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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta HYWAY A rising young group in Lethbridge has playing for one year and plans la have its first composition recorded in the next three months. Loft to right are lead guitarist and arranger Randy Duffy, lead vocalist Pacaud, drummer Harold Pacaud and bass guitarist Kevin McKenna. Kywoy entertains a> local cabarets, bars and dances with light rock and country music. protested here JlL The Committee of Eoutl'.crn AlIiQrta strongly the or removal of tl.c Isliers from Royal Carruiimi Mounted Police cars mid in a letter to various Ca- nadian politicil leaders, includ- ing Soiicitri'-Gcneral J c a n- Piere the group voiced opposition to move and also criticizes the introduction of a French translation on police badges. The Coordinating Committee, founded to cele- brate the centennial of the RCMP formerly known as the Northwest Mounted Police stressed the important his- toric contributions of the police force in the development o! Hie Canadian West. The initlas RCMP and words Royal Canadian Mounted Po- lice are understood equally by botti French and English sneak- ing Canadians and should not have been changed, they smd. Deane Gundlock. Conserva- tive MP for I.ethbridRe, said in a return letter, that he supports the committee's and "only the show of strong public opinion against sucli a move will actually stop such action." Solicitor-General Coyer, v.ho also replied to the letter, said about the modifications to the j lv an administrative decision'' the HCMP itself, which re- tri? iraportr.nco of the quires no ministerial ratifica- ro'o played fay the Royal Can- lion. Mounted Police in th? He said, the "matter had un- j ucveic-ptnent of dcrgone extensive study and Tlii' modifications lo car and was approved in principle by [building insignias were "strict-! the commisioner of the force.' "H was chosen from the point of view of simplicity and quick symbolic identification. "The very large lettering identifies the accommodation as police building, with the RCMP being identified by its j equally large official crest, I w h i e h is well recognized throughout he said. "As you will undoubtedly the solicitor-general said, disolution of the ROIP or even a change of name for our national police force are not at all envisaged." schools education costs By RVDY IIAUGEXEDER Staff Writer But the costs were "obviously I not anticipated" and politicians i expressed shock at the spirall- Professional schools in Cana- j ing costs. jdian universities were blamed; Education ministers were Thursday by a noted Canadian CTilty of not making proper es- economist for th-o high cost of himates when making policy de- university education. icisions, he snid. Dr. S. G. Poitchinis. a Uni- Instead of taking the blame [versity of Calgary professor of for not anticipating the costs, 'economics said, it costs the Ca- education ministers decided not taxpayer up to >27.000 i to increase education alloca- The federal government now more than percent of pel' year per .'-Ludcnt to train tors, lawyers, engineers. per capita studer.t cost ur.iveriity cparating costs, he is sliyhlly t'ir.n SO.-'CiO in- (1969-70) to an estimated bil- lion in 1980. Higher education costs cur- t rently absorb about 2.2 per cent of the Gross National Product, up from .69 per cent in 19iii. Education costs will encroach I on other public fields such as i health and welfare, Dr. Peitchi- nis said. To obtain the money needed, j Dr. Peitchinis said, universities 1 will have to prove that the benefits derived from increased education spending will greatly surpass the costs. There are currently more than students attending i Canadian universities. This fiR- Itire will climb to full- [time students and 239.000 pai't- 'time students by 1976 and sky- rocket to almost Uz million full-time and students in 1930. He said this year's drop in tctal student cnvolinenLs iv a s an "abLMTntion'' which will probably not recurr. Tannny Wynette show popular "with funs Lly GARRY ALLISON' Herald Stall The real Tammy Wyne'.te show took place after the first- lady of country music had mice. star prove to the huge gather-1 Jones have s'jvcn children, six why she is the tops in IKT by previous marriages, Miss field, Working without the aide ol ailing husband George Jones The personable Miss j she really didn't know, ipent more than an hour sign- Her rendition of "The ng autograptis and chatting dors You whi spe ing autograptis wilh most of tltc loyal fans who jammed Ihe Kxhibition Pavilion Thursday evening. Hor performance off a three hour show which the (liminuUve