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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Alcolwlism office now has two men Ily JIM llcrnlll Sliifl H'rill-r SI.-iff ul HID LuMilJi-idjii1 nf Ihc Albcrlii Alcoholism ami Drug Abuse Commission lias been doubled Iliure now ;nv two men in Ihc offiui'. N. J. S. (Norm I Cmvie. super- visor of education and nily services for Iliu Calgary office, will lake similar duties in tlic Lalbhvidiic orfico June J. He joins Col) JIulilxirrl. wlio established Ihc Lcthbriclyo of- fice a year ago. Mr. Coyie, who lias hocn as- sociated with the goveniment for six years in I he alcoholism and drug abuse fields, was in- strumental in selling policy .ind establishing for Alberta's civil sen-mils. He has also scl up program- ming for sueli busiiiusscs us Gull Oil, Home Oil, Northwest- cm Utilities and the City of Calgary. His duties here uill be main- ly in educating certain per- sonnel in business and industry on the problems associated with alcoholism and oilier in- toxicants and assisting in es- tablishing programs lo combat the costly nnd growing prob- lem. Mr. Cowie's services will be available lo business and in- dustry management, union leaders, teachers and guidance counsellors, service chilis and olhi'r community groups. One ol his objcdivcs is Id involvement and lo local resource people help- ing lo combal lire problems. Mr. Hubbard has been op- Ihc Lclhbridgc office 'by himself for a year now and is involved in Ireatmenl and counselling service. Ik' lias been involved in Irealing and counselling Leth- hridge and district alcoholics, drug ahusers and (heir families and lias been providing the same service for the courts and inmates of Ihc Letlibridgn 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, Mclcalte Building, phone 3211- 1042, now is a centre for free information, Irealment and re- ferrals. Considerable literature anr: films are available, free for the asking, on alcoholism and other intoxicants. Anyone wild any questions or problems associated with alcohol or other intoxicants, I directly or indirectly, is in- viled to contact the office. "Any conlact with us is in the strictest Mr. Hubbard stressed. W'.ilnostlay, M-.iy 21. 1972 THE ICTH'JtflDGE HtVAtD 17 Local talk A'lE-sk'al set Cm1 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 Westmghouse 3 cu. ft. REFRIGERATOR WITH TRADE LESS FOR CASH Compare YOU'LL BUY WESTINGHOUSE All Woslinghousc Mojor Appliance! Are Professionally Serviced By Wesl ing house Faclory Service NO MILEAGE CHARGES SMITH'S FOR iSAtppliances M Gntnrcl Smiih plclioll IETHBRIDGE Phono 328-6964 Comarf Mikfl Plclloll Miikulin COAIDALE Phone 345-3272 FORT MACLEOD o r I Macleod Auction M a r k e t! f Ltd. put the on the mosi j successful .sale in ils history Monday of! lots of red j Aberdeen-Angus call Jo sold Joi a high average of C o n K i g n ed by Mackenzie Bros, of View, ii j was the fir.sl auclinn .sale o( I red Angus caUIe. in Canada. i The Feature animal in the I sale, Red Mac Larkfibolang, i hroiifihl for a haU-inler- e.st and full possession rights from Glen Elliott of Seven j Persons, 'fhis Ilio liigli- i selling bull. i The (op selling female wn- bought by Jim of i West lock fnr SI.750. Pedcr Fed- crson of M mini a in View paid S2.ifH) for a ycin-ling bull. Tlie .seven cow-bull calf pairs sold for an average of SJ.09U while lour pairs of cow-heifer calves sold for an average o! sye2. Fourlc'jn yearling lieifers .sold for an nvuragc of Three tv.-o year old heifers brought an average of Coupled Ibo half inlrr- rs( rale of (he feature animal, the rcsi of the 12 lots of bulla brought an average of S-3H3. Alberta. P.rilish Columbia. Sahkalchcwan and Ontario were represented by the buyers. There were 400 people m the stands. Commissionaire gels promotion A member of the T.rthbrirlfie Corps of Commissionaires has been promoted to the rank of Company Sorpoanl Major. Sergeant Major L. R. Hani' son, fifll I3lh 'El. S., received notification of his promotion from sergeant .Monday, from Commissionaire U. Colonel John Begg of the Calgary divi- sion. The promotion mark? the first time a member of the Lelhbridge detachment has re- ceived a rank. Sergeant Major Harri son commands GO full time com- missionaires in Lethbridee, lllilllvGl Production line worker with .short hair, draftsmen wilh two 