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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Montana training Indians in alcoholism treatment CALGARY Alcohol- ism has reached epidemic pro- portions in the native popula- tion and the key to the solution rf the problem is making In- dians more aware of their own says an American In- dian alcoholism specialist. Mark Small of director of the Montana Indian Itommission on alcoholism and irug was addressing a seminar at the University of Calgary. major focus of the effort n the United States is that we low have 500 Indian people rained in alcoholism treat- nent we have a state- wide plan that addresses alco- lolism and drug abuse as one iroblem. Our counsellors now I vork 40 per cent in alcoholism. I ifl per cent in 10 per n suicide and 10 per cent in ehabilitation counselling. the dominant white so- alcoholism affects five cent of the population. In ndian it affects al- nost 10 per cent of the popu- ation. movement of Indian con- ciousness humility and simplicity that is the key to Indian alcoholism. Indian needs self- awareness so he can deal with society as it is now not In- dian-ness in the senj2 of going back to buffalo hunting that would just confuse him more than ever. But make him proud that be is an Mr. Small said he felt Cana- dian Indians are further along that route than American In- dians and the two groups must continue to share their plans and progress. FRAME STYLES FROM AROUND-THE- WORLD Bear hunting ban proposed BAKER N.W.T. A ban on polar bear hunting by non-native peoples was rec- mended at the annual meeting of Inuit Tapirisat of Canada which ended Thursday in this isolated northern settlement. the National Eskimos approved a resolu- tion saying polar bear hunting is an important part of Eskimo tradition and identity and should not be sacrificed for economic benefit. Virtually all of the 500 to 600 polar bears shot annually are killed by Eskimos. under a law passed by the Northwest Territories a small numiber there were 20 last are killed each year by outside hunters. Veiner proposes Jews finance refugee plan Mayor Harry Veiner proposed Thursday that Jews across the world should finance the immi- gration to Canada and other countries of hundreds of thou- sands of Palestinian Arab ref- ugees. The who once pro- posed that the federal govern- ment open up a tract of land in Alberta ior settlemsnt by Jews who were being persecuted by Hitler in Nazi said financial aid for Arab immigration to various countries would help establish peace in the Middle East. would probably be neces- sary to spend about on each refugee in order to pro- vide each parson with enough money to get established in an- other the Jewish ma- yor said in an interview. some 500.000 refugees wer.s to receive that amount of the total bill would be in the neighborhood of 10 Mayor Veiner said that al- though this amount might ap- pear astronomical at first is by no means im- possible that such an amount could be raised by the world Jews with assistance from the government of Israel and per- haps from some other govern- He said Israel has a soecial responsibility and should be prepared to take in a substan- tial number of the refugees and to cover a substantial share of the over-all cost. The mayor said he would personally be prepared to make very substantial con- to such an undertak- ing. The refugees would be unlike- ly to cause any dangerous so- cial or economic problems in ths countries they settle he said. the biggest problem in starting the would be the almost fanati- cal hatred of many of the Arab politicians.'1 Not enough evidence found in 'plot' to kill Nixon NEW La. The investigation into an al- leged conspiracy to kill Presi- dent Nixon has failed to turn up enough evidence to make ar- a local source clow to the inquiry says. Investigators were unable to piece together enough evidence to prosecute the six black mili- tants being the source reported. The source said investigators will just the informa- tion they have acquired. He said those persons who are be- ing investigated will be regarded as persons of interest to law en- forcement just be watching The source said no arrests are in the offing. Pattern Sears CORRECTION In our od that appeared on Page 26 of Thursday's Herald the 2 SPEED 4 PROGRAM KENMORE WASHER at read that it had a lint filter. This was in error it does not have one. We regret any inconvenience caused. CDC extends offer OTTAWA I CP I Canada De- velopment Corp. ex- tended Thursday for another week it's offer to buy control of Texasgulf which has be- come embroiled in a U.S. court battle featuring arguments of Canadian versus. American na- tional interests. It was the government-owned CDC's third one-week extension of its bid to pay U.S. stock- holders million for 10 mil- lion shares