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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THl inilBWOGl HERMD Snluidtiy, April 1, 1971 Retarded children to be moved 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. t6 GAMES JACKPOT IN 54 NUMBERS 2nd BONUS JACKPOT IN 49 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER IS YEARS AUOWEDT PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS TONITE SATURDAY, APRIL 1-CUFFS COM3O PARK PiAZA RESTAURANT EDMONTON Jlosl of the retarded children requiring intensive care will moved (nil (of NIC Allxrla Scliool Hospital at Hod Deer into a fiiciliiy in 1 Edmonton next week, a health .department, official said lierc. 'Hie .spota'smaii about 100 cliiMren lie moved lo Hie oil! Jliserieordia Hospital starting April 7. "ll's iiarl ill a plan lo reduce (he KIX) palienl at lied Deer by aliout 200 this he said. Ilcallh Minister Noil C'r.-iv- ford (old the legislature Tuua- tile government is consid- ering cverylhinr; from regional faeililies lo foster lionies lo vitli n haeklop of I retarded children vailing hos- pital Mr. Crawford said a report is expected in aboul two raontlis on a "full-scale'' .survey aimed at providing a plan for "ra- tional" development for the re- larded. Ur. I.. J. I.e Vann medical superintendent at Hie school liere, said earlier conditions are deplorable. lie said Hie 14 residences, con- structed between ISM anil 1352, "dilapidated and obsolete" EASTER SUNDAY 12 NOON TO 8 P.M. EVERYONE WELCOME! PUlfl MOTOR HOTEL ami Unit ho hail ;i ion- stnnl fojillic ilurini'. Uie last 2-! ycnrs (o upgrade tlie facility. He snid ho fa'-'cci an apparent public policy of giving "the rrtmtli'd Ihe crumbs II aiv Unified ojfr HIP Mr. lie became nu'nre of the contliliotis nt lied DCLT soon nfk'r taking office last ycnr. "Tills is an area thai found to be crilieal wlic-u we came lo office.'1 Whoa I "rowers inav change j delivery poinl fCP1 'Hie 1 nadian hoiird said today producers lo change J one of their grain delivery points may do so before April 25. The board salt! growers may make one change in either Ihcir primary or alternate delivery (joint lo a new point in the same? province upon receipt nf a permit book certificate from the wheat board office. HIGHLIGHT How to save and improve your hair demonstrated by exeert here BAJJJTNG BEABS IJKE TTIESE, a TMT" hai brtn anDDoncrd. A.? feng aa jou hare .WOK li.iir, yon Jravc an rvccTJou dniMc to gnrw Uiicfecr tcdr by pew methods oC borne firatmait. SCALP SPECTAUST If ERE TO DEMONSTRATE NEW HOME TREATMENT New iiomo Lrcalmcnt nicLhorJs [yourself (o frco your mind of for prevenling baldness and worries about hair loss, daml- obtaining thicker h.iir uill niff, ilching or other scalp rtLs- bo dcmonsLiMLfil In LeLhbridge [orders by learning how to lake this Monday, April 'care of your hair. If your con- j ditiriii i.s the scope ol 1 Park I-nnc treatment, will vmi news rrieasw Ifnlay I'ark I.unc uml Scalp Clinic. In their antioLince- nionl, they naniecl .staff Lricholo- gisL Mr. V. Michel ID conduct I he Lcthbrklgo Mr. Miclic-1 frjnikly loll DON'T I'VT IT OIT Yuur hair is in better comli- will personally ermine hnir- llon iL. l'i" month or even nexl week That s worried mra ami women from u.0 ynl, (n M-O urijc you In sec our p.m. (n 8 pm. Monday all irichologist "ixiforc morn i-, oijf ,-iboul "'.'j" ri'TW h !i' P froaimpn'. UIIAT (Al'.SCS method? fir -iaiinR jnur hair. AcMally, Ihf. twt> rrnvl com- I'Hicn you won't wako up a ffw mon of hnlilnnss nrc 5'cars rroln artl flncl noRlr.ct niui misli-i-almpiit of self I'ald and piunfully aware l.hc hnir. The mt.fl conspicuou.s IJiinR alxnil hair Lrriuhlc is that it's progressive. Once hair loss I SCAI Kx VMIX sLirl.s. it stop ;'oluntar- ily. It hn.s lo be .stopped. Wo; Mr .Muhol in havn often lieen asked if our lunv rnn he mctjjo'l.s can (uro bnldiirss.'lhc j avoiflcd .nnO on i.s .NO tiul cour.igcH. 