blonde supcr- iuiss Yvymrliu saiig most of her biggest hits and re- quests from tlic floor of songs Won- dedicated to husband George who is ill nt home in Lakeland. Florida, had the vast audience compl WyticUc says I-.LT favorite relax- ation is fishing. "Both George and I love to fish, fish, slip said. AH'jr only six years in the music industry the blonde- h'csscd enter I niner lias had more hit records lhaj] many veterans. is nlso prowl of husband Gaorgc's achieve- ments. "In 1ft vears in ths business ut'U iJit: u.3i oiu tii in j. t-ui o in luj silent and hanging he has never had a record that very word. didn't reach lop shs Separate school trustees icant MMD overpass The issue of a pedestrian In other board business, a A working mother, she and I said. -----------.............----------------------I Backed up by Hie. .lones Boys Hand MH! ably assisted b y Harold Morrison and Patsy Sletid. Miss V.'ynelte performed j eusc and assurance. Neither Miss Sledd nor Mor- rison will ever bo able lo ear- i ry a show on tbeir own, hat resignation from .Mr. KimniiU, effective December of this year, accepted by the trus- tees. An exact date for Mr. Kim- Pollution over p ass cross ing M ayor ft la- grath Drive at Ave. S. is not dead as far as the Lcth- bridge separate school board is concerned. The board has instructed superintendent Bob Kimmitt to contact the public school board through its superintendent, ask- ing for support to have, an over- pass put in at (hat location. Mr. Kitnmttt said support i 7 might not come from the pub- i ill tic school board because it S j "really doesn't have a vested i I ItlCner C interest in an overpass. The youngest child crossing Mayor The Herald Magrath Drive at ,5th Ave. to- Legislature Bureau attend a public school is m 5 Grade 7.11 EDMONTON In order to lie also questioned the es- maintain a continuous clieck lent an overpass would be used j on water quality in the Water- ton Pincher Creek area, a de- show. Of particular enjoyment was the Ira-tapping taujo pick- ing of country comedian Mor- rison. They were both warm-up acts "tic dC.S mitt's retirement will be set in i and did what warm-up ihft near future. i...t should do entertain, but not the point where they were in the same class as the star. The standing-room only crowd, they were crammed in the aisles and along the rail- ings, would seem to be proof that country music is slill the favorite of southern Alberfa music lovers. by any children. Board chairman Jolm Boras tailed said there has been consider- able negative reaction to city council's decision against an sampling program is now Ireing carried out by the Alberta department of the en- vironment and the energy re- overpass. He said if it's a mat- sources conservation board, tcr of dollars and cents, conn-1 In a prepared statement, Bill oil should make it known that j Vurko, minister of the environ- is the reason. i nient, said crews are now Council last month approved an administrative recommen- dation not to ccnstruct an over- pass. A study of traffic and pedestrian movement at the intersection was conducted be- fore council's action and will resume v.v.en the. Holiday Inn is completed. SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT TOILESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEl Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE 328-2702-327-3610 sional at r.n economics seminar et province in sharing edu- the University of Lethbridpe. cation costs because of an anti- of Haibeek of HaiCo to retire on March 15 Peit- the increase should anticipated. LETHBRiDGE HONPA BUDDHIST CiiURCH 3611 FORESTRY AVENUE, LETHBRIDGE (Incfudes Sweet and Sours) B .'a 4 lo 7 p.m. PER PLATE TAKE-OUT ORDERS AVA1LAB1E! crating costs, the public de- manded a wider scope courses for all students. Dr. Peitchinis sale' vhcn uni- i versitics depended largely on donations, tho type and j number of courses offered was often restricted to the whims of J the donors. that has changed, hut there are still Eome "limit-in in- cffieieniies" in university oper- ations, Staffs and facilities are "un- der-utilized" he said. These i problems should he eliminated. University costs will continue to escalate, he predicted. The Canadian annual cost for all higher education will in- [crease from billion Todd Haibeck, president of ilaiCo Manufacturing Ltd., an- nounced bis retirement Friday, effective March 15. Dick Rem- 1 [pel, in charge of! operations, has named i president. FlaiCo Manufacturing, found- 1 I ed by Mr. Haibeck 30 years ago, j j became a wholly-owned subsi- Itiiry of the Wiekcs Corporation lot Saginaw, Mich, in 1969. i HaiCo manufactures travel