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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE IIFRAln Tliuriiluy, Feljiunry 24, 197S South mobile home owners RCMP centennial committee seek licensing act changes opposed to force change SHOP 1 i 11- hr :x' MTlliTll for ,1IlK'lldllU'Ml- I" 'I''.' Acl reiiardin.: ino' llilO. llOUK'S. More llian I" ll'5' ciisscd Ilic r.inui.i-ai'oiv of new :i Mhu-i' >'-ill raise Ihi'ir annual Mi'i'ii'.1.1 Kvs Lkrniv kv iiii: for a licence. lliat provision should be made in me act allovvmi; mo- bile owners Iliu rifihl lo appeal assL'ssnienis. seom.s lo ri'ifjn among s o m e municipalities and mobile home owners alike about who should provide whal information and do rc- Ihe obtaining of a li- eonoe. Some mobilo home owners said they have not boon ad- vised what their licence fee for ibis year is and that Ihey have- no intentions of approaching i their respective municipalities j in rlelormino Ihe Ceo. They feel! they should have official nolifi- calion before having lo pay Some municipalities were re- i ported lo have indicaled they no inlenlion of sending an: assessor around to the various mohiln homes lo delerminc the age of the homes and the mea-. suremcnls for (he licence, fee calculations. Others have ad-. vised to take the infor- al of- iiialion In Ihe mumcipa tiers Ilepri'senlalivi'.s 1 o r home ouners in eighl southern mo-i bile hiime parks v.iTe I'd and clecicil to ihe execu- tive. Park representatives wore named for Parkview in l.efh- hridiie. Skyline e.iM of Ihe rily, i Weslside near Arcliinoiinl Me- morial Gardens, C a r d s t o n, Coaldale. T a t c r, Clare.sholm I and Coalhlirst. Art Ekman of Coiillmrjl was appointed president of tiie or- ganization: Ralph Siellon of; Claresholm was elected vice- president, succeeding Mr. Kkmail; and Sharron Hill of Coalhnrst remains as sccrc- lary-lrcasurer. Tiie was formed Into last year when Ihe new li- censing legi.slalion pro- i posed. Its iuture role will deal wilh problems facing all mo- i bile home owners and specific j problems in members' rcspec- live areas. The brief which is bciny for- warded will add weight to those presented by similar groups in Calgary and Edmon- ton. "Vehement opposition" In Ihc rumored change of name of Ihe Itoyal Canadian Mounted Police was among poinls made at a meeting in Lethbridge lo plan 1U73-74 RCMP centennial cele- brations. Frank Smith, chairman of a committee to co ordinal! lo- cal celebrations was instructed lo write Prime Minister Tru- deau, Solicitor General Jean- Pierre Goyer and Opposition Slanficld oppos- ing "any change of name, slylc or dress of the RCMP." Ideas for the celebrations in- cluded a suggeslion lo ask Ui! RCJIP to stage its famed musi- cal ride in the Lethbridge-Forl Macleod area during the ncxl two years. The committee also discussed a suggestion by Lelhbridge Aid. S'icvc Kolch to recreate the his- toric Mounted Police ride from Manitoba west to Fort Macleod in 1873. Ths ride could be staged by members of horse clubs in the three provinces en route. The Sight, The Sound and The Fury, a historic pageanl con- The highway historic s i t o would overlook tiie Oldman Riv- er Valley, UK original site ol Fort Kipp and Robber's Roost, and what used lo bp the trail between Fort Whoop Up at Lethbridge and the police stock- ade at Fort Macleod. Mr. Smith said the site on the highway could be develop- ed co operatively by service clulis at Lelhbridge and Fort Macleod. The proposal has been commended as a project by Ilorst Schmid, Alberta minister of culture, youth and recrea- A sign could poinl out vari- ous historical poinls. The comniitlee also pledged lo continue to press the AJbcr- la government to officially rec- ognize Ihc names Whoop-Up Trail and Macleod Trail on highways signs ajid maps. 