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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Tranquilizer Crackdown Maj Emerge From Kei J O n OTTAWA (CP) A crack- down on prescribed drugs such as tranquilizcrs and sleeping pills could be one result ot the LeDain commission report on non-medical drug use. The interim report, tabled in Parliament Friday, also recom- mends a systematic study to de- termine w h e t Ii e r over-the- counter anlihis- tamines, cough and cold rem- edies, analgesics, etc." arc hazardous enough to warrant sale by prescription only. IN CALGARY STAY AT THE ATLANTA MOTEL WHERE YOU ARE A STRANGER ONtY ONCEl Q 45 Modern and Deluxe Units Bridal Suite Free TV and Ice Dial Phones in all units O Minutes from Downtown- Shopping Centre- Stampede Grounds 9 Moderate Rates Phone 243-4651 3630 MACLEOD TRAIL The Canadian Medical Asso- ciation and the College of Phar- macists of Quebec Province fold the Commission that "prolonged use cf some containing known to have resulted in kidney dis- ease in some cases." Tiie commission also hits "loose" prescription writing habiis by doctors, patient abuse of prescribed drugs and the cur- rent prescription recording sys- tem. "If someone wants to take a certain drug for non-medical reasons, he may build up a sup- ply by obtaining prescriptions from several different physi- the report says. "Or he may persuade some- one else to obtain a prescription on his behalf." To prevent such practices, the report recommends that: physician ho required to record his medical licence ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Denial Mechanic Metropolitan Blag. 328-4095 HENDERSON PARK Pi .JUNE to p.m. FEATURING AREA If Sponsored by: PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE WATCH TV SPEOAIS CFCN TV CHANNEL 13 LETHBRIDGE Every Sunday A.M. A.M. ONE NIGHT ONLY EXHIBITION PAVIUON EXHIBITION GROUNDS IETHBRIDGE THURSDAY, JULY 2nd PM-ADMISSION FREE number and Uic patient's social msurance number un ail pre- scriptions, "rendering forgery more dil'l'iculL and allowing posi- tive idcnlilicatiou by the author- ities lor record analysis." presenting a phy- sician's to drug- gist be required to present Ins social insurance number, which would be noted on the prescrip- tion itself. medical licen- sing bodies implement an edu- cation program for physicians on the hazards of the "easy pill." Currently, all prescriptions for controlled drugs are rec- orded by a branch of the federal food and drug directorate in Ot- tawa "but there is no effective system of record analysis." the directorate only receives reports on pre- scriptions for certain opiate nar- cotics and controlled drugs. "The present system does not include reports of tranquillizer prescriptions, although these psychotropre drugs are among the most widely used of all drugs, both medically and non- mech'cally." The report says that it is in- advisable to prescribe stimu- lants or sedatives for periods of more than two or three weeks, since any accumulation of such drugs by the patient is consi- dered potentially dangerous." There is the risk of overdose, accidental or deliberate, and that of inducing psychological or physical dependency. EXPANDS HIGHWAYS Preparing for an expected in- flux of fairgoers dur- ing Expo '70's six-month run, Osaka, Japan, has expanded its i highway network. One 12-lanc expressway soars 60 feet above the ground and is supported at one point by a four-storey office building Saturday, Juno 20, 1970 THE LETHCIilDGE HERALD 7 HKCKIVK HO.NTS When Hie brothers sold the first military airplane to the United States government in lOOil, they were paid for the wood and fabric craft. They also received a bonus for exceeding by seven miles the specified speed of 40 miles an hour, PHILIPS COLOR TV IKfK'e RADIO a TV JMIEV S 302 13lh St. N. GERMAN CANADIAN ClUB 9lh Ave. and 6th St. N. BURRO REPLACES LIMOUSINE Klondike Mike, Bob Breen of Edmonton', Alta., leads his burro from Nathan Phillips Squars after a visit 1o Toronto's mayor William Dennison. The visit was to publicize Edmonton's Klondike Days festival next month. CALGARY (CP) Hover scout crews will use the latest television techniques in a pro- ject to better determine the role of Boy Scouts of Canada in downtown Calgary. Doug Allen, a director of the Calgary Scout Council, said the crews wilt use videotape equip- ment to secure opinions from boys, parents, developers, case workers, police and others who work and live in the inner city. 