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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE 1FTHERIDGE HERAID Tumdny, fobruurv B, 197Z READY, AIM The ability lo handle a firearm is a vital part of any police- man's repertoire. Massoud Shanavaz of Tehran, Iran, zeros in on largel during a law enforcement class at the Lelhbridge Community College. LCC law enforcement class learns public relations too By RON CAI.DWELIi Stall Writer Public relations in all its forms is an integral part of the law enforcement class at. the have knowledge of a crime to; "It seems lo be a growing Tit forward and assist the police. He said there are many cases where a criminal is not appre- hended simply because citizens field as far as girls are con- Mr. Hiley said. "There are a lot o[ girb here from Manitoba and Saskatch- ewan, and we even two Community College. ignore their responsibility. 1 giris from Nova Scotia." -Policemen must be able lo "We do place a lot of cm j' He said some will probably live in a permissive society and phasis on public relations it become policewomen while keep the balance of protection seems to be a critical srea of others will enter the field of that is necessary for those who I law enforcement security and investigation. IT'S NOT ALL VVCSK Jeannie McDonald of Lelh- bridno n [oke before getting down lo work with a cc'vpnrison micicscopc. Tiic ''scope" is particularly valu- ob'a in comparing bullets ro determine whclner they W-C-.T; fiica by ihc same gun. can't protect said Ken Riley, a former RC.MP staff sergeant now on the teach- ing staff nt LCC. Sir. Riley said. is important to bo able to deal wilh people in a bad situa- tion without making it worse." Mr. Riley said the public re. I There are 30 students in the Intions aspect is particularly I two-year law enforcement class important in getting people who I at LCC, including nine giris. Want to build your own airline? start a Hy .IOC Slfiff Writer SLubb ami Time Aii- LV.IYS Ltd. luivo come.' ;i lonp way Mru'C 1IH56. lie1 Lhc airline's bus driver, the Oilol of the only plnnc flying In Calvary. Uio president of the company and 'Jiie-lhin.1 of Ih? Loial Fluff. Mr. Kris- obviously knew u'h.'il ho ncing rVu ing tliat bus lie nrnv Iir.s four aircraft serving Medicine Hal. LrMibrrlge. Calgan. ilcd Drrr Timr. np er n ti n c Ihrory tl'nt I he puh'ic n i craft making firi it flights, ncm1 averages 1 0 i .seiigei's a en the il gary-Lolhbriilj-3 run. Air Can- ada 15; no lonffr on the Thc company now h s i staff of "i.i. including 12 and has cnvn organuaiion to handle reservations, main- tenance and pilot training. Mr. Ross got ir.lo UK' air- craft business when he Icasi'd a hfir.gar airport in and set up Uvo small companies which Der- ated charier flights, a flying school and aircraft sales and maintenance. A scheduled airline was not in his plans until he criticized STLBB BUSS Ihc PC nice that was offered to Calgary by Air Canada. "The lucal newspaper and some people in the community challenged me to do s nine- thing about if. and I filed an applicalion to Ottawa." Two and a half years later he was flying the route and in 1970 Air Canada allered policy and relinquished some routes, such as the Lelhbridge one, lo regional carriers, In putting together his oper- ation, the 40-year-old Mr. Ross had extensive dealings with the federal air transport committee and he says he is baffled by some of the bc-au- Ci'alic processes. "Government people get .so involved in details like gather- ing statistics they sometimes don't know what thcy arc doing." Fcr example, he was loVl lo change Ihn company's finan- cir.l }ear-end from April :u in Dec. ;il because federal statis- ticians wanted informa- bcn on a year-end basis. However, he said, the gov- ernment Is fair in its dealings and boiler than regulatory bodies in the United States which sometimes allow air- lines lo compete on uneco- nomic routes and go bank- rupt. One irritation is Ih? rising airport costs which he says are "going up much 'faster than labor or fuel costs." lie is annoyed that airlines must pay SI for every 10 seats on an or empty the use of terminal facil- ities by passengers. lie said plans for a S-JH-mil- lion terminal at the Calgary airport are unnecessary. "The planners are trying la predict' what will happen be- Iwecn 1970 and 1900 on the basis of what happened to air- lice traffic between 19GU and 1970 and that doesn't neces- sarily hold.'1 Despite (he growth of Time The Lcthbridge Community College ihe first college west of Ontario to offer law enforcement training but others are now following suit. Ontario had a few a year before LCC started they have seven or eight now Mount Royal College in