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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, October 14, 1971 THi IfTHERIDG! HfRAtD 3J 3polliglit studcnls top It's Diefenbaker drug problem LEONARD on drug abuse and that cent of those in grades 7 sion gave no estimates for oui- PlllNCF. ALBEHT, Officer Archie An-Jcrson says people it would te New )emoeral Bill Berczowsky, York Times estimates are "undercs- t males." Ils own estimates, 9 were drug users. In er rural grades, uburban areas, it said, 25 per The commission called for a ctiangc blow soilly, if at all, through the constituency that John Diefenliakcr has to vole in 19G8 and vhen the final lists of electors we finished this time, the total will be only represented part of Hie irea in tile Saskatchewan Icgis-alure for in years. iETAINKI) YORK Nearly Halt the higli school students in DAUPHIN, Man. (CP) Ncw York City are more than Dormer prime minister John occasional users of some on a study conducted for c commission, did not include a hard core addicts who have v out or been expelled" of students in the junior number of measures on both nd senior high school grades the slate and local levels lo in Ibis category, as were combat what it called "tihs hor-0 per cent of the 12th-graders rifying aspecl of American Few people socm to constituency is 19C8, popular Alderman called on his Pro- choctive" drug, according school, the report noted, rural areas. The commis- life." discussing the chances of rural. Years of mnmna for the Conservative the state's five next Dicfenbakcr being conditions have (he first lo away cities Albany, The question in their minds is whether any of Ins young people away from home, leaving a high Mr. Dicfenbaker in 11 years to retain his deposit duster anil hit hard with a club" at election in Ihe slate for the Syracuse and the commission cstima- LIVESTOCK EXCHANGE will he able to Ret enough retired townspeople and barely over half of Diefenbaker told 25 per cent of ALBERTA to retain their deposits. Despite a reduction in the voting afie and the resulting torrent of first-lime voters farmers, Through this environment, John Diefenbaker moves with the easy familiarity of a vole total. Mr. Rcrezowsky says he can substantially improve on that people at a rally in this central Manitoba town that the Conservatives are the oniy parly that can defeat the drag abuse and venereal disease were widespread among scohol-age children grades 10 through 12 and 10 Shorter one of Canada's 'heaviest populated livestock creni. Reputation ranch caltlo havo been Ihe key lo our IUCCBII. IF you want good strong fresh ranch cattle, be fn the other constituencies, the and the prestige of. 1IK8 results were: government. A vote for I' 1 V Albert electorate has Hartley would assure the return FRIDAY SELLING little in four JIEETS PEOPLE "I do not campaign as for the Liberal Liberals to power. He said the Liberals have these to 2000 Good Ranch Calves Convict do.1' he said in an interview. While othen. think of win-nine votes, he thinks of himself as just meeting people. In his speeches, the candidate Pinel, a 28-year-old Prince Albert lawyer, said his campaign is hampered by lack of funds and his being nominated late. only weak responses to NDP Leader D'avid Lewis's charges that the government is supporting "corporate welfare bums" because they have York City, where the drag problem was most serious, 4a per cent of the students in the 10th through 12th grades and labor OCTOBER 16th 1 p.m. 1000 Ranch Yearlings 600 to BOO Ibs. from 2 gleefully lashes out at his hind.-ance was the fact that the traditional Liberals Liberal party does not want to who don't know the needs of campaign too actively thai if Ihey losl votes to the NDP, the Conservatives will be kept out of ninth grade are "curren lly users of some Labor Congress is opposed to any plan to shorten the several other groups of 50 lo TOO head All ilraight from ihe grass and overnight itond. WASHINGTON (AP) Kew York stale lias been denied a hearing by the United States Supreme Court in the slate's attempt to overturn a lower court ruling that ordered a former prison warden to pay damages to a convict. The hearing was sought by Attorney-General Louis western farmer, socialists with unwovkable ideas, all tiiose who in his view are dividing Canada. "You ask me why I stay on.'1 he told a student meeting. "I stay on because I have something more to contribute to the greatness of Canada." At another meeting, be Diefenbaker." Two more candidates are running this time, Social Credit's Claude Campagna, mayor of the village of St. Louis, and Independent William Fair of Saskatoon, who decided to run against Mr. Diefenbaker after Mr. Dicfenbaker did not support him for the an hour-long speech, Mr, Diefenhaker touched on several portions of the Conservative platform, particularly in agriculture, and made several strong criticisms of the government and Prime Minister Trudeau, sometimes imitating the prime minister's voice and makinf one-line School Chancellor Har vey B. Scribner said that h would "neither confirm nor dis pute the reported estimate o the commission that 45 per cen of the high school students i New York Cily have use drags. "I have seen both higl er and lower he 1 days. In a brief submitted recently to a federal commission investigating a (-impressed work week, the CLC says any such action would have serious repercussions, particularly for the unorganized work force. "The only manner in OCTOBER 18th Tirst Bred Heifer and Stock Cow Sale AH Cattlo Pregnancy Teilerf by Our total Sold an Guaranteed Bairi WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25th Another Yearling Sale itz on the broad question ol whether public officials shoulr be protected against personal liability for the actions of sub ordinates-William Wright, serving lived history, I've made history and I know I'll have my place in history." He emphasizes his role as a spokesman by telling au nomination in Saska-toon-Hutnboldt. While Mr. Pinel stresses iha he is not attacking John Diefenbaker, Mr. Berezowsky is less said the troduccd two-price system for wheat is "the biggest hoax in history" and that Western farmers are slill getting the prices of the last two or Riggan, the commission's associale director for research, said lhat the estimates included users of marijuana and so-called soft drugs as wel as users of hard drugs, shorter work week can safely come into being is through the maintenance of an eight hour day or the brief states. The labor organization, LIVESTOCK EXCHANGE "The Market Where You ore not Biddinp Against a Guaranteed Price" PHONE 753-2369 BOX BOB, PROVOST, AtTA. sentence at Clinton state prison, was awarded the dam ages for treatment he receivec wliile in solitary confinement The damages were assesse< against Warden and doesn't do what I want for the western farmer, he'll hear about it." If nay candidate has a chance of ending Mr. said that "Diefenba ker is a myth." "I'm vary sorry for Mr. Die fenbaker hul I really mean i when 1 say the days of for their produce. A Conservative governmen would immediately increase ini t tial payments to farmers fo i wheat, oats and barley by 25 five and 10 cents heroin. By he add ed, the commission was refer ring to "more than just week cutlers" or occasional users. The commission report salt lhat there are no accurate two million workers said its chief concern is witl the thousands ol unorganized workers who are "prone lo manipulation if the labor stand ards are LES BISHOP ond FRANK GATTEY US BISHOP 753-2369 CON BISHOP 753-4731 CALVIN IAKWOID 753-2175 jrcMarm i f _ _ _ ___ Centre Village MONDAY OCTOBER 16th MACLEODS CIGARETTE! 5 ALL POPULAR BRANDS J 3 "1.491 2 Reg. 3 PACKS FOR 1.77 SPECIAL H LIMIT 6 PACKS PER CUSTOMER Wagon Wheels Reg %J for g Paper Towels Fririrn TICCIIO _ _ _ Bathroom Tissue Royo'e :elle Royale. Reg. 2 for 77c 5% 1-49 all pack. 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