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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta SOUTHftN AUERTA GOLFERS HAWAIIAN HOLIDAY end MM Waltrt, Pro. Dtporting Calgary Jan. 23 Return Ftb. 6, 1973 For bookings and further information contact: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 3213201 The letttbndge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Monday, December 13, 1972 PAGES 15-26 LfTHMIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD Lower Level 7th Street Shopping MolJ Alberts (403) CHAIRS Lethbridge has lighf By RICHARD BURKE "Herald Staff Writer Pollock, electrical engineering i assistant for the city says. 1 And is better light- ed than most other cities, Sid Local shops get grants is a nicer light." be explained.' Doing the job are 3.000 175-; i vatt street lights in the resi-; i dential areas and i i lights and on thej main streets. i I The mercury vapor lamps sit s i atop 30-foot poles and are turn- j ed on automatically by photo-1 electric relays set TO through- j out the city. "It takes about 10 i i zainuies to light the "whole Mr. Pollock said. The ferming-on process de-! oends on the amount of day-! i foot-caudles, j reaches a mini-] foot-candles, tbe'j "It took a'srhDe to figure out I the lights kept torning on j Two Lethbridge businesses will receive S3.100 is federal funds for on-the-job of two unemployed workers. Toe llarquis FIcwer Shop lights go on. Ltd.. 616 4tn Ave. S.. the automatic system a-arded SI.500 ar-d the North; introduced, a father Plaza Florist. 5X8 humorous problem arose. The as of the first 300 f control was placed beneath the Prairie region contracts for ths lamp and "jphen the lamp vras Trinfcer s 'Canada Cca-: turned on. enough light was DTO- tre trainings-lie-job program. duced to activate the control Last year in the Prairie prcv-. aM shut off the light again, bees and the Northwest Ter- ritories, 8.055 .EesnpLoyed work- ers were trained for zz. aver-: and shutting Mr. Pollock age cf 15 weeks each, at a total' said. federal cost of milKon. The solution was simple The Canada ilarporrer train- i the control was placed above j program is aim- the lamp, away from the light j ed' at simulating the economy exposure, j by creating jobs for uneinpsoy- j The mercury vapor lamps i ed workers, while at the same replaced the old incandescent j time providing tbem with an variety, which was much less; rv to learn nevr skiDs. j dependable, j ______1 eisplovers hired j City crew's were constant-j more than 42.000 'workers under i replacing light bulbs on the j 12.000 contracts at a cost of 530 j incandescent lamps, Mr. Pol- j jclSion to {be federal Covers- i ssd, j sent JSK year. Yflfe the mrcniy_ vapor lamps Under the current prosrrsm. i lasts about nve years, i 5loyers are reimbursed 75 Stricter drug control lauded by city doctor By JOE MA KeraW Staff Writer Federal regulations says. j Dr. Hugh Arnold, chairman i of the Alberta Medical Associa- j tioc's committee oa alcoholism and drug abuse, says, "The jAMA is pleased that doctors still retain the responsibility of j prescribing these drugs." I Dr. Arnold said the amount j cf legally prescribed smpheta- mines has already been drop- jping steadily in Canada, from 413 kilograms in 1555 to 203 last iyear. i Amphetamines are chemicsis that stimulate the central ner- I vous system. I j "The new regulations re-1 ?.rc. today. I suit in a further reduction in Amphetamines are already! affect patients, he said in tht controlled under the federal i case cf treatment of Food and Drug Act. Dr. Arnold'. control, abemate metaocs have said the new regulations call: to be chosen. medical pro- i. he said, be kept 7-Eleven stores petition council Staff salaries, a v.'ater fiuori-: ent's business rather than aHow- dation plebiscite and store hours pg it to _ remain open for 24- are on the agenda for the city council meeting that starts at 8 Tne ietter sa-T5 stores are restricted to less than L5QO STREETS OF THE LAKES Spring really didn't arrive curing the pssr week- j the of these he salary schedule for end, but a chinook certainly mode :t feel thct way. Many snow-pecked streets end dogged gutters combined with the winds to crecte water trcps, like the one shewn above, for icccl drivers. The wcter "traps become skating rinks overnight and eoosed severe! minor cuia accidents, city police reported. JlP ue Council is to consider a new workers in 1973. Sixteen ranges regulations. I City manager and other senior dthin three personnel are not included, days d issuing a prescription Aid, Steve Kotch has propos- in the short-term use Cless than ed a February public vote on 30 days) of amphetamines, file whether the city's waier supply reports with the