Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
-Friday, Scpl.mter IS, 1972 THE LETHBSIDGE HERALD Guest list official o The guest list of distinguished visitors lo (he University of Lethbridgc for its official open- ing Sep. 22-24 is growing. Among those expected to at- tend are: HolofI Bcny, noted Canadian author photographer painter; Dr. Claude Bisscll, former pres- ident of the University of To- ronto, and distinguished educa- tionist; Senator Ernest Man- ning, former Alberta premier; Louis S. TuTcolte, chief judge of the District Court of Southern Alberta and former U of L chan- color; Premier Peter Iicughccd, Lieluenant Governor J. W- Grant MacEwan, former prem- ier Ifarty Strom, Advanced Education Minister James Fes- ter, Mayor A. C. Anderson of Lethbridge. Itobct F. Babkl, chairman of (he board of governors of Lcth- bridge Community College; J. V Lcddy, president of the Uni- versity of Windsor; H. B. Love, a governor of Dalhouse Uni- versity, Halifax; Carl Mcln- tosh, president, Montana State University; William Hamilton, representing Sii' George Willi- ams Universiy, Montreal; Andre Cote, representing Laval University; W. V. Stegcrwald, Edmonton, consul in Alberta for Ihe Federal Republic of Ger- many. to university veiling growing Dr. J. II. Archer, principal, licglna campus, University of Saskatchewan; Dr. David Bow- rlen of Lelhbridge, representing he University of British Col- umbia; Dr. n. E. Chase, Medi- cine Hat College; Rev. James president, HillcrcsL Christian College, Medicine Hat; Dr. R'ogcr Guindon, presi- dent, University of Ottawa; F.' Jorgenson, principal, South- ern Alberta Institute of Tech- nology, Calgary; Dr. C. L. Kal- ler, president, Notre Dame Uni- versity, Nelson, B.C. Dr. Hae Lau'renson, Athabas- ca University, St. Albert; Dr. N. O. Matthews, Canadian Union College, Lacomuc; Dr. Max Wyman, president Univer- sity of "Alberta; Dr. A. W. li. Carrulhers, president, Univer- sity of Calgary; Dr. J. W. T. Spinks, president, University of Sarku'.cliewan; Arthur Erick- son, Vancouver architect, who designed the university; Leth- bridge arclu'tect George Wat- son; Dr. W. A, S. Smilh, former U of L president, now of the United States International Un- Los Angeles; Ilobert N. Thompson, retiring member: of Parliament for Red Deer and chairman of the board and vice- president of Trinity Western College, Langley, B.C. Dr. D. J. Leroy, National Re- search Council, Ottawa; Dr. Evelyn Moore, vice president, Canadian Association of Uni- versity Teachers; Dr. C. B. Mackay, executive diicctor, As- sociation of Universities and Colleges of Canada; Dr. Ken- neth Strand, president, Simon Fraser University; Rev. Glen Jotmsen, principal, Cam rose Lutheran College; Dr. II. M. Anderson, president of Grande Prairie Regional College; H. G. Thompson, chairman of the Al- berta Universities' Commission. Dr. Lorne Leitch, vice-presi- dent' of finance, University of Alberta: Dr. W. D. Ncal, vice- president for capital develop- ment, U of A; Dr. Henry Kreis- el, academic vice president, U of A; Dr. Graham Owens, University of Calgary; Dr. Wil- liam Cochrane, dean of medi- cine. University of Calgary; Dr..T. C. Byrne, president, Athabasca University; Mr. Jus- lice W. J. C. Kirby of the Sup- reme Court of Alberta; G. H. L. Fridman, dean of law, Uni- versity of Alberta; Mr. Justice A. G. Cullcn, Supreme Court of Alberta; Dr. Hulh McClurc, school of nursing, University of Alberta; Dr. L.- G. Stephens- Newsham, U of A; Dr. R. Ware, associate dean of edu- cation, U of A; Dr. M. L. Van Vlict, dean of physical educa- tion, U of A. RENT-A-BOBCAT Available by Ihe Day, Week or Month (with or without Bailc Filling landscaping Driveway Ejrenvalinj Hog Pen Clianlng 1 Corral Cleaning Hauling Phone 328-4765 EQUIPMENT RENTALS 1410 2nd Avenue S. Feed mill expansion approved An application to expand the Canada. Packers Lid. feed mill at 208 28th St. N. was approved by the Municipal Planning Com- mission this week. The expansion, including an addition to the existing build- ing, will provide more storage area and shipping bins for the operation, a Canada Packers spokesman said, .The dianges in plant and machinery will improve the quality of feed and the service to customers, he added. Cost of the expansion was not revealed. In other business, the com' mission tabled an application from Link Brothers Construc- tion of Medicine Hat to build four lourplcxes at 2454 North Mayor Magrath Drive. The en- gineering department and de- velopment officer have been in- structed to further study the project plans. An application from J. Sal- mon to establish a lunch count- er in a new amusement arcade at 018 3rd Ave. S. was approv- ed by Ihe commission. 11 awarded hotelmeii's scholarships Eleven students from south- ern Alberta, including three from Lethhridgc, have been awarded scholarships from thfc Alberta Hotel Association. Patricia Fragnell, 032 13 St, S., Don Homaniuk, 315 18 St N., and Iris Van Orman, 1002 29 A St.' S. were the Lethbridge winners. AH Uiree are attend ing the University of Alberta Other southern Alberta win ners were: Karen Swarlzenber ger of Turin, Dennis Kunimotc of Taber, Leah Tnideau o Blalrmore, Olto Lentz of Coal dale, Janice Lencucha of Blair more, Mary Ann Sfcanderup o Tilley, Glen Tanaka of Pictur Butle and Patrick Cisar o Granum. Smooth.., alive deep-down satisfaction Export Lager Brewed from the heart of Alberta's world famous Conquest barley mart Come on over to Calgary Export. It's brewed from the world's finest malt Alberta's Conquest barley malt ripened to golden perfection underthe western prairie sun. Here's beerthe way beer should taste bursting with flavour, alive with deep-down satisfaction from the very first glass. Earned a man-sized thirst? Reach for Calgary Export. Come on over to Calgary Export. It's big, bold and beautiful! AMERICAN MOTORS GET IT ALL TOGETHER AT UNITED MOTORS CORNER of 3rd and 3rd THE ALL NEW HORNET HATCHBACK Manager's message By getting it together 1 mean new cars, new recreation vehicles, new mobile homes. Ser- vice, we back them the best because we know they are the best. WE HAVE ONLY 4, 1972 AM CARS AT GREAT SAVINGS TO YOU AMBASSADOR MATADOR MATADOR BROUGHAM Fully equipped 2-DR. HARDTOP Fully equipped Six cylinder Automatic JAVELIN Fully equipped PLUS THESE FANTASTIC USED CARS 1971 COUGAR 2-DR. HOT. Factory air, very low mileage. Was Now 570 1971 MATADOR 6 cylinder, 4 dr. jedan. 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