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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta DC LC I riDniuvit. Celebrates birthday B.C Abram Loewen celebrated lis 100th birthday here and 100 members of lis family were on hand to lelp mark the occasion. Mr. Loewen emigrated to Canada in 1926 from Orenburg n Southeast Russia where he lad farmed. His wife Maria ind nine children accompanied him on the trip o start a new life in this The family settled in 65 miles northeast of moving in 1927 to mother farm site 19 miles lorthwest of Calgary. Mr. Loewen farmed there for 20 fears until retiring to the area. Nine of the Mr. Loewen's children are still seven 5f them attended the birthday Eight of the Loewen children reside in Canada while a lives in the Soviet Union INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD Established 1911 Lower Floor 517 4th S. Phone 327-1541 Pesky porkers Students at Grande Prairie's composite high school were no match for the greased pig scramble held at the school's annual carnival called Row Wow Days. With one in full chase of two another attempts to put a solid hold on a downed one. DR. ARCHIBALD ALEXANDER is pleased to announce the relocation of his office for Medical Practice at 414-13th St. North Lethbridge Phone 328-0263 THE BETTER HALF By Barnes wish you wouldn't answer me in that tone of The Lethbridge Herald think PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS He la the Postmaster-General. What is his HOW DO YOU 71 to 80 potnto Good. 91 W 100 pofcm TOT SCMEI 61 to 70 Fair. II to W ptfnb M or UnctorT 7 7 H'mrrH FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION To what extent should the federal government be responsible for compensating flood YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 Portugal's new leaders sent Premier into exile and announced reforms aimed at end- ing dictorial rule. a-Antonio Salazar b-Luis Echeverria c-Marcello Caetano 2 Yitzhak Rabin is the first in Israeli history to be given the task of forming a gov- ernment. What is a 3 Guenther a close aide to West Ger- man Chancellor Willy was a-kidnapped by Arab terrorists b-named ambassador to Canada c-charged with spying for East Germany 4 The Chinese government has to issue exit permits to Chi- nese wishing to immigrate to Canada under the family reunification program proposed by Prime Minister Trudeau. 5 Which cabinet minister will present the Liberal government's new PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. 1.....martial a-small group heading a government 2.....junta br relating to the mili- tary c-remove from power 3.....depose d-specified time for persons to be off 4.....coup streets e-sudden overthrow of 5.....curfew a government PART III NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. l.....John Vorster 2.....Francisco Franco 3.....Antonio de Spinola 4.... John Mitchell Dali 56-74 a-Spauish painter b-Prime South Africa c-former U.S. Attor- ney General d-head of Portuguese junta Spain Psychiatrists face dilemma in labelling mentally ill By WILLIAM K. STEVENS New York Times DETROIT As her lawyer tells she was a 58 -year old woman who liked to be by herself in a room in a welfare hotel in Manhattan. But she had a kidney and her neighbors accused her of monopolizing the floor's only bathroom. One thing led to and soon a sort of war was under way. The neighbors would pound on her walls and she would turn up her radio. the woman moved to another hotel where she had a private bath. when the management said she must move to a room without a private she refused. one thing led to another. The hotel called Bellevue Hospital and eventually she was placed in a state mental institution. She was kept there against her on for three stamped with the label It is unclear to this day whether she was really mentally ill or had been committed simply because she not fit in and was trouble The case epitomizes a dilemma facing American damned if they do and damned if they they are finding it a treacherous business to decide which if should be involuntarily committed to mental institutions. It is a matter involving fundamental questions about individual rights and public about the psychiatrist's role in about how proficient psychiatrists are at diagnosing mental and about the general treatment of the mentally ill. It was the dominant topic of the 12th annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association. Partly in response to cases similar to that of the woman in the welfare some legislatures and courts have concluded not being they are incompetent to decide who shall be committed to mental hospitals. And in the last five the involuntary confinement of mental patients has been sharply restricted notably in New Massachusetts and California Wholesale releases of patients have and therein lies another problem Psychiatrists say that they are unable to predict with any accuracy who might be dangerous and who might not. A California case epitomizes this side of the situation. A 36 -year old man was released from a state mental hospital because he failed to qualify as under a 1969 California law limiting the grounds for involuntary commitment. Soon after his he killed his his three children and himself. He with his rights in the words of Dr. Darold A. a Wisconsin psychiatrist who argued at the psychiatric convention here for a more reasonable balance between realities and legal The issue of who should be confined and on what along with its many and complex was the subject of some 50 papers and talks at the five day convention and some of the