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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 36 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, May 12, 1973 Faithful service atvard Joseph H. Myette of BeMevue shows the "faithful service award" he received from the Canadian govern- ment for 11 years service at Fort Nelson, Beaver Creek and Whifehorse. He was a heavy equipment operator before injuring his arm. Now he plans to join the Com- missionaires. Also welcomed to Bellevue his wife Mrs. Dora Myetfe, son Robert and daughter Celia. Qiild abuse fines opposed 11 CALGARY ICP) The Al- berta Medical Association fav- ors a central registry for child abuse cases but opposes fines for not reporting such cases, Dr. R. M. Blake, chairman of the Child Health Committee, says. Commenting on legislation given first reading in the leg- islature Friday permitting fines of up to ?500 for anyone fail- ing to report suspected child abuse casss, Dr. Blake said: "All the proposed changes to the Child Welfare Act are con- sistent with the position of the Alberta Medical Association except the proposal for convic- tion and fines." The AMA favors "some sort of interdisciplinary program between doctors, social workers and psychiatrists" to rehabili- tate parents cf battered chil- dren, he said in an interview. Rehabilitation treatment and education" should be empha- sized rather than punishment. Once an interdisciplinary program is established by the department of health and so- cial development, an education- al program should be organized for the public and medical pro- fession to encourage the report- ing of suspected child abuse. Dr. Biake said once the pub- lic knew something constructive was to be done, it would likely report such cases. Playground improved STTRLIN G (HNS) The school's playground area has been improved with two addi- tional pieces of equipment be- ing donated by the Stirling Par- ent Teacher Association. All equipment has been moved into one convenient area for students' use. Kniglils raise with foiiigo BLATRMORE fCXP Bureau) St. Joseph the Worker Coun- cil, Knights of Columbus, raised at a recent bingo held in the Crowsnest Consolidated High School. The money was donated to the senior citizens hame com- plex now under construction adjoining the local hospital. JEAN SWIHART photo. Best attendance Jim Furman, president of the Fort Macleod Royal Canadian Legion, presents a rifle to Warrant Officer Neil Balkham for achieving best attendance at parades of the 2309 Macleod Cadet Corps. WO2 Balkham has three years of perfect attendance. CDC move to Vancouver is reiterated By IAN HUNTER Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Urban Affairs Minister Ron Basford said Thursday that it is inconceivable that the headquarters of the Canada Development Corpo- ration will be located anywhere but in Vancouver. He said the directors of the corporation, set up by the gov- ernment to encourage Canadian investment in Canadian enter- prises, are obliged to act on the statement of Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau in No- vember of 1971 that the CDC headquarters should move to Vancouver within two years. It was no more expression of a wish, Basford declared in an interview, but a "directive" of cabinet to the directors who were appointed by the govern- ment. The minister, who represents the riding of Vancouver Centre, also angrily critifized CDC chairman Anthony Hampson, of Montreal, for suggesting that one of the factors to be consid- ered by directors In deciding whether to move is the "eco- nomic climate" in under a New Democratic Party government. "The nature of the provincial government has absolutely nothing to do with it." sears Monday On WHILE QUANTITIES LAST PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY 1 SPECIALS Cola Glasses. Reg. 9 for Iron Coat and Hat Hook. Reg. SI.69........ Lipstick. Assorted Reg. 85c............. Adorn Hair Spray. 6.3 oz- Reg. SI.69..... Assorted Soaps Reg. SI.00........ Dippity Do Setting Gel. 8 oz. Reg. Wilkinson II Blades. 5's. Reg, 89c...... Wernets Denture Adhesive Powder. Reg. 79c. Tame Cream Rinse. Reg. 51.29.............. White Velvet Bubble Bath Oil. 24 oz. Reg. 51.59........ Tek Tooth Brushes. Reg. 79c............. m for Clearance of Lipsticks. Assorted colors. Reg. Assortment of Hosiery, Nylons, Pantyhose. Clearance some Cling a Ions, Junior Bazaar and Littls Friend. Broken size and color range.