trailers, truck campers, motor- homes, minihomes and van conversion campers at its two Lethbridge retails re- creation vehicles and Toyota motor vehicles; is in the farm machinery, buildings, irriga- tion sales and service business; and markets prebuiit houses manufactured by Kainai Indus- tries on the Blood Indian Re- serve. At a dinner in Mr. Haibeck's honor, Douglas Crane, senior vice-president of Wiekcs, ex- pressed admiration for HaiCo's accomplishments over the years and regret at Mr. Hai- beck's decision to retire. Mr. Haibeck said Friday his retirement from IlaiCo will give him more time to devote to other business interests. Mr. Rempel. HaiCo's new president, has been a member of tile local firm for 10 years. He is a native cf Lethbridge. Security 3520 SOUTH PARKSIDE DRIVE 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. daily 1800 sq. ft. of luxurious living including lorge family room with open hearlh .replato, forma] dining room, 2'i balhs, 5 bedrooms, wall-to-wall carpeting througrioul. Carport and many other features CANADA TRUST CO. Phone 327-8581 7lh Street and 3 Avenue S. seminar April 17 A one day seminar on secur- ity measures for businesses lias been set for April 17. Sponsored by the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce and Lethbridge city police depart- ment, the seminar will start at 1 p.m. and run through to about p.m. It will be held at the El Raneho Motor Hotel Cost of the seminar has been reduced to lor chamber members and for non- The {ee includes supper. The seminar will deal with sliopliftmg, various types of frauds and security ci prem- isp.s including holdup and burg- lary pi-cvcntirm. Crime prevention equipment will be displayed. LCC science building for rent The nov: idle science build- ing on Die Lethbridge Commu- nity College campus his been placed on renlal market. The million, four storey structure has seen little use since Ihe of Lethbridge moved to its new facilities last fall. j The college is advertising In 1 an attempt to hire one or hvo research agencies inlo the; building for a minimum of three years. j IU hoped that someone >vill j ornipy the building by Sept. 1, I no firm commitments have j been made by any agency. However, a number of people have expressed p.n interest in locating research facilities on Uie campus. Werner Schmidt, academic vice president, said it was de- cided to rent the facility he- cause the present college pro-! gram is not large enough to tvse the space. i the ,-.vea (o sample wells, creeks, ponds and sloughs. Veg- f-Ul.ion and scil samples may be taken ,it a later date. The water samples are sent to the laixjratory of the depart- m e n t of Uio environment, where they will Ira analyzed for many contaminants, includ- ing heavy metals suci] as mer- cury, said tire minister. The results of sampling will sent to residenis in the area, along with explanations where inquired. meet at Churchill An all Indian basketball tournament slated for the Leth- bridge Community College, March 10 and 11 has been re- located to the Winston Church- ill High School gym. Dances at the Lethbridge Friendship Centre will follow during the hvo nights of the 16 team tournament. QUALITY DENTURE ClINIC EDDY DIETRICH Di'ntal Copilol Furnilure I PHONE 328-7684 OB GUITAR wrac? COURSE PRUEGGERS ACCORDION COLLEGE ,E Alberln's largest Full line Ford Mercury Denier Is on Ihe move. We need competent Professional Sales People WHO ARE Sales orientated but ARE NOT experienced tn automobile sales. WHO ARE Challenged by ttio concept of developing a career in o rural location with a tremendous volume. WHO ARE interested in metro scale earnings in o progressive rural facility WE OFFER 0 Top earning Potential Camplele an tha job framing. O Beit Company benefits, includes new Demo. Opportunity for For more information Write: BOX 22, LETHfiRIDGE HERALD TEXACO WOMEN AN EXCITING CAREER AWAITS YOU AS A Medical Receptionist IFADNI HOW YOU MAY BECOME A LEHKI1. MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST THROUGH PROFESSIONAL TRAINING INSTITUTE HOME STUDY PROGRAM MAIt COAAPtETED, COUPON. TODAY Ags Educ, ZJratniiift Jrn dilute Km. 4, 1609A Centre St. N., Calgary 41, Alia. Rcgislcrcd under Ihe Trade School Regulalions Act in 5ask., Alfo. and B.C. has for lease in the near future a Wholesale Bulk Station outlet in the Town of Taber. For those who are desirous of going into business for themselves, here is the "Golden Opportunity" that offers a very rewarding and profitable future to the successful applicant. Interested parties call 327-4370, or write to Suite 101, 1201 3rd Avenue South, Lethbridge, Alberfa for further information. ;