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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, 1972 THE IFTHMIDOI HWJUB 17 Medical methods open up new field OTTAWA (CP) New tech- niques of extra corporeal circu- the blood can be pumped and oxygenated outside the heart and lungs systems of the opened "a whole new field" in medicine and may save patients wilh Bhort-lerm, reversible liver and lung diseases. Dr. John Callaghan, an Ed- monton heart surgeon and ex- pert in heart-lung machines, described an operation carried out last of its kind in which these per- fusion techniques used to treat a woman with complete liver failure. Dr. Callaghan, speaking at meeting of technicians who work with perfusion machines in hospitals, said the woman was being poisoned by her own blood but doctors believed she could be kept alive if her blood was exchanged for new, non toxic blood. "We used three oxygenalors the first time this had been done in the he said. Although the patient only lived four weeks following th procedure, dying of anothe liver failure, Dr. Callaglia said the procedure "offers won derful new possibilities fo treatment" for previously un treatable conditions. "We did prove it was possiu to do it. demonstrated th expanding role perfusion tec niques can have in other, newc fields." In an interview later, D Callaghan said the complete e change of blood might be in conditions such as seve hepatitis or where there h been poisoning, causing shor terra fiver failure. As well, newer techniques now being developed in heart- lung support outside Ihe body mean that adults with severe lung conditions, which now lead to death, could be kept alive on the machines while their lungs e given a chance to respond treatment. "We know It's possible to eep someone alive on these achines for about five re said. Dr. Callaghan predicted that, vith these new techniques, "we are developing a new tech- ology that is life-saving." During his address to about 25 members of the Canadian ociety for Extracorporeal Cir- ulation Technicians (CAN- he also described hoy, ew developments now appliec y these technicians have Joan Waterfield E NTERTAINMENT tYE E IETHMHDGE MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION 1972 73 SEASON PLAYER REGISTRATIONS ert Hvndcrton 9, 9 o.m. to 9 p.m. and Dolly 6 to 9 p.m. ONI P1AYEK FAMILY OF 2 FAMILY OF 1 OR MORI .__.jig his place. For him was reserved that ingular accolade o! identifica- ion by surname only given to a ew to Garbo, Bogart, Hep- >um. He was Gablp. At fourteen William ilowed some remarkable oper- tions to bo conducted. the King! There was 1 Gable, and only Gable would include over 80 Clark the s c r e e n with Vivien Leigh an Ideal prelufc to the official the gallant, selfish Scarlett, opening of the university. More Leslie Howard as Ashley details in this corner next week. Wilkes and Olivia de Havilland as the gentle Melanie. But of Children's Theatre: The all no actor and role were so course offered by the drama perfectly wedded as Clark Ga- department of the U of L is a blB and Hhett Butler. perfect example of the umver- It was epic entretainment. sity reaching out to meet an ur- Ten Academy awards went to gent need in the community, the Selznick production. In the Many involved in drama in the over 30 years since it has been schools are seconded to instrucl McDonnell's HAMBURGERS ARE 29" 2002 3rd AVE. S. OPERATION SUCCESSFUL He told of one patient tha vas successfully operated on using heart-lung perfusion tech niques. "No bookie would have lakei bets, but the patien walked out of hospital." In the opening address, Dr. D. D. GeUman, medical sys- .ems analyst for the federal lealth department warned that compromises may have to be reached between highly ex- pensive treatments which bene- fit only a few and general health programs that benefit the majority of the population. "It would obviously be foolish to expend all of society's health resources on a small number of very expensive programs such as open heart surgery, dialysis and heart, kidney and liver transplants, which might be of tremendous benefit to a small number of people while leaving [he health needs of the major- ity unmet." On the other hand, real ad- vances in medicine can't be ig- nored just because they are ex- pensive. "The way In which society will compromise between these two extremes is a matter of conscience and economics." Gable was a school At 19 he came out of the oil fields of Oklahoma to a acting job wilh a stock com- pany which folded, leaving him TCnltp Montana over 3D years since 11. i his p., jg-d t U S Xr-V-SSrS worth keeping to rack up the KB score of nits and misses. Finally as the world watched joy turned to trag- edy in Munich, just this com- ment: for this viewer an un- forgettable memory will be the f a c e of ABC's sports- c aster Jim McKay, a poignant picture of a man too destroyed for tears, too empty for hope. In the next 30 years he made shot down enroute to Lisbon 07 fiuns; .It Happened Ono Vivien Leigh, always ui f r ail health, died in London her I iicauu, London, ._.- storybook marriage with1 Lau- Independenf Order of Foresters SEPTEMBER FEST SATURDAY, SEPT. 9, 1972 at Roy Lacey Farm 4Vi miles north of Conldala Entertainment by "THE 2 P's" Fl.aie brlno own chain and This will lieW regard- let. "lather condition., it held In nn cuea. Night (1934) offered a disserta tion on the ethics of lutchhik-1 ing; Manhattan Melodrama rence O 11 v i e r long over; two (the same year) was viewed by days after completion of The Dilunger just before the Lady Misfits, Gable suffered a heart in Red fingered him; Mutiny on attack and on November 16, Bounty (1935) with Gable he died, a brilliant characterization As. Rhett Butler exits on the Fletcher Christian; in 1936 shocking (for 1939 Une iTwas San Francisco; in 1936 "Frankly Scarlett I to I give he shared the screen with Jean a damn" one still hopes he Harlow in her last movie Sara- return. This week at the drive. logaT 1938 brought a winner in in. Clark Gable does ]ust once Test'pilot with Myrna Loy and Spencer Tracy. It was Hollywood's