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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Thursde y Jun* 10, 1971 Cabinet okays appointment of AD AC director EDMONTON (CF) - The cabinet today confirmed the appointment of William Wacko, 48, as executive director of the Alberta Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Commission. Mr. Wacko is a research and training officer with the provincial human resources development authority and is on loan to the Indian Association of Alberta'. A native Albertan, he served ,v i t h the Ontario Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Foundation far nine years before returning to the province in the early 1960s. TELEPHONE COUNT There are about 36,050 telephones in Ethiopia. PESTICIDE RULE Western Canadian Seed Processors Ltd. Lethbridge has asked its growers not to use DDT, Dieldrin or Chlorodane as a control pesticide for the flea beetle as these substances have the possibility of leaving a residue on the harvested seed. Powell heads probe for vocational school CRANBROOK (Special)-Rising above special interests of communities, Cranbrook and Kimberley committees for establishment of an East Koo-tenay vocational school have merged. The minister of education has consented to consider a survey of need for this separate post-secondary training school. June 22 has been named by the minister for presentation by the joint committee oi which Ron Powell of Cranbrook, is chairman. Brief advisors will be ac- countant Max Tenenbein and lawyer Robert Apps of Kimberley. Other committee members are East Kootenay Labor Council secretary Wayne Stone; school superintendents Percy Pullinger, Cranbrook-Fernie, and A. C. Rutledge, Kimberley-Windermere; industrial commissioners Ken Mc-Teer, Kimberley and Bruce McDonald, Cranbrook; Frank Aikin, Kimberley Chamber, and Mrs. Sophie Pierre representing the five Kootenay Indian bands. SIMPSONS-SEARS HAS ALL KINDS OF GIFTS FOR ALL KINDS OF DADS JiiiM?,2(.)J 5 Handsome Men's Summer Lightweight Dress Slacks Reg. $16.98 to $19.98 12 .99 each Now's your chance to save on these fine fashion right, lightweight dress slacks. Our large selection includes plains and fancy stripes in flare or straight leg styling. Sharp full top pockets and wide belt loop for the now look of wide belts. Wool and wool blend fabrics with permanently set crease for a smart appearance. Grey, gold, green, beige, brown. Sizes 28 to 38. All the latest colours, styles in PERMA-PREST Sport Shirts Reg. to $6.00 NOW Find something up-to-date for mem of all ages. Smart short sleeved sport shirts are now going at a saving. Choose from solids, stripes or prints. Asstd. colours. Size: SM.IXL. teleshop 328-6611 Put Togethers  .  Wool twills and wool worsteds combined in very fashion right jacket and slack sets 49 99 Make a self-assured fashion choice from our superb single breasted with button-down flaps. Slacks have full top pocket and flare bottoms. Grip Tex gives neater shirt appearance. Patterns: plains, checks and stripes. Solid and compound colours in greys, blues, browns, greens, golds and whites. Sizes 36-46. (c) Single breasted. (d) Double breasted. (e) Fane/ single breasted. STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 cm. to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village. Teleshop 328-6611 Se;i,s f^Xe^/f^rii<4fote ;