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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta SPECIAL VANCOUVER HOCKEY EXCURSION TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS vi VANCOUVER CANUCKS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7th Include! return air fare, hotel ad million to game For reservations and information contact BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE 1271 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-3201 or 321-8184 "BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE-AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE" The Lethkidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Friday, October 23, 1970 PAGES 11 TO 24 win a pair of ftautr Skates Content New Al ERICKSEN'S 2021 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 328-816] 1705 M.M. Drive Ph. 328-7751 Vauxhall Plant To Be Exporting Spuds Overseas WIELDING A SAMURAI SWORD, rather than the tra- ditional scissors, Premier Harry Strom, left, cut the ribbon Thursday at Vauxhal! to mark the official, opening of Vnuxhall Foods Ltd. Mr. Strom is assisted by Frank An- derson, plant manager. The million dehydrated potato processing plant was largely responsible for a increase in southern Alberta potato acreage during 1970, and will provide full-time employment for about 75 persons. Human Resources Seminar Planned For Gty Dec. 2 Ralph Thrall Jr. has been named chairman of the human resource development confer ference to be held in Leth bridge Dec. 2. The conference, which wil be attended by volunteers am lay delegates from churches and organizations in southern COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. PH. 327-5454 EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR SHOE REPAIR MiKE HANZEL 317-7th STREET SOUTH TAKE HOME FISH ;fe CHIPS 2710 12th Avenue S. Phone 328-8392 Alberta will discuss four basic tenets of future human re- sources development: utiliza- tion of the private sector in accepting social responsibility; co-ordination of services; de- centralization of responsibility for social services; utilization of volunteers in social service programs. Similar human resources de- velopment conferences will be held in, Grande Prairie, Ed- monton and Calgary. By STEVE BAREHAM Herald Farm Writer VAUXHALL The Vauxhall Foods Ltd. million dehy- drated potato processing plant was officially opened here Thursday by Premier Harry Strom. Construction of the plant began in March of 1970 on the new site two miles east of Vauxhall. The plant covers an area of square feet. The actual production area covers square feet with the plant rising three storeys in sections. I Equipped 'to process about pounds of potatoes day, the plant will utilize the latest technological advances in material, handling and pro- cessing techniques. The plant has two vaults with a hold capacity for tons of potatoes. Due to the additional pro- cessing facilities, the potato acreage in southern Alberta in- creased to about acres in 1S70. compared with acres a year earlier. Seasonal employment for the new plant will be provided for about 25 persons in addition to the permanent payroll of 75, all of whom will be hired from southern Alberta. Vauxhall Foods will be en- gaged in the production. of granulated potatoes. The whole milk fortified product will be packaged for domestic use and for overseas shipment to sev- eral European countries and possibly southeast Asia. Vauxhall Foods Ltd. is a wholly Canadian controlled company, with ownership di- vided among several potato growers throughout southern 'Alberta. Kaz' Tajiri of Vauxhall is president. He has in past years served on both the Alberta Potato Commission and the Al- berta Potato Growers Associa- tion. Tona Ohama has been ap- pointed vice a threatin" president. He is winner of the in- CADET NEWS The RCSCC Chinook (Ssa- will meet at the RCMP barracks for rifle shooting from to hours Saturday. temational award for potatoes given annually at the Canadian National Exhibition and is a di- rector of Brooks Food Indus- tries Ltd. Jack Ritchie is executive vice president and Frank Anderson, formerly of Shelley, Idaho, will take up duties as plant manager. Other board directors in-; elude: Kaz Okurna, Crawford Jones and Stan Kanegawa. I The plant is" expected to be in full operation by the end of j November. Merv Natrass, mayor of VauxhaU, said at the opening that within a very few years, southern Alberta will become the food basket of western Can- ada. Premier Strom said: Thi: VIEW OF VAUXHALl FOODS ITD. PLANT WHICH WAS OFFICIALLY OPENED THURSDAY. City Psychiatric Facilities Need For Extra Beds Urgent plant is testimony that Alberta can grow quality product and can also find markets for these products. "Alberta has often been crit- icized in past years for export- ing raw products rather than processing them in Alberta, but this was an important step as it is first necessary to show buyers that we had a quality