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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 1HE LETHBSIDGE HERALD Saturday, Januroy 27, 1973 Two agencies question United Appeal allotment tor MI llerjlii M.il: Uriti'r .v..-'ii to dis- tribute this ;.c.ir. the Leth- bridge Chest has mtmarieo! [o of its 15 L'nitec e-tber agen- cies That cies are Herald found in re.i.-tifn survey. Two -.v'-.i.-h -.vere cut are the rationale behind the The I'r-Jted Appeal cam- peisn corr-pared with Si'r.'X'.' IT. Allocations cam paign and acrr-instra-ion costs came to SliS.'.vo ar.j respec- tively for and :57'-. The and a d m i n 5 3 costs were due to the ovc-iapping c: the executive di- rectors. P_--is. the pres- ent e.tec'-ti'-e joined the Corr.ii'-rjTy Ch.es; in June bu: Jim the rrevious es- un.ril Jan. The -ot Ltcrease cf alloca- However. due to the with- drir-'til of the Cor.Hdan Mental Health from the Commurity peal to dis- tribute the zi-.-fr. to it in to 15 rerr-a-inir.c agen- cies. The 13 v.-hich re- ceived vo-rr rx-reent- age izcrejio ias: in tricke'j': Navy 54 166.7'.; 5-.o -VC 37 5 Victorian Order of Vurses Sll.OOO tu'e for the Blb.ci 5.3 Boys Scouts j Girl Guides (2.11. Canadian Parrpleeic Sl.iCO U.3V YMCA 519.000 vO.7'. Rfd Cross E3.MO '.O.SV Tne two agencies which did not receive iricreases John Howard Society. SS.5W down S25 from last rear, and Letibridge Familv Service, 000 39 per cent from 1S72. Xow the inevitable question: some agencies received more money and some agencies less, and why some agencies re- ceived increases and some agencies didn't, and why ths increases and decreases (up 1K.7 per cenr to down 39 per cent) so vastly different? agency is doing a dif- ferent job and each agency has different says Darwin the budget chair- man tor United Appeal. "Our building has to undergo renovations to meet city safety irspeciion staroares." said Leo GrinKmiski. president of the Navy League. ''I should point out that sev- en or eight years Ego. we re- ceived from the United Appeal but it had been cut com to SI.500. This year our in- crease -lay seem to be large, cut had we not been so bad- ly ail these years we could have done the renovsilocs hit ;sc r.ct have ask- Mu (24'. Canadian E h e u m a i s; (195'. St. Johr. A: Salvation --.h.-.tis and K.KO buiince S3.9W SU'.TO ed s'.ich asied Al Mont, csecuiive director of the Leth- bridge Family Service wiiose ai'ccations were cut by 39 per cent. "I am not of any particular reason why we snoald be cu; so badiy." According to T.'rn EEC M-. Pun-is, the Family Service is the only agerxr." which could count on government support should i; run iino a uation, "The other agencies have ro or.e else to turn to should they. run Lnro a deficit situation.'' Mr. Purvis explained. The siniple truth. Mr. Purvis jnid. is that there just isn't enough bread to feed all the hungry agencies. Despite the fact last year's campaign was five per cent above 1971, u was tar from what the Com- mar-jty Chest had hoped io get. The Herald was told that to satisfy all the needs of the 15 agencies, the appeal would have io raise S44.000 more than it did. Each year, the agencies sub- mit to the United Appeal board what they think they would re- i quire. this amounted to for the 1973 operations. The board reviewed all the soplicsnocs and told the as en- cies they would receive S15 i for 1973 if the campaign could j raise that much. When the care-! paign erdec. all that could i allocated was S1IS.OOO. "I riess we have to be grate- f'jl for what ever sraotmt the cornnmnlty gives us." said Ross, local president for the Canadian Xatiooal Institute for the Blind. j United Appeal officials said they hope t.9 do better with t.re If73 campaign. One proposed change is to exter.d the cam-! paien to outside city limits, Mr. j Purvis I Seme agencies, such as the John Howard are bare- ly holdinr on. "This year our nembershiD drive and the garden tour must succeed." tts president Doug Walier said. "6thers-iie we will be in '.rouble But. Mr. Waiier asked, whet would happen if tbe weather came on the caraca Short-change artist at large "Vending machine rifled An nr.cstermmcd amount of cl-Jr.e after iieves broke