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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta M Wt UTHMIOOE HIKAID Wdor, OtWwr W, 43 THAHISS FOX SALE-RENT VOLKSWAGEN CAMPER BUS PRO- (HD4 heat and sleeping arrangement. Phoni (1J7-4 FOK SALE TWO BEDROOM t Knight trailer. Newly redec- Wlltd. 945-3740, Coaldslf. 9IJ7-4 rr COSTS NO WORE TO HAVE THE Install your Ely-lift or hitch. SAM AND CARL'S WELDING. CSUl-tf 111 It FT. TWO BEDROOM MOBILE Itrvlced ofl three lots. 75 x ft. In west Slalrmore. Unit can be pur- thtwd ieparately. Phone 542-2749. MUST SELL 1944 Yellow travel trailer 27 tuny equipped, under floor heated. Kozy Motel, Fort No phone calls please. 911MI JJXI DELUXE PATHFINDER HOUSE frailer. Excellent condition. Toilet, shower and bedroom. Full cooker Fully furnished. or nearest oiter. M. Miller, Cardston Trailer ParX, Card- aton. 90.17-2 57 FEMMI NflP PERSONAL EXPERIENCED PART TIME WAIT-ress Wanted. Apply In person to the Lethbrldge Hotel Ccffee Shop. No phone apllcatlons accepted. INFORMATION REFERRAL A.I.D. Information and Direction In areas of Health, Wellan and Recreation. Phone 327. 7323, 10 4 p.m. C535-N4 WANTED HOUSEKEEPER, ACE over 70, for elderly man (tgt ID. Mostly for company. Wages will bt arranged, lox 372, Milk Klvir. Of PROBLEM DRINK. ER5 NEEDIN9 UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRIT1 INQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. IOX HI, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. SHORT-ORDER COOKS EXPERI-enced and mature. Full work, Waitresses full or part-time. Top wagei. Wrlti Box 74 LOANS I WVf STMINTf AOtN ESTA SCHWARTZ -_NCIES LIMITED iSTABLISHED touaw Mill. Phorn Tht wia.it iiclllly avnlliblt. con ALL TYPES of loins CI37- 75 CONTRACTS CEMENT WORK, FENCil, CISTERN rtpilred, odd lobi. Phone W6K4. MALE HELP WANTED MAN WITH TRUCK FOR DELIVERY iork, In Fort Mscleod. Economy Car- Tiers Ltd. Phone C864-30 44 AGRICULTURAL WTD, OFFERS FOR BUSHELS OF toirlsy. public notice section. C877-31 WANT TO BUY BUSHELS wheat for cBEh Also some barley. fhom S34-403S or 234-3766, Fort Mac- Isod. LARGE QUANTITY OF FEED BAR- Ity or wheat. Contact Prime Feeders Ltd., Fort Macleod. Phone 234-2098 or 236-3171, evenings. C4! SALESMAN WANTED DISTRIBU- tor opportunity for good Christian per- Phone 2M-4186 Taber, for person- al Interview or write box 2247, Taber. 9233-2 MAN FOR GENERAL FEED LOT work. Must be able to atari ly. Experience necessary. Leroy Mur. phy. 234.2095 or write Prime Feeders Ltd., Fort Macleod. C697-W ANONYMOUS Anyotw with a drinking prob Phont .127-0M? or tt afftr p.m. Amazingly quick for dlicom- fort of mouth sores, whlta canker spots, dental pints sores, tender gumi, with Fletcher's Sore Mould Medicine. at Bayd's Pharmacy Ltd. and West- minster Drug i. 028 CONCRETE WORK Sim, drlvBWiyi, retaining patle. All work guaranteed. FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK old biMnwits dug, water proofing. In sured, estimate. Phont 327- C366M PREPARING FOR MARRIAGE: IN- dividual and discussion of various aspects of nwrled life. Con- tact the Lethbrldge Family Service for Information at Conven- MORE MONEYI "How would you like your own Rawl- Business, M your own Boss, anC make 53 an hour or more? Many Rawlelgh Dealers do and so can you. For free details write The W. T. elgh Co. Ltd., Dept., J-71.14, 589 Henry Ave., Winnipeg 2, Manitoba. CW-30h FEED BARLEY OR WHEAT Honey ltd. 738-4425, 738-4421, Picture Butte. 47 LIVESTOCK WANTED STOCK OH LETHBRIDGE RENDERING. PhofW 32B-1336 Lethbrldgs. 223-25i7, PRiNTER WEEKLY (Letterpress) requires make- up man. Linotype experience desirable. Excellent opportunity for advance- ment. Apply: The Mountaineer, Box 1058, Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. Telephone: W03) SJS-3334. VI39-31 HORSES WANTED ALL TYPES and sizes. ALSASK PROCESSORS. John Drewry Phone 328-2911. C3659-tf MR. FARMER CUSTOM KILLING and processing. Wholesale meat and livestock' dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD. Phone 327-3048, Lethbrldge. C206-tf 49 MACHINERY WANTED WANTED ALLIS CHALMERS WD tractor for parts or stripped block for same. Phone collect 327-9728 or write P. 0. Box 702, Lethbrldge, giving particulars. 