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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Book your Charter Flight to Britain now Several departure date: available Ntw Low ifltei (Subjict to Government Approval) ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONC 32C-3201 The LetHbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Saturday, March 3, 1973 PAGES 17 TO 28 LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE ITD. lower 7rh Street Shopping Mall Lelhbrldge, Alberta Phone (403) 328-7411 ADDING MACHINES Can. wheat board refuses U.S. wheat A close look When most of his friends and relatives would have dived down their photographer Rick Ervin. With gophers out sunning themselves, can holes in terror, this character couldn't get a close enough look at Herald robins and green grass be far behind? Autonomy assured by gov't University senates safe By GHEG McINTYRE Herald Legislative Bureau Education Minister Jim Foster strongly denied in the legisla- ture Friday that the govern- ment plans to "take over" uni- versities, colleges or vocation- al schools or that senates at Alberta's three universities will be abolished. Jim Henderson, leader of the Social Credit opposition, charg- ed that "serious concern" for academic freedom and the au- thority of boards of governors surrounds a reorganization of the department of advanced ed- ucation currently in progress. The colleges and universities commissions are to be abolish- ed in April as part of that re- organization. Mr. Foster said the depart- ment of advanced education will take over most of the func- tions ot the commissions. However, he stressed that there is no intention to in any way destroy the authority of the MARCH SPECIAL ROSE BOWL AND CYB1DIUM ORCHID boards of governors that'run the universities, community col- leges and vocational schools. He raid "we want to assure the role and authority of boards of governors, but more than that, we want to strengthen and improve that role." He added I am going to prepare a formal statement for boards of governors to clarify what may be remaining a small misunderstanding Mr. Foster denied an accusa- tion by Mr. Heralerson that the reorganization is "centralizing" power under the department. The minister declared "that Is entirely and absolutely correct. We are attempting to involve the institutions them- selves and more members of the public into the decision- making process in advanced ed- ucation than was previously the case." The department of advancec education was created by the new Conservative government last year. It is responsible for the three universities, six com munily instilutes of technology at Calgary and Ed monton and the agricultural vo- cational colleges in Alberta. The government was plan ning to abolish the colleges and universities commissions even before a recommendation to do so was made in the Worth Re- port last year, Mr. Foster said The Worth Report which fore casts future trends in education n Alberta also recommended he abolition of university sen- ates. Bob Clark, former socred education minister, asked "if t's still the government's in- ention to remove the senates of the University of Alberta, Che University of Calgary and the University of Lethbridge and if there has been con- sultation with the students at he universities." Mr. Foster replied "I'm ab- solutely astounded, I really am I have no idea where the member got the im- pression that this government was committed to abolishing the senates of universities. Cer- tainly I have never made that statement." The admitted the elimination of senates at uni vcrsities in Alberta is a "major recommendation" in the Worth Report, but added "I persorr ally feel that the senates are an extremely useful forum in the university community anc essential to the functioning of a university." Mr. Foster said he will havy Treaty 7 for expenses incurred during the year of ne- ;otiations. Stemming from a 95-year-old :reaty agreement, the payment was made after more than year of negotiations. The Indians of the Blood and Peigan tribes near Leth- bridge and the Blackfoot, Stonoy and Sarcee tribes near Calgary had demanded for the pay which would have been spent on ammunition since the signing of the treaty. They also calculated the amount of in- terest which would have ac- crued. Mr. Mills said a meeting will he held this month, likely at Calgary, cl all band councils involved in Treaty 7 to decide how the payment will be dis- tributed. Of the total of residents, there are Indi- ans on the Blood and Peigan Reserves. Mr. Mills said the agreemen was more significant than the amount of money to be paid to the Indians. He said other treaty claims will now be pur sued for payment. By RIC SWI1IART Herald Staff Writer No authorization will be given by the Canadian wheat board to allow the use of U.S. wheat to fill export commit- ments, according to G. N. Vo- gel, chief commissioner of the CWB. Responding to advertise- ments and