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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Youth Coluhin Teacher's Advice: Forget Long Hair O C7 VICTORIA (CP) Boy Tempte b a senior secondary school principal who decant about soar- and he eat really, worried shout without aressu ther "A few yean we naed to be terribly concerned with kett hair, bat we teamed te said Mr. Tem- ple, learn to live with a tat of he aided. one dacks OB gW stactaBSS other. just not worth Ing your energiesifo said Peter one of many Greater.'Vii school principals have tions the wearM of women's trousers to' _ Mr. Boktt said the fad caught on in a Canada Police wkea two crt te school a ikiMni'TB and asked pmniinitn to eantinua wear- Big sbekc taddWWjr. At nan several mare went bane and thanged into ad UK (ad caught oa. "AD I ea> say it they must ban a pretty grape- (fee principal aatd. W. R. Hunter, a junior hick principal in learby Saanien, said Hat if prk up in slacks "we tat make ai oat of it." sane waya stocks an modaat taaa sane Victoria aaBtdr teachen oo- doad nontat to W (irb deckle whai they would wear to scbaoL Coomented DiBcaB Lori- mer, aaother pnaripal: fashions an coning op witt'some very at- tractive pant-cait aod. slacks" M.-. Tenple 'aM Owi what ear is often nflu- OTTAWA The ertent nod duration special police protection in Canada's inaWoties is a mat- ter for thejolee' forces COB- etrned, an e------, isaMToes- _ was pot into effect .by the US offitsablf threats prfw. theSTetnam war. said te CHANGE AT SCHOOL "Wg Prfe by flxir pspcuts not to wear slacks who wear a iirt- or dress to 'school, Ow change fato sbcks when they get He saM most bare come from (ortner stn- dents who ftiok students today shodr! be aijjected to the same stringent regulations declined forkion pncnted in two we s of bearings. It wffl then reft wbiie France stfflparticipatingta NATO's military TREATY VMtATED Presiiewt dt GaoDo rrwei from (ha Former IMMSDAYBY tm (CP) R e minister John b propowd hen i naUonal toMn on ppDutwo that wonM hide every ooncnity a ad swndary school in bless action is, taken, bath BMnaDy and taternatiooaBy, means Doomsday by. the he said k a speech DaU, Processing Hao- maod hi Mareb, and NATO a year to terra tae em try. The shcrUerm evfcUon no- tice violated a WS7 .treaty, NATO ccnteods. Between 1950 and UK, the United States for uoostruenOB k France of or riekktwD port ftcfli- and raBway sidings. Alliance expenditures for ihared aiistary iastaBaaam fBfTff Is The KATOWtti argao DM nMDffMh Wl' bcfeuio have a to the French and poM to the fact tiMt some tt then IMTB ben by foron. .QJMODEUte P8TT WlA (he Bgeaoas nonea of rwidntl vatae'-'-ta that it' wand cast, France a areat dial to "destroy aH thai coaereto" .and tfaa sites to their natrfc