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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TANKER TOPPIES ON CAR Cab of o fuel truck rests on a Volkswagen after a colli- sion near Toronto. Driver of the car, Hartley Grant Robertson of Toronto, is in hopital with undetermined injuries. About gallons of diesel fuel spilled from the over- turned tanker into the Humber River. Environmentalists set up booms and restricted the flow of the fuel. August school stand reversed by Edmonton Thundoy, Nov.mbtr 16, 1972 THE LFHMIOCE HCTAID IS Soft drugs dribble in Impossible to seal off prisons CALGARY (CP) -Society must run the risk of allowing some soft drugs to infiltrate its prisons if it wants to retain a humane penal system, says Warden Pierre Jutras of the Drumheller Correctional Insti- tue. To honor author NEW YORK (AP) The Na- tional Book Committee said here Lewis Mumford, the so- cial philosopher, architectural critic and author, will receive its 1972 National Medal for Lit- erature. The award consists of and a bronze medal. The warden, commenting on the possibility of drug abuse within institutions, said: "We are very concerned but the only way to stop it completely would be to keep the prisoners locked up for 24 hours a day with no visitors." "Wlmn society as a whole has this problem with drugs it is bound to be reflected in our institutions, especially since more and more people are coming to prison for drug of- fences." However, Warden J a m es Jackson of the Calgary Correc- tional Institute savs he can't point to specific incidents of drag abuse at his institution, although he had his suspicions. "We search the clothing of prisoners coming back from temporary absences and we warn visitors that they must not bring anything in, although we don't search them as a mat- ter of course. "And if we have reason to believe a person will attempt to bring in contraband we don't grant them permission to visit." But one former prisoner, who declined to reveal his name, said he thought he wouldn't see another "joint" when he went to jail for the first time in 1966 for possession of mar- ijuana, a four month term at the Oakalla prison In British Columbia. But the sup- ply was there. EXPERIENCED SALESMAN Required immediately for leading men's clothing store in Lethbridge. For a personal interview, please submit qualifications, marital status, etc., to Box 85, Lethbridge Herald EDMONTON (CP) A de- cision to change the school year to make classes start in the first week of August has been recinded by the Edmonton public school board in response to public opposition. "I was said Dr. John Paterson, chairman of the school board that on Oct. 10 ap- proved plans for an earlier start to the school year. He said he thought the chang- ed' year would be good for stu- dents but acknowledged that a survey of students by stu-1 dent unions throughout the city indicated that 80 to 90 per cent are opposed to it. ..The public's attitude is also "clear, very he said. Five of the six trustees voted in favor of a motion recinding the decision. Lois Campbell, the only trus- tee against the motion, acknow- ledged public opposition to the year change but argued thai the board should have waited longer before discarding the plan. She said more public dis- cussion is necessary. The holiday shift was ap- proved earlier because trustees felt it necessary to create an equal number of school days before and after the Christmas break to accommodate the se- mester system useo in some schools for Grades 10 to 12. The current system provides for more days in the semester after Christmas, meaning that students have to have longer school hours in the pre-Christ- mas semester to complete the courses. Parents opposed the change Translators provided .OTTAWA (CP) Secretary of State Gerard Pelletier an- nounced today that the govern- ment's translation bureau is providing teams of translators to help the defence department promote bilingualism in the Ca- nadian Armed Forces. .The measure is part of an over-all program that already has resulted in intensified lan- guage training on military bases, led to formation of 22 French-language units and created a trade and training program in French. Translation teams already have been set up at Borden and Kingston in Ontario and at Gagetown in New Brunswick. Others will be located in the fu- ture at Halifax, Chilliwack, B.C., and Saint Jean, Que. Each team, made up of three translators, one reviser and two office employees, will concen- trate initially on preparation of French training courses for French-speaking training per- sonnel. Office space and equipment will be supplied by the defence department. because they said their holiday patterns were being shifted ar bitrarily