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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Sspttmber 10, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 Professors Asked To Boycott SFU VANCOUVER (CP) The Canadian Sociology and An- thropology Association has asked professors in its field to boycott Simon Fraser Univer- sity in suburban Burnaby. In a letter released here, as- sociation president Jan. J. Lotibser said sociology and an- thropology professors should not accept appointments at SFU, and it they work there now, they should leave. The association's executive committee called for the boy- cott because what it termed SFU president Dr. Kenneth Strand's flagrant disregard for the university community. Dr. Strand earlier fired an- thropologist Kathleen Aberle and political scientist David Potter and has refused to rein- state four other suspended pro- fessors. All are, or were, with the political science, sociology and anthropology departments at SFU and were suspended from teaching last October for parti- cipating in what Dr. Strand called an illegal strike. Mr. Loubser said in Ms let-1 ter that his committee appea ed to the Canadian Association of University Teachers "to im pose ifce strongest possible cen sure measures on presiden Strand and the board of gover nors." He said the decision to cal the boycott was made becausf Dr. Strand's refusal to ac- cept the reinstatement recom mendation o! a special review panel. Dr. Strand said he refusa because the panel hadn't take any evidence. Standard Liquor Laws Suggested CALGARY (CP) Canada should standardize its liquor laws and do away with some of the more archaic regula- tions, says Oscar B. Grubert of Winnipeg, president of the Ca- nadian Restaurant Association. "Let's decide fair laws am make them standard across the foe told a news con- ference here. He said a tourist who comes to Canada can visit British Co- lumbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan Manitoba and encounter four different sets of drinking rules. "Frankly, even I get con- fused." Sines becoming president of the association last March, Mr. Grubert has travelled exten- sively for the organization. And bo has discovered that the sta. his of Sunday service varies is each province. "We look ridiculous In the of a visitor." Mr. Grubert said the Ontario liquor board's practice of not panting a new licence if a res- taurant can "hold out for six months or a year is a ridicu- lous measuring stick." A restaurant, be said, should tw granted a licence because it IMS the right premises, the right food and the ability to serve food and liquor. HIGH HEALTH COST LONDON (Reuters) The pharmaceutical industry1! office of health economics said Sunday that Canada spends 9.7 per cent of national income on health. Next in order is the United States, Sweden and France, with Britain lagging with six per cent. BUY NOW AND SAVE AT THESE BAPCO DEALERS HOYTS 606-3 Avenue, S. 327-57BT 324-13 Street, N. 328-4441 MARTENS PRO HARDWARE 1904-20 Avenue, Coaldale.Alta. 345-4322 MARVAN BUILDING SUPPLIES 240-13 Street, M. 327-5533 MAGRATH TRADING CO. LTD. Magrath, Alta. 758-3085 SPENCER'S PRO HARDWARE 295 Main Street, Cardston, Alta. 653-3062 HARDWARE 117 Centre Street, Poremost, Alta. 867-3618 LUMBER CO, 367-25 Street, Fort Macleod.Alta. Twoof the world s great masterpieces: exterior house paint U MOULIN DEIA SALETTSIMAUHJCS UTRIU.O) 30 X 24 WBHEI Save on this. Get this for only (Similar savings on our other paints below) (Ona of six famous prints listed at and more In the Paint up and decorate too. Great savings on Bapcos finest prairie-proven finishes including our most famous exterior paints! This Is a rare offer, too good to pass up. You save on quamy Bapco paints and for Just and the purchase of one gallon or more you can have a beautiful, faithful reproduction of a world-famous masterpiece. There are six for you to choose from. And remember, Bapco paints are prairie-proven They are given gruelling tests in the laboratory and outside, under extreme climate and weather conditions far in excess of anything they will have to com- bat normally. You just couldn't buy better paint Sosee your Bapco dealer now, He's In tha Yellow Pages. Hurry! Sale and print offer ends September 26. BAPCO EXTERIOR GLOSS HOUSE PAINT Gallons Sale price each BAPCO SNOW WHITE ENAMEL Gallons Sale price each BAPCO BAPROK EXTERIOR LATEX Gallons Sale price each BAPCO INTERIOR FLAT LATEX Gallons Sale price each BAPCO INTERIOR SEMI-GLOSS ENAMEL Gallons Sale price each Quarts Regularly Sale price each Quarts Regularly Sale price each Quarts Regularly Sale price each Quarts Regularly Sale price each Quarts Regularly Sale price each 10 65 80 BAPCO QUALITY PAINT3 ;