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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta SPECIAL 9 DAY SKI BUS TOURS Dcparlurci Jon. Its, Fob. 23, Mar. 16 JACKSON HOLE, AUA. SNOBIRD, PARK CITY Skiing AccomodaHon, and Bus Transportation ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MAIL PHONE 328-3201 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Leihlmdge, Alberta, Monday, October 16, 1972 PAGES 9 TO 18 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG 740 4lh AVE. S. PHONE 328-7121 Now Arriving: 1HE NEW EUROPEAN FALL fASHIONS for 1973 Crash loss is Three major accidents total- ling almost in damage look ril.ice over the weekend, city police report. A two car collision at 18th St. and 8th Ave. N. lictween vehicles driven by Francis Demers of 2218 5lh Ave. N. and Ronald Carieton, of 1844 6lh Ave. N. caused damage Saturday. A collision involving a park- ed car at 1G10 13lh Ave. N. re- sulted in damage on Sut> day. The vehicles were owne Tuesday. FACTS OF LIFE BEAVERS EH HSU? MTWOOCH SPENPIHG 4GIUT tE M OP T' WE IN IWf WfirtR .THEY NEVER tuucw FISH 01 OTHER ANIMAL LINIWO E'JriREl OKEVUCKOf oe CASTor. TRfr. know thot we :omplcto suppty Do you olso now hove a of 1973 Calendar Padi Daily Journals Date Diaries, etc. SOUTHERN STATIONERS LTD. 316 71 h Street South Phone 378.2301 LCC oilers courses to district pharmaceutical companies) are sponsoring seminars on sex ed- ucation'.'" Mr. Gunderson made the comment during a discussion on the pros and cons of sex educa- tion in the schools during the closing session oE the Western Canada Educational Admini- strator's Conference, which ended Saturday. The ASTA president took a stand against sex education while D Feedlots not major pollut ers Livestock fee lots and- man- ure and other fertilizers are not significant polluters of the Old' man River basin, Theron Som- merfeldt. scientist with the Uni- versity Department of Agricul- ture Research Station, Le bridge, told the water confer- ence. Mr. Sommerfeldt told the currently building up salt de- posits. COAL MINKS Mr. Graveland also pointed to water contamination abandoned coal mines in the Crowsnest River, a tributary of the Oldman, in the region from Coleman to Bellevue. He soid the main con- taminant is iron which stains clothing and sinks, and inter- feres with fish food, but is not believed to be detrimental (o human health. "Unfortunately the mining can be abandoned but ttic pro- duction of drainage water con- year period. Mr. (Juiideison said those who accuse opponents of sex education of having hangup" should take a closer look at themselves. "Those wiio push sex ed- ucation down our throats are the ones with the real hang- be said. "The premature and Improp- er introduction of sex education could harm children irrepar- ably." Dr. Plaxton discounted the "hands-off" attitude. "We have stayed out of il and 'look what lias he said. "More damage is done by _M j concealing the truth than pro- viding young people with the r-n.} facts." "To abandon children to ig- School Board, backed intToduc- .ion oE sex education courses. Mr. Gunderson noted that it lias already been tried in Cal- gary and the experiment hasn't worked well so far. A Lutheran minister, who was hired to teach the course, resigned af- ter completing one year of a tliree-year contract. Mr. Gunderson said his main reason for opposing teaching sex education is that the mat- ter has not undergone sufficient research and study. "We have been guilty of jumping into loo many he said. "We have been jump- norance is a crime. Dr. Plaxton said young peo- ple have to develop their own social values. The older gener- ation can't expect tiieir own values to be adopted by ths young without question. "They must make their own vakie decisions. To allow them to do it without information is to invite a decision based on non-information." has he said. "This probably teen going on about 20 years." IRON Concentrations of iron tn the CUFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Lower Level PHONE 327-2822 conference, sponsored by the i water is 30 parts per million in The Lethbridge Community College is making a move to expand educational opportunit- ies for adults in small towns and rural areas. The school of continuing ed- ucation at LCC will begin offer- ing a series of courses in high schools in Fort Macleod, Clar- csholm and Nanlon next week. A total of 18 courses