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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ____Tumdoy, July 4, TH1 LE7HBRIDOE HERALD 1] rr .1 r.. First tree clinic for dental care OXBOW, Sask. fCP) Can- ada's first free-to-the-patient school dental service, an experi- mental project, lias shown en- couraging results. Most of Ihe costs of the pi- oneering projecl in the south- eastern corner of Saskatchewan have been paid by the federal goycrnmenl with the remainder coming from Ihe Saskatchewan public health deparfmtnt. A fully-equipped trailer staffed by a denlist and six as- sistants makes a yearly circuit covering tov.T.s anrl villages in a test program now in the 1 Ihe Ijegion ic planned, in Ihe i form of alternoun meetinga which will include card parties, hinpo. sing-songs and olher ac- Transporlalion will be. vided lo and from all evenLs for those who need it A picnic will he held al 1.3d p.m. nc-xL Tuesd.iv al Hender- son Lake. In Ihe event of incle- ment weather, a social after- noon will be held in the Le- gion hall. Tentative plans Include bus trips and an annual Firs1. World War veterans day. and members are i n v i t e ri lo pre sent suggestions for othrj" ac- tivities. Those wishing transportation to nexl Tuesday1' picnic are asked to phone Ethel Styner al 328-5376. oi' Earl Morris al 327-3566. Bv GLENMS ZII.M (confused physiological mes- OTTAWA (CP) and advertisers need to show an d out more responsibility in curbing i the worrisome North American j phenomenon of a "pill-popping population." says Dr. -I. D. Wal- 1 lace, secretary general of Ihe j Canadian Medical Association. Doctors' saBes are transmitted through- out the body by some of self-administered medicinal con- glomerates." FALL INTO TRAP Bul another, equally danger- ous complication is that some doctors help people lo inlo Jn an article in the associa-1 the pill-popping he said. Robert Slewarl (nee lion's Journal, Dr. Wallace says This may happen because peo- advertising promoles Ihe idea j pie now come expecting to get s I Mrs. I Nance Gardiner! formerly I Lethbridge and now living in Galston, Ayrshire, Scotland, has relumed lo the cily to visil her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gardiner. She is re- Patricia Elaine (Krulalc) Folk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, John Krulak of Lelhbridge, was grant- ed the Bachelor of Education de- ot ihe 1972 Spring Convo- cation el the Universily of Lelh- bridge. Folk has been teaching Year one iludenti in Granum for hvo yean, where ihe will con- tinue m the fall. newing old acquaintances here after an absence of 40 years. Mrs. Stewart, accompanied by her brother, Mr. Andrew Gardiner of Port Alberni, B.C., plans to leave for Scot- land August 6, after a visit lo B.C. Mrs. Catherine Cicone was honored by members of the YWCA board and friends al a coffee party held at the YWCA on Wednesday morning on (he ILSB of amphetamines, which were misused for easy treatment of obesity. Dr. Wallace said'it is belter lo find and eradicate the cause rather than to provide a "tem- porary and potentially danger- ous crutch." PUBLIC BJNGO 16 GAMES 1 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upsloirs) EVERY THURS.-B p.m. WeeWhimsv WANT NO ROADS SUMMERLAND. B.C. (CP) The chairman of the Okanagan that people can take a "pill, po-1 prescription or because Ihe doc-1 Mountain Committee, Doreen tion or beverage." Ihen "sail tor now has such a wide variely Adams, says her group will press to have the new Okanagan Mountain provincial park near through life on a euphoric pink j of useful drugs available. cloud without world a care in the; "We posal, now 'iave at our pi-ascription only, a ui in ivudcii, uu iiruuii uur, a "Many of (hose who have at-i wide variety of emotional, psy- here aa a templed to achieve that perpet-1 chological and physiological ual happy state on a do-it-your- crutches that will at least tern- self basis have .suffered disas-1 porarily relieve the symptoms trous consequences." thai trouble a patient and per- Dr. Wallace said that a great haps improve his capacity to no roads inside the park. Tlie park Is midway be- Uveen Penticlon and majority of the products are rel- atively safe but there are two factors that Introduce complica- tions. One was a lendancy fur indi- viduals to experiment with a va- riety of medications al the same I time. For example, a person Mrs. Cicone Is retiring as ad- j might lake a pep-up pill, then laler another lo go to sleep, an- ministralive director of Ihe or- olher to "keep and ganization, with which she has been associated for seven another for something else. years. I "Heaven only knows what She was presented filth a gift function as an effective member of society." To control the counter preparations, Dr. Wal- lace recommends a code of ethi- cal advertising and control over the quality and quantity of pro- motional exposure. And he urge "drift" into a the use of drugs is harmful. Professional and governmental controls have had to be placed doctors not to situation where and received many good wishes from board members, who expressed appreciation lor her services. SEASON END SALE STARTS THIS WEDNESDAY, JULY 5th GENUINE SAVINGS THROUGHOUT THE STORE ON DRESSES GOWNS COATS SUITS SPORTSWEAR PANT SUITS CASUAL OUTWEAR SHOP and SAVE at 328 7th ST. S. 617 4th AVE. S. BINGO LETHBRIDGE FISH I GAME ASSOC. IN THE EAGLES HALL 13th St. N. JACKPOT 57 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 1 JACKPOTS (4lh, 8th and IN 7 NUMBERS NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave. S. Phono 327-5767 HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CALL 328-28GO FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. i. SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL toU of mending to do? A wedding toon? A yen io ba creative? Rent and Sew with a gOrgeeui KENMORE ZIG ZAG from Simpions-Sears. Telephone 328-9231 Or Drop In At Simpsons-Sears, Centre Village Mall For Complete Deta Hi You know, I kinda hale lo leave. I'll never get this kind of service at home. OFFICE FURNITURE POST OFFICE BOX 938 tETHBRIDGE, AlBERTA tower Levnl 7lh Slrnet Shopping Mall 316 7lh Si. Soulh Phono 328-7411 Prtiidnnl STAN WORBOYS You always do better at LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 55 NUMBERS OR IESS (Increaiing ent number per week until wen) lil GAME 150 JACKPOT 5lh GAME J35 (X) lOlh GAME JACKPOT IN 50 NUMBERS FREE BUS SERVICE HOME AFTER BINGO MEMORIAL HAIL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGI Children under 16 no! allowed Sponsored by Ladies Auxiliary lo Canadian Ltflwi SAVES YOU MONEY ON... Cool off In comfort rhis tummer. Save en these timely buyi In olr eondilioneri there's one for every possible requirement for the homel TRAVELAIRE ROOM COOLERS Model 736 single fpetd EACH............... 44 ,95 TRAVELAIRE ROOM COOLERS Model 866 2 speed, walnut finish. ONLY, EACH......... AIRKING 20 INCH 3 SPEED FANS ONLY SUPER QUIET 12 INCH 3 SPEED OSCILLATING FAN ONLY RCA AIR CONDITIONERS Feature 3 ipeed fan with outDmatic thermostat, deluxe wolnut front grill work 6000 BTU k.95 8000 8TU L95 239- 349 BTU 1.95 CONVENIENT TERMS AVAILABLE! Open Daily till p m. (except Friday and Saturday till p.m DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd AVI. i. Phono 357-5767 ;