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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LEIHES1DGE HERALD Friday. December 11, 1977 Coulee aglow An impressive sight a! any lime, the Univeriily of Lethbridge Jakes on an ad- ded and grace when ihe Thousands of lights on campus illuminale ihe grounds, and parking iols. fm mediately obove the main university academic-residence build- ing ii the physical edu- cation building. Beyond the physical education build- ing is ihe main perking lot, presented here as o light glow. The headquarters for campus security and maintenance crews is situ- ated at ihe extreme right near the curved line of lights. Rick Ervin photo THE BATTLE AGAINST RABIES skunks killed Native drunks 'would freeze' as uossioie carriers By JOE MA Herald Staff Wriler kalchewari. We in way. still think that I search Institute near bridge. Dr. Donvard charge of rabies diagnosis in However, Dr. Vance said the More than alcr.g British Columbia. Alberta. Sas- province is also leaking into the bor-' katcr.ewan. Yukon and North- bats, alter more bate carrying n province." Vance's views were shar- That ca.'yi, still considered a miracle, was a 6-year- be reported to under federal la Dr, Vance and Dr. advised residents that while contacted there is no cause for alarm, any suspected cases should be rabies in October 1970. Twenty Canadians have died reported immediately to gov- ed by Dr. Bill Dorward oi the of rabies since 1125, including j ernrnent veterinarians, federal Animal Diseases Re- i two or.e in 1931 ar.d If a person is bitten by an r.r.e in 1561. The September 1S70 animal suspected to have rabies, desth of the Saskatchewan boy i he sec-k medical atten- was the last on record. tion at once. Once rabies symp- Rabies, an infectious disease loirs have developtd, it is usu- affecting tbe centra! nervous aliy trxj late. system, has been loiwra since i Animal-, which have been af- hUtory was written. It affects Ly rabies in the past two animals In- years in A'berta include, bo- cluding man. skunk.-, bats ar.d dogs, Dr. Vance said although the battle has been successful, it v.iil be continued "until see evider.ce that it is no longer a threat to this province.1' Banker to address chamber and Tr.e vice president of the Bank of Montreal, John Ellis, will be the guest at the annual meeting of the Leth- bridge Chamber of Commerce Feb. Mr. Ellis, v.ho bom and educated in Montreal; j-j'ned the Bank in He in the Second World as an in- coyotes, cattle, cats, horses. Tr.e nearest place to Lflr bridse rabies has been i corifirrnc-fl in ariimal was S-aff, when 2 was affected by I the virus Jan. 18, 1972. Program p, ccent confirmed rahier 1 cases amr.-ng animals The control costing i 2 Edmonton Dec. 21. the province year, Biackie 20 sr.d consi-.ts of two segments, he a hst in Hat Oct. 10 said. i One the destruction of i skunks within V, miles of the By WARREN CARAGATA Herald Staff Writer Many native people in bridge who are mtoxicated are arrested for "their own pro- says Provincial Judge Lloyd W. Hudson. "Sorre people regard leniency bar in 1946. When he moved to an i-tfca'-on that they have Alberta, rx served as a roagis- made a' fool of the law, while trate in Edmrnton from 1953 yter wUl resp'.nd to it. i to 1955. He thc-n returned to I get all i private practise as a defense f-c information I can on a lawyer, and was again appoirit- backfound crim- i ed to the bar in Alberta in 1943. horns life, and at-! Provincial Judge Hudson ;'if they weren't, they'd freeze judge Hud-, said the rules which apply in j....i, sentencing can be reduced to r- that if the criminal, basics: rehabilitation of rpci'il a period when no the accused, Lee deterrent ef- 'jnf-aciions were com- that a sentence might have mtted "I usuallv treat tern as oa others trjniir.g commit- a good candidate for i Hr.g the same crane, and the ivA b-ause it stows he's de-; protection of tr.c public. i ,-T.i.el-.: making an effon." Ke said the relative prwnUea PrcrVdal Hudson said that "I 'tese depend on the na- re has been a magistrate "too ture of the offence. p.-o'.c-rtwi of the pubhc to death sitting in a he said in an interview. Provincial Judge Hudson said that many native people cornc- from the rese-ves. and when the beer parlor closes, they have no transportation borne. When a local person who is intoxicated is found by the pol- ice, the police cap. tell him to ;o home, he said. said it is the most common the carrvin? of a dency to increase the sentence. charge heard in his_cou-t. weapon. on a particular crime, if the in- If it s t.-ve first ir.tonca'.ion he cidente of that crirrifi la in- arrest, in a given montn for a to that province's person, that person LS neld over- night, given breakfast ar.d re- k-ased. If the same person ON A BINGE Provincial that if a person court has been binge." the r-airi app'jsnr.g in on a long i.s usually iaited, for his ov.n phvsr- csl good." Alcoholic" are treated in a dif- ferent fashion. They are re- manded over a period of twn to three weeks, on the condition crn'Albertans included, that they atte-nd AI- coholics Anonymous, or semin- ars run by the Albe-ta Alcohol- ism ar.d Drug Abuse Corrimis- sion. I( tricy don't, or refuse to re- spond to treatment. Provincial Judge Hudson says he them to jail with the recom- mendation that the South Albertans dabble in gold The metal that has symbol-, very few inquiries regarding el- ized wealth and assured luxury ther the kilo bar transactions at through the ages is still making the Toronto stock exchange or happy South- the new gold futures at the Win- nipeg grain exchange. A Lethbridge district ranch-' The bankers and securities er bought 500 