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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Heroin treatment centre to open 1IOUSIS CALL DUI1DAN, South Africa (AP) The first slcam locomotive A hoaxer who telephoned a I built in Ontario was taken down laturdoy, February 1J, !97Z SHOUT HUN movie house and said a bomb was planted inside met with a deaf car. The audience con- sisted of 150 policemen watching a free movie. Toronto's Yongc Street on spe- cially-constructed, temporary rails and placed on the tracks of the newly-built Northern Line, in 1853. THE lETHBRIDG! HHAID _ 1J NEW MEDALS TOKYO (AP) A depart- ment store has started selling medals that are 51-pcr-cent sil- ver and 49-per-ccnt gold, tn commemorate the return of Okinawa from U.K. to Japanese rule. CALGAHY (CP) A con- trolled program of methadone treatmenl for heroin addicts is sc hecluled to open next month in Edmonton. It will be operated by the Alberta Alcoholism and D r u g Abuse Commission, in co-oper- .'ion with the Alberta Medical Association and other distribu- tors of the drug. Jan SUirrow, research asso- ciate at the commission, said the Edmonton program will be similar 10 ones operating Jn Vancouver and Toronto. In both cities, an addict must be properly certified on the ba- sis of successive urine samples containing traces of opiates, anL have a history of withdraw- al symptoms when heroin was discontinued. The addict must lake his daily dose in the presence of clinic slafl. "This will eliminate Itic prob- lem of multiple Mr. fikinow said USED IJU1IING WMt Melhadonc. a synthetic opi- ate developed in Germany dur- ing Ihe Second World War as a pain killing substitute for heroin, has been used lo en- able heroin addicts lead nor- mal, productive lives. Dr. C. J. Varvis, president of the provincial medical associa- tion, saitl last year "private practice management of heroin addicts often resulted in compli- cations, and "ould frequently result in the abuse of the pre- scribed drug." Inadequate controls have in the past made abuses too com- j mon and rehabilitation of the pprson into a normal life high- ly he .said. "In any program, the goal is complete rehabilitation." Canmore petitions protest construction of airport CALGARY (CP) The ma- yor of Canmore says an air- port capable of handling small commercial and executive jets j tjlls, said is welcomed in the community, create no but some residents apparently don'L agree. The Mayor. Dr. Alfred Mil- the planes would more noise than COMPLETES PRETRIAL TESTIMONY Mrs Jacqueline Onassis leaves Manhattan Charil federol court with two unidentified men after she completed her prelrial testimony as a defedannl in a pholographer's civil lawsuit. Photographer Ronald H. Galella has sued Mrs. Onassis For SI.3 million claiming she interfered wilh his camera career. at Calgary LEE DUCK CLEANERS SPECIAL DRY CLEANING OFFER SPRING and SUMMER COATS. 1-75 PANTS SLACKS SKIRTS SWEATERS (tlGHT AND MEDIUM WEIGHT' 69' LEE DUCK CLEANERS 330 13th SI. N. Phone 327-2770 Burns shutdown talks .slated RRGINA iCPi The pro- vincial government and offi- cials of Burns Foods Lid. likely will meet in Calgary noxl week to discuss the company's deci- sion to close its livestock slaughter operations in Rogina. Industry Minister Kim Tliorson said today. Mr. Thorson has requested tlw meeting wild Burns presi- dent William Childs of Calgary. The decision lo close the plan! effective April 28 could put as many as ]00 employees out of work. CALGAHY (CP) James j and Elaine Kelly were fined 8 total of in provincdaJ court for operating an unauthorized i charity. The couple were after they used telephone licilation Dec 7-14 to sell blocks of tickets for a chil- dren's Christmas party to local j businessmen. Judge H. V. Head discounted cause in (he valley. How- ever. Avis Stepltenson said most residents like Canmore the wav i it is and don't want the noise. She said two petitions against the airport were being circu- laled and another would he I sent around the town soon. Crown land near the com- munity, aliout 50 miles