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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HIRALD Soluiday, May 13, W2 Free treatment for mentally ill EDMONTON (CP) The Al- berta government announced here that menially 111 and men- tally relarded childmi be cared for In provincial institu- tions without charge, effective June 1. Health Minister Null Craw- ford said the change will end "a long slanding injustice" in wlu'ch parents of such children were charged from S2 a day in provincial institutions to 510 a day in private facilities. The new policy also involves private Institutions. Provision has also been made for parents of menially handi- capped children to contribute voluntarily toward care of their chikl, up lo S3 a day. Also nfler June 1, any person I admitled lo a provincial men- llal institution will be charged on Ihc same basis as a person in hospital for a physical ill- ness. The first 120 days of treat- ment at Alberta hospitals in Ponoka and 0 1 i v c r is without charge. The policy change will mean that after days of treat- ment, the charge will be ?3 a day, as in other hospitals. Mr. Crawford also announced that patient charges at the five j long term custodial care cen- I tres operated by the province will all be S3 n day. Charges at llio geriatric centres, in Cam- rose, Jtaymond, Clares h o 1 m, Ciunn and Youngs t o w n, pre- viously varied from J2.30 to 515 a day. The same standard fee also will apply at other govcrnment- operalcd facilities such as un- married mothers' residences, group homes, community homes and other facililics such as Decrliomc at Bui Deer, for which charges previously rang- ed from nothing to S7 a day. The move is in line with rec- ommendations of the Blair Re- port on Mental Health in 19GB. The change was estimated lo cost IJie province about f 1.2 mil- lion a year, but much of this was expected lo be oflset by additional income from the rates at other centres and increases in income from cost sharing arrange- ments with the federal govern- ment. The statement also said the policy changes will affect about patients and families, oi which. are in mental hos- pitals, in institutes for re- larded children, 91 in geriatric centres and in other fa- cilitics such as Deerhome. SALVATION ARMY Presents A 2-hour musical play complete wilh drama, humor and brand new music ONE NIGHT ONLY 27th 8 p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Tickets available at Leister's Admission per person LETHBRIDGE GARRISON 'RECOGNITION BALL1 All ex-servicemen, women, militia members ond friendi are cordially inviled lo atlend a "Recognition Ball" in tribute to all former and serving members of the Lethbridge and District military services. This ball will bring a successful conclusion to "D Day" Week activities. LETHBRIDGE ARMOURIES, KENYON FIELD SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 9 P.M. DRESS OPTIONAL (SUIT AND TIE) Admission a Couple DANCING BUFFET LUNCH _ REFRESHMENTS Ticket! availabla at LEGION ANAF APMnilBIF? ARMOURIES Ken Barrell-328-4644 Dave 327-5387 Mel Hamillon-327-8123 Dave DUNDEE TEXACO Don While-327-7604 Lewis raps Pemn L 1 on DISC program OTTAWA (CP) New Demo- crat Leader David Lewis Fri- day accused Trade flimsier .Tcan Luc Pcpin of "cowardice in refusing to commit liimsclf to revealing names of companies j in Canada who are registering with the American DISC pro- gram. During a bristling Commons exchange, Mr. Pcpin said he was being responsible in show- ing caution about announcing names of Canadian subsidiaries o f U.S.