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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Augu.t 25, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALO 13 Alcohol treatment facilities less; booze more available CALCAUY (Cl'J-Uriuor of Ihc Saskatchewan hccoitic more available lo on Alcoholism. pf.olc Inil filt'ohd! Anonymous has facilities haven't grown in what it can since 1985, liut portion, says Saul Cohen, A only since 19-111 that the tales of LAGOS, Nigeria (AIM trader, Alhaji Bohari, says wave i.-f running six sfiops in [i-om and left behind prop- I.EKos wit'i laics of worth more than imprisonment, slar-valinn ant] were neither told of the offences we committed nor A 27 Nii'.c.'ians we told why we were mostly traders Ihcir arrived more cxpeded at Logos' Ikcja airport Others tri'.'klcci iti'o tlio Nigerian capital (lurini! the last More than SIM he declared. Forei.qt: diplomats here familiar with conditions in Zaire say foreign Iranessmcii probably arc buinr> expelled ns scapegoats for the government's economic woes, including unem- hL-iidreds of other West Africans were deported from and inflation. former Ficil'Man colony hist in was nffiadlv sairl to a crackdown on illegal own parly (Icnls and (CP1 Three The latest say they j momhars of the Waffle mng were thrown out aflc'- roblcm lies in the fact they KIVC Tailed to accept alcohol- sm as a disease. And so has he He told a seminar on alco- iol and drug abuse here lhat alcoholism is still North Amer- ica's worst drug problem, "There's been such a trem- endous focus on other drug problems that we seem to have ost sight of alcohol. Yet more. MiMi HO per cent of our society drinks ;md make no mistake about it, it's our No, druj, problem. "Kven our young people who were experimenting with other drugs seern to have come back to alcohol they've gone In- complete circle and like th m a j ori ty arc i isi ng alcohol a their chief social lubricmit." lie said that while a putien will tliynk his doctor for diag nosing diabetes, he'll get ma if told his illness is alcoholism it has to come down to is a treatment program bar eel on (he same concept th kids have used in treating olhc drug problems the stree clinic approach based on th people helping people prin ciple. "Where that principle shoul slay is with the alcoholic's fam ily. In fact, it's probably th only way he can be reached. Another area which needs U] dating, he said, is in the ficl oE education. "We must develop a whol new concept in education if we're going to lick alcoholism. We've got to make people aware of the dangers of drink- ing." NICW UNEMPLOYMENT CHAIRMAN fiuy Cousin- cjtu. "f OUawn, former itqnilv secretary of the trea- sury biianl policy branch, has lirun appointed chairman of (he UneinploymcnL Insurance Commission. ar meat market has advantages CANADA NO. 1 WHITE DUI.UTir NEEDS HELP DULUTil, Minn. (AP) Damage from Sunday's heavy rains and flooding in this Superior port city and the sur- rounding area i.s expected to reach million, a federal offi- cial said Tuesday. T. A. Van- gen, deputy regional director of the U.S. office of emergency preparedness, said he believes there is a good chance the sec- tion will qualify for a federal disaster-area designation. GUELP1I, Ont- fCP) A University of Alberta research team says in a report there are advantages to marketing meat from boars and that consumers would find the product accept- able. The paper, presented here to the 18th annual meeting of the meat research workers at the University of Guelph, says re- :nl studies bave demonstrated that the boar, a male pig, is superior to the bog, a castrated in growth rate, feed con- version and lean meat content. The research team of L. H. Tucker, G. M. Weiss, C. G. Stinson and A. II. Martin says (he use of hoars for meat pro- duction has less accept- able Ilian other animals be- cause of flavor compounds in the boar fat. Boar meat was given to 542 consumers in Alberta along with meat from bogs and pigs. The paper M per cent of the consumers had no prefer- ence and JO tier cent preferred the boar meat. Get together with the cool Mght taste ofOldMenna It's the happy lazylagerbeer PREMIUM LAGER BEER by OKeefe O'KEU L rmtWING COMPANY LIMITCCX. Corn on Cob ALBERTA NO. 1 GRADE SNOW STAR A flavours to choose from ESKIMO PIE BRAND, Frozen, 5 flavours Pkg. of 6-3 fl. oz, BEL AIR FROZEN 5 flavours 14-oz. net wl. size SAFEWAY Canadian Cheddar, Random Cuts LESS ZIPPY MIXED 48 fl- oz. jar OLD DUTCH oz. pkg. STOCK-UP ON LIGHT BULBS FOR FALL EVENINGS 15, 25, 40, 60, 100 watt Pkg. of 2 SUPER SAVER, DISCOUNT rai'cfe SAFEWAY AU PURPOSE 1-lb. pkg. BREAKFAST CEM5 CANADA GRADE LARGE SIZE Dozen NEAPPLE DOIE SLICED 14 fl, oz. tin McLING, WHOLE OR SLICED g 0 10 fl. oz. tin R EMPRESS HOMO OR CHUNK STYLE 48-oz. tin FULL CUT ROUND STEAK or STANDING RIB ROAST or RUMP ROAST All Culs, Canada Choice Canada Good Beef ib. MANOR HOUSE FROZEN, WHOLE CANADA GRADE M Ib. A HAMS SWIFT'S, LAZY MAPLE skinned, whole, ho If or quarter PRICES EFFECTIVE IN IETHBRIDGE AUGUST 25 26. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES SAFEWAY CANADA SAFE ;