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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Novtmbtr SO, 1972 THE IFTHBKIBSE HERALD Universities need some direction from outside says minister CALGARY (CP) Academic freedom is in greater danger from universities than from government, Jim Foster, min- ister of advanced education, "aid here. He an audience of about 200 students at the University of Calgary that decisions to "hire, promote, fire and punish" are made within the institution. Administrators and faculty would agree "there is more concern about freedom between the faculty and the adminis- tration than between the admin- istration and the government." The minister was fielding from students and one asked him about the Moir report on non-Canadian influ- ence in post-secondary educa- tion. The report recommended Al- berta universities remain free of government intervention but, said the student, the Univer- sity of Calgary was recently directed to offer a three-year course in arts and science to go with 'he four-year program currently taught. Mr. Foster said the decision was made by the universities commission, not the department of advanced education, then Student unrest leads Max Wyman to speak of respect for authority EDMONTON (CP) The student unrest of the 1960s was not the unmitigated disaster many people thought it was says Max Wyman, president of the University of Alberta. "If nothing else, it enablec almost every guilt-ridden group of society to attribute their woes to a faulty educational system, an education systeir that supposedly had destroyed discipline and encouraged lack of respect for he told the university's fall con- vocation. "In one way these claim: were right, and in another they were wrong." Dr. Wyman said those who condemn lack of respect for authority and lament the ap- pearance of a permissive so- ciety are wrong. The political maturity of peo- ple allowed them to assess the power of authority, to respect Cancer cure project set MOSCOW (AP) The United States and the Soviet Union agreed today to broaden their co-operation in search of a cure for cancer. Doctors of the two countries announced establishment of a joint subcommittee on cancer virology and related immu- notogy. The subcommittee is to meet at least once a year. FIGHT RESPIRATORY DISEASES WITH CHRISTMAS SEALS Your Christmas Seal contri- bution helps make possible tMw techniques, new treat- ments, new drugs in extensive research programs engaged in the fight against tuberculosis, chronic bronchitis, asthma, tmphysema end other respira- tory diseases. USE CHRISTMAS SEALS its proper use and to become increasingly aware of the dan- ger of abuse of that power. "The respect for the power of authority has become so great that people rightly expect to share in the exercise of that power. "This is the mood of the na lion, and it is not confined t any one sector of our nation it permeates our society, and i neither inspired by nor is it le by the young people of the wesi ern world." THE CHAINS OF CHANGE British postman Norman Knight puts on snow-chains outside London's main post office. The chains ore for safer walking on ice and snow and are a feature of the British Post Office's safety cam- paign. Another feature of the campaign is the white coat Knight wears, a safety measure in traffic during the dark days now approaching. Govt. won't change its philosophies OTTAWA (CP) The gov- ernment will rot change its jhilosophies in the next Parlia- ment, but may change the way t explains and implements its ive yourself a gift of cash even as much as Just phone Beneficial and apply for the. full amount you have in mind-to do your shop- ping, to cover your expenses, to pay your bills, to enjoy the up or come in now. You're good for more at Beneficial. Beneficial FINANCE CO. OF CANADA up to loan can be life-Insured Take Longer to Poy on Amounts over CORNER 4TH AVE. 6TH ST., LETHBRIDGE (Woolworth Bldg.) 327-8565 OPEN EVENINGS DY ArPOINTMrNT PHONE FOR HOURS Open Sat. lo 12 Noon Nov. 25, Her. 2, 9, IB. programs, says .lean Chretien minister of Indian affairs and northern development. "The philosophies that have prevailed over the adminis- tration during the last four years will be the same in the next four years." Mr. Chretien said on the CTV television net- work program Question Period, taped Friday for Sunday show- ing. "The people didn't disagree with the principle of a lot of our policies. They disagreed some- limes with the way they were Mr. Chretien said. It is not enough to discuss policies with other cabinet min- isters or in the House of Com- mons. "We didn't have enough pre- occupation with the reaction of the people. We didn't know how the policies were reaching the people and now we know much belter after fiO days of cam- paigning." BASE TOO BROAD Mr. Chretien said (he govern- ment was attempting to touch too many issues and was not specific enough during the Octo- ber campaign. He criticized Liberal cam- paign efforts for not zeroing in on issues over and over again. We wanted to be broader nnd speak about too many things.... 