ounces of gold a dealers emphasize that it is few years ago when it was against their professional ethics an ounce. At today's price of to a d v o c a t e either for or gold, his investment is against buying gold. "We will worth around tell them market didn't sell my gold when it and future hit an said the forecast." one clit-fi banker said. On the bench Lloyd Hudsc-n specializes in the treatment of alcoholism. "In many cases treatment in FielmoTit Ls successful." he "In case, a fellow went tbrough B'rimorit times before he finally made it." He said that he doesn't con- sider himself a partieuiarily lenient judge. "I'rn leriient in some cases, trs rancher, who dfXis not want to "The clit-nt has to make his be identified. '-I'm not selling it; decision." I think the price of gold They, however, do not recom- mend keeping gold at homes. It may be stolen, they point out, has to hit 5100 sooner or later." Like many investors in gold, he does not keep it at home. he hwjg'ht certificates deposit from a bank. These because of its delicacy, it may wear off with rubbing. People who keep fold at their certificates can lx: exchanged homes usually are older people gold at any think gold is a good in- he- said. "When I bought the gold. I figured the official United States price o.' quite harsh in olh- an ounce, which the a assess which price since 19S4, was unrcaiis will have the best tic. The price? of other on the Er-r-used harl increased by or M per cent. It ha-: to go higher rM Wa fan try staff officer, seeir? border About action in Northwestern Europe.] f.i.unks have been killed 1 After re-ioinjng the brink in j year, he said he ser.-ed in various man- Tr.e ot'r.W is the destruction agerial poste across '.he coun-; of skunks within a radius of try. He superintendent of three miles after one skunk has the Atlantic Provinces District, founr! infected, el.-x-where assistant general manager of in the province, the bank's eastern division, and "So far our battle has been senior assistant to the general concentrated on the he j manger, at the head office. i sai'l. iwo years ago we con-' Mr. Ellis w-a.s to his j sidcrcd the chirf threat came present position in frorn affected skunk.-, in Sas- 4A innovalioii' City lawyers ivon't use Ouic-Laiv who have had bad experiences during depression or wars, when gold maintained its value whiie currencie-. plunged. Some people buy gold coins n investment, but most do so as collectors, a Hank of .Vy.a Sc-otia sai'l. The price of coins has been 'fhe S2fi U.S. Liberty coin, for iutance, was some people v.ho IW> golrl bars in their A man in Picture; liulte i; kno'ATi to a bar worth at to- day's price, liut overall, there v.ho invest bars at OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Wed., Thurs., Fri., 7-9 p.m. 1906 Lakeside Road (i doors N. of Woofco'i Main Entrance) PARADE HOMES LTD. Ptiona 328-8535 By UAIirtKV CARAGATA 'iteraM Staff Writer lav; finris in tf.e c-ty a.'r; planning rv, try a fjornpuVrr- in formation ftyittrn for JiaT-yc-rs, worth. a in.novs- fj. MacTxrari, of Ricft. f'j-ov.'-.c, anrf Babki, "It rnsans has; at hi" a full and corn pletft rif! Uv; en a vrir; in or keep bu'. firnw vcre collected for each marJe felt lhat wiM1 their homes, _ according to four direct contact with the fir. be of parlic-jbr in motor and secjuntics Torn Spanos of vehicle ea-iK by keeping dealers Vr'ilde. a partner in (haf Spanos, that yers wrrenrt. on recent damage: J aid tr.orf; fg "lainly the vndespread cf of merit in trw We tenw "right around thi i Tne keep it most of :ascs didn't require that ey Tr.f: nsrr.'y] of irifor- rns'.ion retrieval syste cornrnunications It involves a nornpuMr termin- al a a compi f r j Tr.e are fbd into pense could oe jus'.ific >rrriSf.ion re- and then the "Very large firms through the can be wt, saving time .i.s did present a and trouble." a.s tirr.e Lin't that irn- He Mid, that system i.-: still rn its ''Tr.e trouble v.-ith corripirter Mr. Spajior, said, "jo that y, or.Jy out of them p1 into them.'' Mr. IfcraM. awards. A spokesman f o r the Cana- The Quic-Kaw are Bank of Urn- rental from IBM iZVi said rns hanic has not a month, and rnwt WM or certificates m tawyers rio not feel that the ex- I-ethhfidgfr for Uo years al- though "this service fa always available." mort experimenting than A Richardson Securities said Charles Virtue kesman said there have been the of Virtue and Company, v.'hich ry employs six lawyers. Mr. Wilde said the plan would never pay for itself, and dvibt- ed any firm in the citv rould afford it, Mr. said the in ,'i'ovemher Tne price of gold was ounr-e and at the Toronto exchange on 15, accordirig to Rich- ardson Securities. The futures market also indicates higher prices to come. fulurej-i prires quottd on Dec. J5 -tOv 7) for Jan- iiarv delivrrv, for April, for .T'jfv srrl S67.W for tirtx-r. all in QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Denial Mechanic CapifoT Bid PHONE 326-7664 I On': vale. ijp to a TJniversitv in rn. Ont. Ivor firm. sir) Knjshel. nented. COSTS SI Each urer U. h-.t if it a at that at pTesent, he feels most of would not be prohibitive, if the i the information programmed breadth rrf inforrnalirm the corr.pu'er is grammeH into ea.-.tern oriented. wa.s sufficient enough so it coulrl F-'rfcd f'.Hlrhard, FVitchard. be used for small problenrvi. :ie. Efiijs. and s-ii'] the Total development costs for .'O' lern v.ouJd be of more value the project sinr-e iU the in certain types of cases, name- three- have run to i form of, projwi, says that has been ly litigation. I 5bout rniliion. I STILL SELLING FOR LESS! STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 314 3rd Street S. Phone 327-3024 ;