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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta FLASHI Havo o Family Re-Union This Christmas. Bring your from Britain and Europo to Canada on iho Low Wintnr 22 45 day excursion faro. For reservations and Information tonlacl ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALI PHONE 328-3101 The Letltbtuige Herald SECOND SECTION Lcthbridfjc, Alherla, Wednesday, August 16, 1972 JJAGES 17 TO :i2 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL 8LDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. PHONE 328-7121 "Do you hove a spare pair of glanei for holiday Abortion committee here usually grants approval lly MAHLKNK COOKSHAW Jlcrnlil Staff Writer F considcra- lion the legal aspects of the problem, mcd- ioal people s h o u 1 d have been perform- ing abortions a long time ago, says a mem- be r o t t h o Ihei'apeulic abortions commit- making her carry an unwant- ed baby. Termination of preg- nancy causes so little risk of lie said. T h c therapeutic abortions committee is composed of two lee of a city hospital. "In many cases, the doctors are harming tile woman by physicians ami one psychia- trist, as required by federal legislation. Federal law stales that an abortion may bo performed only if the health of the moth- er is at stake. Social and eco- nomic reasons arc not consid- ered; neither ore cases of po- tential deformity in the child. The spokesman said Iherc not a great deal of abor- tions performed in this area, on the average about 70 or WJ annually. "The (lumbers liere arc quite small considering the population, compared other cities in and Canada." difference is (lint In Lclhbridgc, the number of unmarried women .seeking abortions is about equal to the number of married women, while in moat other centres there arc more married than single women seeking abor- tions, he said. lie attributed this to the fact tliat "younger women are gencraly wLser, and have less hangups about contraception; they simply don't get preg- nant as often." "IjClhbridge is a well-doc- tored he said. "There arc more physicians per cnn- ita here than anywhere else in Canada. 1 think because of tho high level of medical care, there is more and better con- traceptive advice reaching the people.11 fie felt that something greatly needed, though, is an education program on con- traception mid the prevention Third in series of pregnancy. "AH the heartache of an un- wanted pregnancy could avoided if sufficient accur- ate information had been sup- plied in the first he said. "Unwanted pregnancies arc the greatest contributors to menial he added. He quoted a study made in Swe- den, where the comparison of unwanted children and a con- trol group of other children showed a dramatic difference in mental health. "Almost all of the unwant- ed children showed psycholo- gical and emotional ill health, with a greater tendency to- wards vandalism and acts of viol en ce. The comparison of percentages was The same hole's for the mother, he said- "There is no question alwut the fact that the physical health of the pregnant woman is harmed when her mental health is not good. "Her instability could lead to suicide or a damaging il- legal abortion, or in most cases she just becomes so run down and ill that siie faIIs prey to other di.sea.scs." He said many abortions arc done at the request and ad- vice of a psychiatrist. "He must assess compare Uic dangers of pregnancy and of abortion for the individual patient." "The risk of a simple D and C (dilation and curettage) is minimal, while in some cases, a pregnany itself can be quite serious." He said very few women who come requesting abor- tions are turned, down. The reason for refusal is generally thai the psychia- trist or doctor determines through counselling that the woman, would suffer more from a guilt complex which would foltow the operation than from continuing lo carry the baby. Another reason for refusal would be the discovery lhat termination of pregn a n cy would cause more harm than, its continuation "This is rare in physical terms." He sekl tJic number women turned down amount- ed to "only a few per and that they had never re- ceived any complaints con- cerning women who should ha ve had an abortion snd were turned down. "If a woman is pregnant ancJ is considering an abor- tion, she .should Jirsl make a visit to the family doc-tor as soon as she is aware she is he said, "If the family doctor will not refer her to the people necessary to make the deci- sion, which is uncommon, then she should visit another physician who will. "A doctor who would turn her down at that stage is ona who is making considerations that do not apply to the pa- tient's specific medkal condi- tion. "If the abortion is for pby- .sica! reasons, the woman will referred to a specialist in internal medicine, who will d etermi n c the problem and the risk involved. "H the patient's mental health is considered, she v.'ill be referred to a phy- chiatrist for counselling." The cost for the operation is In most cases i L is completely covered by Ihe Alberta Health Plan. In others