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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta IT'S NOT TOO LATE for a Hawaiian Vacation For information and bookings call ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VIUAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Letlttnidcjc Herald SECOND SECTION Lcihbridge, Alberta, Thursday, February 24, 1972 PAGES 9 TO 1G NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. LETH3RIDGE, AlBERTA Ask about Phologray The lens thai changes wilh the lighl. Premier tells chamber Economy expansion must be encouraged HOLDING THE REINS Premier Peter Lougheed told 500 people at Andy Anderson presented Mr. Lougheed with gold city cuff links and the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce annual banquet his new admini- chamber president Terry Bland presented a book, To Everything There stration will be responsive to the needs of all Albertans in this time of Is A Reason by Medicine Hat-born photographer Roloff Beny. rapid change. He pointed to approval of a million oil sands develop- Foulds Photo ment as a chance for the province to invest in itself. Lethbridge Mayor Arts find science may be hardest-Mi U of L financial much ivill soon affect staff By RON CAI.DWKU, duced by about 20. Thirteen him. which permits students to Staff Writer of these posts are earmarked design their own programs. i because they represent regular ''Neither faculty cuts as such termination of contracts. nor salary cuts are sufficient The review stales that certain i Icng term solutions to the course offerings in Arts and problem of maintaining a vi- Scicnce will have to be reduced.; "Me academic operation in thc resulting "in the disappearance. facc of economic f acuity of arts and j termination 'of contracts, science will be IiarGcst hit by staff layoffs due lo the finan- cial situation iit (ho University of Leihhridgc. An organiza t i o n a 1 review which has been leaked to The Herald contains -10 recommen- dations, six of have al- ready been approved by the General Faculties Council. One of the approved recom- mendations calls for a consoli- dation of the arts and science faculty "in proportion as it be- comes reasons or is deemed advisable at least for the lime being, of I the review says, certain positions and the people The future of the library also filling them." seems certain. No slaff cuts are expected in "AH funds allocated to the the faculty of education since I Learning Resources Centre come under the jurisdiction of the chief librarian, while the ________ remaining portion of the media by" centre would become part of j Beckel. was prepared by a special 27- member committee established its program is regarded as be- below adequate. In fact the. recommendation for that department suggcs's necessary for financial I lhat "tncre be sufficient consoli- da have been used w i s e 1 y. No changes recommended." However, the Instructional Media Centre is earmarked to ________.............. be phased out of its present dation of the university as a j form of operation. for academic reasons.' The present teacher load in the faculty is 4.2 courses per teacher, while instructors in the faculty of education teach an average of 6.2 courses. The ac- cepted norm is six courses per teacher. According to minutes of re- cent Board of Governors meet- i ings, the number of leaching positions i.s expected lo tie re- whoic for the faculty of educa-i Part of the centre would tion to move up to a level of' merge with the library and resources constituting an ade- j quate core." The core is regarded as the absolute minimum level at which the university and indiv- idual departments can operate. The individual faculties have been handed the ia.sk identi- fying their core programs, and it is from this that, the deci- sions will lie made on which positions will be lenninntod. the printing department. The operation of the Student Affairs office may also be re- duced. Four positions would remain, including one secretary, one nurse and counsellors. The university bookstore will cc.me under close scrutiny to determine how soon its subsidy can be reduced. No changes are recommend- ed in the operation of the com- puting centre and the physical plant. The organizational review Tlie preamble to the review states that. (The Board of Gov- ernors) will make final deci- sions on many of the recom- mendations. ''If the recommendations are accepted by tha General Facul- ties Council and the Board, they are expected to become effec- tive over a period of 18 months. "Some changes could be brought about immediately, oth- ers where appropriate and ade- quate notice of termination are involved, months." could take 18 By GREG MclNTVIlE Staff Writer Alberta must be free to en- ocourage economic expansion within her borders, Premier Peter Lougheed tola the 83rd annual banquet of the Leth- bridge Chamber of Commerce Wednesday. There must be no restrictions on the chance for Alberta bas- ed industry to compete with large multi national corpora- tions, he said. The premier for ecast "storm cloud developing" over foreign ownership of the Cana- dian economy. He said the Alberta govern- ment must be free to decide for itself