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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL PRESENTS FREE TRAVEL DISPLAY SCENIC MOVIES ON BRITAIN AND EUROPE Saturday 20lh Ctnlrt Village Phone 3263201 or 32M1S4 End 1 The LetKbridge Herald SECOND SECTION March 1971 PAGES 11 TO 26 Its o GBEA1 DAY to SERVE EVERYONES FAVORITE Speciol Prices on Bulk Orders ERICKSENS 2021 3rd 3288161 1705 Drive 3287751 Dogs may be tranquilizetl Glenn manager of the Lethbridge Animal has issued a warning to local citizens not to be alarmed if they should see him pointing what appears to be a rifle at their Anderson said be plans to use a tranquilizer gun to catch dogs that so far have eluded Moir committee here Students brief given over catcalls By JIM WILSON Hiraid Education Writer be to eliminate important and necessary source of And The diverse nature of the instruction available to Ca nadian students at the present time is superior to any which CHOIR PERFORMS FOR EDUCATION WEEK A 90voice choir of Senator Buchanan School entertained parents and friends Wednesday in the school auditorium as part of Education Week Several schools in Lethbridge continued the including parentteacher in terviews at Basils Thursday open house at McKillop and Patricks Thursday and Friday and a library book fair and open house in Agnes Davidson March Public tours of the new additions to the Lethbridge Collegiate plus music and were also featured Wednesday Police escort for workers Conflict goes on at U of L site I nadian and to j continue to present students with a varied educational Amidst catcalls from mitee Ken j Panada does not have a University of Lethbridge Stunorld monopoly on truth and dents Society Council and lo ciose our bor pretcnfd the U of L studcrs to ueople would dents brief to the Moir com to inquire into nonCa nadian influence in Alberta lostsecondary Runge had made a copy of the brief available earlier to Arnold chair man of the and be ore Moir allowed Runge to read the brief he old him could rot present the first quarter of it to the Its not relevant to the Moir follow ing a lecture concerning the propriety of criticizing the committee or speaking on topics outside of the terms of reference of the But your reasons for exis tence must be other wise there is no point in your entire and thats what were Hunge If we cant make our feel ings known about why your committee shouldnt then offer the strongest possible rejection of the way your commiitee is railroading some sort of document on the people of this The rejected section ques tioned the relevance of Moirs and Runge said that by the def inition of purpose in the com mittees name it was already The unaccepted part of the brief pointed out the election year timing of the and suggested that by using as scapegoats those persons in Alberta who are not allowed to vote we see the attention of the public jeing drawn away from the ould be available through an I others present told the corn closed system mitlee they no longer feared it In discussion i as a witch hunt Runge told the committee that Moir asked nhy the stu ff it I really sincere in wanti dents brief did not deal with ing to do something good forlpioblens of Canadian content and asked when give the government a piece of the U of L had introduced the paper that sajs No Albertas it should j in He said he saw a distinct danger that recommendations from the committee would otherwise eventually become stifling Runge and courses it Mr Runge replied Are we attacking the present or future Those facts are avail able in the university calen we dont need to give them to you in a Students needs not met claims U of L lecturer The outcome of between disputing a meeting union and nonunion workers of the Uni versity of held Thursday in Calgary is un but Roy sec retary of the B u i 1 d i n g Con struction Trades says things are still pretty at the FEMININE FLATTERY Pamper As In Black or Mink Wet Why not try a pair this weekend ons ur Priced at only SAVAGE WHITES I with chrome leather soles and 8 Sizes 7i to At BONNIE STUART BABY SHOES In D and E width irtant for 2 to Fit is so impoi littlo BOYS DESERT BOOTS in sizes S to 8 MISSES SAVAGE SHOES in and Python under KOOLIES for the young miss is White or SEE US FOR THE VERY LATEST IN TEEN AND CAMPUS STYLES New Wild Woolteys leathers and wet New Eye Catchers with the very newest Magikins Ideal for Pant OPEN FRIDAY TIL CAMMS 403 5th Street SHOES Nonunion workers are re ceiving police escort to and from The dispute revolves around an incident which occurred March when Alberta Gov Telephones sublet a contract to Plessey Canada international supplier and installer of telephone Plessey imported nonunion workers to do the and union workers imme diately walked off the Union workers stayed off the job until Monday when the Plessey workers did not report NEW 1600 ONLY S62 PER MONTH 1969 Datsun 4 ONLY 1969 Mazda STATION WAGON Like tlAOC ONLY RAEWOOD MOTORS 3rd and 16th Sales 3284539 Car lot 3284356 TONIGHT and SATURDAY A Delightful Experience in Gourmet Dining Dinner Dancing To the Music of MARV QUALLYS SUNSET 4 NO COVER CHARGE SUNDAY is FAMILY DAY at ERICKSENS SPECIAL CHILDRENS MENU SUNDAY BRUNCH SERVED 10 TO 2 C vsen s PHONE 3287756 for RESERVATIONS or tat at last report rolh union and nonunion members are working pending the outcome of a settlement Between the disputing organi commenting on statements made recently by U of L says they should hang their heads in for bringing in scab labor from ouside of the city ihen so much unemployment exists right in Berlando said he is not surprised by the statements made by the university offi because they dont un derstand He said he is aware the sit uation is a dirty rotten but what is the use in drafting union regulations if members dont plan to live up to them He said there should be no mistake that the union men at the site are and on sev eral occasions have been on the verge of picking up stakes to start Poster contest ends March 15 The Canadian Cancer Soci etys school poster campaign for junior and senior high schools will close March D chairman of the local has Entries should be turned in to the local unit office at Canada