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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta EASTER IN LAS VEGAS Diport Calgaty April 19 Return April RETURN AIRFARE, ACCOMODAT1ONS (Union Plain) Tranifirt, Tips and Gratuities Many extras Prtwd al only relurn person on occup. ART WILIIAMS TRAVEl CENTRE VIllAGi MAIL PHONE 328-3201 The LetHbridge Herald SECOND' SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Thursday, March 22, 1973 PAGES 17 TO 28 IETHBR1DGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Sine! Shopping Mall Lethfcjidse, Alberta Phone (4031 328-7411 HOME AND i OFFICE SAFES Closing schools in rural areas may need notice By GREG McINTYftE Herald Legislature Bureau boards may be required to give six months notice and hold public hearings before closing rural schools, Education Minister Lou Hyndman announced Wed- nesday in the legislature. Gordon Taylor (SC Drum- heller) asked if the provincial government is considering a freeze on any further "cen- tral! zalion" of school divisions in Alberta. "Certainly n o replied Mr. Hyndman. "The question of which schools in a local area are open or closed resides essentially with the local school boards." However, the minister added, "We are contemplating mea- sures perhaps legislalive, perhaps regulatory which will ensure that where a board wishes to materially change the arrangement ct schools in a ru- ral area, they would give ade- quate notice School ward's may be re- quired to advise parents six months before the start of a school year of pending closures "and perhaps also (conduct) a public meeting, or meetings, for the purpose of allowing the parents affected to make their concerns known." The provincial government would not over-rule the deci- sion of a school board, but "we would take such steps as are proper to ensure that there has been every opportunity to par- ents affected including ade- quate time for them to make clear to the boards their views NDP leader Grant Notley asked if a special grant formu- la is available to help small schools. Mr. Hyndman said rural schools are financed on the same basis as urban schools. But, he said million was added to the basic school fund this year to assist small schools experiencing special problems. "Some of the smaller rural jurisdictions in the remote parts of the province will be getting up to 15 per cent increase this year over last year Mr. Hyndman said, "We have staled and invited any school board which feels it has a spe- cial local problem to come to the department to see if there should be some change in the general regulations for the reason of equity." The million was adrted on top of money to finance the per- pupil grant formula to finance schools implemented this year, ,he said. STUDIO 'ON FtPTU PICTURE GAUCRV OPEN DAILY SATURDAY 1 _1 710-5 AVE S Chamber manager resigns Wilt Bowns, manager of the Lethbridge Chamber of Com- merce for years, submitted his resignation to tha chamber board Wednesday. His resignation, effective April 30, was accepted with re- grets. Mr. Bowns will be moving to Edmonton where he has ac- cepted a provincial government post in the area of agriculture. An announcement will be com- ing from the government on the appointment. Mr. Bowns has been a res- ident of Lethbridge for 26 years. In other business, the cham- ber directors decided to pro- ceed with plans for a cash draw. Tickets valued at each will be sold to chamber members entitling them to chance on a monthly cash draw for five months. Value of each draw will be 50 per cent oj gross receipts up to a maxi- mum of monthly. Proceeds will be used to further local chamber projects. Directors also decided to sup- port the Cardston chamber in a bid to extend hours of service at the Carway border crossing. ART DIETRICH 'DENTURE CLINIC OtNTAt MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 Slh St S. Phono 328-4095 YOUR BUSINESS ASSOCIATES KNOW THE THREE SISTERS MOTEL IS THE BEST ACCOMODATION IN THE CROWSNE5TI DO YOU? 3 frlotfI COLOR TV FREE LOCAL TEL CALLS D.D. PHONES ICE NEWSPAPER FERNIE'S NEWEST RESTAURANT ADJACENT RESERVE FERNIE 423-4438 Celebrate Your Special Occasions at Ericksen's! and This Friday and Saturday Evening "THE MOONGIOWS" 8 to 12 p.m. No Cover Charge, 328-7756 for Reservations THIEVES GET 11 PISTOLS FROM DOWNTOWN STORE Eleven handg u n s, valued at were stolen Tues- day night in a break-in at Plainsman Sports, 329 7th Ave. S. "It appeared they knew exactly what they were look- ing Ken Kotkas, owner of the store said. There was in an open till which was not touched by the burglars, and no ammunition, or other goods were taken, he said. The stolen guns ranged in calibre from a .22 t o .357 magnum, one of the most powerful handguns made, and only tliree of the 11 would be recognizable, even to someone who knew about handguns, Mr. Kotkas said. Thieves possibly gained en- try by cheating, or picking, the door lock, however this can hot be confirmed, police say. Mr. Kotkas told The Her- ald he suspects that the guns rail be sold to underworld criminals, where they can demand a high price. Too many patients in mental hospitals' There are patients in Alber- ta's mental hospitals who shouldn't be there, says the province's mental health direc- tor. Charles Hellon, director of the mental health division of the department of health and social development, said in Lethbridge Wednesday that "a lot" of patients should be treat- ed elsewhere. He suggested some be placed in auxiliary hospitals, nursing homes, or i'oster homes. "In some cases they could be treated in homes or apartments on a parole-type system." In the city to address the lo- cal mental health association, Dr. Hellon said Alberta has had a lot of success" in reducing the number of patients in the province's m e n tal Institutions. The reduction amounts to about 100 patients each year. It is the aim of tha associa- tion to continue to reduce in the future until hospitals like the one in Ponoka have only 500 resident patients. The Alberta Hospital in Ponoka has 680 pa- tients. Major Alberla