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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 VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Ldlibridgc, Alberta, Thursday, February 24, 1972 PAGES 9 TO 1C NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. LETH3RIDG6, ALBERTA Aik about Phofogray The lens thai changes with the light. Premier tells chamber Economy expansion must be encouraged HOLDING THE REINS Premier Peler Lougheed lold 500 people at ihe Lelhbridgt? Chamber of Commerce annual banquet his new admini- stration will be responsive to Ihe needs of all Albertans in Ihis lime of rapid change. He painted lo approval of a million oil sands develop- ment as a chance for llie province to invest in itself. Lcthbridge Mayor Andy Anderson presented Mr. Lougheed with gold city cuff links and chamber president Terry Bland presented a book, To Everything There Is A Reason by Medicine Hat-born photographer Roloff Beny. -Phil Faulds Pholo Arts and science may be hardesl-hil U of L financial much ivill soon affect staff By RON CAI.mVKT.L Staff Wrilor duced by about 20. Thirteen I ium. which permits students to come tmder the jurisdiction of of Ihesc posts are earmarked design their own programs. because they represent regular terminalion of conlracls. The review stales Iliat certain course offerings in rhc faculty of arts and science will he hardest hit by slaff layclfs due lo Ihc finan- cial siluation at Ihc University of Lclhbridcc. An organize t i o n a I review i m le disappearance which has been leaked lo The aL Im' Ulp Herald contains '10 reccmmen-1 rerlEin dations. .six of Inve al- rc-ady been approved by (he General Faculties Council. One of the approved recom- mendations calls for a consoli- dation of the art> and pcirncc faculty "in proportion as iL be- comes necessary for financial reasons or is deemed iuhisablc for academic reasons." The present Icacher load in the faculty is 4.2 courses per teacher, while instructors in (lie faculty of education leach an average cf G.2 courses. The ac- cepted norm is six courses per teacher. According lo minutes of re- cent Board of Guvmiurs meet-! ings, the number of le.-iching positions i.s expected la he re- "Xeilhrr faculty cuLs as such nor salary cuts arc sufficient Icng term solutions to the Arts and problem of maintaining a vi- Sciencc will have io be academic operation in the face of economic adversity, Ihc review says. The future of the library also seems certain. "All funds allocated to the filling lhcm." r-.'o slaff cuts arc expected in the faculty of education since learning Gentry the chief librarian, while the remaining portion of the media centre would become part of Eecltol its program is regarded as he- ing below adequate. In fact thc, recommendation for that department. thai "there be sufficient consoli- dation of thc university as a whole for thc faculty of cduca- harc been used w i s e 1 y. No changes recommended." However, the Instructional Media Centre is earmarked to be phased out of ils present form of operation. Part of Uic centre would Lion lo move up to a level of' merge with the library and resources constituting an adc- j quate core." Thc core is regarded as Uic absolute minimum level a( I uhich tlie university and indiv- idual can operate. The individual faculties have the printing department. The operation of the Student Affairs office may also be re- duced. Four positions would remain, including one secret ary, one nuriC and counsellors. The university bookstore will ccme under close scrutiny to determine 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 was prepared by a special 27- member committee established bv U of L President Dr. Bill The preamble to the review states that, (The Board of Gov- ernors) will make final deci- sions on many of the reconir mcndclions. "If the re commendations are accepted by lb.2 General Facul- ties Council and the Board, they are expected lo become effec- tive over a period of 18 months. "Some changes could be brought about immediately, oth- ers where appropriate Jind ode- quate notice cE termination are involved, could take 18 By GREG McJNTVIlE Slaff WriliT Alberta must he free lo cn- ocourage economic expansion within her borders, Premier Peter Lougheed told the 83rd annual banquet of the Lcl'n- bridge Chamber of Commerce Wednesday. There must be no restrictions on the chance for Alherta bas- ed industry Lo compete with large multi national corpora- tions, he said. The premier for eeasl a "storm cloud developing" over foreign ownership of the Cana- dian economy. He said the Alberta govern- ment must be free to decide for itselt 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 Rood 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 ot 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 lo ensure