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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE UTHMIOOI HWALD WtAmJoy, April I, CMHA Philosophy Outlined At Meet Molly Mitchell, esecuUve of- ficer fnr the Soulhera Region of the Canadian Mental Health Association, outlined the prime philosophy and aims of the CMHA to a group of interested persons Monday night. They are: to strive lo prevent mental illness and mental dis- ability; to ensure the best pos sible care, treatment and re- habilitation of the mentally ill and the menially disabled; to promote research into the causes, treatment and preven- tion of mental illness. To protect and promote men- tal health; to secure the sup- port of the public in such work; to co-operate with other.agen- cies and associations, both pro- fessional and non-professional; and U> urge governments at al levels to lake legislative financial action. Because volunteers have made a valuable contribution to the care of the mentally ill through the mental hospitals all possible e n e o u rageroen should be given U the CMHA volunteer program by the gov eminent said Mrs. Mitchell. Where do these things fit into our community and irhat U the CMHA doing about them in this region? In public education, for near rj a year, the CMHA has the active support of the Leth- bridge Jaycees who have given programs in the evening to women's and men's orgamza (ions that have asked for them Professional education has been applied through a series films used by the city police deparlmet. In addition CMHA supplies ana media with TV ami radio spot announcement aad lewspaper articles and lie- arts. At a local level CMHA social actioi nroeraan Soutfaen AterU to assist the stimulatkn the citizens to participate at- the emptememation of the Blair Report. The report was a study by Dr. W. B: X7. Blair of the University of Calgary into m tal health in Alberta. Dr. .Han- made a report of his frotnap and made recommendation to the provincial govemmerf putting the care and tiertntnt of Alberta's mentally in. The'SRCHHA will receive from Lethbrklge Unit- ed Appeal and from the Edmonton provincial office of the CMHA. The rest of the money for the 1970 budget is expected to coice from sources such as in- dividual contributions, mem- bership, city aod municipal grants and various fund raising 30-Ooy Sentence Theft of a box of re- sulted in a man beW sen- tenced to 30 days in jail when be pleaded guilty in magis- trate's court Monday to a charge of shoplifting. The man has a tenetbv rec- ord, including theft, believed to dale back as far as 1933. 1AU STIU. ACME The Three Alberta capital fund campaign recent- ly received a contribution from BACM Ltd., which will 90 into Hie fund's general revenues. The campaign seeks to raise million by 1972 in non- government donations, which will be matched evenly by the provincial government. In Lethbridoe, BACM Industries operates the Consolidated Concrete Plant. Shown above in" Ihe cheque presentation ore, left to right, Dr. A.. W. R. Carrrthen, president of the Uni- versity of Calgary; B. A Monk man, vice-president of BACM Industries, Calgary; L A. Tharssen, chairman of-the Alberta universities commission and chairman of the Uni- versity of Calgary.board of governors; and JyL Bodie, vice-president of BACM In- Little Change Budgeted For EDC Expenditures MUSK FESTIVAL ADJUDICATORS Robert Irwin' flefl) of the University of ManHofaa department of musk and John Pauli, Alberta school readier and private instruc- tor, are the first two adjudicators announced for the 1970 Lethbridae and District Kiwanit Music Festival. The- festival, to run April 24 to May 2 in four Lethbridge cen- tres, will 'be attended by about 900 music students, rep- resenting "entries. The number is almost exactly the same os that for the 1949 festival. Mr. Irwin, who ad- judicated in Lethbridge in 1967, will be handling vocal and choral classes. Mr. Pauls, who will look after school music classes, for three years taught at rne Alberta Men- nonite High School in Coaldale and for two, directed the Coaldale Community 'Choir. This year's budgeted expen- ditures for the dry's Economic Development Commission, ap- proved Has week by city coun- cil, h about the' same as the' last two years, a review of the figures shows. Council approved expendi- tures of Has year com- pared with an actual expendi- ture of last year. Last year's preliminary budget, how- ever, called for expenditures of but when the'EDC man- ager resigned early in the year, and it was known a successor would not be appointed for sev- eral months, the budget was re- duced to Deonis 0'ConneII, director of economic develop m e n t, was hired later than anticipated, re- sulting in the even lower ex penditure. In IMt the CDC bud- geted for an expenditure of and spent Major expenditures this year Include JQ salaries for a staff which is to be increased to four in September, and 000 for publicity and public re- commercial, educational and cultural ilies and opportunities. To prepare and maintain a library of statistical