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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 1HE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tueidoy, February 1, 1972- Lie detector is hard to beat person is undci-going question- ing." said Mr. Rilcy. "And tlwrc is no way a per- control these rcac- r.M.mVELL Slaff N'rilrr TUL-II- J! oniv one way to beat the lie di-lector lest your menial stale -.vniilil liiivc in lie nl the ixiinl where you j son can don know right from wrong, j lions." That's the of Km "Many people have the idea Itili-v, a former Royal Cana-! Uiat they can beat the lie cle- ili.-m Mounied t'olice Slaff Ser-j tenor and Ihc breathalyzer, hill ueani, who teaches law enforce-1 it just can't be adds nicnl'nt the IxMhbrklgc Cora-1 Boh Harrison, anoUier former reactions heartbeat, perspir-' go the test. If Ihey don't know alion and breathing when a right Ironi wrong, then there would be no stress involved." However, stress does not mean frightening, intimidating or badgering Ihc person in any wav. 'The person has lo he :is relaxed as possible. They can't be under additional pressure he- cause their reactions won't be said Mr. Rilcy. immity College. "The machine ser RC'MP staff sergeant who is records three i now a law enforcement instrnc- tor at LCC. I "Some people can control their emotions bolter than olh- ers. but no one can do it well enough to fool a good oporal- I Like most machines, the lie i detector produces Hie best re- j suits in the hands of a skillfii operator. "Tl to the fact the lie de- teeior is nearly 100 per cent accia-iite. its evidence is not enough to obtain a conviction in CGI nt. "It is an invcstigalional aid only." said Mr. Harrison. "li is mainly used to con- firm -uspicion." Lie detectors have used by police forces in some parls j of Canada for 30 years, but it The operator Is just like a i has only been in Ihc last 10 watchmaker some are bet- i years (hat they have become er than ollxrs and the end re-! widely accepted suit depends on the ability of I The 51.ROD lie detector used in i the man who operates the ma-j the lav: enforcement classes at i said Mr. Rilov. LCC is ilie same model as those The stress factor is vital to IP success of the lie detector. "If there is no stress involv- Kaiser Resources Lid. hopes; to start picking up coal stock-! piled on ti-.e ground at its op- eration i.orlh of Xalal by early i next week for shipment to Rob- ei is Bank near .'FoT clample, a person could I prominent citizen pioneer busi- More than iOO.OOO tons of: ]je ibm[ dav o[ H.eck nPS5rnnn and author of Whcn real had to be stockpiled on j jt ir day Q[ j ,Vcs, ,Vas in mnn police stations around the country. lUKLY AUTHOR John D. Higinbolham iras JOHN GOGO Council wants report on 43rd St. the ground near the loading-out silos when snow storms slop- ped unit trains from entering has no significance, then there of early Lethbridge. The Higin- nlll be no stress and no rear.-! boihams retired lo Toronto and leaving the plant site. The trains are running bet-! ter now, a company spokes- man told The Herald, "and the problem appears to be behind tion on the machine. "J. D. 'This is why a mentally un-1 ir.g. spending able person could not undsr- j continued writ- his winters Gogo contests iseal A progress report on Ihc planned up grading "f St. on Ilia eastern boundary of Ihc cily was requested by city council Monday. City engineer Randy Holfc'.d told council discussions are be- ing conducted between the cily and county and federal author- ities concerning fulfilment nf the plans. The street is to be developed as an expressway between HIP i Coutls Highway and Mill N. Mr. Holfcld said engineering: department expenditures hud-1 getcd for 1972 include a fune- j lional design for Ihc road and [hat road improvements are scheduled for A more detailed report will come to council in the near fu- Lure. City Manager Tom Nutting called for two special meetings of council within the. next two weeks, one to discuss snow re- moval and the oilier con- sider projects under the pre- ventive social services branel: of the community services de- partment. Mr. Nutting told council ail but of the bud- geted for snow removal in has been used. At a meeting next week. Mr. Nulling will submit a complete expense report as of Feb. 4 ajid will ask the aldermen how they wish to .handle Ihc ex- pense of further snow removal operations. The oilier meeting, sched- uled lor Feb. 15, will be con- cerned primarily with the drop in centre at the Central School, Mr. Nutting said. i Before Ihe meet ing, (he YMCA will be consulted on ils interest in running a program at Ihe school, he said. Council will also hear sub- missions at Ihe meeting fruni various loral organizations i such as Head Start, Home- makers' Service. Golden Milo Drop-in Centre and the Family Counselling Service concerning projects for this year. An expenditure of