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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, December 9, 1571 "itain to scrap mental hospii liriluin t loriaii-vinlaKo "111 n a I i f asy-1 Sir Keith Jrai'ph, mental n Vic- Lethbridge ML A. s fe. housing .i'r; Tin1! Cnnndn reports we lums" within Ihe next I wo for social services, announcing years. ll'" plan to Parliament Tuesday, most ir.enlally-ill paLicnis 1 will be treated in their own homes. Ollr.irs will go to psychi- iilric units in general hosniUils. The main element in the re- direction of mental care will lie a stepping-iip of ccmmunity services, including social work, homes for the elderly, hostels, group homes and supervised lodgings. Tile announced idea is to re- "As Al-1 mote prejudice about mental istcst grow-! aml hL.lp Sllffl.rers lead fuller lives as much as pos- sible within the general com- munity. Commenting on the proposals iiovcrnmcnt; additional housing unil.s yearly to solve tlwjin the lie's i.-nir. prnhk-m John berta is one of Sucinl rri'di! mem- i ing provinces in All.'CTtn legislature j will require more than the ra- tional average." The cost of land, sen-icing, and the constriK-tion of hum's j today, The Guardian said: has continued to spinl. crea-! Ls greater acceptance ting a situation undn' which it i now that is nothing more is almost impossible lor people j shameful in suffering a nervous with low incomes to secure arle- j breakdown than ill having aji quatc housing, he said in a pro- j appendix removed, pared statement. i 'There are few more formi- Mr. Anderson, the member: (table barriers between the pa- for I.ethbridge East and Social' lient and his ability to lead a Credit spokesman on housing, i normal life than incarceration said municipalities could assist I of the mentally ill in gloomy, by lowering the cost of land; remote and forbidding asy- .IOI1N AXDERSOX the provincial government by lums direct grants to assist in the SOME HOSPITALS GRIM down payment required: and There now are 11G mental hos- tile federal government by j pitals through the country eater- eliminating the Jl-pcr-ccnt fed-: jng to patients. are eral sales tax. i grim. relics. The federal government Said Joseph: "In their way could also assist by culling the' th.2 vast Victorian mental hospi- interest rate on mi.rlgagci tals led the world, but they are money, he said. I entirely isolated and often 10 "We must also continue Ihe j miles or more from the homes program of providing low-cost j of their paticrts." rental facilities for our senior j Now the object is to keep peo- citizens who are on low, fixed j away from hospital, he said, 1 incomes." pointing cut about five per cent of Brilain's 55 million popula- tion will suffer front some kind of mental illness during their lifetime. Tile new prcgram will be based on small, specially staffed le.iits in district hospi- i tals. The psychiatric wings, with about 120 beds, will be staffed by therapeutic teams each responsible for a popula- tion area of about 63.000 people. They will he supported by hospi- tals provided by local authori- ties. Day centres to treat out-pa- REBELLION HID Rising In French Canada 1837. Tlw events of 3 7 i-.nvo a special significance today. What led to the confrontation between English and French then? And what has cc-rricd over since? This Saturday, Weekend Magazine a special three-part series from Joseph Schull's excit- ing rur.v uouk, Rebellion, The Rising In French Canada 1837. Discover the relevance today of Louis-Joseph Pcpineau's rebellion IN YOUR IETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE .rents nil! be a feature of ihe which will eventu- ally form a network through tlw country. Kvenlually. Joseph said, tlere will hu aboiit 231 (iisliict hospi- tals. Some already have opened. Joseph added thill the govern- ment had Ixicn encouraged to- ward le.