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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Youth of both nations follow hockey avidly MONTREAL. (CPI The youth oi Canada and the .So- viet Union may he separated bv geography and ideology bill they do have something in common-love of sports. "We tallied about almost ev- erything but normally ended up discussing which team would win Ihe next hockey game" said Henry F.osen- blatl, a 2-Kvcar-old Montreal YMCA worker who went on a two-week visit to the U.S.S.R. Mr. Rosenblatt, youth pro- gram director of the YMCA's international branch, was one of four delegates invited tn make the trip by the Soviet Youth Association which rep- resents DO million young peo- ple in the C.S.S.K. A Soviet delegation is ex- pected lo visit Canada in the o u g h the visit was s-h'ort Mr. Rosenblatt said, there was an opportunity to learn about the youth of the Soviet Union and compare them with their Canadian counterparts. The purpose of this years visit was to study Comsomol, youth wing of the Soviet Com- munist party, to observe the Soviet Union's approach to voutli and to assess the possi- bility of future exchanges. ATTITUUKS Dll-KER 'Although there are not manv differences b e t v; e e n voutii activities in Canada and Mr. Rosenblatt said, "I did observe tremendous contrasts in young people's at- titudes in the two countries young people openly criticize their system aiid 'many work around it vhile the youth of the Soviet Union thoroughly believe in the Russian system." Their closest contact with the drag scene is "what they have read in books." "And yet. in Russia there is no new'morality because Ihe fernational polities and they believe Soviet Premier Alcxci Kosygin's visit to will bring closer co-operation be- tween the two countries." Premier Kosygin ended an visit to Canada Oct. The visil was marked by several demonstrations by Jewish groups demanding Ihe freedom of Jews in the Soviet Union to emigrate to Israel. Effects of drugs to be studied MONTREAL (CP) There1 Dr. Plaa referred to studies] has been a tremendous develop- published in 1070 which noted j men! in synthetic drugs during that (luring a stay in hospital a the last 50 years and there must i patient is given an average of j t IIIL HHJL llu J _il. i ._ Thunday, November II, 1971 THi IFTHBRIOGl HERALD 41 for UNICEF FOKKMOST (Special) A tolal (if wn.s raised in llic communily in the iinnual Hal- loween campaign for t-'NICEF. Of thy total amount, was raised through Hie cullec- liun buses placed in the class- roams a' Foremost Scltool Tcips v.-ns tlic Grade fi class of Mr. Ti'fg. followed by the Grade I! elass of Miss tn and the Grade 1 class of Mrs. The remainder was raised In a house to house collection on Halloween night by the Fore- most nib pack under leader Mrs. Uoy (Ircr.ei 10 drugs. Another study made in I showed that of people j piven 100 drugs, seven per cent' bar! side effects. understanding on how they arc being utilized, says Dr. Ga- briel Plaa, chairman of Hie Uni- versity of Montreal ogy department. Tlie safely evahialion and nor- Dr Plaa heads a four-man re-; mal toxic effects cf a drug are search team which will spend made by the pharmaceutical in- i the next five years studying the dnstry based on food and drug tide effects of drugs. directorate guidelines ROOF COLLAPSES The roof for on arena in the Calgary communily of Fairfiew collapsed from on un- known cause. Workmen were on their lunch break when the itructure gave way and no ore vesiiqation h under way. was Injured. An effects do " our study is finished, j not occur frequently, but they the results will he made avail- i do occur with a reasonable fre- quency which suggests this re Investigation planned into withdrawal of job to be clear on what his means by drugs. search study is long he said in an interview. However, he wants the pubUc group "If you mention drugs today the reaction is to think of LSD, herein, speed, and others taken .......______. OTTAWA .......o the medical common- Minister ilv." says Dr. Plaa. will o.der (CPi Justice ca-.e, dc.-XTiHd The far Tunipr said h" cf the job offer lo disrrKrd o! f "There are certain things sea whether there is nythmg known already, of course, such i properly I might do" about the Mr. liaggarl, onetime enlum.i- as Uic feet Ihrt Ihe combination i withdrawal of a job o.'fer to ist for Ine ic- of alcchol and sedatives is a I cohimcist Ron Hageart by for tlv............ dangerous one. that certain sed-1 Toronto Toronto T e 1 e- atives will affect anti-coai-u- 1 Former lants taken by patients with car- i Dicfenhakcr. (Tth-ground ihat Mr. Democrat, during ths Ontario ra-1 the New D-mo-1 eleciicn campaign. the Oct. 21 On-i Outside the Commons, Mr. Dicfenbaker said the incident ir.dieates that "The Star, now ;ci'k redress i that it is in virtually a monop- iti coiirt" Kut he would consult i oly position, is beginning to de- his dc-ar'ninit's law officers I termine what shall and shall not federal action. be the qualifications polilical-y w; wro'e those dio-vascular diseases and that for non-medical purposes. some newborn infants can't take "We are interested in Iran- j antibiotics, quillizers and sedatives as well "Bill there are many ques- as dn-gs used in the treatment i tions. For example, muscle-re- of cardio-vascular diseases." laxant drags usually have an ef- j INCLUDES POLLUTION feet of short duration, but these Factors which can modify an drugs arc destroyed at a slower individual's reaction to drugs pace in certain individuals. This and whicli the group will study I feature must be studied." include age, genetic make-up. I At the moment, the_ project; .....n Commons to invest i-i But Ihe .in. 1 j( reversed for the NDP magazine, the New ployccs.