west of Calgary, has been reserved for development of an airport, charged And, the Alberla Aviation Council wants (he 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 a defence argument the cuu- 1 the east gate of the national pie were operating a business park becomes four lanes. designed to make a profit rath- 1 er than a charity. He said the telephone "pitch" was calculated to leave the impression Ihe mon- ey ivould bo used for a charity. MORE CONSTRUCTION Value of construction in Thun- der Bay, Out., nearly doubled in ]971 er the previous year. Court was told the party was j with million worth of new j held Dec. 22 and one child at- building laking place compared tended with SIB 5 million in 1970. THE LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE NOW OFFERS DEFENSIVE DRIVING Defensive driving is the professiono! skill thol should ond must be procliced by every licensed motorist if we ore to reduce the number of Iroffic accidents thai occur each year. For a period ol eight hours groups of licensed, experienced, private motorists who wont to improve their driving skills are exposed to the techniques of defensive driving. Subjects to be covered PREVENTABIUTY OF MOTOR VEHICIE ACCIDENTS PRINCIPLES OF DEFENSIVE DRIVING SITUATIONS OF THE CRASH PREVENTION OF RUN-OFF-ROAD ACCIDENTS, AND OTHEBS. Successful parlicipanls wll receive a wallet ceriliFicalc- which will give merit points under Ihe Alberla Driver Progarm, ond may qualify for reduced premiums in oulo insurance. SECTION E-4 Tuesdays beginning February 15lh SECTION F-4 Wednesdays beginning March 8th SECTION Thursdays beginning April 6th Each section runs for 8 hours 2 hours per evening n m. FEE: TYPING This course wjl offer each student the opponunily lo leorn Hie basic techniques necessary for occurale typing as well as the practice lime necessary 1a reach a reasonable degree of proficiency. Some aliention will be given to setting up business letters, reports and other offfce forms. Students may regiscr for as many sections as thty wish and proceed their individual rale. SECTION Tuesdays and Thursday! beginning February 22nd SECTION E-5 Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning March 28th Each section includes 20 houn clasi (ime p.m. FEE: HAIRSTYLING COURSE FOR WOMEN Leorn how to aMractively style and manage your own hair. Designed to train (he student on proper grooming of the hair as well os how (O sef ond comb out hair to create de- sired hair style. Helpful lips on care and handling of wigs also be discussed. SECTION Tueidayt beginning February 29th SECTION Thursdays beginning March 2nd Each section includes 10 houri class time p m FEE: FLY FISHING A short course on the intricacies for Ihe novice. The selection of equipment, demonstra- tions and practice in the mechancs of fly cosling, false cnsling, roll casting, parallel easfing and ofhen, togelher wilh a brief sludy cf artificial flics ond when Jo uie them will be among Ihe topics to bo covered. Students should bring presenl eqiupmenl, if any, lo the first doss. 6 Tuesdayi begnning March 7lh, 1972 00 p m FEE: ON-SHORE SAILING COURSE Instruction suitable for all ages who would find on interesting skill (o develop The course will include films, examples of different types of smaller boots, ana1 basif instruction on: NAUTICAL TERMINOLOGY CARE OF A BOAT, SAILS AND RIGGING STEPS TO RIGGING AND LAUNCHING A BOAT BASIC MANEUVERS (TACK, COMING ABOUT BOCKIMG ETC SAILING ETIQUETTE AND WATER SAFETY i, TIPS IN BUYING, REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE 5 Wednesdays beginning March 29lh 1972 00 p m FEE: For Informalion or Regisfration Contcaf: THE SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 377-2141 f- m JOAN DEMERS SPECIAL SELECTION TABLE OFF ALL FABRICS DOUBLE KNITS, SINGLE KNITS, FORTREl DOUBLE KNITS, COTTON IN DOUBLE AND SINGLE KNITS BE SURE TO ENTER YOUR NAME FOR THE 100 GIFT CERTIFICATE TO BE DRAWN FOR SAT., FEB. 19 AND THE SURPRISE GIFTSDRAWN FOR ALL WEEK LONG LAURA PRINS REV COOPER 475 HOLIDAY VILLAGE (FORMERLY SHOPPERS' WORLD) PHONE 328-7843 ;