Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
24 'HE ItlHBIIUGE HERALD Tui.-vlny. Apr KDMO.YiW (LT) A fui'- Oliawil uviyiu- we'll numlh-lontf sit-in by Cold for siuc Indians in tlic downtown lip if InilNm Affairs Tower may end iK'Nt week, Minister Chii-lii'ii pnls his C'hk-l Iliilpli HUu'kuran sipiatmi; on tlie agreement, here. will end llv in ;nicl no t-liiof. v.'lio inein- liotne." hers of his Immediate family "Xolhinp >ull Ir im- hns maintained tlie sil-in in tlie less IKIVC liis Indian affairs depiniinent re- CALL ME MS blio isn't Miss or Mrs. she's Ms., (pronounced Miz'i, Debbie Byrnes, according lo Ihe nnme- plalc in Iront of her head oflico of Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce in Toronto. Ms., used by Women's Liberolion in die United Stales lor the lasl Iwo years, is slartinq to be used by Canadian working women thai Miss or Mrs. discriniinalcs ngoinsl women. firing urged RED DKEK 'O'l Ilr.'1971. and 1-13 p.'iRos of docu Mervyi! Eastmnn. president, of Red Pcor Colic-tic, slu-uld re1- :iO persons attended of (1 Iiiatiii-c." The Indians lulrevv i.ili pimwl offices since last Octn-, students from stlioo] lo tier, siiicJ Hie nve promis- Ihc fedeud inle- iiiji. pulley for Indian .stu- Parents on the Cold Lake re- j denls. serve, in northeastern Alberta, I also kept (heir children 5 out of school since Sep- I I ember. WILLING TO HACK OH' Chief Dlackman referred to i a recent statement, hy John Ciacia, assistant deputy minis- ter of Indian affairs, to a Com-! mons rommittoc that the do- j parlnicnl is willing lo concede and provide school facilities on j Ihc reserve up to ttic Grade fl j j level. The hand rejected an earlier offer of additional facilities 10 (lie tirade II level with facilities i In Grade 9 possible by 1075. Mr, Ciacia told the commit- tee the department is also will- ing (o provide some assistance, requested hy the Indians, for economic development on the reserve. w Chief Blackmnn sairl It "is j "promising, but we have to work oul the details lo send to Tlie parents claimed the pol- j icy had (ailed and resulted in a drop-mil of more Hunt 90 per j cent ainnnt; Indian students al Dm junior and senior liifjli .school Mr. Cmcia told Ihc commit- tee the policy had not failed. The problem discrimina- i lion. I "T h c Indian children were not accepted, they were looked upon as inferior and Ihc Indians therefore decided to no hack to the reserve. "We have made an attempt at regrouping but it will lie dif- ficult to briiif! il about ntdil the altitudes are changed and the cultural differences icc- The Indians originally de- manded that Mr, Chretien visit (bo reserve m person, but be refused lo negotiate unless the students relumed lo school. Driver training possibility l-'OHKMOST (Special) 'i'ho A I b ti r L a Multir Association made application lo tlic County of Mile School Cutuniillco recently U> offer in-car training [or the Driver Kchication 10 course. It was pointed oul Hint Hie cost for .student, v.mild be huL that this o u 1 d largely be offset, liy a reduc- tion iji ins-uraucu premiums for those who liatl successfully completed tlie course. The. committee: authorized ;i survey of parents and students to sec ILOVT many interested. AL least would lio 12, people tied for each course. If (here is cnougli interest, one or more courses eonld lie offered in County schools. Tlie carries cred- its towards a High School dip- Ionia. II consists in tlie first part of ;tO hours of classroom instruction provided by a certi- fied timelier. The AM A would assist by providing visual aids and films for the teacher's use. The A.MA would then be largely responsible for the second part which includes 12 hours of in- cur observation and eight hours of actual driving experience. 