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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta INQUIRE ABOUT NEW OVERSEAS AW FARES EFFECTIVE APRIL 1-1973 (Subject to Government Approval) ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3301 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Ltthbridge, AJberta, Tuesday, January 16, 1973 PAGES 11 TO 22 LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Moll Lethbridge, Alberta Phone {403 338-7411 FILING CABINETS Organized crime behind porno says police chief Organized crime is deeply in- volved in Lbe production of pornography. Police Chief Ralph Mlcnelson said Tuesday. "This is a very, very lucra- tive field." Chief said." and it is Lhe major source of crime syndicate money used to manipulate other business- es.'' Tne chief mac'e the claim. which he says is backed up by police intelligence reports, in a statement announcing Lhat a summons has been issued against (he distributor of 600 books'" seized Wednes- day by one detective. General News Ltd. uill ap- pear in court Wednesday to show cause w-y the books should not be destroyed by Lhe Crown. NO PROSECVTION Chief MichelHra said thst the Attorney-General's department has advised Lhe police that the books seized are obscene, but there will be no prosecution in this case. "It is our policy to co-operate with local outle-ts. ard we en- courage them to take the initia- tive in taking this material from the market." he S2ia. "1; is Lhe aim of t're p-o'ice to put the crirce syndi- out oi busiress. and we can best do that by local cruets.'1 Chief The books las: day are published by To.-.er Publications in New Yot'k. seizure fellows a similar course followed by police in Manitoba after the Attorney-General in that province judged the pub- lications, with such lilies, as "Carnal Cousins." and Flesh Trade.'1 to be obscene. Chief Michelson said that while "tons and tons1' ot the material have been urmed away at the border, printing plates are now being "smug- gled" into Canada from the United States Mood of a meeting runny now :he mood of o council meeting change. City Monoger Tcm Nurtfng go-ss from looking barely alive TD painfully heading back a snicker lo roaring hilarity in these three photos by Herald photographer Bill Groe- n-n. 11 oil task place at Monday right's council meeting. Theatre group groics Lcil-.bridge Youth Theatre grew to :00 Mon- day evero-.g at the society's n-eoting in the Bowman Arts Centre." Person atter.drng viewed a studen: production of Archie arjd Mehitabel. and film a Leihbridge teie-.ision pantomime rehearsal. Plans were laid for member- ship in the Play- goers W.h adversary Theatre for Children, a speech choir, theatre nights at the Eowrm and vortshops. Youth thearre r.-ierrir-ers meet again Mervrlay. P.e- ye-irs are ?cb.edulea far -liG-1 p m. EDd for tiese older a: 7 p.m. A spools! senior re.hearsi! will be held next Tuesday at 7 p.m. All sessions are in the Bo-.i--.ar. Arts Leibridje Youth Theatre -Is a project of the Allied Arts Council. million capital budget approved SnoicmobilinQ anyone? i his is a snowmobile trail in Indian Battle Perk. In rran offers mere bad news for January, supposedly the deed of winter. And the weather- worm wec-lher. Kerber photo Air terminal talks Thursday o: the o: ciii-es at Ke.-yon Field. Mayor Ar-cy Anderson told cornel! a department spokesman has indicated "we can give you what you want." refcrrir.g to a plan for im- The meeting is set for p.m. A request that council peti-' ur-fcnuuite Albert-a LS in the in council and is open t-he Canadian Football VlTons zons-. Tl.