presentations drew standing room only audiences. It is an issue that has recently emerged in New York where large scale discharges of mental patients into communities ill prepared for them have caused concern. At its the question is basically one of what constitutes mental and how do you recognize Some civil and psychiatrists hold that until the state of knowledge about the psyche advances to a point where diagnoses can be more the courts and legislatures are better qualified to say who shall be confined and who shall not. They further assert that the commitment of troublesome and eccentrically nonconforming individuals for the woman in the welfare hotel or the hippie son of a middle class couple has not been unusual in recent years. Some psychiatrists noted here that community pressure for the confinement of misfits is often and they suggested that a psychiatrist with a convenient diagnosis at hand would find it difficult to resist such pressure. In many psychiatrists and civil libertarians have been maintaining for years that state mental hospitals are ineffective as treatment centres. they genuinely sick patients often get worse there. Involuntary confinement without effective treatment amounts to jail without they and the courts have agreed. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES STAFF DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANTS Department of Health and Social Development Staff Development Edmonton The Department of Health and Social Development provides community and residential services in the broad areas of'social mental health and services to the handicapped. Several Staff Development Consultants are required to develop and initiate programs and support services that will result in opportunities for staff and potential staff to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively meet job requirements. These challenging positions will appeal to indi- viduals who possess professional pre- ferably at the masters level in such disciplines as Business Social Work and other health and social sciences. Candidates should have some related experience and a definite interest in manpower training and career planning. SALARY Closing date. May 1974. Competition number HSD-341. Mechanics Wanted We require two experienced mechanics to work in the service area of our growing Chevrolet-Oldsmobile dealership. Excellent compensation plus other bene- fits. Reply in confidence MR. FRANK SPRING North Star Motors Ltd. 100 N. Van Home St. B.C. 426-3352 Apply Pgrsmiml Adminiitution Ottici Room 500. Timci Building OR- Miln Floor. Ctnlinmil Building 10015 -103 Annul Edmonton. Altwrti xllborta GOVERNMENT OF AL6ERTA THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES LEADING TO MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR FURTHER EDUCATION EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITIES OPPORTUNITIES FOR PROMOTION AND SALARIES BASED ON MERIT We are looking for aggressive candidates capable of as- suming a junior manage- ment position with approxi- mately twelve months' training. Candidates should have a high school diploma or its equivalent. Some Business Administration education or business experi- ence an asset Apply in own handwriting B. G. FARRELL The Bank of Nova Scotia Main Branch P.O. Box Ltthbrldge ACCOUNTING STUDENTS Required by a National firm of Chartered Ac- countants in Prince B.C. Applicants must be eligible to enroll as articled students in the B.C. Institute. Our firm offers a national training at- tractive salary with full fringe benefits and a re- imbursement of relocation expenses. Please apply'in writing stating full details of educa- etc. to McDonald Co. P.O. Box 310 Prince B.C. V2L 4S4 O MINING J ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGISTS REQUIRED Inc. STUDENTS Save This Practice ANSWERS ON REVERSE PAGE YOUR FUTURE IS HERE. N' Al. H'A ASSESSOR TRAINEES Several vacancies exist for Assessor Trainees with the Department of Municipal Affairs Successful applicants will become involved in determining the value of real property ana improvements Including and in an assigned district of the province. Offices are located In Calgary Red Medicine Grande Prairie and Peace River Assessors in training must successfully complete a four year Certificate Course in Assessment Principles. Advanced technical and on-the-job training is also pro- vided Qualifications- Diploma from an Agricultural College or Techni- cal in the fields of soils construction or an equivalent combination of education and experience This competition will remain open until a suitable candidate has been selected. Salary Competition number 0200-5 GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE MAIN CENTENNIAL BUILDING 10015-103 T5J OH4 Room 500 TERRACE BUILDING T5K 2C1 If you would like the opportunities provided by getting in on the ground floor of a billion dollar tar sands operation this is the chance you have been waiting for. We need technolo- gists to work with senior Engineering staff in equipment mine planning and the many other areas involved in bringing this operation to a working reality. Initial living location is Calgary and later in the develop- ment it will be in the Ft. McMurray area. Candidates must be capable mining Technologists with a minimum of 5 years open pit experience. Successful candidates will have the desire and personal qualities that will enable them to advance to supervisory field positions. II Interested please write stating hill quali- fications Recruitment Representative SHELL CANADA LIMITED P.O. Box 880 Alberta T2P 2K3 I ;