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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETHBP.IDCt HERALD Tuesday, Oclober 12, 1971 f V wiV IT'S NOT MODERN ART This appears to be modern art, but it isn't. Rather, it's a drum lounge cne of the now furniture pieces by Italian designer Guiseppe Rai- mondi. He USDS urothone foam covered stretch fabric for this creation. When not in use, it looks like a brightly colored sculpture, right. Classrooms on wheels in Neiv York suit NEWARK iAPi Inter-- Ltd. charging them with "amli- national financier Hubert ciously" injuring his reputation. Vesco filed a MO-millitm libel i The suit, filed in U.S. District suit against eight shareholders'Court here, alleges the eight in Investors Overseas Services., investors published a statement maligning the Boonton, N.J., financier. Vcsco charged the statemen was distributed at a sharehold ers' meeting in Geneva in June The suit says the statement charged Vesco and his firm, In ternational Controls Corp. o Fairfield, N.J., with entering into a "conspiratorial and un- lawful plan to take advantage of the beleagured position" of IDS, the giant Swiss-based mu- tual fund. Vcsco had emerged as the dominant figure in the affairs of IDS after he came up with the billions of dollars in loans nec- essary to keep the firm afloat during the 1969-70 business slump. The suit alleges the eight shareholders, most of whom live in Europe, charged Vesco with plotting to "loot and plunder" the assets of IDS. Vesco, 35, said he was sub- jected to "hatred, scorn, con- tempt, ridicule, and disrespect" because of the statement. In seeking the million, the suit charges his reputation for "integrity and honesty" were injured by the charges made gainst him. The statement distributed to the stockholders had urged them to vote against Vesco. BOMBER CRASHES PARIS (Reuter) A French air force Mirage IV nuclear bomber crashed during a train- ing flight today, killing its two- man crew and injuring n civil- ian, the air force announced. It said (he plane was not carrying nuclear weapons. CAM BARNES on City Council FOR A i CONTINUING I PROGRESSIVE 1 PROSPEROUS CITY 6 Presently an Alderman on Cily Council since 1968 O Vitally interested in the proper development of West Lethbridge Concerned about the core of the city that contributes o large share of the tax dollars to ihe city O Successfully owned and operated own shoe business in Lo'hbridge for the past 20 years Involved in community service work O Vitally interested in Ihe continued growth of secondary industry in Ihe cily CM WEDNESDAY, OCT. 13th VOTE I, J. Cam I X Inserted by J. Com Barnes, C.G.A. Aldormank Candidate College courses for the passengers NEW YORK (AP' Two metropolitan-area railways will offer college-level cnnrsos to passengers aboard their com- muter lines starting hiler this mciitli. The LonR Island Itail Koad, which has convcrti'il an old coach into a classro-im, inaugu- rates its courses Oct. with graduate credit. The Jersey Central Railroad starts its program Oct. 27. A'o college LT'-'I'ts will bt1 ?t !oKt at i beginning. OLt.a- Long Island Rail 'toad ''classroom" will move Port Jefferson on this inking all local stops to p-" i possible commuter-stu- dents as well as all oilier riders. The course itself will start at Huntington in Suffolk G.'imty and end at Hunters Point in the Queens section of Now York City. The "learning" trip takes about an hour and115 minutes. The LIRR's Port Jefferson line carries some com- muters daily. About fares daily use all branches of the LIRE system. The Jersey Central projed is a coir.hincd effort of tire rail- way, New York University and Commuter Education Services, Inc. As a starter, a section of cne car of Ihc a.m. from Matawan, N.J.. will house a course in Literature in the '70s. A portable wall will divide stu- dents from the rest of the ri- ders. There will be lectures, dis- c u s s i o n s and examinations, ccstir.g each student between ?GO and Barbara Black, head of the commuter services organiza- tion, says actual academic credit may be offered il the classes catch on with Jersey Central's daily riders. Under the aegis of Adelphi University in Garden City, N.Y., four courses will be available to LIRE commuters. Of eight- or 12-week duration, there will be separate into the -wanted man arrested LONDON (Renter) Brit- ain's most-waited man, Freder- ick Joseph Sewell, was arrested today by police in a raid on houses in tte scrdy North Lon- don suburb of Sewell bas been on the run since Aug. 23 after the killing of a police superintendent in the northwest England resort of Blackpool during a jewel robbery. Supt. Gerald Richardson, 39, shot in the stomach as he grappled with a gunman during a chase of five masked men in Blackpool after the jewel rob- bery. He died in hospital. Two police constables were wounded by shots during the chase but they recovered. On the seventh day of the hunt, four men appeared in court accused of the robbery and were remanded. VIETS TRY BANANAS SAIGON iReuter) South Vietnam is planning to cultivate bananas with hopes for a possi- ble export market to Japan yearly. city and Monday- Wednesday-I1'riday, and Tues- day-Thursday. Adelphi Dean Julius Liff sakl the courses are aimed at ac- quiring credits toward a mas- ter's degree in business admin- istration. He said Ihsrc will be a separate professor for each course, and that the charge will be live college's standard fee of ?82 a credit. Dr. Liff was enthusiastic about the Long Island's provi- sion for proper teaching facili- ties. He said swivel chairs have been provided in the classroom coach, plus carpeting, a public address Fvttcm and "all the lat- est visual aids." For SCHOOL BOARD HE Will PUT THE NEEDS OF THE STUDENTS ABOVE ALL ELSE VOTE SIMPSONS -SEARS 1st Birthday Sale Continues Shop early f oi- liest selection! Ladies' Fall Fashion Dresses Regular Catalogue Price to Up-to-the-minute styling at an up-to-the-minute price And at these prices, how could you miss? Choose from easy-care, easy-wear acrilan, rayon knits and orlon knits in many, many favorite styles. Misses' and half sizes. Ladies' Dress Department STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. to p.m. Wednesday 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Cenlro Village. Telephone 323-9231 ity Council Vote A. "NAP" MILROY ;