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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DISNEYLAND HOLIDAY Dec. 26th thru Jan. 2nd ONLY Include! rln. Air fart Calgary LSI Angeln. Accommodation at Inn oF Tomorrow or Lodge. touri. Limited ipaca available. Contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 321-3201 The Lethbttdge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Thursday, November 30, 1972 PAGES 13 TO 26 What'i New On South Alberta Farm and Rural Sctne? FIND OUT IN THE HERALD'S NEXT "CHINOOK" INCLUDED WITH THE TUESDAY, DEC. 12, ISSUE OF THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD South Alia'. Largnl Circulation TWIRL-A-GIRL Nine-year-old Rebecca Woods shows she can do anything a boy con do, and maybe even beMer. Kids ihese days have obviously found a better use for steel railings than school children of another time. Can you remember sticking your tongue to one of those rail- ings after trying 1o lick the frost off? This one, without frost, is at Allan Watson School. Groenen photo SC campaign on Werner Schmidt, vice-presi- dent of Lethbridge Community College, stopped in Camrose Wednesday on his around-lhe- province campaign for the lead- ership of the Alberta Social Credit party. Brian Ganske, defeated So- cred candidate in Rocky Moun- tain riding in the recent federal election, said Camrose Socreds who heard Mr. Schmidt speak are reserving their decision on who would make the best pro- vincial leader until they see all the candidates. Mr. Ganske was in the audi- ence when Mr. Schmidt spoke THINKING About What To Give For Christmas? Send The Perfect Gift... FLOWERS from FRACHE'S P.S. Save added costs order overseas flowers NOW! Call 327-5747 FRACHE'S FLOWER SHOP 322 6th SI. S. to the provincial Socred associ- ation In Camrose. Mr. Ganske said he has lis- tened to Mr. Schmidt and Bob Clark, another leadership can- didate, and is not particularly impressed with either man since both of them have paid little attention to monetary reform. Mr. Schmidt; Mr. Clark, MLA for Olds-Didsbury; and Gordon Taylor, veteran Socred MLA for Drumheller, have so far de- clared they will seek the pro- vincial leadership. Current leader Harry Strom is stepping down but will con- tinue to sit in the legislature as the MLA for Cypress at least until the next election. The party leadership will be decided at a convention in Ed- monton Feb. 1 to 3. Cadet appointed A Lethbridge Catholic Cen- tral High School graduate has been appointed Cadet Squadron Leader at the Royal Roads Mili- tary College in Victoria, B.C He is Joe Donnelly, son ol Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Donnelly ol 231 24th St. S. A second year student, Cadet Donnelly is working towards an engineering degree and a commission ir the land element of the Cana- dian Armed Forces. 'Special concession' Two universities arrange transfer University of Lelhbridge arts and science students who are three-quarters of the way through their bachelor of arts program will be permitted to enter the University of Alber- ta's faculty of law, it was an- nounced today. U of L academic vice-pres- ident Dr. Owen Holmes told The Herald today he considers the U of A action "a special concession" since it allows stu- dents without degrees to enter the faculty. A degree Is normally .re- quired for admission, Dr. Holmes said. In previous years, U of L stu- dents have entered the law fac- ulty at the U of A with degrees but those degrees were ob- tained after a three-year course of study. Four years ago the U of L turned to a four-year degree program. It lias been imple- mented slowly, one year at a time. And this is the year that Witt see the Implementation completed with degrees con- ferred after four years of work. The transition from the three- year to the four-year program would have meant that U of L students would have had to take another year to complete their degree before being eligi- ble for the U of A law faculty- had not the special transfer ar- rangement been worked out, Dr. Holmes said. U of L students who now en- ter the U of A law faculty will complete their bachelor of arts degree while studying in the law faculty. "Their law study will count toward their bachelor degree, but we haven't determined yet just what the details will Dr. Holmes said. He felt about a year, maybe more, of study in the law fac- ulty would have to be com- pleted before it could be count- ed as final credit for the U of L bachelor of arts degree. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDO. Lower Level PHONE 327-2832 PUT Fcaluring "FRANKLY BROTHERS" 8 TO 12 P.M. NO COVER CHARGE OUt TRADITION Of my iestaulant PHONE 328-7756 FOR RESERVATIONS LCI break-in trial adjourned for one week Trial of a charge of breaking and entering against an 18- year-old Lethhridge mail has jeen adjourned for one week. Michael Henry Kwartel of 609 ipth St. S. was allowed to remain free on 5500 cash and property bond following .he adjournment of the trial Wednesday in provincial udge's court. Mr. Kwartel Is one of three roung city men charged with he Oct. 3 break-in to the Leth- BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Custom Installation! 