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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE U1HBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, Mmcli 22, 1972 '.Frostbite problem grows because of winter sports CHICAGO (AI'1 fi-ustliitc is bucominj.; a (irowinfi problem the rising popular- ity skiins and other v, inter sports and .war-muml worl; in polar ri'Liiims, says a Winnipeg radiologist. OtYp frostbite injuries mny occur tor i) periwi of yenrs after (lie initial injury, lie noted in report in the March issue of Ka- iliulos'y. the journal of lhc> Ka- d i o Vo c i e a 1 SiKicly of Xorili America, published in Syraelisc, K.Y. Dr. Jack M. Tisiikr of Winni- peg General studied the x-rays of 82 patients treated for frostbite from J5M to The manner in which frostbite injury occur- controversial, Tishfcr said, but added there is soirc evidence that damage to soft tissue cells results primar- ily from the formation of crys- tals and membrane disruption. Damage to blood vessels may, lie said, lie responsible for hone changes resulting from frost- bite.'Damage to soft tissue also may leave the imderlyini: bone exposed to infection, he TISSL'ES SWKI.I. The first sytnpton of fioytbite is tissue spelling. Collections of gas in the soft tissue, he said, are a grave 8 gh cracking actor Ill ;ill six cusus in which :t was scon, amputation FurlluT I'lianges may orair lo six muntiis lifter injury, Tishlor wrote. Half the patients studied showed snoli elianui's, inc'kuiing mock-rale to severe (k'niineraluaUon of bune in Ihe affeetccl limb. A m tissues may be seen in severely injured limbs, lie Latent bone and joint changes resulting from frostbite may oecur six months to many years after injury, Tisbk'r said. These include disruption of hone development at the ends of Ihe finders and Iocs and. in chil- dren, interference with develop- ment of long bones, causing de- formity. iiv KDMONTON (IT) One of the toughest jobs for a young actor or actress is find- ing a job. In t! field where there's an ovcrsnpply of talented and beautiful people, just netting started is tnl accomplishment in itself. So meet Vive Crawford, ulici is beginning to Ret known and finding that she can support, herself after less than a year in the business. Miss Crawford was in Kd- nionton for a role as one of (lie "affairs" in Ihe Citadel Theatre's production of Tho Affairs of Anatol. Her profes.Monal acting car- eer began last May when she graduated from the l.'niver- sity of AlberUi with a bache- lor of fine arts degree, major- ing in drama. That marked Hie end of "a good, rigorous training." stie said. And it was the In-ginning of the rigorous job of breaking in. SOUGHT BY Then she had a lucky break. She flew to Toronto, where she had lined up a pb in sum- mer stock in Lindsay, Out. She immediately I) e g a u making the rounds of the cast- ing offices, including that of the CUC. "I had done a couple of ex- tras with lliem in the summer after my second year in uni- versity. Hut I didn't think they would remember me." liowcver, when she walked FRAME STYLES FROM AROUND-THE- WORLD Gladys Wright re-olerled 1 NATAL (IIKSi The an- nual meeting of the Michel- Natal District Hospital iuuc was held recently in the I me Centre. Sparwood. witli moix than 70 people attending I Elected were Ron Cook and C.wen Wright with Gladys Wright, re-elected. James C.rocutt fills the va cancy left by Joe Young who was 'elected last year but left the vicinity. All board mem- bers we're electee! for three year terms. The h o s p i t a 1 board an nounccd at the annual meeting its intention to continue to 1 strive for a new hospital. CLEVERVIILE CHAMPION HISTORY BOOK Friday, March 24th At CHAMPION COMMUNITY HALL POT UJCK SUPPER 6 P.M. UNVEILING and AUCTION 8 P.M. DANCE at 9 P.M. In, she discovered Ihey bad IK.TII looking for her. CIIC happened to need a young, red-headed girl lo play Ade- laide in The Wliik'uaks of Jalna, A check of Ihe files showed (hot Miss Crawford was the actress they needed and they were looking for her in Al- berta when she was arriving in Toronto. S'ne found herself in (he role which was shown in the sec- ond episode of the series, a vole that started much longer Uian the few minutes that eventually ended up on the scree tl. After the Jalna scries came another break with the CBC; (hey needed an actress who looked like a teen-ager and could ride a horse. Eve, at 22, with a slim, youthful figure and a talent for collecting freckles in the sunshine, looked the part. And her upbringing in Calgary and Priddis, had included a lot of riding. "When they said they wanted someone who could ride, they weren't kidding." The show was a half-hour drama in the series called Program With the l.wo television breaks behind her, she moved to summer stock work anc had to learn three plays in six weeks. "We bad four days to do a show. Summer slock is a gmid emindei of what theatre should be all about and that is entertainment. "Maybe the plays didn't 1 have heavy messages, but the audiences enjoyed them. It seems to me that if you can't entertain people you shouldn't be in theatre. I've seen so many productions that are nonsense at that. And I'm sick of dull, dreary plays." STIM, HAS TO LEARN' She's also done a play on radio and acted in a workshop production in Toronto, so she's been getting a variety o[ acting experience. "Actually, it sounds better on paper When yon add it up, it's not that many days work except for Ihe summer stock and worked the front of the house (selling tickets) now Citadel." What next? She wants to learn more and she'd like to do sonic Shakespeare. 