the Alberta view is considered Carbon monoxide killer A coroner's jury ruled today that Raymond Blackburn, III, o[ Coleville, Sask, died accident- ally from carbon monoxide poi- soning Jan. 7 in his basement suite at 1619 23rd St. S. The jwy 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 Lethhridge for the first time since his Conservative parly tame to power in August, Premier Lougiieuil received a standing ouition from per- sons when he was introduced as a potential future prime minister of Canada. Small communities in Al- berta must he strengthened, he said. "One thing in our favor is Vhc acceptance in the last few years in the metropolitan cen- tres of Edmonton and Calgary that growth for growths sake is not necessarily good.''1 The premier said small com- munities must have the oppor- tunity lo grow to take popula- tion pressure oft Ihe already- croxvdcd large cities. However, he did not explain uhat the government plans to do to help small centres, other than to say that particular pro- grams must he left lo the legi- slature which begins March 2. The premier commended ef- forts in Lethbridge that created the university here. He said lhal. in deciding which com- munities to support, (he gov- ernment will favor those that are willing Lo help themselves. I Two lop priunlk's for the ''first phase1' of the new Loug- I heed administration, he srnd, i are crippled children nnd men- ial health cart-. He pledged government sup- port (o volunteer agencies such as Ihe Canadian Mental Health Association. In a wide ranging lalk lo Ihe chamber and ;iL a ntw.s conference earlier, he: made a number of poinls: years the cabi- net will hold a public meeting in Lcthbndgc; although not a single Tory MLA was elected .south of Cal- gary, Ihc 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- ]S under study and will soon require major policy decisions by the government: upgrading of HIP 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 Airlines have filed interventions with (lie Canadian Transport j Commission on an application liy Time oC LeUibridge lo serve Grande Prairie. The argument of CP Air, Mill increase its service to Grande Prairie from seven 16 resolutions under discussion fyinn their en re and it is from (his lhal I he deci- sions be mado on which positions be lerminalrd. Tlie Colloquim Studies hrm.v... appears lo be in a secure posi-1 of 4inn ar.d science Following arc Ihc 1C recom- mendations as llicy appear in (In1 review: in proportion as it In- comes necessary for financial reasons or as is deemed ad vis- The Colloquim Similes branch aillc for reasons, the factQly 0[ arl5 be consolidated "Independent sludv is very cosily. But it is also equitably, in each deparlmcnt, from Ihe periphery, if any, in- Icss 'clearly, the basis uf most i lmvard thc corc i of, or many of, our claims to; uniqueness. IL worth striving to Uin re-' Other recommendations, have been approved, arc. Ulc ot arls :md -J view states about the coltoqu- i science thoroughly investigate j and resolve, within a purely academic framework, the qucs- four year Do you hove merchandise to consign? WE HAVE A Free Pick-Up Service 2508 2nd Ave. N. Phone 327-1222 Celebrate Your Special Occasions nl Ericksen's! and This FRIDAY and SATURDAY EVENING DIATOM) I" B to 1? p.m. No Cover Charge tiir 01 n TtiAnmoN or HorpiTAi_rrv lestaulatit PHONE 320-7756 FOK RESERVATIONS! l.ion of llircc and decree programs. the faculiy of arts and science review and improve the policy and legislation governing the functions, Ihe rcsponsibil- and thc production of de- I-iiriment chairmen. is "strongly recommend- ed" thai the faculty of arts nnd science immediately, intensely, corlimiGiisly and properly con- lf with, and dcvole it- ;jll aspects of il.s for academic ad- viscnirnl. -'Hiai t'i? univorsily imme- diately address ilself to thc uf donnin. sUuulanl-; of produciivily (Uio so called normal workload) and Ihr of effec- tive and sound fur Uic regular eval- iialion of faculty ijorformancc tlie framework of tlie prime objective. This should rc- quire reduced emphasis on community service and univor- sily administration, and maxi- mum emphasis on teaching- learning and research. own chairman and, as minimum terms of reference, take full responsibility for stud en I discipline and tribunals, and will generate policy for student Recommendations Uial affairs when necessary. I That (he cffice of student arc awards and financial aid will come fully and directly under Ihc jurisdiction and supervision uf the Controller. the presidential com- still awaiting approval include: the university address itself, by regular planning pro- cedures, and within I lie frame- ___...... i_____....... work of its philosophy and ob- j piPX consist of thc follow- jecLivcs, to some measure of expansion, diversification, growth. ART DSETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 Sill St. S. Phonn 328-4095 2nd loo small (o slay healthy as we arc at it says. Ihe Instructional Me- dia Centre cease to exist as a discrete entity in JLs present form; that all phases of Ihe present operation of the Media Centre having lo do with re- sources (or distribution Iwcomc parl of the Learning KesoniTcs Centre, under llie jurisdiction of chief librarian: and lhal all phases of Ihc present opcr- nlinn of Ihe media ccnlre hav- ing positions: Presidenl. academic v i c e- president, assistant to the presi- dent, inslilulion research offi- cer, information officer nnd five sccrc'.aries. h a t the president direct Ihc Univcrsily Services Cora- miltce to investigate thc opera- tion of the bookstore a view to reducing the subsidy as soon change is recommend- ed in the office of the repislrar. position and function of Ihc personnel officer is neces- sary for Ihe r.dimnislration cf ing lo do prodnction-ori-1 Affairs relating to a large nn.ii- cnled sarvicps (prap'nics, pho- tier ot noil academic slaff. tograpliy, TV prcduclion, movie And Ihere must lie an efficient predurtionl become part of mail-forling service, what has hithcrlo been railed llie personnel office. Ihe Printing Deparlmenl am will hereafter bo called IVoduc [ion Services. Ihc only offices lo re- main in exislenco in Sludcnl Af- fairs will be (hose of Ihc Coun- selling and Ilcallh Services, which will "f n lolal ol four positions one socrclaiy, one nurse and two counsellors; one cf the counsellois to be co-ordinator rcjiorling directly lo llie academic vice- president COSA, (lie Council on Sliidenl Affairs, will elect its COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. Data Processing Services 507 CANADA TRUST DUIIDING TELEPHONE 320-7883 including switchboard, mail ronni, post office and gen- eral office supplies consist of tlie following positions: Personnel officer, secretary, swilchhonrd operator and two clerks (mail room and office -That there be additional support for security and main- tenance services, in order to protect, maintain and sen-ice the physical plant and campus at a level closer to oplinmni than is presently possible. thc university con- jnue to support an athletics program as a part of llie core Jrogram of the university in Ihc way it docs and should continue support such things as thc university choir and cone e r I. series and the university art Jallery, as integral parls of a iniversity philosophy and of a miversity corc program neces- sary to Hie pursuit of academic excellence. the Students' Society be asked to look into and after he possibilities for intramural recreational activities. plyipg for permission to operate 17 flights weekly between Grande Prairie and Edmonlon. "AVe will review and offer comment, on Uic It is imderslood that Time has UK support of Ihc Grande Prairie cily council and chain- to 12 weekly flights starting her of commerce, and can April 30, is that Grande Prairie is being adequately serviced. PWA's point is thai if any oilier airline should be given permis- sion lo serve Grande Prairie, PWA should have Ihe priority. Time Airways has 10 days, starling today, to review and offer comment on the two inter- ventions, and any others filed hefore the deadline of midnight today. Richard Barton, Time vice- president, said his airline is ap- count on tho support of Pre- mier Petei' Lougheed. Miio was in Lelhbriucc Wednesday. Mr. Barton said he did not discuss the interventions with the premier Wedncsdav. How- ever, the provincial department of industry and commerce sent a letter to Oltawa earlier this month urging lhat Time IM al- lowed lo improve air service to Grande Prairie. TEACHERS There are 239 people in ser- ice, teaching and ndministra- ive positions si the Lelhbridgc rommunily College: of the are permanent while 170 re sessional. Jenkins pleas 'not guilty' CT J Stanley Alexander Jenkins, 33, formerly of Edmonton, pleaded not guilty in bridge magistrate's court Wednesday to a charge of ab- duclion 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 set for March 9. PLANT NOW for Spring Beauty! BEGONIA CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 EACH FRACHE'S FLOWER SHOP 322 6lh 51. S. Phone 327-5747 NEW and USED ORGANS MUSICLAND WE TAKE GRAINI 2 ONLY GREAT DAYS LEFT COLOR PORTRAIT SPECIAL 0 Plui 50c Handling ALL THIS WEEK Reg Cross Is Back Thnt'j Whal It's All Aboul A. E. CROSS STUDIO Open Thuridny 328-0111 Phonoi 328-022J Unlil 9 p.m. 8-TRACK STEREO TAPES Featuring "THE BEATLES" MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND LET IT BE REVOLVER BEATLES '6S 'Tape of Ihc Week" from CAPITOL "THE BEATLES 4 t Only If Spctlnl TAPE EXCHANGE 8 Trotk Only. (With cxthnngo of your old lapc) Cor. 3rd Avc. ond 13th Si. 5. Phono 327-1056 ;