0089-31 We are In ihe marKer for good useo farm machinery trucks, trailers, Consignment or cash. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES CouHs Highway Phone Days Nights 327-1634 WE HAVE AN OPENING Require for our Calgary office Ag- greslve young man with grade 12 edu- cation, who preferably has some credit experience. Confact Mr. Schmor, 327- 3107, for appolnrment. AVCO FINANCIAL SERVICES C8M-2 lent appointments wl bf arranged. 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS FOR ALL YOUR REPAIRS AND RE- flnlshlnas, phone 328-KM, 6 o.m and weekends. 9217.7 DRYWALL, TAPING, SPRAYING Excellent workmanihip. BORGE RAVEN flh St. N Kitchen cupboards, rumput rooms, re- modelling and repairs. 327-3219 C 4319.1 GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construellon, 7lh Ave S. C7377.ll CUSTOM FRAMING DRIVEWAYS, CATIOS, CEMENT FLOORS, RENOVATIONS, RUMPUS ROOMS. FOR ESTIMATES CALL 328- OR 327-32M. PUBLIC NOTICES SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, ere. Same-day' Service, 1233- 2nd Avl. S. Phone 328-5114 CfiMWf EXPERIENCED WELDERS AND STEEL FITTERS Knud Simons'an Industries Ltd. Mr. Leon Jaskulski Swift Canadian Job Site 2nd Ave. end 43 St. N. GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO SING- machines, competent adjustments to etl other makes. Free home esti- mate. Phons 327-2243. Singer Co. of Canada, College Malt. CIM-31 MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE. SER- vices on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Al- so all small appliances, lawn mow- ers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No too large or too LETH- BRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave. S. Phone C73S3-tf 50 MISC. ARTICLES WTD. DOOR AND HARDWARE FOR 10x10 overhead garage door. Phone 345- 4131. 9215-2 WANTED BIRD CAGE STAND, with or without cage. Phone 328-3900 9108-30 WANTED OLD ROUND DINING room (able with leaves; also zig zag attachment for Singer Sewing mach- Phpns 357-7309. CAST IRON, COPPER, BRASS, RADI- fors, batteries. Highest prices. Var- zarl iron Ltd., 3308 2nd Ave. N. Phone 328-9342. C3147-tf HIGHEST PRICES Metals steel and vest Batteries, radiators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1505 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-6261 C9985-tf WANTED ORIENTAL OR PERSIAN style rugs (sny stacking legal Type bookcases; older hanging or style color glass lamps. Phone desk 328- 9024-2 AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN We require Immediately two aggres- sive salesmen desirous of earning far above average earnings to cover Fer- nle. Natal, Sparwood, Elko, Jaffray, Grasmere, and Wardner. success- ful applicant will work out of a brand new fully modern five car show room and-a well lighted paved car lot. Du- ties require one day show room and one day out each.week. Car and gas supplied and top commission. For fur- ther information contact Wm. Baczuk, Westown Motors Ltd., Four Line Gen- eral Motors Dealer, Box 1140, Fernle, B.C. Phone 423-4401. C899-5 69A WINTER ACCOMMODATION ST. MARY RIVER IRRIGATION DISTRICT TENDER FOR GRAVEL HAUL Tenders will be receiv, d by the undersigned unfit oVIock noon on November 13, 1970 for the supply- ing, hauling and loading of approxi- mately cubfc yards of coarse gravel to various parts of the Main Canal from Chin to Horsefly. Further information may be obtained from the Lethbrldge office. Tenders to be submitted on a per cubic yard basis. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. BOARD OF DIRECTORS P.O. Box 578 Lelhbridge, Alberts. Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams WARM WELOME AWAITS YOU AT Queen Victoria Inn. Ideal winter fur- nished accommodation. Indoor heated pool, sauna, near parks. With or without meals, off season rates: Mr. P. G. Hartnell, Mgr., 655 Douglas St., Victoria. 