'Iht; nrni. f'.nrk your si ill can at k-osL ,sa what have 'Jlir nr "i.s- IX) NT UNTIL IT TSTOO 1ATF-! is finir j m el hod improve.; save nn'l i vonr hair in priVfjey r-lr your ov.n hOTTf sfk IJin desk clerk at the. F.I Ilnncho Monday 1 p.m. i and R p.m. for Mi-. Michel's ju iiicure in) hy j niimljer Vou don't ncvil TvTr, "Miehet an nnpoinfinenl FAiiminalions 'V'ouf only i.s to j are Rum in pnvalo. NO We want Lo make it clear thai WHITE HEATHER Wednesday, April 26th ol B p.m. tjrifiy ALEXANDER BROTHERS and FULL SUPPORTING CAST Tickets on Sale at lEISTER'S MUSIC TUESDAY, APRIL Sponsored by ST. ANDREWS PRESBYVESIAN CHURCH SCOTS COYMITtEE KATUUI1AY SI'OHT: 1'ro lluckry, 6 p.m., I'll. 7. The New York meet the Maple Leafs in Toronto. CItl.MK DHA.MA: ".lack of 0 p.m., Ch. 7. Cicorgo Hamilton as nn iliternalional cat Inirfilar wUU Ills eye on the penis in a Paris Ijank vmill. MOVIIO DIIAMA: "The Kong n[ p.m.. I'll. 7. A peasant girl becomes lhc centre of religions contro- versy when she claims to have seen n vision. AIOVIH COMKDYr "A Very Special J2 nilil- niKlil. ('It. 13. A tale about a spinster psychiatrist and her ardent patient. SL'iNDAV SJ'OKT: l'i-o Hockey, 12 noun. I'll. The Montreal Canadians mcel the Hangers in New York in a play-of[ SI'OHT: liasketliall, 12 noon, Ch. II. The Los Angeles Lakers inceL Uie Chicago Bulls in n Wc.xteni C'cinfeicjvje play-off game in Chicago. SPORT: Boat Hacc, p.m., Ch. 1. Highlights ol the Oxford-Cambridge boat race taped March 25. wn.llI.H-'K: Kingdom, p.m., Ch. 1.1. A leopard leads her cubs through the ancient ruins of Rauthambor, India. UF.l'KAT PUOGHM1S: UiUnmcd World, Sonny and Cher, Room 222, Jimmy Stenarl, Mot! Squad, I'lip Wilsonj Mainnx. I'AMH.Y: World ol Disney, p.m., Ch. 7. Dan Dailey ns the suffering father of a pert teen-age sleuth. l''irs( of luo parts. MOVIE COMEDY: "The p.m., Cli. 13. The crown jewels are the target for burglary in Ihis tale of two bomb-happy brothers. CARTOON SPECIAL: 7 p.m., Ch. 7. An animated cartoon about Uie history of Uie earth by three-time Oscar winners John aud t'aiUv IluUlcy. INTERVIEW: Premier Ixmgliecd, p.m., Ch. 13. Albcr- (a's pi-emier will be on the hot scat (or half an hour. HISTOKICM. DKA1U: Whilcoalis of .lallla. a p.'n.. Ch. 1. C'onlinnation of Mazo dc la Roche's .story of nn Ontario family. PUBLIC AFFAIRS: 0 p.m., Ch. 13. Tlie Lonlso hnsslc will he deall with among other topics. INTERVIEW: David Frosl, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Evo Arden, Tony liamlall and Wilson Pickelt are the quests. MONDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "The Duel At Silver 1 p.m., Ch. 7. After his best friend is killed, a marshal vows to jail a band of claim jumpers. MOVIE DItAMA: "A Most Unusual I p.m.. Cli. 1.1. Mixture of poignant, drama ami huimir in which small-town promoter niEirrics a pathetic freak. fioarcm, or. JUlid fcy'llit rjwlb qnd'Mtylileit mtnuff choiwi.hy the rtalloni anili nipbfl- tlbllHy of lh> Harold or Anglo on J Melognphlc Ctntrt. CHEC Roger Channon Conlemporary Sports Morley McGill wilh Contemporary News, SATURDAY t W I'aul Te55ier Jack Ncv.leid SUNDAY 4. CO Leo Do.v Paul Icv.iur 7'CO Carry Hegiand MONDAY 10. C3 LCJ Dow John Oliver 3 GO Dave King CJOC SATURDAY NIGHT U-PD b-iQ SpoMi Christian Science 5 51 Ncf.'S 8r30 Vcicr; ol ProuVcyll.03 from Hie ?