without consulting them. Students said the changi would hurt their chances fo summer jobs. Teachers sak they would not be able to at tend most summer schools which are held in Julv and Aug ust. Trustee Edith Rogers, who proposed the motion to rescinc the school year change, said pe tition, briefs and letters to the board showed that at least adults opposed the change Votes taken at three home ant school meetings indicated close to 90 per cent opposition in each case. She said the weather in Aug- ust in better than in June or July, affording families a chance to holiday together. There was also widespread opposition from business firms and summer camps, Mrs. Rog- ers added. Little League Base- ball organizers were opposec because a June holiday would wipe out this activity. Boy Scouts and other organizations would have trouble organizing their summer camps. Schools would have to be air- conditioned for August use and portable classrooms would be uninhabitable because of the heat, she added. The previously approved change had called for school opening and closing dates to be shifted gradually during the next three years until by 1975 classes started on Aug. 5 and closed May 28. 3 DAYS ONLY THURS., FRI. and SAT. INSTALLED WITH PAD! 3 distinctive carpets at low, low sale prices! RACQUEL 100% Dupont nylon contains static control fibre. 15 lustrous colors.............. Sq. Yd. TARA'S THEME Coxy softness medium plush shag. 100% nylon. 15 beautiful colors.......Sq. Yd. ARISTOCRAT Unusually heavy nylon pile, very resilient, easy to maintain, 9 decorator multicolors. Sq. Yd. Financing Available Free Estimates 12 11 13 .80 CUSTOM INSTALLATION "We Offer Top Quality Workmanship" Sales and Installation by Don Bergman BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERING 2715 12th Ave. S.r Lethbridge Phone Offlci 318-0372 Ret. 328-1854 OPEN THUKS. and FRI. TILL 9 P.M. V STOCK NO. 3015 1973 METEOR RIDEAU 500 2 DOOR HARDTOP. 400 2V, automatic trans., elec- tric rear window defroster, H.D. battery, block heat- er, fender skirts, remote control mirror, tinted wind- shield, power brakes, power steering, radio, rear seat speaker, tilt steering wheel, deluxe seat belts, decor group, vinyl body side moulding, bumper pro- tection group, W.S.VV. Painted beautiful blue alomor with blue vinvl roof. v WRAP UP A i STOCK NO. 3084 1973 CORTINA G.T. 2000cc engine. -4 speed manual transmission, centre ond clock, sport leather steering wheel, Lunsuit; unu CIUCK, span learner steering wneei, roily seats, 55 amp. battery, electric rear defroster, day night mirror, G.T. instruments and many more extras. Red in color with black interior. fr O WRAP IT- AT I STOCK NO. 3073 1973 COUGAR XR-7 2-door H.T. 351 2V, automatic transmission, appear- ance protection group, H.D. battery, block hooter, elec- tric rear window defroster, power brakes, power steering, hi-back bucket seats, radio ond stereo tope, tilt steering wheel, dual racing mirrors and sports con- sole with clock. Painted dark green metallic with vinyl roof......... 1968 BUICK FORD While exterior with blue interior. 350 motor, automatic DOOR LANDAU. Bright yellow gold with block vinyl roof. 500 power steering ond s e brakes. Radio. 1 auto, trans., power steering and brakes. CT O C O Air conditioning. O beige paint with beige inferior, 390 motor, auto, trans., power steering and 'J A O Radio. 1967 CHRYSLER 4 DOOR SEDAN. 1971 white with maroon interior, V-8 motor, auto, trans, power steering and brakes. f-> a Radio I Bright blue metallc point, 2000 cc engine, 4 speed A trans., radio. -Jj DODGE 4 DOOR SEDAN. White exterior, blue interior, V-8 motor, outo. radio. O f v 1967 4 DOOR SEDAN, light green with white top. Black interior. 283 motor. 3 speed DOOR HARDTOP. Tan PLYMOUTH dard transmission. with brown vinyl roof, 429 motor, automatic trons., DOOR SEDAN. Red exterior ond brakes, radio maroon interior, V-8 motor. tope player. tT 0 Q transmission, O "7 y conditioning 1967 FIRENZA 4 DOOR SEDAN. Medium aqua with white roof. 390 DOOR. Uranium blue VIVA auto, trans., power steerina interior, 4 cyl. motor, DOOR SEDAN. Midnight blue irakes. radio. transmission. 4 A black interior. jj- 0 o r 1966 PONTIAC GALAXIE maroon paint, black DOOR HARDTOP. Saddle tan 4 DOOR SEDAN. Beige vinyl Interior. 350 with beige interior. 283 ton interior. 390 motor, transmission, auto trans., power steer- steering and f" .3 R .1 brakes. Radio. .J5 1 4 1 radio. o "J and brakes. C 4 O Mag wheels. Radio. 1 i O ALL UNITS COMPLETELY >V Select your FREE gift from Frosty Enter your name for a Philco 25" Color TV to be given away December 22, 1972 LAX. FINANCING No Payments unJi! Feb., 1973 O.A.C. 1718 3rd Avenue South Phone 327-5763 I.A.C FINANCING No Payments until Feb., 1973 O.A.C. ;