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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. April U. THt LETHBRIDGI 5 New university plans pending GHISR MclNTYIlE Herald's Edmonton Uilroau EDMONTON The iirovin- cial cabinet will decide within weeks [uliirc ol Athabasca University, Jim Foster, min- ister of advanced education, lold the legislature. A tlirce niiin (cam of archi- tects presented plans !nr Uiu university In the board of gov- ernors, and cabinet must now decide whether Ihero is money to proceed, lie said. A decision must ho readied soon because of the uncertainty Athabasca plans create for planning at the other three uni- versities and the colleges in Al- berta, said the minislor. Mr. Foster declined an invita- tion by former Social Credit education minister Bon Clark, to promise a decision by July. "I began this gncssinr; gnmu with Athabasca shortly after 1 became minister of advanced cdncalion (Sept, 10) and I learn- "t GETS I1HAIIT I'UMl' Ylncerjzo Orsi, 45, city eugi- necr from Albany, Oregon, Is recovering in Detroit after a heart operation. A part i a 1 mechanical lii'arl was im- planled in his chest hy a team of surgeons led by Dr. Adrian nt Sinai hospital, It ts tlic second such nperalion (icrformrd at Sinai. tl early in my experience In ovcmmcnl, thai Ihc mimito on put n (laic on a decision, ou Hiitl ytv.i have to renege." OuLsidc NIC house, Mr, Fos- or said the proposed imiver- ily must lie reviewed in light a shortage of money and roppinp: student enrolment cross Ihe. country in Hie lasl wo years. When plans [or the university larlerl in 1970, sludent enrol- ncnt was "shooting up spccla- he said. Almost million lias already jecn spent on Ihe plan. To date, Athabasca Unlver- ity consists ol a boiird of gov jrnors an oirice in nonton, preliminary architect's ami a possible site at the own of St. Albert, 10 mile; north of Edmonton city centre The government faces a lumber oE alleniativcs, said thi minister: plans completely, toward construction by J 976-7 7. Ihe university to stu denls in fall 1973 in temporary quarters, an alternate site, change the univcrs i t; into a "media centre" or ai open university, on the Brills' model where students study n home, II the cabinet decides to g ahead with plans, the goverr mcnt will have lo spend ahoi in 1973, he said. Laurie Hughes, secretary t the board of governors, said un jikii most unhL-L'silicn in Norl America, Athabasca will rely heavily on teaching with tele- vision, fibns, lapes and other electronic media. Lectures will largely be re- placed by individual and small group discussions, he said. Stu- dents will study the northern hall of Alberta as a research project. Plans for the university were initiated, he said, because the University of Alberta at Ed- mnnfon was reaching maxj- muni size and Edmonton was felt (o be the major growth area in Alberta. SEE OUR MAY SALE FOR MANY MORE BIG TSME SPECIAL Wilh hood and molor. Reg. 19.94 WEEK'S f MINI-DRAW WINNER JOE S. HOVAN MILK RIVER, ALBERTA A MINI-DRAW EVERY WEEK TIL AUG. Z5TH GRAND PRIZE SEPT. 16 S100.QOO THE FOLLOWING LUCKY 100 PEOPLE WON CASH PRIZES Mr. Mel G I tiscn, Ca'rja ry J. E. MacKcnjie, H. R. Allscp, Calgjry D. and V.1. V.'arnjtk, J. Harris, Cfllqary oi-in Peirunla, Trail, B.C. A SI Albcrl .1155 K. Pilman, ShdbL-rne, TJ S. Pelc KliaarchuJ'. J. Manners, Vancouver Mrs D. 5. Daly, G. Wongslc-d', ipirlf River Gale Rjprktff, Calgary O. Kcnl, Cdigdry fc. E- Ballanlyiie, Wrs. Heron Murray, Tc'ielcl Kennefri T. Burrc.v.s( Village Cup-ns Co, N.S J. Lej.i tiillor Royal King: Kafhfrrn QrlfcH. Tv.o Kandf, Edmonton ,ir. Herder Kfeidsrn, Calgary Sylvpsrer Llfcih, Minnol, r4. V. R. Alkinsr-n, Tl. 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