9006-7N 70 GARDENING Alberta and t Onefovr (Man HEDGE TRIMMING prunlni anci removal, 327-2W1. 9211 PETE'S ROTOTIUING. PHONE 326- JUNK AND YARD CLEAN UP. Phone 327-7398 or 327-243fl. C9V TREES TRIMMED, ODD JOBS DONE. Phone 327-7398 or 327-2438. 2968-lf WELL ROTTED MANURE AND GOOD fop soil for sole. 328-3289. 7I88-ff FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR- GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 5739.fi Secretary Manager Required on or before November 20, 1970, by fhe Army Navy and Alrforce Lefhbridge, Please apply In writing stating age, ex- perience, salary expected; also must be bondable. Applications open to veterans ana non-veteran! Deadline for applications noon Monday, November 2, 1970. Send applications to Chairman, Houst Committee; A.N.A.F. Veterans Club, 517 ith Ave. S., Lelhbridge. SCRAP IRON Brass Radlaters Batteries Always paying mere. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. JM 33rd St. North S! TRUCKS AND TRAILERS WANTIO Cash Paid For Used Trucks and Cars TOWN AND COUNTRY MOTORS Phone 327-9355 CMSMt M.fEMAlE EMPLOYMENT WANTED IN MY HOME. WILL DO TYPING IN home. Phone 327-2926. WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME. Phone 327-2394 8982-30 WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME. Phons 328-3250. 8983-30 WILL DO SEWING AND ALTERA- flora !n my own hnme. Phone 328- 3749. 9090-30 S4A LICENCED NURSERIES KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE weeks vears. Phone 328-2835. H R BLOCK INCOME TAX COURSE Thousands ara earning good money In the growing field of professional In. come fax service. Now, H a. R Block Canada's Largest Income Tax Service Will teach you to prepare Income tax returns hi a special eight week tuition course. Cur- riculum Includes practice problems, supervised by experienced Block In- structors. Enrollment Is open to all ages. No previous training or experience re- quired. For complete details p h on e Roy A. Aldous, 327-3712 days or 327- 812fi evenings. H R BLOCK 815 3rd AVB. South 327-3712 HALF PRICE WHILE IT LASTS Ibs. manure, delivered, Phone 327-2207. C735-tf FALL CLEAN-UP. ALL KINDS OF junk hauled away. Tres trimming and TENDERS FOR BARLEY AND OATS Tenders are Invited for Ihe supply and delivery of feed grains to the Resea; Station, Lethbrldge Research Sub-Staton Alberts, bushels No. 1 feed barley 1 000 bushels Jo be delivered to the R search Sub-station at Qnefour (Man and bushels to the R search Station, Lethbrldge, Alberta bushels of Extra No. T feed 09 to be delivered to the Research St tion, Lefhbridge, Alberta. Tenders on bushel's' and ov will bt considered. Samples are r quired. Qpotatlons will closs 12 o'clock noo Monday, November 9th For fu ther Information and quotation requs forms contact: C. G. SCHOENING, Assistant Administration Officer. Canada Agriculture Research Station, Lethbrldge, Alberts. Phone DEATHS PRIESTLEY Passed away on Friday, October 30, 1970, Catherine, at the age of years, beloved wife of Mr. Jouglas Priestley of 329 12th St. N. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com- pleted. Martin Bros. Di- rectors of Funeral Service. C911 ANDERSON Passed away n Taber on Thursday, October W, 1970, Carl Albin, at the age f 82 years, of Vauxhall: Fu- neral arrangements will be an- wunced when complete. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- leral Service. C913 SAKATCH Joseph J., pass- 1 away in the city on Thurs- ay, October 29, 1970, at the ge of 59 years of 1213 8 St.N. arrangements will be anpunced when completed. Siristensen Salmon Funeral ome Ltd., Directors of Fimer- Service. C9io i WESTHORA Passed away Richmond, B.C., on Thurs- ay, October 29, 1970, William Bill) formerly of Taber, at the age of 55 years, beloved hus-j band of Mrs. Lois Westhora 'of CARD OF THANKS WKKJEIX We wish to press our sincere thanks to tl pallbeareiis, honorary pallbear era, neighbors and many friend appreciation of Hieir sym pathy, floral tributes, card food and other acts of kindness on the loss of our dear hus band, father end grandfather thanks to Rev. Elliot and Martin