Lnto 2 cash was taker, list irjr.t frcm local sen'ice station. a cigarette ar.d sett drick ma- QUALITY DENTURE] CLINIC EDDY DJETSiCH Ctrtified Mecf.a-ic Capi'o! Furrv.'ure Bldg. PHONE 323-7634 BM Mayor Magradi Gulf Servtce, I at 16th Ave. and Mayor Ma- grath Drive was entsred by 1 breaking a glass door. The break-in was discovered by a patrol constable at this morning. Police are still investigating. HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th Si. FOR YOUR COMPLETE Phone 323-1778 WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Invilaiioru Announcement! i'24 Hour Service If Bride Bockj Thank You Cards Nopkins Molchei creeds ccrr-.piimentary hec2 p'cce each crc'erl FREE CUSTOMER PARKING A ''short-change arist" some- one who steals money from store clerks by way of several confusing charges oi raor.ey :or something is operating in the ci.'y. LeCh- hridge police advised today. The artist usually operates by going into a sore where he buys a small item, like a pack- age of cigarettes, and pays for i: with perhaps a 510 bfll After he has received his change, he then tells the clerk he has lots cf change, and pays for tbe item aEain. End asks for his EH bflfbsck. Police say that two stores had money stolen from them in this way last night, with another theft attempted. 80 works displayed UofL art gallery opens Works of art from 40 local artists are being shorn at the University oi Lethbridge stu- dent gallery in the new phys- ical education building. The gallery will be open 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday to Sat- urday and from noon to 11 p.m. Sunday, with the first art show scheduled until Feb. 10. During the first show, 80} works are being featured in- i eluding paintings, ceramics, j photographs, prints arid sculp-' ture. There is no charge to' view the works, many of which are for sale. A second show has already boen planned to start Feb. 19. Any student works of art will be accepted at the student gal- lery until Feb. 16. G e r r i Beaulieu and Don Slickney, organizers of the stu- dent gallery project, say the student gallery is intended to give developing local artists a chance to display their work and to gain experience and rec- ognition. The student gallery is expect- ed to augment the "public gal- lery, operated by the U of L art department, which brings o[ well-known artists to Lethbridge. Mr. Slirtmey says they ei- pect to operate four shorn dur- ing the spring semester. Submissions to ths student gallery are judged by a panel of five art students to ensure the works meet an adult level of achievement. Depending on t h e response of artists throughout Southern Alberta, organizers of the stu- dent gallery may expand to a second location in the academ- ic residence building, More local autonomy seen DON KIRKHAM INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. CONTINUES TO SE5VE FiRE AUTO PERSONAL COMMERCIAL DOUG BOYER-Solei 305 91 h SI. S. Phcna 328-1228 Break-in nets SI 6 i A breii-b last night at the Lethbridge ESiibrJra hoard ot- i i.ce to have netted about 515. The break-in was discovered at 8-20 this morning, and in-. is con'.L-.-jir.g. Er.tr.' was gatr.-ed by breai- L-s E ticket booth window. I By JOE MA i changes will affect our social Herald Staff Writer assistance programs. The public assistance pro- "However, we have always gr.im in Alberta is under re- been advocating autonomy view a move which city of- in decision-making by the muni- ficiais are hopeful will sive cipalities and if we have more municipalities greater autono- money at our disposal, we will m> in'their social welfare ad- have more say." ministrsricc A: presea, about S60 mil- One of the changes, as an- lion are handed out each year Dcunced by Premier Peter to Albertans needing social as- Lougheed earlier is for the sistance. incjuding some province to add E Trillion a CW in the Lethbridge region, year to the nvsu'cipaliues lor said Wally West, director of social assistance. public inionaation for the de- Tee aditionai money to the panment. municipalities ss prooosed in There are more than 33.CCO Al- the prooerr.