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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -Thursday, Octobtr 11, 1971 1HE inHBRIDCE HERALD 11 OFF AND RUNNING Cordelia Browne, 20 months, took her dog Lilli for a walk in Queen's Park in Toronto, but the walk soon turned into a romp for the dachshund and a tumble for Cordelia. Beckel outlines university role OTTAWA (CP) Universi- ties must limit their task to ex- clude being the "centre and the sustenance of the total revolu- tion demanded by the Dr. W. E. Beckel of the Uni- versity of Lethbridge said Wed- nesday "The university cannot and should not engage in social ac- he told the second na- tional conference on health manpower. Dr. Beckel, president desig- nate of the new Alberta univer- sity, said universities "cannot properly examine or even pre- scribe for society and at the same time brew the medicine and force it down society's throat." The revolution Bought, by the "stoned" generation must come from someplace else, "a new underground." The newest development In education was the need for lim- its established within dear de- finition of goals. "Progress is not chaos or an- archy. Progress is something like childhood, developm e n t within definite limits. The bet- ter the definition of the limits the belter the childhood. So with progress." DR. BECKEL Granular AvadexBW the proven Wild Oat Killer for Fall or Spring application in Barley, Durum and Spring Wheat. Advantages of Granular AvadexBW 1 Equally effective whether used in the Fall or Spring. 2 Performs equally well on summer fallow or stubble. 3 Allows more efficient alloca- tion of farmers' time. 4 Application is now possible through equipment found on the majority of western farms. 5 Eliminates the need for water. 6 Wind is less of a factor at application. Visit your dealer today Avaoex 'Monsanto Also available In liquid. Strife-torn Uruguay no longer envied MONTEVIDEO (Reuter) On a wall by the road leading to the airport here, someone has scrawled: "Last one to leave, turn out the lights." Whether the lights stay on in guerrilla-troubled Uruguay well depend on what hap- pens next month, when the country has its general elec- tions. Once envied in Latin America for its prosperity and political stability, Uruguay now has to live with the notoriety of the Tupamaros guerrillas, left wing activists who have set a pattern for the hemisphere with kidnap- pings and political embarrass- ment. When British Ambassador Geoffrey Jackson left here for home Sept. 10 after being held eight months and a day by the Tupamaros, he said he still loved Uruguay and would re- turn. The Uruguayans were flat- tered, but many found it hard to share his enthusiasm. In the last five years, an esti- mated have emigrated to Argentina, Brazil, or, if they had the right qualifications, to Canada, the United States and Australia. On Nov. 28, general election day, those left behind will have a chance to indicate how they feel about a situation which has allowed theTupamarosto emerge in this once-prosperous little country which is a buffer state on the Rio de la Plato es- tuary between Argentina and Brazil. The guerrillas' campaign against President Jorge Pa- checo Areco has been aimed at discrediting both him personally and the country's long-estab- lished democratic system, which the Tupamaros argue has become a fraixi. There has been no evidence that guerrilla leaders seek polit- ical power for themselves at present. They have not an- nounced any alternative govern- ment. They have apparently been out to destroy the system, to create a climate in which poli- tics become polarized and the masses militant. Ex-cop 'hides behind badge' ATLANTA, Ga. (Reuter) A 43-year-old former policeman, described by District Attorney Lewis Slaton as "a professional burglar hiding behind a was convicted here of nine burglaries and sentenced to 26 years in prison. Judge Ernest Tidwell sentenced Bill Lee An- derson, who was suspended from the police department after his indictment on burglary charges in November, 1970. An 18-year veteran, he was as- signed to investigate burglaries for three years. DAWN TO DUSK Hunting hours in New York state are from sunrise to sunset. They have certainly been able to embarrass the establishment, and the police in particular. The escape of 106 Tuuamaros from Punta Carretas jail here early in September, followed immedi- ately by the guerrillas' release of Ambassador Jackson, who had been undetected in a city swarming wiUi police and troops, seemed like the last straw. 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