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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, Sepiemgcr 22, 19X0 THE IETHBHIDGE HERALD 5 ITV HIGHLIGHTS! TUESDAY MOVIE: Tlie Moail to Hong Kong, C p.m., Ch. 7: A 1961 Bing Crosby-Bob Hope pastiche of comedy and confusion. OPENER: Moil Squall, p.m., Ch. 13: First episode in tlie series' third season draws Pete (Michael Cole) into a romance with a girl suspected of being involved in a burg- lary. With Anjanelte Comer. INTERVIEW: Telescope, p.m., Ch. 7: An interview with Monsignor AUiol Murray founder of Saskatchewan's Notre Dame College and first man to scout hockey great Gordie Howe. COMEDY: Room 222, p.m., Cli. 13: Opener of the second season of this Emmy-winning series centres on eight students who start an underground press. With Lloyd Haynes. RETURN: Johnny Cash, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: The top country singer opens his second season with guests Arlo Guthrie and Liza Minnelli. PUBAFFAIRS: The Life Game 10 p.m., Ch. 7: Tuesday Night studies the "job crisis" of middle-aged Canadians who feel helpless and obsolete in the face of advancing technology. VARIETY: Barbara McNair, 10 p.m., Ch. 13: The U.S. singer hosts her first Canadian-made show, with guests sing- ers Brook Benlon, Canadian Mary Lou Collins, the Cowsills and comedian Dick Shawn. MOVIE: The French Line, p.m., Ch. 7: A rich beauty jilted by her fiance, travels to Paris incognito on a luxury liner. Stars Jane Russell. WEDNESDAY MOVIE: Agent for H.A.R.M., 1 p.m., Ch. 13: Mark Rich- man stars in science-fiction thriller about a creeping blob. LISTINGS frogromi an liilld by thi end tf Uvition ildlionl. Any verieJien program lAfldulM k pensers are in wide use, one be hired to travel from camp- ground to campground to check for permits. COST OF ILLNESS TORONTO (CP) The On- tario Hospital Services Commis- sion recently announced that a bed in a Toronto hospital today can cost almost three times as much as it did five years ago. A bed can cost as much as a day compared to for the same'bed in 1965. Hospital Deaths Could Have Been Prevented JASPER (CP) At least 26 leaths in Alberta hospitals last possibly could have been irevented, a committee report o the Alberta Medical Assotia- ion said here. Delegates to the association's nnual convention were told iat of 356 case histories on naest h e t i c and operative eaths studied last year, 26 ould have been prevented. The deaths occurred either uring an operation or directly fter. "The complications occurring, iat might have been prevented certain cases, were most ommonly associated with in- dequate blood the report aid. "This frequently occurred in le immediate post operative neriod and either went appar- ntly unrecognized for periods f time or was not treated vig- rously." The committee said it was ot implying blame hut sug- gested that a physician shoulc be rapidly available to give pa- tient care during the immedi- ate post operative period for major surgical cases. .Of the 356 deaths studied, were classed as inevitable and 242 were considered fortuitous because established medical techniques were not effective the recovery. Nine deaths could not be classified because of insufficient or inade q u a t e notes, the report said. The committee suggested that if a case history review shows the death to be "possibly pre- the physician involved should be informed. If the committee then confirms that the death was possibly pre- ventable, dates of refresher courses and printed matter relevant to the case should be sent to the physician. The incidence of possibly pre- ventable deaths had remained >etween five and nine per cent of the cases studied for the past six years, the report said. WANTED DANCE BAND for New Year's Eve Call LETHBRIDGE MINER'S LIBRARY at 327-2698 before p.m. Ask far CHARLIE FABULOUS TONY WHITE TRIO COtUMBiA RECORDING ARTISTS Playing At The YORK HOTEL One Week September 21 Thru 26 SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE ONLY GAME IN TOWN" in color starring Elizabeth Taylor and Warren Beatty. Tuesday and Wednesday, Sep- tember 22 and 23. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE.STERILE CUCKOO" in color starring Lisa Minelli and William Burton. Tuesday and Wednesday, September 22 and 23. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable for children. MILK RIVER Suntond Theatre "HARD CONTRACT" in color starring James Coburn, Lee Remick and Lili Palmer. Tuesday and Wednesday, Sep- tember 22 and 23. Tuesday show att p.m. Adult Not Suitable for Children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "BAREFOOT IN THE PARK" in Technicolor starring Rob- ert Redford, Jane Fonda and Charles Boyer. Tuesday, September 22. Show at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatro "CANDY" in color .starring Aulin, Marlon Brando, Richard Burton and Ringo Starr. Tuesday and Wednesday, September 22 and 23. Tuesday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. Increased admission. Get more out of lifo Tnki the family to a Stage Shows Seek More Customers NEW YORK (AP) The cur tain will go up an hour earliei at Broadway stage shows begin ning Jan. 4 in ;ui attempt to at tract more customers. Richarc Bnrr, president of the League o New York Theatres, said Mon day the decision was made be cause it was thought a p.m. curtain would draw more play goers by reducing the time be tween the end of the business day and the start of perform- ances. MIAMI, Fla. (AP) James Morrison, lead singer of The Doors, was convicted here of indecent exposure and profanity during a 1969 performance he- fore a large audience of teen- agers. A jury returned the verdict against the self proclaimed "king of orgasmic rock" after a 16-day trial. Maximum sentence is eight months in jail and a fine. M o r r i s o n was released on bail until sentencing Oct. 23. Gates Open at 7 p.m. Show at p.m NEW YORK (AP) Author- playwright Leroi Jones and seven other persons have been elected to membership in the Slack Academy of Arts and Let- ers. Their election to the academy, brmed in New York in ras announced here at a ban- quet that ended the group's irst annual meeting. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Theatre Rented White Heather PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Short Subjects "Boys in the Band" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Losers" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Horror Program" One Complete Show PHILIPS COLOR TV JACK'S 302 13th St. N. ENDS TONIGHT 3-Horror Shows-3 "Blood of Dracufa's Castle" "Corruption" "Mad Room" Gates Open 7 p.m. Show at p.m. STARTS TOMORROW illillllS -CLINT EASTWOOD STYLE ADULT ADULT TONIGHT and WED. IT'S THE "DIRTY The Array handed them guns and a license to kilj! RESTRICTED ADULT at p.m. Produced and Released by FANFARE FILM PRODUCTIONS. Inc. .GtNCmf! I Spend marvelous evening with eight of trie boys. RESTRICTED ADULT Tfil language in this Film may oH.n.ivi lo .om. p.opl. Th. Manas.r THE MOST DANGEROUS LOVE-GAME EVEi The first one out is in...4Jfe the last one out is dead! Joseph Etevine presents An to Embassy Film Alain Homy Delon Schneider RESTRICTED ADULT Matinee p.m. Eve. p.m, PaneBiitm' Paul Crauchet Screenplay by Jean-Claude Carriere and Jacques toy Music by Michel Lcrjrand Produced by Girard Boyimt Directed by Prints by Movielab An Avco Embassy release in COLOR l Paramount Rented Tonite for White Heather Concert ;