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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SO THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, December 15, role of A unlit1 MtniH' lor Alherlans Alberta cultural lly I'.I.KNMS KHMUVruX u'I'i F.v- enhmly should have an Aun- tie Miinic in his lid', says Waller dhvdw 'if the cultural development branch of i he Alberta department of culture, youth ami recreation. He he believes hi-; de- partment can fill the Aiinlic Maine roll' lor Alherlans, helping them leani more r.bout the arts and stimulating them lo try different and creative approaches to life. "Culture i.-i not merely an ornament, hut an integral pan of our social he in his annual report to Hie minister. "We have made, a good in this prov- ince, hut our horizons should he unlimited.'1 Alberta was one of the first provinces in Canada to have a cultural development branch and Mr. Kaasa was appoinled director in found to deled strokes It now offers four propnuns, ho said, in the various divi- sions of music, drama, and crafts, performmg arts find libraries, Kxposure programs stimu- lated interest in the arts, of- fered opportunities for per- formances in remote areas and promoted performing arts tours throughout Ihe province. leadership training pro- grams for school and com- munity leaders helped standards of performance and appreciation, especially through workshops held re- or The (li'iuii'lmcnt :il.so offers a program. Mr. Kiiasa said. Tht> fimniriiil pro- gram provided grants lo pub- lic libraries, and amali'tir and professional organizations in thu arts and a-sisled worthy stndenls. During 1970, the department awarded about S475.000 in grants and scholarships, he said. About of this went in scholarships to in- dividuals and the largest pos- lion of the grants was slightly more than branes. WANT FULL LIFE The department makes a special effort to encourage groups that wort with pre- school and schoul-agc chil- dren, Mr. Kaasa .said. "If you reach young chil- dren, they'll bring a creative approach to their whole life. Thoy'll never be satisfied with loss than a full life whether at work or at play." Me had an Auntio Manic in his own lite, ho said. "Laura Mahon, the wife of a garage owner in Kdson. Alia., had a great influence on niv life. "Slic was full of a zest for life. She taught us to skate, to design, to try out for anything we wanted." ivirs. .Mahon was one of the first to encourage him in his desires lo act and he later studied acting and dancing. Now, at. 4fi, he is known throughout Canada as an actor, having performed on national radio and television programs and on stage in sev- eral provinces. "I'm often thought of as connected with Ihe drama di- vision of Ihe department be- cause speech and drama are my forte. Hut I've tried all sorts of things." As well as his full-time job with the department, he acts, directs and writes. DIHECTS OrlCHA This spring he'll take a major role in a special per- formance of Hadrian VII ami is directing the opera Amahl and the Night Visitors for a church group. He also donates his talent for performances at the University of Alberta's Studio Theatre in plays presented by students as a re- quirement for their master's degrees. lie was born in Saskatche- wan and his family moved to Krilish Columbia to try home- steading in Ihe "'ITrn we moved to Edson I began lo learn bow to live. "Now I'm trying to open doors to life for other chil- dren. If my department open one door for one kid, it's worth while." A ppg neurologist has devised a; diagnostic technique using elec-; Ironic impulses which he says; will pioneer detet-iion methods for recognizing certain types of .strokes. Dr. Kimura, 36, an assist- ant prrii'-sor of internal medi- cine at the I'liiversiLy of Mani- toba medical school, has been using the technique for about years, testing more than J.COO persons. The Kimura U'M. developed with the aid (if grant.