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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _______ Monday, Avguil 31, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 onf.ti.nad Ambulance lental health is theme RAYMOND (HNS) An in- bcK-n involved hi vbiSe trying formative meulms was held at to astiM ir. the work. (he Mun home when Mr, Millar, principal of Oil- four mcmbcr.s from the :lian Mcntnl Health Association of visited Raymond to inffjiTjitition 01: IMC or- ganization .itiil its progrum. Those i'ttGiidiny were David Iwaasy, a local man is associated i I fi the organisa- tion foi' the summer months, Mr. nnrj Mrs. Ivan Milliir of Uic Southern Alberta Region Hoard of Mental Health Asso- ciation anJ Mrs. Mclvin of southern office. Mr. Iwaasa tcld those present the four reasons people should be inicrosted in the pro- gram. He lislerl the first, and most important research. Ho spokf! of tiic great strides being made in rcficarc'i and tlic change being brought about through crliicat'o'i knowl- edge hy tlffj nvcrv mnn and woman of the street. The second reason Mr. waasa .said "is .social action." j defined Ihe need for pa-" plished in the past with the assistance of tlic Al- berta and volun- teer workers. Mr. MiUcr showed colored volved in the program while slid', s of the summer sccking a program lo interest bert Patcrson Junior 11 i (J Schorjl, told how he became in- people in community ation camp for patients held rc turned down PJNCIIKK CRICEK f Special) }Jcjiry Potts, Jiaml manag- er rjf the Reserve, at- work. Jle outlined much of the work v.bich lias been accom- 1 ticnls involved ir fun and work. cenlly in the mountains. In the j Council mect- piciurcs the audience saw pa- year FORT MACLEOD PHOTOGRAPHER'S WORK CHOSEN ''Delroil" a photograph Alfred P. McNeil of Fort rAaclcod, was displayed1 at fhe recent 81 sf Annual Exlii- billon of Professional Photography m I he U.S, The exhi- bition, I he world's largest and mosl comprehensive prinl show, was sponsored by ihe Professional Pholographers of America, Inc. ll was held in conjunction with the PP of A's annual convention and technical products exhibil. More than p rials judged by professional photographers from across Ihe -nation, all of whom have earned the PP of A's coveted Moslor of Photography de- gree. Only 300 prints accepted for ihis 5-day cham- pionship display of ihc best I he photographic profession bos to offer. The PP of A is Ihc oldest ana" largest as- sociation of professional photograpliers in the world, wilh headquarters in Des Plaines, Jll. City engineer sharply repri CltANBROOK pcrinlciuJcnt and two other ,sc-I C. CI. Mcckling, city engineer since .Incc 1, HIV I conditional- ly, anri since Nov. 30 perma- nently, has hccn unanimously nnd publicly reprimanded by city council on motion of Aid. Don 'Ellis followed session in com- mittee find Mr. Meckling was instructed in on open meeting lo comply in full to original conditions nf divesting himself nf all direct interest In engi- neering and real estate coi poration.s of which ho was nine city officers in April, 3JJ71, led to hasty council appoint- ment of Mr. Meckling, condi- tionally and without advcrlis- Appointment was made fx-rmiinont six months later. The engineering firm closed its office, but Arehon continued in business nf constructing and operating apartment housing, and iLs sub-rlivision on South Second Street continued lo de- velop. Mr. Meckling, on the perma- nent appointment date, Nov. :iO, nctifiefl Ihc city administrator he had conformed and sold the fiulxlivision property. However, he was married in November to Ihc present major shareholder of the property who continues to hold majority interest. The mayor commented on potential conflict of inter- est since plans for all proposed subdivisions must be approved hy Ihe city engineer, though lie said "there was no apparent abuse nf thi.s power.1' Mr. Meckling has agreed to comply in lull with Ihe condi Lions as soon as possible in divesting his family inicrcsl i the substantial real estate hold ing, hut council .set no spec if LI lime by which I his must be done even though dismissal i alternative. Mr. orif; Jnnl motion for immediate tlis missal found no seconder 01 council. PINCHKH CHEKK (Special) i The Crcc'; "Sclioal j !r' F Division Ko. '2') a (ull com- pit-merit of tca'ji'c-r.s for the.1 1072-73 school year. Divisional I scho'jls v.ill oncn Thursday, ra-c-nic 31 ard IV'k_y. I. far fill Ue K'aeliis" staff. EliK'enls will begin Tuesday, Sept. rations ct M a 11 h e FT. Graio 5; hir, Peter tents to know there is some one [Halton for all Grade 12 students ;ho cares enoueh to take time firai'e 11 students whose s bc-riii with the biters lake place Thu.'s- o a small action or even new thought into Ihe life of a aticnt confined lo any inslitu- irjr.'