Brothers Funera, Home. Mable Wiggell and family 921 IN MEMORIAMS McNABB In loving mem ory of my beloved husband John, who passed away Octo- ber 30th, 1968. Like falling leaves the years pass by, But love and memories never die, "Precious forever, are my memories of you, Today, tomorrow and all lif modern dairy farm, close lo Lethbrldge. Modern home. Top Writ. Box 11, Herald. caco-20 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED PART-TIME FEMALE HELP. APPLY Frank'i Lunch Bar, 820 3rd Ave. S C879-3I EXPERIENCED DISHWASHER AND experienced part-time waitress Aoolv In person alter p.m., Shanonal Suey. C873-3! County of Forty Mile No. 8 Foremost, Alberta Requires one teacher for Burden School (elementary and iunlor hioh SUBJECTS: S.S. live and six; S.S. seven, eight and nine; French seven, eight and (Voix et Phys-Ed. five ar six, seven, eight and nine. Accommodation! available. Pleale Apply to: P. J. BAKER SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS FOREMOST, ALBERTA FOR SALE BARBER SHOP AND Beauty parlour. Phone even- Ings 327-4034. 885V. BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elliott tel you how. Phone 328.3436, Column School of Broadcasting. 9175- CONFECT10NERY CLOSE TO NE' 56 suiter plus fresh inver tory of approximately Volum Increasing daily. Phone 328-2336, alle 1 p.m. C375- 64 SEWING SERVICES DRAPERY, DRESSMAKING, ALTERA tions. Inquiries welcome. Phone 328 7849. 902J.2 WANTED FOR THE LOST AND FOUND Marquis BaKery. Union waqes. Al- berta Health Plan, Blue Cross and other benalits. Please contact Ray. mond Wlese at the Marquis Bakery between 12-2 p.m. No phone calls re-4-31 OPENINGS IN TABER, FOREMOST. COALHURST AND FORT MACLEOD- WANT EXTRA MONEY FOR CHRIST- (WASI AVON Representatives can earn hundreds of dollars selling Ihe AVON Silt Una In their neighborhood. now. Call or write Mrs M Scott, 2514 23rd Ave. S. C854.3 REQUIRED FULL-TIME JECRE- lary to relieve at Catholic Cenlrsl High 16 lo approximately KKcepInt) requisite. School, Ni___ April I, 1971. TWO CALVES BOW MMpNB" Island community pasture. left rib. Phons Reward. LOST GRANDMOTHER'S GOLD bracelet with nine grandchildren's heads and names. Reward. 327-2988. 9172-31 LOST SMALL DOG, PART CHI- huahua, between 5th Ave. A and 6th Ave. S. and 12th and 13th St. Answers to lady. Reward. Phone 327-7556. 9028-2 Application forms may from; bo obtained The Office of the Catholic Separate School District no ill lEth Slreet Soulh Lslhbrldge, Alberla REWARD OFFERED FOR RETURN of strayed tri color Shetland Sheep doq (Miniature east of Letii- briiine. Tallon KDCA5 in ears. Mr. Bill Prair, student Society Oftlce, Univer- sity of Lethbridge, 9195-3 66 PERSONAl VERSATILE DANCE THE Variety Men Music for any occa- son. Phont Lin 327-6517 or Del 327- TO4-030 WELL ESTABLISHED DENTUR! clinic Calgary. 16 year same location down, balanc terms. Phone 1-269-126B, 1.289-3268. 9234- Be Sure To Read Our Ad On The Fin. Page Under This Heading MAGNA SIGN INTERNATIONAL LIMITED NEW 1r rt balance of sale, and would like 0 turn it Into cash, Niagara will pur- :hase and pay you lop price. Discuss 1 with one of our experts. Consolidn- lon loans are also available, THF NIAGARA COMPANIFS Sullc 2, 42J lib SI. S. 327-8M5 SM, PUBLIC NOTICE DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS Resort Complex Parts ot Sections 2, 3, i, to and n j Twp. 37, Rge. IB, W5th Meridian South of the Cllne River and West of Highway No. II (David lying oulside the Whllegoat Wilderness Area The Department Invites written de- velopment proposals for the construc- tion of a commercial resort complex consisting of a lodge, golf course, frail rides and related facilities. The area it located In Township 37, Range 18, West of 5th Meridian, Immediately soulh of the Cllne River crossing and Is bounded by the Cllne River, High- way No. II, Ihe township boundary on the south and the Whilegoat Wildre- ness boundary. The proposals must be submitted to the Director of Lands not later than Jecember 31, A UasB will be considered on that portion of the area