- tsx reduction plan, bcrtans. including the disabled, is subject 'to spproval by tbe the aged, single, pareuls with legisiarure next" month, a dependent children. unwed spokesman for tbe department mothers, the unemployed and of health and social cw-elop- the inderempioyed receiving meat says. social assistance, be said. "It looks socd on the sur-, The department's 3o redooEl face.'" "s'i v Kav Jenson. co- otiices currently handle 90 ordinator of seen! services for per cent of social assistance Martin Bros. Funeral Homes Ltd. (2nd GENERATION) South Alberta for over half a century (1922-1972) Presents THE SUNDAY HOUR Lhc of Leihbridze. "B-i! cases. The other 10 cer cent is we have the details yet handled by tbe municipalities. I and we don't know how the Under the current ccKl-shar- ing arrangement, tbe province contributes 60 per cent of the social assistance money banded out by the municipalities, 3Ir. West said. j Tbe proposed change, as an- i raanced By the premier, is for j the province to ccotribute 95 per cent to tbe municipalities. The total money spent by the provincial government m social assistance, including its contri- butions to tbe mimicipaliries, is shared 50 per cent by tbe fed- err.i government, he e-TpLaised. Other changes are forthcom- ing but will not yet be made public, VTest said. Ke said the department Is r.ow studying two reports cc the future directions of the social assistance program, and when a majority opinion is formed the minister win maie a de- cision. Ore report is being prepared by the chief deputy rninisier, Bruce who has ir.viteri comments from the public and interest croups. The other is an bdcpender.t survey of 5.KO Al- beitara which the government commissioned from Social Sys- tems, a Calgary public opinion research firm. 1 "Both reports are ta fed the department is studying them." Mr. West said. ''It is too early to say when the minister will make a decision based on the majority opinion to emerge from the reports fexd propose legislation." According to a background renon prepared by Mr. son. ihe e-tisting program has several deficiencies, including toe lack of incentive for reci- pients to find work, unequal treatment of recipients, flie complexity of the program and the confusing division of re- sponsibility between the prov- i ince and the rnu-iicipaLlties. The report says under exist- ing regulations, people with as- sets of more than S5CO if single more than SI .COO if a lamily can't qL-siiiy for social assis- tance. They stipulate that peo- ple with monthly income of more if single and more than 525 if a family also cannot qualify for assistance. There are 1.600 social assis- tance recipients in the Leth- i bridge area, said Cam Bracken, tie department's regional ed- ministrator whose territory in- cludes the City of Lethbridge, the County of Lethbridge. the Municipal District of Willow Creek, the M.D. of Taber. the County of Warner, tbe M.D. of Cardston and Improvement District No. 4. Tbe purpose of sodal issis- tarjce. he said, is to "provide financial assistance to persons in need sut'ficient to ersure a n-L-imum lesel of health ard to provide n-Kessarj- rerebih'ta- ticin Tne disabled are the largest group sooal 33 per rent of ail recipients are disabled, follow- ed by single parents at 32 per cent, the aged at 15 per cer.i. the unemployed at U per cent end under employed at SLV per ccr.t. Indians living on reserves are not usually eligible for soci.il assistance. Mr. Bracken said they are the responsibiliiy of the department of Indian af- fairs and northern develop- niort. ST. BASIL'S CATHOLIC CHURCH SENIOR CHOIR r, REMO BACEEA Organ.lt. E3NA SUNDAY, JANUARY to a.m. and 1 p.m. to a.m. CJOC-TV CHANNEL "I THE TRADITIONAL CHAPEL THE MEMORIAL CHAPEL 31! 3rd Avenue Scu'h 703 13th Street NonK 2nd GENEBATION FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND ADMINISTRATIVE COUNSELLORS FOR PRE-ARRANGEMENTS (Aurhorlied by (he Security Commtiiionj BIDS WILL BE ACCEPTED UP UNTIL MONDAY, FEMUARY 5th, 1973 FOR A 1968 FORD GALAXIE CONVERTIBLE 10% depoiU required, financing may be arranged. Highefl or any bid not neceliarily accepted. To view car Contact ROBERT KOIESAR al- ST. PATRICKS SAVINGS AND CREDIT UNION LTD. 302 10th STREET S PHONE 337-4143 ;