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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tusidqy, May 9, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD J9 Predicts disaster for university SHE WASN'T RETARDED After five years it turns out that pretty Sara Keehan, 7, her attention focused here on a teaching device, is far from being menally retarded as doctors labeled her. It was discovered she is hard of hearing. She is now attending a special Palo Alto public school program for children wilh hearing problems. Sara has been filled with a hearing aid and Mrs. Ruth Jackson, director of the special class says that tests show "there is no doubt about it, she's a gifted child." CALGARY (CP) The Uni- of Calgary budget com- mittee predicts disaster for the campus if enrolment projcc- .ions for 1973-74 prove accurate and if the pcr-student level of support from the provincial >overnment remains un- lhanged. A 53-page committee report said the university may have to close its faculty of business, eliminate the department of music, terminate the engineer- ing program and make crip- pling staff and budget cuts in 1973-74. STAND SOUGHT Members of the board of gov- ernors, who considered the re- port, said the provincial govern- ment must come to some early conclusions about the role of the university within the post- secondary education system in Alberta. To maintain quality, the board feels, the university must be assured of a minimum level of support regardless of fluctuating enrolment. Grants now are made largely on a per-student basis. The Al- You are invited to OPEN HOUSE YWCA 604-8th St. S. WEDNESDAY, MAY 10th 1 to p.m. and 7 to p.m. REFRESHMENTS Wltl BE SERVED Come and See our new Facelifting done wilh the aid of P.E.P. Program and L.C.C. >erta Universities Commission ias predicted no growth in en- over 1971-72 for eith- er or 1973-74. To cope with a 14-per-cent reduction represented by the ic-growth prediction for 1972- 73, the university has incorpor- ated into that budget its entire accrued surplus as of March 31, 1972. It also received a sup- plementary grant of to help it accommodate to the new situation. DISASTER PICTURE The "disastrous as Dr. A. W. R. Can-others, uni- versity president called it, spreads across every aspect of the university's operation. Board members will appeal to the government for a long- range policy covering the de- velopment of universities in Al- berta. They want a minimum level of support to ensure con- tinuation of the university as a quality institution, and this support would be raised if en- rolment rises. The support would re m a 1 n static as long as the number of students registered did not in- crease. The board will also ask tho minister of education through j the universities commission to consider an increase in student fees. Light horse club FORT MACLEOD The Midnight Riders 4-H Light Horse Club was organized re- cently. Leaders are Mrs. Claudette Hallady and Larry Gray. The executive members are Linda Dersch, president; Kathy Bourassa, secretary; Colleen H e n r i e, librarian; Lorelie Schmidt, treasurer; Carol Broadhead, club representa- live; Ramona Stevens, club re- porter; and Kim Hornberger, parliamentarian. I Further membership is solicit ed and the fee is Meetings will be held the first Thursday of each month. Plans are to hold an "achievement day" in August. Join in the Fun and the Savings during our TAKE A TRIP IN A TUDOR AS LOW AS OR TAKE A TRIP IN A 4 DOOR SEDAN Automatic, power steering, power brakes, radio. Only miles. Trades accepted. TOYOTA TRAVEL COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 327-3165 F l H BRIDGE See Also Our Complete Line of 1972 Trailers and Campers Research and experience lias shown us what you want in travel comfort. Solid basic construction. Hand- crafted finishing. Practical and efficient interior lay- out design. The very latest features in living areas. Get them all in a Maico built trailer, camper or motor home. OUTSTANDING VALUES ...FROM ONIEDA! NORTHLAND STAINLESS FLATWARE! 40 pee. Service for 8 Anniversary Priced DAINTY FLORAL "PASADENA" PATTERN with oxidized finish ideal for use in home or cottage. (Dishwasher proof) "CHARGE IT" 40 pee. sef consists ofz 8 Salad Forks Dessert Knives (Serrated) Forks U1 You get Eight 5-pc. place settings PLUS 6 EXTRA PIECES! ONEIDA QUALITY STAINLESS Anniversary Priced 46 PCE. SERVICE FOR 8 46 PCE. SERVICE FOR EIGHT AT REGULAR PRICE OF 40 PCE. SET 6 extra pieces: 2 Table or Serving Spoons 4 Teaspoons included at no extra cost! Your choice of three patterns: Mediterranean, Nordic Crown Capistrano "CHARGE IT" MAPPIN'S LIMITED.- DIAMOND MERCHANTS JEWELLERS REGINA 'CALGARY I'ETHBfclDGfc IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 -4th Avenue South Telephone 328-4214 ;