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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta TRAVELLING TO EUROPE We ore ogtnls for TRAFALGAR, GLOBAL, and SOUTHDOWN TOURS Let us arrange your land ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILIACE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, -Monday, January 29, 1973 PAGES 9 TO 18 IETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Moll Lelhbridge, Alberto Phone (403) 323-7411 CHAIRS U of L senate has recruiting role By IIEHB LEGG Herald Staff Writer An opportunity to boost en- rolment'at the University o( Lethbridge was placed squarely in the laps of universiry sena- tors Saturday by U oi L vice- president Dr. (Ken Holmes. Dr. Holmes told ihe senate it is the respocsibUity oi each in- dividual member 10 boost the prosrams ar.d image of the university in communities throughout Southern Alberta. "We're the most primitive in- stitution in .Alberta with respect to recruitment or students. I think it's because we don't be- lieve in it." he said. Dr. Holmes said ihe univer- sity seems to have a phrenic attitude1' toward public relations. "We must do better in get- ting across the image of the university, what it offers and what it can do lor tie people of Southern Alberta. "The university has very liitle stance in the minds of the peo- ple of Alberta, even in the south. VVe're not exactly a household wore.'1 Dr. Holmes said. "I can't remember the minister oi education (Lou Hyctiman) or the minister oi I advanced education (Jim Fos- ter) has made a positive re- mark about the value of a uni- vers'ty education in this pro-1 race.'1 Dr. Holmes said. His remarks were supported by U of L chancellor Dr. James 1 Oshiro: ''There is no question there is a general reversal of thinking by our young people as i far as higher education is con- cerned." he said. Action areas Downgraded He told the senate that atti- tudes toward a university edu- cation have been downgraded in the mirds o: potential stu- den'is by many elements in so- ciery including the Alberta education department. Dr. Holmes proposed four areas for immediate action by individual university' senators: Personal contact with high school principals and counsel- lors in rural communities, ex- plaining the programs and op- portunities at the U of L. 1 Each senator bring at least four members of his com- munity (parents, business lead- ers, students) to the U of L open house March 10. Each senator study the ''ossibility of making school i buses available to transport i rural students to the U o! L for persona.! inspection. Trans- portation of rural students could begin with tho March 10 open house and involve students from Grades 9 to 11. Seek facilities in individual cotTiniunities for the univer- sity's continuing education pro- gr2ir.s cost to tie I university. I Dr. Holmes said senators I must promote the U of L in I their home communities and must take an active, personal I icic-rest in tie U oi L relation to their town's education sys- em. i He also proposed four long- range programs, which individ- ual senators can use to help the U of L in rural areas: Promotion of S500 EChoIar- ships to the U of L in the 38 high schools In Southern Al- berLa. j Dr. Holmes suggested schol- arships to the university be ar- ranged by senators through per- sonal contact with business, fra- 1 temal and service organizations. in their communities. He cautioned senators not to place scholarship funds at Med- icine Hat in a competitive po- I siiion against Medicine Hat Col- i lege. "Possibly the award (in Med- icine HaO could be delayed un- such time as a student de- ciding originally to attend the 1 college decides, instead, to transfer to the University of Lethbridge.'' Dr. Holmes said. Record Group to study V of L insignia A seven-member will be organized by i_-.e Uni- vcrsirv of Lethhridge seraie to study designs for ihe institu- tion's coat-cf-anns. U of L chancellor Dr. James Oshiro said Lhe group 'R'ill in- clude hiaisel; ICQ irdversity president Dr. Bill Beckel eN members. U of L members are opposed to a formal coat-of-arrns at Lhe uni- versiry. "Members of Lhe Students' Society Council consider the CLIFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL IAE MSCICAl DENTAL BLDG. Lower Level PHONE 327-2622 AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING Alcon Refrigeration Lid. For iHe best buy in year round Ccmforl Fhone 327-iBI6 