-s rcstridionist treat- ment of Ihe mentally ill by a decline in the number of pa- tients detained in institutions. Only one in 14 patient.1; exam- ined now are restricted to hospi- tal. The only major mental insti- tutions to remain will be secu- rity hospitals where dangerous patients are isolated. Medicine Hat PCs shocked at report .a MEDICINE HAT (CP) A suggestion that Alberta Social Credit leader Harry Strom be asked to run as a federal Pro- gressive Conservative candi- date in Medicine Hat consti- tuency drew criticism here from'.lohn Stanley, president of the Medicine Hat Progressive Conservative Association. He was commenting on a re- port from the Conservative convention in Ottawa that a Medicine Hat delegate had ask- ed Alvin Hamilton, a former cabinet minister, to make such a request to .Mr. Strom. The riding now is held by Agriculture Minister H. A. Ol- son. Mr. Stanley sckl he was "shocked" that the request would have been made without the knowledge or consent of the local executive of the Medi- cine Hat Conservative Associa- tion. Mr. Strom said Monday he would not consider running as a ConseiTative. either federal- ly or provir.-cially. The best tool has the st warranty. 12 Month FREE Replacement Exclusive with Tools "Shupmate power touls that {'ail within one year duo to defective material or workmanship will he replaced without rhartft; fiv he dealer where purchased. Tools that have iieen ahuseri, misused or used in rental service, and m do no! quality for replacement. Thin replace- nient p'an Is void if repairs or replacements have-been made nr attempted, except when complete modular units are replaced in tools of modular const ruction." Steel I-Beam Makes the Difference. No wobble. No burned out bearings. No screeching of parts grinding on each other. Patented steel I-beam keeps motor, bearings and gears locked irt line sn these vital parts constantly v.-ork together for longer life and higher performance. Buy Shopmate, the tools are built (and guaran- teed i to last. They're double in.-.ulated for your safety. Model 2440 Orbital Sander lets you do the rough sanding fpaint removal, etc.) easier and Ftill do finish work, ion. Three assorted sanding sheets included. R.-Mii V.lkif Undflt Model Drill has plenty of dependable power for drilling through wood, plastic or metal. Accessories let you use this power for sanding, polishing and grinding. Auxiliary handle included. Retail ValufiUnrfw 95 Model 2430 Sabre Saw Most versa- tile saw you own. Cuts orl, metal, plas- ics and composition. Cuts scroll designs, makes pocket cuts, even rip-; 2 x 4V Hevel cuts 45" Ivft, or right. Kip and circle cutting tfuidc, 3 blades included. SHOPMATE Modulartools [n] Double Insulated .AtTh csf .-.____ HOYT'S DOWNTOWN 606-3rd Avcnuo 5. Lelhbridge, Alta. HOYT'S NORTH IETHBRIDGE 324 13lh Sired N., Lclhliiidge, Alta. REVELSTOKE BUILDING MATERIALS 1602 3rd Avc. S., Alia. OK flUILDCRS Fernio, B.C. M and R LUMBER Milk River, Alta. NORTH AMERICAN LUMBER Tabor, Alta. ELK VALLEY BUILDING SUPPLIES Sparwood, B.C. BELI.EVUE HARDWARE Bcllnvur, Allti. I.G.S. LIMITED R.C. VULCAN HARDWARE Vulcan, Alia. SIEGELAAR'S HARDWARE Blairmoro, Alta. STONE'S SERVICE STORE Raymond, Alta. SPENCER'S PRO HARDWARE Cardston, Aitct. MARTENS' HARDWARE LTD. Coaldnlr, Alta. GRANBERG and SON Foromoit, Aim, CRESTON VALLEY CO-OP Crcston, B.C. BLARCHCO LTD. Kimberloy, B.C. OHLER'S PRO HARDWARE Slavoly, Alta. M S LUMBER Fort Maclcod, Atta. MARCIAL BLDG. SUPPLIES Blairmora, Alta. CROWN LUMBER COMPANY LTD. Alln. INDUSTRIALIST DIES TOKYO (AP) Yoiohiro Makila, CD, president of Mitsubi- shi Heavy Industries, Ltd., died of a duodenal ulcer in hospital Tuesday. Makita became presi- dent of Mitsubishi, Japan's all-R- est industrial company, in WKI, WIPE AURA Canada covers an area of square miles making it tiio second largest country In the world after the Soviet Union which has an area of square miles. MOST FOK LOVE TOKYO (Keuter) After making a survey of DOS couples due to marry, Tokyo's Marriage Research Centre found that 82 pe- cent were getting married for love and the rest as a result of parental arrangements, Smugglers, shot TEHRAN (AP) The num- ber of executions for violating Iran's drug laws reached 121 Tresday whan four convicted sraigglcrs were killed by firing squads. AT DUNLOP FORD YOU CAN SAVE DURING THEIR 1971 GALAXIE 500 2-DOOR HARDTOP Medium blue metallic with white roof, 400, 2V, V8 engine. Automatic transmis- sion, P.S., P.B., radio. Our Body Shop manager's car. Reg. 1971 Re-ail 1971 SELLOUT 1971 LTD BROUGHAM 4-DOOR HARDTOP 429, 2V, V8, auto, t.ans., P.S., P.B., cruise control, radio and stereo, automatic temperature control, air conditioner, windows and power split-bucket seat medium blue metalic with blue vinyl roof. Regular 1971 Retail '71 SELLOUT SPECIAL NEW 1971 MUSTANG 2 DOOR 17 TORINO 2 door hardtop, medium metallic, automatic Our Genera! Manager's wife's personal car. FORDS, T0RINOS W.W. tires, wheel covers, H.D. battery, block proximately 1 ,700 Equipped with VB, auto-malic, P. 5., radio. Springtime Yellow with black vinyl roof. Reg. 1971 OFFERED Better Ideas. This unit Is equipped with a ihrifty 6 cylinder engine ond is ideal for student, tail '71 SELLOUT CO7CC SPECIAL or teacher for Christmas. '71 SELLOUT COnCd. 