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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ----------------------------------Thundoy, Apiil 6, 1971 1HI IETHBRIOOE HERAIO 9 ASKS SUSI'KNSlON-l'rcs- lilent CovcIcC Sunay of Turkey liiis asked thai country's pol- itical Icmlcrs lo suspend all puliliciil aclivily nml lo rule (Ictrce. Tliis [nllnus Hie kid- napping am! iiiunlrr I a s I %scek or Iliror .NATO techni- cians' Icnxjnsts. College faculty association wants Thunder on the sun: new president to lead, institution. (lent assistant, have discovered HKD DEI-HI Kac- ulLy Association at Rod Deer College Wednesday lold ;i hear- ing into imrcsl on Uic canipvis thai p new president ami vice- president .should be appointed lo lead the institution. The association 1ms con- cluded thnl tlic faculty rinds it "impossible lo work with tlio present senior lljc a.ssorialJOM said in a 104 page brief at the third day of hearings. It said Ihc primary cause nf current unreal on Hie collage's L-ainpus arises from "defects in the leadership slylc of Ihc se- nior administration." The brief also said the col- lege board of governors hns not functioned adequately and it called for a board "which has thn iibility lo function as re- quired by the colleges act." WON'T LISTKN The board "lias noL bothered to listen to advice from senior AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Ave. N. Mr. F. H. Wesl, has sold his home, has instructed us lo offer For sale by Public Auction the fallowing line of household furniture at The Auction Barn, 2508 2nd Avenue North. 1 p.m. NO RESERVE TERMS CASH Beautiful five-piece mahogany bedroom iuife, brown leather rcclinc-r, beige cheslerlield and chair in good con- dition, iwivcl rocker, TV, Inmps, chrome Vilchen suite wilh four chairJ, 13 cu. Ft. (ridge, 30" electric range. BEAUTIFUL EIGHT PLACE SETTING LIMOGES CHINA Good Hoover upright vacuum cleaner, ffoar polisher, carpel sweeper, 1 melal bedi, end tables, electrical kil- ehcn Maying washer, tingle wash lub, Older drop leaf tnbte, numerous chairs, dfshci, poli and pans, electric reel lawn mower, lawn roller, lawn cfirms, garden tools, and many morn ileim loo numerous list. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT AUCTION BARN Phone 327-1222 250B 2nd Avc. N. Autilioncor: BILL KOPE-lic. 845 Soles Manager: RAY CUUEY adminisiL'alors.'1 i Mi1. Donnelly said the s I a I c m c n I rejected "lc sun "It lias not attempted to lor-1 Lem was tliiit ul the lit-st meet- board in ils brief. observed for luo Hashes. The flashes aren't believed lo be lightning m the earl lily sense a discharge of pcntup electri- cal energy in the atmosphere. rnutolc a general policy (o lake into consideration ;ill input re- ceived IroiT] L'OJilribuling agcn- cius. We arc of the opinion the board relied too heavily on ad- vice and guulimcc from Uic se- nior administrators ami insul- ated itself from complaints uml atlv.cc it did not, lo hear." It urges appointment of a new senior administration which can "work in a spirit of trust and under standing." Three other major re-coin- nieiulutions in the brief called for. L'f feeli i'e on projected enrolment. Tli e presence of a budsman who would re- ing called decide the pres- idency, (licit were only live voting members out of Hie us- ual eight, so Ihc decision was postponed. At (lie next meeting llieie were siill two missing mem- bers atid no president. Tlic board, acting on legal adviee. passed a procedural bylaw en- abling Hie cliaii'man lo vote a second lime in case of a lie. Thnl in (act was what hap- pened, Mr. Donnelly said. After (he deciding vote, trustees volcd to make Hie decision un- planning based j aiiiincus. The inquiry, lieforc Commis- The presence of an ora- sioner Dr. T. C. Byrne, was or del ed in Marcli by Jim Foster, what lliey believe is lliundcr un i But the Hashes and Astronomers at MID C'alifornin somehow probably are io an energy release in The board said it had dealt with college matters in n way I Technology liavc ob- "indicativD of Ihc board's pcr., served waves_ umlulal. of Uic problems of tlic fteil College." The governors said lltcy had requested several times dia ing outward nl speeds up to miles an hour [rom the centre of sunspols, the puzzling i dark blobs on Ihc sun's sin face rompbiiils be lo' are 1W lhil" spots, NAMKI) SII.IS Tlic waves have bee mally Infor- named Stein waves after their attention, to no earth. The waves are l.liOO miles Alan Stein, '2'1, a student assist- ei'y lo p meeling ol Ihc AtiHM'ican Astronomical Su- ciely in Collecc Park, Md. The rumblings of the solar lluindcL' would he too low In fic- for a IIUIMILII observer Id rdaicd: hoar--i[ lie could got close cjnimgli. they could he recorded and the recording speeded up to produce