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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, March It, 1973 THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD _ 21 10 SERVICES AND REPAIRS KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETH- DRIDGE lli-ml. C3MMI MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER- vice! on all makes ol wMtiers and drven, or Also small appliances, lawn powers. Irons, vacuum cleaners, tie. no loo loo large or too small. LETHBRIDOE APPLIANCE. SOS 3rd Ave. S.-Phone C735WI 84 GARDENING TOP SOIL AND WELL ROTTED MA- nure. Phone 87H-II TREES PRUNED OR REMOVED BY qualified pruncrs. Free Reasooable. Phons -1 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ Agencies Limited College Mall. Phone 378-3331 Trie widest facility avaUnble. We con- sider ALL TYPES of mortgage Loans. MORTGAGES Alt Types of mortgage (Inanchg: In until towns acreaw rww and old homes call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Aw. South, C77B-H LANDSCAPING AMD SALES AND MOVING OF LARGER TYPE TREES. SPRUCE TREE PHONE FARMS LTD. LLOYD'S TREE TRIMMING SERVICE trimming, trees trimmed or removed. For prompl service MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimates. Pruning, uimming and.'j-''; TO OR MORE Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams Amount i CAVJNS PUT IN AND ODD JOBS dene. Phone 327-6143. RUBBISH HAULED, YARDS CLEAN- ed. Manure tor sale. Reasonable rales. R. Anderson, HALF TON WILL TRAVEL FOR Tree 1r1mming and yard cleaning. Phone 377-8962. Free Paymenli 76.75 K.a-Ja S 63.71 t 13.Wi M2U2J ILVk Above examples based an i 15 year amortization TERMS 9 Up to 21 year amortization with a guaranleed renewable term. :Mo hidden charges. Available fcr home purchase, ren uvariwis, debt consolldalion, vaca- tion or any other reasonable pur- pose. Fcr furlher details phone or vhlt us at Cdlcga Shopping Mail, Lethbrloge Alberia. TsicpnonB 52H.23S1. YOU DO BETTER WITH EXPERIENCED MONEY FROM C.A.C. Realty Limited Subsidiary of CANADIAN CORPORATION LIMITED ACCEPTANCE DRIED GROUND MANURE, IN PLAS- tlce bags each. Free delivery. Phone coalhurst Greenhouse, W-9S30. FOR SALE, TREES -WHITE Spruce from six to eight feet high. 57.50 each. 3J7-953C Coalhurst Grf Did you know you can rent Rot oil tiers Lawn Combers Aerators Lawn Sweepers Post Kola Augers Hedge Trimmers Chain Saws Lawn Edgers Wheel barrows Paint Sprayers Camper Jacks Cement Mixers Cement Trcv-ols Ladders WARDS SERVICES LTD. 1712 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-8775 7 a.m. 7 DEATHS FUNK Passed away in the city on Monday, March 28, 1973, Mr. Jacob John Funk at the age of 82 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Margaret Funk ot (arrange- ments will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C8291 ELT.LES Passed away in the city on Sunday, March 25, 1973, following a brief illness, Mr. "Percy" Samuel Buries at the age of 93 years, of 1507 Gth Avenue "A" North, beloved hus- band of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Buries. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com- pleted. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C3290 90 CONTRACTS FOR RUMPJS ROOMS, KITCHEN cupboards, Phone B. males. ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANO- KG. PHONE JONES ROOFINO. MS- 5745, DO YOU MEED A RUMPUS ROOM, cupboards, rcmodalllng or repairs In AUSTIN Wallace, passed away in Magrath on Saturday, March Mtli, 1073, at the age of 81 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Pearl Austin of Magrath. Funeral services will be held in the Magrath L.D.S. Chapel on Wednesday, March 28th at 2 p.m., with Bishop L. B. Tan- your home? Phone M8-2I3I. E L GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Conduction. TOi Ave. S. Phone 327-6082. C7377-1I Open p.m. Except Sundays and Holidays 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES IARG6 FARM" FRESH EGGS, cheap. 