of the Texas and New York corporation that has INVESTMENT LAND DOWN PAYMENT PER MONTH For ncps and pictures write Box Herald widespread mineral interests in the United States. Aus- tralia and Mexico. More than 60 per cent of Tex- asgulf income is from its silver mine near Ont. In one change in the latest ex- CDC said it con- fine its purchase to its original bid of 10 million if U.S. courts eventually permit the sale. CDC had said earlier it might buy more than the 10 million shares if more were offered. CDC said this week that at least 7 8 million shares had been of- fered to it so far. The stock offered to CDC was put into depositories pending the outcome of the lawsuit filed by Texasgulf managers and di- rectors to block the sale. Workers have day in court VANCOUVER Super- visors were manning B.C. Tel equipment again today while the company and the striking Federation of Telephone Work- ers argued their respective cases in the Supreme Court of British Columbia. About B.C. Tel employ- j ees walked off the job Thurs- day on instructions from the their follow- ing a dispute on overtime. I B.C Tel obtained an injunc- i i tion from Mr. Justice R. A.' Wootton pro hibiting effective until 11 o'clock to- and was seeking an in- junction today requiring the strikers to return to work. The federation planned to contest this application. Only workers in the Vancou- ver and Fraser Valley regions were off the job. No major dis- r'ltions of service were report- ed. Union officials said the walk- out had no connection with a strike that began this week against Okanagan Telephone Co.. a wholly-owned subsidiary of B.C. Tel. The Okanagan Telephone workers want -wage parity with B.C. Tel employees. Sears SATURDAY SPECIALS STARTS A.M. SUMMER WHITE SUMMER LIGHT JEWELLERY CLEARANCE bracelets. The ones you've wanted all summer long. Now they're reduced to way below their regular price. So get smart and deck yourself out in your favorita prices while the savings last. Jewellery and 50 Bedspreads Double size. 10 only. Assorted Drapery Dept. Knit Slock Clearance Men's GWO Reg. Stripes and checks. Waist size 28 tq 40 green or brown. Men's Wear Ladies' Quilted Dusters S.M.L XI. Soft nylon tricot. Quilted with loce Ground collar and pocket. _.____________At Home Wear Dorsay Sleepweor Refl. 41 2 denier nylon. Long or short gowns and peignoirs in lafest styles and top fashion colors. Great as separates or mix and match for beautiful outfits. Baby Sayelle Wool Reg. 59c 3 ply 1 oz. Notions and Wool Ladies7 Quilted Robes S.M.L. XL. Down to the floor elegance in nylon quilt. But- ton front with 3 way tie. Belt. Machine wash-dry. _____ At Home Wear Thongs Reg. 39c and 49e women's and children's. Cross strap or toe style. Family Footwear Sockets Sets 32 Set 3 different leti to choose from each in sturdy metal Hardware Dept. Shephard Casters 3.91 Reg. to Choose from aiiorted and re- duced to clear. Hardware Dept. et Simpsons-Sears you get the ffnsst guarantee or money refunded and free delivery Sknpsons-Sofirs Ltd STORE Open daily from a.m. to p.m Thurs. and Fri. a.m. to p.m. Centre Village Mall 328-9231 The more taps the merrier- fashion's favorite teamwork Twin tops are quick to knit of sport yarn in an easy-to- remember pattern purl. Trim with vivid contrast colors. Pattern sizes 8-18 incl. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern cheque or money order. Add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling AUce care of Print plainly PATTERN ADDRESS. Totally New 1973 Needlecraft Catalogue crammed with crochet crafts. 150 designs. FREE directions. 75 cents. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 60 Progress Ave. Ont. MIT 4P7 Pattern Make a memorable entrance at parties in a glamorous caf- tan. Just 2 main parts sleeves and dress are aU Printed Pattern Half Sizes Sm. Med. Lge. Med. Size takes yards 45- inch fabric. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS in coins for each 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Print plainly STYLE NUMBER. Send order to ANNE care of THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD to Prognee Aye. Ont. MIT 4P7 Print plainly PATTERN NUM- YOUR NAME AND AD- aDdthe name of tbe 3 BIG REASONS for buying your 1 EMERSON'S WE GIVE YOU THE BEST POSSIBLE 2 ONLYI STOCK MO. 9426 AND 9431 LAURENTIAN 2-DOOR HARDTOP power steering and body side custom wheel block dual horns. Regular Retail YEAR-END YOUR CHOICE 2 WE GIVE YOU THE BEST POSSIBLE SERVICE STOCK NO. 9444 LAURENTIAN 2-DOOR HARDTOP power steering and body side remote wheel rear white walls block dual horns. Regular retail YEAR-END SALE PRICE STOCK NO. 9416 LAURENTIAN 2-DOOR HARDTOP automatic steering ond body lida custom wheel front and rear bumper two tone paint impoct block heater. 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