Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Montreal Hospitals Told To Clean Up Saturday, July 4, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 MONTREAL (CP) The city has ordered 26 Montreal hospi- tals to clean up poor hygienic conditions which municipal inspectors found during a series of recent visits. Following a special city exec- utive committee meeting, chair- man Lucien Saulnier said the city's health department has al- ready been assured of the hospi- tals' co-operation in the clean- up. The health department, Mr. Saulnicr said, also vtanls to esi tablish a joint committee of hos- pital, city and provincial health officials to make sure improved conditions are maintained. Some of the worst conditions listed in a report released after the meeting were: blood-stained, rusty instruments being used in au- topsy rooms and pathological laboratories; handling and dis- posal of the bodies of persons who died from contagious dis- eases, with consequent risks to the health of the community; conditions in kitchens and unsanitary prac- tices in laundry rooms. The below-standard health conditions were criticized in the 56-page' report prepared by J. a. Guerard, superintendent of the city's air purification and health division. Part of the report, involving 13 hospitals, was published in a copyrighted story by the Mont- real Star last month. In the story the most serious accusation concerned the falsifi- cation of death certificates in cases of contagious disease. However, the official report does not concur with the earlier preliminary report used by The Star. "In cases where autopsy was the report says, "we have found demographic statistics to be accurate." CLIP EXPENSES KOTORUA, N.Z. (Reuters) Police investigating an adver- tisement for a "tested and proven" method of cutting household bills by half found the advertiser intended to send a pair of scissors to people an- swering the ad. Police said the advertiser claimed he wanted to how many fools there were and intended to return any money he received. Gems of Truth: PRESENTED WEEKLY BY VAN PELT CUSTOM INTERIORS LTD. LETHBRIDGE Begin this new week With a song and a smile. If will lift your heart For a long, long whils. Don't put off till tomorrow The good that you can do. Tomorrow is only a vision, But today belongs to you. Kenc Lcvcsquc, leader of tho Parti Quebecois, has gone back lo journalism after a 10- year absence. He said he felt "just like a fish in water." In the first of a series of daily col- umns he will write for the Jour- nal de Montreal, Mr. Levesquc RENE LEVESQUE Prefers Journalism said he still finds journalism "the most attractive and satisfying of all professions." Mr. Levesque, defeated in Montreal Laurier in the April 29 provincial election, worked as a reporter and with the CBC until he was elected to the Quebec legislature in i960. He said he approached his task nervously because he had become so involved with pub- lic affairs that he questioned his ability to write about them simply. The Louisiana legislator who said he'd rather see his family die than receive "a drop of nig- ger blood" has apologized to the House for use of the racial slur. "I used that word 'nigger' the other day and I'm sorry for it." said Representative Archie Davis of Bogalusa. "Sure 1 get mad like anyone else." Davis added, however, that his stand on the labelling of blood for transfusion with the race of the donor was un- opposes remov- ing the label. Civil rights leader Ray Wilkins has urged young black militants to "cease the mean, meaningless sneering" and make peaceful integration their goal. "It is time for the young sol- dier to join with the old soldier to save the nation, save the white people from themselves and save democratic participa- tion in he said. Wilkins, executive director of the National Association for the Advancement .of Colored Peo- ple, told the delegates at- tending the organization's 61st annual convention in Cincinnati that the United States cannot survive when it is racially di- vided. "A racial minority cannot live except in a democracy. In saving it we ourselves." Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr., di- vorced recently from his sec- ond wife in Juarez, Mexico, has married Felicia Warburg Sarnoff, former of Robert Sarnoff, chairman of the board and president of the Radio Corp. of America. Roosevelt's first wife was Elhel du Pont, whom he married in 1937. They were divorced in 1949 and he married the former Suzanne Perrin. Ada Pritchard, MPP for Hamilton West and the first woman ever to sit on the gov- ernment side'of the Ontario legislature, said in Hamilton she mil retire at the end of this session. Mrs. Pritchard, 69, was first elected to the legislature as a Progressive Conservative in 1963, after servir.g on Hamil- ton's city council for 12 years. Implement Firm To Close Plant BRANTFORD, Ont. (CP) A slowdown in the farm imple- ment industry and growing in- ventories will result in an early shutdown at the North Ameri- can combine plant of Massey- Ferguson Industries Ui., a company spokesman says. The plant's 623 workers will begin a vacation and inventory period July 17, three weeks ear- lier than the planned close-down Aug. 10- Operations will resume Sept. 8 but only 350 workers will be called back lo begin production of manure spreaders. The re- maining 275 employees. will gradually return to wcrk near the end of October as produc- tion of combines is resumed. Massey-Ferguson's Toronto plant, aJcng with the M-Foundry and Verity Work's here, will close Aug. 8. All workers will return Sept. 5. A company official said! the firm's ability to resume produc- tion of combines will depend "on the market prospects for next season." MARK NUMBERS EDMONTON (CP) Circle, check or underline numbers in your telephone director when you first look them up, advises an Alberta Government Tele- phones release. When you need to call it again, it will be found easily. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 Lower Floor 5174th Ave. S. 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