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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 1OT4 THC LETHBRlDQE HERALD 47 On camera This is a photograph of a young man, gun in hand, taking money from cash drawers of a bank in the Montreal suburb of Mount Royal: The photo was in- troduced as evidence during the bail application of Denis Robert, charged in connection with the robbery of Castro regime has a heart HAVANA (AP) The Cuban revolution may be heavy-banded in some ways, but it does have its humanitarian aspects, the Havana Psychiatric Hospital is one of them. "Before the it was practically a death sentence to be sent to this, says Dr. Sidney Orret, the hospital's deputy director. "What we have now is proof that when you treat a patient as a human being he acts like a human being." The hospital, located in the outskirts of Havana, is spotless. Unlike psychiatric tospitals in most other Latin-American countries, where patients often are. left to their own devices, a full schedule of dai- ly activities awaits each patient at the Havana hospital. The day's activities are built around work, jsports and CITY OF LETHBRIDGE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS 1974 PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that Polling will take place for the Election of ALDERMAN (EIGHT VACANCIES) on Wednesday, the 16th day of October, 1974, from o'clock in the forenoon until o.'clock in the afternoon, at the following places: NORTH LETHBRIDGE Westminster School Rainbow Hall Senator Buchanan School Wilson Junior High School St Paul's School Winston Churchill High School SOUTH LETHBRIDGE Civic Centre Hamilton Junior High School Allan Watson School General Stewart School I Lakeview School Gilbert Paterson School Sea Cadet Ship Reetwood Bawden School St Patrick's School Assumption School Agnes Davidson School Hompa Buddhist Church WEST LETHBRIDGE Physical Education Building University of Lethbridge -AND At the same time, place and date above mentioned, Polling for Members of the following Boards: Public SchoolTrustMs Separate SchoolTrustMs (FfVO Y win take place, and that I will at City Hafl on Friday, the 18th day of October, 1974, at o'clock noon sum up the votes and declare the result of the Elections. GIVEN under my hand at Lethbridge this 2nd day of October, 1974. J.GERLA Returning Officer recreation. Patients tend vegetable and flower gardens, attend literacy classes, give each other haircuts, run track and perform together in choral groups. Dr. Orret has been at the hospital since 1946. "One; before the revolution, 87 patients died in a single he said. In all of last year, there were 73 deaths at the hospital, he said. The hospital is one demon- stration of the emphasis the Cuban revolution has placed on improved health care. Diarrhea, for. example, the second biggest killer in Cuba in the 1950s, has almost been eradicated. There are about doc- jtors in the same as in pre-revolutionary .days'; but there are only a handful of doctors in private practice and health care, like most other social services, is free. Although Castro's govern- ment has spent huge sums educating Cubans, both young and old, the literary diet is ex- ceedingly thin. Virtually the entire content of the two official new- spapers, Granma and Juven- tude Rebelde, is devoted to stressing the social goals and ideological views of the government. 'Cubans curious about the outside world can find little about it in book stores. In one downtown Havana shop, there were only about 100 titles available. Rubbermaid firm fined BRAMPTON, OnL (CP) Provincial Judge Gerry Young fined Rubbermaid (Canada) Ltd of Mississauga a total of under the federal Combines Investiga- tion Act The company which- manufactures rubber and plastic household items, pleaded guilty to six of 10 charges laid by the federal ministry of consumer and cor- porate affairs, including a charge of price fixing. Four charges were withdrawn. In the price fixing charge laid last April 23, a govern- ment representative testified that Rubbermain between 1967 and 1968 asked Army and Navy Department Stores Ltd., of Regina to sell its wares at prices specified by Rubber- maid. 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