which Is required to contain the development The developer shall be a Canadian Citizen, having his main place of resi- dence In Canada, or a company whose majority of shares are owned and held by Canadian Citizens having their main place of residence In Canada. The submission shall show the ollowlng: I. An area plan Indicating the location of the lodge, golf course, tack room, etc. as well as the access road. Plans of the floor areas, together with the elevations of the various structures, to comply wtlh the Na- tional Building Code of Canada. The phasing and guaranteed com- pletion dates of tho various Instal- lations. PerspectlvB sketches of the com- pleted structures and site Estimated cost of construction and proof of financial ability to com- plete the development. Provisions that will be made for boardlng horses during the olf season. Exploration of tho area Is Invited neral Home, Taber. C909, PETER Passed away the city on Tuesday, 27, 1970, following a brief i ness, Mina, at the age of years, of 618 7th St. S., t loved wife of the late Mr. Lei Peter. Requiem mass will celebrated on Saturday at a.m. in St. Patrick's Cathol Church, with Rev. Father Gfflis, O.M.I, celebrant. Inte ment will follow in Mounta View Cemetery. Prayers be said on Friday at p.m in St. Patrick's Catholi Church. Those who wish ma lay their respects at "Mart Bros. Chapel" 812 3rd Ave. S Phone: 328-2361. Martin Bros Ltd., Directors of Funeral Se vice. C91 FUNERAL BUGA Funeral service fo Eszter Buga, beloved wif the late Mr. John Buga -ethbridge who died at Monday, Oct. 26, 1970, at the age of 90 years, was held a p.m. Thursday, Oct. 29, 1970 i the Bethlen Presbyterian Ihurch with Rev. L. D. Hankin- son officiating. Pallbearers C. Laczo, T. Nagy, J. Nagy Egger, W. Domeier am Olajas. Interment was in the amily plot in the Mountain lew Cemetery. Christensen almon Funeral gome Ltd.. Jirectors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. Pattern 7298 trMS be Jacket, Tho Minister of Lands and Forests serves the right to refect any or all or to accept any proposals hlch he may consider In the best terests ot the Province. If more lhan e proposal Is acceptable, lenders ay be requested to determine the evlfioper. The Lease, if Issued, would for a period of ?5 years. Other rms and conditions such as rental ea, etc., would be negotiated with e Developer selected once the tudc of the development is known. The Department reserves the rinh! withdraw any of ihs Innrja from notice. Additional Information may be ob- Ined by phoning the Special Land e Section of the Department at 9-3S.I1, Area Code Edmonton, berla. D. S. Lawsori Director of Lano-i Sadly missed along life's way, Quietly remembered day by day, No longer in our lives to share, But in our hearts forever there. loved and sadly missed by daughter Audrey, Allan and grandchildren, Vancouver, B.C. 9199 McNABB In loving mem- ory of our dear dad and grand- pa John McNabb, who passed away October 30th, 1968. A wonderful Father, Grand- father and aid; One who was better God never made; A wonderful worker, loyal and true, One in a million, that, father was you. loved and sadly miss- ed by son Donald, Marion and grandchildren, Calgary. 9200 Trudeau Strategy: Stonewalling Opposition OTTAWA (CP) Prime Minister Trudeau's stonewall- ing of the opposition in the Common appears to be part of his main objective: To dampen the feared fires of in- surrection in Quebec. Informants say Mr. Tru- deau does not want any infor- mation to be made public that might feed the flames of spec- ulation and thus cause more confusion in Quebec. For the fifth consecutive Commons sitting day Thurs- day, the prime minister de- clined to confirm or deny statements attributed to oth- ers about terrorist and revolu- tionary dangers or to expand on the reasons originally given for the Oct. 16 procla- mation of the War Measures Act. He is said to feel that he las most of the public behind lim, no matter how much an annoyed and even aroused op- position complains about the effects of the