1 think that we took it for granted loo often that tho people would understand." Mr. Chretien said he thought a backlash over government liilingnalism policies and tho number of French Canadians in ligh government office was n factor in reducing (he Liberal majority to a minority of 109 seals. "But it was not the only fac- er. EEC-Can TORONTO (CP) Canada Is getting a good reaction from officials of the European Economic Community (EEC) to its proposal for a trade agreement, External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp said Saturday. He added that EEF officials begin a four-day round of talks in the coming week with Canadian officials. "There is no question that trade pro dialogue is well and truly launched." Speaking to the Canadian Institute of International Affairs, Mr. Sharp said that during the last two years Canada has been making a particular effort to make the ECC understand its problems and desires. "We had to rap firmly but politely on the table to get their attention. "We had to make plain, to take only some example, that with Britain's entry into the EEF, over 40 per cent of our 1971 export to trade value at more than billion-would face more difficult entry." EEC officials, Mr. Sharp said, understand that Canada is particularly affected by British entry and were "open" to a Cana- Find letter bomb LIVERPOOL (AP) A letter bomb mailed in India was intercepted by post office workers in this northwest England port city Saturday and detonated by bomb disposal experts, police reported. A spokesman said the envelope was addressed to a Jewish PUBLIC MEETING for All Nationalities and All Races Thlt meeting will be taken as an indication of the Community's response to the needs of the Native People in the City of Lethbridge. Thursday, November 23, p.m. 320 llth Street S., (GOLDEN MILE SR. CITIZENS CENTRE) Lethbridge, dian proposal that Canada and the EEC discuss a possible agreement which would give the exports of each party most- favored-nation status. Emphasizing the importance to Canada of the EEC, be said the EEC imported billion worth of goods last year and would import 5130 bilfe in 1980. Last year, 17 per cent of Ca- nadian billion- went to the EEC, but the in- crease in Canadian to the EEC was_ dropping behind the increase in the EEC's im- ports. DEMONSTRATORS! COMPANY OWNED! BRAND NEW! "LEFT-OVER" 1972'S! ALL SELLING AT GIANT DISCOUNTS DURING DUNLOP'S ANNUAL... SCRATCH 'N DENT STOCK NO. 349 1972 PINTO 2 DOOR STOCK NO. 151 1972 TORINO 4 DOOR PILLAR HARDTOP Ivy Glow in color, 2000 cc. engine, outo. trans., manual disc brakes, block heater, wide oval tires, accent group. Med. green metallic, green Interior, V-8, auto., P.S., block heater, ww wheel covers. Regular retail NOW Regular retail NOW STOCK NO. 310 1972 LTD 10 PASSENGER SQUIRE WAGON Light blue in color, 400 V-8 engine, auto., P. S., P.B., radio, stereo tape, auto, air cond., deluxe wheel covers, speed control, power door locks and many more Ford better ideas. Regular retail NOW STOCK NO. 1961 1972. LTD 4 DR. HARDTOP "Brand tinted glass, 1 P.S., P.B., pow and many me Regular retail NOW 'ue vinyl rcof, ll, V-8, auto., trunk deas. STOCK NO. 157 1972 FORD LTD BROUGHAM 4 DR. HARDTOP STOCK NO. 1988 1972 MAVERICK 2 DOOR DEMONSTRATOR STOCK NO. 1972 GALAXIE 500 2 DOOR HARDTOP Manager's Demo. Ivy glow with white vinyl roof, factory air. cond., V-S, auto., P.S., P.B., tinted glass, power trunk release and many other Ford belter Ideas. Bright blue with white vinyl roof, 429 V-8 engine, P.S., P.B., tillwheel, H.D. suspension, air cond. Regular retail NOW Low mileage, 200 cubic inch. 6 cylinder, outo., radio, block heater, accent group, tires. Regular retail NOW Regular retail NOW STOCK NO. 17 1972 FORD GALAXIE 500 4 DR. HARDTOP Demonstrator. Royal maroon, black vinyl roof, V-8, auto., P.S., P.B., radio, air cond., tinted glass, rear dcfogger and many other Ford better ideas. Regular retail NOW STOCK NO. 97 1972 CUSTOM 500 2 DR. HARDTOP Med. green with white roof. V-8, auto., P.S., P.B., radio, many more Ford better ideas. Regular retail Now STOCK NO. 137 1972 FORD GALAXIE 500 2 DR. HARDTOP STOCK. NO. 311 1972 FORD LTD 6 PASSENGER COUNTRY SQUIRE WAGON STOCK NO. 113 1972 FORD CUSTOM 500 2 DR. HARDTOP White and ivy glow, V-8, auto., P.S., P.B., radio, block heater, H.D. suspension. Regular retail NOW Manager's Demo, Ermine white with brown vinyl roof, factory oir conditioning, auto., radio, rear speakers, tinted glass, many other Ford better ideas. Regular retail NOW Medium blue In color, 429 engine, auto., P.S., P.B., automatic air conditioner, radio, linled glass, deluxe luggage rack. Rcaular retail "YOUR TOTAL TRANSPORTATION CENTRE 1510 Mayor Magralh Drive at 16th Avenue WIDE OPEN DAILY a.m. to p.m. SATURDAY a.m. to p.m. Dial 328-8861 ;