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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 2t wt itTHMiDG! HHtwt) -77 TETS AND SUPPLIES WAMTED GOOD HOME FOR KIT. letii. Phone 32U-8I71. TWO sTAMESE KIITCNS. PHONE 317-1101 _ Cor O'lTAWA (CP) The five of the Lc Dain coin-mission will begin a Canadian .our next month in search of. public comment on their June 19 report lo the government on non-medical drug use. Tlic report brought i brief political controversy centring on a recommendation that prison sentences be discontinued for illegal possession of any drug and a maximum fine be substituted. Although mere was Httle dissent on the federal political scene, the provincial aAtoraeys-general strongly opposed this and other proposals at a midsummer meeting with Justice Minister John Turner in Halifax. Bui the report produced remarkably htlle reaction from :hc public, if the volume of mall is any indication. A commission source said about 151) letters came in during :he weeks since the interim report was tabled in the Commons. The small number may reflect a tendency of people to put off writing because of summer holidays and the summer-long post office rotating strikes. I'EOPLE MUST RESPOND Dean Gerald Daiu oi Os-goorle Hall law school said in a statement i s s u e ci here that the commission feels "the Canadian people should have an op. porlum'ty to respond." During their national lour the commissioners will seek responses from association and 5i-oups, individual parents, .eachers, scientists and youths. Dean Le Dain spent part c-E the snminer in France, Sweden and Switzerland studying drug problems in those countries t conferring wilh World Health Organisation officials. Olher commission members also look llw road. Marie-An-dreo Betrand, Montreal crimi-nologist and only woman member of the royal commission, visited Yugoslavia, went lo "f Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memorianis DEATHS CARDS OF Lon land, Ihe Netherlands and Morocco; and Petor Stein. Vancouver social worker, conducted studies for the commission in California and New York. The schedule for the commission's national tour: Oct. 15, Trois-IUviores, Que. Oct. 16-17. Shcrbrookc, Que.; Ocl. M, Halifax; Oct. IA, St. John's, NHd.; Ocl. 29. Toronto; Ocl. 30. Montreal; Nov. 5, Saint John, N.B.; Nov. (i. Charlotte-town; Nov. 12, Winnipeg, Nov. 13, Regina; Nov. Edmonton; Nov. 20, Vancouver -.uunty of Vulcun Nc. 2 Invites quolfltlofis on 5 tandem nrav-'l trucks wllh 10 lo n Oranllord c 'ii 25 ton liolal and P.T.O. nuiy cc oblalncJ from the underslancd. Quoin Hens should Ijo su jmltted by Tuesday, Odober 13, K. H. Gotcnby j Secrciary-Treasurer C.oonly of Vulcan No. 2 Vulcan, Alberto CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES FOR Of Secon OTTAWA (CP) A Canadian pilot's combat report lor Oct. 15, .liM4, read in part: "We selected one group of three aircraft and fired a two-second burst of cannon, closing to 50 yards. One aircraft immediately exploded and strikes were observed on the other two We were VCJT close to the ground and on the sudden pull-out Ihe aircraft stalled, nicked and the control column flew out of. my hands. 1 regained control and left Ihe area." A copy of this combat report, like all others involving the triii-engine Mosquito, went to the designer and manufacturer, de Havilland. The versatile Mosquito had proved that it could even fly itself. On Friday, some 500 former de Havilland workers ul Malton near Toronto will hold a reunion dinner. The Malton plant produced of the Mosquitoes built (luring the S'econd World War. The Mosquito was strictly Wood id World The Mosquito flew its first operational sortie Sept. 18, 1941. The navigator wns a peacetime barber named S'ow-erbults. The first Canadian-built Mossie flew at Malton Sept. 24, 1942. Tire Light Night Striking Force of Mosquitoes raided Berlin .170 times, 3G of these on consecutive nights. With its two crew members sat side by side, as hi school