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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Cranbrook menial health branch operates smoothly, efficiently CRANBROOK (Special) Using all bul ?190 of its treas- ury, Cranbrook Branch of the Canadian Mental Health Asso- ciation executive has allocated to various uses relevent to its objectives. Lay support toward profes- sional assistance for the men- tally dislrubed, prevention of mental illness, and public awareness and acceptance of the problem are the major functions of CMIIA. The East Kootenay Public Mental Health clinic will get of the to be used for a duplicating machine and guest speakers. East Kootenay Child Care Society, provider of interim family home for youngsters with temporarily disrupted background, will get Provincial seminar at Nara- mata in September will feature speakers Dr. Elizabeth Kubler- Hoss on Death and Dying, and z second with Dr. Thomas Har- ris, while Prof. Tupman of UBC will help organize a one- day conference on "family liv- ing." CMIIA sectional meeting is scheduled for Edmonton. Cran- brook branch representation for these is alotted Other expenditures approved were for leaching mater- ials for Juniper Day School for the retarded and for the Association (or Children with Learning Disabilities, a fairly recently organized group. The branch is an agency In the United Appeal, but also managed a surplus from a highly stressful conference il co-sponsored with the Cran- brook Teachers' Association coordinated by T. A. Phillips. Under branch consideration is a fall CMHA membership drive aimed largely at involving more of the public in CMHA work. Tom Melnick is president of Cranbrnok Branch, Dick Hale vice-president, Mrs. Warren Moore, secretary, and Mrs. R, F. Ernst, treasurer. Rides Flicka MILK RIVER (HNS) Miss Holly Berringer, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Charles Benin- gel', will be riding her pony FUcka in the Summer Games at Bow Island. Fourteen-year-old Holly has been riding in various compe- tilions for six years and has won several evenls in her class. "ROBERTS and AKAI'1 Tape Recorder! and Stereo Available al JACK'S RADIO T.V. SALES SERVICE 302 13th St. N. Phone 327-4979 f FRIDAY and SATURDAY t "THE VIBRATIONS" AT THE MINERS' 733 13lh ST. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY! 4 SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE GANG THAT COULDN'T SHOOT STRAIGHT" In Metrocolor. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, July 27, 28 and 29. Thursday show at p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THE OMEGA MAN" In Technicolor. Starring Charltqn Heston. Friday and Saturday, July 28 and 29. Friday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "LIVING FREE" In color. Starring Bill Travers. Thurs- day, Friday and Saturday, July 27, 28 and 29. Thursday show at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "DIRTY HARRY" In color. Starring Clint Eastwood. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, July 27, 28, 29, 31 and August 1. Thursday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Sky-Vue Drive-in Thursday, July 27th is family night. per car. "TALL MAN RIDING With Randolph Scott. Also selected short features. Friday and Saturday, July 28 and 29. "PAINT YOUR WAGON" Starring Clint Eastwood and Lee Marvin. Cartoon starts at p.m. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre Jules Verne's LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA" In color. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 28, 29 and 30. Friday show at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "BLESS THE BEASTS AND CHILDREN" Bill Mumy. Color (Adult) not suitable for children. Tonight p.m.; Friday 7 and 9 p.m.; Saturday shows 7 and 9 p.m. Special Matinee Sat., July 29, 2 p.m. (All seats 50c) "WHO'S MINDING THE MINT" Dorothy Provine. In Color. Thimduy, July 57, 1972 THE lITHBKIDGE MERALB 7 Vandalism rears head in Sportsplex COALDALE (HNS) Van- dalism in the Coaldale and Dis- trict Sportsplex was discussed at a recent meeting of council. Too many persons have keys and