has been budgeted for Ihe pro- grams under preventive social services and (lie various pro- grams will receive allocations based on the ir individual merits Tennis club house possible City council Monday offered measure of encouragement to local tennis buffs concern- ing Ihe possible establishment of a club house at the new Hen- At the time, Alderman Vcra Ferguson said the club house is j one ol the "frills" the city could j not afford. Monday. Aid. Ferguson; agreed the city should take a econd look at such a facility. thusiasls r e q u e s ting AW. Vaughan Ilembroff said lo reconsider an ex- (ll10 cil-v sliouW be free lo con- this year for a club i s'tler an expenditure for a nlub derson Park tennis courts. Three more letters from ten- nis enthusiasts council penditure ___ _ house were referred lo the bouse this year community sen-ices advisory Council also filled two va- committce for recommcnda- i cancies on the local boxing and (Jons wrestling commission by ap- During preliminary budprt: pointing D. E. Clarke and S. li. j discussions, council had cut" a Ganger to the posts expenditure for the club The commission is charged I house. I with sanctioning professional! boxing and wrestling matches in the ciLy. On another matter, council tabled a letler from the re- gional fishery biologist request- ing ice fishing be allowed on Henderson Lake. The leller slated the lake is stocked annually with about yearling rainbow trout or fingcrliug trout and thai the lake i.s the only one in the Lcth- bridgc region in which ice fish- ing is not allowed. Further irrJcnnalirni on 'be subject from the community services director will be re- quesfed. In four or five days, if the weal her holds, Kaiser plans to start picking up the stockpile for loading on the unit trains. The trains will be loaded dual- ly from the silos and the ground. There were no layoffs at tlie company's operation and none n-e anticipated, the Kaiser spokesman said. Kaiser's shipments to Rob- erts Bank in January were. considerably below its commit-1 ment to Japan but final fig-1 ures have not been compiled to show how shon they were, he ft is hoped February com- mitments ran be met. "In my Ti years here, I've never KCII like of it (weathen for a the spokesman said. Puritv Dairy Co-op j j a. Ifiropscreambuying Puritj Dairy Co-op Limited ta Dairy Pool, bolli in Ihe ciiy. y-care centre sought university hss ceased the handling of cream from 22 producers in an economic move that came into effect Jan. :2. Joe Siinko. Pirrilj manager in Siinko said butler was never produced in Lethbridge and all production in the Medi- cine Hat plant has stopped. John Gogo. 39. manager of tli'j southern Alberta branch of an investment company today announced he will seek the Lethbridge Tory nomination for the next federal election. Mr. Gogo, .1 party (corker for Richard Barton, the unsuc- cessful Conservative candidate in Ihe lasl provincial election, will seek the seat now he'd by fellow Conscnathe Gundlock. A child day-care centre at the University of Lcllibridge will enhance student enrol in e n t there, says the University Wo-1 men's Association. "Such a centre would enable 1 fpolcnlisl students with c h i 1- Lo attend iiniversily whn now do not because of laek of' child care facilities." the group i has stated in a bricl to the U of L Senate. would also Ulcviale the concern of those parents now attending university who have unsatisfactory arrangements for their children's care." The written brief to Ihe Sen- ate consisted ol various sugges- tions "for programs and ser- vices which might enhance Ihe usefulness of the university." It was not presented by a wo- men's group representative be- cause no single recommenda- tion was unanimously endorsed by the association. Other recommendations in the brief included: greater variety of non credit course subjects uhich would present a Iremendous opportunity foj- not only furth- ering education but also in im- 'proving the relationship bo- tween lire university and Ihc public; university could change iis policy of admission lo in- clude scholaslically exceptional high school students of 11 and 12 who. at present, arc nol challenged by their r.igh school curriculum: who have dropped out of high school and are past I Ihe high school ?.pe bill arc nol qualified under Ihe mature stu- dent calegory to attend univer- sity. Some provision could he made lor such students to enter on Ihe same or similar basis as mature students; Improved educational ser- vices I list Ihc university could provide lo school teachers such as an in-service program last- ing from one to three days, coneenl.raling in various areas of study. Topics covered could range from the repair of musi- cal instruments for m u s J r leachers lo ideas in leaching new malbemalics to malhemal- ic teachers. Lethbridge said the change t ncvc ovei ui Lethbridge and Medi-' (0 nl He said Ihe Leihbridge plant The Tory raininal ion is ex- cine Hat is already in effect. He said the producers will not be affected since they can still take their cream to Silver- wood Dairies or Central Alber- handled enough jt pay. Irrigation tend cm c filled Chorus lias hill house Purity will continue n pro- cess ice cream and cottago cheese. The cream will come from surpluses after the pro- cessing of fluid milk. I Mr. Siinko said there is ade- quate creanr for Ihe processed products from the fluid milk production lo handle the re- pectcd to be contested by Mr. ST. Lcliiliridge JfP since. 