an audi- ble sound. The disr.'ncry could liavo gieat significance for solar as- tronomy, Ziiin said. "As a result, the found itself in the unwilling position of being unable to perform its duties and lucre appeared no aut wtio spotted Ihcm by acci-j now have a regular dent in some molion pictures cuiient natural phenomeni regular, re- sound waves as they move alternative other than quest the inquiry." lo re- through (he sun's gaseous at- mosphere. They seem asso- ciated with Hashes of light ob- served in sunspoVs regularly every 21; minutes. One wave is the sun through a telescope. from crest lo crcsl anrt acl like t Caltech scienlisls li.id lakcn of j Hie sun and Hint phcnomtna lari-js place nndor certain cir- Oj he said. "This gives us a new handle on the physics of Eunspols, a aoxislical analof Ihunder is a good one.'1 Dr. Harold Zirin, Caltech professor ol astrophysics, said in an inlcr- whole new picture of their i v'icw. Ziriii reported the discoi1-' ei-gy production." i n i s tcr of advanced cduca-' lion. In anolher submission Tucs-1 normal pressures and re- duce I h e accumulation of grievances." close scrutiny of adniliiis- day tlie college's students' asso- Irative ciation said in a 3C9-pagc brief Ihat the governors lacked an understanding of their role a The faculty brier said the college appears to be run as a business organization with lit- tle regard for the faculty and sliidenls "who essentially make the college possible." r The faculty association said I UUUIMC 111 it liad 28 complaints agaiiisl Hie lu-ipf board of governors, 223 against pi IBUI1LI 6> IJI ICI the president, Dr. M e r v y n Eastman and 90 against ihe vice-president, Dr. Ronald Piters. The hoard of governors faced Ihcir accusers during the in- quiry Tuesday afternoon. FEEI- FHUSTIMTIOX Chairman Tom Donnelly filed a five-page brief on be- half of the eight-member board in which they said they foil ''frustration in grappling with college unrest." Mr. Donnelly defended I ho p re c ed ure under which D r Eastman was named to I he presidency of tlic college last May, saying it, was used on le- gal advice. Earlier submissions to t h e hearing had criticized Warden warned KINGSTON, Otit. N polnli Good. 61 ta fO polnli' Exctlltnl. K> 70 folnli FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION WJwt do you think can be dono to bring about greater harmony between the western provinces and the federal government? YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 Solicitor-General Jean-Pierre Cover recently traveled to Mexico City to Ulk with U.S. and Mexican officials about, 7 1-exlradlttoa b-druge c-priBon reforms 2 The Progressive-Conservative Party, led by won a decisive victory in the recent Newfoundland provincial elections. a-Hugh Shea b-Edward c-Frank Moores 9 A bill calling for restrictions on cigarette ad- vertising wae recently passed by the House of Commons. True or False? 4 Canada's newest political parly, is about a year old, Is called the Canada Parly b-Mnrillme Alliance c-Pralrle Party 6 President K'lxon has said that he (CHOOSE ONE: expects, does not expect) hlE upcoming trip lo Ottawa to resolve haste disagreements between Canada mid the United States. PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can matcli with Its correct meaning. a-wJnnlng IcsfiUian halt the lotal vote b-too greflt an amount or number c-to collect or Accumu- late d-dlrect vote oflhepeo- pic on sn Imporlsnt political question e-wlnnlng wllh more ______thnn half the total vote 1.....plebiscite 2.....garner 3.....pluralllj 4.....plethora 5.....majority PART III NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that you ran correctly match with the chips. a-lcader of the Ulster Vanguard Movement h-Conch of the Toronto Maple Lrnis 1.....W. L. Hlggltt 5.....William Cralj< 3.....John Cotuially 4.....John McLellu 6.....William Whltelaw 4-0372 C-RCMP Commission- er d-New DrillEh Secre- tary of Stale for Northern Ireland e-U.S. Treasury Secre- tary "VEC, Inc. THE ALL NEW 1972 EMPRESS, EMPEROR, AQUARIUS Featuring sizes 18' to 27' First Time Ever Offered! THE ALL NEW 1972 AQUARIUS ECONOMY PRICED Standard equipment includes V-8 engine, automatic, power steering, power brakes, ice box, hot plate, porti-potly end 2 floor plans lo chooia From. THE ALL NEW 1972 10 versalifo models lo choose from. The compacl 16 foot model and a vcinely of luxury models up lo 28 fee) to meet your individual needs. THE ALL NEW 1972 reliability, ityle, convenience, oil at a practical price. The Ideal recreational vchicla ovail- _j nble in B, 9'i lO'i and 1 1'i foot models with or wifh- out truck. rvi ii-M-kiT.- Thii Practice Examination! STUDENTS ANSWERS ON REVERSE PAGE "Division Of Haico Manufacturing" Coutts Highway Phone 327-3165 Lethbridge ;