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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW? That it costs no more to plan your TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS through a recognized travel agent Contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 358-3201 The Lethktdge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta. Monday. January 22. 1973 PAGES 9 TO 13 IETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Slreet Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alberta Phone (403) 328-74II CHAIRS The haggis Merry gang toasts Bv D'ARCY that wonderful has an enormous Herald District worn" about He is able to de- Plow-man poet unraised nature in minute de- Burns, who permed Ian Paterson's He is able to write a hauntingly beaurilul epic like Tarn 0' gently, sweet Aftoa and attention to John Rabelaisian Tarn piping in the haggis. poem about a man ter, and who lives on he's wearing Lhe roaring drunk, rid- pure, sweet, simple of the Ancient his mare Meg home, song. was upon ghosts and here Saturday Archie -Muirb e a dancing, racing It was a Nicht wi' like be can and the mare's tail celebrating the 214th the size of torn A headlong versarv of the birth of but he'll just toss bie Blims. a plow-man Blood for Dr. Angus: of son of a plowman who toast lo Her concerns are something bom at Al'oway. Queen Elizabeth; are very important Scotland. Jan. :5. immortal memory keep up to date. Ctee was Sponsored by the Burns: to deep concern for equal- Band of the Gen. land: and to his deep concern lor branch erf the Royal a man for the man's dian Lenion anu held at George Brown not on ths ba- Legion, it gathered of what other people members of a proud we'll have a of Mm. diverse nationality. he expressed con- had a rousing good well over 170 years eaiing. drinteig ai'-d more of that for ihe way in which ing merry. They told as Bobby was interfering with and the-.- "laughed b the head 'To A Mouse: I'm It eased the sadness. Morris man's dominion has poet can't get his introduces Mr. nature's social un- across. The wcrld Tom McLean, listen Rabbie died in Mrs. Jack AOEUS savs. "He en- delirium in his 37th and Mrs. Scott ses. He sees it as "And now the soul and Mrs. funny. He can pro- Scotland rums, to bow Mr. aad Mrs. a belly laugh on the you. immortal Mr. and Mrs. of sex. This is Don't be Christie. Mr. and we really need.'1 THE Gilchrist and manager George Pipe Major John sans gloriouslv The cbrist made this a kind word for O'Rabbie Bums. The colonel Fred King joined the cho- Drum Major .'King. This haggis And Stewart Christie Muirhead carried this delicious. Tastes on the piano. rible looking thin? on dressing. Then a moment ago there in some the Selkirk grace. And Stewart .Aberdeen hae meat and canna struck it dead with his wad some power And some wad eat that gie it. But we hae meat Xo. it didn't take fee oursels as we can eat. And in the dungeon of Lord be thanket. Dunvegan where th? wad frae monie in Scotland t h e are 10 feet It was free dye their rams piping in of the haggis. [cnlish orange. It's no; as happened rigrt THE star o" Rabbie Burns. son of I will try some Don't let Drun Scott Angus, of that haggis.'' says .Archie Muirhead's immortal memory, charming girl. frighten is a poet of w-onder Habbie loved See how ger.tly he to hear Facts Of The firs; president of the Al-' versify of Calgary, will berta Association for Continuing about the Alberta Academy Education will be the speaker i Dr Tprpntmt a nahvp Ihe Southemn Alberta Coun- U i r i on Public Aiiairs. of the U of C for a noon a: Sveu of years. His current as director of the div- Fred Terentiuk. director nj continuinE continuing education. Ira- ha, placed lamiuar witn most oeveiop-rnerjis in rosi-secondary educs- And here ancfr.sr -act you1 s'neuld View Southern In-come Tex HEATING Alcon Refrigeration soci scecToliy -D f ihe besf buy in year T.i. T.J, wt. Phone siui SOUTHERN STATIONERS film on the religion of the 316 7th Street CLINIC DENTAL Indians will be shown al the Januarv meetins of the Historical Society o! ".Alberta. Phone Bldg. 2JJ 5lh SI. Country Chapter. 60-minute film entitled Birth control centre opens "Breezin along Johnny Kuhn, 10, and his four-year-old Jamie Anton, got in a gcsd weekend romp on Hender- son Lake before hall officials found open end cfcsed the Sun- day. While there c.