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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta IAS VEGAS FUN FlICHT Depart Caigory Feb. 11 Return February 15 AIRFARE, ACCOMMODATION, TRANSFESS MANY EXTRAS Only per penon (Double Occupancy) ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3301 The LetKbrldge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Tuesday, January 9, 1973 PAGES 11 TO 20 LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Lave! 7th Street Shopping Moli Lethbridge, Alberto Phone (403) 328-7411 FILING CABINETS LCC, U of L officials cautious on drug treatment for staff By HERB LEGC Herald Start Writer A plan for treatment of aca- demic stsff addicted io alcohol or nrurs. outlined, earlier this roorith by ihe University of Al- received swarded com- ment from ihe Univer- sity of Leir.bridee and the Leth- bricse Ccrrimuniiy College. I" of A president Dr. Mas TVyrnsn said employees ivhose performances are adversely af- fected will be referred !o the Drug and Alcohol Abuse Com- mission for an assessment of iheir problem. The policy is similar to one ntnr used by the provincial civil service. V of L president Dr. Bill Becitel said he can make no comment on academic alcohol- drug problems because real- Jy krmn- 01 no such on the Lethbridge campus.'1 Should a situation ever arise concerning staff drje-alcobol sbuse. would only be" reason- able to erpect some kind of treatment.'1" Dr. Becke] said. The U of A program would cover an estimated 4.509 aca- demic and non-academic staff members. Refusal io submit lo treatment will not be consider- ed grounds lor dismissal alone the problem is consid- ered as part of the employee's Lota! nork and conduct. Lethbridge Community Col- lege president Dr. C. D. Ste.v- an said he hss co problems with staff alcohol-drug abuse on his campus. Dr. Stewart said alcohol-drur: problems should be considered persona! with no action by the LCC board unless ihe of a staff member is affected. "No mailer wha: ihe problem is. if a staff member is not performing as he is expected to do. ihe board -.rould take sorae action. "Taking treatment drugs or alcohol) and having k be suc- cessful are two different thirds. Vt'e don't have any probiem lilie that Manias or alcoholi here" Dr. Eievrart said. One siaff member at tre U G! A said a drug prohlem there is evident. "Thirty per of my friends smoke he has bec-n quoted as telling The Canadian Press. Campus officials at Ed.-on- ion have emnhssized the nr-ui- Jem a! uie greater than that The U of A bv two as campus, require; emors' absence from "or cohol Therapy bv r same as vie no found else- sii; suggests IK cr.g-al- I'ns the million plant for Moore's likely An an-10' thst a fed- era! incentives grant -.vij be awsrded to Moore BusLness Forms I'd cons an estimated ?o r.'t here, is e.tmect later this The erar.t itas been to the company no cetaus be re'eifec until tre offi- phone interview from Edmon- ton Monday. Lnitial plans for the plant call- ed for a 33.OX1 square-foot struc- rure to be built at 2925 5th Ave. with later additions to in- crease the capacity to 65.COO offeree square feet of floor space, details Between 25. and 30 persons he employed at first rruriric business forms for the computer industry. The stiff would be increased to about 100 for full production. Plans for the plant to built here have been in the works since early in 1970. A DRZE grant approv- ed earlier but wa5 cancelled principal of the the expiry date WES School reached before construction be- Tw company applied for an- other grant last summer. At Air service to I .S. cities anticipated Expanded air services for the Dians. city cor, be expected Ssm Pollard, president o! the the next two years. Mayor Andy firm, said in an'interview from Vancouver he could neither con- firm nor deny a grant has been offered. The original estimate was based on construction costs in 40-YEAR C4REER NE.4RS END A 40-year career wiih the Lethbricee public school sys- tem comes io an end this Sep- tember fa: G. S. ''J.-e' Laiae. Lai-tie's resignauon. sub- mitted to personnel director Dr. G. E. Probe, will be con- that time, the application was sidered by public trustees at mace based on a new set of meeting today. Dr Probe has recommended the resignation be accepted with regret. "Mr. Laide has earned the respect of parents, teachers, colleague? End the general pub- lic. He has contributed much not onlv to this school district hut to the Ciry of Dr. Probe said. Principal a; Fleerwood-Eaw- den since Mr. LaMe said he looks forward to retirement with "some degree of happy anticipation" but not without a !970 and could be considerably higher than S3 million using 10- cay's costs. -Anderson says. Mayor Andersen a telegram t? Jean Morchor.d. federal rzinisJer of tmnsporta- tion. asking for conside.