will be offered in Claresholm, two in Fort Macleod and three in Nan- ton. The courses Include: book- keeping, indoor gardening, car- icr's course for women, con- versational French and conver- sational Spanish. There is no limit on class size and the cost of each course will be the same as it costs to take the course at the LCC cam- pus. The fees will range from to The courses are from three to 20 weeks. Dale Hylami, associate direc- tor of continuing education, said the college is offering the cours- es in an effort (o equalize ed- ucational opportunity in the niral areas, Registration for the courses will lake place this week Fort Macleod on Tuesday. Claresholm on Wednesday and in Nantnn on Thursday. Lethbridge Chamber of Com' nierce and Lethbridge Com- munity College, that water samples were tested at various parts of the Oldman River sys- tem, including Willow Creek, site of the greatest concentra- tions of feedlots in southern Al- places, while the recommend- ed limit is 0.3 parts per million. The contamination is only of a local nature, however, he said, and isn't detectable where the Crowsnest River joins the Oldman. Fund drive starts today The Lethbridge United Ap- peal house to house canvass campaign starts today to col- lect donations from the public to the 15 member agencies of the Comniunify Chest. About 200 volunteers have signed up as canvassers. The Community Chest r e q uests residents to give their "fair share." The returns to the 1972 hridge United Appeal campaign stood at last weekend, Ihe Community Chest reported today. Annual meeting of cily singers The annual general meeting of the Anne Campbell Singers Parents Association will b e held tonight at in South- minster Church Hall. A new executive will he elected and matters of general interest about the choir dis-; cussed. j AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING Alcon Refrigeration Ltd. For Ihe best buy in year round Comfort Phone 327-5816 TUESDAY SPECIAL! TUESDAY ONLY Colonel Sanders and his boys SIDE AND ARM CHAIRS The chain pictured here fealure square steel lublng, welded for and finished in long wearing high flloii chrome. The aim choir fealures solid walnut armrest wirh Swedish OH finhK, Both chairs hove specially conloured scot and back wilh foam padding to provide a maximum of comfort wJiile ma in lain ing o modern design. Thnso chairs aro ideal for auditoriums, cafelcrias, churches, conferences, Industry, and schools, etc. CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 319 7lh St. S. Phone 327-4591 WITH THE PURCHASE ANY OF BIG GAME RIFLE (Valued over SI 00) WE Will SUPPLY I -Weaver 4x Hair 1 Inch Tube Rifle Scope, Weav- and Mounts Mounted and Bore Sighted for only C.I.L. MODEL 950C In 270 or 30-06 Reg. 184.95. SPECIAL I OJ VORERE (308) Rt-9. 159.95. SPECIAL SHIKAR (270) Reg. O 1 Q Q C SPECIAL ZI7.7J Calf Sporting 327-5767 DOWNTOWN By heeding a friend's "medical advite" and not going Io a doctor, you could Icsa much valu- able time in getting Ihe proper treatmenl for your condition. Today's doctors spend many, many years in medical scrioof and fn internships before lhay become qualified' to practice medicine. And unless your friend1 has hnd identical Eraining and experience, you should forget and ignore hii ad- vice and contact a doctor instead. GEORGE and ROD Say 3, Offer to deliver if you icem hurry, free delivery anylime. 4. Promp! and eorcfoS preparation Watch lor 16 more procedures. DRAFFIN'S DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN RODNEY 401 5th 51. S. Free Coll 327-336.1 GEORGE Haig Bldg 601 61 h Ave. S. Call 328-6133 AUCTION BARN 2nd Ave. N. Regular Tuesday Evening Sale OCT; 17th P.M. National casii 3030 bine. Frost free Fndgidairo in very good crder, 2 Inrge cil hearers, Small rcdianl, Very good selection of E let frit henicr, onrf t Mony nnd bygonci, ,72 rifle, Vnrifiy P( rJiffrrent sires of beds and Model 'A' whs el, altochmcnf, Vacumm cleaners. Complete toilet and Rtxker, Commercial fridge. Commercial itove, Btnrh vise, Anvil, Doors and windows. Folding chairj, 2 capfains Radio record combirtolion. Electric radioi, 2 baltcry Tobies, Mony more Itemj too numerous to tisf. KAWASAKI With rwo helmefi 120 cc. TRAIL excellenl running order FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT SOUTHWEST AUCTION SERVICES Phone 327-1222 2508 2m! Ave. N. Auctioneer: XANAWISCHfR lie. 869 SEED HAWTHORN1 Saloi Repreientalivn ;