'pwUO'f 1971 GAL CUSTOM 2 DOOR (This unit was a Dunlop Ford V8, DOOR HARDTOP Dark blue with blue vinyl roof. 400 2V V8, DOOR HARDTOP Parts demo, low mileage, extended warranty FORD 2 DOOR HARDTOP malic transmission, radio, w-w tires, wheel covers. Reg. 1971 Retail '71 SELLOUT CO7JJO SPECIAL I P.S., P.D.B., radio and stereo, whitewalls and wheel covers, block heater. This is a low mileage demo wiih extended V8, auto, trans., P.S., radio, ivy green and white. Reg. NOW blue, white roof. Equipped with 351 V8, auto, trans., P. 5., P.D.B., radio, block heater, rear 1971 ovailabTe. Reg. 1971 Retail A low mileage beautiful hardtop. Reg. BROUGHAM 4 DOOR SELLOUT COQQC PRICE SELLOUT PRICED Executive driven demo. This unil has app. DOOR HARDTOP Exec, driven miles. Light gray metallic with a green vinyl DOOR HARDTOP Ermine white in color. Ermine white with brown vinyl roof. TORINO 500 Fully equipped with A beautiful and rear DOOR SEDAN V8 engine, auto, 429 2V wheel, pwr. trunk Dunlop Ford rental unit P.S., P.O. B., radio Trans., P.S., cruise control, very low mileage. stereo, auto., air auto oir power in color, V8, auto- tioner, pwr. seat and tinted glass, dows plus many other w.w. 1ires, Better Ideas. covers, block heat- Better Ideas. Regular Re-fail A low mileage demo. Reg. Rc'a I SELLOUT Regular '71 SELLOUT SELLOUT CkCOO CK 1 t JjOO vwOOv SPECIAL DUNLOP'S DECEMBER SELLOUT PRICES IN EFECT 'TIL DEC. WE NEED 65 66 67 TRADES 1969 CMC 910 'A TON 1970 PONTIAC POLICE INTERCEPTOR 1968 CHEV BISCAYNE SEDAN 1965 THUNDERBIRD CONVERTIBLE V-8, with a four- speed transmis- sion. A heavy duty unit with many good miles left. 454 cu. in. motor, auto., P.S. and P. B. Good mech- anically, needs minor body work. V-8, auto., P.S. and P.B., hide- away conv. roof extras. Wai DEC. SELL-OUT Wai DEC. SELLOUT S1447 SELL-OUT S1171 DEC. SELL-OUT S1993 SAVE EVEN MORE ON ONE OF THESE CHOICE USED CARS NOW ALSO SELL-OUT PRICED! 1969 FORD RANCH WAGON V8, auto. Ideal for paint contractors, finish carpenters, and appliance shops. Lot of good miles left in trfs unil. Was DECEMBER SELL-OUT 1969 CHEV BEL AIR SEDAN 327 V8, auto., with a radio, has been completely recondi- tioned and carries our warranty. Was DECEMBER SELL-OUT 1969 PONTIAC STRATOCHIEF 2-DOOR HARDTOP V8, auto., with a radio, original m'lcs and in immaculate condition both inside and out. Was DECEMBER SELL-OUT 1968 DATSUN SPORT CONVERTIBLE 4 cyl. dual carb. motor, 4 spd. trans., radio. This car is completely reconditioned and tarries our 50'50 war- ranty. Wai C1O7VI DECEMBER SELL-OUT 1968 FORD GALAXIE 500 4-DOOR HARDTOP 390 cu. in. V8, auto., P.S. and P.B. with a radio. An extra clean well cared for car. A one owner local CO1! 79 unit. Wai DECEMBER SELL-OUT ____ I unit 1967 FORD CUSTOM 500 SEDAN 289 cu. in V8, auto, and radio. In good condition both mechanically and appearance wise. Was DECEMBER SELL-OUT 1970 CHEV C-10 Vi TON V-8, auto, with o radio, motor completely rebuilt, carries warranty. Good solid transpor- lotion. Wai DECEMBER SELL-OUT 1971 FORD CUSTOM 500 2-DOOR HARDTOP 351 cu. in V8, auto., P.S. end P.B. plus radio. One of our company owned dcmoi with miles. Was DECEMBER SELL-OUT 1970 METEOR MONTCAIM 4-DOOR HARDTOP V8, auto., P.S. end P.B. with a radio and oir conditioning original milos wiih power (rain warranty trans- ferable. Was DECEMBER SELL-OUT 1970 CHEV BEL AIR 2-DOOR HARDTOP V-8, auto., P.S. and P.B., radio. Candy Apple Red with a white roof and black knitted vinyl upholslery. Low mileage. Was DECEMBER SELL-OUT OPEN HOURS: a.m. to p.m. Weekdays THIS IS FORD COUNTRY WHAT DO YOU DRIVE? MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE and 16th AVE. SOUTH PHONE 328-8861 ;