762-3765, Ravmrnd. If no answer or busy please try again, FRED STE1MER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. In- sured, free eslimales. Phone 337-8286. GARAGES, CUPBOARDS, RUMPUS' roams All your remodelling needi. job too smell. Free estimates. DEATH I1EAP Marvin Roscoe Tuber, passed away in Leth- bridge on Saturday, March 24th, 1973, at the age of 74 years, be- loved husband of Mrs. Jenny Heap Taber. Mr. Heap was torn in Holdcn, Utah April 2nd, 1898 and came to Canada at the age of four years, settling in Magrath, where he resided un- lil 1952 when he moved to Leth- bridge, where he. lived until re- tiring from the 77 Oil Co., whei he moved to Taber to reside ii the senior citizens home am where he was residing at (he time of his passing. Survivors besides his loving 'vife includa one daughter, Sharley Hill of Calgary six two sons, Vester of Victor! and Bob of Seattle, Wash. seven grandchildren and i great-grandchild; tour sisters Mrs. Elva Barker of Lclh bridge, Mrs. Jenny Forsythe o Cardslou, Mrs. Merinda Wy man of North Surrey, B.C. anrJ Mrs. Clara Bassett of Cody Wyoming; three step-sons, thre step-daughters and 16 step grandchildren. Funeral service will be held in the Christense Chanel (327 lOlh St. S.) on Ti ner officiating. Interment will follow in the Magrath Ceme- tery. CHR1STENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Dir- ectors of Funeral Service. C8295 111MF C AND J EQUIPMENT COMPAC; lion and concrete equipment, Bobcat leaders, heaters. Phone 32B-W5. H10 InH Ave. S. CUHHt HEAVY YOUNG ROASTING HENS. Pan ready- per paur.d. Discount or. doien lots. Fryers, cuslcm killing Helmuth Dyck, C75354I 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES AMERICAN SPITZ FOR SALE. REG- Istered. Will be good watchdog, prone BOX NUMBERS 2 B 9 10 31 33 37 53 S9 41 M 6! 73 75 79 97 9? 103 Uw 107 PL) BUG" NOTICES BLACK LAB PUPPIES. TOP BLOOD lints. Jim Tavlor Phone 315-3691. ENGLISH POINTER HUNTING DOGS. monlh old females at each; year old temales at SIM each. year eld msla a! S2M. All well along in training Prairie Kennels, Lctnbrldga. Phone 328-J913. FUEL TENDER County of Lethfcrldge No. U hereby calls Tender lor supply ot Gasclme Dissct Fuel present year, spcclfiealions available 8t the County Atfice 214 13th St. South, Lfithtmdge. Council reserves right to reject any or all tenders. Tenders to be filed at the County Office on or before p.m. Arxil 10, 1973. tsior.eci) W. R. Madill, Manager County 01 Lethbrldrje No. U 2U !3th Street south, Lethbrldga, Alberla. esday, March 27th at 2 p.m with Bishop Donald Fisher o ficialing. Interment will folio in the Taber Memorial Garden ClffilSTENSEN SALMON Fl NERAL HOME LTD., Directo of Funeral Services. C82 THE LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT KENNEL CLUB reminds Purebred ovmers that: DOG SHOW ENTRIES CLOSE APRIL 3rd For the April list and 22nd Shows and Obedience Trials. Forms may still be obtained from the Shew Secretary: Mrs, Diane Blackmer Box 1101, Coaldale Phone 345-450B (after 6 p.m.) John, passed away in the city on Fri- day, March 23, 1973, at the age of 48 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Sweetgrass of the Blood Reserve. Besides his lov- ing wife he is survived by four sons, Clifford, Harvey, Herman and Jimmy; five daughters, Molly, Verna, Isabel, Irrna and Nora and his mother, Mrs. Mary Slabdown. Requiem Mass ml! bs celebrated on Wednes- day, March 28, 1973 at a m in SI. Catherine's Catholic Church at Standoff, with Father J. Regnier as celebrant. Inter- ment will follow in the Stand- off Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C8293 E DAIN RESEARCH: Canada heroin problem 4 serious' CARDS OF THANKS ROMANCHUK I wish. 10 thank the doctors and nurses 97hr> aiter tne so well wMle I was a patient in the Municipal Hospital. Also I would like to thank ray relatives and friends for the flowers, gifts, cards and visits. May God bless you all. By JEFF CARP.UTIIERS Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA After almost four ears of research and careful lought, the LeDain Commis- on of Inquiry into the Non- edical Use of Drugs has con- uded that the heroin problem n Canada is "serious" and ex. anding rapidly and tlial opiate maintenance of some ind offers the best approach at iis time" in treating heroin ad iction in this country. In its up-coming final report ow scheduled to be made pub c in June, five-member Le- )ain Commission recommend lat Canada should experimcn vith heroin s, giving heroin legally to ad as a should experiment with in (ravenous methadone that is Diving the synthetic opiate b needle as a substitute for hci oin. At the same time, and as soon as possible, the govern- ment should aggressively ex- pand its present legal oral me- iiadone maintenance program methadone