Calgary, Dong- las College in New Westmin- sler. B.C. and Grant MacEwan Community College in Edmon- ton have since entered tJie law cnforcenieni field. The course, at LCC is a tough one. A failing grade in any sub- l ject kills graduation hopes. However, the demand for trained pyliccnien is so great (hat some students who have failed (he course have still man- aged to obtain jobs with largo metro police forces. Others are offered jobs Ijcforc they even complete their course "There's not much you can do to tall; a student into staying (o complete his year after he has been offered a job said Mr. Riley. A c'innge in attitude toward policemen and th? they do is very noticeable after the EXTREfrtE CONCENTRATION A lot of allention is necessary if a policeman wonts lo make sure he has obtained all fingerprints available. Pal Holder of Creston, B.C. works wilh the wide assortment of chemicals necessary for this vilal work. I---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Site announcement in week! Hog plant-hog board meet O i O delayed for at least a month By RIC SWIIIAHT Slalf Writer EDMONTON Tits pnnci- manager of the board, said in aa interview Monday t' the board offered lo establish a Airways, it hasn't become dis- tant from the people ii Corves. pilots arc ncl just pi- lots. They have lo ho nub'ic relations men ten and they're not so high on the hog thnt they can't earn' a little bag- gage once in a while. "Sometimes passengers joke about our 'illy-billy' air- craft and wonder if we land on runways or on Ihe grass. We offer a reliable sen-ice wiih DO frills except some cute girls. "We've never had an acri- dent, our on-time record is j belter than 99 per cent and cancellations are practically unheard of." slutiints get down Lo the niltv- gritty cf police work, he said. "A big part of the image problem is that people dor.'t j know enough the police- I man's job and its difficulties. It is surprising how the altitude of students change cncc they find out everything that is involved." Mr. Rilcy said Uie best ex- ample of the effectiveness of Ihe LCC program came last year when two students were cnllc-d upon lo assist (lie short- staffed Conldale police force. The rural force lost two of its members unexpectedly, but the two students who were called in did an excellent job, Mr. Riley said. pals of the proposed million i special committee to meet vmh hog slaughtering uicl process-j Sir. Ricalort, but that Mr. ing plant and I ho Alberta lion Ilicafort indicated the Marcn producers marketn bjard ap-: meeting would do. parently won't gel together lor I A meeting between STr. Kica- al least one month fort and Ihs nwkclii'g hoard Fernando E. Ilicafort. di- has been suggested as the key rector and technical manager to any further action to cstab- of North Atr.jrican Integrated j lish lite plant in Alberta. Food Processors Co Ltd.. wr.s Mr. Ricafort has bei'n asked issued an invitation to iiuv! to supply perl.inent infnrmalion with the marketing hoard ct about the capability of his coin- it's regular monthly mccling j pany to finance the proposal Feb. 11 12. land to keep it operating. p.nd Mr. Ricafmi replied I ha! lie j lo sssure the board of the relia- was tied up, b'.iL v.ould mod i bility of the export market, will) the Imard at its ported lo bo Sou'heasl Asia. I mealing about the niidd'e of Information regarding the March. proposed producer contract lu I Dr. Bruce Jcffcry, general; be used to supply hogs! m supports market EDMONTON (StalC) Uni- farm, the vciey of Alberta's farm community, wii.'i the Alberta Ing producers' marketing board and Lie pro- vincial government that pro- duction and processing should be separate concerning the pro- j posed million hog slaughter- I ing plant for southern Alberta. i Dobson Lea; president of I'ni- i farm, said in an interview prior (o (Ke opening of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture con- vention here, that agricultural production as a function should bo exclusively for the bonafidc producer, than an ir.dus- try tOiVii oiled from Uiu I Mr. Lea said he would like to help the marketing Imrd out of a dilemma, export market opportunities lo all producers raiiier than let- ting only a few benefit by r.ny 1 sihralion. Thinking of nsvior-al suiiply- management controls -a.s in Denmark, Mr. Lea said i: would be a mistake to encour- age contracts lo selected pro- ducers. annually foi' slaughter and 10, "bushels of feed grain for hog feed also has been sought by the marketing board, but has not been made available. Dr. Jerrery said there were iHi arguments In regions of Al- bciia p.'jcut the location of Hit; plant, lie said there may be some competition between the towns involved in southern Al- berta. He said the main concern of hog producers in northern Al- bert a seems lo be the credi- bility of (lie total project is it financially viable and Is the market there am! is it going lo Actual loration of Ihe plant when il is built has been nar- rowed lo Lethbridgc, Medicine Hat, Bow Island or Taher. Mr. nicaforl has signed a con'ract for Si A million with Henderson. Monatli, Lee and Asscciales lo act as consulting engineers for Iho project. Ton Lcc of the engineering company said an annoucrmenl. is expected ui the middle of February ending speculation Ihe location of the plant. 100 Copies plus tex Instant Flint Copy 1269 Ave. Parents must be encouraged as classroom volunteers The lime may be ripe lo hnr-' vest one of ihe ?o uniapped educational in [he' community payenls. Dr. George Ilrvan.s, direcior of curriculum fir the public! school syslom. a Hireling of AllicrUi Teachers' J A.-soci: officials mem-' in tin1 l.Ht: ul Miraing [MirniK ihe cnly lo lidns lo meet Ihc needs of sin- clenls. fact rcm "ims tiir.t pro-1 vinciyl and local povcrnmcnls i nro. nn Llic of frroxinc ed- ur-alion hutlLVIs at current Id-' .said Dr. Ecvan. "The lo lie1 do you've He f.aifl Ihe function "f Ihn teaehrr has also grow n in complexity in recent years Lin- til i! hr.s vouched the stride whore Ic.iehcrs are for more than cl.'.Nsroom inslru: In mnny Ihui jfihs lli.'it doimnd much or" ;i' tcaclicr'.s lime could easily he: "A MZO.Yule of Ihc day m oc.-upii'd in the j pi-rform.incu of (asks which arc clearly not l.he for which ;i lenclu-r is trained." he said. lly to Irndicrs, parents could become viUii in expanding Ihc aelivilics nr ihi- M-hnol .so thfit Ihe needs cf chilflrrn MT met in fire fully They would in no way re- place? k'lichcrs, however. Dr. Bevan said there are schools in Calgary and entire school systems in oilier centres where large numbers of par- ents are regularly involved in Hie inMruc'lional program. "Today, in Lcthbridgf, feu- schools make vpe cf par-cats in any .systematic fashion during the instructional phase of school life." He said parent volunteers would bring nt least two im- mediate benefits lo school op-: crations they would provide improved service without in-; creased spending, and they would become more able abcul school operations and problems. Mobile home park on agenda j for pHanning commission An appl.ctiou for permission Id develop n Ii5-ncrc. 100-lot mc'iile home park at 2Clh Avo. and Kith SI. X. will consid- ered by Ihe Municipal T'l.inning Commission Wednesday. The development is in Ihe pl.'imimfr stages now, but niih MPf1 const nu In HI could begin onrly in the spring. Ri'iy Chamlier.s, liie apphc'iml, Iraclors.are requ.QSLing pcrmis-1 sion lo build fourpiexes at 1913' 20th St. S. ami '2725 9Ui Ave. N. respectively. The MPC will also look nt nn j application from .1. Salmon to establish a fun and games ar- cade at Sin 3rd Ave. S. The meeting will begin nt, p.m. in council chninbers iiud is open lo public. 9th ANNUAL Sponsored by THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL 1490 ANOTHER GIANT MAItER BINGO by now you should have received your KCINOVISION TICKETS by mail. Soncl For encn card you wish to use be sure ycu include all 8 numbers on each curd (cit top kft and lop right of cards) together with your name and address to: KCINOVISION P.O. BOX 1490r LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Register cords by moil or drop off nt CJOC-TV. Mr. Chanbcrs said the park could Iw ready for occupancy ns early as Julv. Tlic last bull (com to cross AUo on the MPC aRcmln are, ,bo ,ai f Fort apphcalions from Cons l.nK't ion lo build fourplcxcs in the 11100 hlock of LAST ni'U, TKAM ilon, Montana lo For! Macleod n distance of 2-10 miles, was In Uikcihorc Koad. Iho spring of Ifill.'i. The train Two oilier applicant.-, was owned by Ilic I. liahcr I Hcmpcl nral Dana Don Con-1 Co, MONDAY EBRUMY 14th STARTING AT 6 P.M. ON CJOC-TV CHANNEL 7 HUIES: Only fhoso cards which have beon validated nro eligible 1. EacK game requires a Complete Bluckou! 3. Winners will bo tho peison obtaining n hlnckoul wilh Ihe lensl n mount of numberi called 4. Confirmed winncri will be (otiuircH lo mnil Ihcir winning cord 5. IF there is more Ihnn one in nny one monry will be divided equally. 6. Tlic decision of tlio commitloc will bo final. If you v.'cro missed or want exlro cards Write lo KCINOVISION Box 1490, Lcthbridgc Cnrdi nvnilabln at bolh Kentucky Fried Chicken OuMcli- 3rrl Ave.( Mayor Maprnlh Drive and 17lh Avo., Mayor Magrath Drivo Tobor-Pclrini Poniry fort Mndood-Scougc.ll'i Garago Colcman-Pop's Restaurant CouHs-CeuHi Motors Pinchcr Sales and Srrvic. r Clnrcsholm-Hnwloy i Grill rr Cardston-Ed'i Rociomion Centre ;