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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 TH" UTHbRIDCE HEBAID Sqlunloy, Apnl 197? ADVERTISING PROPOSED FOR STAMPS U.S. postage slnmps would be used for advL'Miiing ipoce under a plan suggested by an advertising company in Cincinnati. The plan 11 aimed at helping the U.S. Postal Service overcome ils annual deficit ond stabil- ize mailing coslj. The ilamp advisory committee of the postal service is reviewing the idea. ncreasea tuition hi hamper students ung CANADIAN 1'KKSS across Ontario havf expressed fear thcit Ilic in- creased UiUuin ILTS announced in the provincial burtycL might hamper sLiukinl> from low a till middle income The foes are 'iicreascvl by 5irnt and sluclonl and nurses arc goint! lo be charged tuition fur the first Lime. Dr. Jan Sterner, an assoanle dean at rho University of To- ronto im'dical school, warned that mexUcrd prlinnls again become tlu- preserve only for the privilpiiiKl." President Davidson Dmrtoj: oi Carlcton rnive-rsity, la- belled the feo increase "a reac- tionary He said il would raise substantial financial har- riers lo hisher education and said "the effect be [elt par- ticularly by students from mid- dle- and lover-income brackets and all stuck-iiL- arc living financially Independ- ent of [heir parenl5." Dr, Roger Guidon, rector of the University said the increase "threatens discnmiiia-1 Tuition fees rnnpe to a liif-h of lion against the very students Sivjo a year for dentistry n t v.ho new! aid ino.sl." Dcillmusio University in Halifax, j At Cnrleton nexi your. tuition Medicine is SoU and nils and feos, including (he in- science costs students a crease, will he SG41.50 tor nils year, linp on Ullllon cosfs- nmv rung? from S1I2 for MAY AID STUDENT NURSES The Roistered Nurses Asso- ciadon of Ontario intends lo consider providing financial as- Mos[ Billies mAlbcrla u sUance to students already in nursing schools necLiny L-mra Ban-, Ihe adoration's.lliehpr and ]ncdlcirie somewhat execLi'.ive dircclor. said group accepts (lie new tuition tail it might hurt siudcr.ts al- ready in nursing education. A survey of university fen schedules across the country in- 'dicated olher boosts in tuition1 were not cxpecled but that sl Tuition fees in Manitoba aver- age about and tlicre are no j plans to change feos in the fall. Saskatchewan has a similar i price range? dentislrj' and 1 medicine more costly. j Newfoundland's Memorial University operates on the se- about JTnO a year. In Quebec, ench university dents in other provinces were n-estcr nivl fees average also caught in a cost srjueer.e. Geoff Holmes, exec u L i v e Director of the Association of sels its feos, ranging be- Atlantie Unlversilies. said fees tween and for ni-ls and prohfibly will remain static in and S70d for er.gineering. the Atlantic region this year but The provincial government, now j noted "fees here are the highest is working on a plan to stancl- l in the country." ;it all universities. Turbotrain ivill return MONT RE Al, fCP) An agreement has been signed providing for return (o service of Canada's first turbine-pow- ered passenger train early in 1973 for Ihroii years. The agreement was reached between Canadian National Railways, which operate tlie ice Lie tween Montreal and Tnronlo. and Unitrxl Air- craft of Canada, the ouiiers of the Lurhotrain. The trains uill modified before beins placed in comrner- QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Denial Mtchan.. Capifol Furnilurs Bldj, 328-7o84l cial senice for a threo-year nod during which Canadian Na-1 Lional would evaluate the ceo-' nomic and jwrformancc President N, J. MncMillan of CN and President T. K. Sto- phenson of United Aircraft an- nounced the agreement today. Modifications by United Air- craft will he followed by a .scr- ies of operating lesls during which the trains will travel about miles, Canadian Xational said planned modification program will improve the reliability of Itie super-strearnlincxl train. The lurbctrain service wa.s in- troduced on [he Montreal-To- ronto run Dec 12, Iflfio, but th? trains were removed Jan for malificalions required (or winter opf-ralions. Consumer pa I tern changes 21st ANNUAL LETHBRIDGE FRSNG BULL SALE APRIL 5-6, 1972 Exhibition Pavilion, lethbridge, Allu. 317 OF THE RIGHT BULLS FROM TOP BREEDERS In Ihe righl (it Working Condition At the righl price..........Fit Your Pocket Book 208 Hereford 107 Aberdeen Angus 2 Shorthorns READY FOR IMMEDIATE EXPORT Show Time Sale Time Aberdeen Angus: April 5, a m. Abe'deen Angus; Wed., April 5, p.m. Hereford: Wed., April 5, p.m. Horc'ords: April 6, 10 o m. AUCTIONEERS: KEN THURLBURT, JOE PERLICH, For1 Alberta lelhbridgn, Alberlo HOP Dinners Served on Grounrfi 1 I o.m. Pe I p.m. Safe ipomsrid by SOUTHERN ALBERTA CAHLE BREEDERS ASSOCIATION Sale conducted by IfTHBRfOGE AND DISTRICT EXHIBITION For wriln lha Secrffary Boy -177, lelhbridge, Alb- ,-n MOXTIIKAL (CP) The Bank of Montreal says in ils bU'sL business rovinv; that Die co ri.su in IT pattern of expendi- tures lifis a number of changes riuring the last decade. The FivcrajV1 consumer Is ymimicT, liclU.T t-fhicatcd and supports n .smnllor family, llic brink .said. ''In arldi'ion there appears !o .some desire (o resist nKiloiialistic urges and lo buy products on Hie basis of func- Lional homes, economy-typo nppli- anr.fs pud btiUotn ot-lhc-linc cars During tl'.e 10-yoar po- ricd [jcrsonal mcomo lias al Hi" perron- tape of Ihf v.ho ouned one or mure rnrs in- creaFfid to GO per cent in 1069 from 63 per cent in 1050. -im --A Look At The Draws We Have Going For Youth Week Purehaie Not Required lo Enter Draw. No Oblinalion. Monday, Aprif 3rd 1 dress to value 22.00 Tuesday, April 41 h 1 dress lo value 22.00 Wednesday, April 5th 1 dress to value 22.00 Thursday, April 6th 1 dresses to value 22.00 1 lop to value 7.00 1 punt lo value 11.00 Friday, April 7th 1 dress to value 22.00 Friday, April 7th I dress to value 22.00 Scriurday, April 8th 1 dress to value 22.00 1 punt to value 11.00 1 rop to value 7.00 Purchase not required to enter rfrawt. Ballon may be obtained in sporlsweur nnd worncn'i W9ar, Mom Floor. Are your old jeans spoiling a great look? Come trade them in we'll give yon 2.00 towards a new pair! Don't ruin a smashing look with a- pair of tattered oldjea.ns. Be a knock-out in a. sensational new But don't throw your old jeans away bring- them to Eaton's (laundered, We'll give you 2.00 towards a new pair of jeans from our eye-popping- collection. You'll find oodles of exciting new styles from famous makers. Jeanaction jeans by Wescott, Monarch Wear T-K's. Jack Spratt jeans 7.00 to 13.00. Sizes 5 to 15. Offer lasts one week only so hurry down today! ir, Mnin Floor BUY LINE 328-8811. Shop Eaton's Monday 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. During Youth Week ATOM'S ;