____ Serving you with INTEGRITY STABILITY EXPERIENCE For over 60 We write all kinds of INSURANCE HOME-BUSINESS-FARM- AUTO-and IIFE and can save you MONEY SEE US 5OON- A continuous family enterprise for over 60 yeon 706 3rd Ave. S., Lctlibridgs Phono 327-2793 CHARGEX I the presence of liver or kidney I disfunction, toxic effects from a combination of drugs and pollu- Dr. Plaa says his group must i ccrncd with drug metabolism "consider the interaction be- and the interaction of drugs i tv.-een chemicals in our working with pesticides, Dr. Michel! team is composed of Dr. Plaa whose main interest is drug-in- duced liver injury, Dr. Jules Brodcur who is primarily con- rale moral structure is very )cn there. They have abor-on on demand and women and drugs. Loie. an electron microscupy "We dcn't want the public off specialist, and Dr. Hanspeter on a tangent or unduly alarmed Witschi. a protein synthesis this effect of pollution, free to do any of the icn's jobs as long as they're we do know pollutants can The research team is sup-have an effect on the way an in- ported by a grant of mere apabie." j In an informal discussion >etwecn file two groups, reacts to a drug and we want to study this million from the Medical Research Council. oung people touched on da's national identity prob-ems. the different standards if living between the two and Soviet is Mr. Rosenblatt said he ieves youth in the U.S.S.R. do no envy Canada's standard of iving, "which is much Stirling event han their "They say we live high (HNSl for the past few weeks cause our economy is tied to hat of the United States and s based on the exploited and the exploiter. They think they'll have that standard of iving when their economy can afford it for Lethbridge Chiet of Police. Ralph Michelson. and his wife Lorna. were honored at a surprise party here at the hunting lodge of Bruce Lat-horn who is a representative of the Montana legislature and waterfowl and pheasants as has been their custom for the past several years. Representative Lanthorn said they have met with great success in waterfowl hunting but the pheasant hunt has been poor. MORE FBI agent. 1 Regarding views about He said the Canadian included Dr. Dave opening of hunting hen offered some criticism ot a physician, of all felt this was a poor Soviet, Union system but "in and his father. with Mr. Lanthorn say- verv diplomatic of Kalispell. "no way should this bs al- The invasion of Angus Gavin and his vakia was the only from Winnipeg. suggested that southern ismissed quickly by the is a past senior would do well to estab- sian group. However. Mr. of Ducks Unlimited, a renowned organization for a pheasant farm where groups could see the develop- said he believes youngsters of he U.S.S.R. are more of waterfowl. At present be is the chief of these fowl. He felt a good place for this bird farm now in their attitude for the Atlantic be at. the Lethbridge Cor- Western countries and Company at Prudhoe Institute where there willing to hold where it is his ample acreage as well as with other sibility to see that cleanup to care for the undertak- "Most, expressed are Part of the hunting license for Prime Minister men. with actually is suppose to be for attempting to bring Canada into the mainstream of occasionally visiting, have boen at the lodge in aside for some type of de-development for the preservation of fowl. Tliis would in- tourism as well as enjoyable hunting for the local j RpnaHa Tni 1 i arresl fwAftor (lea ill mass inaroli i USE OUR NEW BRIDGE PLAN TO BUY THESE HOMES (CP) A doctor hndmg the down that new home performed an autopsy on j you sfill your old onr a headache. We have Gauthier. who died Oct.. cute. It's called "Bridge If you buy your while a demonstration was thrcuqh us, we'll gran! yoj an inieresr-rrep IUUM for 3 months, depending on the equity your p r r 1 1 h m r Ask lor d 0 1 a i way against La Pressc. said Tuesday (hat she suffered HURON cardiac arrest following an a '-tVU1 m WOOLCO of asthma. 3 Bedrooms, Dining 1': nnd Andre Hrosseao told a porngp. Sliding glow onto largo built up inquest tliEl he also lornn nioitgagt! the after-effects of the bronchitis from which Allows nnw finonti'io on wrtl moi, lamed (iauihier suffered. bedroom hungalov in choice Nortnside (iauihier died after par- Wcill to ihroual-oui, extra nicoly finished in a mass demonst.ra- muni hcdroonvi. or; DUfcdast? to n piico against the Montreal daily j BUILT turned to violence. Mcnard. the Gauthier by n family. -1 bndrOOrm. Comf or table room, with leaded lawyer said that the di- x-indow. Hnihi-oom on floor. Eatinq nrca in 1 'natural o.itifcs cf Mrs. lot. Full "price (loath were in turn Ivy panic aficr p.ilicc OVERLOOKING GYRO (I the demonstrators BimutMul three bt'droom homo with first asking them lo dis- ED swimminn pool. One ond a half baths. Family orra Icilclirn. Scporalc dininri room, large rumpus room Girouard, who repre- bospmi-nt. Phone for snowing. Ihe government at the iiv CANADA cppased any moves to 3rd AVR. and 7th 51. a lie-in between police and Mrs. Gaulhier'.' GEORGE SCOT1, and even any description VINCENT the general situation which PHVL MOWERS, experienced on the night of IYNN Oct. SSI. WHERE SMART WOMEN SHOP PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE OFF COMPLETE STOCK OF SLEEPWEAR AND LOUNGEWEAR Reg. 2.99 to 24.99 ON SALE -97 Slip into something comfortable and enhance your at-home hours (Vn, cuddly, light n' lacy... er selection of style hade; and i IF SliC Ib A PROBLEM A REITMMM S GIFT CERTIFICATE IS YOUR ANSWER 1 50 5 00 cottcoc mu 506 AVENUE SOUTH 20th AVE. TEIEPHONE 378-3653 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE TEltPHONC 358-7011 OVER 250 STORES COAST TO COAST TO SERVE YOU BETTER. ;