-controlIcd companies who are taking advantage of the U.S. domestic international sales corporations program. The trade minister has al- ready said General Motors, Ford and Chrysler hive applied for DISC. The DISC legislation permits subsidies for DISC com- panies exporting from the U.S. But when he was asked by Mr. Lewis to name the firms which he has said have registered with DISC, Mr. Pcpiu was noncommital. He said the trade department is trying to work out a system which would require DISC com- panies lo identify themselves. He would see whether he could reveal the names of the firms. When he was pressed by Mr. Lewis, the trade minister said the U.S. government "doesn't seem very keen about publish- ing the names of these compa- nies." Lewis threw in his accu- sation of cowardice and added: "Surely Canada is entitled to know who's going to cut its throat." Mr. Pcpin repb'ed: "When 1 listen to my honora- ble friend from the NDP, I am reminded of the Bible: 'I thank God I am not as other men.' Mr. Lewis said the trade min- ister might remember a quota- tion from the works of William Shakespeare: "The evil that men do lives on after them." F CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13lh ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 58 Game No. 1 50 10th Game Blackout in 57 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money......... 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card J1.00 All Wood Cards 5Qg Each Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club room for members and their invited guests Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities Tonight "MINT JULEPS" Members and Invited Guests! IRISHi "in contest" WHISKEY ON A SUNDAY SUNDAY MAY 21 a SHOWS M0 P.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Titkoti S3.50 Arlvnnco nl Irin Door. Aclvancn ticltoli nvoilnhlo tit Lniilrr'i BYE BYE BIRDIE Presented by ths LETHBRIDGE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday May 16, 17, 18, 19 YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Tuesday is Students' Night at 7 p.m. per person Wednesday, Thursday, Friday at p.m. per person Titkelj ul Lcisler's or ot trm LCI MOTHER'S DAY (all you can cat) SUNDAY, MAY 14 12 Noon to 9p.m. Children 6-12.....52.25 Under 12 ........SI.25 PARK PLAZA MOTOR HOTEL 1009 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE [TV HIGHLIGHTS! SATURDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "A Prize of C p.m., Ch. 7. An American soldier stationed in the British sector of Berlin decides to hijack a shipment of gold bullion. HISTORICAL DRAMA: "The Six Wives of Henry 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Anne Bolcyn's marriage to Henry is chronicled in this second chapter of the repeated series. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Hlnckwalcr 9 p.m.. Cll. 13. A 1970 madc-for-TV adventure filmed at Nassau in the- Bahamas involving sunken Spanish treasure. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Genghis p.m., Cll. 7. A fictionalized biography ot the 12th century Mongol con- queror. MOVIE COMEDY: "Casanova p.m., Ch. 13. A NATO officer risks his life and reputation because he be- lieves that danger must accompany Ills amorous adventures. SUNDAY SPORT: Davis Cup Tennis, p.m., Ch. 7. Canada vs. Mexico in the men's singles quarter-finals, live from Vancou- ver. SPORT: Pro Colt, 2 p.m., Ch. 13. Closing action in the Colonial National Invitational with a first prize of SPECIAL: Backstage at the Emmys, p.m., Ch. 9. A glance behind the glamor of the Emmy Awards with scenes from last year's awards and the planning that's neces- sary to stage this live production. AGRICULTUIIT: Country Canada, p.m., Ch. 7. A profile of A. II. Runciman, president of the United Graiu Growers Ltd., is featured this week. WILDLIFE: Audubon Wildlife Theatre, 5 p.m., Ch. 7. An Intimate study of n mother coyote and her young. WILDLIFE: Untamed World, 5 p.m., Ch. 13. The life cycle of the sockeye salmon is studied in this remarkable feature. FAMILP: World of Disney, p.m., Ch. 7. This story Is about the adventures of an orphaned ocelot raised by the owner of a desert service station. SPECIAL: The Emmy Awards, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Johnny Car- son is host for television's 24lh annual Emmy Awards cere- monies, telecast from the Hollywood Palladium. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Kreskin, singer Jamie Redfern and author George Higgms are the guests. MONDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Wings in Uie 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A young aviation researcher is accidentally blinded just be- fore his experiments can be proved successful. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Operation 1 p.m., CIi. 13. A secret agent tries lo stop the murder of a Middle Eastern ambassador. Soviet ships moving in TOKYO (AP) A Sovicl cruiser and a missile-carrying iloslroycr were suen sLciiinini; southward through llie Tsush- ima Slrait between Japan and tlio Korean peninsula, the Japa- nese defence agency reported today. A spokesman for the agency declined to speculate whether the warships were bound for North Vietnamese waters to challenge I'rcsident Nixon's at- tempt to cut off Ihc delivery ol Soviet war supplies to the Viet- namese Communists. Trail man named science advisor TRAIL, B.C. (CP) F. J. L. Miller, assistant to the manager of technical research of Comin- co Ltd., has been appointed ns science ndvisov on the Science Council ot Canada. Mr. Miller joined Cominco In after praduating in honors chemistry from the University oC Alberta. THE FIRST NIGHTER DRAMA COMPANY ERIE RIVERS HIGH SCHOOL, MILK RIVER Presents THE YEAR LETHBRIDGE WON THE GREY CUP An original comedy in 3 acts WriHen and Directed by Don E. Behrenj SAT., SUN., MON., MAY 27, 28, 29 ERLE RIVERS HIGH SCHOOL 8 P.M. Adults: Students (Under 50c Eckels available at: Quinn's Drug Store, Ellerl'a Food Master, Milk River, and from Morlin Wilde al Coulrs. 1972 TABER RODEO GOLD BAR TICKETS Available from Taber Elks Members or Ben Engleson Box 2224, Taber Draw Date: June 6, 1972 Past Winner: JACK MARUYANA, ST. ALBERT MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL INTRODUCING THE NEW BROWNIE DELIGHT 33" Mother gels one FREE when sho comes in with iho family EXAMPLE: FAMILY OF 4 BUY 3 MOTHER'S IS FREE 722 23rd St. N. Pliono 328-4058 ANGLO'S Radio 4 TV Listings Program! Cra by thi rodla and lelavliton nation. Any variation In pragram khtdult it Ian. minute chongei by the tlalloni end It no! respon- sibility the Herald ar Anglo Distributor! Stereo and Photographic Centre, CHEC if Roger Channon with Contemporary Sporii Morley McGill wilh Contemporary News Leo Dow Bury! Clark I SATURDAY 1 Paul Tessier Jack Ncwlcld SUNDAY Paul Tessler Leo Dow 7-00 Barry Hcgland John Oliver MONDAY Dave King SATURDAY NIGHT Sporls 5 5] News Inside from thn Oulside Continental Holiday Daryl Ferguson Doug Anderson SUNDAY News Roll Ingram Atlantic Symphony BidcKfool Indian Program Solo News ChrjElian Scloncp Voice of Prsohpcy Sunday Maa-jine News John Walker Big Bar.cJi Bfacklool Indian Program Pele Snow News Cross Country Chock-Up NHL Hockey The Entertainers Hour of Decision Sunshine Eva-.gel II :03 Concern MONDAY 5 30 Jim ETIIior CDC Hc-.vs News, WlhT, Sport Phone Bill Snow lu.fiS Wayne tarry 1230 News, Wllir, Sport and Grain prices Jack Thyj John Walhcr Probe 1220 -fr CHEC FFA -fr News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour SATURDAY NIGHT Nev.rdd 13-nn y Beryl Clark SUNDAY Newfeld John Charles Leo Dew Barry Hcgland CBR Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY NIGHT Time Signal 10-03 Jaw Identities H-03 Capital Heport Musk De CheinoUS CDC Starje Outside 9-30 Distinguished Arllsls 1D-C3 Anthology Bush and Salon Progression .._ 30 Celebraiions Ihe Collage uuiiioe News, Ccnlinpnlal Holiday 12.C6 Warner's Waj( Carousel WorKs SUNDAY Morning 'Concert Children's Sunday FAorning Sunday Magailne Sunday Supplemen Remember V.'hen Cye Opener Sunday ,ind Friends 8-00 World at 8 I'll Road "Thai Again News 5rjuna cT Sporl Sunday Theatre This Country Radio Noon Schools Max Ferguson Home Albums World ai Hi ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONEI SONY TRINITRON [S The World's Best Color TV "Nobody Makes Color Like Sony" See ihe complete Sony line at ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and Centei 419 5th it. k. Phone 328-6922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) SATURDAY NIGHT Slrugci'a for Buy Bunny Border 4.00 Movie- A Prlzn rf Davis Cup Final Gold (c) Six Wives ot Henry VIII 9.30 TEA The Country Tims News Provincial Teleprobe 7 Movie: Ghengis Khan SUNDAY Crossroads Nivcn Miller Failti for Today Movie: On the Run Arlisls 7BA 3-.M Rjach tor Ihe Top 3 30 Counlry Canada 1 Enrounlcr (r) 1 New Majority and 1 News (c) 1 Audubon (c) 1 World nf Disney DicK Van Dyke The Rovers Jimmy Slewart Emmy Awards Sunday ot Nino Nalion's Business J Teleprobe 7 H Forus on U of L 5 I Spy MONDAY 5 Farm and City Today Romper Room j Mr. Dress Up uds n Friendly Giant 5 Chez Helens 0 Sesame Slreei 0 Miday-Our Town Movie. Wings In the Dark 1 r'cHale's Navy D Take 30 D FJtic of Night (cl 1 Family Court 0 Drop In quences CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) SATURDAY NIGHT News (c) Oil Report (t) Kinno Bingo Rcll'm' On Ihe Riv Rex Humbard (c) 9-nn Program HI Lights Parlons Fr Ycgs (c) Love American Slyk Movie: Blackwalcr Gold (c) News Nighlcap Movie: Casanovs 70 Untamed World Movie- Valley of Mystery Room '111 Mcd Squad (c) fi-30 Kreskin 9: CO W-5 Mannix 5UND1Y KThfca'll' 9MO Thounhl tor Day Oil Report 9M5 i-H Club (c) Oueslicn Period Day of Discovery David Frosl Oral Robcrls WQNDAY Rural Report Though' for Day Window on Britain fl-30 University of Air AM f-ooul Facet 55 Nor Mi Mapla Pierre Dertan Bewitched Dick Van Dyks Mcvic: Movie: Opr-rallon Doublecross (c) JUG Gocd Word .VOn Anoliier World Anything You Cnn Do 5.00 I iinnly Altriir KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cahlevision Ch. 9) SATURDAY Hue H.iw ri-OD Glen Campbell Bold Ones Movie: Gigl 10: Kl NCVJS. TV Show Kid Tdlk 3 30 The New Constitution (c) Sixty Minutes Snu.iret (c) Jeopardy (c) Who, Whal, 'A'hcre Game News (O Tom and Jorry Bonai fAe and Ihc Clilmp Is a Many World c.f Disney Splrndorr-d Tliinp Jimmy As Ihc World Turn! nl The and You Movir- The Lonk Up and Live Chasers (c) Kalnryn Kuhlman 9 10 nanicr Rcul MONDAY lO'flfl Gimcrn Thrcn Our World Fare the Nation Salute Anricullurs Lucy Sh AAU Int'l Totl.iy Shew .1. (.mde lo Lo CKimipicins (O Todov in Woniim 12 00 NH1 P 3D fnni-i-olr.ilinn ft) 10 Hie Making of a Sillc ol Crntury -nr-n My Thrm Sons (cl -i'-lf) Nr-.vi Ir) tJLSC Nicihlly Nr.vs KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) (r SATURDAY NIGHT InslqM S'30 Alias Smith nnd (r) 11.30 ksuf-s a ll.dfllOA 7'30 Movir: Colonial A l.i-.lc of Evil lnvil.ihc. 1-M The SUIh ftulo R. 10-00 Lonn iilrciit (c) Inr News Kirwi Nov.s (c) ,io I. Movir: Novrr Love ft 00 Annie, I he a Mriintjcr (c) In Mo Lilc d n SUNDAY Wan I f, :iO Fnrm Nnws n litinoismlB fhrislophrr Clnsrup fl.M The I'DI This Is I ho Life Movk: B-Wi H'.viv.il r-irus If.) Sparlnui! K) i Morn tlio Nf.vs NI-A.S [lullv-inklc (f) 1 I-1! fiiihr jamr-s 9 .m .W.iko rt Wisn (c) MONDAY 10 00 Omgon flnd Mr. rnrm Nuws Tond (c) Cnptiiln Knngrtroo (f) ;