act. Mr. Trudeau's office said he prime minister has re- ceived letters on the tate of affairs in Quebec of which 97 or 98 per cent back he government. The support is proportionately the same in nrench- and English-speaking Canada. LOOKS AT HISTORY The prime minister last week advised MPs to look up 'hat happened to Premier Al- xander Kerensky of Russia n 1917. What happened was a suc- essful Communist revolution fter Kerensky declined to e e p the revolutionaries ocked up. Informants say Mr. Tru- eau is wondering whether story might have been dras- changed if Kerensky ad jailed the revolutionaries for three months. Under the War Measures Act, a person can be detained for 90 days without being brought to court for a trial, date. BLOCKING TROUBLE Sources say .the attempt to bead off "apprehended in- surrection" has taken these aspects: now have authority to get Front de Liberation du Quebec before they go through scores of hands at radio stations or of other recipients. or publication of the latest FLQ message has been blocked. who might continue to be stirring up the situation as they were before proclamation of the emer- gency powers have been put in jail, temporarily at least. CBC has stopped an outpouring of what the gov- ernment calls idle and possi- bly harmful speculation. is patience, grow- ing thin in some quarters but apparently not in Mr. Tru- deau's, that the police will penetrate the FLQ cell appa- ratus and break the case. Regan Plots New Course Drug Commission Hears Problems TORONTO (CP) Dr. Joh Tiffin, general director of th Canadian Mental Health Ass iation, says the Le Dain in uiry should investigate what h alls the enormous problem tscouraged and alienated yout whose illicit drug use is only ymptom of their despair. He said yesterday the scope ie inquiry should be enlarge Because it is "shooting at problem we all see and e great bulk of the problem untouched as long as it dis usses drugs." He was speaking at a one-daj ublic hearing of the Le Dain mmission into the non-medi al use of drugs. The commis on, appointed by the federa vernment is begining a thin id final national tour in search piihlic comment after releas- j an interim report last June. Die commission also heard: legalization of mari- ma could lead to an increase the number and seriousness traffic accidents. Griffin say it no longer alters whether Canada legal- shades of a color to make tlu's jiffy-knit beret in ribbed stitch 2 needles, matching mitts. Pattern 7298: all sizes tad. Flf'TV CENTS (coins) for each p a L L c r n (no please) add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing ami special 'fins LETtiBKIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street VVcst Toronto 1, Ontario, Health Units Get Grants EDMONTON (CP) The cabinet has approved supple- mentary grants to provincial health units and the health de- partments in Edmonton and lalgary. Edmonton will get more than and Calgary about a j Tlie government also an- j lounced grants of about o the International Geological Conference and lo the Alberta Teachers Association fine arts council to defray ex- penses for a recent conference. An overdraft of was approved for the highways de- partment, which needed the money to complete roads into provincial parks. izes people want it, they're going to get it .president of the Cana- dian Student Liberals says his group believes the federal gov- ernment should remove "all penalties for simple possession" of marijuana or cannibis. Dr. Griffin said many of the young people he sees have the feeling of being useless, with no opportunity to do anything use- ful, creative or satisfying. On drug education, he said: "There's no point in showing them film after film that says you're going to go crazy if you take LSD. There's no point in jiving them the LeDain report o won't read it." Cathy Riggal, representing he Canada Council of Young Drivers, who said legalization of HALIFAX (CP) Pledged to social reform and greater in- dustrial development the Lib- eral government of Premier Gerald A. Regan today