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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta tin innnpinr.p M-v TAKING IN TJ-IS SIGHTS Cornell', Ontario's new Agent General in the United Kingdom, n auided lour of Trafalgar Square with Ottawa native Sheelagh Davis, c receptionist al Ontario House. Mr, Cornell took up his appointment in tondon May I. (CP Wirephoto) 3-year budget system o1 J for universities EDMONTON i'CP' provincial is ex- I The? .'-yslem v.-oulcl offer "CTT- lain minimum amlnin? Ihe of rise- ing Alberta Imheriiies on Ihe umvcrsit.cs can three year system function." he said in an mler- Jim Foster, miuiMcr of ad-. view. k a type ri[ vaneed education, ta i V.'ednes- "rolling buchct system, with day. Islidu adjustments, and nit id of Tilings lo Coint' necessarily lied Eolely lo enrol- me'ils." The ntiivor.sJ'ies noiv on one-year budgets funded by the government. NOT SATISFACTORY It's clear that the 12-month system is "just, not satisfac- tory" and a system needed .vo lhat the govern- ment can provide tie univri- lie? ''guidance and leader-- Mr. Foster said. lie described as "iiuisensc" a Calgary report that the gov- I'rnnieiH. had decided to place the of Caluaiy on a throe-year budget. There had been a "misunderstanding" in an inlerview he had wiih a Cal- gnry The niinislcr said al- ready have been set for 1972-73 and it was doubtful Hint a new sy.-.tem would he implemenied for Dr. D. G. TyndnH. vire-nres- idenl. in of finance rind admini-strati'in a', the I'nn ?r- sify of syid he ivniiid be "very much in favor'1 of a three-year system which would be flexible in reacting K) enrol- ment and cost factors. Mr. Foster also said the prov- ince is studying the proportion of university costs that should be borne by luilion tec-si. Alllwugh !lie h'J.s told the universities lo "hold the line" on tuition fees for Ihe lime being, "they are not fixed and forever Anti-war protests mount against Nixon policies fly THE ASSOCIATED I'll ICSS str.il inns have led lo hundreds A widespread wave of ami- of urivsls. war protcsls in (he Unilcd I In Minneapolis, 200 Minnesota Slates, which erupted within X.itu'nal ilnard Iroops took up moments of the Nixon adminis-! positions al the Uni- tralion's announcement of newivi-isiiy of Minnesota armnry policies in Vietnam, moved inlo and a: a I'.S. Air Force recruit- a Ihird day today. The demon-; in" station a short distance second reading OTTAWA (CP) After six days of sometimes-acrimonious debate, the Commons unani- mously voted Wednesday lo give the government farm credit legislation second reading and sent it tn committee for de- tailed discussion. The Conservatives, New Dem- ocrats and Social Creditors, after days of criticizing the gov- ernment's farm, policy, joined the Liberal majority to give the liill general approval. On Ihc way lo the vofe, n Conservative amendment, which would have had the effect of shelving flic bill, was de- feated 123 to G3, with Social Crsr diters supporting the Conserva- tives and the New Democrats voling with the government. Earlier,