product. "Alberta is at the moment the only province in Canada without a soft spot in its econ- omy, and this is but the begin- ning of better things to come." School Fire Contained In Glue Pot The Lethbridge fire depart- ment was called to Gilbert Paterson School at p.m. Thursday to extinguish fire In a glue pot. Fire Chief Wilfred Russell said the fire didn't amount to anything but the teacher who sounded the alarm did the right thing. MFC Meeting Housing Project Nearing Approval A third lawrcost experiment al housing project for the citj appears to be near final ap- proval. Alderman C. W. Chichester told Wednesday's meeting o the Municipal Planning Com- mission a 16-unit project by de- veloper Holger Frandsen had OPENING FRIDAY OCT. 23rd-6.30 p.m. MIDDLE EARTH 306 9th St. S. HANDCRAFT ARTICLES CERAMICS LEATHER GOODS PRINTS PAINTINGS CANDLES DINE and DANCE TONIGHT AND SATURDAY to p.m. "THE MOONGLOWS' NO COVER CHARGE! SUNDAY The family will enjoy our fine food, service atmosphere "Special Children's Menu" SUNDAY BRUNCH SERVED 10 A.M. TO 2 P.M. C PHONE 328-7756 for RESERVATIONS received approval for mortgage funds from Central Mortgagi and Housing Corporation. One remaining problem is ap- proval of subdivision of the area, at the corner of Lake- mount Boulevard and Forestry Avenue in east Lakeview. The matter is to be referred to a special housing board that has been set up to deal with experimental housing. Engineered Homes Ltd. and Nu-Mode Homes Ltd. have also made application for mortgage funds under the scheme. Federal funds are being made available under the plan at per cent interest. With a two per cent subsidy from the province, the rate to the home- owner is 5% per cent. The city is making land available at per front foot, plus the cost of services. In other business, the com- mission approved an applica- tion by Nu-Mode Homes Ltd. for a four-suite apartment at 530 33rd St. S. It also approved several sin- gle family residences for Nu- Mode. By RIC SWIHART Herald Staff Writer The Lethbridge Munici p a 1 Hospital board decision to pro- ceed with the psychiatric ward expansion, with or without gov- ernment assistance, was reach- ed because "the provision of extra beds couWn't be put off any 1 o n g e the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce was told. Part of the obstetrics ward at LMH will be converted to a psychiatric ward to increase the bed capacity to 28 from the present eight. Chamber vice president Terry Bland, who is also an LMH board member, told the chamber council the to expansion was needed to fill a vital service for south Alberta as set down by the Blair Report on mental illness. He said the LMH will look ;o the government to be reim- nirsed for the expenditure but if this fails, the board will have I to requisition the municipalities for the needed funds. Mr. Bland said the expansion of psychiatric services for Leth- bridge has been a continuing battle for seven years. "At that time, in 19G3, the doctors in the city made a sug- gestion to St. Michael's Gen- eral Hospital to include the add- ed services to the new construc- tion slated for that institution but it was refused by the min- ister of he said. "In 1964 the suggestion was made to integrate psychiatric services with LMH and S't. Mi- chael's and in 1965 three senior officials from the government toured the facilities. They de- cided there were not enough qualified people in the area to operate expanded services." He said a report in 1965 stated a 50-80 bed psychiatric ward was needed to fill the needs of south Alberta and in 1967 money was made available for an architect to assess the de- velopment at LMH as to the suitability for expansion. In 1968 the minister of health said he could not grant the add- ed services in Lethbridge. "A mental health advisory committee, made up of a cross section of the citizens was form- ed and recommendations by this committee were repudiated by the he said. "The minister wanted appro- val in principle to co ordin- ate all psychiatric services which Dr. Scott Angus did. The minister then said he needed legislative action by the cabi- net before anything definite could be decided." Mr. Bland said the number of qualified people in the city was Hospital Advised To Not Proceed A letter has been forwarded to provincial Health Minis t e r James Henderson by.Leth bridge Municipal Hospita" board announcing its decision to proceed with renovations to the hospital to provide 20 addi- tional psychiatric beds. Frank Russell, chairman ol the .hospital board, told The Herald Thursday he had phoned Mr. Henderson following the meeting to advise him of the board's plans, indicating that a detailed letter would follow. "Mr. Henderson advised against proceeding without ap- proval of the health depart- Mr. Russell said. "How- ever the board felt it was a last ditch move to provide the services needed in the commu- nity." He added that a letter will be sent to the municipal- ities