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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 'HE LFTHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, January 19, 1973 Birth control centre to Iiold open house The nrd cerrre v.iil hc'id .in op-en house '.r-is before opening coors '.c 'jrovide birLl L-o! cviKseUini sen-ices ro the public Mfniay. Tirr.es :'or [he oren house are 1 p.m. :o S p.m Siv.urday and I p.n1.. '3 5 3-iE. Sunday. Ad- dress is 542 7th St. S. The centre, firs of its kind in is geared reward yooie people bill the is available to all cic- rens. says counsellor Judy Bur- gess. Miss B'jrgess. a sraau- ate cf the School oi Nursins ard Harare Bush, u-ho holds a PhD ia physicCosy. are the wo snrfessicca! coiiosellors a[ the vrlll Drovide racts on birth venereal diseases, abordors aid other questioss abou: sex." Mrs. Bush said. "Information is provided on a strictly confidential basis.1 Miss Bureess and Mrs. Bush said they ad-vocaie reither nor against pre-niari'.-il sex. birth control or abonicrs. "We lei the pecple who seek OUT advice make their o'.vn ce- dsicras." Miss Burgess said. The centre has a home set- ting, wirh ccrr.rcrrable ard absLract paintings, decaraled this way to provide an atmosphere of acy and confidence to ihree seek counselling. Miss Burgess The centre be own !0 a.IT. to 5 p.m. Mondays. Tues- days and Frifcys. a.Td 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Thursdays. The opening ho'jrs may be changed later on ho'.v the public hkes ir.em. The centre is the the result of b? a group of peo- ple are concerned with the rising incidences of venereal diseases and abortions in Leth- especially among the voting. It will be oceiv.led a trial basis for year at the end of wiiich evaluation will be made to rie'.eraibe Ihe cen- tre's future. FUT.QS for the first year of operation have been prodded by the ci'.y and the province. man admits ice centre break-in A Lethbridge pleaded guilty h provincial court Thurs- day to a charge of breaking teo the AdEEi Ice Center, where he stole a 5rr_al] sum oi mocev, acd some nierchandise. Theodore kvn Mertz. 17, is scheduled to appear in Feb. 1 for secteccirs. Bail was set at Si .COT. Donald Elliott, 15. who piead- ed guilty Jan. 15 to a charge of possession of an offensive wea- pon, was committed Thursday to 60 days Alberta Hospital ia Ponoka. Psychiatrist Dr. James Thompson tcid the court be. had FT3Tninpo ard had found him suffering frcm d maital illness specdiicaiiy suicidal tendencies. Elliott is scheduled to appear Pageant meet date changed The date for tie firs: public meeting of the Association for Historical Productions has been changed from Feb. 13 to Feb. 6. an AHS spokesman said Thursday. It mU be held at the Civic Sports Cemre at p.m. SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT TOLLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co. Lid. PHONE 328-2702-327-3610 A mm. Elliott decided be would help Robirson. and went home to get a knife. When he returned with a five-inch taiie, both he ar.6 Robisson were arrested, ccur. was told. Robizson also guiity to the same charge. win appear in court Tuesday for senteccing. Marie Louise Loescr.er. charg- ed failing to get a cir- biisiress licence 17T2. was toid in DTovmoal court Thurs- day by ProvVcia! Judge L. W. K-jdso7: that he ccuid zct "throw all rhe rules of law the: have existed tor 100 years, just because oi your store." The judge directed Miss Loescher. o: the Marie Lciise Sf.cp on 3rd Ave.. :o plead not to the charge. ar.