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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Canmore shutdown won't hurt town CANMORE, Alta (CP) A shutdown of Canmore mines Ltd would not have z serious eflect on the town. Mayor Al- fred Miltins said Friday. "Most of the people living in the town are not miners and the mine Is not inside the town limits, it is in a local improve- ment district across the Bow River." C. W. Gregory, executive vice-president of the company, announced Thursday the mine may have to be closed because Jepanese coal purchasers want to stop buying coal. Negotia- tions were continuing with the Japanese "bin the prospects Gasoline scare SYDNEY, Australia (API A strike by 650 oil tanker driv- ers dragged into its seventh day as motorists used their last drops of gasoline. Six hundred of Sydney's 2.000 gas stations were closed. Those still open were severely rationing flirrn'n- ishing stocks to regular custom- ers. do not look all that good at this time." Mayor Millins said the 152 persons thrown out of work be- cause of the closure would be eligible for unemployment in- surance for about a year. Construction will begin short- ly on a S30 million extension to the cement plant at nearby Ex- shaw which will employ several hundred workers, he said. Mr. Gregory said the com- pany has a ID-year contract, expiring in 1978, which calls for at least tons of coking coal to be shipped to Japan this year. "A production of tons annually is requir- ed for us lo break even and unless our Japanese contracts i are honored, it is extremely un- I likely that anything approach- i ing this tonnage will be forth- coming." In Ottawa meanwhile federal and Alberta energy ministers will bold a meeting soon to dis- cuss the threatened closing of the Canmore mine, Energy JDn- Donald Macdoaald told [the Commons Friday. Will 1973 be one of your biggest years... Or one of your slimmest? There's never been s better time to join Weight it's our tenth anniversary year. Over the years, we've spent millions of hours helping people lose weight and keep it off. And ail this experience is ready lo help you now. Ready to help you 1973 your slimmest year ever. ST. AUGUSTINE'S ANOUCAN CHURCH Street and S. Tuesdcys p.m. end p.m. CASDSTON UNITED CHURCH TABER CIVIC CENTSE Wednesdays. 7.30 p.m. Ihursdayi p.m. CARDSTON, ALBERTA TABER, AL6E1TA SOVIET MOON MEMENTOS The Soviet news agency Toss released this pholo of plaques carried to the moon by its unmanned spaceship, Luna 21. At top left ii a portrait of Soviet communist leader Lenin end the words, "50 Years, At lower left are the words, "January, 1973, Lunokhod the name of the self-propelled moon rover on the mission, and a drawing of it. I n the centre are the "50 Years, U.S.S.R." Plaque at right reads, "Luna 21, January, 1973." Notley says rights bill disregarded FORT McMURRAY (CP) Two cabinet ministers have disregarded the Alberta Bill of Rights in asking RCMP to In- vestigate three citizens critical of Slave Lake round] members, says proviceda! NDP leader Grant Notley. Jlr. Not-ey was discussing an RCMP investigation into the background of Bruce Thomas, publisher of the weekly Slave Lake Oiler and two residents of the area. Mr. Thomas has published articles critical of an alleged conflict of interest of council members. "The government's Ity will only K the premier himself apoKglmi to the three peoplt Investigat- ed and repudiates the actions of the two members involved and commits the government I to an unconditional guarantee that this kind of shabby per- foramancs will never be repeat- ed said Mr. N'otley. AJ Adair, minister without portfolio In charge of northern affairs, asked for toe investi- fatioa and Attorney-General Men- Leitci egreed to tie re- quest. Istvrdey, Jonuory 27, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HRALD It Peacock critical of quota curbs EDMONTON (CP) Quota restrictions imposed by the Ca- nadian Wheat Board on deliv- eries of rapeseed by producer 10 processors within Alberta were opposed today by Fred Peacock, industry and com- merce minister. He charged that quota re- strictions discourage production of rapeseed, "because other cash crops are inhibited by quota restrictions." Mr. Peacock said federal re- strictions are "unrealistic'' be- cause they preclude delivery by farmers to crushing plants end force domestic movement of rapeseed through elevators and railway can needed for export grain shipments, "The wheat board's rote Uffl j in international trade not in j regulating movements within i the said Mr. Pea- cock. "Federal administrative pol- jicies of this type are in con- flict with the regional develop- ment position taken by oliei federal departments." Insanity diagnosis test raises many questions Zenith 0-6124 (Toll Frei) WEIGHTS WATCHERS, EXCLUSIVE DEALERSHIPS AVAILABLE THE MOST AMAZING VACUUM CLEANER TO BE OfFER- ED TO TKE PUBLIC IN YEARS, BUILT BY PRECISION CRAFTSMEN IN GERMANY. VORWERK The Revolutionary 4 Way Vacuum Cleaner, you must see to believe. For more information on obtaining an exclusive dealer- ihip, clip out coupon below and mail 1o FAIRFIELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. 