'JTie historic Whoop Up Trail is Highway 4 from Hie Coults border crossing to Lelhbridge. The Macleod Trail is the high- way from Fort Macleod to Cal- gary. Members of the committee will pursue these ideas at their meeting March 28 at noon at Ihc Marquis Hotel. Friendship society rets grant The Native Friendship S'ra- not made available from sonic ety of Southern Alberta has THIS THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FOR THESE DOOR BUSTER SPECIALS Myer Horowitz to address on public affairs ___________: sisting of episodes from the early vears in southern Albcr- years instead of depreciating ovrr This, in effcci. w'ears of U'niational fntcrdiscipline In-: The organization draws rcp- volvement. A question period rcscntalives fi-cni the realm of educators, psycho'iojir.s. pedia- Iriciars. child psychiatrisls. so- ciolcgisLs. planners, designers and educational publishers. Canada became a signatory member of the organization in 1X3 but has been restricted by internal problems of provincial division, jurisdiction and linan- dal responsibility. the prop-am. The land is ordi- Particular division has been r.arily sold for per front noti-d in th? areas of oducriion, foot Wserviced. j health and welfare of children. program requires a re- The Canadian committee is view even- three years to de- j now focusing attention at liie [ermine if the low-income J national level toward the lack home-owners under the pro- i of consistent legal rights perti- gram have had an increase in cent lo children, fncome. Dr. Horowitz, has been If such is Hie case, the elected to a Iwo-yc-ar term as spot v.We Jcrrv' Polls, an In- Seott has been quoted as sav- I Wra.vfr' Prcsiden! i.u-iv. i.. i nf (lift cnnind' n-hinli nr> dian scout Diverged Lne murder ing Ihe cc-nlrc may have to his mrther. Polls, a half Pciean half ScoLsman, guided Ui: ve through this territory during the 11170s. close its doors soon if money is Boxing card MFC sunjjests to council that land subsidies stop the case, the amount of the subsidy is ad- justed. For example, a family enter- Since the federal program i ing thfi program with an began, allowing low-incomn nual income of S4.200 receives families to pnrchn5e Ihcir per cent subsidy on Lhn chairman of the Canadian com- mittee, will also address the Southwestern Alberta Teachers' Convention during his visit to LeLhbridge. This July, Dr. as- amc? o pr c homes, the cay has offered un- j mcHgage interest rale from j sumcs the of Dean serviced land aL per front OTHG and two per cent from th foot In involved in I A1IC. Faculty of Education at ins I University of AJberta. Reservoir contract I awarded Tiie successful bid for a res- i ervoir and pump house in West Lelhbridge. announced this morning by project engineers J. C. Neufcld and Associates Ltd., was considerably less Ihan the initial pro- jected cost. Low bidder was Foundation Company of Canada Ltd. ot Calgary, with a hid of followed by Bird Construction of Calgary with and Pool Construction of Calgary 'wi'h a bid of S334.977. Ivenuood Engineering and Construe lion of Lcthbridge. t placed a low bid of successful An estimated 200 fight fans watched 13 bouts of boxing at the Lethhridgc Friendship Cen- tre. Organized by the centre's of Lhc soeieLy which operates Ilie centre. sdH Ihc only Irene- lit for Uic centre and it's pa- trons is the f.