of; should be fluoridated. cationai health and welfare. ortr.incial government in the case of long-term utill- i has announced it will square feet storage area and are licensed to sell coffee, sand- .wicires, cigarettes and soft i ''Twenty-five per cent of our i client's business is done be- tween the hours of 11 p.m. aprj i 7 a.m. and our client is under- istaadably concerned lest it be si the opportunity to do these hours 7_Eieven manager Class 4must survive Prevention is the key purpose for the recently-formed lang- For example, some children, 'Until then, we need local sup- distinguishing a Dr. Arnold said the ASIA po- silion oa amphetamines is sim- i Sar to that of the Canadian I Medical Association. i The C3-IA has fo-urxi that there cen I is hours a dav. icatioa of Sulbck's Auto, 312 Ave. S.. a senior citizeos wrong faH right off ....._ esslained, hare already 3PJece, P31 the class have onlv slight! One of the biggest problems- beived in resioa. i rT .I0r i problems hut they can become i facing the class is monev. i serious if nothing is done about: The school board couldn't e> i. rcfi Dtllbs j then. ford to finance the project so m be a real: parents and local community; i _iio by the time they; organizations provide the back-; has wrfeen council ezpressins __ B. --i. n concern Taat pressure is oemg to are no meoical indications f or iLate Golf Club, the 1973 Canada d jjetnonflge restrict ,riBter Gam bUQger nours of operate or our I Council received a letter from the Geographic Board of Ai- i i bsrta, in to a ouesion fram oe The purpose of the class is to People who use ampheta- head s group lUFF BUCK, Mtdtonic BLACK DENTAL MBHCAl DENTAL EL00. Lewer H40NE 327-2S22 itiops at PoUocki isaid, i In Calgary, the miaiminn' Ibulb power is 400 wstis, even; iin residential areas. i correct the disability, or teach i mines may develop a psychoto- the child to cope with it in' gical dependence on them, ac- order to get them into a norm-: cording to a pamphlet al classroom atmosphere as by the Alcoholism and Drug soon as possible. i Abuse Commission of _ Most cf" the children in the! pamphlet says bodv uto- i class are either five or six j of amphetamines increases I cnairman Henderson ajce was re !ed as an official name in 1966 and should appear on aH maps. Tae Conservative IIP for reach Grace 5." sne said, ions, pro- {also serve on caucus tees ana- GIFT SUGGESTIONS FOR CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS! SHZAFFBt PEN ond PENCIL SETS SKEAFFBt SETS (Good Assortment) BALI POINT PENS ATTACHE CASES A good selection of OFFICE CHAIRS end STACKING CHAIRS. MANUAL ond ELECTRIC PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS Mrs. Johansen said fee das for finsnciai" I Tne class also bows to children in the class do not teachers salarr is paid moving into a scfaoofclassroom i have a meatal handicap. They i bv the Alberta BehabilitSon early in January- They set up i sympnons may range i are of average imelEieice but! Council shop in the church conruiSKm I economic they have a" specific problem j '''Government Trhch could hinder normal come 7re can vahe cf the Irrigation course set AI.LA. executive Dr. j tee vvili be Walter Dirssdafe JRxjben: Clark, who said in dis- j (Braudon-Souris) and Flora: eases oaser th-gn hypersnesis MscPoasM (Kingston and fee j i and narcolepsy, be think i cf any coadiiions wnica i the use requre CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 319-7fh ST. SOUTH PHONE 327-4591 agricrjlturlst for the counties of; i Letl-bridge and Warner said i immigration, tee pnses ana opportunities or im-; the courses are aimed at im-1 courses are open only to per-) gatifln fann operation. j For Special Lady fannsrs for greater l production. j ricdiura saLof a-33 products rangin for ner tne gJrr she's drecrned C? FUR COAT fines: We wish to extend a Merry Christmas to ovr many wonder- ful friends ond custo- mers. ANNE BERGMAN THELMA CAIMAN I 604A-3AVE. S AKROYiyS PLUMBING, HEATING AND GASFITTING 24-HOUR SERVICE WORK 325-2106 from to per year, iern irrigated land totalling 100 to i 566 acres and Grade 6 educa-1 tion or better. Open to farmers between 211 and 54 years of age.tbe courses j I vrill offer insiructicfn five hours per day for 20 days. IBS courses vdE include rna- i Cete or tiiej agriciilturists in Soutfc- AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING Alcon Refrigeration Ltd. For the best buy m yecr round Comfort Phone 327-5816 ART DIETRICH DENTURE CilNIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 Srfi St S. 32S-4095 Bothered by Coldi? Dry Air? Install on AUTOMATIC FURNACE HUMIDIFIER And pyf motsfare yeop home. Model L40. Moce! Air 2 COO (fully outocnciit) Model Air 3 Call Hardware 327-5767 9.95 C1