--i told he would sot ac- cept a guilty plea. Miss Loescher hid appeared in court on previous occc- witho-jt enterbg a plea. ar.d Thursday she told t h e court that rbe dicb't fcew what to do. as she had never beea IE a similar section before. She toid the court she could Dot appear at her trial, set for Feb. 8. because "I can't lock the store up and come down here any more." This brought Provincial Judge Hudson's comment that he couldn't throw out ail the ruks of law. and he told her thet if she didn't appear, he would is- sue a warrant [or her arrest. Miss Loescher then said she would appear. TALK ABOUT PIANO BUYS! BAILEY'S KEYBOARD Have 13 Real Buys on NEW QUALITY PIANOS 2 only 41" SHERLOCK MANNING CONSOLES Reg. J only 41" BELL CONSOLES Seg. 5995 1 only 42" TAMAHA EARLY AMERICAN Rtg. 51395 I only YAMAHA ITALIAN PROV. SPINET Rtg. SI045............... 1 only YAMAHA MED. SPANISH SPINET 51045 2 only RECONDITIONED UPRIGHT ?IANOS 1 only LESAGE HARPSICHORD ?eg. S97S 1 wly NEW PORTABLE ElECT. REED ORGAN 1 only IOWREY JUPITER ORGAN Rhythm I letlie Reg. i 159J...... I only LOWRF.Y NEPTUNE ORGAN Wilh Rhylhm Beg. J109S 775 S 835 S1095 865 S 865 350 775 S 265 895 BAILEY'S KEYBOARD 312-8th Street South Phono 327-0025 Eveningi 327-0083 on project An to expand the dinr.s: room and tavern at the York Hotel was tabled by the Planning C for a review of the Hllcry Sorcker. ovraer of the hctei. told Trx Herald the e.v will cost about TJ in court March 15 for scntenc- L-g on the charge. Eiliort was m the Dallas Hotel beer parlo- Jan. 13 when a fight broke out between Jos- oh Robicson am several persons. Robirsor. pulled sta- men butcher knife from h i s coat, but it ras taken away KO ar.d will begin as soon as The on which the hotel sits was recertlv rezooed to ac-. commocate the on secccd razoring appiica- An earlier application had plscs, counci] becaise of the proposed viden- c: St. _V.. which runs the hOLei. the city edmkfctra- E-d pianrers advised that :ho of the botel on the corjiicrs the plans, covncil aprroved 'he rezorikg azd ;i rjezih-' the exparj-ion. Fn- -he T.-ldering to be ac- either the hotel ha-.-e ro be ncved or feet irould have to be cus side of it. The expai-fion be on the side of the baJebe. Recovery operations Skin dive-s worked in tre icy Elk River this week recovering the wreckage cf c is-ciier fuel Icnker truck that crashed early Tues- day killing its criver, Ross Johnscn of Lethbridge. Nearly hcif cf the 6.COO gallons of fuel being transported to the Cominco Fording River leaked info the river, authorities estimate. The truck skidded off icy reads info the river obcut three miles north cf Natal townsite in the Crcwsnest Pass. Latka photos I OF L ARTIST CONCERT A of the Uzuversity t: Lethh-ricge music faculty r.-lll appear h concert wiih the ci the Retina Cocser- vatory ci Music Jan. 24. at te Yatss Centre. Louise Chapman, pianist ard asssitart professor at the U or L wiil ac-conpany Dr. Howard vtolmisc. in a performance rji selected works of Mozart. Brahms. Hmdemith. and Stravinsky at the concert scheduled to star, at p m. Dr. Leyton-BroTn was born in Melbourne. Australia. He entered university on a scholarship ar.d studied violin. piarc. cornposition and orches- tration. He pursued his studies in Germany, Belgium ar.d at tie Guildhall School of Music and Drarra ia Lcrdon. He WES ap- pointed concert master of the Lozan Philharmonic ia 1951. In 195C. he joined the facul- ty of the Regica Corserv-rojry of as head oi the strings deDartrrLer.r. He was appointed head of the conservatory in Chapr.iari has been the U of'L since 19M. She faigan her in'jsic studies at the School ci Music at Brandon I'civerslty. attended IK In- UrLiversity School oi Music and studied in London. The cc-r.ce" is part of the L'r-iversity ci Lethbridge Con- cert Ssrl-s program. Tic'-tets will be available at Leisti-r's Music, the U of L ar.d the Yates Cen- tre immediately prior to the Affairs council told Sex dialogue kicking IB lililted Appeal agencies get share of QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Denial Mechanic Capitol Furniture PHONE 323-7634 