whole idea of srmouriol bear- ings to be outdated and no lor.ger valid in today's soci- ety." senators told in a Ic'.ter from the council. If a formal coat-of-arrus is anproved. sruder.ts said the uciversiiy motto should be in English and French. Designs aad a report on ar- raour-iol bearings are expect- ed to be presented at the next senate meeting. In other business Saturday, the senate: Accepted the resignation of Senator Leonard Hancy. Mr. K.iney has been appointed to the U of L board of governors. Welcomed PCTT senators Lorraine A i e 11 o. Co'.eman; Geoiirey Tagg. Foreracst: Harris. Ta'wr: Maurice .Mitchell. Le-.hbridgc. Received, in commitic-e. p. report from Lhe honorary de- grees committee. Names of honorary decree recipients are expected to he announced Februavv. Senators establish a con- tinuing record of students from each community who are alum- ni of the university and sure that this record is avail- able to school authorities and the public.'1 Senators organize at least one event each semester out- lining courses and available at the university. Such displays should be organized in i each rural community contain- ing a high school. Promote the benefits of: university education through personal contact with civic and j business leaders in each com-! munity without any particul- ar emphasis on a specific in- stitution. Granum girl, 8, is Alberta's 5th weekend fatality senators welcomed Dr. Jomes lefl, chancellor of the Universiry cf Letnbridge, newly cppcintsd members of the universiry senc'e to SsVjrdcy's sencie new are, Is1! to richf, Lorraine A-ei c, Gcrth Harris, frey Tagg, and Maurice Mitchell, Cll e.cc-es Vietnam role opposed Dr. Holmes' suggestions were approved in principal by the university senate. Dr. Oshiro saia approval can be interpret- ed as a willingness on the part of senators to become more ac- tively involved mih university promotion. KEY WORD IN DENTISTRY "PREVENTION" No longer is the old saying, "Brush your teeth after every rr.eal and see your dentisi twice a year" ihe ruling factor in dental health. Now the new concept is prevention and dentists by motivating their patients to learn lo conlrol ploque. At the beginning there may be frequent visili until the dentist has thoroughly instructed the paticnr in the technique. Then, a visit every four ii encouraged. Not too long ago, lots of cavities, chronic pxim problems and other dental ills were accepted everyday par! of living. But now, Hwi h helping to change all 1hii. FREE CITY-WIDE DELIVERY FSO.M. EITHER LOCATION DRAFFIN'S DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN FREE DELIVERY GEORGE Hoig Medical Bldg. 601 61 h Avc. S. Call 328-6133 RODNEY 401 Slh Si. S. Free Delivery Call 327.3364 Xew chairman appointed The Leihbridge Districi Japanese Garden Society elect a cew chairman Feti. 9 to A. W. Shackleford. cteinnan for the past three Tne society ejected a new board of directors last Directors elected for three- ye.ir terms Dr. Frank j.-.nk-ur-is. Aid. Tom Ferguson Liicl F r r. c i Hoye vt-ur leriiis. Doris Balcovske. Crcorpe ?Jid Dr. Bob liiror. aka. terms: Mrs. L T. Alien. Mr. Shackle- :crd and Dr. Gavin Kemp. HOME OWNERS! If your home ii left unaltended For even one night you should have a HONEYWELL WINTER WATCHMAN ftth unit pluas into any well out- Ut and a lamp is ihei plunged Into the unit. If Ihe temperature drops lo danger pciint ihe lamp en and your neighbor can call Chorlten and Hill Ltd. tc of the plar. is given by ihe student" Mr. ricn said any Letnbridge resi- dent, student or non-it uder.t. Thieves take from burer stands will be welcome to sigr. tne pe-' has been organized by arts stu- rior. if it is approved by the der.i Sidney Shugarman. students' council.' Shuearman said today he He said it is student; has seat his protest, signed by a. colleges throjahcu'. ihe 145 students, to External Ai- p-cvince will instigate similar fairs Minister Mitchell Sharp, anti-involvement petitions o- He said the peuticn. mailed campuses across Alberta. Jan. 23. camions tire federal At ihe University of government no; to allow Cans- bridge, a petition againt Can- dians to became scapegoats if adiaa involvement in Vietnam a Vietnam peace force fails. SCIENTIST TO SPEAK TO AFFAIRS COUNCIL Dr. Bob Church of ihe was 4S. Tiie largest versitv of Caisary speak when Dr. Walter V.'o-rth. author on his recent ier.ure as a gjes; of the Worth Report on educs- :o ihe Soviet Academy of Sci- tioral plar-ni-s: was the speaker ences a: Thursday's ir.eetL-p drew 13; persons. Public its ntailjic list. People An eight-yeir-old Granom dis- frict girl died Saturday after- noon in a farm accident, bring- ing the weekend death toll in Al- berta lo five. Lori Jean Bergen, daughter of Mr. ana Peter Bergen. died when she became entans- !ed in the electrical cord cf a grain auger on the family farm. Granum is 12 miles north of Fort Macleud. Fort Madeud Coroner Dr. T. J. Walker has said there will be no inquest into the death. A Canadian Press survev from 6 p.m. Friday to midnight i Smca; sr.