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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _. LETHBRIDGS HERALD Thursday, 5 i, 1'72 Minister opposes appointment JIM FOSTER EDMONTON (CF) Opin- ions of faculty and students will be considered when a final de- cision is made whether to reap- point Barry Moore as IK ad of Grunt MacEwan Community College, Jim Foster, minister of advanced' education, said Wednesday. The Alberta cabinet minister said in a telephone interview from Winnipeg he does not sup- port the appointment of Mr. Moore to a second term as chair- man of the board of governors, i but his opinion has milling tc do with Mr. Moore's support oi the New Democratic Party. "I didn't know oi his affilia- tion until he raised matter SPECIAL MEETING All persons interested in the continuation of the LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY BAND are asked to attend a special meeting at the BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE Friday, September p.m. n a meeting a few days ;aid Mr. Foster. Mr. Moore received firm support from the students' and Investors buy more shares WINNIPEG (CP) R. H. Jones, president of the Inves- tors Group said today the com- pany has acquired an addi- tional shares of tire Mon- treal Trust Co. on the open market. Mr. Jones said this brings the Investors holdings to 5C5 shares, approximately "T per cent of the total outstand- ing shaves of Montreal Trust. acuity. associations after he earned Friday he would not be returned for his second tliree- 'ear term as chairman of the ward. Mr. Foster said the Conser- vative government is atlcmpt- ng to establish'a "pattern" of appointments to the province's community colleges. New chair- men have been appointed at University of Alberta, Univer- sity of Calgary and community colleges at Lethbridge and Med- icine Hat. The system would be in ser- ious trouble if we checked poli- tical affiliation first." Mr. Foster was in Winnipeg for a Canadian Education Asso- ciation conference. A former Social Credit educa- tion minister, Bob Clark, today called for the resignation of Mr. roster because of liis "shabby" treatment of Mr. Moore and the ;eneral indecision of the mini- ster. "It points to panic govern- ment as far as I'm said Mr. Clark, who suggested VIr. Foster should be made an associate minister of the de- partment of education. Mr. Clark predicted recent difficulties at Red Deer College and the current dispute at Grant MacEwan would be fol- lowed by difficulty at Mount Royal College in Calgary. He did not elaborate. TICKETS STILL AVA1LABIE For The P.M. LECTURE OF DR. CLAUDE BISSELL Former President of University of Toronto Lecture to be held Saturday, September 23rd In the Physical Education Fine Arts Building University of Lethbridge Free Ticket] are available at the Information Booth Main Level Academic Residence Building Report shows teachers are 'goofing off OTTAWA 'Sick- ness is a matter of timing, or so it seems among Car- leton separate school tcacli- ers. A report on teacher ab- prepared for the Carleton separate school board, found that 90 per cent of absences were "one- day illnesses" that oc- curred most frequently on Fridays or Mondays before or after. statutory holidays. The finding, suggested one board member, tends to indicate that teachers are "goofing off." ON SALE NOW! FIRST PRINTING JUST COMPLETED! A BOOK OF INTEREST TO ALL SOUTH ALBERTANS "Come Hell or High Water" by DR. OWEN G. HOLMES A NEW BOOK OFFERING AN OUTSTANDING ACCOUNT OF THE GESTATION, BIRTH AND VERY EARLY INFANCY OF THF UNIVERSITY of LETHBRIDGE CANADA'S. CENTENNIAL. UNIVERSITY PER COPY Available at THE HOUSE of BOOKS U of L BOOK STORE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Planners under fire CALGARY (CP> Many community planners appear to have walled themselves off from the community, says Tom Murphy of Pollution Probe in Toronto. 