1 year d railing courses and bell- hops are needed In fill pununer Hoh pof-'ilions dial am availnb'c paid Timi Lomas. co-ordinalor I of the Lelhbridpe Canada Mnn- Centre foi' Studenls, morning. He said there are also available for delivery truck driver s, "'ailrcsscs, cocklail waitresse.s and short order cooks. Beetworkeri drop-in centre project I The Scout hall in Coaldale j will become a drop-in centre I i nnd the Sporteplex will become i a day rare centre for migrant j Indian project, run by univcr si'y students, is one of several i Opporlunilics for Youth projects 1 in snul.hcrn Alberta. There are 10 people in the m imp. besides five volunteers who will be helping in the ecu- j j trcs during the summer. Tlie centres are scheduled to begin during the last Kx-t'k in May. However. they can pet Juried, donation? are needed. These include; tables, chairs, r ouches, magazines. spa- per.v games, toys, children's I records, books, blankets, rugs. I mattresses, towels, bibs and diapers. i Anyone liavinc donations can contact Mrs. Peter Bergen at or .Mrs. Peter Retzlaff ai 343-4377 (Coaldale liy IIICHMC'K IIKKI.K ilrraM Sliifl Writer Local aullior Eraser Hodgson lias been notified by Iho ('nna-' diun National InsLilult! for l.hu Blind thai his latest hook, Wan- derings of an Kxpert, will ho ninde into a talking book. "I guess they picked it l.n he made into a record hcTau.se! they thought llieir members; w o u 1 d be interested in ils Mi1. (lodftsoii said. "The hook is about (hinRs thai happened quite awliilo nqo. and a lot of people who read it have had the same things hap- pen (o Mr. Horizon said, j Margaret, Luckhursl. a Her- i aid columnist, who wrote lli'.1 i forward for Wanderings of an Expert said, "The bonk is very j readable. H is about the rural, and smalltown life of a genera-' lion ayo." Wanderings is Mr. Hodgson's second talking hook. Hi.s first book, Once Upon a Lifetime, was also published in braille. "F r a s c r Hodgson's writing commands an audience initially because of the admiration peo- pic have for a person who has triumphed over aclvcrsiU." i Doug Walker said in his Her- i aid review of the book in De- i comber. In 1936 Mr. Hodgson was! stricken with multiple sclero- j sis, which made his hands al-1 most useless. A contraption has been designed which attached over his head, allows him to, type with his chin. Wanderings of an Expert con sists of 3G stories and 226 pages. Each word of I he novel wa.c poked out one letter a I. a time, i The book was published by T i- masiral production, v.ill stride u onn-uujn- niimre Saturday at fl Southern I'l'inlcr'-. iind is nvjiil- p.m. in V.'ttes Memorial able in Lellibridfjc. in- Mr. on a Sfdvalion .sJinil J'-Jl r Ji'om Calvary tin- laM IIM-; Mia-.i-c I'll ;idd l of the feu- h, pnclur.- ol the Sal- He of mul'f iii'ii ''in1'; c! '-m-i" thillfi ('i-C Mi mi fcs.scd h> ;ii; IP'- --iM-if1- no diary nr i cr nl an> !'.inri He In v.nrk hoJifn, 'n Hi-' it, he dn ii. j "'i nu-mbers ol various f f (-ifKl have v.i'ii lo sur- nnd lo Spokane r-- lirv v.ci-u invilprJ (o per- Til" has ils orches- tvf] i ini1 score, and -Ji-ji-ily lonuur than two Ti crinf-rrns the con- L-.d youth OVKIl -h! I'asic themo b'ii'L' -he encountered in fJc'lermining about ii. llsi: M Indin alone: will rcncj' live biilinn in lor the production yr.'i.-s f a( Leister's r.'jrc voritl. r.iu.-H' l.id. lowers Hotel Apartments 2045 Peel Slrcel (near dy A Brand New Building In the Very Heart of the City! CtOSED MONDAY NAME The Blnckfnol Indians called Lcdibridpc ap- arcnlly gelling Lhe name from I Ihe couloes. Bruce Schwefeert YOU BEAT THE MM R HEAT WITH FOR AS LOW AS Bruce 'S n licensed mechanic with five specialized courses in emission control, and charging sy- He has yen IT. px- per ii wilh Iliioc? ycors in Ivs sprciolly. HP bar. been an honor member of fJio G.M. Trclmicinns' Guild lor (lie pcisl ibron yccirs. Brucr is fully trained nnd qualified lo perform major and minor ser- vice on ihfl air condilioning sy- stems of al! makes ond models of vehicles. 71 types of air conditioning, starting as lew cs completely installed. if Courtesy cars available call 327-5735 fV rippcin'ment. This very special low price is in effect only until Juno 15. f ALL DON'T ttES Tl-iiS TREWEKDOUS SAVING! %inH.SB bfflkjllk I c SERVICE DIVISIO? 3rd AVE. nnd 9ih STREET NORTH PHONE 327-5705 ;