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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta RENO, NEVADA A Dayi Several Depculurai, Each (double) For infonnalion and contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3301 The lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lcthbndgc, Albcrla, Friday, October C, 1972 PAGES 17 TO 28 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLOC. 740 4lh AVE. S. PHONE 324-7131 Now A.riving: THE NEW EUROPEAN FALL EYE FASHIONS for If73 Trudeau is world leader Sharp tells city group By Gli'.CG MclNTYHK Hcrnhl Slalf Writer President Nixon followed Prime Minister Tvudeau to Peking and to Moscow, Mitchell Sharp, federal minister of ex- ternal affairs, tolJ 100 persons at a Liberal-sponsored rally Thursday. This world leadership ami in- ilialive is pvinciple on which Lhis government oper- ates in all Mr. Sharp said in a half-hour speech at Sven Ericksen's Family Rest- aurant which focused primar- ily on China, Currently on a Western Can- ada Liberal campaign lour, Ihe Gl-year-flld minister said he was born in Winnipeg and "I under- stand Western psychology." He appeared with local candidate Andy Russell. In 1968 election campaigning the only promise the Liberals made, he said, in foreign policy. In IB months of negotiations that followed the election of the Trudeau government in 19GB, Mr. Sliai-p said relations were established with China. Host of the 18 months were taken rjp in convincing the Chinese that Canada was sin- cere in its desire to form re lations and not just a "stalk- ing-horse (or the Americans." "The world look our lead. Starling wilh the Italians, coun- try afler country until just last week, Japan virtually the whole world followed our example." The result of relations wilh the nation of 000 million people has included exchanging trade missions and "preferential" consideration of C a n a d a's wheat. The Chinese arc looking for- ward to lonR-lerm trade thai will include exchanging wheal for rice, said Mr. Sharp. The external affairs minister rapped both Conservative lead- er Robert Stanfield and KDP leader David Ixjwis for their "outdated" thinking in criticis- ng '.he Trudeau government. Mr. Lewis's charge that (he jibcrals are supporting "cor- lorale welfare bums" Is a 'real he said. On one hand, the NDP call or incentives to industry and on the other, allacks corpor- ations getting government sub- sidies, he said. "Jlr. Lewis is just putting politics ahead of said ilr. Sharp. "It's an attempt to >ring his rather shattered party together and I guess he's done thai." Mr. Sharp said Robert Stan- 'ield's criticism of current un- Assault investigated Police arc Investigating Hie beating and robbery of a Leth bridge woman in Gait Gardens Thursday night. Margaret Adams, 39, Is In satisfactory condition in the Lethhridge Municipal Hospita wilh passible fractured skul and ribs as a result of the in cident. City police report, Irom Mar garet Adams' statement, tha possibly four men and one wo- man were involved in the as sault. CUFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechan BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BIDG. Lower Level PHONE 3J7-2822 employment is oldfashioned. "When he talks about unem- ployment, you'd think lie was (all; about unemployment in the ..-.jression." Canada is currently expand- ing ils economy and creating new jobs taster lhan any na- tion except Japan, lie said. "Our rate of job increase is three times as fast as it is in Ihe United States." The solution at present is nol to try to stimulate the econ- omy anymore, but instead to provide supplementary pro- grams like Opportunities for Youth, Local Initiatives Pro- gram and job training and re- training he said. Oshiro outlines doctors' problems By JOE MA Herald Staff Wrilcr Third parly payment, such as the case in Ihe provirice by the Alberta Health Care Insur- ance Commission, is a factor contributing to the escalating cost of health services, Dr. James Oshiro said Thursday. But it is difficult, if not possible, Lo determine how much money could have been saved il Albertans, having lo pay for physicians' fees them- selves, did not sec doctors as oILen as they do now, he told a luncheon meeting of the South- ern Alberta Council on Public Affairs. The Coaldale general practi- tioner, who is president of tho Alberta Medical Association and chancellor of the Univer- sity of Lethbridge, ivas address- ing about 70 persons, the largest turnout so far at the weekly meeting at Sven Erick- sen's Family Restaurant. Answering a question, DP. Oshiro said if the definition of health of the World Health Or- ganization complete physical and social well-being were accepted in its entirety, "none of us here is healthy." 