'I think that's he said at the closing session of the Community Planning Asso- ciation of Canada. "In order for community planners to have empathy for the community they have to care." He said his experience as leader of a conference work- shop was that many delegates were unaware of the lives poor people lead. "I feel that many people are very isolated in their home communities and life styles from many of the problems that Canadians are facing.' DELEGATES RELUCTANT Delegates attending his work shop were reluctant to cons id er new ideas, he said. "There was not a great deal of crea- tivity." Some delegates were unwill- ing to express their ideas though they obviously dis- agreed with pollution probe's approach to combatting pollu- tion, he said. "One person suggested that maybe the way to handle me was to take me out in the back alley and beat me up. Interesting response." Ken Murray of Burnaby, B.C., said he wonders whether the association really repres- ents the views of the commun- ity. The association did not hold discussions with anti-pov- erty groups during the confer- ence. TRANSITION STAGE Richard Bell of Calgary, chairman of the closing ses- sion, said the association was in a transition stage. "I would hope that we would have much more involvement of community organizations." Only 24 of the 500 delegates represented community organi- zations. Association officials said they had only succeeded in get- ting a grant from, the fed- eral government to finance com- munity representatives. Other delegates included planners, politicians, develop- ers and ordinary citizens. TV HIGHLIGHTS; THURSDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Tlio Day Hie Hot Line Got p.m., Ch. 7. In Barcelona a taggage mixup catapults a young man into an international 'crisis. COMEDY: George, 1 p.m., Ch. 13. This is the debut of a halt-hour series starring George, a mischievous St. Bernard. The series is set in Switzerland. COMEDY: "The I-iltle p.m., Ch. 13. Brian Keith stars in this series set in Hawaii with Brian playing a pediatrician. COMEDY: Carol Bumell, 8 p.m., Ch. T. Andy Griffith and singer Helen Reddy are Carol's guests. MOVIE DRAMA: "To Die in 8 p.m., Ch. 13. An escape from a Nazi prison during World War II and a hunt for a French underground leader. MOVIE DRAMA: "She 9 p.m., Cli. 7. A dead woman seeks vengeance fa a TV movie about a bride who is possessed by her husband's first wife. COMEDY: George Kirby, 10 p.m., Cli. 13. Arte Johnson joins George in an Astaire-Rogers spoof and a holdup sketch, COMEDY: Maude, p.m., Cli. 7. A comedy about Maude's campaign to prove she's no bigot. FRIDAY .INTERVIEW: Joan Walcrfield, a.m., Ch. T. Jim- my Logan of the White HeaUier concert party will be Joan'3 special guest. MOVIE COMEDY: "liaising a 1 p.m., Cfl. 13. A man tries to handle his three children while his wife is on a trip to Canada. Emergency session is called VICTORIA (CP) Premier Dave Barrett announced Wed nesday that an emergency ses sion of the British Columbia legislature will be held nex month. The premier made the an noun cement after he emerged from the first cabinet meeting of the new NDP government He said the special session wil be held "sometime in October.' Details will be announced bj the provincial secretary. Mr. Barrett had said carlie he had virtually decided tc call a special session to dea with the NDP campaign prom ise of a guaran teed income for old age pen sioners. Buffalo sale tenders open EDMONTON (CP) Tend ers will be considered toda for sale of 100 yearling buffal from Elk Island National Park about 20 miles east of Ed men ton. Tenders have been invite from across Canada to stimi late interest in raising com mercial herds while keepin the population within park compatible with availahl range. More than a dozen herd have been established in Can ada as a result of sales in 1968 1969 and 1971. The animals, to be sold i four blocks of 13 females an 12 males each at a minimui of an animal, may nc be purchased for sale slaughter. Additionally, bidding is ope only to Canadian residents, re istered Canadian partnershi; or companies incorporated un der Canadian law. SHOCK TREATMENT Certain tribes of Soulh Amci can Indians have treated cas of rheumatism with electric ec shocks. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs t.re lilted by the radio and tolevliion iloiloni. Any variation in program schedule is dug to lair- minure changes by the stations and is not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Morley McGill and Allan Self: Conlemporary Doug Marvini Contemporary Sports leo Dow: Farm News MONDAY Jhru FRIDAY Trading Post Grain Prices 5: DO Bury I Clark Leo Dow Call of Land Farm News John Oliver Dave King Dob HeskeJh Farm News Jack Neuield Chee tine CaUle Prices Paul THURSDAY NIGHT World at Jotm Walker Request Line John Charles Terry Vogl CJOC Show FRIDAY JTm Elliot CBC News CHEC FM Wayne Barry Probe 1330 News, Sport News end Grain Prices News, Wthr., Sports Hourly MOW. THRU SAT. Bob Concle Oon Hedman Dor; McMssler Don MacMaster CBR Radio 1010 Catgary Prairie Chamber Music Canadian THURSDAY NIGHT Home Run News World at Six As It Happens Muslcscope ._____ News, WJhr, Sporli Eye Opener From the Capitals World at Efght Rve Nights a Week Eye Opener Thli Country Radio Noon Stockfiiarket Max Ferguson Home Run News Nrws World at Six See It It's New at ANGLO MODEL TC126CS SONY PORTABLE STEREO CASSETTE-CORDER WIVH SEPARATE SPEAKER SYSTEM Take unit anywhere. Fealuresi tape selector switch for chromium dioxide tapej 3 wait output through both speakers; pause but fan; adjustable monitor sound independ- ent of recording level; automatic recording level; record but- ton can be pre-set before recording to check sound source; 3 digit tape counter; fades for line inputs and outputs; swing balance mechanism; automatic shut-off in oil models; SSI6 speaker system, AC cord, batteries, one point stereo microphone F99S, carrying case, earphone, handy carrying DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and flkotoptapluc 419 5th ST. S, PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) THURSDAY NIGHT Wvovle: Bui He Be- Luncheon Dale Let's Make a Deal yond the Sim (c) Pink Panther Teleprobe 7 Movie: Day the Hot Line Got Hof Farm Facts Movln: Sho Waifs Maude News Teleprobe 7 Bandwagon Wizard of Oz Super Heroes Mr. Dressup Friendly Gisnl Chez Helens Joan Walerfield Trulh Consequences Klara's Kornre Hollywood Srars Ed Allan Show TaRe 30 EdgB o( Might Family Court Drop In Lei's Make a Deal CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) THURSDAY NIGHT News Trouble with Tracy News Eye BeJ Merv Griffin Sfww Canada-Russia FRIDAY Hockey (el Thought for Day Fllnfstoncs University of Air Movie: Raising Romper Room Canada A.M. Yoga tc) Community Calendar Fashions 1n Sewing Slar Tr, Parlons Fraiuals Doris Day Anything You Can Do Star Trek Paul News (c) Kreskln George Little People Movie: To Die fn Paris George Kirby Here Come the 70 a Riot (c) Somerset Whal'i tfie Good AnVJhing You Can Do [c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) THURSDAY NIGHT News News Adam 12 Sanford and Son Firp Wilson Ironside (c) Dean Marlin News Tonight FRIDAY News Understanding Our Concenlralion World As the WorJd Turns Salute AgrkuMura (c) Today Show [c) The Doctors (c) Today In Monfsna Another World Price is R1ghh [c) Storm Sale of Century Mike Douglas Hollywood Squares Family Affair Jeopardy (c) Jokers Wild Wrto, What, IVews Gamn News (c) KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 {Cablevision Ch. 11) THURSDAY NIGHT News (c) News Trulh or Consequences Mod Squad The Owen MarshaIJ TV.5 News Movie: Adam's Woman FRIDAY Farm Ncwi 6-30 News Captain Kangaroo News (c) Jack Audrey Galfoping Gourmet Where Heart Is News Search for Tomorrow All My Children Make Peal Ncwlywcd Gams News [c] General Hospital One Lita to Live Days Of Our Lives 2r30 Dinah's Place Three on a Match Dating Game (c( Splif Sccorvd1 Bewitched (c) Password (c) ;