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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta .--Monday, 1m, li, 1970 THE tETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 Discriminjation Charge Levied Lots Of Uses For Laser Beams "People take Hie laser seri-1 ate and undergraduate years, ously they're afraid of it." I The js CALGARY (CP) The by fees charged to adult berta government is showing students, discrimination against, A. W. Anderson, administrative officer for Uie Worth commis- sion on 'educational planning, said here. After Uie commission was told that adults taking a c a d e m i c courses receive much lower tui- tion grants than public school Mr. DcsChamps s a i d adult enr. Anderson said he id appalled. fa. ease ot tlii- j itonal education is recognized in the school act "but we just don't seem to be getting the atten- tion we deserve." "We can't equate the Financ- ing given to university students in Alberta with Hie lack of it for taxpaying adults." TOIUJNTO id') Laser beams could have uses ranging from carpentry tools to an I A physicist at Stanford Uni- eraser, Dr. Arthur U Schawlow. j vcrsity in California, Dr. Sciiaw- co-inveiifor of the laser said i low received an honorary docto- here. He told a ress conference: vice like a neon tube rate from the University of To-irors at each end. ronto where he spent, his gradu-! Tlic Industrial Production Index Rises pro- fe "it's an obvious ease ot tlii- j itonal and crimination.' grams in the adult training sys- A brief submitted by Alia n provided by Edmonton and DesChamps, director of the Cal- j Calgary School' Boards. gary Public School Board adult! "it is dill'icult io equate this education division, said an adult taking sis academic subjects under school-board adult cduea- elasses gets situation with grants being vidcd to municipal governments for recreation programs, staff, facilities and leadership devel- tion classes gets SW.4U grants a year compared with i opment. about 5SIX) provided for a regu-, addition the province lias lar sctool student OTTAWA (CJ'l ".'he Domin- ion llureau of Statistics in- dustrial production index rose lu 172.U in April from 171.'I iji March, largely because of in- creased manufacturing activity, the bureau reported here. The gain of 1.5 index points w nine-tenths of one per cent. bow- ever. was considerably less than the sharp drop that latest fig- ures show in the index between March and February's 175.1. Tile index is based on HK1I in- lie has eloped a laser eraser that fits into the palm of the band and erases typewriter marks without affecting the paper. He also said a London tailor scientist said is experimenting with the laser j to cut and bind cloth and car- pcnlcrs could use it tor cutting i and drilling. j He compared [he hazards of the laser to ttiosc of n toaster, dustrial output equalling too. manufacturing was back in pul your finger into a and measures abeut a third of April to the level i! j toaster, yon get burned." he total production ill Canada. reached in February alter dip- i said. "We learn to live with haz- DBS said there was a further j ping to 152.11 in March. 'ards it we understand them." decline in the output of mines and milling, quarries and oil wells. The index for April was 1C5.0 compared with 169.8 for March ami for February. Manufacturing output, was up in both durable and non-durable goods. The durable goods index rose to from in March but was still below Feb- The difference was hi Canadians Prefer U.S. TV Shows TORONTO (CP) prefer to watch United States I television programs instead oil Canadian-produced s h o w s. j Douglas Leitherman. a former i CBC producer, said here. Mr. Leitlierman, who several years ago produced the public affairs program This Hour Has Seven Days, was speaking dur- ing a panel discussion on the fu-1 tui'e of Canadian television. "There just is not sufficient! revenue in Canada to producei good said Mr. Lei- j terman, now working in New j York. He said since the U.S. has 10 limes the population of Canada, j there are far greater financialj resources to produce programs, i "Unfortunately, a StO.OOO pro- i gram here is not as good as a i American program." I BURKE WAS MODERATOR i Other panelists discussing the j future of Canadian TV included: Sydney Newman and John Hylton, bom of the Canadian .Radio-Television Commission: Norn Garriock, CBC director of television; Richard Lewis, edi- tor and publisher of Broad- caster; Dennis Braithwaite, a Telegram columnist; and televi- sion personality Pierre Bertori. Stanley Burke, former CBC an- nouncer, was the moderator. Sir'. Lewis suggested that (lie CBC turn over to private broad- casters tlie 11 television stations it owns and operates across Canada. He said the CBC could then concentrate on just produc- ing programs for distribution to private broadcasters. been planning expensive voca- tional training centres in Ed- monlon and Calgary without; discussions or attempts to co- ordinate facilities and pro- grams with existing agencies." Mr. DesChamps called for a body to "bring about a well-or- ganized, integrated and effi- cient continuing education pro- gram for Alberta." Three Top Sam McDowell of the Cleve- land Indians. Mickey Lolidi of the Detroit Tiger's and And; Messersmith of the California Angels were the three lop strikeout pitchers in the Ameri- can League last, season. 922 5th AVENUE NORTH AND ARE PREPARED TO OFFER YOU THE FINEST IN HERE ARE RECENT W of a Portable Radio. 24. MRS. DIANE WALL Box 1163 Tciber You may be a winner too! See contest details at participating dealers in the area served by PURITY BOTTLING (1967) LTD. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Authorized Bottler of Coca-Cola under Contract with Coca-Cola Ltd. It must be Pontiac's advanced stylin outstanding performance and big-car comfort that make people think it's expensive. It certainly isn't the price. Size up the the deals. At your Pontiac dealer's. Today. Resignation Of Hickel Speculated NEW YORK (AP) The Times says there is speculation that Interior Secretary Walter J. Hickel soon resign or be dismissed from his cabinet post in view of faltering relations j with President N'ixon. Quoting unnamed Capitol Hill sources, the newspaper says Hickel's successor may be Fred J. Russell, named undersecre-i tary of the ulterior by NLxon i last March to succeed Russell E. Train. Train was appointed chair- man of the new Council on En- vironmental Quality. Tlse latest breach between Nixon and Hickel. the news- j paper occurred lastj Thursday when Nickel was re-1 ported to have been told by the White House not to attend a press briefing Dn proposed legislation to cancel 20 federal oil leases in the Santa Barbara canal. Hickel did not appear, al- though bis department had pre- pared a press release on the bill. The Times says the release was withheld, with Hickel re- ported "deeply hurt and an- gered" at the While House order. The Times added that. Ilickel hits met privately with the pres- i ident oniy once since May 6, I when he sent a controversial letter to Aixon suggesting that the administration wa.s not .suffi- ciently concerned with the atti- tude of young people. AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER IN IETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-5705 ENERSON MOTORS LTD. SI7 4th AVE. SOUTH IETHBRIDGE, AITA. Lethbridge Community College Fall Semester Programs Commence AUGUST 26 1970 IN THE SCHOOtS OF AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION t TECHNICAt VOCATIONAL BUSINESS EDUCATION EDUCATION CONTINUING EDUCATION NURSING EDUCATION LIBERAL EDUCATION FOR INFORMATION AND APPLICATION FORMS CONTACT THE DIRECTOR OF THE SCHOOl IN WHICH YOU ARt INTERESTED PHONE 327-2M1 ;