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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Low tonight 10; high Saturday 35. Herald LKTJ1BHIDGE, ALHERT.A, KKI1JAY, DKCK.MBER 29, 1972 PRICE NOT OVER 10 CE.YJ1 SECTIONS -24 PAGES Drug controls may be extended by government By .JKIT CAIUILTHERS Jk-raM Ottawa Bureau OTTA'.YA Stringent controls on the prescribing bv doctors of amphetamines tv.o 2rnphfctarnine-iike drugs that come into effect Jan. 1 may bo juit the beginning. A spokesman in federal Health Minister Marc La-'s said Tnursday the government is already consicic-riny similar controls for barbituates and tran- quilizr-r crijgs. tv.o other classes of drugs that many experts, th? Ix-Dain regarded as overused by Canadiazts and escribed by many doctors. The health department has already started moni- toring many drug--, in the broad amphetamine family that are no', covered unrk-r the strict new amphetamine controls. The gavernrr.tnt has if doctors merely sv.itch many their patients to other uncon- trolled such a: and diethylpropion, then the government move quickly to slap con- trols on theso As the its mines, drugs can be for iuch as controlling obeii'.y and stimulating cthletic norm an Meanwhile, the government is going ahead with its plans to restrict use of the controlled amphetamine drugs to spc-'jifir: in humans and types of treatments in animals. The disorders, Ijsted in the Canada Gazette today a part of to the Food and Drugs Act, are: narcolepsy, i.hicb features an uncontrollable to fsil s or hyperactivity in children; dr-esse: epilepsy: mental re- tsrdst'ojj. minimal brain hypV.rrL-ive or lov. b'vxi pres-ure states associated v.ith ii'l'jv.ed sorting m the year, are treatment, depression treatment, use to a'hli'.ic pertormance. arxj genera! me as i'Lrn'jIanr.-, by trying to stay awake. i-'i'j studies have no', used for ruch things in light of the ru.--.Her of tho patien: beccjmir.g addicted to i he In restricted to using to trta: of iho bear, and res- pira'ory To trc; r.-r. for th'--e .Jv. af'e. the dru? is first given lo a patic-n'-. tr.e td- ar.o patient; the name o: the the ts the Democratic caucus in the House to go on record agamst the bornblne and in favor of a p-tace treaty ixrtv.een the L'.S, North Vietnam the "Ol PREPARATIONS BE3IN FOP, FUNERAL cr r-ng crepe around er.fronce to Pori'crverr in in prepar- i f' -r- m 5tate of farmer PM. xirson ivill be buried surroundings see if there any v-'sy ol getting more in a he said. "II l-s possible, we will have to live vrith we got.'' The university requested more than it received. Dr. Beckel said abvjt of that was earmarked for gram year, the university S-i.7 million, Dr. Eeckel said the will mean a re alJgr.Tjtnt of priorities and thai "v.e vrLSl hsve to the eiff-c- use possible of on staff at tne present Toere v.ill be no lay- offs of faculty or staff but "iv.o o- faculty members will be lea at the end June. Dr. Beckel said h t v.ill it riec-esssry for the urJi'ersity to "re evaluate the whole operation to see how we can adapt to the Capital grant figures were announced. The U of L will receive for pletion of utilities site de- velopment for f urnh bin ss and equipm The uni versiiy received S2.1 million in capita j grants last year, after all? MANAGUA, Nicaragua much hf-'p from thri If tr.o arn (kJaycd in thf ill thC'1! ff.'C'l 0 1 -.u.t-.r nnH i ops ns man and diplomat in a country cemetery plot he oho--f: 30 years ago in tne Gt-Jrcsu lUIls north cf B u ri a! v. ill f i o-.v state 1 Ciirist CiiU'r.Ji Cathedral in OUav.a, a