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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 920 flu deaths ATLANTA, Ga. (Reuter) There were m deaths in' 122 U.S. cities last week attribut- able to influenza and pneu- monia, the National Centre for Disease Control reported Thurs- day. The normal number of deaths from the cities during the week ended Jan. 22 is less than 600. MANY RESERVES There are Indian re- serves In Canada covering more than six million acres. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Sull. 8-304 Slh St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Vitamin pill ads on TV shows for kids rapped By KEN KELLY Cauadian Science Writer OTTAWA (CP) Those jolly cartoon characters who pop vi- tamin pills on children's shows may be setting the kids up for illness or even death, suggests an Edmonton physician. At least one and possibly two federal agencies are taking a look at this form of broadcast advertising. Dr. N. A. Jampolsky, in a let- ter to the federal food and drug directorate, predicts "with al- most certainty that adverse reactions will occur" as a result YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 302 13th ST. N. GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB 9th Ave. and 6th St. N. REGULAR DANCE SAT., JAN. 29th p.m. Muiic by JACK BLECH MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS Be ture to attend our Masquerade Dance on Feb. 12th SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre Walt Disney's "THE WILD COUNTRY" In Technicolor. Starring Steve Forrest and Vera Miles. Saturday, Jan- uary 29. SbowE at and p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre Jules Verne's "THE LIGHT AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD" In color. Saturday, January 29. Show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "DON'T LOOK NOW WE'RE BEING SHOT AT" In color. Starring Terry Thomas. Saturday, January 29. Shows at and p.m. Family. Sunday, January 30 at p.m. only. "GIANT" In color. Starring Elizabeth Taylor, Rock Hudson and James Dean. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "THE STATUE" In color. Starring David Niven and Vimi Lisi. Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, January 29, 31 and February 1. Saturday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. LETHBRIDGE FISH GAME ANNUAL TROPHY DAY SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5TH Park Plaza Motor Hotel Riviera Room Open House from p.m. to p.m. trophies will be on display, everyone wel- come. p.m. awards presentation for winning trophies followed by a dance until a.m. A light lunch will be served and refresh- ments are available. Admission Members and Guests per couple LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 49 Nos.......... Game No. 1 50 10th Game Blackout in 57 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money......... 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOU1LED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card SI.00 All Wood Cards 5Qg Each Children Undir 16 Not Allowed Bingo will alia be played in the club roam for memberi and their invited gueiti Muiic Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities of the television campaigns. His letter, published in til" latest issue ot Rx Bulletin, a monthly publication of the food and drug directorate, says the vitamin industry is advertising its wares in various pleasant shapes, flavors and bottles as candy. "These preparations could easily become potentially lethal to an unsuspecting child." Dr. Jampolsky the ad- vertising a "highly questionable practice." "It would seem a shame to wait until many children have died before effective action can be initiated." Family movie now showing "The Hellstrom a family movie currently showing at the Paramount Cinema, should prove interesting to the intellectually inclined seg- ment of the community. The movie, which is describ- ed as science fact and not sci- ence fiction, is a film version of a scientist's thesis on the re- sults in the insect world if the balance of nature was upset. "The Hellstrom Chronicle" is the winner of several Ameri- can awards and was the Ameri- can entry in six international festivals. Dr. Carl Boyd, editor of Rx Bulletin, says in an editor's note with Dr. Jampolsky's letter that the food and drug directorate is concerned about the potential lor overdose in children fmm products advertised in this way. K. M. Render, director of the bureau of operations of this fed- eral regulatory agency, said ha expects recommendations on the question to be presented be- fore the end of February. The Food and Drugs Act for- bids advertising any drug in a manner that is false, misleading or deceptive or is likely to cre- ate a wrong impression re- garding its character, value, quantity, composition merit or safety. Mr. Render said that among the questions being examined is whether presenting vitamins as candy in TV advertising repre- sents a violation of this part of the Act. The food and drug directorate is required by the Broadcasting Act to see that all forms of ad- vertising conform to the food and drugs laws. Meanwhile, the department of consumer affairs is Holding talks with the advertising indus- try about the whole field of ad- vertising aimed at children. Mr. Render said that the usual practise in cases such as that raised by Dr. Jampolsky is to seek voluntary changes by the industry. MINUS ONE CLUB DANCE POLISH MALI 13th St. and 8th Ave. N. SATURDAY, JANUARY 29th 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Musk by "THE VARIETY MEN" MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME LABOR J CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT j IN THE CLUBROOMS 1 TONITE SATURDAY 4 "ANYTHING GOES" 4 Members and Invited Guests! Saturday, January M, THI 1ETHHIDGE HERALD 7 Jackson... a noblewoman CHICAGO (AP) "She was a noble women, an artist with- out says President Nixon of M a h a 1 i a Jackson, whose handclapping gospel songs en- deared her to millions from Camegla Hall to the capitals of Europe. The 60-year-old singer died Thursday in hospital of a heart attack. She had been a patient there since Jan. 19. In White House statement, the president said: "American and the world, black people and all people, today mourn the passing of Ma- halia Jackson. She was a noble woman, an artist without peer, a magnetic ambassador of good will for the United States in other lands, an exemplary serv- ant of her God. "Millions of ears will miss the sound of the great rich voice 'making a joyful noise unto the MAHALIA JACKSON she liked to call her bv work, yet her life story sings the gospel message of freedom, and.will not cease to do so." ItL FOR YEARS Miss Jackson, who rose from a scrubwoman in the levee sec- tion of New Orleans to interna- tional fame, had been in ill health the last several years. She returned home from an Eu- ropean concert tour several months ago on doctors orders. Miss Jackson received her musical training from listening to records of blues singer Bessie New B.C. judge OTTAWA (CP) Douglas E. Andrews, a Vancouver lawyer, has been appointed a judge of the Supreme Court of British Columbia. The justice department an- nounced today that Mr. An- drews, who was senior partner in the law firm of Andrews anfl Swintcm, will replace Thomas A. Dohm, who is resigning on Feb. 1. PARAMOUNT Saturday Short Subjects "Carnal Knowledge" Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects "Carnal Knowledge" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CFNEMA Saturday Short Subjects "Hellstrom Chronicle" East Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects "Hellstrom Chronicle" One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Saturday "Toklat" Last Complete Show Sunday "Sears of Dracula" "Horrors of Frankenstein" One Complete Show "Buffalo Roundup" Monday, January 31, to CFCN-TV UETHBRIDGE-CHANNEL 13 Your gas company is pleased to bring you a lascinaling view of a world ot natural wonders. A world we can help preserve through understanding and responsible use of resources. Your host tor these colorful and interesting specials is Edgar T. Jones. Make ths last Monday ot each month a TV view- ing must lor your family. Watch the third in the series, Monday, January 31, 7 p.m. "BUFFALO ROUNDUP" a look at Ihis unique spectacle of by- gone days. Future specials in this series: Beneath the February Preserving our HislDiy-Monday, March produced and prMftnted by cancoan uuesiern naiuroL oas company umrreo rtanp since Extend deadline OTTAWA (CP) Coin de- signers have until March 3 to submit entries to the 1973 Cana- dian dollar coin competition. The finance department is offer- ing a first p r i i e for a design to commemorate the centennial of Prince Edward Is- land's entry Into Confederation. The deadline for designers had been Feb. 1, but the department said it is being extended be- cause of the disruption in air mail service caused by the air controllers' strike. COLLEGE ENDS TONIGHT at and p.m. FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT __________________ Plui Spectacular Ski Short "GET HOT" Smith while growing up in a shack along the Mississippi River. At age :c, she moved to Chi- cago, where she sang in a Bap- tist choir. She begau to sing solo and her career was launched. She made her first recording in 1934 and appeared in Carnegie Hall in 1950. "I was born to sing gospel she once said. "I want my hands, my feet, my whole miat The stirring saga of a Grizzly Monarch's conflict with man SPECIAL SHOWING Sunlond Theatre MILK RIVER Phone 647-3643 SUN., JAN. 30th 3 Shows 2-7 and 9 p.m. body to say all that is in me." The granddaughter of a slave, Miss Jackson became a star among her own people long be- fore whiles recognized lier tal- ent. The stirring saga of a Grizzly Monarch's confliclwith Sun International Productions Inc." 'Wholesome Ffmilf Entertainment Mrrtft PINCHER CREEK FOX THEATRE MOM., JAN. 31st only 2 shows 7 and 9 p.m. ADULTS SI.75 CHILDREN UNDER 12 CARDSTON MAYFAIR THEATRE WED., FEB. 2nd only 2 showi 7 and 9 p.m. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 51 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS TONIGHT SATURDAY, JAN. 29-CLIFFS COMBO "'Carnal KnOHfedgE'li OM of the movrw evor." RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT -Lit SmlOt, Govnopolltin Nigtiitm AnlwOrfaMAimMaigrel and Jute Fciifer. P Tdi Iinraiii In this film miy lit iHcnsivi li IDHII people. -Hi Mitutr TONIGHT thru TUES. TONITE of and p.m. SHOWING SUNDAY at p.m. only FAMILY PARAMOUNT Shocking. Beautiful. Sensual. Deadly THE HELLSTROM CHRONICLE. TONIGHT thru TUES. TONITE at and p.m. SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. ONLY STARTS SUNDAY RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE CINEMA LOLL! uE MALI 328 6300 ACR1S OF FfUF PARKING ONE SHOW SUNDAY AT 8 P.M. ONLY MONDAY AND TUESDAY FIRST SHOW at 7 p.m. THE LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION SECOND CONCERT of the Season MONDAY, JANUARY 31st P.M. featuring the SYMPHONY CHORUS Major worki lupported by part of the Symphony Orchetlro, under thi direction of WALTER OOERZEN ALL CONCERTS AT THE Yates Memorial Centre SEASON TICKETS ON SALE AT LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. RUSH: ADULTS STUDENTS ;