAKE DRIVE IN FOR A RELIHE 29 .95 24 months or milei "Reline and install bonded brake linings Check wheel cylinders Check master cylinder, brake hose, front bearings and seals Repack front wheel bcarina LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) THURSDAY NIGHT Truth or Consequences Teleprobe 7 Petticoat Junctior Movie: Tank Force O'Hara U.S. Treasury (c) Movie: SevRii Days in May News Teleprobe 7 Movie: Eye Creature (c) Romcer Room Mr. Dressup City Story Friendly Giant Our Town 1C'.1S Chci Helene 11.00 Sesame street TEA Our Town Movie: Lady Godiva Galloping Gourmet Take 30 Edge of Nlqht Psychiatrist (c) Drop In Triitd or Consequences (c) CFCN-TV Uthbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) THURSDAY NIGHT Buckshot Fllntstones (c) Gunsmoke [c) News (c) Funny Face (c) Longstreet (c) Dean Martin 'O FRIDAY Pierre Berlon Thought for Day Norlh Mapla Mews Bewitched University ol Air Beat the Clock (el Yoga (c) Movie: Doctor In Ma _________ _. fl: 30 Uncle Bobby (cl Man Trap (c) Here Come the 70s Program Hi Lights Another World Bold Onfis Fashions in Sewing Anything You Can News (c) Parlons Francois Do (c) News Ett Allen (c) d-00 Dick Van Dyke Dirt si; ions In Conversation Buckstiot (c) David Frost All About Faces Flinlstones (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 {Cablevision Ch. 9) THURSDAY NIGHT News News (r.l Dinah's Place (c) secret Morm Jack LnLnnno (c) One Life lo Live Audrey (c) Our Lives (c) Galloplno Gourmet General Hospital Owon Miirshatt (c) Wlioro the Heart Is Ttirro on