-Eiic-n o: a bid to establish air service benveea Lethbrrige srd United States cities Great Faiis. Mont, and Spokane. Wash. The telegram asti that ''particular attention be given to establishing the services" when air treaty negotiations he- Canada arjd the U.S. resume Wednesday ton. DC' "It is felt that the discor.tinu- The Lehbridee and District "great deal of regret. ance of service to Great Falls Exhibition Association has tak------------------------------ several years ago has done un- erj a 'ivait and see'' position in cue aarm to our community, regard to the possibility of Sun- day horse racing in the 'city. At the regular meetine Mon- Ex waftlug on Sunday racing issue Landlord-tenant bylaw prepared A bylsir to a 1 an: acr_3QTT bosrd in the- cirr be for ciy csuiici] coasideraD03 Monti The byis'w follows ihe Alber- ta Landlord and and with is ib? iba: Eiise between landlords and prcroc-es for a board ;c dea: ith residential o: E :r-. Al you can do is io im- helped esiab- ir. Calzary is T.-crizr.r well. >e: L-D a loral by a -.e Coin- The bosrd nec- lor "1U o: M-CUC: Trhic-h be -o oz reiim The bxrr. il1. atoc 10 of tbeir r ir.5 c-oncsrrLijC Joh.- said the b-Mrd coJ-i for ressossble ren- boir- liri.jrds anti tenants mane use of IT- I'liarc. LaDa- Couutv oiraits CIPE vote to our corAn v.-e e rresen- j-e nt'ror.ur.tty to rec- tity this mista'-ie. we sL-cfrely day. the board decided to sit hp-pe you do somethtrg tight until the Calgerj" Exhihi- ahou: the telegram tion and Stampede Association SOLUTIONS TO STENCH AT AFFAIRS .MEETING !no citv preliminary study from a Cal- gary found air deficient. pijiv lure t're c completes investigations into The Stench In Our Town is outcry something offen- ly re-reived a the wssibtlity of Sunday racing, the subiect for debate at sive Calgaiy decided to hold Sun- Thursday's meeting of the ahoti; smells in Southern Alberta Council on southeast Lethbridee. caused ry ti'e processing held a; noon at Ericl-tsen's Fam- ily Kestaurant liuich? si.v cf Lethbridge. Eren! of FCTT Mcc'e c: r'jncrscs of fresh rn en ihe Icczl c-5 LCC official hi slier eni'olmeut Enrolment at the Comm'unity College is expe.-tad to show increase for the win- ter sfmaster. irjormauor, offi- cer Gordco Coljedg-e stiid day. Begisrratior. for the seraastt- was "held Morjday and comb- ues for another nine days. Late reasrrarlens wiil face a Sc airv for each day's delay froir. to the end of the rine- ge connn" d.-y and oonsdtp- ond pubhc Xic-il said ia t the c-ounry l! accept i Details are dav races after Mr. Jusdce here to be Harold W. Rilcy found in a de- Public Affairs. tha! the .yberta Lord's The raeet'-f w'J tc help ess e con- Day Ac: would have no effect. The decision was reversed by IS Anciy Andrews, manager the Le'hhridge association, said the local group wiii wait until the matter has been cleared ur, in Caigaiy before proceeding other plaris. can ce: The counc.: quotes a ary as sayLnp that "stench" is syn o n y ntous "stink" which is defined as "a public .oud ana sustainea. Various issues been rais- er.: a variety of solutions have b-x-n proposed. Meanv.ra'le, nothing has been accomplish- ed." the cour.cii says. Ar, ir.iitation to the public i- the meeting says that o; Rich Schivl. ar.d Aid. V a u ghan offer" solutions to the problem. Last meet on Sesame St. i r. e Street -.i-H Cjllecge sa.G sru.ients had registered at the cxlene hy neon Hecls- i he college spjitesr.iar. smd a not ejrpeoted tntti! iate this Ah.-'Ut lira CJOC-iT decision to River meeting Forage co-op executive named ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Sihworfi E'cg. 2i: 5th SI. JUICIT THE PROCTOR-SILEX ELECTRIC JUICER lemonj en 3 grapefruit. 'lurns on" when fruil ii Pressed :o reamer. fresh fruit In seconds, and oyf ersiiy for ihorough Kegu'or 16.95 Cell Housewares DOWNTOWN LU :he :or ;ho V: -V.V. Lhe 0; Ed o: o .5 or.e o: iiw mos: i-ror- ;_. Lj.., Uo Bill P: iv-rro? o: A c" Vy 1 TT.OS In to ihe .n a forr.i CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB MSDICAl DENTAL BLDG. Lower Level PHONF bttsine.-is tvr cvr.t of c.lttlc fed Xtimli-, ;r t-hv region He says ope manir ohjcvtivr cf the is to ersure o.xhi ,s region reveiv- from agri- planning business, agri-foance and gov- services on a fee basis. The association Mmlxrship ir. the associ.v.ion Orrin, of Cb.res- 4.7 million acres in five -MO p." year and is ojvn King o; Hip me-t extension districts from "tile produwrs in the of' Leth- Oids to Pinchcr Creek west of Foothills area. bridge nnd IV.ig of Art McKinnon of Cnk.irv is Colc.lrv. o: Hj'.rjc. Ian Watt of llorst of Car- Hic'.iwav 2 North. E. S. P. FOX Certified Der.icl FOX DENTAL LAB LTD. 204 Mfdicol Dental Bldg Phone 327-6565 CLEARANCE OF 1972 MODELS "AFT'' Automatic tuninu Auurnoti: color ACTIVE TV SERVICE 1233 3rd Ave. South THURS. i Fkl 11. 1 C P. M'GUIRE'S JANUARY SALE STARTS THURSDAY! We will be closed all day Wednesday in preparation for this tremendous sale! (See our ad in Wednesday's Herald) ;