press releases circu- lating throughout Montana 'claiming U.S. wheat will be sold to the wheat board to fill ex port sales, Mr. Vogel told The Herald in a telephone interview Friday from Winnipeg, Canada has adequate supplies to fill all export sales commitments. He said he has alerted all customs agents' that no U.S. grains may enter Canada with- out the permission of the wheat board, the selling agency for the nation's grain farmers. The press releases and ad- vertisements appearing in sev- eral U.S. weekly and daily newspapers are being sponsor- ed by a group of Montana farm- ers, heac-Sd by Chester Jucl of Scobey, Montana, 120 miles south of Regina. Mr! Juel told The Herald in a telephone interview Wednesday lie idea to sell U.S. wheat to he wheat board was prompted >y reports of low stocks of Ca- nadian grain. Mr. Juel also farms just in- side Canada and he claims he lasn't any wheat on hand from lis Canadian farming venture. Mr. Juel said farmers from as far west as Conrad, Mont., wheat, about 23 cents per bush- el higher than the U.S. export price. There is a handling charge of 39 cents per bushel charged to the Canadian farmer, said Mr. Juel. "We want per bushel for all the wheat we can sell to the wheat board in Canada. "This will allow the farmers In Montana to realize 60 cents a bushel more for their grain and at the same time allow the wheat board in Canada to pour on extra 40 cents per bushel into the pockets of Canadian farmers." Mr. Juel said U.S. farmers would supply what ever stocks oi wheat Canada would take, over and above the available stocks in Canada. Brian SommerviUe, public re- lations officer for Uie Alberta Wheat Pool, said oats is the only grain Canada could be short of. He said there appears to be adequate stocks of wheat. Mr. Sommenille said there would be a real uproar if Cana- dian farmers, thought U.S. fanners were being paid per bushel by the wheat board. The initial payment for wheat graded No. 1 in Canada for the coming crop will be per bushel, said Mr. Som- merville. U of L offers special courses 125 miles south of Lethbridge, and east into North Dakota have signified they are willing to put their wheat into a pool for sale to the wheat board. Mr. Juel said the group of farmers will make an offer to sell one million bushels of wheat to the wheat board March' 8 and 9 in Saskatoon. Using simple arithmetic, the U.S. farmers have arrived at a "solution" which they feel will be beneficial to Canadian and American farmers. The local price at U.S. eleva- tors for No. 1 grade U.S. spring wheat is per bushel. The export price for Canadian wheat at Vancouver is per bushel for the same grade Provincial court Hash trafficker remanded A 20-year-old Lethbridge man charged with possession of hashish and marijuana for pur- poses of trafficking pleaded guilty lo the charges Fri- day and was remanded to next Friday in custody. Mark Steven 'Hovan, of 1222 3rd Ave. A was charged Feb. 22 after police seized 27 large bags of marijuana and seven vials of liquid hashish, with a street value of Gty service celebrates world day of prayer SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS S110 INSTALLED Phone 328-2176 CATERING Are you planning a ban- quet, wedding reception or iocral gathering soon? Let us prepare and serve a delicious meal to your exact specifications. THE LOTUS BANQUET ROOM for up is T25 persons is available a! all times. Phone early for reservations! JUST CAU 327-0240 OR 327-297 LOTUS Across From The CPR Depot By NOEI, BUCHANAN HeraM Staff Writer Affluent Canadian Christians slsoydd remember their respon- sibility to share with prayer the many material benefits of west- ern life. A shrinking world is becom- ing resltess, Rev. Albert Baldeo of Coaldale United Church told more than 300 persons gathered in St. Augustine's Anglican Church, Lethbridge, for the world day of prayer observance Friday. "The other side of tire world knows about our Mr. Baldeo said. "That's why they are arising and rebelling. Let us stow our greatfulness for Canada by sharing." World day of prayer services originated with an American Presbyterian congregation in 18R7. Purpose of these world- wide interdenominational ser- vices is to renew spiritual and material support for Christian missionary work. "Let us not detract from an- other's culture, language or Mr. Bitldeo said "The differences are w h a makes the vertical mosaic of Canada so beautiful. How can we reach out if we don't love our The order of service, used simultaneously with Christian groups meeting across Canada ind around the world, was pre- pared by Maori and European vomen in New Zealand. Participating as readers dur- ng the service were Mrs. E. V. -angford, St. Augustine's; Mrs. 1. C. Reid, St. Andrew's Pres >yterian; Ill's. li. E. Jarvis, First Baptist; Mrs. Julia Pom -.hac, Assumption Catholic; Mrs. Mary Nonomura, Japan- ese United: Airs. G. H. Bevan Mrs. W. C. Cameron and Mrs D. S. Smith, all representing McKillop United; Mrs. Jose- phine