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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Family therapy unit planned .EDMONTON (CP) A fam- ily therapy unit will be estab- lished at Calgary's Foothills Hospital under a grant announced here by Health Min- ister Neil Crawford. The unit will be set up in co- operation with the Alberta guid- ance clinic. Mr. Crawford said the fam- ily therapy method, recognizec as a valid approach to the treatment of mental illness in the young, is being expanded al the hospital into a broader- based child psychiatry unit. CANADA FROM THE SKY An omniscient satellite whirling around al an altitude of 500 miles photographs every inch of Canada every 1 8 days. Spectacular views of areaj across Canada appear this Saturday IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERAID WEEKEND MAGAZINE SIMPSONS CORRECTION In our tire ad that appeared in The Lethbridge Herald on page 22, March 27th the item Fibreglcm Belted Whitewall Tires should have read 23.98 in- stead of 21.98 at appeared. We are sorry for any inconvenience caused. Thurwiay, Mardi 19, 1973 THC IfTHBIIIDGI HERAID 27 Survivor recalls niieide plunge SAN Henry Making fireworks safe in the free course for supervisors in Toronlo, -Maryl Hurley learns the safe procedures from artillery expert Bob Nickerson, while Toronto fireman William Rob- erts watches. The free course is sponsored by the federal government, and is mandatory for anyone staging public fireworks displays, such as those planned for Victoria Day, May 21. FRANCISCO (AP) Harrington remembers hat it was rainy and foggy as ie climbed over the railing of the Golden Gate bridge for 247-foot suicide plunge 10 lie chill waters of the San Francisco Bay. "I was hanging on wait- ng do I have the he aid Monday on his first visit o the bridge since his No- 1971, death try. He re- called: 'Some man came running nit of the fog yelling. I got mad, cursed him and let go. "I had my arms outstretched Jonathan Seagull. "On the way I felt, this a long way My feet hit the water first." His back struck the concrete moat at the base of the tower and he lost consciousness for a tew seconds when he hit the water. When he came to, was he dis- appointed he hadn't died? "No. I was swimming around, yeUing for help. My finger found a notch in the concrete. I held on enough to give me sta- bility." He was rescued by a coast guard cutler. SUFFERS INJURIES "I punctured a lung, broke a couple ribs and had back con- Harrington said. He was in hospital for more than a year after a sple- nectomy operation and now is an outpatient at McAuley Neuropsychlatrlc Institute, St. Mary's Hospital, here. Why did he leap? "I'm still asking said Harrington, 37. "1 think I may have been possessed by the demons. I was crazy." Harrington is one of only six known survivors in leaps from Ihe famous span wliicli con- nects the city with Marin Coun- ty. Harrington said he survived the 247 foot jump because "there was some higher per- son helping me." SIMPSONS bears SAVE 20% to 30% Now colour your bathroom with soft, plush At cushy prices. teteshop 328-6611 Jusl leel the deep silky pile of these gorgeous bathroom rugs. It's eye-pleasing 'Velvetoiich'. Soft, resilient blend o! polyester and acrylic. Cosy. Warm! Beauty that's so easy care. Just machine wash and dry. Sani-Gard treated for lasting hygienic freshness. Ribbed latex backing on rugs for cushion softness and skid resistance. 6 captivating show-off colours: Petal Pink, Royal Purple, Federal Gold, Fern Green, Burgundy r 30" Rug Reg. 5.98 4.49 ea. x 36" Rug Reg. 8.98 6.99 en, e.-Conlour Rug Reg. 7.98 5.99 eq. d.-Lid Cover Reg. 3.98 2.99 ea. Lid Cover Reg. 4.98 3.99 ect. pee. Tank Set Reg. 9.98 7.99 ea. g.-24 x 36" Fringed Rug Reg. 8.99 ea. 4 49 18 x 30" Rug. Reg. Campaign on to prevent blindness UNtTED NATIONS (AP) An emergency campaign is un der way in Bangladesh to save a generation from going blind It means giving every child un der 6 a dose of high potency vitamin A, and Dr. Wadie Ka mel says it is succeeding. Dr. Kamel, a public healtL specialist, estimates that 1SO.OOC Bangladesh children went blini from malnutrition in 1972. Food distribution and healtr aervices were crippled by a cy clone in 1870, followed by th Pakistan-Indian war of Decem ber, 1971. Creation of the ne< country of Bangladesh results from tho war. The United Nations Children' Fund sent Dr. Kamel to Bangla desh last November to tackl the problem. Even a fair diet would ha. _ warded off xerophthalmia, the medical name for vitamin t deficiency so severe it affect the eyesight. But in 1972 ther were no vegetables or fruit fo the poor of Bangladesh or theL children. Eggs, also a natura source of the vitamin, had to b sold or traded for dire necess ties. The UN Children's Fund pur chased vitamin A which wa flown to Bangladesh starting ir December. Already, three million chil dren have had their first sules. Dr. Kamel estimated the TO Children's Fund contributed the program this year STORE HOURS: Open Dolly a.m. to p.m., TTiurt. ond Frl. a.m. to p.m.. Centre Village Moll, Telephone 328-9211 DURING OUR USED SPRING SPECTACULAR TONS 1972 COURIER '2194 1969 FORD MOO 4x4 M997 1968 FORD F-100 1965 DODGE SPORTSVAN '897 New trial ordered in theft case HELENA, Mont. (AP) The Montana Supreme Court issued an order overturning the grand larceny conviction or a Cana- dian man and ordering the case back to the district court of Elaine County for a new trial. The order was on the appeal of John E. Pound, 38, o[ Swift Current, Sask., who was con- victed by 2 jury in Chinook May 10, 1972, for allegedly stealing rifles and other arti- cles belonging to Turner- area farmer Joseph L. Desaye. The supreme court held that a search of Pound's veliicle on the DeSaye farm was not con- ducted legally and that the trial court erred in not requir- ing DeSaye to produce at tho trial records of transactions be- tweeu himself and Pound. The court record showed that the two men had transacted buHpess on various occasions dealing with shipment of coins from Canada to DeSaye and that Pound had done carpentry work for DeSaye. Pound had contended that DeSaye owed him and testified during the trial that he took property from DeSaye, but stated he felt he had noti- fied DeSaye he would take something if no payment were made on the alleged debt. Priest executed VIENNA, Austria (AP) The Roman Catholic news agency Kathpress said today a priest has been reported exe- cuted in Albania for secretly baptizing a child. Albania ]s Communist-ruled and religious rites arc out lawed. Kathpress said reports from residents in the Albania-Yugo- slav border area identified the priest as Rev. Stephen Kurtl, a prisoner at a labor camp. The agency added that the clergyman was reported to have been asked by a woman to baptize her child and was sean doing tt. He was then reported to the authorities, Kathpress said. Religious ceremonies hav been prohibited since 1967 tbrouebout Ataoia. TONS 1971 FORD F-250 1968 FORD F-250 S1695 HEAVYWEIGHTS 1971 FORD IN 9000 TANDEM CHASSIS AND CAB 250 Cummlngi Dtesil Englnl 1969 T800 FORD TANDEM CHASSIS AND CAB FARM HANDS 1966 IHC 1800 CHASSIS AND CAB 1959 MERCURY 3 TON Grain Box and Hoiit. Good 1949 CHEV 3 TON Box and Haiti. Runs Cod. NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED DROP IN TO OUR TRUCK CITY RIGHT ON HWY. No. 3 BET THE ONI BEST DEAL HERE SUPERIOR MOTORS TABER, ALBERTA 5403 48th PHONE 223-3537 223-J72S ;