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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta J2 THE UTHBRIDPE HERALD May 11, 1973 Y Storytellers in uproar TOKYO (Kculer) The Japanese Asso- ciation is in an uproar OUT a yount; female member who tells dirty stonoo a tiling unheard of in the cen- art. Angry senior blur} tellers have accused ear-old Tenno Yuzuru of detune a tradition that has been handed down from Japan's feudal era. They vote Friday on whether to quit and form a rival association because their president supports Miss Yuzuru's right to tell pornographic stories, which she began May 1 nile- "I'lTatitutc Scries." Although no Icnger as poi'uijr >is in earlier days, tH1 kin- jno-clad still Ml cross-logged on UK. .it re stages reciting old toik uileb or performing ale-style acts. Sues magazine PARIS (Reuter) jazz musician and son of the late Italian dictator, Bcnito Mussolini, sued a French priest and the magazine Paris- Maich for yesterday over an article alegling his fa- ther ordered the assassination of Pope Piux XI, who died in 1939. The Lethbridge Bahct'i Community presents the FAITH SAT., MAY 12th, 8 P.M. in the BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE A multi-media presentation of film, drama and discussion. "The earth is one country and mankind its citizens.7 BAHA'U'LLAH No Charge Everyone Welcome Refreshments to be served. MAKE IT A PERFECT Acupuncture will be used Alone, frightened Sudha Reddy, 18, is alone and frightened in Mont- real. Her husband, Mallappa Reddy, 29, was declared an illegal immigrant and deported back to their native India. Mrs. Reddy, seven months pregnant, could not accompany her husband because of her condition. HILLTOPPERS GYMKHANA CLUB p.m. 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. SATURDAY, MAY 12th GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB Orchestra "MOTHER'S CREATION" Children Bring Mom and the Whole Family to ths FRONTIER DICING ROOM at the Buffet Brunch P.25 Fruit Juice, Hotcokes, Sausages, Bacon, Horn, Scrambled eggs, Home fried potatoes, Coffee. ALL YOU CAN EAT. A.M. TO 2 P.M. The Frontier Dining Room will be Open this Sunday at 4-00 p m, for Dinner Phone 327-5701 for reservations At our new location 1005 3rd Ave. S. Hours: 10 a.m. p.m. Tuesday thru Saturday CLOSED MONDAYS in Canada THE REVELATIONS TRIO of Canada's Finest singing groups in the field of Gospel music, will be appearing in the Lethbridge Pentecostal Tabernacle for a Sacred Concert. SATURDAY, MAY 12th p.m. All Are Cordially Invited to Attend ADMISSION FREE CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. EVENiNG ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS Friday and Saturday Members and their guests only! MONTREAL (CP) Acu- puncture, used to treat illness and relieve pain in China for thousands of years, will be used commonly in Canadian hospi- tals to eliminate pain during surgery within the next few years, says the president of the Canadian Medical Association. Dr. Gustav who led a recent 16-member Canadian medical delegation to China, told a news conference yester- day Canadian doctors could learn acupuncture best by studying it in China. "It would take between three and six months in China for a Canadian anesthetist to learn the technical method of apply- ing Dr. Gingras said. "However, he would have to understand and speak Chinese. Since there are only about 10 or 15 qualified Chinese-sneaking anesthetists in Canada, it would be advisable to send over medi- cal teams with translators.' In China, acupuncture is used to treat a wide range of condi- tions and illnesses, including tu- mors, deafness, schizophrenia and epilepsy. It was first used as an anal- gesic during surgery in 1958, when a Chinese military physi- cian ran out of anesthesia and used acupuncture as a method of eliminating pain while he was extracting a tooth. REMAINS CONSCIOUS Acupuncture term is more correct than anes- thesia because the patient re- mains conscious during sur- the insertion into the skin of fine, stainles-steel needles. The needles are, usually in- serted only about one or two centimetres and then twirled to produce a numbing effect. Dr. Gingras, director of the Rehabilitation Institute of Mon- treal, said that in spite of a re- cent extensive research pro- gram, the Chinese themselves do not understand how acu- puncture works. Members of the Canadian medical team viewed its use in several operations including the removal of a brain tumor and partial removal of a stomach, "and there is absolutely no doubt that it works." Acupuncture analgesia is sometimes supplemented by the use of local anesthetics and is never used on children under the age of 16 or on mentally ill patients. It is most effective on surgery of the neck, head and upper ex- tremities and less effective on lower parts of the body. Dr. Gingras hopes that an ex- change of medical personnel can be arranged so that Cana- dian anesthetists can learn acu- puncture techniques in China and experienced Chinese acu- puncture teachers will accept research-teaching fellowships in Canada. RECEIVED TREATMENT Dr. Gingras said the tech- nique should initially be re- stricted to qualified anesthet- ists, but could be used in the near future by operating-room nurses, dentists and other health workers. We Want You To Attend May 18, 19, 20, 21 4 FULL DAYS OF FUN IRISH ROVERS IN CONCERT GIANT FESTIVAL PARADE CABARETS GOLF TOURNAMENT GIANT CAR BINGO NEW INTERMOUNTAIN SHOWS MIDNIGHT BOWLING TOURNAMENT MOTO CROSS RACES MODEL AIRPLANE SHOW FESTIVAL QUEEN PAGEANT 3 NIGHTS TEEN CAFETERIA 11VE, HOWKY MOSSC and Thurs., Fri., and Sat. UCENSiD I Open Tues. and Wed. 6 p.m. ______ to 12 Midnight Thurs., Fri. and Sat. 