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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, May 1, J-amity Sex information centre of debate A Ihely rourd cf discussion concerning the posting of infor- n.ation on the Birth Control and Information Centre in local high schools commanded last meeting of the Leth- lu-.dgc Courcil of Home and Scwo! At a preuous mooting, sev- eral students approached the council asking parental support regards to such advertise- ment of available information in the Decision.-; were to have been mastered In all home ar.d school associations and a stand Rxidc- on ihc mstter. Personnel from the centre were preterit at the mooting, and a of what informal 0-1 the centre proudes to vh dcs re u It was that the functiors of the pilot project, v.-hich is firanccd by the tederal govem- raenl the Preventive Social Sen ices Department, were to provide v.orkshops. seminars, i eferrs'i services ard make ed- ucations' pamohiels Representatives from the rlir.ic ojtuned seminars which are he'd for hign schTil stirlenis and other interested members of the community. Fol'cv. ing trie piesentaUon, p.v cpt rcpreserumives reported inciu iduaj association otes on ii'o ad', c'iisin? isoue. and it noted that no conclusive nor representative star.d could be taken at that lima. j It was decided that the coun- cil will distribute 0 newsletter i to all parents in the association i asking for a decisive vote and 1 will again discuss the issue dur- ing the rext school term. Included in the evenings' agenda was a slide presentation by several Hair. Iton Junior Il'igh School students on the Royal Caracnan Mounted Pol- ice trek weft. The featmc retraces the ad- vance cf the RCMP through- out Canada, with emphasis on Alberta, and distinguishes be- tween the disruptne settling of the American west and the sett'emsr.t cf this area. 'i he next meeting of the home ard school council will be held in September. Mental health week begins The signing of the official proclamation by Mayor Andy Ana'erscn kicksd off Canadan Mental Health Week in the city. This year, the association will be mailng out dondon enve'opes with t.he hope that residents will con- tribute to ihe cause of mental health. Shown standing left tc right are Velva Honey, pu'o'icity chairman; Sister Clarissa, administrator of St. Michael's hospital: Jim Gough, chairman cf the committee; Dr. LeRoy McKenzie- vice-president and Bob Jacobson, treasurer. The campaign objective has besn set at Marriage no cure for lonely singles CALGARY fCP) There is a unique possibility for a single person to lead a creative life, but many are afraid and lonely, sajs a New York author and theologian. Dorothy Payne, 54, widowed and divorced once, has spent most of her life single and says she loves it and would never go back to the structures of mar- riage. The author of Women With- out Men, Mrs. Payne is here for a series cf seminars spon- sored by The Pastoral Institute. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS IETHBRSDGE ElKS J.ODGE ROOM (UpMoirs' EVEHY THURS-3 p.m. WeeWhimsy on price L HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvaiion Army Services Need Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CALL 32E-2S60 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. TORONTO Food prices should net be a poli'ical issue. Maryon Brechin said Mondaj. but she added that she feels they will inevilab'y be an issue as long as the present Parliament exists. Mrs. Brechin is president of the Consumers' Association of Canada (CAO. Sha was speak- ing as a oanelist on the opening day of the Canadian Grocery Distributors' Institute three-day annual meeting. Mrs. Brechin told the dis- tributors she feels the food in- dustry should talk to consumers more openly and make in- creased efforts to understand the new style of consumer. "Consumers don't understand that you must make a profit, and how much profit you must make." She said the supermarkets waste too much effort on price promotion that customers don't i and not enough on cre- ating situations that make simpler and pleasant- er. given food basket, in To- ronto, varies less than 60 cents in cost among six major chains.' Feed price promotion has eroded confidence in food chains." She said the-'e are too many food stores and too much mean- j ingless choice in the stores. I She said she does not believe the bigger-tr-an-ever approach represented by the warehouse style super stores will change things. WOMEN IN A HURRY Mrs. Brechin noted that woman are in a hurry, they want enough service to get ir- formation quicklv and to get checked out quickly. She reminded the distributors 1 that the young do much of their fashion shopping in mini-stores and boutiques. 1 She speculated that catalogue shopping for food at home, with 1 home delivery, might be one answer, partly localise a cata- logue could