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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedneidoy, January 17, 1973 THE LfTHKUDSE HERALD 17 Police 'first' marked CALGARY (CP) The city police force hss become the first in Canada to locate its staff training facilities on a college campus. Ken Hollingion. co-crdinalor of the police science program. icld 25 new recruits that police departments at Dayton. Ohio, end Datona Fla.. are the only others in Xonh Amer- ica to their training pro- grams at community colleses. The recruits began a iour jrciTuh Lrainiag program at the new facilities. Sgi. Philip Crosby Joces, read of the police training divi- sion, said in an interview the reiTiiit traininc period has been increased to four months from Durir.g [he extra recmiis would cor.cenirate en behavioural The force has four full-time ir.Kructore at the college, all r-liceman. and will call c.i ex- perts end ihe regular colhg? for aid. he It really irasn't all that bad EDMONTON Pro- racial Treasurer Gordon Miriely, responsible for Al- berta's 511 billion b'jckot. ffjrid the cxher rjgr.t o n Cor-serva-iive con- an operating cvficii o: 5J4.A9 "for Mr. attending lie Edmonton Gpr.tre Conserva- tive Association annual ing. Seamed ii wisr.'t sll that bad because a SUTTVJS of from 1971 gave the' asso-ria'or. a o: ?i.51. Fact-finding Churchill's mental stability i i trip slated i EDMONTON fCP) A one- day fad-finding trip to north- western Alberta's Peace River ?rea wiii be made Thursday one week before he travels to Oiia- v.-a to discuss the region's prob- terns with Federal Agriculture I Minister Eugene flTwlan. Alber- 1 ta Literal Leader Bob Russell ssid Tuesday. Mr. Russell, in 2 re- i lease, said he ware to talk with National Farmers Union and officials in the area, hard hi: by poor weaib- er at harvest time last year. Mr. Russell said 80 per cea'_ of the crop in the northwest 1 Peace Area is under SBOIT and 50 per cer- remains OTI the grour.d in ih2 Peace reg- ion. But. he said, the rron ser- ious aspect h me effect the sit- uation will bave on cattle. "Without income, adequate hav and feed srain. the farm- ers are faced with reUic.s off ca-t'e" aixl this create mere seriou? lens-tern: lems than the croo loss itself. New engine c be questioned by former PM unveiled LONDON" fCPl-Andrew Bo- nar Law, the New Brunswick politician who later became prime minister of Britain, once questioned the mental stability of Vrinston Churchill. In an October. 1914, letter. Eonar Law conceded that Churchill very unusual in- tellectual ability." "But at the same time he seems to have an entirely unba- lanced mind, which is a real danser ai a time like this.'' Churchill, who v.as First Lord of toe Admiralty, ran into a storm of criticism about his handling of the disastrous Galli- poli invasion in the Dardanelles. Yet at the height of the in May, 1915, Sir Robert Bcrden, then prime minister of Canada, to Churchill to express "deep appreciation oi the distinguished ability- wlrich has characterized your dis- charge of the exceedingly re- sponsible and difficult duties which devolved upon you.'1 While still First Lord of the Admiralty. Churchill had a plan for snaring the United States into the First World fl'ar. Con- sidering Lha: Arjiprirans wnuld be emotionally aroused if Amer- ican blood was spilled on the batdefront. he proposed that a division of U.S. volunteers be formed in Canada and then transported :o Europe. DIDN'T WORK OUT The idea came 10 notir.ng. Churchill also wanted more neutral shipping attracted to Britain. In one of his letters to a shipowner. Churchill said the higher the number of neutral ships trading with Britain "the greater our and the Ger- man embarrassment." Tivo books of letters and documents covering the 1914- i1916 period are being published by William Heineman Ltd. of London. They form a compan- ion to volume three of the QurchiU biography published in 1971. TChen Churchill was toppled from influence after the col- lapse of the vast land-sea at- tack on the Turks ai Gallipot. he look command of a regime.it on the western front in France. A lonely and brooding figure, he drew great comfort in writ- '-ing ;o his wife who constantly sought to sustain his morale. Moments of gratification came when he met Canadia troops on the front. "WonderiuJ leop- he wrote his wile Cle- mentine, now Barones Spen- cer-Churchill, in a letter dated Jan. 14, 1916. "The Canadians grinned rrczi ear to ear to see me." PERTH. Australia 'Renter) An Australian designer plans to unveil details Wednesday of fa ne'.r orbital engine which cculd mark the beginning of a revoltrion in the automobile in- dustry. Designer Ralph Sarieh and a four-man team have developed an engine which they believe will make the orthodox recipro- cals gasoline engine obsolete. li the engine works, End is as simple, light arid powerful as the claims made for it suggest, it c-Juld transform the entire au- tomoiive industry. So far. de-ails of the engine have bean kept a close secret while massive bids for it were made by a number of inter- national car companies. Bur it is known that the en- gine is no longer than a tire and weighs abox. 37 pounds withcnt igrJiion equipment and other accessories. TAKING NO CHANCES Swedish Finance Minister Gunner Straeng defends his governments 1973 budget in a soeech in Stockholm. Officially he confident 'ne future.- personally he keot his wollet securely in his pocket c pi-. Staufield to speak OTTAWA ifP Conserva- "nis ofiice announced Pjesday. tive Robcr. SsrJieid will He and Mrs. Shield are to swak ,o a Saiurdsv sesaoa of aTvve Ln __ arid anend E welcoinir.E recep- AiM-a Pronressve Conser- ura vntve L-. Calgary. day mormns. Single-fare plan adopted TORONTO rCP'i The To- ronto Transit Commission voted Tuesday to abolish the two-fare system in public transport. enablir.2 persons to travel aav- where in Metro Toronto for 25 cents. Tne change is effective next Moncay. Metro now is d video into two and travel within each zone costs SO cents cash or four tickets for jr. The sinele-fare system al- ready has been endorsed bv the Metro Council, chiefly as means of srlrvjlafins the use of subway's, buses and stree'cars as against automobile traffic. POPULAR PLACE About 57.0M members of the Canadian service reside in the Onawa-Huil area. VALUE TIME Quasar COLOR TV New Year's Special Savings ore available en Motorola "Works in a Drawer" Color TV. Save S50 en the value-packed 25" down-to-the-floor consols featuring The exclusive Quasar "works in a drawer" with In- stamatic Color lock plus 2 year guarantee on all parts. SEE IT NOW AT FAIRFIELD APPLIANCES AND TV SALES LTD. from the creators of College Mall Phone 326-9443 1242 -3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-0082 UNBELIEVABLE! SHELDONS DOES IT AGAIN! 