2716 12lh Avo. S. Ph. 328-0372 Open Thurl., Fri. till 9 p.m. bridge Collegiate Institute which resulted in dam- age and the theft of a small radio. Man remanded in custody Maurice Crow Spreads His Wings, 22, of Moses Lake on the Blood Reserve, was remanded in custody until Dec. 7 when he appeared In Cardston Provin cial Judge's Court Wednesday charged with attempted min- der. Tlte charge of altemptei murder was laid againsl Spreads His Wings Sunday fol lowing the wounding of a spe- cial constable who was on rou- tine patrol in a marked patrol car in the Moses Lake nrca. Road cleared ior hiring policewoman The Lethbridge Police Commission passed a resolution Wednesday to consider the possibility of hiring a woman officer wlien a vacancy in the force occurs. During the debate, commission member and alderman Vera Ferguson denounced as "male chauvinist attitudes" suggestions that policewomen should be given restricted duties. Commission chairman Harold Vosburgh recalled his meeting with a Calgary policewoman who was here to attend a sex crimes seminar and said he found her "as capable as any policeman." The resolution instructed the police chief to advise the commission when a vacancy occurs so it can then decide whether a policewoman should be hired. NEW SHERIFF Ed Kisel has been selected new sher- iff and clerk of the court for the Lethbridge judicial district. Official confirma- tion of Mr. Kisel's appoint- ment came Wednesday. Blood donor clinic set next week The fall Lelhbridge Blood Donors Clinic will be held in Gym No. 1 of the Civic Wports Centre Dec. 5, 6 and 7. The objective has been set at 900 pints. Dec. 5, donations will be ac- cepted from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Dec. 6, blood can be given from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Dec. 7, donations will be accepted from a.m. to 11 a.m. and from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. For the first time, Lethbridge donors will register with the new computerized card system being introduced across Can- ada. This will save hours of la- bor, mostly by volunteer help- ers, in sorting and filing re tration papers from each clinic in the city, Red Cross spokes- men say. McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY Nuw has a complete supply of RIMMEL COSMETICS! "Whatever you need for beauty, for your EYES, -for your LIPS, for your HAIR, for your NAILS, for your COMPLEXION, for FRAGRANCE, you can't buy belter than RIMMEL" "Where Sales Are Backed By Service" JlliM -BAINE5 614 3rd Avt. South Delivery COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. Data Processing Services 507 CANADA TRUST BUI1DING TELEPHONE 328-7G83 HOOVER Model 6306 ELECTRIC KNIFE E78-14 F-70-14 G 78-1-1 H 70-14 F 70-15 G 70-15 H7U-15 J 7B-15 Feature! modem design high im- pocl p I a I I I c handle, heavy duly motor, lifetime lub- rication. Full 1 year Hoover warranty. Bladoi are ilaln- Icsj steel with lerrolcd edges for fasl, easy cut- ting. Never needs iharp- cning. HOYT'S AE BUY OF THI WEEK Just Say _ "ChQrqi Die Hoyl'i own Chorgn Plan or your Chargex. Education fund proposal draws local criticism By GREG McINTYFlE Herald Staff Wrilcr A University ol Lethbridge student society officer is skepti- cal of a proposal to help low- income students pay for higher education. An "education o p p o r tunity bank" is proposed in a joint brief by student unions at the universities of Calgary and Al- berta. It would repay student loans on an ability to pay basis through income tax deductions. Frank Zanoni, external af- fairs co-ordinator with the U of L students' society, said the fund would ease the con- science of affluent students but wouldn't do much to get more low-income students into post- secondary institutions. "I don't think repaying stu- dent loans is '.he basic reason people from low-income groups don't come to he said. BRIEF The proposal is in a brief from, the Calgary and Alberta universities student groups to a provincial cabinet committee on education and is scheduled for discussion next weekend at a meeting in Ottawa of the As- sociation of Canadian Universi- ties and Colleges. Existing loan structures, the student unions said, suffer from many Inequities because, for example, they tend to favor students from middle income backgrounds. Students from low-income groups become dis- illusioned at the prospect of re- paying to in loans, especially if there is little hope of employment. The student groups said the income proposal would make it possible for "any student to pay his own way for any post-sec- ondary course lie desires pro- viding he meets entrance re- quirements." The "bank" initially would make government funds avail- able but Is expected to become self-supporting. ONE PER CENT 'Preliminary estimates are that it could become self-sus- taining If it charged borrowers one per cent of their gross in- come over 30 years for each borrowed. Repayment would be based on the borrower's ability to pay and the bank would "recover SMILEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELLING Phone 328-217o ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENIAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5lh St. S. Fhoni 328-4095 jans through annual payments i ollected in conjunction witb the borrower's income tax." The "bank" was among a rrjmber of proposals in the joint Calgary and Alberta universi- ties brief. The student society at U of L was asked to partici- pate in preparing the brief but the invitation came in July which was too late to rally enough students to gather Infor- mation, said Mr. Zanoni. The brief had been intended for presentation to Advanced Education Minister Jim Foster, in the presence of the govern- ment opposition and the news media "for the but apparently was not ready in time. The "education opportunity bank" was the main concern of students who met in Calgary to start to prepare the brief, he said. "It sounds like a typical uni- versity thing a lot of talk and very little action." He said the idea of a fund to repay loans was sound, but students as a group do not tend to follow through on many of their Ideas. Students take to the highway A group of Grade 4 students of Galbraith School will be leav- ing the classroom next spring but they will still be getting an education. About 35 students are plan- ning a five-day bus trip to var- ious points in the province, In- cluding Edmonton' H i n t on, Banff and Jasper. The students plan to pay for the trip themselves. They have already embarked on a number of fund-raising projects aimed at raising the to pay their expenses. Great Gifts from Hoyt'j CHARLESCRAFT CURL and LOVELY HAIR CURLER Thermoiiaiically controlled electric hfraf. Exclusive cool safely tip, extra long de- tachable cord for beauty and health of your hair. Ideal for home and travel. ONLY Call HouKwarai 327-5767 DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave. S. 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