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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Heroin treatment centre to open IIOUSIS CALL DURBAN, South Africa (AP) A hoaxer who telephoned a I built in Ontario was taken down The SHORT RUN first steam locomotive movie house and said a bomb was planted inside met with a deaf ear. The audience con- sisted of 150 policemen watching a free movie. Saturday, February IS, 1972 THE IETHBRIDC-! HfRMB 15 NEW MEDALS TOKYO (AP) A depart- ment store has started selling medals that are 51-pcr-cent sil- ver and 49-per-cent gold, to commemorate the return of Okinawa from U.S. to Japanese Toronto's Yonge Street on spe- cially-constructed, temporary rails and placed on the tracks of the newly-built Northern Line, in 1R53. 1 rule. CALGARY (CP) trolleu1 program of A con- methadone treatment for heroin addicts is scheduled to open next month .n Edmonton. It will be operated by the Alberta Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Commission, in co-oper- ,1'ion with tlw Alberta Medical Association and other distribu- tors of the drug. Jan Skirrow, research asso- ciate at 'he commission, said the Edmonton program will be similar to ones operating in Vancouver and Toronto. In both cities, an addict must be properly certified on the ba- sis of successive urine samples containing traces of opiates, anc have a history of withdraw- al symptoms when heroin was discontinued. The addict must take his daily dose in the presence of clinic staff. "This will eliminate the prob- lem of multiple USED DURING WAR Methadone. a synthetic opi- ate developed in Germany dur- ing the Second World War as a pain killing substitute for heroin, has been used to en- able heroin addicts to lead nor- mal, productive lives. Dr. C. J. Varvis, president of j the provincial medical associa- tion, said last year "private practice management of heroin addicts often resulted in compli- cations, and 'jould frequently result in the abuse of the pre- scribed drug." Inadequate controls have in the past made abuses too com- mon and rehabilitation of the prrson into a normal life high- ly unlikely, he said. "In any program, the goal is complete rehabilitation." Canmore petitions protest construction of airport COMPLETES PRETRIAL TESTIMONY Mrs Jacqueline Onass.s leaves Manhattan federal court with two unidentified men after she completed her pretriol testimony a, a defedann. in a photographer's civil lawsuit. Photographer Ronald H. Galella has 5ued Mrs. Onassis for S1.3 million claiming she interfered with his LEE DUCK CLEANERS SPECIAL DRY SPRING COATS. SPECIAL DRY CLEANING OFFER SPRING and SUMMER PANTS V SLACKS SKIRTS SWEATERS AND MEDIUM LEE DUCK CLEANERS 330 13th SI. N. Phone 327-2770 I Burns shutdown j talks slated REGINA iCPi The pro- vincial government and offi- i cials of Burns Foods Ltd. likely _ will meet in Calgary next week businessnlen to discuss the company's deci- 1 Jutjge R sion to close its livestock g i slaughter operations in Regina. Industry Minister Kim Thorson said today. Mr. Thorson has requested the meeling wilh Burns presi- dent William Childs of Calgary. The decision to close the plant nffwtive Anril 28 could put as ,00. employees out but some residents apparently don't agree. The Mayor. Dr. Alfred Mil- tins, said the planes would 15 welcomed in the community, create no more noise than --------------------------------------I cause in the valley. How- ever. Avis Stephenson said most i residents like Canmore the wav i it is and don't want the noise. j She said two petitions against i the airport were being circu- lated and anolher would be I sent around the town soon. Crown land near the com- munity, about 50 miles west ol Calgary, has been reserved for development of an airport. And, the Alberta Aviation Council wants the provincial government to take the initia- tive to develop the air port which would replace a landing strip near Banff, doomed when the Trans-Canda Highway from the east gate of the national CALGARY oiling an interetti The course will include films, examples of different types of smalli instruction on: NAUTICAL TERMINOLOGY CARE OF A BOAT, SAILS AND RIGGING Tt STEPS TO RIGGING AND LAUNCHING A BOAT BASIC MANEUVERS (TACK, COMING ABOUT. DOCKING, ETC.' ic SAILING ETIQUETTE AND WATER SAFETY TIPS IN BUYING, REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE 5 Wednesdays beginning March 29th. 1972 p.m. FK: For Information or Registration Contcot: THE SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 327-2141 ___ no present eqiupment, if ng skill to develop r boots, and basn OFF ALL FABRICS AND OFF SPECIAl SELECTION TABLE DOUBLE KNITS, SINGLE KNITS, FORTREl DOUBLE KNITS, COTTON IN DOUBLE AND SINGLE KNITS BE SURE TO ENTER YOUR NAME FOR THE JOAN DEMERS 100 GIFT AND THE iTIFICATET0 BE DRAWN FOR SAT-FEB-19 GIFTS DRAWN FOR ALL WEEK LONG LAURA PRINS REV COOPER 475 HOLIDAY VILLAGE (FORMERLY SHOPPERS' WORLD) PHONE 328-7843 ;