'We spend about eight per cent of our Gross Nationa Products in health care, the highest percentage in the world and twice as much as the Uni ted he said. But that doesn't make Cana riians Ihe healthiest people in the world, because health care has no limitations and the pub- lic has lo decide what it wants and what it can afford, Dr Oshiro said. The cost of health services in Alberta has been escalating a Ihe rate of 12 per cent a year anil the medical profession is concerned about it. But Dr. Oshiro said the pro fession has been "unfairly ac cused" of being responsible fo it, whereas in his opinion onlj a political decision can cu down the number of hospita beds, which account for a sub- slantial part of the total liealtl care cosls. Physicians prescribe drug on brand names because thej have to make sure of what the) are getting, Dr. Oshiro said, Acupuncture an unknown PHARMACY FACTS FROM O. C. STUBBS When using an antibiotic pre- scription that seems lo have cured the condition for which it was prescribed before all of tho prescription has been i used up. Is tltcre I a n y reason to flake oil of the I rest of Ihe prc- I scription? 3 Yes do be cer- 1 tain to lake all of J a n y antibiotic J medication your doctor has prescribed for you. Why? Because there is good reason lo believe that resis- tance developed by bacleria lo once-potent antibiotics con be attributed (o the fact I hat many people slop taking all of their medication before the infection has been cllhcr complelely cur- ed or at least controlled. This is why you arc told to take all of your prescription. Your doc- tor prescribes the antibiotic In the amount he knows will be necessary for Ihe best possible results. So why short-change yourself by taking only a part of the antibiotic your doctor says will be necessary? When you bring your pre- scription lo us IKTC at 1506 Mh Avc. S. (Slubb's Pharmacy, of you can always be sure you'll have a comfortable place to sit while you're waiting. Open daily B.-.TO a.m. la p.m. Sundays and Holidays 12 noon to 3: do p.m. On acupuncture, he said Ca- nadian doctors do not know too much about the ancient Clii- nesc art of needle therapy. As far as licensing is con- cerned, Dr. Jolui McCulcheon, Lethbridge's representative to the council of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Al- berta, who was at the meeting, said only acupuncturists who are MDs could practise in Al- berta. One doctor in the audience remarked that half of his pa- tients went to sec lu'in because of anxiety rather than illness. In his speech, Dr. Oshiro gave a quick rundown on the organization of the AMA and the College of Physicians and Surgeons. He said discussions are under way to include lay public representatives on tho College council and said, in an- swering to a question lalcr, (bat the government will hav lo decide who should be ap pointed as the lay rcpresenta lives. One issue of concern to college is the medical educatio at the province's universities He said students now go int specialties apparently too earl without adequate knowledge r general medicine, and the Co Icge, as the licensing body, ma have lo licence them narrowl in their specialties. Dr. Oshiro said continuin education for doctors is ready an ongoing tiling and th AMA "will be the first lo g into formal continuing cduca lion" as u condition for can tinned liccnsure. IL may lak three to five years, Iiov ever, to develop methods o assessment of a physician' competence to remain in prac itice, he said, We are pleased to offer the entire family an enjoyable and delicious With choico of if Roost Turkey if Baked Ham if Prime Rib of Beef and OTHER POPULAR DISHES Wiln All The Trimming] SERVED FROM 12 NOON TO 