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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta rr r.. Tttwiily wmct include vilisrjes and small tovns to build low rental suitably constructed, for these people to remain in the familiar environment of their home- 'lapper.inys Toe THEM'S THE HAZARDS Tcking the ups end Ihs en inner Subs ore left to right, Da-en downs is psrt of ell the fun, especially when riding the Ben Mstkin, Bruce Lamb, all 13 yecrs G ry Scenic Drive hill. Kicking up o little of Ihe while stuff Anderso-, Greener, reasons for clianges Half name-switch applicants women friend ?er.: foUowiog essay essay -jras gtven :o severai years before his father passed a-ray. Sbce rereivlrg I have sent it ro other friends vrho have a persraal loss. TDey ail said it helped. ''In this sac '.vorld oi ours, sorrow comes to ail, and it ofsa comes vrlth titter Perfect relief is pos- escept time. You D-nv beliex'e that you wf-] ever feel Eu: this is r.ot true You -JTS to asain. "h'S. trulv it. TVU! make you less" rruse-ab'.e EC--. I hid e-nerierjce ii> make liis satemer.-.. .Arraharri Uzcolr: Please tx-i: it. -MaKrg I; Back DZAK FT.IZXD: Thank for sharirffi mnis of -sisdom Tr-r.' can be e.trrerr.ely sup-xrr d-ri-ig dark of I bioe readers -5-li: clip this arjd q-jotfi the" phfjos-xhy at-rrib-itec -.0 Ltzcolr. they dr'r.'t kno-r wbat to say -.0 a has a ioved orje DE.AH ANN Flcase tell yjur readers thai fat pw-pie are human. We ha-e feeiir.cs. believe i: or net. Tm a ojHere MDO v.-o.-ked a resort this svun- mer. About ten crs Tvorkeci there. Elongside me. One of the R-SS arv-u; my We Lx-k ncvhing shie escept for bei-it ar.; b'jild the lc-.f hair It just alrwit killed e ;n be caiiec hy her uinic tin-es a I; lei me ;hzi re op e co look at E face or to a voice or pay ary a-f-tion to per- sonality If a Ctrl is shs's a rlo-b. a nothir-g. Why are people so Fai Miserah.e DEAK GEU.: If you hate yo. are, then be ?or.e- differer.t- Others have vv-, th-c Of The Bulge i ind so can you. Get "Rusty p-.pes Aro ]gm ST. I you YKI. Lacy, zre ar. The you "e NBC rs-io becsufe an tt'ims LVJT i? I: yojj voice a :_: o: you'd hsve a By GESNT G.U.T VANCOUVER What's ir, a name I1 Each nmth. M and 55 British Columbia resi- cents officiary change_ theL- nanies. says Beverly Thomas of the provincial viirJ statis- tics deparrrcen'. Applicants aren't required to ove reasons for to but >ts. Thr-mas said the a large rurr.ber of recent immigrants applying for name change." "Last citir.enshir. re- f reason" why a wo-man an "arr.aruirjy good analysis calted he: Gail she go: a bad couldn't name to of my character" and recom- feeling, "like i: vs-r 0_ mended a lis: ci more suitable rruc self." Je n' n i f e r Brigid L'iham Her ze didn't Hke the sound c-f rer When MjL-rs-fi Gail re- dded to change her name le- name so she irer_t to a pur-jc lecrure offered by the Kaba- Margaret Gail Ditmars gai'y to Rashica i.'ttrja.-s "my I naa a m rind, ich ziicbi 'r-' vo: or I universirie? cr ?2u J DEAR PAVL: I >-.r-v oc: rsci'r a crir-dcr full :f h? rnTv a person to ob- tain a ne- hanofe under the Chance of Name Act has to have lived in British Col- umbia for ore vear prior to the arrlication. Aboui hali o: the applica- "We-'ve cuirs a number o: calls from -.vorlerins: if have to taie tuess it's to c'o th this'; lib stuff." sal; Mrs. Thorr.a? has never ielt the urge to charge her cra- There are a number of ar- to alter the i-.g; of names, such as Shirley M Shurlee or Kyan to Ryon. Arx: some people have bees advisee ;o change theb names by the Kabiliria.- Fraternal ur.y" and a better name irili reruli ir a better life. A pamr-hlet issuer by the fo'jrde-r. in by Alfrevi J. Parker of promises that the Ka- be balancsd to eliminate here-rlitary weas- ne55 and ensure a comniet? arsdjarry life." "Thfl surr.arue is the herec-i- !ar> Wrsn chanced ihrour'r i; can re- crea'e or cesrrrv vour li-'e. larian orEanuzatiori. A niem- "tiaiii clotmng. I fe't LJ- liihses.? ann I su_ of the orgamiau'cn comfortable." irieals feel that -By." Forms of behavior control causing scientific headache By JUDITH has opsratfi or tr.- rrams cf mer.: ci cerresrlrr Vaurhar. t.-e erects 01 an saic. Jii. has sorierimes c-psr- if there is cne px-lu'-.