whether to allow foreign investment. "Our administration wants to look at investment from all over the he said, "be- cause in the past most of these investors have been good cor- porate citizens." This was an obvious hands- off warning to Ottawa. The federal government Is believed considering a screen- ing agency as recommended in the Gray Report, a study of foreign ownership prepared for the federal cabinet by Herb Gray, minister of revenue. Alberta should have an of- fice in Washington to represent natural resources and repre- sentation in Ottawa to ensure the Alberta view is considered Carbon monoxide killer A coroner's jury ruled today that Raymond Blackburn, of Coleville, Sask, died accident- ally from carbon monoxide poi- soning Jan. 7 in his basement suite at 1619 23rd St. S. The jury decided a faulty door on the home's boiler and clogged flue passages in its heating system were at fault. in matters such as transporta- tion, the premier said. In Lethbridge for the first time since his Conservative parly came to power in August, Premier Lougheud received a standing ovation from per- sons when lie was introduced as a potential future prime minister of Canada. Small communities in Al- berta must be strengthened, lie said. "One thing in our Favor is the acceptance in t he last few years in tiie metropolitan cen- tres of Edmonton and Calgary that growth for growths sake is not necessarily good." The premier said small com- munities must have the oppor- tunity to grow to take popula- tion pressure off the aJready- crowded large cities. However, lie did not explain what the government plans to do to help small centres, other than to say that particular pro- grams must be left to the legi- slature which begins March 2. The premier commended ef- forts in Letbbridge that created the university here. He said that in deciding which com- munities to support, (be gov- ernment will favor those that are willing to help themselves. Two lop priorities for the j "first phase1' of the new Loug- I heed administration, he said, j arc crippled children and men- tal health care. He pledged government sup- port to volunteer agencies such as tlie Canadian Mental Health Association. In a wide ranging talk to the chamber and ;it a news conference earlier, he made a number of points: within two years the cabi- net will hold a public meeting in Lethbridge; although not a single Tory MLA was elected south of Cal- gary, the government will be open to all views; the economy of the prov- ince must be diversified away from its current heavy reliance on agriculture and the petro- leum industry; Alberta dons not. want to be limited by the concept of "one Prairie water supply, a key re- is under study ant! will soon require major policy decisions by the government: upgrading of the Southern Trans Canada Highway is needed, but must be consider- ed within an over all program of highway improvement. CP Air, PWA file protests over Time Airways plans CP Air and Pacific Western j Airlines have filed interventions I with the Canadian Transport plying for permission to operate 17 flights weekly between Grande Prairie and Edmonton. 16 resolutions under discussion Following are thc 1C recom- mendations as they appear in tin1 organizational review: in proportion as it be- comes necessary for financial reasons or as is deemed advis- Thc Colioquini Studies branch ablc for academic reasons, the appears lo be in a secure posi- j of orts and science be consolidated "'ART STUDIO ON PIFTM ARTISTIC PICTURE ARTISTS' w -j ART GAilERV S AVE J.ETHBRIDCE-AITA Open Wcekdavs 9 lo Do you have merchandise to consign? WE HAVE A Free Pick-Up Service Celebrate Your Special Occasions at Ericksen's! and mimm This FRIDAY and SATURDAY EVENING DIAMOND P 8 to 12 p.m. No Cover Charge fM -mr 01 n TrunmnN or wtsrrrnH HOSPITALITY "Independent sludv is very equitably, in each department, -jstlv But it is also and no i '1'om "K> periphery, if any, in- less 'clearly, the basis' of most i words tmvard thc eorc- of, or many of, our claims to Other recommendations, uniqueness. U i.s there f.o r c wmch havc bcen approved, arc: worth striving to the re-' -'Inat thc facllUJ' of arts and view states about the colloqu- j scicnco thoroughly investigate ----------------------------------------land rcsoivc, within a purely academic framework, the ques- tion of three and four year degree programs. the faculty of arts and science review and improve tlie policy and legislation governing tlie functions, the responsibit ilics and the production of de- j.ariment chairmen. is "strongly recommend- ed" that the faculty of arts and science immediately, intensely, cor.tinuously and properly con com itself with, and devote it- self to. aspects of its sponsibility for academic ad- visement. fie university imme- diately address itself to the problem of defining quantitative standards of productivity (the called normal workload) and the development of effec- tive and academically sound ppvcdiirrs for thc regular eval- 2508 2nrl Ave. N. Phone 327-1222 witliin tlie framework of tlie prime objective. This should re- quire reduced emphasis on community service and univer- sity administration, and maxi- mum emphasis en