10 P.M. For Reservalioni Pleaje Phono 328-7756 SUNDAY and MONDAY N THE OLD THADTTTON OF WESTERN HOSPITAUTT 1ITTLE BOY LOST Two-yeor-old Ernie spcnl on hour and a half al Ihe cily police slallon Thursday aflernoon for somebody to claim him after being picked up alone in a cily playground. From Ihe allenlion he receiv- ed from slalion secretaries, it was obvious any of ihem would have been happy to lake him home. Above, Ernie carries on a conversalion wilh ConsV. J. H. Nixey. Ernie's mom discovered him afler phoning Ihe slalion lo report him missing. Police did not release Ernie's last name. Elwocd Ferguson Pholo Harpists offered interesting evening By PAT ORCHARD I must confess that Irefore hearing this concert one would never have dreamed there could be such aji interesting repertoire (or harp ensemble. [t is an instrument about which most people know very little and Thursday's concert was a revelation. The evening started with a performance of Handel's Harp Concerto in D Flat Major. This was vary authorativcly ployed vf the group and should have converted any doubter about the idea of a concerto for harp. The opening andnnlc was rie- lightful beyond all expecta- tions. Tire girls never resorted lo sweeps up and down the in- strument for lack OL" anything else to say, but rather stated thei: material and developed il in good solid chords or with just melodic line. At limes the playing St. Michael's needs million The advisory board of St. Michael's General Hospital rat- ified Thursday iiight its finance committee's proposed budget for 19T3, which had already been sent to Edmonton lo meet the Sept. 30 deadline. The proposed budget amounts to million, compared will] S31 million budgeted lor this year. Sister Mary Clarissa, hos- pital administrator, said the in- crease is largely due lo higher salaries and wages anticipated. Expenses lor clinical experi- ence for nursing students of the Lethbridge Community College will be paid for by Ihe hospital but the Albcrla Hospital Ser- Commission will rcinv burse it, the board was told. Earlier, Ihe beard looked into the possibility o[ having such expenses paid or shared by the education department, but Dr. J. E. Bradley, who visited Lelhbridgc last month, acJvised to the conlrary. RELIEVES GAS PAINS Nifo clcon cor 1970 TOYOTA (t 1 COO 1969 EPIC Iransmiisfon. Only Vi TON CAMPERETTE RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. 3rd and 14lh Si. S. Sales 358-4539 Car Lot 328-4356 ly works were performed on the most challenging plane. The next hree songs group Included by Tiber Serly, Janos Kiss anil Kan Isii. Tliese pieces were brilliantly scored solely for tills ensemble. They exploited the instrument more fully than did Ihe rest of quiet, secretive, almost gnoslly, with the contrasts Iwlween the numbers. Indeed the tex- was i lure of the music was unfail- ingly varied and allraclive hut the faster runs were not quite o r t i s s i ni o and pianissimo made quite stark. In the I felt the players' T would be able to phrase so j IJTlSUtlOJUSt much more fluently at a frac- [Serially faster tempo, hut the ad raatVeUoUS immaculalc, nor allogethei consistent. The last consisted o three songs by Japanese com posers. They were cool, refresh ing pieces, not memorable perhaps, but al Iraclive ard well wrought. On did begin to Iccl the same hai monic and rhythmic devices were being permutated ove and over aflain but there This was music of cliarm, ele- gance anil distinctive char- acter. The whole concerto was played with considerable sub- stance. The second number was The Allegro from Mozarts' flute and harp concerlo. I am afraid on a technical level it was rather disappoint- ing. The fluLe and harp contrast very well but without this com- bination the music Ijecomes two dimensional, lacking in con- trast. The opening was assault- ed with an excess of energy, while the rest of the perform- ance was too repetitious. Conductor Tsuloimi "Mimura could have omilttcd some of the repeats and been more ex- ploratory in terms cf fine nuances and more assertive in some places. The girls did show some musiciarily and in- teresting ideas in their dclail, but less than the ideal panache. The highlight of the evening was two small compositions by