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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, September 16, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Health board opposes home for retarded CRANBROOK (Special) The East Kootenay Union Board ot Health is opposing the use of the St Eugene Mis- sion residence as a home for the mentally retarded Health officials say they will continue to voice strong objections to the project Board chairman Reg Taylor of Sparwood says, "Now is the time to take action The government funded conversion of the school into an institute for 60 mentally handicapped adults, described as capable of self care but re- quiring supervision, met the sustained disapproval of health board members meeting here 'We are failing in our duty if we do not raise strong ob- jections, says Dorothy Larsen Her motion, pledging to con- tinue expressing strong objec- tions to the mission's use as a home for those in our society least able to help was passed by board members The continued opposition follows hard on the heels of a submission to the minister of health by the board which condemned the building for poor ventilation, lack of soundproofing, lack of patients privacy, inadequate supervision and poor sleeping facilities Says board secretary Margaret Vogan "although the health minister said the mission would be upgraded to meet the board's recommen- dations very little work has been done The rooms, small, brightly colored cubicles, are supposed to be permanent homes for the approximately 60 adults who will live in the institute Each resident will have only four or five narrow drawers and a small open closet for clothes and personal belongings The six foot partitions between the rooms do not reach the ceiling, causing niose to travel easily among the rooms Electrical cords and plugs often hang from outlets in the ceiling The lack of any form of doors on the rooms adds to the noise and makes privacy vir- tually impossible The physical facilities would not contribute to the well being of the residents, the health board believes 'These facilities could only drag them says Jack Hall of Creston The board will urge the government to consider some alternate use for the building The board is in favor of bringing the building to stan- dards but not for its proposed use Correspondence with East Kootenay city councils shows the board has complete back- ing of city officials in this regard The board secretary, in cor- respondence with East Kootenay municipal ad- ministrators, said "in this day and age when the sole aim of the government is to remove the use of institutions and get people back to com- munities in small, home like conditions, it seems paradox- ical that an institution such as this is being planned for the East Kootenays At a recent council meeting, Aid Alex Demchuk of Cranbrook said the rooms resemble "cages and "the whole thing is disagreeable we do not want to see our peo- ple in there The provincial government rents the school from the five band Kootenay District Indian Council TOTAL IT'S THE BIGGEST DRAW IN THE WEST! There will be 1908 lucky ticket holders! FIRST PRIZE SECOND PRIZE THIRD PRIZE 5 FOURTH PRIZES each CONSOLATION PRIZES 1900 at each SELLER'S PRIZES TOTAL PRIZES Entries Close October 9. 1974 Preliminary Draw October 23, 1974 GOOD FOR YOU AND ALBERTA, TOO! Proceeds from the sale of all tickets in Alberta will be used m Alberta to support sports and cultural events such as Sport Alberta. The Alberta Art Foundation Alberta Heritage Foundation and the 1978 Commonwealth Games The Lottery is sponsored by the Calgary Stampede and Exhibition. the Commonwealth Games Foundation and the Edmonton Exhibition Association under the auspices of Jhe Alberta Government GIVES YOU A CHANCE ON BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW! Available trom your lavonJe service church sports or m Jhe and qel your toy PMAIL TO: WESTERN CANADA LOTTERY Box 2900. Calgary, Ana. SO WT No o' 1'rteH MOTWV Ordpr NAME ADDRESS PHONE PROVINCE POSTAL CODE J South In Short Teaching staff chosen CRANBROOK (Special) Continuing education co or- dinator Prof Maurice Williams has chosen his resident staff for third and fourth year university courses at Invermere, Creston, Fernie, Kimberley and Cranbrook The courses are offered by Notre Dame University Prof Williams will lecture in history, modern French and Tudor and Stuart eras of the history of Britain Dr Vince Salvo will teach psychology and sociology Diana Mysak will teach English, including Canadian literature, Victorian and. Edwardian prose and poetry and children's literature Ian Weatherley will lecture and tutor at Cranbrook only in the philosophy of education Resignation accepted BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The board of trustees of the Crowsnest Consolidated School Division No 63 at a special meeting Sept 9 accepted the resignation of supenntendant Paul K Zubick Terms of seperation were accepted as presented by both parties Merv Kowalchuk of the Lethbndge Regional office