by pill instead of by so that in a year or two it reaches the maximum number of Canada's estimated heroin addicts possible, the commission strongly urges. C a r e f u 11 y-controlled ex- periment at ion with legal heroin and "methadone by needle" treatment is urgently needed on this continent, the commission argires strongly. Such treat- ment, in the view of the com- missioners, is a definite possi- bility if heroin addiction is to lie tackled effectively and fully. It is close to being a definite probability, the commissioners believe. The LeDain Commission gram. The number on meth- adone is estimated at between to out of a total esti- mated addict population of The report notes that some experts believe methadone maintenance under suitable controls should be capable of reaching from 40 to 50 per cent of the heroin addicts. Some of these samo experts, the report adds, believe heroin mainte- nance might attract up to 80 per cent of the addict popu- lation. Commission members all seem to agree that even legal lieroin would not attract all ad- dicts to treatment, since some addicts are in fact addicted to more than the drug; they seem to bo addicted to the "needle ritual" and to the "hustle on the street" to get funds to buy illicit heroin. Two '.hings should be stressed about the LeDain Commission's planned recommendations abotr legal heroin treatment ex- perimentation: The five com missioners have markedly dif the addicts to treatment who would not be otherwise at- tracted merely by methadone, either oral or Intravenous. This in turn would reduce dramati- cally the market demand for il- licit heroin and, it is hoped, would dry up the flourishing il- licit market, they suggest. At the same time, these commis- sion members realize the costs of such a "catchement" treat- ment program would be high nd that the proposal of sup- some heroin addicts for legally might be repugnant and even rejected) by many members ot society. On the other side are commis- ion members Dr. Heinz Leh mann, a Montreal psychologist J. FKIET Siiiii, an Edri is valuable, the commission says it cannot be relied upon to make a sufficient Impact on tho problem. The report also raises a num- ber of questions it hopes domes- tic experimentation can answer with respect to heroin and in- travenous methadone mainte- lance: many more addicts could be treated if heroin maintenance is allowed? And how many of these addicts could te switched eventually to methadone and perhaps even to drug abstinence? How many would remain legal heroin ad- die Is all their lives? effect does legal her- oin therapy, have on the ability CHEMICAL TENDER Tenders undersigned fcllo.vlng: M received for the supply 45 gal. drums L.V. 9A rK, will fct received by the wan- of Leth'crfdge No. !i. th Street Sooth, LelhWidse, up to o'clxk p.m., Thursday, April 12th, 73. Tendt !h2ll te accompanied by .Teriilied cheque in the amount of or a bid bond lor Ntfi cf the 'aitable to hsll and Engin- ers, fith Street South, Lelhbrtdge -t of a cheque for tSO.OO, and i'i "c displayed at Ihe Construction offices in Lelhbridge and Blgary. Tenders will be submilled In accord jlti the rules of rhe Alberta through the Lethbnoge iranch. The lowest or fender nol ecessarily accepted. JANKE Passed away sud- denly in Blairmore on Satur- day, March 24, 1973, Mr. Ed- ward Janke at the age ol 39 years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Janke of Hardie- ville. Born and raised in white Russia, the late Mr. Janke came to Canada ki 1952 to Picture Butle, moved to Hardieville hi 1953 and was working in a coal mine in the Crowsnest Pass at the time o! his passing. Be- sides his loving parents, he is survived by one sister, Mrs. G. (Wanda) Aitchison of Leth- bridge, and two brothers, Mr Emil Janke in Ontario and Adolf Janke of Fort McMurray The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 3 p.m. in Mar- tin'Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. M. Taubensee officiating. Inter- ment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respscls at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 7C3 13th N., phone 328-2361, MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. 