-W Sunday f.'.ag ,iinc OuKide Ifcv.i Crnjjncntal Holiday Jchn V.'alt-r diryl Ferguson Tliq Bfln-ti Doug Andersen niiitklwl Indian Conn c' DcchTcn ttine Evangel SUNDAY N-y.vs Snow 6-Oi Hob Ingram Atlanlic Symphony Cross Country Blackpool Indum Check Up Prcqrarn S M NHL Hcckty l-.M Solo B M Ih? tnlerlaiiwr! -fr CHEC FM MONDAY Jim riliol 6. CO COC Nc.'.b 7-sri Mosvs, Ptnnrs Bill Sl ID oi VJiiyne tiarry 1 ,QS Jack Thys John S'W Prahfl 1221 News Hourly Wlhr. Hour SATURDAY NIGHT 4-DG Beryl Clark, John Clijrlei Jetk Nc.'.lcl. SUNDAY irCO Leo Or.v 13 M l if CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Jnii frjr the 'lim .Vymplicnv Hall 11 03 Copi P'JO C HC 17.03 Iriv' 10.p] Du-.h ?nd Jalf I! 04 W.njor Progrc SUNDAY 5.ft) CplcVrfllirrn 1? 01 '.Virnir.'j Crntril i.30 HHL Torn'o el M'jrvl hildreris Slorlc-, Berlin Wax T DINE WITH US THIS SUNDAY We're expecting you and your family for dinner! Come, make Easter a happy occasion with fine food al modest prices Reserve now, SPECIAL EASTER MENU (FAMILY RATtS) OPEN 3 P.M. TO 10 P.M. The GRILL ROOM at the Many Americans move to Canada Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 52 Game No. 1 50 lOrh Game Blackout in 56 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money......... 20 AIL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card S1.00 All Wood Cards 5Qg Each Childien Undue 16 Hoi Allowed Bingo will also be ployed in Iho club ror'n (or members iheir invited guest! Music Friday and Salurday Ranqucl facilities (CP) United States for (he first time has dis- placed Britain as the major source of immigration to Can- ada, accounting for 20 per cent of the movement last year. Official figures released here said 2-1.368 of the the U.S., about the same num- ber as in 1970. British immigration plummet- led 4.7 pel1 cent, to last year from about the year before. The over-all total o! was au la per cent drop from the If dam goes, help certain The Herald Bureau EDMONTON Emergency equipment could be available "in a matter of clays" if an irrignlion dain on the Bow Riv- er east ot Calvary is washed out this spring, says Bill Yurko, mini.skT of (he environment. Cordon Taylor (SC Dnim- hcller) warned in the leglsla- Ilire that the dam that diverts svaler into the western irriga- lion district in Uie Strathmoro area was washed out in 1969. .Mr. Yui'ko agreed Uiat repairs lo the riam were only a "patch np" but said proper re- pairs wilt lo wait imlil a sharing agreement for ir- rigation is reached between the provincial and federal govern- ments, Mr. Yurko said irrigation fi- nancing is under "very active negotiations" with Ottawa, but eould not predict B TM" rj-r 10 1C l ll'l'l Tne I flW Yrj 5 SUNDAY Tonn flnl frrry F CO Movio: II. r fi'co Lfl-" Yru ll-TO Laredo 7 M l r l.c-nk Up flnd Uva innrnAV 9 CO Kil? ry.i Kunlman MONDAY PecF Our WDI-II] 3 I ury 10-OlJ C-iftidrs Trree Salute Guirif 10-30 l-'flco tnj rjnfinn 7-00 Tcd-i? I Ine E CO in lam Krv.s Car J1 Contcnlrnlioo U) i 01 NBC. .I.IIy KFflB-TV GrcnJ Foils Chcirncl 5 (Cablnvision Ch. 11) 1111 F SATURDAY MIGHT M il Hern C.orr.r-, Pclcril.M (O 11.00 A 7 VI Wnvir: IF .1 r V I r.n-i Irl (cl iVfln n m LAit Dayi Wild Kimrlom c( Pompeii tf) C SUNDAY Sonny anr) Cher Ncv.s Farm NCYJJ Irnpossibls Secret Slorr Christopher Closcup FDI 1 2J Onr- Lift? to This is Life Threi O.lys c( Oui C 50 f Here Comes 'he 1.30 .1 '.Vhh IhDO Drnricn Wr. load (c) Ort fif ;