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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Februory 5, 1772 THE IETHBRIDGE HEPAID 1? 1 j City practitioners also worried IfJLUI U Ci [iillliBlilllillilllliliilliaitlilBiillllllilllSlliliill] Holiday be open The Holiday Inn in Lelh-bridge is expected to open for business in April, a press conference was told al Holiday Village f 0 Inn will in April Ltd. where he was manager fov two years. Mr. Havers said the Lelh-bridge Holiday Inn is one of seven being opened in By IIUDY lIAUGENfiDKU Slaff a Herald interview that ''city wlicc acting on nfcrmation received from witnesses, obtained a starch warrant Jan. 17, and searched Ihc records of the AHCIC to confirm the existence of certain claims which would indicate such claims a.s information had rclalcd from witnesses. Asked u-lio had initialed the action, Mr. Anthony replied th.it a judge had signed the court order permitting the search of AHCIC files and the seizure c who were heroin addicts, liy quired to meet an addict's him using the ir.ethadone Ire a 1- ger for Iho drug, menl. If is fell this lyps of hei'o n Dr. Crnifi lias indicaled ihal Irualmont will reduce adilic he was slopping all criminality Iwcausc a limited lions lo patients "immcdia't- "mount of Hie trcalmwit pro y scribed druR. methadonc, Mr. Wacko said this meant "ccdcd- not Ihere were a lot of sick people with withdrawal symptoms all 11lc ha5 around the place within a few (ll''cclofr lo hours of the seizure. salc Rlm.llar grams in oilier Canadian ant The methadone treatment 's Sulc3 he says o[ urc of files by police: H It K C r UJ ir aj i P n doctors can lust assume police .'ilc-.s UK- Canadian Hill of mild not have1 done this un- lights doctor patient relationship recognized by the courts. The Alberta Medical Association says existing laws do not protect patienLs against the seizure, by police, of a doctor's medical case histories files. Unless palienls are guaranteed that the confidential discussions they have with doctors will not be used as evidence against them, a loss lo some sort of action adoplion of legislaliun v, iif i Jllld be indicrted later on. No provide legal inn Fon for jumping at priMiil oj d (j rc i i determined. The AADAC is currenllv tak- g over Dr. Craig's patients id continuing the melhadone i 1 OElmonf on them. jjj Civil liberties groups in nine inrii'l 1 I 1 J Q issued a pint state- R lent last week condemning the Srjl{ VI( Jj. n c __________ Q Jim liavcvs of Ijondon, Ont., vice-president o f Inns in Canada, the Caribbean and Ihe will occur and often impair patient health, L e t doctor's files. He cautiously refused, with no, or less serious, to at slake ls sor" mmliral affwts Ihnn hcro'n 1-hinG more." He doesn't claim the action under- y minos Ihr- rnlntinndiin hnlu-r-cn in charge of Ihe northwest divJ-sion; Art Batty, hotel developer; and E. It. (Lefty) Wilson, manager of the new Inn, said April 1 is Hie target dale for opening. Mr. Havers said April 1 will be the opening barring unforeseen problems with equipment and furnishings deliveries. Mr. Batty said one of those problems has already occurred a shipment of lighting fixtures is tied up somewhere by a B.C. snowslide. Bookings for conventions and banquets in the new facility are coming in steadily, Mr. Wilson said. He will be opening an office In Holiday Village in a few weeks to consider job applications. The holel will employ 100 full-time staff and 25 to 30 part-time staff, he Firrl. Mr. Wilson, a native of Calgary, now is manager of the Holiday Inn in Edmonton. He will be commuting to Leth-bridge on weekends for a couple of weeks before moving here. He is not new to Lethbridge. He worked here with the gas company in and in 195o opened Trans Carda new hotel will have 120 guest rooms, two meeting rocms for 25 persons each, banquet facilities for 400, an elevated swimming pool, coffee shop and dining room, cocktail lounge, a cabaret-type lounge operating six days a week ta-turing entertainment three nights a week, an executive suite on the ninth floor, children's playroom and saunas. There will be 99 guest rooms equipped with two queen-size beds and 43 with one queen-size bed. Mr. Batty, owner of Holiday Village, announced that S.Oirf) square feet of office space is being opened immediately above the Glendale Bowl. The city has given permission to reopen the bowling alley, he said, but a decision on whether lo reopen depends on further negotiations with the insurance company respesenting Smith Bros, and Wilson, the construction firm building the hotel. While Ihe hotel was in its early stages of construction the west wall of the bowling alley colapsed and had to be rebuilt Pinsetfing equipment in half the bowling alley was secrecy became an issue after Edmonton city police seized the personal mod i c files of a medical practioner there for allgcdly defrauding the Alberta Health Care Insurance Commission of J13. Dr, David Craig of Edmonton, provincially known for his mefjindone treatment of heroin addicts, has obtained an Al-berla Supreme Court injunction to get the files out of p o 1 i c e tends. According to the AMA in Edmonton, the seizure was within legal bounds although morally questionable. City medical praclioners feel the amount of money is negligible and point out other claim disputes between doctors and the AHCIC have been settled through personal correspondence. Dr. Robert Clark, executive secretary of the AMA says accounts problems occur lo all doctors occasionally and aic usually the result of faulty filing systems. Considerable speculation surrounds the file seizure (particularly since it was not Ihe health care commission which instigated the action) both locally and on a nation-wide level. It M. Anthony, Edmonton chief crown prosecutor said to indicate which individual or group initiated the action. About an injunction to release the doctor's files from the police, the crown prosecutor last week said, it would only lie a "stalling action." The Crown, however, has since consented Uiat the files be returned to Dr. Craig until a hearing on Feb. 21. A previous defence action resulted in the files being stored, under seal, in the Edmonton courthouse. Evidently the medical case history files were seized because they