9243 GARDNER I woulc.1 like to my doctors for the won- derful care I received during my stay in St. Michael's Hos- pital, also the nurses and staff >f No. Two Main. Thank 'you to my doctors, nurses and staff of the Taber Hospital; also rel- atives, friends, A.G.T. Taber Canadian Legion Taher Branch for gifts, flowers, cards, phone calls. All this WES ver; much appreciated. Gardner. 9281 Tony named C8289 By WILLIAM GLOVER views are based in very large measure on commission studies of the much-discussed and (it would seem) much-misunder- stood British approach to heroin irealment. In Great Britain, heroin and intravenous meth- adone are legally available lo the country's addicts under medical trcciment. In North America, only oral metbadone is legally available. But Canada (or the United States) cannot afford to make a decision on whether to allow hsroin or intravenous metha- done tbsrapy based on the Brit- ish experience, the commission argues. Canada must find out for herself whether and how these types of treatments work. What are the advantages and what are the penalties? Would society be willing to pay the costs, considering the benefits? Canadians must get away from discussing and arguing about legal heroin treatment based solely on "plain rheloric" and based on other peoples ex- periences, one commissioner said bluntly. Inslead, the coun- try must gather its own evi- dence on which to make its own decisions. In tho view of Ihe members of the commission, the most im- portant single question that tra answered is whether an addict on heroin (or ferent views on just how far down the road to heroin mainte- nance Canada will in fact wan to travel, and for wiiat reasons and a cautious suggestion fo such experimentation was mad in the commission's drug treat report last year. That suggestion, by the was was rejected almost imme- diately by the government. Th then-federal health minisfe John Munro explained that til rejection was in large measur a result of the commission own uncertainty and internal d vision about the suggestion. But things have changed markedly since that drug treat- ment report, almost a year ago. The estimated number of ad- dicts in Canada has more than doubled. The heroin problem continues to spread from the original enclave of Vancouver to other parts of British Colum. bia and into Alberta and has lately _ appeared in southern Ontario writh increasing fre- quency. And heroin convictions have, jumped significantly again. Thus, despite marked and continuing differences of views cial worker, and chairman Ger- ald LeDain. They agree that leroin maintenances seems to lave a number of major at- .ractions, the largest one being "attraction factor." But the commissioners are considerably more cautious and in many ways more negative towards heroin maintenance. And they are concerned about doing con- trolled experiments to see whether some their fears are in fact valid in the Canadian context. Mr. Stein is most concerned about the harm heroin mainte- nance might do to the aim in Canada of rehabilitating opiate addicts. And chairman LeDain suggests that tho medical pro- fesson in Canada does not want to be saddled with the responsi- bility of heroin treatment. He notes that addicts can be very persuasive individuals and that doctors allowed to'provide her- oin would be subjected lo tre- mendous pressures to give ad- dicts heroin instead of meth- adone. The commission members all agree that opiate maintenance cf sri individual io function "O; in any form, does not offer a "cure" for opiate addiction Methadone is just as addictive FARM FOR SALE Tender! will be accepted until 13 I'clock r.oon en 3D yAar. 73 for the >urchase of all or Eny cf Ihe following creels of land subject to ajs'jmplion if any R.E.A. or Gas Liens. 1. WVi l-ll-H-WM 2. HE36 10.13-WJ Containing approximately J4S acres, 443 acres cultivalcd, 113 acres Irri- gated. Tentfe.-s both fcr cash and errr-s at inlercs! v.'ilt te cansidar- rd. Each ler.Cer mi-st ra eccMnp.-.nifd by a certified cheque 1Q> cf tne unt cf tender and Ihs bal- ance cf the ourclisse orice Jhall te ild 03 days alter aecepl3r.ce cf ths l-jndcr unlers ether arrange- ments are entered into. for a rrvortgage loan ..orr, clioible farmers will t- conslif. ered. Tor further dstails contact the orfi.