'Tm thinking-of going to England and Uying lo get into a repertory company for a while." But first, H.'s back to To- ronto and back around the casting offices again. "It takes a while to get going, especially when yon arc jnst starting out. But Uic payoff ccmes later, when you're known. "I hcpe." Fat woman died after sur WEDNESDAY JIOVIK UllAMA: "A Hoy Ten Feet 0 p.m., Cli. 1. The adventures of a boy in Africa, on his own after tha death of his parents. Sl'OKT: 1'ro Hockey, G p.m., Hi. 13. The Toronto Mapls Leafs and the CanadLens meet in Montreal. DOCUMENTARY: This Land. 8 p.m.. Cll. 7. South Cen- tral British Columbia, (lie home of the Coast Salish Indians, their ancient burial grounds and the battle between archaeol- ogists and land developers. COMEDY: AllC Comedy Hour. R p.m., Cli. 11. Debbie Reynolds is the guest as the KopyKals spoof Broadway and Hollywood. MOVIE COMEDY: p.m., Cli. 13. A crlma talc about over-age hipsters kicking about the Mediterranean. DKAMA: Emergency! 0 p.m., Ch. II. Gary Crosby as an ego-tripping paramedic who grabs the limelight as his pals do the work. DRAMA SPECIAL: Springbill. p.m., Cll. 7. A taut drama based on the 1958 Springhill mining disaster which claimed 74 lives. MOVIE MYSTERY: "Slrangier In the p.m. Cli. 7. Police hunt for n phantom assassin who is eliminat- ing members of a mysterious cull. THURSDAY MOVIE WESTERN: 'Tour Guns to the 1 p.m. Cli. 7. Four robbers hold up a bank and try to reach the Mexican border. MOVIE ADVENTURE; "The Secret of Mood 1 p.m.. Cli. 13. A group of British POWs in Malaya help a female parachutist escape from the Japanese. she had a lucky break THEY DID ALBERTA'S BIGGEST CASH PRIZES Here are the winners of the first Early Bird Draw in the Canadian Derby Sweepstake, held March 21st. There are three more big Early Bird Draws for and the final draw August 12th for FIRST EARLY BIRD DRAW WINNERS .MARCH 21, 1972, EDMONTON DRAW A Elecincr Evans, Surrey, B.C _ J, G, Galle, Calgary K. Kelly, Edmonlon n John D. Poole, Edmonfon n _ Fred Allison, Edmonton n Stan Edwards, Sheiwood Park n _ Keith DIe1ric.lv Edmonton n Michael Wakshinski, Winnipeg n Steve Shuhanyj St. Paul n Helen Wallace, Ecfmonlon S S S s s s 5 285 285 285 285 285 285 285 DRAW B HI Priie Debra Lynn Edmonton 2nd Prize A. i. Holyoakcr Calgary 3rd Prize Geo. Slreeper, Ft. Nelson, B.C, Consolation Mrs. M Lundin, Viking Consolation Charlotte Gunderson, Edmonton Consolation Mary Norlhrop, Edmonton Consolation Mrs. G. Smith, Edmonton Consolation L. Anderson, Ea'monlon Consolation Mrs, M. Martin, Therien Consolation Helen Robylnyk, Edmonton OTTAWA (CP) DenisG Se- guin, a :f2-year-old mother of two boys, would not luivc under- gone an operation lo cure her weight prohlcm it slie had known there were risks itb volved, her hrolher told a coro- ner's jury Tuesday. Marcel Poulin, who weighs al- most 300 pounds, told Dr. II. B. Cotnam and a five-member jury inquiring into Mrs. Seguin's death last December that ho didn't (Slink his sister knew there was danger. "Otherwise, she would not have had the ho said. Mrs, Scguin, who weighed about 205 pounds, is one of at least five persons in the Otta- wa-Hull area who died afer the operation, known as the intes- tinal bypass. SISTER ALSO DIED Among the other deaths were her sister, Fleurctte, who had the same operation on the same day in Mpnlforl hospital nearby Vanier. Mr. Poulin said his sister was in almost constant pain and tha her face and lips were "quite green." She vomited oflen and vas unable to eat. Dr. Cotnam said Mrs, Scguin icrself was readmitted to hospi- al three times afler the opera- ion, once to correct "a techni- cal surgical error" by Dr. J. P. )roum, chief oE surgery at Montfort hospital. Dr. Cotnam's opening state- ment of "the basic facts" said ;hat the bypass operation is still "n the area of hazardous sur- gery. It is a comparatively new Field and much research still is required to determine its benefi- cial effects as well as its draw- backs. INCURSION CHARRED RAWALPINDI (Renter) One hundred armed Indians en- tered the southeast Pakistan district of Thar Parkar Tuesday and took 50 Pakistani nationals with them back to Indian terri- tory, said official sources here. The sources said a Pakistani po- lice post in the area put up re- sistance. No further details of the, incident were available. OWN PICKET! NOW! WATCH! SEASON" Buy 5 and get one FREE with our SIX PACK: CANADIAN DERBY; YES, I'D LIKE TO WRITE MY OWN WKtt! YES, I'D LIKE TO WRITE MY OWN TICKET! 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