-e aspe-rt a'r-d the same to chcfsurcery. The Social Credit Association wO hold the annual Wednesday at B p.m. in the civic cenn-e for election of officers and the choosing of del- egates to acend the leadership convention. The regular monthly iuncheo-i oi :be Christian Women's Club Trill be held Monday at p.m. at Sven Erlcksen's Family Res- tsurant. Feamred will be a tali by local bomemaker James Duristar-, resin craf: cemonstranoa by Happy House Hobbies, and special music by a !oal ladies' chorus. .Dance Cub hold the regu- lar dance Saturday ai p.m. 1 -In hall. AH square darters Women arc asiterl to brina a bss Tne regular rating of Faith r.ereliab ixxige No. 93 EH] oe he.: at E p.m. in toe 05cieliow installatjon of M neid. O'-dmsn Rive- Pnriars' C-iild Till hold ar. anrusl Eeet- :-g Tuesday a: p.m. in the An Centre. A o: n-Jl ire pd. are urged to at- Tr.e Royal Canadian Legion Aumliary No. 4 will meet day at 6 p.m. for Supper ioilcra-- ed hy me meetine at B p.m. There vrlll be an ejection of the president, installation and so- n romrrjeaded "for tie re- movai of Medicare and Blue Cross premium from our eld- 'erly citizens. Mirry of them DOT receive adequate health services which some have riif5- cultie; in keeping accurate Blue Cross records, and would asi: that subscribers to Blue Cross pay 20 per cent of the cost of their QTUE5. when Durchasing them and the druggist collect the balance from Blue Cross." Women of rnifarm. in the brief, reiterated their stand on The Sterilization Act. and said they "affirm mat people certi- fied as being manually unS; to be parents "should, hsre their reproductive capabilities cur- tailed.'' "Therefore ask that The Sierllizat-on Aci of 1513 be re- updated and rsin- The organiration eisrj ei- pressed concern "aboui the KS- sibre removal of The Censor- lence. aad Kieciing We deplore the lowering ol moral standards resultinz tram continusl pornographi: ere." PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 1 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS tODG: ROOM [UDsrairsl FV1RY THURS.-8 p.m. t I e.v York, said a oi rhe panent erotic beter- by only a people, can Dtcrures in order to apply them to certain large ch-inge his sexual groups ai peopje. including erodes End psycl-nsurjery that oners and menu! ferry fc-ain strj-rrures cents and retarded childrer. in has also beer, used for the treat- siate msrinirions. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes performing brain thai could be desrrurtive :o patients. or in pa- gard as "therapeutic priced- cures." Tnese should be regarded as eioerlmeris. said, since tr.ere i; no Kvay of knowjic they ar.- beneficuii. and sdeo- abont the brain A isturbing aspect of the probiecu. continued, is Di ihese c-peraiion? are being performed., because no mean- ingful rerjlaictis are in effect. Nor. be added, lias anyone ccm- parea iheu- apriica'r-ility vviih other methods of treaimer.t. altering s-.L-je-. rarely performed, escsot for Mrs. 7 r. o rr, 2 said that trrer rurrer.t reru'atfons. if a i-. Jsckso-. for o-.a-r-'.e. LEISTER'S COMING EVENTS BURNS SUPPER AND DANCE LEGION MEMORIAL HAU. SAT., JAN. 20 p.m. DONT MISS OUR RECORD SALE STARTS TOMORROW Vorletiti Include Muiie end LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BIDG. PHONE th-? rfcuirfr-r-.ts re: 3 tc s'.ii-.t to t-e Notice cf :S- chana1 rr.u't be 3 f-nr.o-jncK: ir !b? B C. Ga- rette. She Mid jhe cii-.'t know pf nr.y rases of .1 arcly- u-.f t'nr a r.-.alo n.u-.-.o or a nian applyiii: for s t'er.v.rune naa-.e. ihere no CASH BINGO ST. BASILS HALL-Cor. 13lh St. ond 6lh Ave. N. FRIDAY, JANUARY 5th O'CLOCK 4lh and 8th Games S30 in 7 NUMBERS-lJlh Game 540 5 CARDS FOR 51.00 OR 25c EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT NUMBERS IUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH 5100 Lutky Number Draw worth S3 Pmcni Under 16 YfOfi Not Allowed SPONSORED IY ST. BASH'S MEN'S CLUB B BENEFIT SHOES N JANUARY CLEARANCE J E CONTINUES AU SHOES TAKEN FROM REGULAR STOCK c NOTHING CHANGED BUT THE PRICE SAME HIGH QUALITY NEW LOW PRICES 1; 5 H 0 E S LADIES' LEATHER WINTER BOOTS REDUCED Many Other Fantastic Savings! BENEFIT SHOES 4th AVE. S. PH. 327-7300 Open Tonife Until 9 p.m. WINS NEW BERNINA SEWING MACHINE From BAKER'S FABRIC CENTRE ;n New Perm Specials Jan. 9 -Feb. 1 Reg. S20 NOW 517.50 Reg. 517.50 NOW 515.00 Reg. NOW 517.50 Rrg.513.SO NOW 510.00 Reg. S10.00 NOW S S.OO We are hoppy to have Erther PoalcMe bock to w FOR APPOINTMENT PHONE B. and J. Hnirstyling Salon Ltd. 506 4lh Avp. 5. Phone 328-3650 P'C'jreci obove ot left Is r'cn- cf Bake-'s Fabric c-r v-f. ?-c-k J. P.'Z1? nr-hf rf 6'h S "c -s vi'lnncr cf a '''.re" "f. S-" tocctpd n A'.c ;