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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, January 3, 1973 THE LETHSRIDGE HERALD 21 B.C. liquor prices raised VICTOWA (CP) Liquor prices in British Columbia have been increased five to 15 per cent effective Jan. 1 by ihe B.C. Usuor Control Board. Almost al] of the in- creases are for Canadian whis- Ides, gins, nuns vodkas i and are due to wholesale price increases fay distillers, the LC3 said Tuesday. Caiari'pn distillers have all rsised ibeir prices by 15 cents per quart on every brand, sax Robert Mason, LCB parchas- ing officer. Drug use also high in rural areas HEAVY FIVES Tne Canada Water Act. passed in 1970. provides for fines of up to S.5.0W a day for By GLEXXIS ZltM OTTAWA fCP) Drug use by junior and senior high school students ''is by no means a snictly urban pbe- n o m e n o n.'1 a Calgary re- searcher reports in a govern- ment magazine. Dr. Irving Rootmaa. a re- search associate in the com- munity health division. Uni- versity of Calgary medical school. recently studied drug use in rural areas and found use o: some drugs higher than in city areas. Using questionnaires, be i n v e s t i- gsted drug use in two rural commutes in southern Al- berts and compared these in Toronto and one in Banff, Alta. Rural areas should not be overlooked in future either in undertaking research Mr in pfenning programs of preven- tion or treatment, he con- cluded. The study is reported in the November-December issue of Canada's Mental Health, pub- lished by the federal health department. In one of the rural areas. students ranked second out of five in the proportionate use of barbinirates. opiates fher- oin. for example... stimulams ''amphetamines', transtrilltz- LSD and other hallucino- gens Speed Tnis commun- ity o: about 5.0CO was sur- passed only by Banff in use and the use was higher inan in either of the Toronto studies for the above-men- tioned drags. It followed Banff and one of the Toronto areas in use of marijuana. The second rural commun- ity of about com- munity iras IOT- est of the five for marijuana, opiates, stimulants, tranquil- lizers, LSD and other hallucin- ogens. Hcnrever. ft was third in use of barbiturates, ahead of either of the Toronto groups. Dr. Rooanan said that, al- though over-all there appears to be less drjg use than in urban Alberts (based on the Banif "there seems to be sufficient use in the rural communities to warrant cm- cern.'' As well, because of the marked differences in the use ir. :he rural commuaines. Dr. Rootmari looked into some of the factors, such as single- parent tomes, unemployment cf father and so OIL ComtjarinE the two rural communities, for which he bed this da'-a, fie fousd the one viih h-2her drug use hro a higher record of trjesa factors. Ai-afJability of fclnds o? drucs also is a factor, be said. Future studies should loot !rta these factors, Dr. said- HE'S A BIG FELLA Deichrncn-i. who is c- cvercge height, doss some fcccf c-i c pci.- to Poui Bimyen o; the Institute's pro- ductivlry in Roundup whole sky lit LEDVC. Alta vihole sl- ing the crash plane. Five crew r killed the short cf the rut 'C? Larry, a Gerry tried to drive to the c. ar. ..7 cargo torced to rum back because cf poor visibility, they rr.aie a second sitentDt in a snowmobile 1: but were stopped by a broken at- ski after travelling only a short ct lancir.g distance. iicnsl .Air- They did get close enough to the to see fiatnes but. The T.'" slEmrr.ed into a vvJi neither dressed varmly pravel pit shout a hah' mile enough to cope with the from r.Irs. Kivir-d's horr.e in conditions, decided to return tc tils town mile.; south of Ed- the house, no-ton. Mrs. Rivard said she was er> DIE LV FIRE teruicins: friends rar, the MOOSE JAW CP A tbe siy light up in E your-.g mother and her three color'' through her f-o-.t vrlr.- cr.ildren kitea vhen fire whucr. o'. the ?outh- their hotne or. West east path tj the Vaughn Srreet. Harker. b her :os. died in the SiL-Janns. -i. .Arthur. ar.3 Jchn__2. Corporal N aiisr Harker. 27. the father, m suf- sevre hums after the broke o'Jt abo-t Three 'whiz kidi wiser and poorer Three, iurr.hta Securities Conntiiisicn. hir luus" The three VT-? the it c-f thftr tiatrtec v.ith aunilritt.-'n .ire 'Valter H. Beruioff. -7. Chair- tut- o: Four Seasons. cer hy the es- Suur.cers. 2o. :ts president, ar.n The stx-l-t in F.-.ur Mar.uf5rr.rir: Lti of Van- -rev Kcick cou-.c-r u- a bn if ;o 555.1 j, u arsi tts before the celicats structure of .Another occupant cf ihe house. David Younr. 74. also irj hospital. PORTS WORK CONTIM.XS conttr.utr.g normally on '-.V Vancouver va'er-front to- day, evr-n though federal back- t.'-v.-ork legislation exrtred Sa> day night ar.d the British Co- jlarJtijae E.-npijyers' Ass.xta-.ic'r! his indicated it Is p'.rasM vrlth ihe Xentetz re- Srukestr-ett for both the ELMEA and the titematioual Long.shoremen's and Ware- said they be'Jeve work at the seven B.C. Ports affected mil 1 ccr.tutue at least ur.til each side the cor.tract dispute niaies a firra to accept or the cortract cirlons msce bv Mr. Jusrice Nerr.etr.. FOUNT! DEAD LN CELLS C.ALG.AP.Y i CP' Albert I.eck. cf fourd dead iz dty police ceils Police said he discover- ed, har.grutg by a parka string fr.Tn the cell's top bunk. He "ivas arrested earlier on a ;t th? tir-c. tvhee said. Non-fat drv milk hike to fe: tu-.ti: tt "We ivere into the market heavily t.i build up the corr.rar.y and erjtually to our capital cauis Mr. Be-ukof: said. soTe t'n-' "the "vartcouwr COURSES OFFERED WiNXIFEG -Cp- Senior citirons w yc-ars of see ar.d olci- er be ab'.o til take sele-cted ro'jrsis at the of Viiruunei: ttution Tho bo K: for a- to use the ._ Fo-.tr So'son? is a junior con. L ..K hoi.iir.c compajiy p.Kac.m ts to in October 1971. from shc-1! cf Four Roc- .x-i.. roation Li.-l vhich was in ports :rt-. T--eo: inc Corp. I.'.i. ler-.por.uy '-e The eomp.-.riy has op- ihe o: >u; ;vcs they ni.iko and sell farm rouipmont. a-e most r.eodcii. truck boxes and trailers snd He f.-.ici v.-'.l rot K1 !.-hrk-.ro nrchitoctur.il cco.- to es .-Tour.: ;m- r.RKV (TP Hill 11 :v CALGARY iCP> h.ts Ivo-l st.irtdi The rcctil.ir .-r.r.u.il i-.v.vrt prcparaiion for a C.ilc.ity bid of pounds is not .'or the 1975 Grey Cup. Officials by the sc- o[ Century C.ilpary mot nvonlly ar.i -i-.il.iv.s Cup dta-inj; uilf.irj 's' ivn- maooiif.iv.l f.rui.-. lctra.il. Kailwav dispute nicdialor named OTTAWA iCpi A. R. Gib- bons, assistant director of the feelers'. coac'iisuon and -.rMtr.r.ion br.inch. has been ap- txiinted r.-.i-diato- in b.lrsainir.p sessions Iv.wecn r.inad.i's r.isjpr railways. A lalvr snokcs- r.i.-.n said Tuesday Mr. Gibbons is ri.ie to moot v.ith the S. NiViXiators for the oicht un- ions roprosontin" S.VOOO em- ployes of Canadian National Ii.iilw.iys and CP Rail, n> appointment 10 days nco of a mediator in talks for a ronlr.-icl. 'Mixlu-.cs betuven the two lvit.ui nbiuit weeks I Change Ite Time-Stopfore wtessj YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT GROCER MIHALIK' S 642 13th Street North Phone 328-5742 Rlghr FOR FREE CITY DEIIVERY To Limir Quomltiu. ON LARGE ORDERS WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PRICES IN EFFECT JANUARY 4th, 5th and 6th maufafr Pineapple Juice Dole 4S Sliced Peaches Brenfwood 4 h, 1 l00 Bartlett Pears BrentwMd ,4 0, fini 4 for 1 i00 Peas or Corn Rosedaie choice i< tins 5 Tomatoes Yc rk Choice........14 01. tins .00 Mayfair Canada Choice Canada Gb "We Invite You Try Our Meats The In Town" "We will cut our meats to suit your requirements." MUSHROOM, CHICKEN, or CHICKEN RICE................ 10 ei. tins MIX or MATCH AYLMER SOUP Macaroni Purity Corn Fiakes oz. 2 for Apple Straw, Jam Toilet Tissue Toweisviva Listerine Antiseptic 1i19 Plus 50c refund offer ULYDA.LE FRESH CHICKEN Never been frozen Grade "A" 3 1o 4 ib. average.............. Ib. 53 RUMP ROAST 1-09 ROUND STEAK A 1'09 STEWING BULK STEAKEHES BURNS ,b SELECT BACON Mayfair foods Dairy and Frozen Products GRAPEFRUIT NO, 10 98" MANDARIN ORANGES J.APANHl CAKKUi J CANADA No. I 29" RUTABAGUS ALTAN'CANADA NO. i CABBAGECALIFORNIA GROWN CANADA No. 1 jllCeS Kraf, Canadian ...............1 Ib. pkg. Margarine Kr0f. 3 ib. Hash Browns Cornolion21bpkg 3 for 1-00 ninnarc COd UinnClS Chickcn-Bcef-Turkey 11 pkg. Bonnie Brook..........1 Ib. pkg. f TIDE DETER K's 15c COUPON.............................5-lb. box tfooast ,79 STORE HOURS; Mon., Tues., Wed., Sal. a.m. till 6.-00 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9.-00 a.m. to 9.00 p.m. ;