data, di- rectories, economic and indus- trial trade and technical data and other informatipn, includ- ing federal, provincial and mu- nicipal statutes, together wirh information on tariff and cus- tom regulations. In conjunction wiUi .me provincial government, the Old roan River Regional Planning Commission, etc. to identify and clarify the following: and projection of manufacturing capitalization. determine interest in manufacturing under 'license, royalty or joint venture. determine productive capacity available. determine products, etc. at present brought tto the area whkh could be replaced by local man- ufacturers. what productivity gttpt exaw.. provide an m depti sbidy for comprehensive wiinn trial directory. determine bousing by income level, type of ac- comnnd a t i o n, direction of growth etc. determine utilities needs by category and by growth lev- els. detenuLDe other sporting, and cultural faoHie. and pro g r a m s' needed by growth levels. To netename and identity areas of research louukiug re- search in greater depth, and to recommend methods of carry- ing out that research. To determine research re- sources. To research information area to determine where NOTICE! ANNUAL MEETING! LETHBRIDGE FAMILY SERVICE 1120 7th S. APRIL 16th 1? NOON ruBUC IS INVITED TO ATTEND) Mr. (yComell outlined in the budget the following func- tions of a research officer for os To act second In com- mand and to be "heir appar- ent" to He director. e To manfijti a program to ntiate and maintain a pro- gram to identify, locate and set vice new resdenhal, com- mercial and manufacturing op- the Lethbridge To carry out economic re- nd statistical analysis respecting market pa-nyi and feasibility reports: covering the foUowing: available and poten- tial-markets; raw materials; and other devel- opment coats, etc, Generally to carry oat tag range phoning to iden- tify the need for residential, LYLES'S HARDWARE FLOOR MODEL CLEARANCE SALE FEATURE SPECIAL WEST1NGHOUSE AUTOMATIC DELUXE ELECTRIC RANGE InflnrH Hwt Central Atitonvtk OVM Autmwtk OirtM Gbti Oven Deer RemavebU Q-itr, Mlmn InrnW Iff Merry Widow At Yates April 21-23 Tickets are on sale at Leister's Music Store and Catholic Cen- tral High School for the forth- coming CCHS production of Fran: Lebar's ever popular op- eretta, The Merry Widow. The operetta, featuring a cast of about 65 students, will run April Zl-B at the Yates Mem- orial Centre. The three-night mn win be pteiedeil by a stu- dent ikm nlMinl perform- ance April If. Produced and directed by Manna Veiling, the musica win feature Grade 12 student Betty Kotodoej in the title role Other principale are Greg Royer as Danilo, Frank Srner ek it Pierre, Trudy berg Natahe and Steve Hex arm u Popoff. Music director B Slater Mary Syn phony Oirbestra conductor Wi fred directing an op- eretta mchtaUa of aboul 15 ii> most of them wn QM AyDipniiDy. The Merry Widow is the tWr peretta for CCHS, frfkwin in and Brigadoon ast year. The work, written in 1915 and to be performed m a new up- lated version, indudes sirfi well-known gongs u Delia, and the Merry Widow Waltz. esign a new modei for the ra- ture based upon the current op- erating model' and taking into account all .likely new projects; developments, commercial and manufacturing; and other crea- ive economics. It would abow bow world, national aad local Reg. 249.00 NOW ONIY 198 NO DOWN PAYMWT-FRK DCUVEKY EASY BUDGET TERMS LYLE'S HARDWARE 414.416- 13 Street N. Phones 328-3541, 328-3545 To develop a mulator model for Letnbridge and district This would'entad Ihe inventory of resources aod facilities, designed in such a I euuuuuuc current- try Lethbridge K what it IS.' Not, to compile detailed measurements that reflect the dual happenings n suet .erms'as schools, public works, etail trades, populaCMO rowth, money flow as and out etc. Than, to detign a cor- >ot working model leflectiug day trade fkrw aad candi- ons.' The next step would be to markets will affect me i wooH afao show what are ential indmOiri cod other de- veJopm e n t a 1 poaifbWei and bnr effect when 01 jethbndge aod the ng district. Finally, to outline by scale, measurement and table sach new proposed wffl Wootw It dnctly affect Tfenoes and costs to fx wiB also in- dicate what is needed la pUa- niog tor these uivjecla by t movable scale model to coin- cine with aorio economic events. The whote endeavor wonU be to build a mamanaticat model and computer Requjremenui phisticatiDit, cost, power, time snaring aapecti, etc. The effect of the tread to machine iDtenafkatkn from labor intensification hi tnana- faclurrng and aoinutDre vis LeOfcrioge. To generalry oo oromate and direct New Shipment Just Arrived! AR exceptional coHecliop by a leodiMj maker NewSpriM) FoshiOii Stripes SAVE TO 60% ON MUFFLER REPUCEMENTS A MUmR FOD MOST CARS FtH WSTALLATtON 10 MMVTI MtKCTION AND KTIMATK AU AT INUTB FFUER (nMTALLA-nmal Phone 31M1M SOt Mi South Suit yovrwlf, and itrike h rteh ehoeie brMfnxh (3x7 or or 2 and 3-burton English-looir- wool In- OVvt, Brown or end Tall. to 46. 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