is acting as supenntendant until another supermtendant is obtained A nchorman Eager to lend a helping hand, Mayor Ernie Fantm of Blairmore, left, stretches as he anchors Lloyd Filimek, a local contractor who was having difficulty roughing up a newly poured concrete driveway League canvass today PINCHER CREEK (Special) St Michael's Catholic Women s League will canvass door to door for the Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society today The week long drive for funds will end Sept 23 Cranbrook fund drive CRANBROOK (Special) The household canvass for the Cranbrook United Appeal fund will begin Sept 30 The 1974 appeal objective is 000 to meet the needs of la charitable agencies The ob- jective is up 000 from 1973 The campaign chairman is Hugo Hess Firm needs more money CRANBROOK (Spec- cal) The engineering firm hired to supervise building of the Joseph Gold Creek water system, a 5 million project, has asked for an additional EPEC Consulting Ltd says the recently settl- ed strike involving the concrete industry has set back the dam pro- ject by six weeks It has resulted in problems that "have affected our firm by imposing unex- pected additional costs to ourselves on this pro- says an EPEC of- ficial Voters to settle issue of Cranbrook construction Money needed for tour R Myers High School Chorus and Band needs to finance a tour of England next summer The trip will cost Some has already been raised by the Spirit of 75 com- mittee formed to handle fund raising chores CRANBROOK (Special) Cranbrook voters will likely decide in November on public works expenditures for a new roads program a storm sewer program and building of a se- cond fire hall The first three readings have been given by council for the three money bylaws They total nearly 5 million The expected increase in the mill rate to cover the expen- ditures would start in 1976 With roads costing an es- timated 1 7 mills, storm sewers 1 85 mills and the fire hall 1 15 mills, taxpayers could face a 4 65 hike in the tax rate The roads bylaw would allow upgrading or rebuilding of city streets as part of a six to 10 vear program started two years ago when voters approved the first roads bylaw Before that time, roads were paid for out of general revenue With referendum money, costs are spread over the life of the roads and, coun- cil decided, are more evenly shared by residents in future as well as those who live here now The roads bylaw asks for authorization to spend In Observance off the JEWISH NEW YEAR Progress Clothing Ltd. 112.114 5th Streets. Lethbridge WILL BE CLOSED All Day Tuesday, Sept. 17th and Wednesday, Sept. 18th OPEN FOR BUSINESS at usual Thursday, Sept. 19th at in the morning. Mountain Vtow Mitul Ttliphoni Co. AUCTION SALE WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18 1 P.M. Mite South-Ettt of Mountain Vtav Approximately 1000 poles in various sizes from 16' to 35' These are all full length pressure treated and ail new in 1968 Also approximately 3 tons of steel wire and various other items connected with the dismantling of a telephone line remittance must accompany coupon BEATON FARM RANCH LTD. Dayton, Albarta, Canada TOK1PO UPI WtnnlVtvv Exttte ditto HtMiH SptcMizri Exotic dltli Hailing anywhere in Canada and U.S.A. ForfiHlHai infotniaUon contact: JBMY N. KATON- PIMM (403) 7334541 Our engineer has es- timated that expenditure of about every two to three years over a six to nine year period will put us about even said Mayor Ty Colgur The storm sewer project would cost and bring the city s system up to stan- dard A turndown of this bylaw might have an effect on the roads program, Aid Art Beresford was told when he questioned whether some roads would be built if they would have to be torn up later for installation of storm sewers The second fire hall would be located just off 2nd St S Fire insurance underwriters would class every building in the city as a greater fire hazard without the new hall and addition of the up-to- date truck Fire Chief Vern Doll has reported At present, Cranbrook is rated second highest on the scale, along with most other cities in B C WATCH AND WAIT FOR SHELDONS PROMOTION SALE 1 DAY ONLY-THURSDAY. SEPT. 19th 516 3rd Avenue South Next Door to Bank of Montreal Singer has precision-made scissors for every sewing our newest Model 811 for cutting knit fabrics. All specially crafted of finest steel to high quality Singer standards. All chrome scratch or tarnish! Style 814 4" Embroidery Style 800 Threw! Snip Style 805 Seeing Style 6" DooMc Pointed Trimmer Style 847 7 Trimmer Style 867 7 Bent Shears 8 Res 398 3.19 Style 868 -8 Bent Shears 698 5.S9 Style 807 7S Pinking 498 3.99 Style 809 Pmkmg Shears. 498 9.99 StyJe 157 7" Barber Scissor 4.98 3.99 StykSOS-S Shears S98 4.79 Style 810 -10 Teilor Shears 698 SJS9 SMc S2S left Hand 7H Shears 698 Style Hand Pinking Shears Stvle 811-11 Polyester Shears Reg 798 12.98 1498 698 998 1398 798 1298 Sate 6.S9 19.39 11-M S-59 7.M 11.19 1939 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER II, SINGER COLLEGE PHONE 397.9943 ;