-.len LEacue to discontinue Grov CUD _, Games on Sundays was simply n iiled. Council pokited out that the Tne request carce from pa- First reading was given Mon- -.uia and run- idential disrates sory board in the city. The board will deal with res- Cvjntrol of the game Lime and o: the First United date Is in the hands of the tele-' Church s-ayirg that the vision networks aiw that "it is corr.retcs with worship. ta'bh'sh a lindlordSnradri- Li in Uw-hiid5 of the -ths accommodation and that arise between to stage Babes iii Arms noro. ;hf? pro- coe.5 EC: with air The bylaw requires two more or sir-ire before i: officially es- he h e s the six-tneir.ber Special hearing classes in limbo Gilbe-t P'te-so- J--'e- '11 School Vucerts 'wifperforrri LOUllCll AMll re-eXamillC Babes ir. Arms at ;hs V ate? llOHie-OCCllpatioil i-LOcgers ar.a nai; at J. an ii- council sivuld look at the by- in >e. ce.-.u-r.u-.g rer.oo by1..-.1.' :o bwer tile fee law ag.iir, to try to make it Adtniss.er. nc-i-c e up a businesses' The reouest was tabled for a Br.on i-V rcrort from the administration e: 3: Gil'rer. Patcrser. d.- rec: the p'ay arc net meant to ilish ScS-cl .-'rarce '-'-V -i-' If T Lli an amend- "eil I he chorcvgrr.pjor ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schworti Bldg. 232 St. S. Chens 328-4095 incidents me ucenee which into Jan 1. charges a xxi fee for home orcup-ations. SHELDON'S PROMOTION SALE 1 DAY ONLY THURSDAY, JANUARY 18th 516.3rd AVE. S. Two Ix'tlibridce :ncn pleaded guilty in Loihliridpo Provincial Court Monday to ch.irpes of of offensive htivo Kvn remanded to J.in. :5 for When a fichi liroko out in the Kir of the Dallas Hotel Satur- day nicht, Joseph Robinson. -17. pulled from his coat a six inch butcher knife, which was taken away from him Donald Kllioit. :.i. docidtM ho u-ould help Roliin.con, and wertt homo lo got a knife. When he rc- with a police rirrrstcd both him and I Robinson. Special assistance for students afflicted with hearing problems may not be available this year at "tehbridee. Albena Srhool ?or ;h? Dea: Fred CariRTicht has announc- ed. In a letter to the public board's special services direc- tor Dr. Bob Gaii. Mr. Cart- wright said lack ot funds from his school any special classes outside Fdmonior.. A recent study by the br'rce Dublic bc-.rd rpvMljd IP 'nave problems can ai- ready arc affecting their ucr.iion. Dr. Call s.iid local srude.nls hearinc problem? arc sc.it- ifrod from" Grades 1 and ihrouchoui the entire p-.tbhc school system. I'rrier p .1 s I policies. Loth- hrdtpc stucients have Ixvn sent to the AU-CTta School for the Doaf at Edmonton or to jpccial classes Calgary public schools. Although tuition costs arc paid at F.dmcn'.on and Calgary, and allhoueli a Ir.ivel allowance for Loihliridpe students is avail- able, the move to another sclKxil sysiom create? problems for all Dr. Gall snid separation from home life, accommodation and school adjustments for bridpe students are often diffi- cull or detrimental for a youngster already afflicted a hearing handicap. Lethbridge pabhc school offi- cial? an alternate plan 10 the f-'th? Public would provide ?pace and support Lv: if the school tcr tlv v.ouid provide iin- for 'r.e.trir.g students in Mr. in his loiter to Dr. Gail received Monday, said of education policic? -'ako i: impossible for ior the deaf to op- crate outside Fdr.lcintori. He suggested social classes !v organ-.red either by the bridge public lv.ir.rd alone or in arato srinvls. Mr. said funciinc for classes involving hard of hearii-iC i? consuieuxl a liv.-il resivnsibilily by the de- education. Pr. Gall said Monday public Irusifvs atnsidcr. the prob- lem ,v. their meeting Jan He said fpoeiai classes for deaf students ivtild be held within the Ir-eal ]xiblic only at the expense of dropping an ex- isting program. By RICIIAHD BURKE Herald Staff Appropriations for capital improvements worth in 1973 were appro-, ed by city council Monday. Aboui hdi the money, rr.ni.on mil be spe.-; on ?ion of the trearrneDt plant and disirlbutior. Plant vrHl c-rst EMO.OM. 2. rese-'oir ia north- east Lethbridge SXO.CKK) arjd new waier mams, ac 2Sth and 14th Ave. X.. Ave. be- tween 2ad and :4th St. and Bib Ave. Irom If.'n to ffitt Et. S. another EOO.OM. At the same time, council ap- proved a expenditure for ciry hell and fICO.OOD a year for the ner. trees years to buy the Provin- cial Law Courts Building. The ronditio-j that a report com? back to cc-jncii or: ne- gcriatJons with th? provirjee and Lhe Co-unr.