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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Snluiday, Augull 26, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HtKAlO IS Abolition said highly questionable Ilolwrt Clark, minister o( ucnlion in lire former Social Credit government, described tlie decision to iilwlLsh Hie Al- berta Universities Commission and the Alberta Colleges Com- mission us "highly qucstiorv- able." Mr. Clark snirl this is just a further fracture in Hie arm uf educational continuity in Al- berta. "I've said on many occasions that tlie government made a mistake in creating two depart- ments of lie said. "What they arc trying to do now Is create a job for the department of advanced edu- cation. That department didn't have much to do with the two commissions in existence." Mr. Clark said he is ulso wondering why the cabinet ap- >ointed new memlwrs to both jommissions tind now i( ap- pears they are going to abolish them. It is likely that memters of Ixith commissions will be sorlxsl into the department of advanced education. 'It's a way of giving some recognition to some people lor llicir past said Mr, Clark. "Bui worse than that, it In dicales Ihc government really doesn't know where it is going in this field." INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS 9 AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES ITD. ESTABtlSHEO 1911 lower Floor 517 4th Avo. S. Phone 327-1541 Students big scholarships University of Lelhbridgc stu- dents have won two major scholarships presented by the Japanese government. Only three such awards Tire present- ed in all of Canada. Howard Alexander, 31, and David Iwaasa, 24, have been selected by the Japanese mini- stry of education as winners of the Mombiisho Scholarship for 1D72. GRANUM ROY FJORDBOTTEN PHONE 236-2102 DON WAIPER lit. 010150 Beckel uncertain in move The critical aspect of the po- entlal abolition of the Alberta universities commission and the Alberta colleges commission Is what will replace them, says Dr. Bill president of the University of Lethbridge. "It is our hope that the com- missions arc replaced with some kind of Independent body which can make an input for government consideration to do research, ask questions and get he said. "We will need some mechan- ism to present the views of uni- and colleges to the jovernmcnt and for the govern- ment to present (heir views to s." He said it Is difficult lo rcaH to the decision a new method of operation hasn't been spelled out. Dr. Beckel said he Is parti- cularly interested in how uni- versity finance be by the change. Does Lcthbridge need low- rental housing? What began as a request to ]ook into providing more ac- commodation for senior citi- zens has turned into a general survey of the local housing sit- uation. That's the way it must he if the provincial or federal gov- ernment is to be involved. So far, there is no legislation which allows government sub- sidized housing strictly for sen- ior citizens, Martin Thomas of the Alberta Housing Corpora- tion says. Mr. Thomas and the local community services depart-! rnent will start the survey Mon- day, on the basis that there is a need in the city for low-rental accommodation for families of all ages. The survey is aimed at fami- lies with below average in- come which are currently in sub standard accommodations or which are paying more than 25 per cent of their monthly in- come for rent. Interviews are being set up with the people in this cate- gory who have responded to the survey. The interviews will be held in the city hall annex. Persons who have not called city hall to arrange for an in- terview can still dp so next week. The community services department, at 328-23-11, is co- ordinating the survey. Causes concern TAREfl (HNS) Failure for (he second time of Taber's hours o( closing bylaw (to stand the test of the courts) is of deep concern to town coun- cil. Two courses of action are possible to rescind the pre- sent bylaw and do a complete re-write, or to appeal the de- cision of provincial judge A. II. Elford who dismissed a charge against a local store. NOW PAYING MORE FOR AIL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL farm Industrial Anything Made of Irani COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON Truck Loadi Carloadl Truck Magnel Crano Servlca National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Street North Phone "Scrap li OUT Buslneij" TORVAL (TUBBY) JOHNSON ESTATE Farm Auction Sale GRANUM, ALTA. 4 milei north, 3'A miles oast, mile north of Granum mile south, 5 milej eost, Vi mile north of Woodhouio LUNCH SERVED WEDNESDAY, AUG. 30 -11 a.m. Having been favoured with initruelioni from exetulrix of the above dilate, we will offer for public nuclion following list of items. TERMS CASH trio dny of Ihe sale, wilh sclllBmenl In full before removal from (lie farm. TRACTORS Super 95 dicsel. wilh cab; 1-Ford Iraclor Ulilily Model F32 Ironl end looder. CLICKS ton GMC truck, box and hoislr 1952 too Mercury. COMBINE AND SWATHER Versatile 15 S.P. ivvather; Massey Harris 15' P.T.O. l.H.C. 127 S.P. combine MACHINERY 1-I.H.C. No. 100 press drill with Icrliliier attachment, (life, new) 12'i 1-Oliver No. 38 pren drill, 1-I.H.C. rod weeder 12'i 2-B and L 12' rod weeders, 1-I.H.C. No. 37 double'disc (rubber) like 1-John Deero surllcx, IT, 1-27' Moyralh groin auger, elec. Harl motor; 1-14' Noble AH3 blade 1-14 John Deere No. 600 chisel plow; 1-McCoyRcnn post pounder; 1-7' P.T.O. Mniscy Horrii trail typo mower, weed sprayerj balo elevol- or, 1-20' crazy harrow., 1-rubber lired flat deck, roller, bottom plowj 1-dump rake; 1-hammermill, stationary molor, Packers, harrows. FUEL TANKS gol. fuel lank, approx. 250