BT HERB LEGG Herald StaH Mriler Canadian society today is told it must a ce- en seruality ar.c face a problem which it can no lor.ger Pension man to visit Claresholm A reprEserrtativj of the brldgc office cf :.te Canada Pension Plan R-1U be at the Claresholm hail next Il.ursdav and Frlda--' G. R. "RoUie" Ste-.vari will be available to ques- conoerrjns the Canada Person Plan, Old Security ar.d the Guaranteed Income Supplement. hours Thurs- day be a.m. to p.m. and Friday fi a.m. to 10 a.m. run away frctn. Lethbridge' res-dents were told T.Tursdav. Dr. Robert Hatfield of Cal- gary said sei education must hfl realized not only in .Alberta sclxois but throughout ail as- pects of ccrrjnurjtT life. He told the Southern Alberta on Puc-lic Affairs that :-i to 95 per cer.t of today's have no disloeus with tr.eir parents or other adults. "V.'e need to get out from urxier the covers and talk about cursives as people. OrJy five ;a LD per cent of the kids today re-ally feel they have any mean- i--.rful dialorje. let alor.e an- parents. 'Tnere's no debate whether there sho-j'd he or not he setc education." Dr. Hatfield said. He said many people believe there is no problem so big, or so complicated, thai it can't be run awav from. Sex education. Dr. Hatfield said, is a problem u-'nich must be i-.ciuded within ir.e total community schools, churches, families, local msiiuj- "The innocent eyes nf our so- ciety peer out ar.d I often won- rier what thc-v see. Suffering? Lack of purposen "I'm trying to push a con- cept of positive, open, intelli- gent dialogue: the factual mfcr- oatiorj about life which in- cludes sexuality arxi love r.vik- tj- "Do ve just teach ;.outh trairung for a job. or Go we trair. the-, for LfeT" Dr. Kat- said. Named Calgary's citizen of the year ir. 197'. Dr Hatfle'd said he :s still a nractisirp ician. He said education in sex- has becoir.3 an for hlni. Dr. Hatf.c-ld sa'd there should be to tooics in com- munity ir.volved sex education wcpraen's liberation ar.d so- ciety, disease, atti- tude? toward love making, sex- uil deviations, rr-'il all be open for L'ifomted discussicn. He said open discussion of sexuality w.U help people enucsricr; to rnike decisions ard judgments oa life. "Part of education is to ta3c about life. The more people we can involve, the healthier this is." Dr. Hatfield said. "There -Is no way parents cr.r. do all sex education within their own family." Dr. Halfield said. ot funds to the 15 Lethbridge L'nited Appeal agen- cies from the 1972 campaign were announced today by bud- get chairman Darwin Linn and exe-rutive director Alian Purvis. To-tal allocations amounted to compared witii Sli-i.OXI last year. Total funds received "'ere 5135.OCO re- srocti1. ely for and 1311. The :est to campaigr. and ad- niiristraiion CGTLS, Tne auocatcns (last year's iitT-irtS in bracelets C-L-rdian Red Cross Sj.W (523.415 Boy Sco'.r-s Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society Canadian National In- stitute ior the Biiud S3.500 Canadian Paraplegic S-X-i-nty SI.UXI (fl.KB1, Girl Guides 5! SO (S1.S6-31. John Ho-.vard Society SS.5CO Multiule Sclerosis ScOJ '5455', Naw' U-arje Family Service SS.CuJ Salvation Arm y SiS.OM St. Jchn f3.910 Victorian Order o; Nurses sn.K'i VT7CA Sl-.xXl aod VMCA EXPORTA CANADA S FINEST CIGARETTE NOTICE LTD. (WESTERN) PHONE 327-5540 FREDDIE'S PAINT 616-3'd AVE. i. NEW STORE HOURS SCHEDULE MONDAY thru FRIDAY-8 a.m. to p m. a.m. to p.m. FOR SALE LAWN FURNITURE Consisting of picnic fables, lawn chairs, benches, patio and children's furnilure We will also b'jild 10 your tpecificationi (o types cf fjrnilure SUNRISE RANCH Box 1238, Cooldaie Phong 345-3517 Parade Homes SHOW HOME Open to the Public Sunday, January 21st 2 4 p.m. and 7 9 p.m. 1906 LAKESIDE ROAD (3 doora N. of Waolca main entrance) PARADE HOMES Phone 328-8535 ;