'We would like to determine Southern Alberta Ssimmer Games City Of Lethbridga .Area Eliminations WHERE: WHOOP-UP SADDLE GROUNDS WHEN: JULY Hth, 1970 P.M. WHO MAY COMPETE: Any resident of the City of LethSsridge CATEGORIES OF COMPETITION: A. 11 years and under C. 17 years 21 years B. 12 years 16 years D. 22 years and over All above age classifications as of August 10th, 1970 EVENTS: English High Jump- Course Jump- Gamblers Choice- English Western Equestrian- Western Indoor Trail- Reining Cand D Classes" A and B Classes C and B Classes A, B, C, D, Classes A and B Classes B, C, D, Class C and D Class Registration forms for the above events may be obtaineef at the Community Summer Program Office in the Yates Centre, from June 22nd, between the hourj of and noon and from p.m. fo p.m. All entries must be returned lo the Community Summer Program Office by no later than July 3rd, 1970. ENTRY FEE: 16 years and under 25c per event 17 years and over 50c per event SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE GOOD GUYS AND THE BAD GUYS" in technicolor, starring Robert Mitchum and George Kennedy. Saturday, June 20. Shows at and p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "OLIVER" in technicolor, starring Mark Lester and Oliver Reed, One of the all-time great movies Winner of 6 Academy Awards. Saturday, June 20. Shows at and p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "SWEET CHARITY" in technicolor, starring Shirley Mac- Laine. Saturday, June 20. Show at p.m. Adult. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "FOR LOVE OF IVY" in color, starring Sidney Poitier. Saturday and Sunday, June 20 and 21. Show each night at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "FROM NASHVILLE WITH MUSIC" ill color, starring Don Gibson and Buddy Alan. Saturday, June 20. nt and p.m. Family. TABER Sky Vue Drive-ln 'THE TROUBLE WITH GIRLS" in color, starring Elvis Presley. Plus selected short subjects. Saturday, June 20. Show starls at dusk. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "KIIAKATOA. EAST OF JAVA" in technicolor, starring Maximilian Schcll, Diane Baker and Brian Keith. Satur- day and Monday, June 20 and 22. Saturday shows at and p.in. Family. Get more out of life Tako the family fo a movie if scouting is viable to boys liv- ing in the downtown core of a large metropolitan Mr. Allen said in a news release. "Scouting has never been too successful in the inner city for a variety of reasons, but per- haps the most important prob- lem is that our traditional ap- proaches are not meaningful in tiii.s setting. "If there is a need for scout- ing in the inner city our ap- proaches and methods will have to be adapted to meet these needs, which could be far from the traditional approach." Dick Young, district commis- sioner for the Elbow River dis- trict, in which Calgary's inner CAPITOL THEATRE 80 Steps to Moon Zero Last complete PARAMOUNT THEATRE Man Called Short Last complete Friday COLLEGE CINEMA Johnny Short Last complete GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Alaskan Ice Station One complete city is contained, said "that as well as testing the need for in- ner city scouting, we would be determining existing and future boys programs of other agen- cies, organizations and govern- ment, population projections, development trends, and e study of future funding meth- ods of inner cily work." WHICH OF THESE 4 FASCINATING RADIO-TV CAREERS INTERESTS YOU? P disc jockey D newscaster D sportscaster D commercial announcer FREE VDICE ANALYSIS TELLS YOU IFYOU HAVE "HIDDEN The exciting, rewarding 'ife cf a broadcast personality is the dream of thousands of people who possess hidden talent and need only good training. Our directing Faculty of 10 famous broadcasters has helped men and women of all ages and backgrounds discover Ihelr poten- tial in broadcasting. TRAIN At HOME ORINOUR MODERN, FULLY-EQUIPPED STUDIO SCHOOL You are able lo study broadcasting Techniques cither at your spare at our studio school fn Toronto. Exciting training assignments lake you (with your tape recorder) right to the scene of sporting end news events where you learn fcy IMMEDIATE DEMAND fOR TRAINED TV stations everywhere; need botfi Men and women lo taka over Sant, good-paying jobs right now. Tha combination of our Intensive train- ing and nationwide placement sistanco can open ilia door to thesa excellent positions for you! Ke analysis details. TNTER'NAfiONAL" CAREER ACADEMY! OF CANADA tTD. S Xing Slrccl East, Toronto 2, Ontario 06LAH229 Phone (416) 363.694X I want In inow If f navf MoadcastinE polcntial woilh Wcaso 5 rusn me more information. n Asa Music by FIORINO'S ORCHESTRA HALL IS AIR CONDITIONED MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS SHOWING THE MAN HIS WORLD HIS MUSIC! WE turn-in nui-imm MTHUI FAMILY Man. thru Wed. 3 Sliovjs Dally Matinee 2.15 .Evening 7.QO and MOW SHOWING PARAMOUNT THEATRE COMMENCING MONDAY MATINEE DAILY One show 1 shows and p.m. pS3 i B PAKWISION'TECHNICOLOR" HDULT gllii ENTERTAINMENT NEXT ATTRACTION YftlJD WAiflifW' IN lUuK vVAIsUN COLOR JEAN SEBERG "ICE STATION ZEBRA" CO'IOR ROCK HUDSON JIM BROWN PLUS 'lit In color "ALASKAN ESKIMO STARTS MONDAY f BOB HOPE ISTHE-GURU" JACKIE GLEASON RUNS A HIPPY HAVEN IN THIS WILD COMEDY FOR THE YOUNGER GENERATION and wait 'til you hear the "COMFORTABLE BOB JACKIE HOPE GLEASON HI MAK1SAGE" Gates open p.m. One complete show 9 p.m. SECOND FEATURE City Zone Province Interested In Q homo study D studio training ADULT "A THRIUEfl m THE 'BABY JANE' r, Guatino, N.Y. Csilj Keiw Color Rosemary Forsyfh ;