Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 45

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 58

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, October 2, 1974-THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD-45 Isolated Alberta areas need help EDMONTON (CP) The four-yc-ar-old girl is having trouble breathing. Her tem- perature is 102 degrees and she bounces between a raging fever and shuddering chills. She has been this way for almost 36 hours and still there is no word from a doctor on what to do, no transportation authorized to take her to hos- pital. This is what many native parents face in isolated settle- ments scattered across north- ern Alberta because of a lack of communications equip- ment. That's the message being carried by the Alberta Iso- lated Communities Advisory Board to the Alberta govern- ment. "Since there are only mo- bile phones in the five settle- ments it is very difficult sometimes to reach various people responsible for the au- thorization of mercy flights, ambulance trips, medical ad- vice and said board member John Cardinal. Some of the major isolated Lake, Peerless Lake, Chipeway Lake, Loon Lake and Sandy community health workers but their effec- tiveness is limited, said Mr. Cardinal. "Local health workers lack the authority to order emer- gency flights and have to call the doctor or nurse on duty. "This takes time and some- times we need the flight as soon as possible. It's a prob- lem and we have to do some- thing about it." Loon Lake and Chipeway have no facilities where phy- sicians can work in private, said Mr. Cardinal, and Loon Lake lacks even a community health worker. Isolation in the com- munities is not limited to com- munications and medical flights. "The road conditions are impassable during breakup. The department of highways tells us the forestry branch is responsible for the mainte- nance and upgrading of the roads, but nobody seems to know for sure who is respon- said Rev. Paul Hernou of Chipeway. Father Hernou said recrea- tion facilities in most isolated communities are "non-exis- tent "The Northland school divi- sion is responsible for the rec- reational activities for the iso- lated communities but there is hardly anything for older people. "We must work together on this aspect, we have the labor available through the oppor- tunity core but we are short of funds for our community pro- jects." William Beaver, isolated communities worker, said "since we've started the Iso- lated Communities Board, we have been making some head- way with our presentations. "It takes time and energy but the people are patient and they are confident we will make some progress-" NOTICE City of Lethbridge Municipal Elections 1974 ADVANCE POLL For those persons who are qualified electors and who have reason to believe that they will be absent from their place of residence during the whole of the time fixed for municipal elections OR who by reasons of physical disability find it im- posssible or extremely difficult to attend at the regular polling place, an Advance Poll will be es- tablished in the City Hall and will be open on THURSDAY, October 10 FRIDAY, October 11 SATURDAY, October 12 between the hours of two o'clock in the afternoon and eight o'clock in the evening on each of the said three days. JOHN GERLA Returning Officer CITY OF LETHBRIDGE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS 1974 PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that Polling will take place for the Election of ALDERMAN (EIGHT VACANCIES) on Wednesday, the 16th day o! October. 1974, from o'clock in the forenoon until o'clock in the afternoon, at the following places: NORTH LETHBRIDGE Westminster School Rainbow Hall Senator Buchanan School Wilson Junior High School St. Paul's School Winston Churchill High School SOUTH LETHBRIDGE Civic Centre Hamilton Junior High School Allan WaJson School General Stewart School Lakeview School Gilbert PaJerson School Sea Cadet Ship Fleetwood Bawden School St. Patrick's School Assumption School Agnes Davidson School Hompa Buddhist Church WEST LETHBRIDGE Physical Education Building University ot Lelhbridge AND At the same time, place and date above mentioned, Polling for Members of the following Boards- Public School Trustees (Seven Vacancies) Separate School Trustees (Fhre Vacancies) will take place, and that I will at City Hall on Friday, the 18th day of October. 1974. at 12 00 o'clock noon sum up the votes and declare the result o? the Sections. GIVEN under my hand at Lethbridge fhis 2nd day of October, 1974. J. GERLA Returning Officer Happy Comrades watch as captive Portuguese sol- dier does a handstand at a Frelimo army camp in southern Tanzania after he was freed by Mozam- bique president Samora Machel. 300 empty classrooms in prospect GRANDE PRAIRIE