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. ONE DAY ONLY THURSDAY, JANUARY 18th 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. (TOMORROW) Here's another tremendous opportunity for the budget-minded mothers of Lethbridge and Southern Alberta to clothe the family at fantastic savings! Don't Miss This Great Savings Event! LOOK WHAT 25 QWILL BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF: t Baby Coveralls, each 25c Kiddies' Running Shoes, pair 25c Kiddies' Sandals, pair 25c Men's Caps, ecch............ 25c Lcc'jei' and Girls' Sling Back, all leather shoes, pair 25c LOOK WHAT WILL BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF. Girls' Baby Doll Pyjarnci, each 5Ck ladies' Running pair 50c Ica'ies' and Girls Wrangler Hcf Pants, pair 50c Men's Gabordine Work Hats, each 50c Kiddies' Sport Shirts and T-Shirls. long or short sleeves, seme flan- neletle. Siies 3 to 6x, each 50c Girls' Denim Jackets. Canadian Made, each 50c Men's Vesti 50c Kiddies' Bib Type Coveralls 50c Ladies' and Girls' Rain Boots, pair 50c LOOK WHAT .00 WILL BUY S1 COMPLETE STOCK OF: JEANS AND SLACKS S'tcs S :o IS Kicc.ss' 3 6x 7 -o 1-5 s Sizes 25 'o -C Lcc'c> Siies S 'o i 6. 9 Including Brand Name Wrangler ond Top Gun Pair C Ladies' Bonanza Shoes. 5-10. (A1! Leer her' Ca'-ac-ir.n mode. CPT SI end Girls' Nylcn Shell J a diets. each SI Tee Kay Runners. Siies 5-10 aair SI P Boys' Sporl Shirts. Lcng or Short Sleeve, cr.ch SI Men's nnH Teughis Sweat SSirt- end T Shins, (So.-ne Acrylic1, each Si Girls' and leers' Dresses ond Jumpers, each ......................SI Beys' 4 buckle Overshoes, pair SI Ladies' Snow Boots. Deep Pile Lined, Leather or Vinyl, pair SI Kiddies' Rain Boots, sixes 6 to 3, pair..................ST Men's and Ladies' Dress cr Casual Spring and Summer Jackets Si -V.-r.'s Sport Shirts, Long or Short Sleeve, Some Perm a Press, each.........SI Boys' end Girls' A'l Leather Shoes Canadian Made, pair SI Ladies' Wrangler Scrub Denim Jeans, coir S? Boys' and Girls' Dress or Casual Sprinn or Sumn-er Jackets, each......Si P Ladies' Wroncler Flare Jeans, pair ft Enin Brnfe, pair .....Si 9 Kiddies' Guided Snowmobile Pants, pair .....SI Girls' Flaid Flare Slocks. Sires 3 to 6x, .....SI O Shorts'erve Combinations SI 6 Girls' Skirts. Arrylic SI ladies', Kiddies' Flore Pants, Sr.me Flares Si LOOK WHAT WILL BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF: Men's Western Cul Panls by Wrangler. Mode in U.S.A. Pair S2 Canadian Made Ladies' Tee Kay Mario Claire leather Shoes. Poir 52 Boys' and Girls' Brand Nome Braver Shoes. All leather. Poir 52 Ladies' Acrylic Sleeveless Vests 52 Ladies', Girls', Kiddiei' Summer Coats. Each S3 Jeans and Slacks Brand Names including Wrangler and Top Gun. Pair........... 52 Men's Rubber Boots. Foir 52 Men's Western Cul Casual Jackets, each 52 Men's Tee Kay Running Shoes 52 Men's 4 Buckle Overshoes 52 Men's Flare Pants......... 52 Men's Cartoon Sweatshirts. L Sleeves. Each Men's Acrylic Nylon Dresi Shirt s.s. 52 Indies', Girls', Boys' Blue Denim Jackets...... 52 ladies' AI! Wool. Stretchy, Nylon, FoUrol Pants S2 LOOK WHAT WILL BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF: Boys' Showerproof Top Coats. Zip-out lining.............. Men's, Boys' and Ladies' Sweaters................. Kiddies' Winter Jackets. Sites 3 to 6x. Each....... Men's Western Shirts Each................. Boys' All Wool Sport Jackets. Ecch Girls' Dress and Pahl Sets. Each............ Boys' Corduroy Vest Suits 9 Girls' and Teens' Jump Suhs S3 S3 S3 S3 Dcn't miss the biggest 1 day sale in Leth- bridge s history. Unbeatable values! Get here somehow ana" gsl here fasti Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thurs., Jan. 18th only. LOOK WHAT WILL BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF: Men's Winter Jackets. Siies 36 to J6. Ecch....... Ladies' and Girls' "Winter Car Coats.................. Boys' end Girls Winter Jackets sg 55 LOOK WHAT .00 WILL BUY S10 510 t Men's All Wcol Sport Jackets, Harris TVesd Ladies' Winier Coals ful length HUNDREDS OF UNADVtRTISED SPECIALS! ALL SALES ARE FINAL NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES SHELDONS OPPOSITE GALT GARDENS ON 3rd Ave. S. NEXT DOOR TO BANK OF MONTREAL ;