in the area notifying them of the decision. "No funds are available as yet for the Mr. Russell said. "We have the right to requisition the city for funds, but we haven't got. to that stage of the financing yet." The board is still hoping the To Receive Degree Mrs. Charmaine Howe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. it. Wishart, will receive degree in bachelor of science n household economics at the all convocation exercises of he University of Alberta to be leld Oct. 13. She is enrolled at he university towards her Jachelor of education degree. Negligence Charge Laid Kenneth Clinton Nihill, 32, of the Picture Butte district has been charged with criminal negligence causing death as a result of a two-car head-on col- lision near Picture Butte Sept. 12. Killed in the accident were Geoffrey Lionel Wyman, 63, and his wife Alberta Bernice Wyman, 55, of Picture Butte. Nihill appeared in magis- trate's court in Picture Butte Tuesday and had his case re- manded until Nov. 12 for a pre- liminary hearing. The hearing will take place in Lethbridge. drastic action they have taken in proceeding with plans inde- pendently of the government's involvement, will result in posi- tive reaction from the health department, Mr. Russell, said. AUister Findlay, city finance director, said the city has no jurisdiction over hospital auth- orities' decisions. "I don't know where the. money will come from if the board proceeds with its he said. "If the gov- ernment refuses to finance the renovations they can requisi- tion the city of course, but coun- cil might object to any rise in mill rate at this time." RELIEVES GAS PAINS NEW 1971 VOLKSWAGEN 1600 1966 CORVAIR 2 Dr. H.T. Auto- CO77 malic. A-l. I I 1969 V.W. DELUXE Good cleon unit. ONLY RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. Corner 3rd Ave. and 16th SI. S. Phono 328-4539 Car lot 328-4356 above that in Calgary In rela- tion to population. "In the city there are five psychiatrists, equivalent to 50 in Calgary where there are only 29." He said in addition to the doc- tors specializing in psychiatric treatment, there are, many nurses already qualified at both city hospitals. "About 6% per cent of all ad- missions to the city hospitals are for psychiatric problems." Dr. James Thompson, a local psychiatrist, told the council the urgency to get the 20 extra beds is increasing every day. "It is increasingly harder to get patients transferred from Lethbridge to the other major psychiatric centres in the prov- he said. "Besides, it Is a definite ad- vantage to the patient to be treated in the local areas be- cause there is no need for ad- justment to the environment. "It is also hard to rehabili- tate people back to the com- munity once they have been treated outside the community." PHARMACY FACTS From O. C. Stubbi Are you an 'autotherapist'? This is a person who, while already under the care of his or her doctor, goes on to buy and use legally-available drugs :0f own choice! And, there are many of these self-diag. nosing patients, odd as this may 'seem to you. The danger of self- !diagnosls, white I under doctor's care, should be most obvious. The doctor, lack- jing knowledge of his patient's [self medication, prescribes medications which can possibly react negatively with his patient's personal effirts at self- medication, creating an incom- patibility between the self-medi- cations and those professionally prescribed! Please don't even consider this highly dangerous practice because your doctor is the only person trained to diag- nose and prescribe for your better health. Free parking? Of course. Free prescription delivery? Of course. Friendly, helpful service? Of course! Stabbs Pharmacy at 1506 9th Ave. S.? OF COURSEI CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanii BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 SAVE 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT IIMUTE INSTALLATlOrJa Phone 328-8134 FOR THE 'IN' CROWD CAMM'S HAVE AN EXCITING NEW COLLECTION OF "EYE CATCHERS" A new black nugget 'wet look' with extension sole and low pancake heel. Ideal with green, browns and blacks Mary Jane Baby Dolls. In black, brown and navy wet look NEW HANDBAGS Just arrived in crinkle cinnamon :rinkle brown. Also other colors match all your new fall shoes. "WHIRIAWAY" BABIES' SHOES by JOYCE (As illustrated) glove in sizes Burnt Beach In Ize. 6-11. AA and B fittings. Joycs SAVAGE WHITES So necessary for prescrip- tion build UPS in sizes 5 to 9. BONNIE STUART TODDLERS For growing young feet. WHITE DUTY SHOES Oomphies step-in and tie styles Savage Whiles priced at If It's In town THE ORIGINAL CHARLEY BROWNS By Savage. So popular with tho teen and college crowd. Sizes 8, SVi, 9, 9V4 and 10. 10.95 19.95 it's DOWNTOWN CHILDREN'S SHOES By Savage and Classmates. Infants' and tub-teen wet look, boys' Savags unimold oxfords. You'll find tho fin- est at Camm's. OPEN FRIDAYS until 9 p.m. RENAISSANCE IMPORTS T CENTRE VILLAGE ft ;