- from Ihe jMedk'.'il Resr.m'h Council of Canada and the Canadian .Multi- ple Sclerosis .Society, is based on the time it takes nerve irn- pulses {o travel from Ihe eye lid to the brainstem in the back of j tire neck and hack to the muscle j which makes people blink. Dr. Kimura said the test is painless ami lakes less than half j an hour. j lie said the activity involved in I In- eye blink can; help in identifying (he presence nnd precise location of strokes in the brains'em. The hrain.stem connects the brain to {he spinal cord and controls a number of involuntary actions, including respiration and the blink reflex. A blood clot that iiuerl'ercs with normal blood flow through the brahistem vessels is likely to produce an abnormality in the mechanism governing the eye! blink. The native of Kyoto. Japan, said to check for strokes, he produces involuntary blinks by sending precisely-timed electric signals through a stimulator resting on the surface of i.he pa- j ticnt's skin, just above the eye. The electrical activity pro-; duced by the muscle itself when ii caufes a blink is picked up by L'lecirode.s placed over the right and left eye muscles and then amplified and recorded on an; oscilloscope where it is photo- graphed for analysis. Dr. Kimura's studies wore first made on about 30 healthy patients to determine the nor- mal time needed for this rapid- fire blink sequence and later proved successful in spotting j problem areas in patients with multiple sclerosis, a disease fre- (jiiently involving the brainstem. lie said tno test requires no spccia 1 equipment dher than that ordinarily used in nerve j conduction studies but has proved to be a useful supple- ment to help doctors assess pro- gressive changes in brainstem function. clitics in News GLASGOW iCP) Some may think the family car is noisy enojgh as it is. But authorities at the Uni- versity of Glasgow say they hope to persuade automobile manufacturers to add ye' .'in- other sound !o their products. One of the university's re- searchers has invented a talk- ins speedometer. Not only will the device tell you the speed, say the author- ities here, i; can also sVnii out the oil pressure, motor temperature and other critical indicators. In a statement issued lion- day night, the university said the new device is the work of a British researcher in the natural philosophy depart- ment, John Travcrs Lloyd. ".As a speedometer, the model ffivc-s verbal, accurate eMpression to readings from lo ton mJes an the statement said. The university said the new device would be helpful lo those who find they are dis- h-acted while driving by hav- ing to look at the speedometer or other signals on the dash- board. It might also help drivers in fog conditions, for example, where full attention be given to road conditions and traffic. The statement did not give rieidls of the speedome- ter's design. ANTWERP. Belgium (Ren- ter) Organist Jan Van Mol won the 50.000 franc first prize Monday in a na- tional organ Ho was the only competitor. Bl'RDETT, N.Y. fAPl The IcUer to Santa Clans >aid: "I am sorry that I I 5Ct the fire in the barn j and i-iMi into the house. It a mistake.'1 Police said a seven-year-old hoy made (he admission i- a note to Santa. The child's grandmother found it and it to police Monday. Thus, officer, said, they able to uncover the of a minor fire last Fri- day at a barn near the boy's home. Police didn't identify the youngster. They said he would be referred for psychiatric ex- amination. today's FUNNY 'Work -3 Henriilto, Ma. TO BOXING AND WRESTLING COMMISSION Vacancies occur occasionally on City Boords, Commissions and Committees ai a result of appoint- ments expiring and of a By-law which does not allow a person to bo re-appointed on a Committee that they have served on for the preceding six consecutive years. This will be the case in the Boxing and Wrestling Com- mission. Interested persons wishing lo participate in civic affairs by serving on this Commission are invitee} fa write to the City Clerk, giving a short resume of them- selves. For further infovmolion please call the City Clerk's office at 328-2341. JOHN GERLA, City Clerk ON SALE DECEMBER SANTA'S SUGGESTIONS 9. WE'VE TRIMMED THE PRICE, YOU TRIM THE NEW GREEN SCOTCH PINE OR BLUE SPRUCE TREES KRESGE PRICE m fell EVilN'S LONDONER HOSE MEN'S BOXED TIE EXTENSION CORD KRESGE PRICE Wool and Nylon slack sock. Assorted colours. Fits 10-13. KRESGE PRICE MEN'S LINED VINYL SETS OF 20 1" CHRISTMAS CRACKERS hRESOE PRICE ASHTRAY LIGHTER KRESGf. PRICE DYNEL FIBRE CUSHION Filled with shredded foam, Gold, Pinlt, Blue, Green or Purple. 3.99 6 STACKING WiTHTREE PLUSH TV SEAT E.CHRISTMAS GARLAND KRF.SGE PRICE c CHRISTMAS HOLLY MAGNUS TABLE MODEL CHORD ORGAN It's the great thai everyone in tha family can ploy with no lessons! Fcaiures 52 treble kfiys. 6 chord butlons. Harvest gold black Ki-impoct polysiyrcnc cabinol. Com- plete with music and music rack 1 yror STICKY PAGE OPEN DAILY UNTIL 9 P. ;