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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ______ lliurtiloy, Dncnmlii'i SI, ._ lilt MtBAU? 17 University in trouble School newl ,s J KDMONTON (CP> S88 million grant for province that's none 'Cpi Fums1 Sixty children v.ith biii il costs .'tl.I-'W silies throughout North would be an do'pmite-lv needed to kcc J Problems earned by hrain child ai- crisis and the University of Alberta may be in the per cent over Ihe presc'iit fiscal year which ends factor in the future of Canadian universities is thai and lining develop-' Mrs. Unger said in ;m liiei'.'ipy. Tho school is invncd hv llic in 1971 D. G. Tvndall, provincial in operation director anr view that the school 'Uiiriiiij'c ;ni'l (jfjinijn" Oi'vr L vice president for I' of As operating for financing higher Kvokn I'ngcr sair a grant of Sltfn for Assofn.'iiion of Kdmorv and administration, for 1970-71 is million with an expected S3 to at the end of Ihe child from Ihf n proup prinw- 1 Tyndall said Prime UK: scluml. im ftf that if a current report that the provincial government will supply only million in operating funds for Alberta's three universities in the coming fiscal year is true "we're in trouble.'1 He said the University of Alberta's share could mean virtual elimination of salary increases. "It's going to be very tight next Tyndall said the deficit will wipe out the university's W.-i million operating surplus. About per cent of the university's income conies from the provincial government. Dr. Tyndall said the province recovers about three-fifths of its contribution because Ihe federal government reimburses it for iiO per cent of the actual operating costs of the universities Trudeau lias indicated he is not happy with the way the agreement has worked and indications are that the federal government is not ready to support higher education as it has in the past. The Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada has urged that the agreement be extended for two years while a study is made of the role of the federal 'government in disease cure seen 01IICACO Micnicr) A team inonoinirlco'-is. ii of medical researchers report-! Dr. Spriiuior. a here a major development i p r o f c s s o r tit inim.-liiniiiix toward liie prodncMon of a vac- i said: fine against infections nionon i- "V.'c feel Iliai Ihcre is a pos.-i-clDtisis. often called the kissing jilily Ihat findiiiKs may disease. i open the door for devolopmen! The researchers from North- of a vaccine enow "The ;m: ci'iist.inily searching for of raising funds but for lor-rific amount of effort they put into ihcir projects ihoy rt-cvivc I i f i 1 c." oporatinR costs continue to j.'rov.1 ns l.hf> mini her of childrrn M-comrno-dated increases. Tlic school is in ifs sovcnth higher t'nivcrsiiv the an- i mononucloosis. and Ihere on f h o and fnr i h c Advance- mpni nf ihat fhtirdi buildiiic. (CP) before. tiot including a protein from Hie for low-cost housing j and provincial expenditures servicing. The number of Ijlcod cells of sheep that: may provide immunity from for education and increased to inio chickens lyinci ,m rap.tol ynu prt a jp Vv er institutions pushed construe-; Jtion starts to near-record levels during J970. value of nil accommodation starts was million short of the level of for the city police department, has been the production of a chemical immunity that is identical to Ihe same kind of Your least! The city issued permits for buildings worth because of less apartment appointment is effective Jan that humans get after recovering from a bout O You juu MLH n conlract rrm rea-jlor monthly pcy the year, Si government replaces Deputy Ciiief NOW ABOUT LEASING short of the record set in accounted for more than 25 per cent of all permits with million compared with SI7 who is retiring. Mr. Cook.son has served in all phases of police work in QUALITY DENTURE i CLINIC Ltd. t Emphasis on cheaper accom- moflat.ions pushed the average the previous year. Office and industrial during his 39-year EDDY DIETRICH I I Certified Dental Mechanic pw x single-family made up the of Art Cuokson, Copilot Furniture Bldg. Avenue and 8tli Phone 327-3 1 47 down to from Slii.MO the of the police at PHONE 328-7684 osall _ .._Tm___m THAT'S IT FOR ANOTHER YEAR It'j ihe old man s himself a I the end of another perfect day. De'iveriei j were right on and was less pollution In ihs chimneys this year. So, his work done, Santa Clam putl up his feet and snoozei ot the North Pole, A well da- rest for a job well Slat's Irani up in piclnre HOLLYWOOD (AD For Civil War background, Buck Hie firsl time in their careers, and the Preachar has Poifcier as riii...oi iioiij ijein- ijuck, a urnon cavain- n el slaves who PIan lo homestead in Glockm'an for Columbia Pic- the W e s t. Belafonte plays a tin'es. j preacher M-ho reluciantiy gcis Set against a post-American i involved with .Buck. to One and All From These North Lethbridge Business Leaders -SEARS NOTICE to CATALOGUE CUSTOMERS OUR DOWNTOWN PREMISES IN THE PROFESSIONAL BLDG. WILL BE CLOSED AS OF DEC. 31st Catalogue orders can be picked up at the Centre Village Store Please Call 328-6611 Monager JACK'S RADIO i TV 5A.LES SERVICE Bob Deimuth Co-Owrver Alt HARDWARE Eva Deimuth Co-Owner B 4 E HARDWARE George Sam Sakumoto "Blondie" Mihalik SAKUMOTO CENTRE VILLAGE I6A CONFEECTIONERY S GIFTS John Ov.iner GERGELY'S GLASS Frank Otrhalek i WESTMINSTER DRUGS George Takeyqsu Manager ACME TELEVISION NORTH STORE Frank Manager NORTH LETHBRIDGE HOYT'S Dan Murphy Appliance Manager NORTH LETHBRIDGE HOYT'S Sandy Welsh Shop Manager NORTH LETHBRIDGE HOYT'S Gordon Heynen CHINOOK OFFICE A1ACHINES Francis Higa Manager HIGA'S JEWELLERY MEN'S WEAR Tom Higa HIGA'S MEN'S WEAR Louene Prince BAKERS FABRIC CENTRE LaMar Prince BAKER'S FABRIC CENTRE Brian Roelofs NORTH IETHBRIDGE MO-TIRES Henry Roelofs NORTH LETHtlRIDGE MO-TIRES ;