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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta May 1974 THE LCTHMIDQE HERALD i Profs seek hiring practices' TORONTO University faculty leaders from across Canada resolved Friday that academic and not Canadian should be the basic rule for hiring univer- sity teachers. The Canadian Association of University Teachers representing professors and instructors at 58 Canadian defeated two mo- tions that would have sought preference' for Canadian applicants. The composed of representatives of faculty voted down a motion that would have asked the federal manpower and immigration department to prevent foreigners from taking jobs for which Canadians'are qualified. Greg an executive member of the Ontario branch of the said CAUT has reaffirmed its policy of hiring that should be based strictly on scholarly not on nationality. The CAUT membership also rejected a proposal by its executive board that a committee be empowered to see that no qualified Canadian is rejected in favor of a foreigner with similar qualifications. Discussion of the issue took about an hour of the three-day agenda for the conference. Israel a CAUT said the issue of unionizing university faculties took up most of the first two days of the conference. He said faculty associations across Canada are moving to- wards unionism with the sup- port and help of CAUT ad- visers. Mr. Cinman said CAUT in- tends to act as a national um- brella body for unions formed by faculty members at univer- sities. At Friday's morning the CAUT voted support for a move by its Ontario branch to prevent the Ontario government from obtaining unlimited access and use of personal information files collected on university teachers. In other the CAUT accepted applications for membership from King's and of University College of Cape Breton in N.S. Roger representing St. Mary's University in described CAUT's success in being recognized as bargain- ing agent for faculty members by the Nova Scotia Labor Relations Board. Quebec flooding at highest point These houses in about 85 miles north of were in about five feet of water Friday. Hydro-Quebec officials say the flood waters reached their peak in Maniwaki and should start receding. School battle flares again WASHINGTON Twenty years after the United States Supreme Court outlawed segregated schools for Negroes in the the battle over race and education continues to be one of the Try Baton You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MAI CO SMITH-JONES AID SERVICE RIPLEY OPTICAL S. Phone 328-5447 most divisive in American society. 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WHITES SHUNNED While the court ruled that separate schools for black children were inevitably few black leaders these days would argue that their children must go to school with whites to develop successfully. On the many now favor black schools under control of the black community. And while the Southern schools have reluctantly by and an effective integration of black and white schools elsewhere in the United States have become more and more segregated. No Jim laws were needed to turn the school sys- tems of New York Los Angeles and other major cities into imitations of the pre-1954 South. The movement of whites to the and of blacks from the rural south into northern city has done the trick. The Senate's debate this week reflected both old alignments and new Weeds driving you wall help Everyone loves an attractive lawn. The trouble weeds seem to love too. At Co-op we can help you control those weeds before they take over. 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