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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 - THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD - Saturday, April 18, 1970- Professor Sees Little Harm In Marijuana By KEN POLE EDMONTON (CP) - The LeDain commission into the non-medical use of drugs was told Friday researchers should be encourage dto continue studying the effects of drugs without fear of intervention by police. House Prorogues FREDERICTON (CP) - The third session of the 46th New Brunswick legislature prorogued Thursday when Lt.-Gov. Wallace S. Bird gave royal assent to 37 public and 13 private bills. Art Hough, director of counselling at the University of Alberta, submitted a brief to the commission which outlined drug problems on campus. Although, he said, it "seems to be impossible" to get an accurate picture of drug use on campus, marijuana does not appear to interfere with academic performance. Prof. Hough said, however, the use of LSD, amphetamines and opiate drugs sugh as heroin have adverse physical and psychological effects on users. It was recommended that jurisdiction over marijuana be transferred to the Food and EAT 24 HOURS A DAY AND STILL LOSE WEIGHT More people lake it off and keep it off through WEIGHTr. WATCHERS. than any other method Here's your chance to join the largest and most successful weight control organization in the world No contracts to sign! WEIGHTr WATCHERS. MEETS EVERY TUESDAY 1 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Trujt only the original Weight Watchers (TM) to watch your weight. Hundreds of thousands have done it successfully. You can, tool REGISTRATION $3.00 MEN  WOMEN MEETING $2.00 TEENAGERS For Further Information Call 328-5832 Drug Act from the Narcotics Control Act, eliminating the damage a criminal record for marijuana use could do to the rest of a young user's life. Prof. Hough suspected that the percentage of students who progress from miarijuana to hard drugs such as heroin was small and admitted during a question period he thought a small cross-section of younger faculty members could be using marijuana, .�, , 'POT'-NOT COCKTAILS '.v.-:..,.'.' In California, he said, there have been reports of many professional groups-including doc-tor.s and lawyersrT-throwing "pot parties" instead of cocktail parties. "" �'�  '> He was asked by a member of the commission how a student counsellor or a drug researcher should respond to police attempts to get information from his files. Psychologists, like medical doctors, he said, were subject to a code of ethics that prevent them from' revealing such information unless the subject is considered dangerous either to himself or to the public. Researchers also should be immune to police intervention. It was recommended that all educational institutions should provide more detailed information on drugs and that "restrictive laws" should be modified because of a seeming majority using drugs and flouting the law. World Balloon Champion Plans Flight Over Rockies ' LANCASTER, Ont. (CP) -Ray Munro, who recently crossed the Irish Sea in a balloon, plans to fly over the Rockies' iwhenever' Iong -range weather 'is favorable and "if .a Canadian city adopts the balloon." Mr. Munro, who holds world records in ballooning and was the first man to parachute over the North Pole, said in an interview here he wanted to fly over the Rockies "because it's the impossible flight." "The challenge is there, but the amount of knowledge that SAVE AON A TOP U OVER y iMOKES IM0KING A special educational course on smoking and health will be held if enough interested persons who generally desire to stop smoking send in the following coupon. There will be no charge. " "PLEASE FILL IN COUPON- CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY IETHBRIDGE DIVISION 409 CANADA TRUST BLDG. NAME ADDRESS ..................... PHONE Night you prefer to attend Date and place will depend on number of entries received during the next two weeks. can be' assimilated from such a flight