were marked in a fashion to indicate which patient had been charged against the AHCIC. Mr. Anthony said the names of patients would not be used or be held confidential in any ensuing court action resulting from evidence gained in the police seizure of tha doctor's files. William Wacko, executive director of the Alberta Alcoholism, and Drug Abuse Commission, said from Edmonton, the police seizure of the doctor's files "obviously has repercussions for Mr. Wacko said Dr. David Craig, whose files were seized, was treating about 100 Spot Bight Fabric Sale Extended Until Sat. Because of the inclement weather, Eqfon's has extended their big Spotlight Fabric Sale until Saturday, February 5th. Listed below are ten of Ihe most popular items Remember, items previously advertised are slill available where stocks permit. Prices, colours and patterns designed to inspire you to create and Polyester Crimpknit in Pretty Crepe Stitch! Sale 3'6S Yd Imported double knil fabric from England comes in 10-lOVi oz. weight. for year-round wear! Washable, non-crease. Assorted Fine Cotton Favourites Imported from New York Sale 1'69 yd. Prinfs wilh a special oppea For (he young swinger set. Border, gypsy slripes, gingham novelties, patch work in brig hi colour com binal Ions. Machine washable. South Soc better Sodal Credit MLAs from southern Alberta will press for improved highways and increased grants to municipalities outside of Calgary and Edmonton, says John Anderson (SC Leth'hridge ask rhways Mr. Anderson said Socred MLAs agreed at a recent caucus meeting in Edmonton to use this tactic at the spring sitting of the legislature. "We want decentralization (of government tax incentives) to assist all communities under he said. "I'm pressing for decentralization in the field of higher education and1 this means assistance to our university and college." Mr. Anderson said he will work at getting highways from Medicine Hat to the Crowsnest Pass and from Lethbridge to Waterton Park upgraded and highways to all prov i n cial park.! hard surfaced. The Alberta 1 e g islature's Socred members will meet for a few days at the end of this month to discuss plans for the sitting that starts March 2, he said. "One of our Mr. Anderson added, "is help to our municipalities by lowering the education tax which will aid property on The Leth bridge separate school board has decided to (red water on its teacher aide situation. Louise Burke, head of the English department at Catholic Central High School, cautioned the board against moving too fast on the idea of employing teacher aides to assist the classroom teacher. "Teacher aides are working well, everyone I know is very happy to have he said. "But they have only been around for two years so we haven't really had them long enough U> givj a detailed assessment of their value. The board received seven'! letters in addition to verbal presentations on the teacher aide question ard all voiced unanimous approval of the vnl-ue of the It was noted lhat by bavins teacher aides to handle some of the lesser, but ir-aides duties of a classroom operation, tho teacher is to devote more time to educating the Polyester Doubleknit Jersey in Crepe Stitch Sale >d Drapes beautifully. Could be soft, clingy Monk's robe or caftan with hood. Washable, non-crease, never needs ironing. Clear bright Cotton Terry Prints And Wide Choice of Plains 1 yd. Colourfast terry learning with fashion possibilities. Glamourous colours and designs for resott wear, poolsfcfe preening and Jhc beach world. Creaseless, loo. Fealure colours Lime, Red, Pink, Olive, Orange and Aqua. Church seeks money for organ Christ Trinity Lutheran Church members are collecting money to repair or replace their church organ during 1972. The organ has been in the church at 416 12th St. S. since the building was erected 20 vears ago, and was used in a theatre at Calgary before lhat. Church council secretary Dick K e r b e r said when enough money has been collected in the church's building fund, a decision will be made whether to repair or replace the instrument. At a recent meeting chaired by Dr. Gerry Driedger, 60 men> bers approved a proposed 1972 budget for Plans call for the installation of a new floor in the church basement and additional movable partitions to provide more room for Sunday school classes. Elected to the church council for a three year train were: F. K. Huber, William S'lanke, Con. rad and Donald Bartz, and Hans Richier. Christ Trinity is one of three Lutheran congregations in production down Alberta milk production during 1971 totalled pounds, a decrease of pounds or four per cent from 1970 The number of cows being milked increaised to from a year earlier. Average milk production Knit Machine Washable Jersey Sale 3 Yd' Easy to make school and sportswear from this non iron jersey the designs are geared for Ihe young set bugs, flags, flowers. Colours are mostly light grounds with Red, Orange, Green, Lilac, Aqua, and Imported Cotton Poplin New Designs from Brazil Sale yd Bright colours, new designs with a Spanish flavoui. Machine washable firm cotton. Fine for long dresses. Plain colours to co-ordinate far cool summer fashions. pounds, a decrease of 539 pounds per cow. The estimated larm value of milk production totalled an increase of from 1970 sales. This total included in federal government subsidy Favourite Wool Flannel With New Washable Feature ii P'59 d Sale yd. Now even better because you can wash if.' This firmly woven flan.nel fashions inlo tailored blazers, Slacks, and skirts. Available in n wide array cf colours to buy on Neospun Jersey Knit All Easy to Sew Courtelle Sale 5'9' One of our most popular knits in 16 to 17 or. weight. Excellent for suils, coals, pants Washable and non-crease. New spring colours. was By DR. K, L. HICKEN, Assistant Professor of Music University of Letlibridgc. The LeLhljrin'ge Symphony Association can be well pleased wiih Monday night's presentation under conductor Waller Goerzen of Haydn's "Mass in Time of War" and of selected shorter vocal compositions. By and large, the music was performed with enthusiasm and care, and, in spile of the intonation problems which often plague amateur chorus The orchestra accompanied commcndably, but intonation, particularly in the strings, was still