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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta J A. E. CROSS 'TOR CUSTOM FRAMING" PHONE 327-2673 The lethkidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Monday, March PAGES 9 TO 20 RESTAURANT AND PANCAKE HOUSE BANQUET FACILITIES FOR 75 PEOPLE NAIT Pupil Is Elected AASHead BUCKHORN GUEST RANCH (Staff) Jim Draginda, a stu- dent at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, in Ed- monton, was elected president of.the Alberta Association of Students Sunday at the end of the association's spring confer ence. Mr. Draginda succeeds Allan Stein, who held the post for the past 18 months and who will now full lime as part of Ihe Worth. Commission on Educa tionat Planning. Brian MacDonald, a Univer- sity of Alberta student, was elected vice-president; Shauna Buttenvick, of the Foothill: General Hospital school of nurs ing of Calgary, was eledcc communications secretary'; an Allan n, [.-.sfie Ihe Gordon W.cKean and Doug Fyldrds, Osrccsls. ETarlh snare sciences a-d ctllanctjs Ed Span- ho! i and Pf Ic r t.'-s as, Rocke Fry 3 Space Travel; Louise B-jrke. Err.iiy Burke end CkJy Gltb, Eruplica of a Volcano. II and individual. BiolagirAl sclen'-.ei Lor.g- irrce Blind Htce; Greg BUCKHORN GUEST RAXCH Alberta Students' Assistance Board will work with all student groups to make the province's financial assistance program "the best it can pos- sibly says SAB chairman Cat Mcricley of Edmonton. Mr. Mcrkley was featured speaker at the annual spring conference of the Alberta Asso- ciation o! Students, held here March 20 to 22. He told about 80 conference delegates it was the first time he had ever been invited to speak to a student group about financial assistance, anil was "happy to have the opportim ity to hear the students' point of view." He promised to work as close- ly as passible with the AAS t overcome grievances student, had against the student award system he administers, arx asked for the association's as sistance in an extensive infer mation program now undenra to acquaint students with th SAB regulation. "In our business we have t start wilh the assumplion Ih; there isn't enough money avai able to give all s'.udents the air, Lily Beautiful and Stately for Home or Church] Choose now from Ihe largesl and best selection in this area: TUltPS CORSAGES EASTER LILIES ROSE BUSHES AZALEAS HYDRANGEAS t CUT FLOWERS CUFF BIACK, R.D.T., C.D.M.! BLACK DENTAL IAB MED1CAI DENTAL BLDG. Open Saturdays Evenings by Appointment PHONE 327-2822 he said. "Our problei is to show students how we wi award the money that is avai The SAB draws ils fund Tinea information on Ihe SAB dnd of institution lo another without loss of credit. The association will live to the college board, and I wo noinmees will be selected also'later for the university board. sponger a conference for the; Sludents mil also likely be Worth Commission, (his fall, on' given representation on the col- the topic of Teacliing and leges' advisory council, which Learning. i advises the Alberta colleges Siudenls expressed concern I commission, and the university over problems experienced in coordinating council, which finding summer employment, advises Ihe Alberta universities which makes a in commission. Ihe value of grants they are The association will also seek eligible to receive from the Al- extension to ten weeks or more ".'USiUIV ly AtVVUVl IIVLll ill berta student assistance hoard.lot university summer schools, The AAS will ask the board so that unemployed students lo form a joint committee lo will be able to pcrsue further review crileria used for granl- education; will rcsearcl the de- ing ass'slance, for appeals ar.dlgrec of United States influence for better information from the on curriciilum and lexlboote in commission to the students. Canada, and the number ol esulalions; the length of time I Tire association will also ask! American teachers; demon- takes lo process applications that even- sludent applying for strate against farther nuclear nd tack of flexibility in the admission lo a post-secondary testing by the U.S.; lor ystem linsiitution be sent a comprc-; legalization of marijuana, and hcnsive booklet explaining the lowering the legal age of liquor udent assistance program. consumption to 18; seek In order to improve internal! changes in facully tenure sys- omimmicalions and make all terns; press for establishment Iberia students aware of the of day-care centres for children US the association will pub- of married students; and esta- ish a monthly newspaper next I blishment of pollution control for general distribution to' legislation. Mr. Mcrkley said lhal loans not affecled by whether r nol a student found summer mployment, and only a por- on of the grant was cut out if student was unemployed. Students working for a num- xr of volunteer organizations such as Ihe Alberta Service 'orps are considered to have jeen employed, he said, and .ludents taking summer school classes fall in the same cete- iory. This woald mean a student unable to find a summer job could allend summer schoo with a S3M loan from the SAB and still receive full grant and loan assistance for the next ac adcmic year. He said all SAB regulation: and awards criteria were avai] able to students, and inviled Ih AAS lo delegate some students to work with him to write an in formation pamphlet conlainin, whatever information Ihc; thought essential. Other complaints could als be discussed, and the SAB i always Billing to hear appeal from students about any aspec of their applications, Mr. Merl Physical sciences {a] Ri-ssel Fcrd. High Vc.lace V.-arer Generalcr; Bruce MacKay, the Principle cl Ihe Hsvereraff. sciences (6) JLOY 11.Z- brer, M-.z fcrrration cf Crystals, Greg Gibbor.s, Special Relativity. 11 and Bio'ixjiral sciences Larry SWbi, Electromagrielic Variance of Prcls- LotAa, Wcuse Embry- 01 oay. Physical sciences Ken The Laser. Oral 7. 8 and 9 Maria Langfnberg. Lile in 1he Oral 1- Grades 10, N ar.d Th.e Duality of Llghi. Walh 13, II and FU.T viilh from the Alberta government's) Queen Elizabeth Scholarship I Kund and the Canada Student! Loans plan and high school, college, tchnical school, uni- versity and nursing school stu- dents are eligible for assist- ance. Assistance is a com- inalion of a grant and a loan. Among major complaints by sludenls arc the re- uiremeril thai they have a ccr- ain level o! summer earnings n order lo receive a full granl, ven wilh the scarcity of sum- icr jobs; Ihe lack of clearly ]ev rRACHE'S cASTER SPECIAL, ONLY "Where Originality Begins" DRAFFIN'S 5TOBE __________ DOWNTOWN ROD 327-3279 DISPENSARY GEORGE 328-6133 Army, Navy and Air Force 34 BINGO IN THE CtUBROOMS Tues., War. 24th JACKPOT Blackout in 58 Not. For Members end Their Guests! COME AND SEE US FOR NEW AND USED Electric Typewriters and Adding Machines WATCH FOR OUR LOW PRICED ROYAL PORTABLE ELECTRIC CHINOOK OFFICE MACHINES 620 13th SI. N. Phone 328-6868 Dealers far ROYAL TYPEWRITERS and ODHNER ADDEXS SALES AND SERVICE "These are the egga all the kids will be hunting Easter morning "They'll find them simply DRAFRN'S DOWNTOWN ROD 327-3279 ATTENTION C Open AH Day Saturday All Credit Cards Accepted first THE Lisl Price Second Tire 1 All PASSENGER, T8UCK AND TRACTOR TIRES ON SALSI D3OP IN AND COMPAREI FREE MOUNTING EXAMPLE F7Bx14-4-PlY NYLON TUBELESS FIRST GRADE 1, PASSENGER TIRE LEONARD TIRE MART LTD. 1902 2nd Avenue South Phone 327-3580 UNDERSELL" Save Your Money-FRIGIDAIRE WISHING WELL SALE COMING SOON! ;