- of Lethbridse on the fupjre use of the CJ-UTL iiouse was put on the approval. Cirv- Marker Tom "Xurdng tdld council tentative plans are to build new offices for the rriayor. city clerk arid city solic- itor and council ciarabers which will hold 2M persons. Some of the aldermen were reluctant to give full approval to the city hail expansion. AJd. Vaughau Hembroff com- pared parting money IDTO es- paading city hail to ''purLirg a patch on a comuleteiy blown tire. ''It would be premature to spend ElOO.OM on "city hail until we have a firm agreement con- cerning purchase cf the court house and until we know what we want to do with city he said. Aid. Vera Ferguson suggest- ed new council chambers might not be necessary ii coun- cil used tie pubic school board Professor wins Kraut A I'r-versity e-; Letrbridge no.v on sabbarieal in h.is Kvr: rvi-arded a fror.-. tr.-; Canada Pr. James Fe.T.or.. associate professor of a: I' o: L. the funds to ccr.ipk-'.e a study of Canadian Society. Dr. Penton. !o re- turn 10 til? lo.Ml C.ilViPUS ill July, ioinod the 1' of L a-id ch.rir- of Lh? history LT ;p7i. F Aid. i- also said Lbere is a roDm ir. the court house wrucn co-id IK used ior courj- cu cnambers. Aid. Cam Bamas disagreed ard said most of the space in the court house could be used fcr counr." and cc-mmuru'ry ser- offices A meeting is schedulKi for Feb. 5 berweer. city and pro- vincial officials concerning the co-un bouse. Jir. Nutting said. 0 t n e r appropriations a> proved in the budget irjclude: Si54.CKfl loward a new co tral fire hall. sioo.oco for the first stage of the 6tn Ave. bridge. HOC KO for new subdivisions. for capita] LmDrove- meits is borrowed by the from the Alberta Muniripal Fi- nancing on basis of S50 per capita. West Lethbridge project stalled The sale of lots in West Letb- bridge hi; bc-a temporarily susperjiecl. dry Manager Tom Nutting tola dry courjeii Mon- day. "Tnere are loo many matters to be resolved" to sell more b'-r. rirh: now. Vir. Nutting Of pr.rae concerrj is rrjortfsj- arrangements. Nutiir.g said mortgage fbar.cmg for new houses across the river is being blocked by Centra] Mortgage and Housing Corporation because cf the lack c: including a fire F.esricadm; to a cues-Jon from Ala. Bill Kergaz about regulations" which could deter tie average from builflog on the side. Mr. Meeting to discuss sexuality Calgary's citizen of the year will guest speaker here Tr.ursjay it a noon meeting of t1" Aihena on Public Dr. KnSen Hatfieid. presidpr.t ?f the Calga-- Associa- discuss human se.vua- "the i-f yojtr." a neon meeting Xulung said, "ive E.-E going a period be- of diificuli piaas a s subdivia'03." Kergan said he is "hav- ing a diifirul; time defending for the way West Leih- bridtie development has been bandied. He said severai persoas have loid they won't go to ihe side because there are ton many resirictjoos on consctic- rion. (For eiample. feaces are not allowed Mj. Nuumg s-aid six new house desigas. which the city will buy from a CaJgary arcai- ipct. will be ready by 'the end of January. Tne designs are specifically for West Letn- bridge. The city manager said h? is with an oil comDsny to commer- cial services for West Lerh- bndge. Ericl-tsen's Chairman for the mwtirg be Pr. Bob of educa- i, Leth- CUFF BLACK. Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. lou'Ef level PHONE 327-2S22 January Clearance! SAMSON-DOMINION TEA KETTLb Auiomolie cul-off ancf re- set therm cut a: if kettle boils dry. Stoinkii steel body, permanently aHoch- sd cord. 2 quart capacity. Regular 10.95 S7.99 CLEARING AT Call Housewares 327-5767 DOWNTOWN E. S. P. FOX CeHified Denial Mrchonic FOX (loth.) DENTAL LAB LTD. 204 Donlnl Bldg Phono 337-6565 ACTIVE TV SERVICE 1238 3rd Ave. South Phone 327-5020 (OPEN THURS. and FRI. TILL 9 P.M.) ;