'THE WORLD'S BEST LAND PACKER" TABER NOBLEFORD LUTHBRIDGE 1107 2nd AVE. "A" NORTH ALL PACKERS HAVE FULTON BAIL HITCHES 5 FT PACKER Heavyweight........ 6 FT PACKER Heovy Weight moved and the ernors and vicc-mvsiilont. Dr, Ronald Pliers dismissal, col- lege students told an I'.uum-y Monday. The recommends: MI.S a r e contained in a j rtvorcl at about submitted by the Red Doer Col- hour. lege Student's Assix-KHion ti- the opening day's session of Ilio one-man beinc ed hy Dr. T. C. Byrne e a r i n is expected to continue of Ihc v.cck. Previously i ircnlated to Iti- lereslcd pHflies, the student's brk'i '.'-as btinj; read into I lie paW'.s an 'ROT Cordon .in Ktlmonton kp'.yer acliut: on behalf of Drs. si man and Piters, objeeleri education minister, v.as urder- ed to conduit the incjuh-y by Advanced K fl 11 cation Jim Foster ni'T.! of Dr, Byrne, former fk'pnty i to portions n( tlic1 student's bn'-'J, one early cliapler -rot." Or. Byrne, In liis opening; ro i marks, Hie college unrest at the oducntionul fncU- jmblicly supported and the ob- ity. of legitimate public con- The unrest appears to emit re foi-n. Tie said he intended lo on tha relaiionship between Ihc conduct an open hearing while (acAilly and the student on the! reserving the lo close the one hand and the senior admini- sessions al any lime. ttralion on tba oll'.er. The :HitlenL's, in Ihc brief, In February, C'! JXM' ol snjfi rnisat- llic 7-i-mcmber faculty called i.stactury procwlures and for an inquiry into tlie adinini- kLcked an nf the etration citing, amontf oilier bcnrd's rule anrl cjf Ihe college tilings, of .sociur.y ui in general. tenure. Hoard members ''have .shown About Ihe sr.me time, to lie overly dc- cent of tiio almost a o.r r.i dencc calling Tor of Drs. Eastmnn and ['iici.- Tlie slmlenls' direct appoa.1 cm I be adininisiration jiml nit Dr. Kaslmtin in particu- in tlic exclusion of tlic stu- dents and faculty The slurlrnts said Dr. East- to Mr. v.tns counteicd Ijy i man, appointed president in a suggesliun the minister May year, failed lo that a committee, made up of gain or has lost the respect, the oi the irusL, confidence- and co-opera- crnors, students and lion o[ the students and oth- college employees but cxclud- crs." ing the administration. be set Dr Piters "dismissal up lo investigate lie callccJ or to a less prcsti- an internal problem. gious (lip students under chair- said he does "not act in a way man Peter PIAVCT, a ltu.1 DLLT j [lint a person in authority lawyer, before its final menling sliuuhl." Feb. ?Jt, Hie committee re com- Mr. Lead, iti his opening mended an mrnnry hi1 if additional held, supfiijTlinj1, docnmenLs re- Tlic govemors. in an i quired, will bo quite will- dent motion Fob. '13, callcxl to supply them." for a public inquiry and the Al- The brief covered incidents bcrta cabinet named Dr. Byrne dntiny hack lo Dr. Eastman's as commissioner March 7, i appointment. lie wtis Iiircd af- Tho student's brief, present- icr a liulcl of -V) applicants cd by association president Jim I narrov.ed to four choices. Dr. Head, contained pages of recommendaUoiLs, 112 Kaslman served idenl of the analysis dating back to May, previous presidents. vicc-pres- under two of lETHBRiDGE IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE IETHDRIDGE MfNOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION proudly presents 1972 ADAMS ICE CENTRE April 8 a.m. to p.m. RINK OPEN FOR SPECTATORS PRIZES---------------- Priici will hi nwcirdod tn Ihc tofimi cind Individual ikatmg Inn rnoit [nps cntF rot sing plio mosl monoy 0 4-10 SPEED BIKES 9 HOCKEY JACKETS FOR TWO TEAMS HOCKEY STICK FOR EVERY SKATE3 4 Inpi rtntt ufiij. 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