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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 34-THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD May 1974 Social problems put in psychiatrists9 laps DETROIT A psychiatrist warned his profession that attempting to treat social rather than mental illness can lead to what he called psychiatric fascism. Dr. E. Fuller Torrey said such a condition could come about by psychiatrists gaining too much power in trying to prevent mental illness associated with the social problems of crime and drug abuse. Dr. of the National Institute of Mental Health in commented in a speech at a meeting of the American Psychiatric Association. most serious criticism which can be levelled at preventive psychiatry is that it leads logically to psychiatric he said. AFTERNOON BINGO MOOSI 3rd Ave. North Monw POUMJB Wwkly Sponsored by The Moose Lodge No CMMrwi Undftr 16 AlkMMd to British nurses threaten mass resignations LONDON Thousands of Britain's low- paid nurses discarded their long-suffering image this .week and marched through London to face Social Services Minister Barbara Castle with the threat of mass resignations from the National Health Service. In a 35-page memorandum handed to Mrs. Castle while nurses chanted and waved banners outside the ministry the usually-staid Royal College of which represents mainly senior bitterly criticized successive governments for exploiting nurses' goodwill and sense of commitment. Delegates told Mrs. Castle LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE 1234-3rd Ave. N. Regular Wednesday Night p.m. 25 MONEY CARDS-MANY EXTRAS This WMfcs Jackpot in 52 Numbirs 5 cirds SI arris pif doubli Door Prizi No one under W years allowed to play Hungry cargo the baby bids keeper Roger Henneous a playful good-bye at Vancouver International Airport this week. Mr. Henneous brought Stoney by truck from Ore. zoo for shipment by air to a Monteal game farm. Stoney got a carrot to him over on his journey. betty shop betty shop SPRING CLEARMKC OCflRMKE CLEflRMKE SPRING SPORTSWEAR CO-ORDINATES TAN-JAY PARIS STAR TAMI JANTZEN WHITE STAG MR. TONI In FORTREL and POLYESTER Colours Blue and many more JAC etc. betty shop Also COATS JACKETS DRESSES BODY SHIRTS JEANS and many Hems not listed at low prices USE YOUR BETTY SHOP FASHION ACCOUNT AVAILABLE AT ALL shop Standards set down for sale of medical devices OTTAWA The federal health department is tightening up controls on medical ranging from needles and syringes to cardiac pacemakers and intra-uterine devices to complicated heart and brain wave monitoring sold in Canada. Under proposed regulatory changes to the Food and Drugs manufacturers and importers of medical devices will be required to notify the government about the and uses of medical devices imported and sold in Canada. The changes will establish a notification scheme for medical devices similar to schemes already in effect for drugs and cosmetics also covered by the Food and Drugs Act just don't know what medical devices are being sold in Dr. A. B. assistant deputy minister of explained yesterday when asked the main reason for establishing the notification scheme This lack of he makes it more difficult for federal authorities to keep track of medical devices sold in Canada and to recall properly any medical devices suspected of being harmful In a letter to manufacturers and Dr. Morrison says the proposed regulations would require submission to within 10 days of the first sale of a device in or when a product is changed or withdrawn of the following The name and address of the manufacturer or the names and addresses of Canadian the name of the the number of units manufactured or imported into Canada the purpose of the along with adequate directions for model performance stand- the device is sold as sterile and the method of and whether the device contains a drug. In the manufac- turers or importers will have to supply Ottawa with all promotional literature relating to the medical along with the date of the first sale of the device in Canada Industry comments on the proposed regulatory changes must be received by Ottawa by the end of the month. The regulations are expected to come into effect later this year. the health department has just completed Separate regulations covering hearing aid sales and claims in Can- ada that should come into effect later in the summer. that unless nurses salaries and working conditions are markedly the college will call on its one-third of Britain's entire nursing com- resign from the National Health Service. Nurses in Britain are paid from a year after two years' training to a maximum for a ward sister or head male equivalent. Staff nurses with three years' training earn from a year to Student nurses are paid on a for a policy which has angered many nurses. A first-year student aged 18 earns only a year while a first- year student aged 21 earns One of the problems in get- ting action on nurses' pay is the diffuse nature of their official representation. There are 12 organizations representing nursing including at least two trade unions which are rapidly gaining more nursing members. All have to negotiate as a team with hospital managements. These varied organizations asked for a salary revaluation in but a succes- sion of wage freezes and other restraints have blocked it. The Royal College of Nursing has given the Labor government 21 days to do something about nurses' pay before the orders to quit the health service go out. Many health service already short of would be crippled by mass res- ignations. The resignation orders would take effect in three months Britain's nurses include both men and women. Peter a first-year nursing student at St. James' is an example His total monthly takehome pay is Club corner Ann Landers The general meeting of the First United UCW will be held at 6 30 p m Thursday in the of a pot luck supper Guest speaker will be Kay 'Hurlburt Women of the congregation are urged to attend The Christian Science Church will hold a testimony meeting tonight at 7 30 p m in the 1203 4th Ave. S. Evervone welcome. Dear Ann I read an article in your column recently that made my blood boil. It was from someone who said goats smell. I herded goats for 37 years in Switzerland. I admit that goats do have a faintly unpleasant scent from the middle of September to the end of October but otherwise they are odorless. I keep 50 nannies and six billies pigs and None of my animals smell. And please don't say I am accustomed to it because I know a few city people who smell worse than my animals. Did you know that a goat will eat only the best he will not eat anything that has been in a person's mouth. He is very fussy about water and will drink only the cleanest. And I'll bet you know that goat's milk is better than cow's milk It is the closest thing to mother's milk there is. The best cheese and butter is made from goat's milk. Now that I've had my I will sign off. Thank you. Nature Boy Dear I'm glad that reader got your goat. You've written a very interesting letter. Some of your are a matter of opinion rather than and my friends from Wisconsin are sure to come up with a rebuttal. But thanks for writing. Dear Ann I read with interest the letter from the bride whose husband ignored the adults at a family gathering and spent the entire evening playing with his nephews. You said his love of children was I don't agree that it's My husband feels uncomfortable around adults because he is not well- informed. Whenever there's a child or a pet he goes off to in ordeX to escape the burden of beingfan adult. It's easier for him to act like a five-year-old thart a 25-year-old Love of kids IS but not when it's used to cover up feelings of inferiority to one's peers Jen Dear Thank you for an insightful letter. Of you are right. Whether or not your theory applies to the other I do not but it certainly sounds as if you have your own guy measured. I hope you can help him become informed and gain confidence so he will not flee adult company for the rest of his life. FOR YOUR FURS EXPERT RFMDDEIING FURS 1CLEANED 1 RESTORED INSURED STORAGE YORK 604A 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3276 THE KRAOLE KOOP Formerly located at 502 5th Ave. South is now located at 648-11th St. South under the new name of CUDDLE BUNNY Watch lor our Open House Phone 328-2835 ;