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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, September 8, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 Two million visitors each year Residents not pleased by memorial DACHAU, Germany (AP) The taint explains the icsi- "Our mam Mayor Lorenz Reitmeier lamented, "is that, when many foieigneis hear the name Dachau, they can think of nothing else but the concentration camp'' Dachau is also a city Almost three decades after the Second World War, Dachau's residents con- tinue to live under thf curse of dents' attitude toward the camp which has attracted 26 million visitors since its de- dication eight years ago Sev- enty per cent of the were non-Germans Reitmeier represents that segment of Dachau opinion that believes "one should not forget the terrible past but should be leminded of it'" tached to the name Dachau "Dachau1 fiom their names Reitmeier is convinced and adopt the mo.e innocuous VlbillVAIwl 1 J- j _ In past years, tourists fiom sounding "Upper Bavaria Dachau had their automobiles At least ore laige firm has scratched and their car Uret, removed "Dachau" from its name and is leceiving its mail thiough a postal box m nearbv Munich To counter adveise opinion visitors i slasred because of the and the city seal on their li- also to get to A sign of the cense plates When competing abroad, local spoils teamj sometimes diop Reitmeier has started a cam- pa'gn to induce concenti aticii camp visitors know the citj edge of the camp paik uig lot suggests 'Visit Dachau the 1 200 old artists' centre with its castle and sunounding paik of- feung a splendid view over the country Science visit efforts were a slated the infamous Nazi camp that Qn tre other extreme are operated on the city's outskirts those who would rather see all j for 12 of Dachau's history. Van Home home comes down MONREAL (CP) The city issued a permit to devel- oper David Azneli for demoli- tion of the mansion of Ctxl became Dacbau founder Cornelius Van Home i said in an interview lemanants of the camp oblite- lated From 1933 to 1945, some 285 000 prisoners passed through the camp Records show that died, but an until number of others were shot without being registered or died in tran- sit BECAME CATCHWORD catchword was needed that briefly would sum up the entiie barbarity of concentra- tion camps and that catchword Reitmeier The move followed loss of an Injunction request in appeal court by a group interested ir. saving the home The injunc- tion would have forbidden the cit> to issue the peimit In an era of reconciliation, Dachau remains one of the few West German cities that has been unable to find a sister city paitner abroad Intensive ef- forts in France have failed solely because o_f the stain at 0NIVER5ITY SENATE SUBMISSIONS The Senate of The University of Calgary wil1 hold its regular Autumn meeting on October 5, 1973. It is the duty of the Senate to nquire into any matter that might tend to enhance the usefulness of the University. Individuals or groups are invited to make writ- ten submissions These will be studied ap- propriate Senate committees prior to the meet- mo. Persons may appear before the Senate in sup- port of their submissions by invitation Direct all correspondence, not later than September 14 to. Mrs. R P. Fraser, Chairman, External Relations Committee, Senate, The University of Caigary, 1120 Prospect Avenue, Calgary, Alberta a 16-memter scientific debga tion on a two-week to China Sspt 16 it was an nounced The delegation will ofLciulh begin its, vsit in Canton Sept 20 and end in Peking Oct a befoie Prime Minis ei 'Trudeau arines for a LOS A.NGELES I He did not say whether he Kiogh says he resets the mis- ulu contend that any of his or- take of White House effoits to ders came duectly from Nixon. get Daniel Ellsoeigs chiatric iscords But he savs lie fe't p'an was fulh aiuho1 ired and Krogh speaking publicly for the first time about the 1U71 OTTAWA (CP) Science break-in at tne office of Minister Jeanne Sauve will lead berg s psychiatnst said he told tl 3 covert actuitv was necessaiy for an urgent secui ity purpose KIOST who Mipeiused the se- cret V.hite House plumbeis sqaad p'eaded not guiltv Thursdav in Los Supe 1101 Court to rharges of bur glaiv conspiracy and bohc loll itation of a burglaij Then h2 i A j i broke his long public silence on A news release said the dele break m I distinctly feel now that the dev-is on that v as made in 1971 to go f01 ward with the covait operation as a mistake' Krogh said in a courthouse coi- ndor news confeience "I felt it was a mistale immediatelj theieafler when details of ifs execution weie piesented to me Krogh said the plumbers unit, uas formed in 1971 dent He said ine legal i defence at his trial will centre i around instructions he lecsived aoout the bi eak m s relation to national secunty Krogh 34 said he had some ABSTAINERS INSURANCE COMPANY gation will be compssed of son '101 scientists from gov eminent unneisities and cisso ciations Tte visit is at the invitation of the Chinese Acaderm of Sci- j e-ices, whici sent a dalegatoi to Carada last Included in the delegation a'-e Dr Aurele Beaulneb sec- retaij to the science ministry Dr Sjhia head of Statis- tics Canada Dr Roger Gaudrj chairman of the Science Coin cil Dr Sc-aieider president, National Reseat ch Council, and Dr V em a deserve to pay less for fire insurance They ao at Abstame-s'. Because cur experience has shown that abstainers fewer accidents, fewer horne fires That s why we can in- sure for less If sou re a non a-nker can you afford not 1" look into Abstainers insurance for your home HUNT INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. 1201 3rd Ave S. Phone 328-7777 Painful reminder Watch-towers and electrified barb wire fences of Nazi era Dachau concentration camp contribute a painful reminder to some residents of the year old West German city A few buildings of the ccmp a re maintained as a memorial to Nazi v ctims some town residents would like to have the fences torn down Douglas president of the Scien- tific, Technical and Engineering taken place in teims of injuij Community of Canada tea' i egrets over o Comojov nrovid ng to innocent persons Dollar value MO.NTKE4L (CP) L S dollar in teims of Canadian funds at noon Thursday was up 2-25 at ?1 00 19-25 Pound ster- ling was down 7-100 at S2 43 3J- 100 In Nev York, the Canadian dollar was down 2-25 at 50 99 6- 25 Pound sterling unchanged at HilNITZ PRINTERS STATIOMERS LTD. 324 9th St S. Phone 328-1778 We Are Pleased to Announce That we ore now the official Dealers for L.D.5. 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