far outweighs the danger's and the difficulties involved." Mr. Munro said he had always financed'his ventures himself and refused any kind of commercial sponsorship, but he added that he would welcome the backing of "a Canadian city." NEEDS CITY SUPPORT He said-the flight was beyond his financial means-it would cost about $5,000-and "if a Canadian city would like to adopt the balloon, I would be glad to let them sponsor the venture." The flight would leave Vancouver Island and cross to the mainland. From there the balloon would be transported to Hope, B.C., where it would begin its flight over the Rockies. "I would want no support from commercial or military airplanes on the way," Mr. Munro said. A helicopter piloted by Commander Jack Sloan of Ottawa would supply the hot-air balloon with fuel along the way. "It might be done in two stops or in 40 stops along the way," Mr. Munro said. "But if I do it, I will have done the impossible flight." Mr. Munro has worked as a reporter and photographer with Vancouver Sun, Vancouver Province, Toronto Star and Chatham, Ont., News. DUTCH WINDMILL STEINBACH, Man. (CP) -A Dutch windmill will be set up at the Mennonite Museum near here with the co-operation of the governments of Manitoba and the Netherlands. ENERSON'S of IETHBRIDGE Your PONTIAC-BUICK Dealer 4& CAR - TRUCK SALE AT THE EXHIBITION PAVILION OPEN SUNDAY 1:00 TO 6:00 P.M. ALL CARS CLEARLY PRICEDI INVENTORY SALE SHOP INDOORS OUT OF THE WIND, MUD AND SNOWI i A"l  FORDS I jC /  FIREBIRDS � ^ �  COMPACTS UNITS * CHRYSLERS  CHEVYS  T-BIRDS  BUICKS  OLDS  FOREIGNS  GMC TRUCK5  PONTIACS  FORDS PLUS LOW MILEAGE 1970 MODEL  TEMPESTS  PONTIACS  BUICKS  VAUXHALLS  CATALINAS  BONNYVILLES INSTANT APPRAISALS ON TRADES NO DOWN PAYMENT ON APPROVED CREDIT ON THE SPOT IAC FINANCING IMMEDIATE DELIVERY FIRST PAYMENT IN JULY mmm. "HI 9 i {'>\ F f| 4 This Merchandise On Sale Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Mprning pnly! .. Quantities Limited. We reserve the right to limit quantities. WAMP0LES VITAMIN C CHEVYABLE 100 mg. TABLETS 500 Orange flavoured tablets. Reg. Woolco Price 2.79. NOW 2.29 LADIES' SHIFT DRESSES Tex made. No iron fabrics-easy to care for. Choose from a good selection of floral and abstract designs. Sizes 40 to 44. Reg. Woolco Price 2.63. NOW 2.29 BLACK DIAMOND REMNANT HOSE LENGTHS W diameter. Factory prices during manufacturer's clearout. Minimum length 12 ft. Maximum length 23 ft. FOOT .10 LITTLE GIRLS' DRESSES Bonded Orlori and Crimpknlt fabrics. Good assortment of styles and new Spring colors. Sizes 3 to 6x. Reg. Woolco Price 4.48. NOW 3h95 LADIES' FULLY FASHIONED CARDIGANS Hand loomed 100% Acrylic. Fine gauge. Red, Mauve, Yellow, Turquoise, White. M f\mm s^ each 4.67 or 2 for S8 SHREDDED FOAM .88 1001 uses. 1-pound bag EACH 20-PIECE Dinnerware Sets Fine English ironstone. Service for 4. SET BOYS' Baseball Gloves 5 finger style. Available In left and right hand. Reg. Woolco Price 5.97 NOW PRACTICE GOLF BALLS Repeat of last year's sellout. 36 balls in a bucket, gt A m9 BUCKET I aQ I DECANTER SETS Wine, martini and liquor sets. Assorted styles and colors. Reg. Woolco Price 13.25 to 26.95 HALF PRICE 6.63.. 13.50 PEEK FREAN COOKIES 2-pound tin of assorted biscuits. Reg. Woolco Price 2.37. NOW JEWELLERY BOXES Ladies and Men's. Selection Include* some leather and wood styles. Reg. Woolco Price 3.97 to 39.95 HALF PRICE Jlti to $2 to S20 PICNIC PLATES 9" waterproof dinner plates. 32 per pack. Reg. Woolco Price .46 NOW 2 for .77 WHIPPER SNAPPERS So easy to use. It flips, flies and spins. EACH .99 GREAT SAVINGS MONDAY 11 a.m. SPECIAL ONE HOUR ONLY GIRL'S JEANS Selection includes Western style and flares. White, Brown or Blue denim. Sizes 7 to 14. Reg. Woolco Price 4.95 NOW 3.50 MONDAY 9 A.M. SPECIAL ONE HOUR ONLY MAYTIME STARTER SETS Just add water and sunlight. Choose from tomato, aster, marigold and many more. Reg. Woolco Price .57. 4 $1 Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m to'l p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m fnllene