-7.Ted f i v e Alber- deaths, three traffic deaths' in Saskatchewan, two in Man- Five for pound contract Five r-.c; :or p'jsrjor. c: pound secpcr had been re- ceived a: city haJl v.-ben tenders closed Frldiy. The lowest bid v-as H4.CW for pound iieerjlTjg for one year, but rr.ore Lhan money is involved in the to choose a dog catcher. Tosh Kanashiro. chief building in- spector says. Tnere mur. be an indication ir.at the sucfessfui bidder can organize the pound to be run as a business and that he has a system and the equipment ne- cessary for catching dogs, Mj. A hove the east of the con- tract, ihe city provide the arJ-a! shelter, the utilities for ihelter and food for the ani- captured. e p.yjnd keeper vri'j be re- for hirmg ho ovn the city recom- r.erids be three rr.en. 10 run two shifts per day to patrol the ciry for stray dogs. D'.iring the winter monCis. the- patrcls vsil] be for 1C hours The staff salaries will be paid cut of the contract. City Manager Tom Nutting decide within 60 who get the contract. Present pound services i 11 continue the decision is made. Dr. Church heid and pro- lessor, division of medical bio- cie-Ti.-irv. fam'tv of n-.odii-ir.e. His will A to the 1 Soviet Union: F.i-f.ectioiis of a 2W. Tnere is no monibTrstv.p -re. People wiio come 10 a liuviuvr. :2 r.ocn io p.m. a; ;r.- ii'-'-.e CT-; o; "o v Svon Ericxsfn's Family .v.ij'pri'r.tjt; p.ur.i.-.t 1; is open to the oxponsos "The M.v.'d bold In and topics. a Board meetings remain closed at university of the o: cin orr.or? ai ihe VnivcTSity of Leihbiiiico remain closed to tho public, alil'.o'.icli cpo- r.iv ovinsidoivd. .1 I' of L spokesman A on or in to allow media to aitond nicolincs. iL-unlly a month, is expertort Ix'fiiro laic Fc-bnian. i AHv.rla's olhor imivor- E. S. P. FOX Certified Denial Mechanic FOX (Lcth.) DENTAL LAB LTD. 704 Denial Bldg. Phone 327-6565 gary and the rniversiiy of .V- Holmes, in ;h? 1' bcrta their ir.dit.itc-d i-miVrf1 lo Ilic publi.-. drops .r iho No rmhlic sl.ilcniow will Iw sily c.-n !v ailributed to l.CC issued'by U of L prosidonl Dr. policies. Hill Pcvkcl ot- ii-o-prcsidi'm Boih Dr. Holmes snd Dr. Dr. Ovvt'n on charges FWvkol h.ivo refusod issiuM .l.in. ?S !-y Mi Dr. Siewan's Comnur.ii'.v Colleco president issue was not disciissod dur- Dr. C. D Sicw.irl. pub'.ii' sessions of the I" oi Dr. Steum. in a prop-imi S-iiuriViv. __ ____ stntemon! roic.isod lo Tlio Hcr- Bld. s.nd tho ur.ivorsily has si-riously tV.o im.ice of l.CC with the of ixiu- he. A public was lvkril by Dr. Stowarl from Uio uni- AKROYD'S PLUMBING, HEATING AND GASFITTING 54-HOUR SERVICE WORK Nrw I 32S-210D A 21-j.e2r-oid Ijeibbridg? vo- mau. missirig from her horae Eince v. as found dead SuDfey in ibe trict, south of New ton. Po- lice do not saspect fouJ Xo further details have released. Oliver Croir Eagle. 17, o: was foicd dead in bed at his inme early Siajrdav morning. c: death is be- beved to be suffocation. Coroner 'Dr. M. R. Hod-zson is UDdecid- ed about an inquest. Tivo men. Roy Pet- nek Wood. 35. and anoiber name has been withheld by police, found dead early Sunday morning in a imall car vdth the motor rojj- rdng. inside a garage. Carbon monoxide poisoning is bebeved to be the cause of death. Joseph pelacbat. 57. of Bas- sano. .Vta.. vas killed Siiaflay ir. E nro-car cilfi of here on the Trans Can- ada Highway. Police said Maria Wozniak. X. of Calgari'. a passenger in the other is in critical condition in Calgary hospital. StrathniOTe is SS miiss east of. An 18-yesr-oid Monts Lske. B.C.. kilJai Friday night in a single CET accident 30 miles east of Kamioops when his pickup truck plunged do'rn a 75-foot embankmeDt. teenagers were killed Sunday when their car was in collision ysiih an oncoming ve- hicle in Surrey. Their names were not released. 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