few blocks from Pfcrliamcrr.t Kill where he spent 10 years Liberal party -eader and fr.e as prime rriinisLer. Tne 75-ye ar-old N obel vinner, v.ho dic-d la'e V.'ecnss- day from cancer of the liver, will lie m .state Saturday in thi Hall of Hcr.or inside ire rr.iin entrance of the Centre en Parliament Hill. HJS coffin, orapxrd in the red IT; t pie lea f fl i s he ernbiem of Car.ade. b? by a military guord o: he nor. The funeral eiur lie a retired member of ic-r.1 v.r.o ?.tr. Pearson '.'ho cierl in the es7Jy and Mr. Robertion, fo-j." years ago, are general of tha United Nations, him as ''one of the great statesmen of our tirr.f.'r and said he would be remembered as ore of the figures in the formative the UN. storif-s and pic- lures on Pages 2, 12, 'Haven't you heard of planned CAIRO CCP' Four Black Sspiember Guerritlas, w h o the Is embassy in Bangkok for 19 hours and held six Israelis hostage, arrived here by air today vrith appar- ently none of their aims achieved, The guerrillas, accompanied ty Thai ministers and the Egyptian ambassador to eusrantee their safety, freed their Israeli dip- lomats snd two of their and surrendered their arms be- fore flvirig back to the Middle Tne plar.e. a DC-S of Thai In- made a re- fuelling stop at Karachi, Paki- stan, en route to Cairo, What sort of reception awaited them in the Egyptian capital was uncertain, but some Arab have slready called the operation in Bangkok a failure. "Total fiasco in swift Black September blri'.v in Bangkok.1' said this morning's headline in the French-language Beirut newsp s per Le Soir. while As- Ssfa. another Beirut nevrspcper, said "failure at Bangkok." NO CONCESSIONS Tne Israeli government made clear today th at it h ad n ot made any c-wicessions to obtain the release of the Israeli hos- Only Sl.llJ! [o go A helping handful Campaign closing soon; Later, the coffin! U I O y ire your for plot; in the rit-'ic: space. "They were beauty o; rccsilO'i ISo Herald New lifvilfi MI" i: Year's i. uiar wlilioruS v.iil reAurae d; y. Jan. 2. nf rhfj A'ls in f. sr.d Jan. -i. h'j r a.m. Sa'.unlr.y. I E-- rr.Lke i'! r.tod to cal! ths Hciping Hand pc: it. and hop 3 vj, ihe Korean flood i i ve 2' 2-car- of barity from the Uni- Committee io the wordcrful genftr- of iy.-ihbridge Herald -o come Saturday norr-in-! mail. It ail de- oj. trust us. trust trust t of the an Str- nail a ty UO-ACS of The Herald an 2ct-urale count of p r ,n y d r ri a t ed by thou- r HO-ASS 1 o' 1 r i v E rxi av is I. It jumped hy SflVyes- y with a wonder- f K m a rrl Miss S-Vr, all 'ilicy were writing re- ceipts at the co-jnltr. Ey ting time v-c received together. So we could do it irj !hc r.vo remaining pub ii shir, 2 davs cr A fine way to start 1973 the challenge of a no'.v year. Thanks W all the Cubs. Stouis, Guides and are responding. Many thanks to the New Kirn IJutterian Brethren of Msgrairi for a dandy gift. God on p ir i t ayfary's Ci'jb the CoaMalc Mer.nor.ire Church Your f-ift Korean fi'-oi v-yvv ;.cVy for a good lor.e '.vhh-'-. Or.e lar, called by the USC. supplie? to a Korean crJ" 1 :2 days. So you can unsl wonderful thing you've teenagers came tlvouph with II. 1 owecii ni gh' on a T; v c n ur liunt. rared io the O'JT r-cil wishes to the Spring Rockpor: and brethren for three lire Jt ail '0'or help. The campaign v.-ii! ba closed s-con. Send your ccr.ation. larre or -'o Helpins Lethh-idce Herald. 'For lisl of ste Page Seen and heard About town C'xm- Tom in bubble bath Chrlsirriss ing Jay cxajrjru'itJfjn afitr turning from where reported 5 v.- arms of cirU in tlirougb ;