Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thundoy, Jung I, 1972 THS U1HWIDOI HIRALD _ 9 Provincial park considered at proposed university site EDMONTON (CP) A provincial park is being considered for the land that had been set aside tor the pro- posed million Athabasca University. Advanced Education Minis- ter Jim Foster told the Legis- Peace River wilderness idea snubbed GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) The president of a conservation group charged here that the Al- berta government has shown "total disregard" for the peo- ple of Peace River country. Boll Ncufcld, president o Wild Kakwa, said no regard for the area was shown :n the gov eiirmenl's announcement o new wilderness areas for the province. None of them were situated in Peace River coua try. The group will continue fight ing for establishment of thr Kakwa Falls area, 90 mile southwest of Grande Prairie.K as a wtldernes area, he said. The organization said it ha sent a brief to Environmen Minister Bill Yurko but has no received a reply. aturo that planning for the Diversity has been "suspend- indefinitely" although the ovcrnmeiit is working to de- clop a pilot project for a new- tyle university. Planning for Athabasca Uni- crsity, which would have been Alberta's fourth university, vas started in 1970 by the for- mer Social Credit government ut high costs and falling en- olment In post-secondary edu- ation stalled the project. ,000 ACRE SITE Athabasca University h a (j xjcti scheduled to open in 1973 on a site at St. Al- bert, just north of Edmonton. Mr. Foster said in an inter- view today he now believes the site would make an excellent iark. Ernie Jamieson, progressive conservative member of the .egislature for St. Albert, said ic has already started work on jie provincial park plan. Hi. said he believes he will have the necessary support from the cabinet and parly caucus. Mr. Foster said the govern ment has not abandoned the idea of a fourth university But when a fourth university i to be 10 year from new decision be made on its site, he said. The government, mean while, is studying the possibi lity of a pilot project involvin 50 students in temporary q.uar- ers. The quarters would serve an "instructional resource entre for independent learn- he said. 2 remanded on bogus money count MORRIS. Man. (CP) Two 'oung Americans charged with 1 ittcmpting to bring counterfeit money into Canada were re- manded today for one week so hat one of the pair may ob- .ain Manitoba legal aid. Magistrate Robert E. Trudel ordered the remand to June 7 when 19-year-old Rockcy James Zitzow asked that his brother act as his attorney. The magistrate noted the of- fence carries a maximum sen- tence of H years and urged that Zilzow get counsel from Manitoba's free legal aid ser- pice. Zitzow is charged jointly with William Elton Gray, 19, who was represented by a lawyer. 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