-icl that there will he in ore people around t.he bi.iVii'ig lo help with counsel- ling. "Especially in the area 01 alcoholic counselling, with tho t added personnel, there will he a much greater work force available to assist she said. Actual implementation of inc program has not been an- PAPER TOWELS Roy ale twin pak. DOOR BUSTER PRICE FLORAL PATTERN TOSS CUSHIONS our reg. price WEEKEND PRICE _ SUDDEN BEAUTY HAIR SPRAY nounced but it is expected to effect in the near teen organization, fighters from throughout the province pitted come into Lhcir skills against one another.! future Veronica Scott, Friendship Centre director, said that while the boxing matches made little .STEER PRICES UP money, they were successful in bringing many people who: Choice steers at the Lel-h- have never visited the centre I bridge public stockyards in before, to the centre. averaged per hundred- More boxing matches arc weight, above the five-year av- planned in May. c-ragc of 528.73. HERLE nORdlfln Fashion Wigs are on Sale for the first time. For a limited time only. Reg 450 Reg. lo Reg. to S60 Famous Merle Morman designer wigs thai will make you look beauliful, at sav- (rial make you look brilliant. All in easy-care, v.'ashable modacrylic on a unique strelch rnp that conforlab'y Ills all headsizes. All wigs professionally slyled. ready lo WL-ar. In nalural shades plus (rosleds. Don't miss this once-in-a-Melime opportunity! Style 100. Tho Urchin Look... f.horl lapcrcd slightly curly. pcq ;3J NOW SM.50 Slyle 300 Tru'orpd London Ghng LorA bng. Jnporcd. Rcq NOW S16.75 Stylr; <1CO The Flip Lr.'X i-.rq Icn-irine. r il 5.5.1) NOW S24.50 sso NOW S23.50 Reg. iJO NOW SI7 50 NOW Ren. NOW 75 Slyin 500. The SMrlcl L n-il: ir, slMnLcf" culled longer n.ipc Slylc- 700. The Gypsy took lonn j.hno Slylcs Lonk in Iwo inc olhcr InmmcT, sl-nrlfr MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC BOUTIQUE COLLEGE MALL 358-1525 FACELLE TOILET TISSUE 2 roll pak in new bold colors. DOOR BUSTER PRICE -00 LADIES' HALF-APRONS Tills column is published every Thursday to provide publicity for youth Rroup meetings and outings. It is hoped the column will per- form a dual pin-pose, as a re- minder for members and an invitation for other youths to join in on the leisure-time activities. All notices should bo ad- dressed to Are You The Herald, Lelhbridge, Alia., no later Ihan Tuesday preceding Ihe Thursday Ihe event is lo be announced. SATURDAY. Feb. 28 (rom 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. the Scout.1; and Guides mil hold a penny carnival in St. Patrick's Church. SATURDAY. Feb. 2fi there will be a record hep in Si. Patrick's Church from 8 p.m. to Tl p.m. for all Scouts, Guides, Rangers and Venlur- ers. Each person may bring one guest. Admission is 25 cents. MONDAY, Feb. 23 at 7 p.m. Hie RCSCC Chinook Ships Company will parade. Rig ol Ihe day will be No. 1 blues. The Galcnau division will take duly watch. Duty Oflicer mil be LI. Tmvancn and Duty Petty Officer will be RPO Cook. TUESDAY, Fell 20 at 7 p.m. the No. 11 Squadron RC (Air) Cadets will be held in the 20lh Field Battery Build- ing at Kenyon Field. Trans- portation will be provided by military transport. For fur- ther information phone Capt Bullied at 327-1116 days or 328-6759 evenings. CIEAR VINYL CARPET RUNNER 27" wide. Reg. price 99c WEEKEND SPECIAL i Embroidered Cotton Pillow Coses Our reg. price poir. WEEKEND PRICE PAIR LETHBRIDGE MUSICAL THEATRE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Has Been Changed To FRIDAY, MARCH 3rd, 1972 ol the BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE "Playgoers" Room 8 p.m. All members requested to attend! Hear Pat Walsh Report from NATIONALIST CHINA and SOUTH EAST ASIA 1. Our new China policy! 2. The Valljores appointment! 3. Should our Solicitor-General resign? 4. Should Quebec separate from Confederation? LETHBRIDGE CIVIC SPORTS CENTRE Friday, February 25th-8 p.m. Sponsaied by the Canadian League of Rights BRUSH HAIR ROLLERS 4 lizes to choose From. Reg. price 47c pkrj. DOOR BUSTER SPECIAL NUDE LOOK PANTY HOSE One Size. Beige or Spice. WEEKEND FEATURE BAKERY SPECIAL PIES Chooso from npp'o, pumpkin nnd cream pios We Will Be Open Mondays For Your Shopping Convenience ;