. The third reason for the pro- gram is public information. Ln his fichJ it is important for the P lo day. Aug. SI from 1 to Friday, Sept. i from 9 a.'n. to 12 n o o r registration takes place for alt Grade 10 students and Grrtle 1! whose public to he given the proper j surnames begin with ihc letters 'nformalion. The final reason is A to service on a volunteer basis. Mrs. Takeda told of the por- ,ion the program known as Ihc "Life Line." Mrs. Takeria has been associated for some time in Ibis portion of the pro- pram which actually i.s only Ire- ing a friend to a patient from the outside walls of the hospi- tal. The three other Ixjthbridge visitors told of ihe success or failure of projects they had Mr. Charles J a c o b will be principal of both Canyon and j Central schools again. List of teachers follows. IflU. I vie? principal, Grade f, Pigflux-, Grade 1; June Phillips, Grade 1; CPara P, NewSove, Grade Ruby f-.. Wfllfjaijer, Grade 7; AyaV-a Nishi- ma, Grade 3; Jacqueline Luco, Grade Canyon School: Ronald J. vice-principal, Grod? Nancy E, Rdhn, Grade 1; W.cPhcc, Grade 1; Laura I. Fisher, Grpde 7; Dabble Sawyer, Grade 1; Patricia WiMWrg. jcr.v.f, J. Has- km.', vice-print! pa'; Shelley vltH, high parl lirnc; Dsrcfby Diy, librarian Vcra I. t-ddy; Gcrlcnd N. Hacfcfrr; Gary AMs'.n" Grade I; Kay, f: Irer.s OcrTiii, Grade 3; E. 3; oCl- Poy C. Cope, Wayne r.ry, virp-principal; Roberl FEJzpal 'ci', v f-nrincipal. ic-nicr hj-jli tiathi- re: Adan-ii; Rc-girald H. Vasilie N. Davidcd; W.arcy E. Jchn Geer; Jciin Hcalon; HJatfy; Lows! I Hol.ind; V.1. '.crnan Jarinson; Patricia K c m p f; '-irk Cyril Richards; )ougla5 J. Smilh; Anthony V. High Teachers: Edward J. Lender. Hcalhci- J. Damnautt; Jchn Davidson; Sylvia Faoro; Alison F. laws; Aydrry Lynn Ian R. RarvJrll; Garlh E. Jchn; Barbara Stuck'ty: Dsle .tu'-Ke-y; H, 1 ynn B e r n i e Veriinger; Elirabttn E. Smilh IN Oj-lan Sirom, band; Jnhn Van :den, Roy Cunningham. ounirlhr; Psulirn" reading E. J. Allen. allendar.Lfi olff- Spring Point Colony school: Irjckscn Grades 1 c1 B; principal: Krusc, Grades 1 ro CoForiy ictiTGl rn te an- lOjr.rrd; Watf-r1cn school; rn Shaai, Grades 1 1o 8. ing recently v.ith plans and ideas fur having the Pineher Creek voluntary ambulance service reinstated for Hie rcsi- dc-i'Ls of the Reserve. Mr. Potts supgostcKJ a code number sys- tem tu be given lo responsible people who. in turn, would rc- lyy a legitimate call to the IICMP who, upon receipt of it, would request tlic ambulance service. While sympathetically rccciv- Council folt that it would better if tl'.e Peigan Re- i equipped a vehicle of its own, v.'itli the Pi richer Creek 1 ambulance assisting them with 1 a strcichci1 and oilier needed articles. Mr. Polls also assured i that thr; mbulance will j any KC.MP call at a time 1 r' rn emergency. MEN WANTED CATTL E AND LI VESTOCK BUYERS We Train and ant men in this area. to cattle, sheep We? train qualified men sonne livestock experi- ence, For local interview, write 1oday with your back- ground. Include your full address 2nd phone number. CATTLE BUYERS, INC. 4420 Madison Kinjji City, Ma. hero from Provincial regimes worst two years agn a.s partner and C? orcl's Act offenders professional engineer in Selkirk Engineerings Sendees and in Arcfion J.ltL, taml (Scvclopors. Sudden DJI principle of city engineer Krie Stin.vm citv dir-iniissHl nf his su- Missin MIKK Press Sin If rilcr A recent ruling by an Supremo Court judge U no alions are not es.sciilial, we dc- majxl overtime pay for workers to try to discourage employers j from extending operations the law is left to local law offi- j cinls and deputy altorncy-gen- j eral Roy Mcldrum says lie can't prose- No one else is you this much i oilier is ;i crime to work on fimidnys in that province makes it- official, but in reality Ihe law ]ias hccn but ignored Harper, assistant general manager of Montreal Hoa rd of Trade feels 1 a ws should be ions under the act. Most opera tons, particularly small ones, Uike advantage of the lax enforcement and con years across the nalmtu Mr. Justice Harold laws do restrict working hours, we would ralher they opera! ions on Sunday. Kather Thomas Kroalch of that the key section of such as a federal Joseph's Floman Catholio IMUNCI-: CiKOfKJK A friar-old Kan man nf a five-day so.'ircli in ggcr! pmntlry in central C. hccn found Day Act is ouLsitlc the jurisdicion of criminal law. Since 190H. the of the law made it In work OH Sundays only for employees involved in essential law ralher Ihan a of municipal laws." Canon A. FC. Ilawes of the Anglican Church of Canada says people will work on Sundays no matler in Kcltnonlon, says Suntlfiy as a day of rest i.s up to Ihe individual. ''Everyone should have lime set -aside to fulfil Inmuin whnlher i.s .Sun- Sam Kazcrrmm, reported issing after a "Section of Ihe Lord's Day Act is, to say the least, stop them.1' "I always work on or he said. As in all other provinces, Al- Hi three companions in archaic, inapplicable overlooks most operalions atcha area, ahout and in no NO on Sundays, in con- ilc.s uf I'rince Mr. Juslirc Ontario, Ihc practice is of Lhc acL e, IrK-alcrl hy n said in haiKling down than elsewhere British Columbia, Allci1- madian forres search and lo most it J'olrrson's Search plnnes, Cross-Canada Survey officials arc even says most operations arc ound parlies .iiui Caii'i'iian shows lo continue Sundays ex- 'igs were used during (he is a spokesman for Ihc where complaints are arch for Mr provincial depart mcnl is brought to hospital job it is (o enforce "plenty" of there Inve hren nn r