teaching- learning and research. Recommendations that arc still awaiting approval include: the university address itself, by regular planning pro- cedures, and within tlie frame- work of its philosophy and ob- jectives, to some measure of expansion, diversification, 2nd growth. "We are simply too small to stay healthy as we arc it it says. own chairman and, as minimum terms of reference, will take full responsibility for student discipline and tribunals, and will generate policy for student affairs when necessary. I flic cffice of student awards and financial aid come fully and directly under the jurisdiction and supervision of the Controller. the presidential com- plex shall consist of the follow- ing positions: President, academic v i c e- president, assistant to the presi- dent, institution research offi- cer, information officer and five jjamuy PHONE 328-7756 FOR RESERVATIONS! nation of faculty performance ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5th SI. S. Phono 328-4095 the Instructional Me- secretaries, dia Centre cease to exist as a the president direct University Services Corn- discrete entity in its present form; that all phases of the present operation of the Media Centre having to do with re- sources for distribution become the mittce lo investigate the opera- tion of tlie bookstore with a view to reducing the subsidy as soon part of the change is recommend Centre, under the jurisdiction of the chief librarian; and that all phases of thc present oper- ation of (lie media centre hav- ccl in the office of the registrar. position and function of the personnel officer is neces- sary for tiie cclministration of ing to do wilh produdion-ori- j nffajrs mating to a large num- cnted services (graphics, pho-' tography, TV production, movie production! become part of what has hitherto bcen called tlie Printing Department and will hereafter be called Produc- tion Services. the only offices lo re- main in existence in Student Af- fairs will be (hose of the Coun- selling and Health Services, which will consist of a total of four positions one secretary, one nurse and two counsellors; one cf the tu-o counsellors io he coordinator reporting directly to the academic vice- president. -That COSA, the Council on i Student Affairs, will elect its ber of non academic staff. And there must be an efficient mail-sorting service. the personnel office. including switchboard, m a i 1 room, sub post office and gen- eral office supplies consist of the following positions; Personnel officer, secretary, switchboard operator and two clerks (mail room and office supphe there be additional support for security and main- tenance services, in order to protect, maintain and service the physical plant and campus at a level closer to optimum than is presently possible. thc university con- tinue to support an athletics program as a part of the core program of tlie university in the way it does and should continue to support such things as the university choir and cone e r I series and the university art gallery, as integral parts of a university philosophy and of a university core program neces- sary to the pursuit of academic excellence. thc Students' Society be asked to look into and after the possibilities for intramural recreational activities. Commission on an application will review ami offer by Time Airways of Lethbridge to serve Grande Prairie. The argument of CP Air, which will increase its service to Grande Prairie from seven comment on the he said. It is imderstood that Time has the support of thc Grande Prairie city council and chain- to 12 weekly frights starting ber of commerce, and can April 30, is that Grande Prairie is being adequately serviced. PWA's point is that if any other airline should be given permis- sion to serve Grande Prairie, PWA should have the priority. Time Airways has 10 days, starting today, to review and offer comment on the two inter- ventions, and any others filed before the deadline of midnight today. Richard Barton, Time vice- president, said his airline is ap- count on the support of Pre- mier Peter Lougheed. who was in Lethbriuge Wednesday. Mr. Barton said he did not discuss the interventions with the premier Wednesday. How- ever, the provincial department of industry and commerce sent a letter to Ottawa earlier this month urging (hat Time be al- lowed to improve air service to Grande Prairie. Jenkins pleas 'not TEACHERS There are 239 people in ser- vice, teaching and administra- tive positions at the Lethbridge Community College; US of the posts are permanent while 170 arc sessional. guilty' PLANT NOW for Spring Beauty! Stanley Alexander Jenkins, 33, formerly of Edmonton, pleaded not guilty in Leth- bridge magistrate's court Wednesday to a charge of ab- duction. The charge resulted from the Nov. 2 disappearance of his five-year-old son Kevin from a local school ground. A preliminary hearing for the case was sot for March 9. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. ____PHONE 327-2822 EACH FRACHE'S FLOWER SHOP 322 6th St. S. Phone 327-5747 NEW and USED ORGANS MUSICLAND WE TAKE GRAINI COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. 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