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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Students Favor Limit On Foreign Teachers DR. SAM SMITH . . . Education changes Incentive Grant For Trail Firm OTTAWA (CP) - Glenmerry Sawmills Ltd. of Trail, B.C., has been awarded an incentive grant of about $16,000 for construction of a pulp chips mill, the regional expansion department announced today. Construction of the plant is scheduled to begin this fall. EDMONTON (CP) - The Alberta Association of Students told a royal commission that non-Canadian students and faculty members should be limited to 10 per cent of the total at all Alberts universities. The limit would ensure that all qualified Albertans could be accommodated at a time when cost-cutting is affecting education, the association said in a brief to the commission on educational planning headed by Dr. Walter Worth. The association also said that education should be free at all levels in the province. The submission, presented by President Jim Draginda, also urged pegging of faculty salaries at the level of the average salary paid Canadian workers; establishment of free daycare centres for children of student mothers; and joint student-instructor control of all policymaking bodies on an equal basis. The University of Alberta Students' Union, said universities should show more concern about job opportunities for graduates. The brief said that the university has become a trades training school but should be more than this. Corporations were dominant forces in the economic life of the province and most corporations were controlled from outside the province. PROSPECTS POOR Students therefore should be given information on how many firms are controlled in Alberta, their manpower require, ments and who determines them. The brief said student employment prospects are poorer this year than ever before. He blamed the situation on a "crisis of over-production." It was "jrresi>onsible" for job-oriented faculties to expand their enrolments without paying any attention to their students' ultimate job opportunities. "What is necessary is a systematic evaluation of how a provincially - financed institution actually serves the needs of the community that pays for it." SMITH AIRS VIEWS Commision member Dr. Sam Smith, president of the University of Lethbridge, said he believed in "dramatic" change in education, not "gutless" efforts at bringing change from within the existing structure. Education must be something "beyond training and certification,' he said, adding that change had not come as rapidly as he wanted at his own in-stitution. WESTERN WESR and the Indian Rodeo Cowboy Assoc. Proudly Present the INTERNATIONAL ALL-INDIAN INDOOR RODEO and SHOW OCTOBER 2-3-4 TONIGHT - 8 p.m., SAT. - 8 p.m., SUN. - 2 p.m. Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion OVER $6000 IN PRIZE MONEY TROPHIES IN ALL EVENTS: Friday, Oefeber 2, T970 - THE LrTHBRIDGE HERALD - 19 SAVINGS TONIGHT IS FAMILY NITE Mom, Dad, and 2 students for only 3.00 ADDED EVENTS: Joe Saddleback and his world famous dance troupe featuring his 2 �oni performing the hoop dance I Miss Laverna McMaster - Miss Indian Princess of Canada I Indian Children Dance Group Rodeo Clown-Mickey Bagnell ONLY THE 10 TOP FINALISTS IN EACH EVENT WILL BE COMPETING Advance tickets on sale at Herb's Western Wear, Marcel's Club Cigar Store, Marcel's Smoke Shop and Doug's Music and Sports. Adults $2.00 Students (13-18 with cards) Sl.OO Children (12 and under with parents) FREE Apple Tree Row CALGARY (CP) - Ed Burgoyne, the manager of an urban renewal project from which an apple tree disappeared, told a public inquiry Thursday he did not give Aid. John Kushner permission to take an apple tree. Aid. Kushner testified at the inquiry Wednesday that he received permission from Mr. Burgoyne to take the tree and eventually moved it to his son's home. Mayor Rod Sykes told the inquiry, which is investigating civic affairs of the last 10 years, that when he invited the men into his office to discuss the matter last June, Mr. Burgoyne was somewhat excited, confused and contradictory. "Mr. Kushner was also some-wbat excited, confused and contradictory." The mayor said that during the meeting Mr. Burgoyne could not recall discussing the tree with Aid. Kushner but later told police he had not given permission. Wednesda y,Mr. Kushner said the investigation of the tree removal was blown out of proportion and "I'm sick of it." Picket Line Withdrawn CALGARY (CP) - A picket line of employees on strike against Albertia'-National Drug Co. Ltd. has been withdrawn from a delivery firm warehouse pending a court application to have the line prohibited. The picket was placed around Western Messenger and Transfer Ltd. last week by the drug company employees who said the building is being used as a temporary warehouse to break the strike. Western Messenger applied for a court injunction against the picket and a Supreme Court hearing was adjourned without a further date set. The 39 employees went on strike to back demands for wage increases of between 18 and 24. per cent. AT SAFEWAY! Prices Effective in Uthbridge Oct. 2-3. Round Steak Full Cut, Bone In, Canada Choice, Canada Good Beef........lb. 95 B & E HARDWARE IS Pork Spareribs * 75' THEIR ENTIRE APPLIANCE DEPARTMENT FINAL EVERYTHING MUST GO! All Stock Drastically Reduced | | No Reasonable Offer Refused FACTORY SERVICE-TERMS-FREE DELIVERY ALL SALES FINAL - OPEN THURSDAY TILL 9 P.M. B & E HARDWARE 414 13th STREET NORTH (FORMERLY lYLE'S HARDWARE) PHONE 328-3545 Sirknn Steak Trimmed Before Weighing, Canada Choice, Canada Good Beef____...... lb. 1 .29 Pork Roasts -  - 53' 6.C. Mac J\pples Canada Commercial Grade ]St lb. Approx. 19-lb. Handipack A tasty between-meal treati Potatoes ^ 20 Emperor Grapes Corn Flakes Bread Kellogg's Cereal .... 12-oz. net wt. pkg. Polly Ann White or Brown, Sliced 20 oz. loaf Empress or Pudding Assorted 3-4-oz. net wt. pkg. { JeHy Powders Ground Cof f 66 ^�h-":-.'-;^.. 1"^^ Assorted Peas Tomato Cheddar Juice Taste Tells Canada Choice ........ 14-fl. oz. tin Taste Tells ..... n-fl. oz, btle 0 R Safeway Brand Random Cuts OFF ORIG. PRICE Lalani, Pineapple 48 oz. tin Evaporated Alpha 16-oz. net Wt. tin Jubilee T2-0Z., net wt tin 1 .00 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. SAFEWAY CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED ;