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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Book now for thii SPORTS WEEKEND OAKLAND, CALIF., MARCH 3, encouraging tourism, economic, education and other development in southern Alberta. The MLAs were asked to work to solve these problems at the next silling of the legisla- ture which starts in Edmonton March 2. Heart functions explained A lecture on the function of he human heart, including the dissection of an antelope heart, .'as given to members of St. uiin Ambulance at city police lation Wednesday night. The lieaii or Ihe antelope, a I volunteers, was part of a series deer animal, resembles of eight given annually by bri- closely that of a human. The gade physicians to enrich their hour long lecture was deliver- ed by Dr. Fred Preston, bri- gade physician. The lecture, attended by 17 knowledge of first aid The next lecture has tentatively been de- cided (o be an analysis of the human brain. Wllhln three years _ _ __ Peace research leader licts new war By IIL'DY HAUGENEDEIl Slaff V.'rilcr A Third World War will break out between now and 1975 predicts Norman Z. Aicock of the Canadian Peace Re- search Institute. Addressing students at the University of Lethbridge, Canada is No. 5 in arms sales Canada is the fifth largest seller of armaments in the world, says Canadian peace re- searcher Norman Aicock, As a result it is a major con- tributor to the current arms race which, Mr. Aicock say will lead to a global conflict within the next few years. Although the percentage o! the gross national product spent by Canada to develop it military might is declining, it is contributing to world disaster by continuous sale of arms to other nations, lie said. Canadians should protest this action and demand a stop of Canadian arms sales abroad. He also said the lease of the Sufficld Research Station grounds to the British is a "disgrace "Anyone wanting to picket Sufficld should go to show their displeasure, he said. Dr. Alcock's concern at Suf- field was not ecological, but that Canadian soil is being used to train for battle. Any such contributions en- hance the chances of a global conflict, be said Wednesday, Mr. AU-ock warned i Mr. Aicock said unless there Is Ihe previous history of wars a dramatic change of attitudes combined with sociological fac-j among politicians and people tors and the current arms race 1 towards peace, global disaster indicate that a conflict of! will not be averted. global proportions is imminent. Although praying the predic- tions carefully prepared by peace researchers are wrong, Hog board research fund for 1972 projects Tile Alberta Hog Producers marketirg group and soul larkcting Board can spend; Alberta director. 74.800 on industrial and mar- ct research for 1972. The beard has allocated 00 from its resources. An addi- onal t'cr research omes from the Alberta Agri- lilliirc Research Trust. The board also has given 100 toward a continuing project t the University of Saskatch- wan, Saskatoon. This particu- r project is to determine the ause and treatment of sccurs pigs. Scours is the livestock crm for diarrhea. Market research is impor- int to the board, said Wayne milh, vice-chairman of the thern Mobile home ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Sthwurlz Bldg. 222 5lh SI. S. Phone 328-4095 field of education has been ad- vccaled by Dick Gruenwald, for Leth- park gets light A mobile home park devcl-' iakcs in cducalion and he opnient in nolli Lcllibridfic i a "vcuchcr system" was approved in principle by bc implemented in AI- Tae board has formulated long-term research objectives, he sr.id, including: structure; ot reducing pig mortality; e t h o d s of improving swine production efficiency; of improving the end product; which influence million surplus city The city accumulated a sur- plus of as of Dec. 31, 1971. Accounting for the surpluses were: taxation revenues, SK2- 631: water department reve- nues, electric depart- ment revenues, Committed allocations for of for taxation relief consumer acceptability of pork and pork produces. Addressing 30 farmers at the cxpcnscs leavcs Exhibition Pavilion, Mr. Smith ]us ot 5M7 said prehminary repcrts have been received from Uirce re- search projects which arc be- ins carried out. Heart di .ease Heaths among The beard is trying to deter- adults below T5 dc- minc Ihe results ot a fresh pork promotion in Calgary and Edmailon during the summer and S50.000 for West Lethbridge marketing expenses creased since i'.ic first Heart campaign n with Heart, Furrl do'lars speed ing virtually every ricvan'-'c. Power to the people in the almost no government help." Saeial Credit MLA bridge West. Mr. Gruenwald says parents have little control over what COIDS? FLU? SNIFFLES? SNEEZES? If they are unwelcome guests in your home McCREADY-BAIMES has Ihe popular effective remedies in stock to help you Cough Syrups Cold Tablefs Medicated Salves Nasal Sprays Cough Lozenges Vapourizers Medicated Sprays Vitamins McCREADY-BAINES__________ PHARMACY LTD. CHARGES: 614 3rd Ave. S. Phono 327-3555 the Municipal IM.inning Com- mission Wednesday. The development is planned for lf> acres containing 100 with provisions (or extension lo .1f> acres and approxim.'ilelv lots at 2011] Ave. and 13th SI. N. This system would see student grar.ls paid directly to the par- ents rather than the school boards. In this way, he said, parents cunUl exert economic pressure on the individual school lo im- prove ils services by wibdraw- Cost of the initial phase of financial support if they are the development is estimated I siiKfirvl at based on per lot. LoLs will bc rented lo mo- bile home owners. The approval is subject to negotiations twtwcen the de- veloper. Day Chambers, and the city concerning servic- ing of the land and local ion of i access roads. Before ennsl.ruclion can IHJ- gin, delailed plans of Ihe mobile home park nmsl be ap- proved by the commission. On another mailer, the MPC refused Bcny Chevrolet Olds- mobile permission lo erect a projecting sign on I bo Heny lot at 2nd Ave. and tllh SI. S. Cily regulalions forbid Iho creH.inf; of any new proj.'eliiig signs in Ihe downtown fii'ca vcesl of OLIi SL a srdd parents who send their children to these schools at their own expense would no longer have lo pay taxes to the public school they choose not to use and. at Ihe same time, finance the private school of their choice. Mr. said this is not a new plan. Similar ideas exist in the G. I. Dill in the United States and the plan has already reached various stages of implementation in the school of srvcral states. Opposition lo the systenr, he would come from existing educational bureaucracies, but Parents would be free lo send their children lo any approver! school, "paying'1 for alten- drncp with n government i voucher. Mr. fimcmvald feels this! would improve cducalion by making it more cmnpelilive. "Schools w.inld have (o meet Ihe now compclilion by consis- lanlly improving Ihe qualily of ttlucalion, in which case they would keep their customers. "If not, their enrolments would decline and they would evcnlually lose financial sup- port." lln said this plan would Rive Impcliis lo privalo schools that M-C "presonlly doing a com- mcndablo job nnd providing n very worthwhile serrico wiUi NEW and USED ORGANS WE TAKE GRA1NI Do you have merchandise to consign? WE HAVE A Free Pick-Up Service AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Avo. N. Phons 327-1221 dedicated teachers would wel- come the plan because (hey could easily command higher pay lor ihoir nbove-avcrage performance. Mr. Grucmvald said any changes the system would bring about would long- range ralhrr than immediate. "Tbe existing schools would remain so Icng they are sa- tisfying the demands of parents and children." he said. "A significant change would occur only when and if new and .schools were developed." Outlining Ihe numerous fac- tors that lead to war: territor- ial ambitions, ideology', tne class and soil structure and the arms race, he showed by a graph that the arms race has escalated to its peak and that de-escalation will come. How- ever, that is the primary time for war. The objective of peace re- searchers is not to predict glo- bal doom but to pick out pos- sible trouble spots, the reasons for them and offer alternative methods rather than conflict, he said. The world's current dilemma results from the authoritarian methods of child upbringing and education which cause the development of aggressive indi- viduals compared to passive where people are sincerely con- cerned about their leliow men, he said. Too much effort, is being put "ir [orth by governments in devel- 'flRT STUDIO ON FICTH nUENUE ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMING flRTISTS1 SUPPLIES GfllLEHV 710 S AVE S (.ETHBRIOCE-AITA Open Wookdayi 9 lo BOB of the machinery ol! said Mr. Aicock. m assive efforts are fT" immediately by gov- towards the develop- JL. %J m of "peace warned the students plans "will not live to sec their or for their children "to live to a ripn old age." He blaster] defensive arma- stating there is no dif- between defensive and offensive arms in the way the global powers are using them Bob Kimmitt, GO. will li! Moscow, he as superintendent of the a Soviet official why the hndgc separate school is continuing to attempt in surpass the kdllinR power o) He has held the post "United Slates when it hac ma! died the U.S.'a Mr. Kimmitt said he been planning the move he said the Soviets al the past two years and had "five overkill power has been nothing in the past year that has had any bearing on his decision, "I wanted to retire while to annihilate Hie world's population five times the Soviet official laughingly said it was actually "15 was still young enough to spend a couple of years working overseas he The Soviet official told Mr. Aicock that the quantity of "However, I have no for bolh Lhe NATO plans at the present Warsaw Bloc nations re- Mr. Kimmitt has been fn vo vcd in cducalion since he first began teaching in a school in 1930. Prior to RUBBERMAID to Lelhbridge, he was superintendent of schools in "Education has been a mendous challenge over tlie past few years and it will tinue to be a challenge in CLEAN-UP CADDIES years ahead. "Being a superintendent is 398. Sale 3.33 high pressure job and I SPACE CANISTERS it was lime to get nn Mr. Kimmitt's retirement 5.98. Sals 0.70 be officially announced at WRAP AND BAG next regular meeting of the arate school wO GROCERY BAG HOLDER There are 21 locals in Region 14 of Unifarm. There are 3.90. Sale 3.33 delegates in those locals. boundaries are Turin to north, Glenwood to the Warner to the south and to the CLIFF BUCK, Certified Denial BLACK DENTAL Monday, lues., Wed., and Sat. Lower Level a.m. lo p.m. 1 MEDICAL DENTAL and Fn. PHONE 327-2S22 a.m. ID p.m. Friday and Saturday Evenings This Week "THE-MOONGLOWS" TO 12 P.M, NO COVER CHARGE n.TiPN OF WCSTEHN HOsriTALITT IN THE OLD THAI PHONE 328-7756 FOR RESERVATIONS ;