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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 VnHBRIDGE HF.SMO Fiiiltiy. Oilnlior 17. 1171 Regional se.rv planned for Me EDMONTON (CT1 will co-oi-ilimiU- an inlo val Ior a fommunily resource system for Hie (Hive contiti Lii soLitheaslern Alberta i Lonllh ami sui-iul ser ice1 lliciL will co-onliualc heallh and (he of cliniinat it: social services was nnnoxinrtnl wipUcuUmis aw I u vk" here hy Henllh Minister NYU w )i i e h avc exisl vj Crawford I Administration of (ho Ili-ce-l The imnislrr si1 year pilot project will be een- 1 p-epared Lhe trtxl in Mcdicim.1 Hnl. will mi'. [ivovuH1 .loclor's Mr. Crawford said I lie centre, operating ro-jiii" or 1 the (irsl of Us lyre in I'anada, i hods. "Suc-li fucilil re dicine Hal r riled ty of "with jrdain n !he ill in a CCIltl'C al- ready presciU in incw.L of our communities in adequate num- bers and conveniently located throughout the region. Intern lion nl these (ncililies into :t re- gional service delivery syslem ill provide more effective su vice." A 20-member board of direc- tors will be appointed to man- age Hie centre, virt'iil cl.iV Hi thf> innrninn the Calgriry b.yj Owner's un HIE; M.r' Bill Knl.lor Don McDernnrj fj-ujii day fit ft local anci not-var.; re s. -sports. temperature, music, socr-5.. a lota! infor- mation your l.ngertips The Calgary II s a reusing MENTIONED The Wash- ington Post rrporlnd in its Wednesday cdilion, tbat Pres- ident Nixon's chief of staff, II. II. Hnldcmnn, above, has bmi itlcTitiliuil by fcrlcrnl In- as one of five Ni.vrm nssoctalcs authorized lo approve payment, from a srcrft Nixon campaign fund. f.M' Wircphoto) Wolf slaughter action suggested MOXTHEAL The Ca-1 inclian Fcdcrnlion o[ Huiiuuic Sociclirs ycstcrcfay Pre- ttier Koberl Hournssn io hall Quebec's control pi-ograin 'bcfori- cruelty to iinimals be- comes iclcnlilicd with tlie iraacc of Alex MacLaiuln, president o[ Ihe (cderalion, said lie is 'shocked and appalled by tbc plans (or tbis uncccssary slaughter." The idea of rewarding tlic first 5i) successful hunters Ihe lower jaw ot a wolf im- Idcxl in an acrylic block is positively barbaric." Bolh types of wolf prevalent in Quebec are safeguards and nol menaces, he said. Tile big timber voU keeps Ihe deer herds strong by killing off the unfit and Ihe smaller busli wolf preys on dcslruclive rodents. Ttic fcdcralion president said he lias received complaints fionl Britain, United States, and across Canada about the program now in effect ior one niontb. Professor A. N. Auclair, Wal- ter Oechel, William I-egecll and John Spence of McGill Uni- versity have sent a statement protesting the program to Mr. Bourassa and Claude Simard, minister of (ish, game and tour- ism. Tlicy said a low deer popu- lation is "due lo factors other than wolf and that wolves are instrumental in mainlaining tlie quality of n l-amlly a. 20 W-ovifl: Thn 9 W 10 31 T Pink Xounrt Cali Rum.in Hollcfnyi BarHnys Sei'sb 1 3i> Around .1 M Lftsilfl (c) KFBB-TV Great Falli Channel 5 (Cablovlsion Ch. II) FRIDAY Pandora Icl l-.lo or Brady Buncn 1 Famlfy Tfic I Slnry of O.I. ?'JO Kid Pov.er (c) SATURDAY 10 00 Funvy Pnanfom NCAS lo.HO H. R. Pufntlcrr Tne MonVeei 3 Jackion 5 11 30 American ;