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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THt LFTHMIDOI HBtAlO Students Favor Limit On Foreign Teachers SAM SMITH Education changes Incentive Grant For Trail Firm OTTAWA CP Glenmerry Sawmills of has been awarded an incentive grant of about for con struction of a pulp chips the regional expansion depart ment announced Construction of the plant is scheduled to begin this EDMONTON CP The Alberta Association of Students told a royal commission that nonCanadian students and fac ulty members should be limit ed to 10 per cent of the total at all Alberta The limit would ensure that all qualified Albertans could be accommodated at a time when costcutting is affecting the association said in a brief to the commission on educational planning headed by Walter The association also said that education should be free at all levels in the The presented by President Jim also urged pegging of faculty sala ries at the level of the average salary paid Canadian workers establishment of free daycare centres for children of student mothers and joint studentin structor control of all policy making bodies on an equal The University of Alberta Students said universi ties should show more concern about job opportunities for The brief said that the uni versity has become a trades training school but should be more than Corporations were dominant orces in the economic life of he province and most corpora ions were controlled from out side the PROSPECTS POOR Students therefore should be given information on how many irms are controlled in Al berta their manpower require ments and who determines The brief said student em ployment prospects are poorer this year than ever He blamed the situation on a crisis of It was irresponsible for joboriented faculties to expand their enrolments without pay ing any attention to theirstu dents ultimate job opportuni What is necessary is a sys tematic evaluation of how i provincially financed institu tion actually serves the needs of the community that pays for SMITH AIRS VIEWS Comimsion member Sam president of the Univer sity of said he be lieved in dramatic change in not gutless efforts at bringing change from within the existing Education must be something beyond training and certifica he adding that hange had not come as rapid as he wanted at his own IESTERS WEJB and the Indian Rodeo Cowboy Proudly Present the INTERNATIONAL ALLINDIAN INDOOR RODEO and SHOW OVER IN PRIZE MONEY TROPHIES IN ALL EVENTS OCTOBER 234 TONIGHT 8 8 2 Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion TONIGHT IS FAMILY NITE and 2 students for only ADDED EVENTS Jon Saddleback and hit world famoui dance troupe featuring hii 2 loni performing the hoop dance Miii Laverna McMaster Indian Princesi of Canada Indian Children Dance Group Rodeo ClownMickey Bagnell ONIY THE 10 TOP flNAUSTS IN EACH EVENT WILL BE COMPETING Advance tickets on sale at Herbs Western Marcels Club Cigqr Marcels Smoke Shop and Dougs Music and Adults Students 1318 with cards Children 12 and under with parents FREE Apple Tree Row CALGARY CP the manager of an urban renewal project from which an apple tree disappear told a public inquiry Thurs day he did not give John Kushner permission to take an apple Kushner testified at the inquiry Wednesday that he re ceived permission from Burgoyne to take the tree and eventually moved it to his sons Mayor Rod Sykes told the in which is investigating civic affairs of the last 10 that when he invited the men into his office to discuss the matter last Mr Burgoyne was somewhat ex confused and contradic Kushner was also some what confused and CODi The mayor said that during the meeting Burgoyne could not recall discussing the tree with Kushner but later told police he had not given W e d n e s d a Kushner the investigation of the tree removal was blown out of proportion and Im sick of Picket Line Withdrawn CALGARY CP A picket line of employees on strike against AlbertaNational Drug has been withdrawn from a delivery firm ware house pending a court applica tion to have the line The picket was placed around Western Messenger and Transfer last week by the drug company employees who said the building is being used as a temporary warehouse to break the Western Messenger applied for a court injunction against the picket and a Supreme Court hearing was adjourned without a further date The 39 employees went on strike to back demands for wage increases of between 18 and per Round Steak Pork Spareribs Sirloin Steak Full Bone Canada Canada Good Government Trimmed Before Canada Canada Good ADD UP THE SAVINGS AT SAFEWAY Prices Effective in Lethbridge 95 75 PorkRoasts Potatoes Emperor Grapes Corn Flakes Bread Jelly Powders Canada Commercial Grade 9 B E HARDWARE IS THEIR ENTIRE APPLIANCE DEPARTMENT FINAL WEEK EVERYTHING MUST GO P All Stock Drastically Reduced No Reasonable Offer Refused FACTORY SERVICETERMSFREE DELIVERY ALL SALES FINAL OPEN THURSDAY TILL 9 B E HARDWARE 414 13th STREET NORTH FORMERLY lYLES HARDWARE PHONE 3283545 Canada 2 Atosty betweenmeal treat Kelloggs Cereal net Polly Ann White or Sliced 20 loaf Empress or Pudding Assarted net btle Safeway Brand Random Cuts Assorted 6 Tomato Catsup Cheddar Cheese Juice Evaporated Milk Luncheon Meat 20 UJS Pineapple Alpha net tin Jubilee net wt WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT SAFEWAY CANADA SAFEWA ;