Tollin, Pentecostal Tab- ernacle; Mrs. T. F. Chumik First United; Mrs. T. W Pratt, Latter-day Saints an Major Thehna Corney, Salva tion Army. A 32-year-old Prince Albert, ask., man charged with an as- ault causing bodily harm on a lok at the Lethbridge Correc- onal Institute was sentenced riday (o 30 days in jail. The incident occurred Dec. 18 hen Clarence H. Garicpy, a erving prisoner, complained nout the food to one of tlie ooks. Gariephy then threw a cup and a plate at the cook, caus- ng a cut on the forehead which "equired four stitches. In a letter to his lawyer, Richard Williams, which was ead in court, Gariepy said lat he had a psychiatric prob- om, and related how his un- ontrollable temper had caused Tim considerable trouble. Gariepy admitted in court [hat he had an extensive crim- nal record dating back to 1959. He also said in the letter that 10 has frequently slashed his own arms, and for tins reason, vhile in jail, he was kept hand- cuffed and in a secluded cell. "I'm asking I am nol LETHBRIDGE WATCH AND REPAIR M. MIKHAIL 48-Hour Service Over 20 years experience 544.13.St..N..Ph..328-9856 E. S. P. FOX Certified Dental Mechanic FOX (Loth.) DENTAL LAB ITD. 204 Medical Denial Bldg. Phone 327-6565 joking for sympathy, but for Gariepy states in his -ttcr. Mr. Williams told the court hat Gariepy had been sent sev- ral months ago to Alberta Hos- ital in Ponoka for 60 days and iat his client was now on a medication which seemed to Control his temper. A 53-year-old Coaldale man ileaded not guilty Friday to a harge of driving with- a blood- alcohol level over .08, and was emandcd to April 6 for trial. Edwin Schimdt was charged ollowing a fatal accident Jan. 20 near Chin. Killed in (lie collision was William Girbov, of Coaldale. e Brian Gregory Atkinson, 21, of Lethbridge, charged with .rafficking in marijuana Dec. 31, has pleaded not guilty, and las elected to be tried by a judge and jury. A trial date has not been set. By HERB LEGG Herald Staff Writer If you're a high school stu- dent, tired of the samo old sum- mer routine (part time jobs, vacation with the family or just plain loafing around) lias tho University of Lethbridge got a deal for you! Any Grade 10, 11 or 12 stu- dent in Southern Alberta can apply to the U of L for a se- ries of special courses designed by arts and science dean F. Q. Quo. Any work done by accepted students at the U of L will not just be "clock punching." All university work successfully completed under the summer program will be recognized by the U of L should the student return to campus on a full-time basis. Dean Quo said the university will admit any high school stu- dent who meets three qualifica lions. "The student must be deem ed by the appropriate .high school officials to be academi cally prepared for university level work in a given subjec area or areas. "The student must be recom mended for university admis- sion by the high school official concerned. "The student must understani- this is an experiment. He mus be willing and motivated to par ticip'ate in it and must be fullj aware that successful univcr INCOME TAX I INDIVIDUAL, FARM, and RETURNS I F. M. DOUGLAS 27 Street 'A' N. Ph: 328-0330, 32S-T70I I PARK'S-NEILSON'S Dry Cleaners Ltd. SUPERIOR DRY CLEANING 311 6lh St. S. and 1514A 91h Ave.S. PHONE 327-4141 327-5151 327-7771 hour service tailoring blocking and leather processing pleat drapery processing aking one university coursfl which, if successfully com- leted, will be recognized by 10 university should Uie stu- ent return on a full-time ba- s. The three students now study- ng on campus include Janet Russell, Lc thbridge Collegiate nstitute, French 1000; Janet chimmel, LCI, biology 1000; and Shelley Zuback, Winston ihurchill High School, art 1000. Two summer sessions are be- ng offered this year at tho J of the first from July 3 o 25 and the second from July 5 to August 17. Applications for the first ses- ion must be received by June 6 and for the second by July Facilities at the U of L res- denco are available for accom- modation. Normal fees are charged for use of facilities by summer students. sity work will be recognizec whan he is admitted as a fid time Dean Quo said. Three Lethbridge students are already enrolled at the U o L under the program. Each i CLIfF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LABf MEDICAL DENTAL BIDG. Lower Level PHONE 327-2822 Get a BIKE For Spring! BRC-10 SPEED CAMPUS SPORT 21 inch Reg. Special BOYS' OR GIRLS' HIGH RISE BIKE Reg. 57.95 Special Call'Sporting 327-5767 51 DOWNTOWN MOVING? CALL OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES II "TEENTRAITS It's new, it's exciting, and it's very reasonable Now we can offer great package deals on graphs of the teenager and Ihe prices right-on. Call and ask for details Keep an eye open for "special specials" from time to time. MAKE NO MISTAKE! You know ihe name but Iho address is new 1224 3rd AVENUE SOUTH Opposite the Elks Club Phone 327-2673 or 327-2565 ;