-e ro signs posted scy ihe lc'-ce is unsafe for plcy, i' is ex- peeled parents and the police will keep children off until colder tempera- tures freeze the ice sclid agcin. Bill Grosnen pL-oto 'Grain delivery f' system la lion, particularly of a part-time nature. In Dr. Terentiufc look sabbatical leave from ihe U of C Bud spei: a year in Eng- land srudyLig ihe open univer- sity. Dr. Keith Robin, director of continuing education. Leth- bridse Cairuiiumty College. be ihe chsinaan for ihe meel- ins. TUESDAY FAMILY SPECIAL! with every purchase of a BIG BUCKET You Get: Box of French Fries ond 16-oz. Cole Slaw Regular retail TUESDAY SPECIAL......ONLY COLONEL SANDERS AND HIS BOYS MAKE IT FINGER LICKIN' GOODI Siren TAKE HOME STORES 1701 M.M. Drive Phone 328-7751 2021 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-8161 foot will be shown ?.t S p.m. Tuesday in iJie lecture theatre in Lhe Kate Andrews building. Lethbridge Community College. young people of the Blackfoot tribe, as in most re- ligions, show litUe interest in the ritual and mystery oi Qieir says ihe historical so- ciety monihly newsleucr. "As a result' many o.' the sones and ceremonies of the Blsckfoot religion are being lost, The film O'Kan was com- missioned so that there would be a lasting record of the re- ligion of the Blackfoot Inaiar.5 Tre s o c i e t y "s February mwting will the annual meeting of the provincial or- It will be he'd February 10 at Sven Ericksen's Family Res- taurant. A business agenda "ins irom 2 P nv to 5 r.r.i. f.nd a banquet at p.m. Tl.'e banquet speaker will Ales Johnston, a Lethbridge historian, who wi'.i discuss early agrict'.iture snd ihe Le'.hbndge experimental farm. L.T me S Herald Staff TVriier Jarrterf rr.-st totally involved :i ti.e 52'e of t'-eir products to the best ac- rector cf the Palliser Gr-v.-ers-' .Asfudaucn. Mr. Cc-aircr led a five ir.aE Pa'Jiser delegation on a inar- i'et and fact-finding rr-issior. to .Asia last October. He cartte back convinced, that if farrr.ers 1merv more about n: a r k e i situation, char.cei 'oe made in the handling, storage and transportation sys- tem for grain tn ir.ake Canada a more attractive seller on the btemstior.al scene. He said here on the weekend they prefer to buv Canadian wheat sicce the protein grad- ing system was instituted. This system enstires that al; the in any one shipment will meet the protein rrcuircments for tlte buyer. He said if producers had tills a few years ago they could have pushed for i! sooner and saved a lot of trou- and problems Japanese also told him tltry didn t buy as much agn- culttiral Caiiada as they would like they j Keren t assured of receiving a ccinilnuity of supply. He go: many stigp-Vtions from the Japanese '.viiich "cothd have ccnte a di- rectors meeting of the Palliser Whoat Asfooiaticn." The Japanese think needs more storage spaoe at tla West Coast so there wil' be a ready amount for shipment all the time. They EJSO said there s'.-.ould be at IMS: l.OiXi rail cr.rs per clay movine into the at CKing To ostc. has this iig'ire been ec triii: Ca- :io.i 60 KT LT yesr ET.Q this niaie; an urdependab'e so'jrc? :DT rcc-cu" Ln ;he eyes o: :n? Jars-sse. be Kid. Tiie have toii :his ihe cc ceai The producers ia CE--2d2 asd the in Jspsa war.t -T.lo-J-iemen who -hf re- emphasis on utility or feed Cheats, the p-> ier.'.ial rig markers ir. is a reaiir--. ssid Mr. Coulter. ''Bui can only happen if TTP csr, ceiivor. "The c'Lisioraers c; ?_re tba: the te bronuh: up to ard he nir? i: are to in the atemarionil nar- More slones ozce 12. 's role? course al U of L cr.anging ro'.e? in to vhtLr Geve'Corr.er.; vviU bo ire ?-jb- jec; of pub'Jc a: Lhe o: Jar.. C4, IF73. The ?ix-se55 i on s is open 10 all persons r.o aca- cioniic backcround in :P. I" of L public ser- vice Lcthbridge's Vrih control counselling centre opened today with staff EDO supporters un-' sure of how ihe centre 'will catch on wiih the public. "It's difficult to know if it's going to work. It's really up to the public.'' coiaisellor Judy Burgess told The Herald Sun- day after about 125 persons vis- ited the centre during its week- end open muse. Miss Burgess fel: the open house turnout wasn't ra ade- quate gauge tr the centre's fut- ure "We really didn't know what kind of a turnout to eniect. but we would have preferred to "nave seen oung people in Their early leens." Mis; Burgess said She said SO to 75 per cen: o: all the visi- tors were married. The birth control centre, which is set up ir. a nous? at 542 7th St. S. a group room, office and a single coun- selling room. Take-out pamphlets such as Types of MOW to ih-r Pill and the Kow- Book cover the tables set up in inori o: the rooms. Also on display are various dif- fcren'. type; of contraceptives. Claranne Bush, a the said several persons is-ho curing the house saw 'die display thought the centre wo-jld be "We have them on display btti we no: be Drag Uiem a--Ey.