the charge would be approximately to above that covered by the plan. College to meet The Lelhbridgo Community College's new board o( govern- ors will meet Thursday at 2 p.m. to deal matters which have hecn piling up since tho last regular meeting. The most recent meeting was held Juno 28 prior to the expir- ation of terms of office of thrco board Tho meeting will lie closed to the press and the public. of the vacancies were filled recently and the student representative position is peeled to filled shortly. Hob Babki, a Lcthhridgc law- yer is Hie new chairman. Other memlrers arc Mrs. ,1. R. Gunn of Stirling and Ken flilcy, the faculty represcnla tivc on the board. OOPS! Oops. The informal evening Includ- ing tours, discussions and dirv ner which the Herald said would lake place this Thursday at the University of Lethbridgc, lias already taken place last Thursday. Tho university docs, however, welcome visitors at any time. PLAN NOW! TO ATTEND THE 50th ANNUAL DISTRICT HORTICULTURAL AND DOMINION GLADIOLIS SHOW SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, August 19th MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP Phono 327-1515 IIFE'S A BALL A least it seems so for youngster! books. Soon, the trees at Henderson lake will also be in such as Dale Nordick, of Lethbridge, who's ill for a change scenery. September is nearly upon us. lost particles before Irading in a soccer ball for school _____________-Bill Groenen Pholo Weekend busy with horticulture The 50lh anniversary of the Lcthbriilge Horticultural Show will Ire Ireld at the exhibition pavilion Aug. JD anil 20. ANTIQUE AND BYGONE SALE! Sat., Aug. 19th 1 T a.m. Viewing Frl., Aug. 1 Blh from 12 noon to 10 p.m. OVER 400 ITEMS AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Avenue North Phone 327-1222 Catalogue Available As well, the IBlh annual pro- vincial horticultural show and the Canadian flladiolas show will bo held in Lelhbridge. "H is not known how many entries will be in the Stephanie Wolstoncroft, secre- tary of the I-cthbridgc Horticul- tural Society says." There are usually about 75 enlrics in the local show, and this could Seminar postponed The Regular seminar on Prob- lems of Renting which was lo linve held tonight has been postponed until next Wednes- day at 7 p.m. The meetings are held in lloom 7 of the Kate Andrews Building _ ;il Ihe l.othbridgc Community j College. They are sponsored hy Wayne Clark, manager of Con- linciilal Aparlmenls. frippled this she said. "We're prepared for almost she added, and said they'll know for sure after the Aug. 17 midnight deadline. As well as judging exhibits, flower displays will be set up by Sicks1 Lethbridge Brewer- ies, the research stations at Brooks, Olds mid IxHnbriilgc, and by the Japanese ladies in Local junior gardeners will be contributing to the show, with vegetable and flower dis- jlays. Judging will take place from loon lo 2 p.m. Aug. 10. A ban- net will be held for otit-ol own guests at .s p.m., anil 32 HOURS ONLY CAMM'S ______ SUMMER SHOE Spectacular! SELLOUT OF ENTIRE SUMMER STOCK! RIDICULOUSLY LOW PRICED TO CLEAR! Reg. Values to 11.00 5 Reg.Values to 15.00 Positively 3 days only THURSDAY I FRIDAY I SATURDAY 9 n.m. 9 p.m. I 9 a.m. 9 p.m. I 9 a.m. 6 p.n CAMM'S .103 Sib STREET S. SHOES Mayor Andy Anderson will o! ficially open the show at 7 p.m The awards for the show wil be presented Aug. 20 at 2 p.m. followed a lour of the cit; for out-of (own gnesls. The anil bus will be used to ton local sites including the Nikk; Yuko Centennial Garden. The admission price is 5 cents and tea will be served a the pavilion. A Gardener of (he Year L also to named by past Gar deners of (he Year. Among cral trophies Et> he awarded the Gardener of the Year wi receive the new Dr. J. S. Steu nrt Memorial trophy, by The Herald. New extension director for regional C. S, (Sherry) Clark has hecn rmicd southern Alberta region- nl director for Itic Alberta do- Kirlmcnt of agriculture exten- sion division, effective today. He succeeds John Calpas in he office following Mr. Calpas' appointment a.s ex- agriculture nn division director fo An agriculturist with a wit back ground of experience both private indush-y ant! go crnment agriculture servic Mr. Clark first joined (ho pr I'incial department in 1% regional noullry specialist st lioncd in LcMibridge, Ho had worked for 20 ypa for Canada Packers Limited I ho feed, canning and poult divisions with experience production and marketing. Mr. Clark will move into h new office in the Science Bull ing nt the Txrthbridgc Commn ily College nt tho end of An ustf relocating from the Provi cial Building. Mr. Clark, his wife Alice two boys and two girls will co tinue lo make Txtlhbridgc tho home. C. S. (S1IERRY) CLARK ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz 222 5th St. S Fhor-.it 328-4095 American youth is armed robbery victim By LARRY BENNKTT Herald Staff Writer An armed robbery seven iles soulh of the city on High- ay 4 netted thieves cash id left an 18-year-old Ameri- hitchhJker stranded and oneyless in Canada. Dave Stevens, a stu- :nt at the Arizona State Uni- ersity