begins plotting a new course for Nova Scotia. iThe first Liberal administra- tion in 14 years was sworn into office in a traditional ceremony at Government House Wednes..' day night and immediately vowed to "proceed with our pro- gram of a.well-measured pro- gressive reform. The change of government came two weeks after the elec- tion in which the Liberals took 23 seats in the 46 seat house, the Progressive Conservatives 21 and the New Democratic Party two. Former premier G. I. Smith said after the election he would wait until after the official count of votes before resigning. The official tabulations con- firmed election night figures al- Uiough five recounts remain to be completed. NAMES MINISTERS The resignation was followed by the announcement a few hours later of Mr. Regan's cabi- members including himself. Only four have pre- vious legislature experience. Mr. Began will assume chair, manship of the Nova Scotia Power Commission, a position also held by the premier in the former government. Other members of cabinet in- clude: Nicholson, 51, a law- yer, minister of finance and economics and of education, has been a member of the legisla- ture for Annapolis West since 1956. He was the opposition fin- ancial critic and served on most of the major house committees. Pace, 52, attorney- general and minister of labor, is a newcomer to politics. A senior partner in a Halifax law firm, he has served as chairman of the Nova Scotia Barrister's So- marijuana could lead to an in-1 ciety's legal aid committee, crease in accident, called for Brown, 39, minister research into the effects of such Irugs on skills such as driving. "Drugging and driving are just as dangerous as drinking and she said. John Varley of the Student .iberals said his group wants le government to prepare "leg- slation to allow legal, quafity- ontrolled distribution" of mari- lana. The commission recom- lended in its interim report in une that prison sentences be iscontinued for possession of narijuana and a maximum me be substituted, DEAD DRUNK To kill garden slugs, let them drown in beer, suggests the Re- search Service of the United States department of agricul- ture. 'Die slugs show no prefer- ence. They'll even go for stale beer. IP Coal Train Off Track REVELSTOKE, B.C. (CP) Canadian Pacific Railways crews expect to clear its main line in Albert Canyon 20 miles east of Revelstoke today in the wake of a coal train derail- ment late Wednesday night. Eighteen cars in the 104-car unit bound for the Roberts Bank superport near Vancou- ver left the tracks, forcing an east-bound passenger train to detour onto the Canadian Na- tional line. Workmen .hurriedly c o n- strticted a loop track around the wreck and service was restored on the temporary line early Thursday. No one was injured in the derailment. of highways, was first elected to the Nova Scotia legislature in a byelection in 1969. He is presi- dent of the Hova Scotia Liberal Association. -Dr. J. William Gillis, 33, minister of agriculture and mu- nicipal affairs and minister in charge of the Liquor Control Act. It is his first election to po- litical office after serving as as- sistant professor of geology at St. Francis Xavier university in Antigonish, E, Sullivan, 38, minis, ter of welfare and mines, has practised law in Sydney, N.S., since 1956. Comeau, 54, nrinistet of lands and forests and fish- eries, is a mink rancher from Clare, N.S., first elected to the Nova Scotia legislature in 1967. Fiske, 39, minister of xade and industry and provin- cial secretary, is a motel opera- tor in the New Glasgow area. Scott MacNutt, 35, minis- ter of health ami responsible for housing and human rights, was welfare director for Dartmouth, N.S. The cabinet is one of the smallest in Nova Scotia history and has five fewer members than the Conservative adminis- tration. MADE VICE-PRESIDENT Lillian Block, managing edi- tor of Religious News Service, has been named a vice-presi- dent of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, under whose auspice the service oper- ;