-' M-s. Eusn'saitlT 'far. o: the people :hri ed '.he open house vir-r? about the services the centre vmUd provide. ;he quali- fications of the counsellor? and how the centre was being fund- e-i. Some asked personal qucs- "A few that came in were exposed to certain asoects o: the centre's program like birth cdrj-ol and abo-rior.. but these same people were in favor of education on venereal disease. They we-en'r onposed to the whole program.''' Mrs. Bush Fifteen films, inciud- ir; His Responsibility. Sexual- ir.' and Comnudcation and several on family planning fer? snown during the open house. Whai did the visitors thinlt of th? and mforma- tior centre? Sfcscasp. 7th S said she tha-jpht the centre would a purpose as 3'oun? people seejn to be splirtini fror.1 iheir parents would rather confide in peotrie aren't so involved with o: Edmonton, "I roall'y surprised, ire people who have set UD che centre so involved in being hip with o-oag people so as to lose ihe purpose of ths centre. The atmosphere ol ttra place is just Margaret Koep. 1317 IBS SL 5.. said the centre would iit Lethbridge bec-atose it could give education in Kxuah'n-. "Right now th-tre is 50 much inisint'Drtmaiiorj. Paresis and schools aren't doing it. some- one has 10." Tre open hotae. Miss Bur- gess said, is nc-t ihx? orjy prorrjodon ihe centre plans to use. She said the centre's future proaotioa wo'jld be about its woritsbops. talk ses- sions and 1L5 referral serii'ce. "The open house helped me reilire that pe-rpio really seem very uneducated as to the types of birth control and veaereal disease.'' Miss Bursass said. Collector jailed A Le'Jibndge who had managed a collection agency in the city for rwo years was sen- tenced judge's court Fridiy tQ jail tenn r-ith proba- tion to follow. Hugh L. Graham, former manager of the now defunct Graham Collection Agency, changei his plea an ]i charges of theft by conversion from net guilty to guilty. Court told the amount o! money L-volved in the n charges was which to have been collected for a client foLowlne a business deal. D. V. Hartigar. agent for the attorney-general Li Lethbridge, told Provincial Judge L. TV. Hudson that Mr Graham had collected the money and failed to account. Certified Dental Hfchonic BLACK DENTAL LAE MEDICAL DENTAL ELDG. Lower level PHONE I SOLARAY AUTOMATIC HEATING PAD 1 DOS we) proof 3 positive he cits Removable washable cover Modem push-button control Regular E.95 6QQ 100 Call HouseworM 327-5767 DOWNTOWN HOME OWNERS! stolen !f your home is left unaffended for even one night you should have a HONEYWELL WINTER WATCHMAN This unit plugs in'o any wall out- let and a la'mo 'Hen plugged inlO the unit. If Ihe lenperature drops !o danger ccinl iho lamp romcs on and yrnr can :all Charlton and H.ll Ltd. lo check, the Sealing system. An IS-ysar-old man from Card- slon [o appoar in tcv day charged with brrakinf imo Musiclind o: I-cih bndge and sltMling S8CO Cily said Kugeno was arresiM Sunday for lojcdly hroakinc in'.o land Supplies Saturday niorr.- iivp. A police spokesman said Lhe stolen had been re- cvivered. EACH Sold by CHARLTON and HILL LTD. 1262 2nd Avenue S. LETHBRIDGE Phone 328-3388 E. S. P. FOX Certified Denial Mechanic FOX (Lelh.) DENTAL LAB LTD. 204 Denial Bldg. Phone 327-6565 AKROYD'S PIUMBING, HEATING AND GASFITTING 74-HOUR SERVICE WORK New Instal'ations Phone 338-2106 WHY ALL THE NEW REGULATIONS? e icvir.c. r- e-'ed RoH end George say: We keep a pnlirnt record of all your medico- lioni. If you havo en unusunl reaction hen raking lovrrol bp suro to coiloct or rfporl lo your im DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN GEORGE Haig Medical Bldg. 601 6lh Ave. S. Call RODNEY JlS S. Frre Dplivrry Coll 327-3364 AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Ave. N. REGULAR WEEKLY SALE Tuesday, Jan. p.m. Viking vacuum; wringer sef cf dcL-b-'e with 2 ho 'beds c'id and ck.s culorr-cf'C PC'- ligh! fixiurc.i: fridges- stt-p end 11 cf inowricbile oi'; laros seieclion schcrl rirfk: nrr's b'cvc'e" ccrrs' WALNUT MARCONI RADIO, RECORD TELEVISION COMBINATION IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. LIKE NEW FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT AUCTION BARN Phonir 327-1212 2508 2nd Avp. N. REED HAWTHORN! Salfs Reprrifntotivt Aviclic-necr: KANAWISCHER I ;