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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednttdoy, Jsnuoiy 10, WJ _ IJTHMIPSI HftAlB _ Pearson campus plan pushed TORONTO i'CP) Lr a group o' Canadia-.i industrialists, pro- fessors, clergy, jurists scd pri- vate citizens has its way. the recently authorized United Na- University '.vill become a memorial to former prime miiv Lester B. Pearson. The group meet here nesrt Monday with interested mem- bers of the public to form the B. Pearson Memorial Foundation. Walter H. Davis, executive secretary of the Respiratory Diseases Association and co-or- dinatcr oi nest week's meedna. said in an interview Tuesday that the foundation's primary 2im yould be to have the uni- versjry Darned as a memorial to Mr. Pearson. A second objective would be to have the university set up in i Canada and a third, to have it established in Toronto. Mr. Pearson's birthplace and the in which be anended uni- "Bui our primary aim is to it named as a memorial to >Lr. Pearson. DO matter i: is located." said Mr. Davis. A world university a dream he had and he didn't live iocs enough to see it fulfilled." GOES BACK TO 1931 The idea of a world univer- cojceiuraurjs the in- telieoturJ resources of :Jie on g'.otval problems, first was p-jT forward at the League of Nsticcs in I: tccA mere than 50 years, b-j; oj Dec 11. the VrJit-d formal'.y cU'hor- irtd '.he of suci ZL: iisaruiioa by a voce of 101 to 7. four TT.O tL-jx-ersr.-'s charier DOW i? bor.g drav.r, up ard a deci- siori on a rite is expected 10 be in Jurte. Dr. R. Morgan, cisimiaa of ihe depsrimeLi of si tb? Vraversirv of ToroT.o member of tlM? foundatior. comminee. said T-jescay ibs; ihe date for choosing a lesi-es his group lime :o naiiorjal "Canada has to come up with strong package at the UN if j are to be said Dr. Morgan. "If don't get s-ozg rjprcn aixi the jfCrTa! goverpnien; ihercby i1. down on its Usi ci priorities, then our enorts wil] fail" Dr. Morgan's !ear tha; the fewra] gorerTraerjf might only Juten-ann to the idea is based ia part on tbe cm-em- nesi's hesitarior. a: suppanirg the idea pf a word university ui Lhs t'L-si plact. i TTner. the idea came up for i ttfore the ecoaornc and fi. r.uLnciai o: the United Naoons in it c.'L-ried by a of :a fj on'.y contrary comins the Sjrie; Union aad iis allies. CANADA ABSTAINED However, there Afexico and John E. RicSeils. chairraar. o; Lhe international of Ire Canadiar, Home and School Association, long a proponent of a world 'jniversdtr. and a mein- be.- o: the foundation com- said Tuesday that Csn- ahsientiori reared froii a ces-re no: 1o orwse an ear- lier taier, bv ;he Un'ted "Tne U.S. had beer, opposes fe idea through f--.riier coramitlee votes, and had been un- not wsnrirK to oprxse ine V.S. afti- fcoe." Mr. Ric-kors. "Htrafvor. i: be-rir.v? obviwjs the would earn- in 3: the Us; moment ire U.S. changed" the final vo-te was taken Pec. 11. the U.S. and Ci-.3C2 suppiTied the idea. 'fr. Pe.-rson. who ir. his latter yc-'rs Tras chairman of the ln- searv-h Centre, ftrtrsly c-ited the idea of a world u> versity. I- a to Mr. Ricketts d.rcd Jan. 1S70. Mr. Pear- so-. 7-rote: "Like you. I hope :hat the now un- ce-ssen by ihe United N'aiors the world university! up wXi some positive rec-' "I can thini of no heaer .'o- sui-h a university thin i- and I rf0 'A-hat I mriidVED CROP iT' Quebec's r says the Mtielvrry crop was i y .n-MX.nod in isr: Culti.' '.i-: ;C.T rc.xivfn cs-. 'c-i ;-vn their compared 5i in 1971. I SALE STARTS TOMORROW SALE STARTS TOMORROW JAN. llth JAN. 11th ANUARY REVY BUDGET PLAN PAHERNED AXMINISTER PILE SHAG MADE FROM 80% WOOl 20% NYLON FROM NYLON RBRE Exlrfl heovy pile weight Two tons colouring Rated for Heavy traffic areas REVELSTOKE ExausrvE yd- Beit quality. 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