in Phoenix, told The erald he handed over his bill- Id which held cash when was confronted by two men a car one with a revolver veled at his stomach. "I got a ride with a farmer about seven miles south of wn and was standing on the iadside when I saw a 19G4 levrolet with two men in it ass me, continue down the oad about 500 yards and then ack up to me. "The man on the rider's side the car pointed a revolver .it the window at me and told ie to give him my Ir. Stevens told-The Herald. [As I watched, them drive way, one of the men kept Minting the gun at me, and all could think to do was get to house or he said, As soon as he reached ouse the RdMP were called nd road blocks were set up on 11 major roads in the Le Gooder volunteers sought The Lethbridge public school administration is seeking volun- cers for the Dorothy Gooder School, to assist teachers in vorking with the handicapped itudents. "We can U5C almost as many xxjple as we can said )r. Bob Gall, director of spe- cial services for public schools. Dr. Gall said anyone who can offer lime on a regular basis should come to Ihe school on Aug. 23 or Inter to talk with school principal, Tiill Wcadick. Dr. Gall said there are lit- erally hundreds of things a vol- unteer can do to help the teach- er helping in tho instruction of students, marking tests and setting up piny t hint's are just some of the "About the only re.nl require- ment is [hat the volunteers are able to come on ,1 regular said Dr. Gall, "Whether they can only come tivo hours a week or a day a week isn't as import a tit as that they come when they say they will." The positions are unpaid but not unrewarding special edu- cation i.i where the action is in education today, he said. Bridge district. The Lhcives were not apprehended. Mr. Stevens described the ,wo men in the car as about 20 years old with long hair. "They both appeared to be Indians. One of them had shoul- der length hair and the other lad a Beatte cut his hair ,ust covered his ne said. The car they were driving was described as a I9G4 Chev- rolet with a badly-rusted paint job and a rusty dent in the right rear fender. Mr. Stevens also reported it had a very loud muffler. 'I didn't stop to get the li- cence number because one of the men was pointing the gun at me as they drove he said. RCMP report the search for tbe car and the men continues lliis morning and more informa- tion has recently become avail- able. Mr. Stevens told The Herald he would remain in Lethbridge for a few days in the hope his money will be recovered. have great hopes the mon- ey will be found because all but are American he said. To further complicate his problem he said'he had money in the bank in Arizona, but "made arrangements with the bank to release money from my account only when I was present and signed for it, "I made the arrangements only so I wouldn't spend too much money on he said. An RCMP official said rangemenLs would be made for Mr, Stevens to get money from welfare, or a similar agency had experienced no troub- le and met a lot of really great he said. When the robbery occured Stevens was on the way back to the United He ad planned to use his money o purchase an airline ticket lo because he is afraid o hitchhike in the U.S. so he could get back home. "A friend and I drove to Ca nada and entered the countn, at Windsor, Ont., where I de cided to hitchhike across tb country so I could sec it aru meet somo Canadians. ]CLIFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL IAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDO. PHONE 327-2832 DAVE STEVENS COMING! DUCK SEASON THINK MODEL 870 REMINGTON PUMP 12 GAUGE SHOTGUN 30 inch barrel, full ctioks with 1 box of 25 i tie III end Gun Case. SUPER SPECIAL 3 DAYS ONLY Call Sporting 327-5767 99.95 DOWNTOWN Anglo Distributors SERVICE CENTRE 419 5th Street Soulh Phono 328-6661 NOW OPEN Government licensed Technician Repairs to Televisions and Taps Recorders. SONY LLOYDS DUAL NORESCO SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. S. Thursday, August 17th SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE New gold chesterfield and chair: DuMniit stereo new Kclvinator 2 door (ridge; Blonci dining room suito with Inble, A chairs and combination chin.i cabinet- Iniffcl; Admiral TV; 2 large cupboards; Buffel: r. metal shower c-iibinctsi Gibson washer-spin dryer; Older dresser; 3 green, 3 yellow and 1 white bathtubs; Chrome table; 2 portable TVs; Chesterfields and chairs: 16 mm sound projector; Golf cart; Electric Car lop carrier: Toboggan; Arborite; Swing set; Gas and electric ranges; Rear (nick bumper; Power mowers; Exerciser. Coleman thermos; Coleman lantern; Wheel barrow; Ironing board; Serving Mangle; Garden tools; Dishes; Pots arid pans; Toys; Uirge >val! clock; Windows; Doors; Vanity dresser; Plastic pipe; Bicycle; 2 single beds; Tires and wheels for mobile homes. Many Store Hems Too Numerous To Mention. SPECIAl VOLKSWAGEN fOR fURTHIR INFORMATION CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 328-4701 1920 3nd AVE. f. LETHBRIDG! AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN lie. 41 Lie. 458 ;