1244 3rd Avenue South Lethbridge, Alberta Please send me oil available information NEW YORK (Reuier) Can: that they no longer experienced you iell ii the man who claims the symptoms. accepted he hesrs strange voices is sane medication, but flushed it down or n017 the toilei. They openly took In a esoerirnent. EKes on Lheir observations, people were into men- Although the staff did not de- la! institutions by pretending to iect their ncrmaliry, some other be insane and were not released i patients did. They were 5ome- for several though tirts sccosted "by other in- they dropped their phoney who said: not symptoms on admittance, crazy. You're a journalist or a The experiment raises far- professor. You're checking up reaching questions about the en the diagnosis of They were finally discharged when it is claimed as a defence after hospital slays which in criminal has ranged from seven :o K days sparked a furious debate in psy- with an average of 19 days with chiairic circles here. a diagnosis of "schizophrenia "in "We now know that we can-! remission1' (symptoms in abate- rjct distinguish insanity from. sanity" concluded Dr." David NORMALrn- IGNORED Rosenhara. who conducted the experiment. Dr- Hosenhain. himself a He is a professor of psv.! said that once la cbology and law si Stanford bdled abnormal 'many of the rniversitv and outlined his find- Pseudopauenfe' normal behav ines in science, the journal of were overlooked entirely or the American .Association for j misinterpreted." the Advancement of Science. I. Fcr instance, their note-tak But his article was described j11? Tas regarded as pathrtog as "doctrinaire, biased and: ical- emotional." by a leading New "Patient engages fa writing York psychiatrist. Dr. Nathan behavior." was the daily nurs- Kline, In an interview with Reu- ing cornmejit on one of the ter. pseudopatients. who was never The eight "pseudopatients." questioned sbout his writing who included three psy-; PseucopaSents had the sense choloeists. a pediatrician and a thev were I "If sememe comes ateg End says they're hearing voices it's quote proper to admit them and e to keep them in for observation, even" if they say the nest dsy Lhst they don't hear them." He said It was ridiculous to raise fears about many patients being detained :a hospitals be- cause of a mistaken diagnosis. "His people didn't have any i trouble getting out: they didn't have to be rescued." Questioned about the impact of Rosenham's experiments on court cases involving an in- sanity defence plea, he said: "Yes. its going to be grpat for lawyers who say psychiatrists don't know wnst they're talking 1 about." ALWAYS HCXGHT A yrjung bird may get tti weight In food dtr. 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All toM the admissions office tha: they had been hearing voices, which said things like ''empty.'' '-hollow." and "thud." Otherwise, they told the truth about themselves. AH were admitted, apart from one case, with a diagnosis of schizophrenia. Once inside, they immediately stopped showing any siois of abnormality. When asked by the staff how they felt, they said "fine." and an entire ward Roseaham concluded that current csiegorization of mentaj illness is "useless, snd misieading." 5IKTHODS DEFENDED But Dr. Kline defejjed con- ventional diagnosnc methods. "Any physician is dependent on the history given hiia by the patient.'' he said. You'd better hurry. Feb. 28th is the last day. The last day to save on your 1972 income tax. -J con save on inccne tax new you save far your Up to can be ceiucted vour taxable income when deposite in any of our Registered fietreceu! Savings Plans. Slop by and see us fci Information. Registered Retirement Savings Plans. Royal Trust (JJ 740 4th Ave. South Lethbridge, Alberta Phorm 328-5516 set up VANCOUVER (CP1 Broad- j cast News which pioa- development of voice re- ports for new? in Canada, has started a regional voice net- work for British Columbia. The regional service, first by ar.y Canadian national audio service, deih ers national, inter- and regional to STibscribing stations BN Voice was set up in 1961 sr.d now serves S9 the largest such opertion in Can- ada. EN was organized in 1953 a? a co-operarive effort of broadcasters and The Canadian Press. Canada's national news- gathering organization, to pro- i vide a comprehensive news ser- I by teletype for privately- broadcasting stations in Can.-d.-! KX serves more than SCO Englifh and French-Ian- piage stations in Canada. Suow in China HONG KONG (Reulerl Thrw d.iy.c of snow helped tho drouphl being felt In Pekuip flrnl thmiiening m.iny ot.hw in China, the New China nevrs aponoy reporlwi yester- day. 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