mental hospi- tals will be used to treat only the severe mental disorder cases. This include poo- pie who have suffered extreme mental damage, disturbed eld- erly people, and those who have committed crimes and are de- clared mentally disturbed. In the near future, Albertans can expect changes in (he men- tal health act that will take the authority to commit a mental patient out of the hands of po- lice officers and physicians. Under the proposed changes this responsibility wiil be han- dled by social workers, psychi- atric nurses, and psychiatrists. Dr. Hellon said, "It is impor- tant that people with education as well as experience and abil- ity in the area of mental health be the ones to decide whether or not a patient should be com- mitted to a mental home." He said Alberta is just be- ginning to learn tow to use mental hospitals. In most cases the practice to be followed will be one of "don't commit right away." He said it would be much better to send social workers out to work with the patients rather than bring the patients In to a hospital. This "flying-squad" approach would be less expensive for the province and much easier on ocen as much a problem getting acople out as in." There are Uvo reasons for in- volving people other than psy- chiatrists in the mental health field the acute shortage o( psychiatrists and the refusal of psychiatrists to work and live in rural areas. "The shortage of psychi- atrists isn't restricted to Alber- claimed Dr. Hellon. "There is a shortage right across the country, mainly due to the num- ber of doctors that have left Canada to set up practice in the United States at a higher rate- of pay. "Now that salaries are reach- ing a comparable range, more and more psychiatrists are staying is Canada." A travelling psychiatrist pro- gram is in the development stage. It is being designed to provide better professional ser- vice to rural people. Several volunteers were re- warded for their past efforts at the meeting The awards on Wednesday, were given for Sprucing up RICK ERVIN pHolo IT'S that time of year again and making sure tha gross will be greener on. his lawn is Kim 18, of 1625 3rd Ave. N. The University of Lethbridge student took a break from hts studies to tackle this annual chore. review scheduled work that was done with psy- chiatric patients during the past three years. The awards were presented to 24 members of the re- organized Latter-day S a i n ts church group for work they had done with patients at the Alber- ta Hospital in Raymond. West PCs elect officers About 16 members of the Lethbridge West Provincial Progressive Conservative Asso- ciation elected a new executive Wednesday night. Richard Davidson was elect- ed president. Other officers are Roy Krahn, Les Spackman, Lorene Mc- Cready and Dot Weatherup, vice-presidents; Arlene Albeiz, secretary; and Dr. E. G. Mar- don, treasurer. Horst Schmid, Alberta minis- ter of culture, youth and recre- ation, was guest speaker. The parole suspension David William. Threinen, re- cently acquitted on a non- capital murder charge, will be reviewed within the next sever- al weeks by the National Parole Service in Ottawa. Threinen was arrested about 20 hours after he was acquitted BERGMAN'S FIOOR COVERINGS Custom Installations Ph. 328-0372 2716 12 Ave. S. Open Thurs., Ijfl 9 p.m. E. S. P. FOX Certified Dental Mechanic POX (Leth.) DENTAL LAB LTD. 204 Medical Dental Bldg. Phone 327-6565 .larch 8 of the non-capilal mur-' der of 16-year-old Angela Hue- mer, and placed, in custody, pending the review of his >arole. He was interviewed last week 35' Grant Spiro, director of the Calgary regional parole office, and information ohfained dur- .ng the interview will be used the parole board to deter- mine whether Threinen should serve the remainder of a three- year sentence on armed rob- bery; break, enter, and theft; and possession of an offensive weapon; in penitentiary The sentence expires this Novem- ber. Counsel for Th'reinen Vaughan HenAroff, said that he has written a "lengthy letter' to the parole service outlining the position that the service's action is unfair. H it svas not in the public sivimnters can Sow and Grow wilh "OCHEMCO" NM single drill box seed treatment powder; a non- mercurial treatment for control of seed borne diseases in wheat, oats, barley, rye and flax. NM dual purpose drill box seed Ireatmenf powder for the control of wire worms and seed borne diseases in wheat, oats, barley and rye. Rapeseed and mustard drill box seed treatment to contain Captan and Rindane is also available at 249 Slofford Dnv. LETHBRIDGE, AlBERTA Phone 327-Wl 803 -46lti Ave S E. CAIOARY, ALBERTA Phone 243-5551 iterest to have Threinen on 10 streets, as the service laims, they should have picked Tim up before July 12, 1972, he was arrested on the on-capital murder charge, Mr. lembroff said. register Registration for the 1973 Leth- bridge spring swimming pro- gram will be conducted March 27-29 in Gym 1 of the Civic Sports Centre. Due to the heavy demand for :hildrens' swimming instruc- tion, spring classes will be re stricted to residents of the city Registration time each day is 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. and G p.m. d 8 p.m. 'MUM PLANT' SPECIAL Reg. 7.50----- W Jon'r forget Jo order early or that special Mom in Great Britain Mother's Day There is on April 1st Call 327-5747 PRAGUE'S FLOWER SHOP 322- 6lh Street South "Whether or not the service tiould have exercised their dis- retion in this manner is the ssue in the dispute, but there no doubt that they have the he said. Mr. Hembroff said that the hearing is an administra- ive proceeding, not a judicial learing, and is not subject to egal representations on Threin- en's behalf. "Mr. Spiro still continues to insist that the action was done the best interests of the Mr Hembroff said. SMILEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELLING Phone 328-2176 CUFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL MEDICAL PENTAl BIDS. lower Level PHONE 3Z7-2822 the patent. 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