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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Students face problem WASHINGTON (CP) Foreign students at American universities who had hoped to take summer jobs in the United States this year will probably have more trouble getting special permission because of changed immigration service procedures, a specialist said Tuesday Hugh Jenkins, executive vice- president of the National Association of Foreign Student Affairs, said in an interview that foreign students and their advisers at universities across the country have been sending protests to the U S Immigration and Naturalization Service How severely the problem affects Canadian students in the United States is uncertain One survey puts the Canadian student population in this country at out of a total of foreign students, the third largest foreign contingent after India and Hong Kong But Canadian consular officials here and in New York said they know of no complaints from Canadian students about the situation Foreign student advisers at three universities in the Washington American and George reported that their students had not encountered any particular difficulty getting per- mission to take summer jobs this year But one adviser said he understands the problem is more severe in other university cities, where unemployment is higher and local labor officials may exert pressure on immigration officers to discourage foreign students from entering the job market In previous years, the immigration service delegated to the university advisers the right to issue work permits to foreign students This year, the service will handle the job itself Jenkins said the mam problems are that the service notification came late in the school year, that the immigration service will be too busy to process applications quickly, and that some immigration officers won't accept that "certain conditions would justify summer employment' A foreign student seeking summer work has always been required to prove that his financial circumstances have changed dramatically since he arrived in the U S requiring him to find work so he can continue his studies Conflict orders issued QUEBEC (CP) Premier Robert Bourassa Tuesday an- nounced directives that will require him and members of his cabinet and their immediate families to divulge their financial and land holdings They will also forbid with a number of exceptions private com panics in which ministers hold shares to deal with government departments Under the directives, Quebec cabinet ministers are to submit each Aug 1 a list of their land holdings holdings in private companies which could deal with the government or its agencies names of creditors to whom the minister owes more than 000 on an unguaranteed loan and any non-incorporated company owned or partly- owned by the minister which could deal with the government The directives and the reports of financial status are also to apply to the minister's wife and children who are minors 'We are going further than most Canadian provinces by forbidding dealings with government departments and allowing dealings with government agencies only when the minister s shares amount to five per cent or less of the shares or the deal is worth five per cent or less of the company's annual sales Mr Bourassa said in an interview The directives are based on a report from a committee headed by Fernand Lalonde, minister without portfolio, on conflict of interest rules in Quebec Mr Bourassa announced the existence of the committee and promised a report earlier this vear under constant pressure from the opposition Parti Quebecois about dealings between the government and companies controlled by the Simard fam- ily including Tourism Minister Claude Simard, Mr Bourassa s brother-in-law, and the premier's wife SWING and SLIDE SPECIALS Limited Quantities Thursday, Friday and Saturday June 13, 14 and 15 only. 17" Lawn Swing GYM SET 11 Air Glide-2 Swings Set GYM SET 2 Swings (Plastic Seats) 1 Glider Set GYM SET Glide Ride Trapeze Swing 2 Swings Set SLIDE Freestanding Each Zellers County Fair Located in Zellers Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive. 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