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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Novsmbdr 11, 1971 THE IfTHBKIDGE HERALD 33 WARNING FROM prime minister tester Pearson spoke to the an nucl meeting of the Society of Actuaries in Toronto and referring to current relations between Canada ond the U.S., he said if these problems ore not solved "we will be m serious trouble." ____ _____________----__---------- scene researcher n to and back of half-a- dozen large North American cities trying to purchase illicit drugs. He is doing research for a j short novel on today's youth Algeria has no tomatoes o bill plenty of shortages ALGIERS 'APi "N'o. long before the grumbling j lave no tomatoes." the s level of "political in Rue Bab Azoun lis moustache bristling bad to start from prac- lis dark eyes glinting he said, jnder his faded present generation has to "And do you want lo .sacrifices for the n-hy I have no tomatoes'' the nation's future." jalise there is nothing our substantial orvmomic :ialist svstem really from the Soviet Union, how to organize except and other Western the crash Algeria has made great strides sinec President industrial development should eventually pii. oli ioumedienne seized power more than si.v years ago. the three most Indus- j countries in Africa. j t will be o long time main prob- he billion-dollar-a-ycar is the national character: i >enditure on industrird devel-jpment trickles down to affect he individual do not lend them- selves easilv to regimentation and. many believe that "scien- W hilt- the socialism." the officia j proudly points to steel plants. Mtrochemical c o m bine s. lower plants and processing ndustrics going up all violates the Koran. For this reason, Boume-diennc's land reform program j lo bring thousands of small 1 nc country, the grumbling is greater than into stale co-operatives has failed to get off There is no meaningful litical opposition to Boumc-d enne inside Algeria. government newspaper El Moudjahid. The press and radio are is full of examples of ;otal government control problems faced by the Alge- never challenge A cargo of tons of Bui increasingly the man roc-can fertilizer waits in in the street's complaints naba harbor in the niddie chronic government the plowing season for lack of ciency, bureaucratic red the necessary import l" H1 and inexplicable fanners are are finding their nay into ing unfertilized lane n s u a 1 1 y subsen ient Seed grains are mobtam- papers and magazines. able, and farmers are being plaints about inefficiency prosecuted for trying to permitted but on (he black market. about the policies that, plovs. "2 combined the inefficiency are and M threshing i One machines have been lying said the govermno'.ii is harbor for weeks cerncd over the grumbling cause two rival government causc the benefits of the organizations claim tlu; right dustrialization nrogram to authorize entry into expected to make the cuiinlry. GO DELUXE GREYHOUND in S u 1 P rnAru ViiiFi LAiily W yUMW WITH Ih AND C.OMPI IMrtMTARY POOD pAILY.NON-Slor otRVICi. lo: CALGARY ___ S 6. SO t i1 Leaving Lollibridgc Bus Depot, a.m. Nnw schniluln V P; DOWNTOWN TO DOWNTOWN, HOTEL TO-HOTEL CONVENIENCE. I NO RESCRVATIONS NEEDED j Fot luMhoi itifiiiin.ition r.ill Gii-ylioiintt, .127 ji and the drug scene: he docsr.'t use the drugs he finds so readily accessible and lie says it grieves him to see how many young people do. The novel, which deals a fictional couple in New York City, was rejected by a pub- lisher who said it lacked real- ism, particularly in (he area of drugs and drug abuse. "So I set out lo learn about il through personal experi- Mr. Hochman said in an interview, lie is working on a rewrite of the short novel and will return it to the pub- lisher for a second look. "And that's how I got started on the purchasing of I could get first- hand information. He has bought drugs and talked to young dealers and users in New York, Jlont- real. Toronto. Chicago. Ot- tawa, Winnipeg and Minneap- Arriving in a city, Mr. Hochman would check into a hotel, do a quick change in his room from suit to blue jeans and go down to the street. Within hours, he usually had found a supplier and obtained BOUGHT FI10M BOY He ha.s purchased mari- juana from a 10-year-old boy in Toronto. -The very sight of the little boy selling'drugs turned my stomach. He wasn't stupid- he was a bright boy from a nice family." In Chicago, he purchased heroin from "a clean-cut young man." "f didn't let him go after I made the went into a restaurant and had a cup of coffee, sat around and talked a while. He told me, that he had completed his stint in Vietnam and started using heroin while be was over there." It was a conversation that showed graphically the frus- tration and isolation fell by youth. Mr. Hochman said. I1ISK Mr. Iloehman might have been arrested if he had been caught with drugs in his pos- session, a risk he was willing lo lake for the sake of his interest in the problem. In an> ease, he said he found that police departments Canada and the United [cs lack the manpower to Willie an effective war against ilruDs can skim I he lop. pick off the obvious ones, hut there JuM aren't enough men around and get lo thr mis of Ih" problem Hi- IIP "can't blame I he (is entirely" for of morality, llus drug and use of drugs The people of "my genera- lion aren't helping any. We're more w o r r i e d about golf games than helping people in cd. -A lot of in; friends think I'm nuts. Rut somebody has keep the communications going. So m e b o d y 's got to care. I've go! the time. by not me'.'" After SINTON. Tex. (ATI THE BUS PLUS GO GREYHOUND .and leave Hie driving io us flood waters Irom tropic a 1 storm l''orn r e c e d r d. 11. Y. found a draw net! horse in lu> living room, IJonald found a pin ill his bathroom. The pig bad man- aged lo keep Us bead above water by standing on the toilet. s n 3 Bmmwftfna? VK K-mmpi ft a C fa iVj, BiisitfU L-a5ss s j IK t 3-PIECE SECTIONAL CKESTERFiELD SUITE Gold or ASSORTED 7-PIECE CHESTERFIELD SUfTES DAVENPORT I I (Invpnpoil I to'foo table onil 1- slop Inhlf. Golct, Grcrn or Tnn Roll) or Mon Reg. S396-NOW Reg. nnlli' [01 26 locn.rd in Iho Shopp.nn Crnl.o on Mnyj. Onv, ;