-e of the Farm Credit Corporation at Tha depxif of shall by Jhe successful tenderer If he re- fuses to complete the purchase aller acceptance cf his tender. Cheques cl unsuccessful tenderers will tean McMullin of Lethbridge; our sisters, Mrs. Sam Edythe) Fairbanks of LaCan- ada, Calif., Mrs. Grant Haws of Rainier, Alta., Mrs. Jack (Doris) Gray of Tabsr and Mrs. Vcrle (Ron-ena) Mel- Irum of Raymond. Mrs. Bui- 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS farmers-Merchonls Trust 309 7lh SI. S. Phono 328-5548 Instructor seeks Tory nomination CALGARY (CP) Neil Web- ber, a 36-year-flld mathematics instructor at Mount Royal lege, has announced he wil seek the Progressive Conserva live nomination for the Ca! gary-Foothills riding. ock was predeceased by her husband on May 1st, 1971 and two sons. Brent in 1942 and Robert in 1964. Funeral ser- vices will be held in the Barn- well L.D.S. Chapel on Wednes- day, March 28th st 2 p.m., with Bisrop Marlin Anderson offi- ciating. Interment will follow hi the family plot in the Barn- well Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects from 1 p.m. prior lo the service in the Re- lief Society room of the church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C4292 NEW YORK (AP) way's annual Tony awards were capped with a selection of A Little Night Music as the best musical and That Championship Ssascn ES the best play of the 1972-73 theatre year. Top tropliies for performance to melody shows went Sunday night to Glynis Jolins in the winning production and to Ben Vereen of Pippin, which ran a nip-and-tuck race with the vic- tor for most awards. The final score: Music, 6; Pippin, S. The stellar-dramatic-acling silver medallions were taken by Julie Harris for her work in a long-departed exhibit, The Last of Mrs. Lincoln, and to Alan Bates for his limited engage- ment appearance in Butley. Bates, who like Miss Johns is British, broke a 26-year Tony awards tradition by being (he first winner rot present. He was absent because of a London commitment. Nominees in each category are picked by a committee rep- resenting the League cf New York Thealrcs and voted by 439 representatives of theatrical crafts and the press. AWARD SETS RECORD The victory of A Little Night Music brought producer Harold Prince his llth Tony as either impresario or director, most ever collected by one person. The musical's other nere for best score. Steohen Sondheim; best book. even intravenous methadone) can function effectively and ac- ceptably in society. The cor- rollary lo the question is the is- sue of whether society is willing to support some addicts on le- gal heroin all their lives, it turns out that some addicts can only be addicts and cannot "rehabilitated." Another important question the commission regards needs answering concerns the "draw- ing potential" for the various types of opiate maintenance. How many addicts can the present methadone-by-pill legal treatment attract at best? How more addicts could in- travenous methadone treatment attract? Finally, how many of the total addict population could legally-available heroin attract for treatment? As expected, the commission members all have different views about (he advanlages and disadvantages of legal heroin treatment and about Ihe ulti- mate need for such treatment. But in the final report, they all agree about the need for an ex- periment, to start sorting out tte myths from the truths about opiate maintenance programs in the Canadian context. As generally envisioned by the commission, the ex- within the commission, the rec- ommendation in favor of ex- panding the present oral meth- adone program and ex- perimenting with heroin and in- travenous methadcrje is consid- erably stronger in (lie final re- port. It is in fact a dation to clear up liie many doubts and concerns, in con- trast to a carefully-guarded suggestion a year ago as a re- sult of these concerns. There are two main concerns within the commission relating to this issue, and as a con- sequence there seem fo be two schools of thought within the commission (in a simplified Commission members Marie- Andree Bert rand and Ian Campbell seem to be concerned first and foremost with counter- acting the illicit market in opiates. They are therefore most optimistic among Ihe com- mission members about the need and desirability of legal- ized heroin treatment under carefully controlled circum- stances. They believe heroin treatment will attract most of as lieroin and, when given in- travenously, it produces just as much of a "kick" as heroin (wliich is almost always taken