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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta frlday, Novunbir 6, 1770 THE tnHBRIDGI HEMln 3 Hospital Sites Question Resolved CRANBROOK (Special) East Koolcnay Regional Hos- pital District board meeting here has affirmed its rights lo own sites of the five hospitals operated by ths live hospital (societies in Ihe area through their respective elected boards. The resolution at the annual B.C. Hospital So- cieties Association ut Varreou- vcr recently narrowly ap- proved a resolution opposing Society ownership in prefer- ence to regional ownership. Decision appears to have been reached on the basis of fi- nancing. Hegional Hospital Dis- trict's main function in this field is determining ils hospital tangible requirements and ar- ranging to finance the region's share of capitalization for this. Function of the local hospital societies is to administer Ihe facility mill cost of this deter- mined on the basis of Individ-1 nal society budgets, reviewed and revised by BC1I1S which establishes the diem pa- tient budgcl operation rale and pays Iliis amount. Fernio Hospital Society is in process of arranging assembly of site, approximately 14 acres, 7.75 of which are being' pur- chased at an acre from Crow's Nesl Industries Ltd. Regional referendum last June ovenvhelmingly endorsed regional capital expenditure of in the various dis- tricts, principal of which is [or a Gil-bed new hos- pilal at a ncv? site in Fernie. Plans are at pre-schemalic stage and initial move is sile assembly. First expenditure of Hie ap- proved referendum amount has been awarded at for air conditioning and other in- side improvements at Kimber- ley Hospital, to Columbia Man ifacturing Company Ltd. WINS SCIIOLA1IS1III' Anne Mcmlcnhall. IS. of Itay- llitmcl. has won Ihe Raymond. Municipal Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship for 550 presented (o o higli school graduate showing highest qualifica- tions for imrsing Iruiniug. She is studying at Hieks College. Rexbiirg, Idaho. ITcr parenta arc Mr. and lilts. Boss Mcn- (tenliall. V MISS LILLIAN PARRY AND "PATIENT" Disaster Exercise Held At Magrath MAGRATH (HNS) Emer gency Measures Organization officials are well pleased will the community disaster exer cise held here recently. Dr. McLaren, director of health services, said it was "well organized end much smoother than some." "Magrath is fortunate In having a well-equipped hospital and experienced staff capable and confident to handle such in- AALBCM6 AKVAVIT AALBORG AKVfttfET BUY f I Serve and icy cold fight out of ilic j smorcisbord, bullet supper or 1 cinapcs, I It is also good in I coikuils. fust Jisiiiicd in IS 46. juries. I liked Ihe way Drs. Dahl and Brewerton sorted and diagnosed patients and gave in- structions" he reported. The simulated school bus- train collision provided excel- lent experience for 100 people. Twenty-seven hosnital staff, 37 auxiliary assistants, 26 victims, stretcher bearers, ambulance drivers and scout messengers took part. All will be tetter prepared to handle a real emergency and be less apt to panic. Esther Kiffel Named To BCRA For Koolenay FERNIE The East Kool- enay has a new representative to the British Columbia Rec- reation Association, Mrs. Esther Eiffel of Feraie. Mrs. Riffel is secretary of Feraie recreation commission and a newcomer to the area. Sha replaces Mrs. Enid Ander- son of Cranbrook who has been BCRA representative for years. Mrs. Riffel moved lo Fernie from northwcslcrn Onlario late last year and was clecled lo Uie recreation commission in April. She worked for two years for an Ontario recreation com- mission and spent eight years working in administration and programing for a residential adult education centre. In com- munity activities, Mrs. Iliffel is primarily interested in working willi young people. Kraft, Bolinet Party Held At Lodge FORT M A CLEOD (Special) Staff and guests of Pioner' Lodge recently marked Hie lOlli birthday of Ihe lodge willi a party. After dinner Jehn Dav_ chairman of the board of man agers called on Ernie Sclimi! tn bring greetings from th Town of Fort Macleod. Lcn Zoeteman favored _. gdlhering w i I h several piano