Michio Miyagi: Sakura Va- riations, and The Sea in Spring- time. These works displayed an admirable exponent of the jnisly and (lie mystical. The music was cogently ar- gued and nol mere glissnmlo! waffle so peculiar to modern music for Ihe harp. There wero flighls of invention verging on fantasy, several ornamental rcvcla lions and beautiiully clear pizzicntto. Intellectual- great musicianship in its pn sentalion. Tlic evening concluded wit a rather gimmicky version Annie Laurie, She'll Be Comin ?d to of fame Hinder, formerly ot Lethbridge, has been named, posthumously to Ihe Alberta Agricultural Hall of Fame. Mr. Saunder was called Mr. Irrigation lor liis years of work and study of the subject in southern Alberta- He died lasL year. He began his career with ihe Murder leariiig continues A preliminary hearing Thurs- ay was told of a fracas that ed to the fatal shooting o f ack Stanley Sollys, 20, last pring. Judge A. II. Klford was told 1 a fight and shooting about 1 ,m. April 15 at the home of ohn David Baird, 25, and the ealh from wounds suffered in he shooting two months later if Soltys. Baird has been charged with he non-capital murder of Sol- tys. The preliminary hearing Is to continue Tuesday at 2 p.m. in court, William Krawczyk, a resident it the rented home of Baird in April, told the inquiry that Sol- ys and others arrived uninvit- ed at Daird's home the nighl of April 14. Baird asked them to eave, said Mr. Krawczyk, the guests laughed. Mr. Krawczyk said he saw Baird and friend get shotguns and from, the kit- chen door order the Soltys party to leave. "Then the fight was said Mr. Krawczyk, The witness said he heard one shot fired, but was Irighten- ed and (led without seeing who did the shooting. Hichard Burrows, who had arrived with Ihe Soltys group, said he left when ordered out iiy Baird but when he got to his car, he heard a shot and saw Soltys stagger in the door- way and fall. Soltys got up and'limped out lo the car, got in and instruct- ed Mr. Burrows to drive him to the hospital. In earlier testimony, Dr. D. G. Roy said Mr. Soltys died of gangrene poisoning which re- sulted from a wound in the ab- domen. On June 3 while out of hos- pital, Soltys had testified at a preliminary hearing b e fore Judge Lloyd Hudson which found that there was not enough evidence to put ?.Ir. Baird on trial for attempted murder. However, alter Soltys died, police again charged Baird, this time with non-capital mur- der. hall of fame old federal department of Ihe interior in Ilcgina, where be lie- came convinced of the need for accurate long-term records of stream flows. He Lhen instituted Ihe first regular scientific hy- ciromefric surveys in southern Albcrla and Saskatchewan. He joined the staff of t h e Lethbriiige irrigation dislrict in 1320 and was named in 1525. In 1MO he became dir- ector of water resovirces for the provincial government. In 19H he left government sen-ice lo become district man- ager of the Western Irrigation Dislrict al Strathmore and played a major role in develop- ing (lie St. Mary Tlirer and Milk River irrigation projects. LMO Mountain ami uooa N'ight Ladies. This type of Iocs nol lend il.self too kindly n the The encore an ingenious arrangement of Home ELECTRIC lome. This number was beau-iful, spontaneous and very fctively played. Rearing in mind that jroup of girls ranged in rom 10 lo 25 years, they Endicale when unit II showed remarkable onrf when ready. Com- maturity and insight. Last night's performance allowed us to become wilh case, IB Tangle free rollers (3 sizei) and cord sel. Switch on lid. Ivory and black in color. music in by no means versions. The Allied Arts Council Is 1 x; commended for ils prising choice of Housewares 327-5767 PLUMBING SERVICE I S NEW INSTALLATIONS PHONE ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Bldg. 222 5lh St. 3. PhonB 378-4095 AUCTION SALE -OF- COLLECTORS AND DECORATOR ITEMS MONDAY, OCTOBER 16th Af p.m. AT- HURLBURT AUCTION WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-4705 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION OR CATALOGUE CONTACT HURIBURTS NEW FROM WILD WOOLEYS A LOVELY NEW Plain Toe Pump r Ihe leen and ladies loo. 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