particularly master keys, it was decided. The matter will be referred to W. D. Geldert, recreation director. At present the Opportunities lor Youth Day Care Centre is in operation in the Sportsplex recreation hall. This project will close shortly. It is geared to take care of native migrant beet workers' children while the parents are in the fields. Snow rig manufacturer to seek suit dismissal BUTTE, Mont. (AP) A suit against a snowmo- bile manufacturer alleging a runaway snowmobile was de- fective has been moved from Gallalin County District Court Repaints shop MILK RIVER (HNS) The local barber shop was closed for a week while barber Bud Douglas enjoyed a week's holi- day at Edmonton. Mrs. Douglas repainted the Interior of the barber shop dur- ing his absence. CONNECTED BY FINGERTIPS After olmosl 50 yean of blindness and a lifetime of silence Louise Selby, 60, and her brolher Bill, 53, no longer seem to core very much abcul the world they know only by touch. Slaff at ]he Country House for retarded but trainable adults admit they know very litlle about the pair. They have been there six years. (AP Wirephoto) Bad news buried says Socred chief EDMONTON (CP) Opposi- tion leader Harry Slrom has expressed diappointmenL with Hard water could be healthier LONDON (Reuler) Sort drinking water may be kilier, contributing to heart disease deaths, says a report by top British medical experts. The Medical Research Council reported a study of death rates in 12 large British towns where water hardness, measured by calcium content, had changed LI the last 30 years. The study concluded that "a favorable effect on cardiovas- cular mortality was found where the drinking water had become harder, and an unfa- vorable effect where it had become softer." "Non-cardiovascular death rates were the report said. The report said that hard drinking water, with a high calcium content, appeared to help prevent heart disease. Miners picnic NATAL (HNS) Despite threatening weather which cur- tailed the children's races until later in the afternoon when nice weather prevailed, the an- nual community picnic, spon- sored by the Michel Local 7292, United Mine Workers of Amer- ica, was held recently at the Crowsnesf Picnic about eight miles east of Mi- chel. It was attended by members and families from the District of Sparwood and also from the Crowsnest Pass. Also in atten- dance was Don McDonald, TJMWA District 18 representa- tive from Calgary. Visit brothers WARNER (IINS) Mr. and Mrs. Ken Bowman, DeWitt, Iowa, were visitors at the homes of her brothers. Bill and Earl Thomas, and other rela- tives in Ihe district recently. Miss Linda Thomas accom- panied I hem back to Iowa where she will visit for two weeks. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT-CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE July July July July 31 HOUR 5 5 FRITZ 1 p.m. Swim 1 5 Swim 1 5 9 Swim 1-5 p.m. 9 Swim 1 5 p Swim 1 5 Swim 12-5 Swim 1 5 Swim 1-5 p.m. 9 9 9 p.m. Swim 12-9 Swim 12-9 Swim 10 a m. Swim 1-9 Swim 12-9 p.m. NOTE; Rcgillralions lo (ill vnconcioi In the luminer iwlmming Inilruclion program! will bt Inknn at tho iwlmmlnn pood, during the above lilted houri. For further information eontncr Community Strvicel Department office al 326-2341, Local 236. manpower and labor minister Bert Hohol's decision to keep the priorities employment pro- gram evaluation secret. In a prepared news release, the Social Credit party leader questioned whether the reason fcr the move was because the program was unsuccessful. "It becomes progressively more evident that any informa- tion which might reflect badly on Premier Peter Lougheed is being suppressed witness the task lorce on urbanization and the human resources research he said. It is essential that such maj- or problems as winter unem- ployment be evaluated open- ly by the government, he said. "It would appear that Mr. Lougheed has adopted the ap- proach of lighting a candle and then hiding it under a basket" 'Rape' report made life hell-Staples PRINCE ALBERT (CP) Claiming his life was in con- stant danger and prison condi- tions were unbearable, Lionel