The commission warns that even experimenting with heroin is a dangerou thing, since all that may be a the end of the heroin addiction road is a lifetime of addiction I methadone. The commission has con eluded that opiate maintenanc must only be regarded as one o a number of ways of frcalin heroin addiction. And eve though at present melhadon maintenance offers the best ap- proach for treatment, Ihe com mission members all agree tha more of the "personal" elemen is needed in treating the addii and helping return him sociely. Chairman LeDain notes the "the desire to give up the dm is only the beginning and only part of the problem; there satisfactory work to be foun new personal relationships to 1 formed, and new interests life to be developed." The final report also co dudes that tlie rigorous ther peuttc community, which ain at eventual total abstinence ar uses group interactive therap is only suitable for a very situ proportion of the opiate depen ent at mo maliy ih society? Some com- mission members point to tho doctors and other professionals who are heroin addicts yet who seem to function without being delected. And what effect does methadone have? One commis- sion member notes that addicts being trealed with legal meUi- adone drive cars and hold re- sponsible jobs, even though next to nothing is known about tne effects of the drug on such things as driving. the so-called heroin crdose deaths really a prob- m associated with the needle" intravenous injections, many experts now suspect? d if EO, could such deaths be evented in legal intravenous eroin or methadone treatment Is it just a matter of a sterile needle and itainted drug? some addicts addicted the "needle ritual" and to .tstling on the street for her- m? How are they treated? there a significant psy- nological difference between and heroin laintenance, as some experts laintaining? Both are used in Ireat Britain. The commission notes tnat he British are starting to test ome of these hypotheses out as part of their legalized heroin- nethadone treatment program. But will the British ex- eriments and the British an- wers be applicable in Canada? Next in Ihe Series: The Brit- sli Heroin Treatment Truth, Fiction and Appli- 10 par cent. While the approach' (ions. Malaria strikes Camuliaii camp SAIGON (CP) The first case of malaria among Cana- dian members of the Inter- national Commission of Control and Supervision (ICCS) was re- ported today by Maj. J. P. Ve- zina of Quebec City, medical of- ficer with the Canadian ICCS team. Vezina said Ibat Maj. Henry Vos, 30, of Winnipeg has been infected wilh the disease and placed in hospital. Another hospital case is John Ross of Ottawa, suffering from infectious hepatitis. Both officers were stationed at Due Co, Viet Cong territory about 200 miles northwest ot SaigM. They had been living in a bamboo hut oa packed ra- FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST LTD. EXECUTIVE SPECIAL Wheeler; test musical support- ing actress, Patricia Elliott; and costumes. Florence Klotz. Runner-up Pippin, besides the Vereen award, earned two Tonys for Bob Fosse as director and choreorrraoher; scenic de- sign, Tony Walion; and lighting, Jules Fisher. Fosse has won five Tonys previously. That Championship Season, written by Jason ItUler, also captured ilie best drama direc- tor prize tor A. J. Antocn, Tho show was produced by Joseph Papp, who last year shared glory for producing both the best play and best musical. periments would be carefully- controlled, would involve ad- dicts in separate but similar communities being trealed with the different forms of opiates (oral nicthadone, intravenous methadone and and probably would last at least a year or least until the present oral methadone pro- gram is maximized. The commission believes that Canada at present is "still far from beginning to realize the potential for mctbadone mainte- referring to the present legal oral meLhadcne program. It eslimnels that at present, "probably less than 10 per cent of the heroin dependent popu- lation has been placed on meth- adone" under Canada's strict methadono maintenance pro- Beautifully finished, 4 bedrooms, 2Vi baths, dining room, large family room, tundeclf, 2 car garago and many more features, CALL T fm AGNES DAVIDSON OFFICE HUGH LAYCOCK 328-4161 328-5548 327-9325 LISTINGS ALL REAL ESTATE SERVICES SALES ;