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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, November 4. 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Health, welfare services should be integrated EDMONTON (U1) Health and welfare services should be integrated, Dr. Clraliain Clark- son, a special assistance to Al- berta Health Minister Neil Crawford, said Wednesday. "This is essential to attain maximum progress in social lie told tlic 53rd annual convention of the Alber- ta Hospital Association. Dr. Clarkson, a professor in health services administration at the University of Alherta, said there arc major difficul- ties, political, administral i v e and professional, associated with integration. FIltST STEP A first slep would be combin- ing of government, health and social development portfolio. ''It provides a more cohcisve and co ordinatcd approach lo planning and priorih sitting which go largely ncghckd if separate ministries barg a i n with the treasury on a piece- meal basis and implement pro- grams in isolation." Co-ordinated programs would prevent duplication, fill a gap between services and improve quality, "ail to the advantage ol the consumer." One difficulty in developing an integrated approach was in the well established and nar- row perspective 'nth whidi many institutions and profes- sional bodies view thijir roles. "If we want In see better value for our money in yealth and welfare, we have to put greater emphasis on planning and evaluation." There was need to develop provincial standards and gen- eral guidelines and lo devise mcehanisms for individual and group involvement in planning. Dr. Clarkson said mental health and retardation and wel- fare services can he revital- ized and redeployed on a com- munity oriented footing. "With common regions given scope lo act within general over-all provincial standards and objectives, more meaning- ful interaction can lake place between the various segments of health and welfare pro- grams. "More meaningful citizen in- volvement will he possible, not only through municipal govern- ment, but through voluntary agencies and other group ac- tivities necessary for the suc- cess of health and welfare pro-1 .ft CRATER FORMED FROM SLIDE To secure the St. Jean Vianney area from further landslide disasters, like I the one that occurred las! May, the Quebec government is spending S3.5 million 1o shore up land around the crater, created when some 15 million cubic yards of clay- like soil thundered into the nearby Riviere aux Vases. 1 Granular Avadex BW the proven Wild Oat Killer for Fall or Spring application in Barley, Durum and Spring Wheat. Advantages of Granular Avadex BW 1 Equally effective whether used in the Fall or Spring. 2 Performs equally well on summer fallow or stubble. 3 Allows more efficient alloca- tion of farmers' time. 4 Application is now possible through equipment found on the of western farms. 5 Eliminates the need for water. 6 Wind is less of a factor at application. Visit your dealer today BW "Monsanto Save Hundreds During Dunlop's PRICE FREEZE! Because of the temporary "Price Freeze" on 1972 models, we have made a large factory volume pur- chase so that we may guarantee our customers the best possible price on a new car: We now have a two month supply of 1972's which are all being sold at price freeze prices, regardless of government policies. ,2-DR. HDTOP. Yellow and black, 302 VS, aulo. transmission, power slcering, radio, vinyl roof. WW lire-, radio. Low mileage. AS LOW AS 2-DR. HDTOP. Auto, transmission. Med. blue metallic m color, WW tires, wheel covers. A new '71 AS LOW AS 4-DOOR 302 V8, aulo. Irons., pwr. slrg., pwr two-tone point, while and ivy green. This is a new factory fresh '71 model. AS LOW AS 4-DR. HDTOP. AS LOW AS 2-DR. HDTOP. DEMO Med. blue metallic with a dart- blue vinyl roof. 35) Vg, outo. trarii., pwr. strg.. pwr. disc brakes, radio. NOW AS LOW AS 2-DR. HDTOP DEMO This unit has very low mileage. White ond orcen in color. Equipped wilh 35' V3 cupine, auto. Irani., P.S., P.B., radio. W. walls'and many other Ford better ideas. Now AS LOW AS This is the famous 3-door runabout In Grabber Lime with Pinto Pacer stripes. 2000 ct engine, auto, trans., radio, WW tires end wheel covers. NOW AS LOW AS 4-DOOR SEDANS. Under good condition. YOUR CHOICE 4-DOOR SEDAN. V.g. radio. Execulive driven cored for. GOING AT 2-DOOR HARDTOP. 428 Cobra auto.. P.S., and P.B., tcdio, paw lock, while knitted vinyl buckets, red exterior, and miles, NOW ONLY 2-DOOR HARDTOP. Med. blue with i oof and blue: vinyl jntc-noi. 351 P.S., P.B., and radio. One of ou pony driven units. NOW 2-DOOR HARDTOP. V8, ou 3 radio. A sporty red e. block vinyl and cloth inic NOW ONLY 4-DOOR SEDAN. original :ml for unit. JUST IN a n d o d i o. veil rci-cd OPEN HOURS: a.m. to p.m. Weekdays THIS IS FORD COUNTRY WHAT DO YOU DRIVE? CORNER MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE, 16lh AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 328-886! ;