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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta a erry A. I. We invite you to Invite in to your wedding! PHONE M7-MT1 The lethkidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Monday, April 6, 1970 PAGES TO 16 RESTAURANT AND PANCAKE HOUSE lANOOCT FAOUT1B FOR 75 KOTU 'Just Thinks It's Landeryou No Special Problems At Uof L, Says MLA The University of Lethbridge isn't in any more o( a special- ized circumstance than any other university in Alberta or elsewhere in Canada, "whether it's big or small" according to Lethbridge MLA Joan Lander- you. "It's jus! {he same as'all the rest of said Mr. Lander- you in a Herald telephone in- terview, "it just thinks it's dif- ferent." He said U of L administra- tion claims that because the campus is new and small, it needs more money to provide effective education programs, can't be correct, "but I'd like to hear from them and bear ill their every single one of them. "They shouM spell it right out For Mr. said. "1 know what's going on, but it's a question of cott there's only a limited amount of money around and we're fighting the great battle of inflation 'that Trudeau's got us engaged in he says we're the cause of it, you know." He said he hadnt heard that the Alberta universities com- mission v.as disappointed from the first with the level ot gov- ernment support given the uni- versities this year. "They work closely with us in everything, and they'rt happy with the amount of money got. It's just (hat the universities complained a bit. "I havent heard anything indi- I'm POUimON POSTER CONTEST WMNBtS Six winning posters were -from among 328 errrriet in a pollution poster contest open to all Lethbridge elementary school students. The contest was judged by three art teachers, Mrs. Gladys Hart, of Coaldaje; Don Matin, of Wilson Junior High School and Ron Tompkins, of Winston Churchill High School, and was sponsored by the WCHS students'.council. Winners were Quon, Grode 1, Central Elementary School; Virginia Matchett, Grade 6, Central; and Joyce Stephure, Grade 4, Agnes Davidson Elementary School, oil first pn'ie, and. Cindy Quan, Grade 6, Central; Greg McCallum, Grade 1, General-Stewart Elementary School; and Darrel Strelrer, Grode 3, Susie Bawden Elementary School, oil second prizes. Funds Requests Before Council Quality, Not Quantity, Of Living Urged To Avoid Junk-Pollution In Technical Age By BILL PROVKK HeraU Staff Writer The concept that ptugiws Is (Uernmed by the extent of growth most be rt- cxtfonMuMid tbc cpiabty ekndrea. Hi Urei Kwta a mtm- henhip ef but- He 18 t, pftM deM tf the Chanher ef Cnmmrm Canada aad the enhf 117-eMf. FOR PRR DBMRT Nerth Rivlen m.m. 9 CwMd Swwey awl SfKIAl J4, i 73.1 x 30, I ply SPECIAL.......... Year Warranty '109 '3919S LEONARD TIRE MART LTD. 1901 2nd Avtnve Sevlti Hwne 317-tSM KNOWINfXY UNDEHSELL" ;