Trust COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTONS FLOOR COVERING 909 3rd 3275454 major problems of educational and economic policy in Alber It also referred to the com mittees statement that it is in terested in the public unrest at the hiring of nonCanadian and the brief asked the committee was referring to campus demonstrations or riots in the or do you hope that this com mittee will be successful in creating public interest Runge was eventually permitted to read the remain der of the but was inter rupted several times by heck ling from committee mem It expressed fear of the pos sibility of a committee mendation for establishmen of a quota on foreign faculty and suggested that more couk be gained if the committee studied reasons why Canadian students leave Canada to at tend American The brief expressed studen concern over the interest in production o Students wanted i known that they considera university a place to deveb their capacity to funcHon we in all aspects of no just on the job It said the real problem was how to develop sufficient qnali fied Canadians to teach in Ca By HERB JOHNSON Herald Staff Writer The Moir committee of in uiry into nonCanadian in uences in Alberta postsec ndary education was told Thursday in Lethbridge that 0 s t secondary institutions are not enhancing our cultur 1 that instead they often eem bent on destroying the anadian reality The comment was made by lobert lecturer in En lish at the University of Letli during the presentation f a brief on behalf of the Leth ridge branch of the Commit for an Independent Tarleck said there are powerful nonCanadian forces 1 these institutions which are insensitive to the needs of Canadian One of the reasons nonCa ladian professors are insensi ive to the specific needs of Canadian students is that they ee their role only in its most narrow he As he nonCa nadian professors are limited CLIFF Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL PHONE 3272822 TAPtSALB C AC MUSICUND 13th and 3rd OFFICE FURNITURE STAN President OFFICE DESKS OFFICE SEATING FILING CABINETS STEEL SAFES TYPEWRITERS ADDING MACHINES VERIFAX 4 BANDA PHOTOCOPIERS TIME CLOCKS STENOCORD DICTATING MACHINES STENORETTE DICTATING MACHINES FINE OFFICE FURNITURE Suptfj HI W Oilcc PS All Bui a Blonde Sttitlarj THE FINEST IN OFFICE FURNISHINGS 3287411 that they deas through cannot convey Canadian illus trations and cannot see ideas in terms of ths total Canadian They tend to reflect an rather than a Cana ian both inside and utside the he said He g a v e as an example the ase of an art professor in Cal ary he tells his stu ents there is no Canadian that art in Canada is noth ing more than an imitation of American schools of Referring again to the Ca nadian he noted that t was shaped by factors that ire peculiar to things hat should be altered only by he choice of Canadians them This Canadian lus Canadian material and ersonnel are not felt by the to be he They are necessary if Cana dians are to retain their sep arateness as a If this is be Canada will also ose her separateness as a na Tarleek also expressed concern about the position of the Canadian who he in the unenviable position of competing for jobs in his own country on an equal footing with academics from every other Other he in sist on a majority of univer sity positions being held by na tive In he said Inquest set March 16 An inquest into the death on George Calling Last o will be held the Lethbridge Court House March 16 at 9 Calling Lasts badlyburn ed body was discovered bj Lethbridge fire fighters when they answered an early mor ning call at the Marshall Auto Wrecker 308 2nd The body was Discovered af ter the fire fighters had ex languished a fire in the wreck ed shell of a panel Identification of the was made 26 after the finger prints had been check the academic often finds him self in the a tranger among his own peo He said the situation is get ing worse He quoted figures indicating that the percentage if Canadian professors had rapped to 49 per cent froir 75 per cent between 1963 and some 86 per cent of new appointments went to non he There appeared to be no ma jor points of disagreement be tween Tarleck and the The CICs position Tarleek that here was a problem but that it was not in a position to sug Jest specific He did say that he would prefer not to see legislation enacted to con rol the A better ap proach would be to have the problem handled by the uni versities he Automotive Franchise Opportunity For An Exclusive Automo tive Product For Southern Write Box Lethbridge Herald LETHBRIOCEAITA fiRT STUDIO ON FIFTH i ARTISTIC PICTURE h ARTISTS GALLERY 710 SAVE OPENING EXHIBITION and SALE Of ORIGINAL WORKS OF ART By CRITTENDEN MARCH llth THRU 20th IN COLLEGE MALL Pharmacy Facts from STUBBS Why be like the man whi jumped on his horse and iodi off in all directions Just re member that Stubbs Pharmacy is always your best place Say Hello to a Good Buy 1506 9th Ave of course While it probably never oc curs to AVAILABILITY i always the key word when r when you prescriptions to After the finest drug in the world is useless to you if it isnt on the shelves or available to us you come in our And its for this rea son that we continually stock more than three thousand prescription drugs at all And we have to be able to locate any one of Ihesc thousands of in In one of the prime requisites for good phar maceutical practice in the abil ity to be a good Vie have to be good storekeep ers have to always be able to immediately locate the your doctors prescrip tion designates before we can begin to serve you with iU to DUE TO THE TREMENDOUS RESPONSE we are continuing our 1st Anniversary Celebrations Cooked Ham 29 Best in 1 Coca Canada Pepsi 4 99c PLUS DEPOSIT 1 bottles PLUS DEPOSIT Dutch Edam by the piece or 99c bottles Pop Pop Cheese jQUp German Dutch Celery r and 43c Swiss Chocolates 3 79c 39c O bars 99c W AND S BRAND Herring Fillets 99c In a Variety of from Germany Pickled Herring 79c Ripe OliveS Uniw California n 1 AA 49c tin v for I WHILE QUANTITIES tAST EPICURE FINE FOODS and DELICATESSEN FINE FOODS FROM AROUND THE WORLD Next Door to the New Self Serve Liquor Store OPEN from 10 to 12 hru ;