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. He was pleased with the re- sults of acupuncture treatment he received to relieve pain in his shoulder. He had suffered a dislocated shoulder last year and received several acupuncture treatments while he was in China with the medical delegation. After the initial treatment, which was painless and lasted about three or four minutes, "the shoulder was pain free fcr the first time in over 15 months, although its effect lasted only a couple of hours." ''Subsequent treatments pro- vided additional relief for longer periods of time. Unfortu- nately, I had insufficient time to obtain the 15 to 20 treatments that were advised." He said the delegation, which toured msdical schools, hospi- tals and research institutions in four Chinese cities, was "some- what less impressed'1 with the use of acupuncture in the treat- ment of certain diseases and conditions than its use as an analgesic. CANNOT ASSESS "With respect to the treat- ment of children with con- genital or acquired deafness, we were simply unable to as- sess its effectiveness in the time available." He said the medical delega- tion received reports of positive results in the treatment of epi- lepsy, Bell's palsy and gastric and duodenal ulcers, adding that acupuncture has proven "extremely valuable" in the treatment of arthritis and other muscle and joint disorders. Dr. Gingras said the Cana- dian delegation was also im- pressed with Chinese advances in limb replantation and the treatment of severe burns. At the Sixth Shanghai Hospi- tal, where replantation tech- niques were developed, officials reported a 60-per-cent success rate in finger replantation and an 80-per-cent success rate in the replanting of severed limbs. "We saw several patients with replanted that were functioning extremely well. The techniques developed at this hospital are now being duplicated in many hospitals in major cities in China. LEAD WITH BURNS He said the Chinese success- fully replant limbs that have been separated from the body for up to 36 hours, While in Can- ada it is considered necessary to replant within six to eight hours to retain a functioning limb. Dr. Gingras considers the Chinese to be the world's lead- ing experts in the treatment of burns. "We examined patients who had survived burns covering 99 per cent of their bodies with over 94 per cent of the body having third-degree bums." The Chinese have established special burn units in major hos- pitals, which remove burned tis- sue surgically shortly after the patient is admitted to hospital and temporarily use human cadaver skin, or animal skin, in newly-developed skin graft tech- niques. Dr. Gingras also saad thai during its tour of medical faci- lities, the Canadian delegation saw "some things that were bad medicine." As far as the treatment of infections is concerned, we were not with certain cases of inner-ear infections and strep throat." Inquest ruled 'waste of lime' EDATONTON (CP) A cor- oner's jury deliberated only 11 minutes to return a verdict cf accidental death in an inquest described by Dr. M. M. Cantor, provincial coroner, as "a waste cf time." Dr. Cantor said the investiga- tion into the death of 45-year- old Elsie Danielson cf Edmon- ton in December, 1972, wasted taxpayers' money. "I judge it cost about to rent the court, pay off-duty policemen and pay the court re- porter." He said the evidence estab- lished by the three-hour inquest was known to him shortly after the woman died, but an anony- mous telephone call last month claimed she had been pushed under a train. The jury found that Mrs. DanielEon crawled under the train Dec. 17. She died in hos- pital of cardiac arrest Dec. 28. Divide seating WASHINGTON (AP) The Civil Aeronautics Board has or- dered scheduled airlines to pro- vide smokers and non smok- ing passengers with separate seating quarters in their air- craft beginning July 10. TV HIGHLIGHTS FRIDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "High G p.m., Ch. 7. The story cf a middle-aged widower who decides to complete his ne- glected college education, REPEAT PROGRAMS: Brady Bunch, Sonny and Cher, All In The Family, Tommy Hunter, FBI. CRIME DRAMA: McMillan and Wife, p.m., Ch. 13. This is a repeat of the episode "Blues For Sally M." MOVIE DRAMA: "Torn 12 midnight, Ch. 13. A cc'ld-war spy story about an American scientist who pre- tends