Staples pleaded guilty to charges arising from his es- cape from Prince Albert Pen- itentiary. Staples, 39, Jailed for the 1968 murder of a 19-year-old Cal- gary girl, was remanded in magistrate's court for one week to await a pre-sentence report., Staples said the news media had distorted the facts in his case by saying he was serving a lile sentence for murder and rape when rape was not in- volved in the killing. Judge W. R. Bonnycastle ask- ed Staples to prepare a written complaint about the news re- ports and said he would ask the prison board to investigate con- ditions. Staples said his lile was in. danger in the prison and his only choice was to escape or hang himself and asked for len- iency and consideration of mi- tigating circumstances prompt- ing liis escape. "I have certain sympathies for you with all these things hanging over your said the judge. Wins licence COALDALE (HNS) Archie F. Wilson of Pincher Creek has been granted a licence to oper- ate the A. F. Wilson Accounting firm here. He recently purchased Ben's Accounting Services. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Summer of 42" 7.35, Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEJ1A "Unfaithful Wife" "Valeric" Last Complete Show CINEMA Short Subjects "What's Up Doc" Lnst Complete Sliow fillKEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Big Jake" "Mo'nlc Walsh" One Complelc Show LABOR 4 CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13lh STREET NORTH 4 Weekend Entertainment In The Clubrooms Friday and Saturday "TAMARAX" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS lo U.S. Dislricl Court in Butte. The suit was filed by Gerald and Darlene Harris, listed as Monlana residents, who con- tend that a runaway snowmo- bile struck Mr. Harris, perm- anently injuring him, at West Yellowstone in January of 1970. Bombardier Lid., a Quebec firm which manufacturers Ski- Don Snowmobiles, asks lhat the suit be dismissed. The plaintiffs want in general damages fcr Mr. Har- ris, for general dam- ages for Mrs. Harris, for Mr. Harris' medical expenses and in loss of wages and travel costs for Mrs. Harris to attend her husband. ATTENDANCE CLIMBS RED DEER (CP) The 82nd annual Red Deer exposi- tion experienced Thursday the. best weather it has had since Monday's opening attend- ance climbed to Compar- ed with on dsj last year. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 51 NUMBERS BONUS JACKPOT IN 56 NOS. IN 57 NOS. IN 58 NOS. If no bingo called offer 58 nos., we will continue for NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED] PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY-JULY 27 BRIDGE TOWN TRIO FRIDAY-JULY 28 MOON GLOWS SATURDAY JULY 29 BLUES Meet new people-acquire new friends. Go out more get more fun out ot life. Develop new poise and confidence -be more popular. Improve your dancing-while stay- iris fit. WE'LL MARE YOU MORE POPULAR! EN- JOT DAILT MIXEPS-OUR WEEKLY SOCIALS! ATTEND WITH OR WITHOUT A FARTHER! You havs your choice ot expert group or private lessons. Learn today's most popular dancesl Latin, Fox Trot, Waltz, Discotheque. A personal dance demonstration yours without cost! FfitE! CALL TODAY 327-1442 MONTE CARLO DANCE ACADEMY 535 13th ST. N. LETHBR1DGE MRAMOQOT Tonite and Fri. ot p.m. :s life there's a OF'42! HELD OVER THRU FRIDAY POSITIVELY LAST 2 DAYS ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN TONITE Thru SAT. at p.m. The funniest comedy in years. People are seeing it twice just for funll Fran Warner Bros, AWimrCOTimgniatasCompinj Hurryl Loit 3 Dayfl GREEN ACRES Gales 9 p.m. Ont complete ihow al p.m. TONITE FRIDAY AND SAT. ADULT John Wayne Richard Boone "Big Jake ADULT 2 "Monty Walsh" Color With LEE MARVIN STARTS TOMORROW____________ Barney wanted women in the worst way. And that's the way he got Adult not suitable for children Paramount Piciures presents A HOWard KOCH Production ol il-.s HeilSimon Alan Ar kin as re "Last of the Red Hot Lovers" also starring, in order ol appc.vafire Sally Kellerman Paula Prentiss Renee Taylor them. ENDS TONIGHT "Unfaithful Wife" Color HIT NO. 2 "Valerie" with Danielle Oimet ;