1358, Mr Cogo and least one olhcr resident at a nominating convention some- time in early March. Mr. Gogo. in a r r led and father or five children aged live to 20, pledged to work to ens-ore a high quality of life for southern Alliertans which iis o re p'm e move by the public 'to icd uicreasmely large ccrpo. orc two per cent and I ralims and "cllu8 cmt-" I The Yates Memorial Centre j was sold out for the Lethbridsc The- SI Man- River Chorus' Concert tion District has opened ten- j Monday night. dcrs for ccnslruction of 000 lineal feet of concrete lined car.iil. Ti-nrk-rs. close Feb 25. 0! the total, in 300 lineal feet v.il! be located in file Bow Is- land area and 6.700 lineal feet in the Medicine Hat region. SU.V.N'Y SPOT It was the chorus' second concert of the scaion. The featured part of the per- formance was Joseph Haydn's Mass in Time of War, the first time the work has been sun." in Lelhbridge. A section of the Lethbridge Symphony Orchestra, conduct- ed bj Walter Goerzen, pro- rjiiirements of Ihc plant. He said a move drink more two ni low-fat contenl milk has added j to the cream supply He said Puritv will continue to operate just as before the move to cease har.ciling cream. I Al Wiggins, manager of Sil vcrwood Dairies in Uiu ci said the move was inconsequen- tial. He said cream produc- ers often switch plants and such a small amoimi. 01 cream grant The Coaldale and Dislrict Fish and Game Association has awarded a local ini- tiatives cranl for S11.232 lo cr ale a trout impoundment and recreation area. fn making the announce- Lrihbndge leads Canadi a n vided the accompaniment. communities with hours of summei The chorus plans iis next concert for May 1. Entitled Songs of the People, it is a col- lection of light music and fobV stylo selections. Instant Print HopyDir, 7269 7hjrd Aye. S CORRECTION Lorraine Shaw of Catholic Central High School placed first in the senior category of i the poem contest in the Royal Canadian L e g i o n-sponsorr-d Poppy Essay competition. The Herald regrets any in- convenience the error in Mon- day's paper may have caused. SOUTHWEST AUCTION SERVICES REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd AVE. N. Please note that due to the charily auction being held Ihis evening our regular weekly auction will be held lomorrow evening for thii week only. SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2nd 7 p.m. TERMS CASH NO RESEPVE Ten complelc Conllnental beds wilh box :p-ing and mallre-.s- os, bunk bcdi. twin wash tubs and stand, glassware, padded Caploms Choir, school desVs, lamps, seamslress mannequin, doors, bamhoo drnpcs, Resnor Unil healef. CONTRACTORS SPECIAL 600 iq. ll. Vinyl floor tilei (13x15) -300 iq. ft. while Ond 300 iq. ft, blug Wc-cd sprayer. ,ar i.ealer, one real good badminlon raquoi, fcor slool, sleigh, vacuum cleaners, cor lack, trtlr.b.q win soil, selocl.nn of gas and rlcclnc rongcs, inch plush iiy dog. Full longih mirror, wosherj and dryon, chester- fields, small radiant, and lols more. lake advonlago of our free pick up service, ond lilt vour items lor auction wilh us for maximum benefits. Enioy weekly door pri.e ol A i W Chubby Chicken Ihe I infist in (own. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT AUCTION BARN Phono 327-12ii J50B 2nd Ave. N. AUCTIONEERS GORDON SHERWOOD Bill HOPE No. 846 No. 645 is under consideration thai Iheiment. federal AsnaiHure Mi move v.-on't affect his plant. ister Bud Olson said the mono.} He said Klvcnvood produces vonlrl help creale six jobs in about one pounds 'Plants of tlurd ol bulier in million ihc community a year. in northern Alberta turn oul 13 million pounds in a he said. They would Ix? affcclcL more because there arc more produ- cers in the area. INVOLVES MANY One of the Lelbbridge Musi- cal Theatre's annual produc lions involves work be- tween 60 and 75 interested peo- ple. DELOHES KliAllEY Festival judges Two notable musicians will officiate as adjudicators in the i 1372 Lethbridge Kiwanis Music Festival. I Dolores Keahey. who will judite the piano and strings section, is a resident of gaiy but has travelled cxten- j i Business jottings Chris Danpgas of Lr-thhritlp! has qualified for membership' in the Ifl72 I'residenl's Club of; The Grcal West. Life A.s.sur- ance Company. Tho rhih is com-: (XKsed of leading of UK oompany in 1971 distinf! u i s h e