to defect to East Germany. MOVIE WESTERN: "Mackenna's a.m., Ch. 7. Violence explodes in this large-scale adventure set in the Southwest of 1874. MOVIE DRAMA: 2 a.m., Ch. 13. Mien the producer of a play is attracted to the young playwright's wife she thinks her husband is trying to push her into an affair. SATURDAY SPORT: Baseball, p.m., Ch. 9. The Baltimore Orioles meet the New York Yankees. SPORT: Golf, p.m., Ch. 11. Third-round play in the Colonial National Invitational from Fort Worth, Texas. SPORT SPECIAL: Soccer Championship, 2 p.m., Ch. 7. The 101st Football Assn. Soccer Championship between Leeds United and Sunderland. SPORT: Wide World of Sports, 3 p.m., Ch. 11. Indy time trials with 33 cf the fastest cars to qualify for the Memorial Day classic. SPORT: Tennis, 4 p.m., Ch. 7. Highlights of the richest doubles event in tennis, taped May 6 from Montreal. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the res- ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC Morley ,McGIII and Allan Bell Contemporary News; Doug Marvin Contemporary Sports; Leo Dow Farm News; Music We Remember Sunday Mornings. FRIDAY NIGHT Dave King Jack Neufeld Paul Tessier CHEC-FM SATURDAY News Buryl Clarke News 6-35 Buryl News t CJOC Buryl Clarke News Sports Buryl News Buryl Clarke News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whitt, Bill Mathcs.n; Brent Seely and Don Mac'ean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card. FRIDAY NIGH'S Probe 1220 World at Six Slan Beiiiey Show Jim Parsons SATURDAY 6-00 News Jack Thys Bruce Bowie Show News, wtnr. Sports News 10-05 Jim Elliot 12.00 News 3-00 Stan Bailley Show Soccer Results S.40 Sports MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 a.m.-12 nocn Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-0 6 p.m.-lO p m. Don Hedman 10 p.m -12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores t {Bob Ccncie) CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY 6 a.m.-l2 noon Don WcMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. and encores Don Hcdmsn 6 p.m.-l a.m. Dell-0 SUNDAYS a.m.-l p m. Concerts, Overtures -Ar and Encores (Bob Ccrncie) 1-2 p.m The Gasthaus Hour (German program) 2-6 p. TI. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures end Enccres (Bob Concic) FRIDAY NIGHT Home Run BBC News 5-30 New World at Six As Happens Sir Ernest Macmlllan Tribute 9.00 Music West CBR Radio 1010 Calgary News, Sport, Wthr. 10 03 This Country in From the Capitals the Morning (P 1) 10.15 Five Nights a Week 10.59 Time Signal My Word This Country In Major Progression the Morning (P. i) SATURDAY News Sounds Like Saturday West- Saturday I'm Sorry I'll F.A. Cup Final Read That Again The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK Saturates The Southern Alberta Market! -Reaching over Lethbridge and district readers bi-monthly. DON'T BUY ADVERTISING IN THE DARK! We submit our records to the regular scutiny of trie Audit Bureau of Circulation and our circulation prac- tices to the discipline of their regulations! Next Chinook May 15 (Advertising Deadline is May 9th) CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION! CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cafalevision Ch. 6) inal FRIDAY Movie: Hollywood Squares MacKenrta's Gold 5-30 News Avengers 5.JU N6WS SATURDAY Movie- Pinocchio High Time Spiderman 8.00 M.A.S.H. George of the All jn the Family Jungle Tommy Hunter Spiderman Dean Martin Fllnslone Hour News (c) Sports International T1.20CJOC News Stampede Wrestling Movie: War and Crossfire 1.00 Claire Olson Peaco CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Coblevision Ch. 4) Newsreel F.A. Cup Badminton 4-00 Tennis Bugs Sunny Movie: Father Goose 6.00 Front Page Challenge FRIDAY Star Trek News Beat the Clock The Brady Bunch Thought for Day University of Hawkeye Waterville Gang Puppet People Movie: Double Bill: Buckshot (1) Torn Curtain Musical Friends (2) Contempt SATURDAY Sonny and Cher Mystery Movie FBI New> News Outdoor Sportsman Sports Digest 2-30 All star wrestling Roller Derby Wide World of Sports Memorial Cup Hockey Final Story Theatre KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 {Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY News 5.30 News Hoc Haw 7.00 Sanford and All in the Carol Burnett Medical Centre News Tonight Show SATURDAY CGF Teiecourst Amazing Chan Son Scoofcy Doo Josie and the Pussycats Flintstones Archies Fai Albert Bunny Sabrina 12.03 Baseball Scalab 2020 3-30 Aiound the World 4.00 American Adventure 4-30 News The Wallons Emergency KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) FRIDAY Password News News Trum or Consequences Brady Bunch Partridge Family 8.00 Room in Odd Couple Love American Style 10.00 News Movie: Roaue's March SATURDAY News H. R. Pufnstuf Jackson 5 The Osmonds Superstar Movie 8.30 Brady Kids Bewitched Kid Power Funky Phantom Lldsvillt The Monkees American Bandstand CBS Children's Film Festival 1.00 TBA 1-30 Golf 3 ro Indianapolis WO Reasoner Report Animal World 5.30 Little People 6.00 Sonny and Chtr ;