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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Akolwlism office now two men Ily JIM MAVIIIK Herald Sliiff H'riln- Staff :il thi! offii'r of tlic Alberta Ak-tibolisin and Drug Abuse Commission lias been doubled there now aro two men in the office. N. J. S. (Norm) Cowie. super- visor of education and commu- nity services for tlie Calgary office, will take up similar duties in the Lethbridfie office June I. He joins Bob Hubbard. who established the LetMmdftt of- fice a year ago. Mr. Covic, who has hccn as- sociated with the government for six years in (he alcoholism and drag abuse fields, was in- slrumental in setting policy and establishing programming for Alberta's civil servants. He has also set up program- ming for such businesses as Gult Oil, Home Oil, Northwest- ern Utilities and the City of Calgary. His duties here will be main- ly in educating certain per- s'onnel in business and industry on the problems associated with alcoholism and other in- toxicants and assisting in es- tablishing programs to combat the costly and growing prob- lem. Mr. Cowie's services will be available to business and in- dustry management, union leaders, teachers and guidance counsellors, service clubs and other community groups. One of his object ives is to get community involvement and to pet local resource people help- ing lo combat the problems. Mr. Hubbard has been op- crating the l-elhbridge office by himself for a year now and is involved in treatment and counselling service. He has been involved in It-railing and counselling Leth- bridge and district alcoholics, j drug abuscrs and their families land" has been providing the same service for the courts and inmates of the Lethbridge Correctional Institution. All treatment and counselling services are of a confidential nature, he said in an interview, i and no other government agen- !cy. provincial or federal, has access lo files. The office, located at No. I. Metcalfe Building, phone 828- 1042, now is a centre for free information, treatment and re- ferrals. Considerable literature and films are available, free for! Ihe asking, on alcoholism and other intoxicants. Anyone with any questions or problems associated with .alcohol or other intoxicants, i directly or indirectly, is in- vited 'to contact the office. "Any contact with us is in the s I r'i c t e s t Mr. Hubbard stressed. Local book. ta Bob Hubbard and Norm Cowie combat intoxicants. WESTINGHOUSE On 13th St. N. YOU CAN'T MISS IT DON'T MISS IT, IF YOU MISS IT, YOU'VE MISSED IT 5 Days Only May 23-27 ONCE A YEAR VALUES Westinghouse 13 cu. ft. REFRIGERATOR Frost-Free OeFrott WITH TRADE LESS FOR CASH Compare YOU'LL BUY WESTINGHOUSE All Major Appliances Are Professionally Serviced By Westinghouse Factory Service NO MILEAGE CHARGES SMITH'S FOR Appli Ed Gftrmtl Smiih Plcttoll IETHBRIDGE Phono 328-6964 Coniad Mikn Pleltell Mislculin COAIDALE Phone 345-3272 FORT MACLEOD Fort; Maclcod Auction M a r k e t i Ltd. put the wraps on the most j successful sale in its history' Monday when 5fi lots of red Aberdeen-Angus cattle sold for a high average of S.1.IM3. Consign cd by Mackenzie Bros, of Mountain View, it was the first auction sale of red Angus cattle in Canada. The feature animal in the sale. Red Mac Larkabelang, brought for a half-inter- est and full possession rights from Glen Elliott of Seven i Persons. This was the high- selling bull. The top selling female bought by Jim Wallace of West lock for SI.750. Peder Pcd- erson of Mountain View paid S2.100 for a yearling bull. The seven cow-bull calf pairs sold for an average of SI .030 while lour pairs of cow-heifer Beelworkers' drop-in centre OFY project The Scout hall in Coaldale j ___ will become a drop-in centre j calves sold for an average o! j Sportsplex will become -c a dav care centre for migrant j Fourteen yearling heifer? i sold for an average of S1.0IH. j Three two year old heifers S This project, run by umver- brought. an average of S966. sily students, is one of several Coupled mlh the half inter-. opportunities for Youth projects esl sale of the feature animal. Ihe rcsi of the 12 lots of hrouRhl an average of S393. lllc Alherla. P.ritish Columbia. group, besides five volunteers; Saskatchewan and Ontario %vill be helping in the cen- were represented by the somi'thiri: in to do sometiiiiij.'1 li.'- s; i net Furnished Apartments Hotel Apartments 2045 Peel Street (near de it (ne A Brand New Building In the Very Hear! of the City! gels promotion A member of the Lethbridge detachment of the Canadian Corps of Commissionaires has hccn promoted to the rank of Company Sergeant Major. Sergeant Major L. R. Harri- son, GUI I3tli 'St. S., received notification of his promotion f r o rn sergeant Monday, from Commissionaire Lt. Colonel John Begg of the Calgary divi- sion. The promotion marks the first time a member of the Lethbridge detachment has re- ceived such a rank. Sergeant Major Harri son commands 60 full time com- missionaires in Lethbridge, ople The ecntres are scheduled lo iK.pn operation during the lasl week in May. However, before they can get started, donations are needed. These include: tables, chairs, couches, magazines, newspa- I pers. games, toys, children's records, books, blankets, rugs. Production line worker with j mattresses, towels, bibs and short hair, draftsmen with two diapers, year drafting courses and bell- i Anyone having donations can hops are needed to fill summer contact Mrs. Peter Bergen at arket job positions that are availali'c said Rod Lomas. co-ordinator of the Lethbridge Canada Man- power Centre for Students, this morning. He said there are also jobs available for delivery truck or Mrs. Peter Retzlaff 345-4377 (Coaldale OLDER NAME ut.aiiaui.. The, Blackfoot Indians called driver s, waitresses, cocktail i Lclhbridge ap- waitresses and short order arently getting the name from cooks. the coulees. 3 CLOSED MONDAY Insnrlnd liy Ihn HIRE A STUDENT CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE Bruce Scliweigert YOU Q BEAT THE SUMMER HEAT WITH Bruce is n licensed mechanic with five specialized courses in emission control, and charging sy- t c litQ. H n h a s seven y c n r r. p x pei u'-ncn, with throe years in Ivs specialty. He has been an honor member of the G.M. Technicians' Guild lor the pasl thren years. Bruce- is fully trained and qualified lo perform major and minor vice on the air condilioning sy- stems of ol! makes ond modnls of vehicles. FOR AS LOW AS 72 types of air conditioning, starting as low cs 5297.35, completely installed. Courtesy cars available call 327-57DS for appointment. This very special low price is in effect only until .Juno 15. DON'T THIS TRSiViEMDOUS SAVING! 3rd AVE. and 9iii STREET NORTH SERVICE DIVISION PHONE 327-5705 ;