golden era fated to crumble after the Second World War, but in those pre-war years the MGM lion purred contentedly. Gable was big box-office as Eddie, Mike, Blackie, Tip, Dan, Larry, Duke 1939. recommended course for those who love and are grateful for the spe- cial magic of movies he has never left! FESTIVAL: The Inter- national Festival at the Univer- sity of Lethbridge and a week- long opportunity to view the treasures and crafts of South- then came long opportunity to ern Alberta ethnic groups. The The world might be combed festival will conclude with a or a Scarlett O'Hara, but there Sunday concert-which will not was never any doubt that i only feature local dancers and L.I.P. program will continue 'COUNTRY REBELS" ALL THIS WEEK at MINERS MEMBERS AND GUESTS ONLY 733 13th STREET N. sown fliBtuni MOWS MOVIES YOU LIKE BEST CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "KIDNAPPED" In color. Starring Michael Caine, Trevor Howard and Jack Hawkins. Friday and Saturday, September 8 and 9. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "TUB GODFATHER" In color. Starring Marlon Brando, Friday September 8. One show only at p.m. Re- stricted Adult Special Saturday Matinee at p.m. "DAY OF THE EVIL CfUN" In color. Starring Glenn Ford. Saturday, September 9 only at p.m. Family. All Scats 50c. PINCHER CRfcEK Fox Theatre "THE GROUNDSTAE CONSPIRACY" In color. Star- ring George Pcppard, Michael Sarrazin and Christine Belforcl Friday and Saturday, September 8 and 9. Fri- day shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children Special Saturday Afternoon Matinee, Satur- day, Septemlwr 9 and p.m. "WICHITA" In Techni- color. Starring Joel McCrea. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "CHROME AND HOT LEATHER" In color. Starring Billy Smilh and Tony Young. Friday, September 8. Shows .at 7-00 and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. Special Saturday Afternoon Matinee, Saturday, September 9 at p.m. "MAGIC BOY" In color. All seats 60c. Family. ______ OTTAWA (CP1 The federal government announced Thurs- day that it intends to continue ts make-work Local Initiative 'rogram for another year, be- ginning Dec. 1. Pen escapee works as baker TORONTO (CP) Metropoli- tan Toronto police arrested a 24-year-old man Thursday who they say escaped from Millha- ven penitentiary near Kingston July 9. They said Peter Zivkovic, 24, working as a baker, was ar rested at gunpoint in his room ing house. He has been charged will being unlawfully at large am with four counts of possession of restricted weapons. Some of year's more vorthy projects, due to expire Sept. 30, will be given an exten- ion until then, but news re- eases from the manpower de- >arlment said that does not nean such projects will be automatically included in next fear's program. The department also an nounced that Lawrence E. Davies, 40, a native of Halifax, who has been with the depart- ment since 1966, has been ap- pointed national director L.I.P. The program, begun as temporary winter-works pro- gram last October, has been extended throughout the yea and has cost a total of abou million. The departmen said about temporary BRANDON (CP) A com- mission looking into allegations of racial discrimination and police harassment in Brandon recommends a comprehensive native migration system to as- sist native people wishing to settle in cities. The program, to be adminls tered by the Manitoba Indian Brotherhood and the Manitoba Metis Federation, would be funded by the provincial gov- ernment and coupled with an- other program of increased op- portunity in rural areas to re- djice the incentive to move into the cities. The report of the single-mem- ber inquiry commission by James Toal, former superin- tendent of the Winnipeg police department and now director of services for the Alcoholism Foundation of Manitoba, was released here by Attorney-Gcn- ral A. H. Mackling. While declaring no evidence roving police harassment was iven to the inquiry, the report there is a widespread feel- Today's Showtimes ARAMOUNT riday and Saturday hort Subjects Easy Rider" Last Complete Show aturday Special Matinee The Cat" One Complete Show >ARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects 'Up Pompeii" Last Complete Show COLLKGE CINEMA Friday Short Subjects "Hannie Caulder" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects 'Prime Cut" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Saturday "Gone With the One Complete Show KIDDIES' SATURDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE ON THE SCREEN "THE CAT" IN COLOR IN COLOR The extiting itory of a small boy and a mountain lion. One Complete Show S P.M. Box Office Opens p.m. ALL SEATS THIS SHOW ONLY 5Qf{ GftEEIU ACRES GATES OPEN P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. SEE IT BEFORE IT IS TAKEN OUT OF SERVICE. COMPLETE FEATURE AT P.M. ONLY TONIGHT and SATURDAY In new screen splendor. ..The most magnificent picture ever! GONE WITH THE WIND" Jgl mVIEN LEIGH [LESLIE HOWARD 1 OimdellAVILLAND "A LYRIC, TRAGIC SONG OF THE ROAD! AN HISTORIC -RICHARD SCHICKEL Llrt TAN DO COMfWY in JSttftLwi with PAYS ERT PRODUCTIONS promts PETER FONDA-DENNIS HOPPER JACK NICHOLSON COLOR ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PARAMOUNT TONIGHT and SAL 2 SHOWS DAILY AT AND P.M. ng among native people that uch a situation exists. It recommended establish- ment of a police academy In Manitoba to train law enforce- ment personnel including "a significant number" of native candidates, and that the edu- cation department work out a specialized program to help candidates for the academy upgrade their educational re- quirements. RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE LAST TIMES TONIGHT AT 7-fWl AND fl-15 P M The first lady gunfigMer. Raqud LUelcfi M V'lkuinie Cwiktef" FfflDS! ROMANS! CODNTRYMER! LEND ME YOUR WYES! RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT TONIGHT and AT AND P.M. jobs have been created through the projects approved. CUIB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13lh ST. N. 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