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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta BUS TOURS California Arizona 16 Days October 21 ea. Occupancy) For Information and contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Lethkidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethtiridge, Alberta, Monday, September 25, 1972 PAGES 13 TO 24 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 10] PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4th AVE. S. PHONE 328-7121 Now Arriving: THE NEW EUROPEAN FAIL (YE FASHIONS for 1973 Jjiberal candidate Andy Russell names priorities There are Uiree main planks in the Liberals' platform to elect Andy Russell Oct. 30. At a news conference, Mr. Russell listed his concerns for the election as: saving the environment; keeping Canada united; a stronger Western voice In Ottawa. Mr. Russell, author of sev- eral books on the out-of-doors, said "Canada must have a co- ordinated environmental plan and must co-ordinate it with a ANDY RUSSELL world-wide plan as outlined al the recent world conference on the environment in Stock- holm." If elected, he said, he woulc work for greater co-ordination between the federal depart- ment of the environment am other departments in Ottawa and press for a higher priorit; for conservation matters. Mr. Russell said his concern with national unity is that i Quebec or any other province separated from confederation there would be greater tape and expense in living and running Canada. "Can you imagine having f ave a passport to get into Que- he asked. Mr. Russell said Western can have a stronger dice in Ottawa by voting into ffice more MPs to the Liberal overnment side of the House f Commons. For more than two-thirds ot ie time Lethbridge area peo- le have sent a representative o Ottawa, their MP has not sen on the government side, ie said. He accused Conservative Op- osition MPs from the West needlessly holding up pas- age of the government's new arm marketing and two-price ?rain system. Mr. Russell was born in De- ember 1915 in Lelhbridge, the on of the first white boy born lore. He lives on a called the Hawksnest, north of Waterton Lakes Na- ional Park. He look the place over In Mfi from his wife Kathleen's ather, Bert Riggall, who in :907 became one of the first ;uides and outfitters in the province. Mr. Russell ran the guide jusiness taking parties fishing, ightseeing and exploring in -he summers and big game hunting into the mountains in the fall. He gave up the business in 1960 to concentrate on raising steers and writing and work- on conservation causes like lctrying to get wilderness areas set aside and keeping our watersheds in decent condi- ion." His experience in politics has come from work on the cam- jaign to get Allen Sulatycky, Liberal for Hocky Mountain, elected and experience as a di- rector of the Liberal Party of Alberta. "In late July, I made up my mind to run. We campaigned all put for the Sept. II nom- ination'! (where Mr. Russell biXit the only other contestant, John Boras, the Liberal candi- date in Lethbridge in The keys to getting elected to the Commons now will be to "meet as many people as pos- sible he said. FAQS of LIFE FISH SWIrA BACKWARDS? HW CM AND OCCASIONALLY DO BACK UP IN THE WAFER.NO KNOW SPtqiS CAK LONG. If you like FACTS you'll like the fact that SOUTHERN STATIONERS have "COMPLETE DRAFTING SUPPLIES" SOUTHERN STATIONERS LTD. 31 7th Street Soulh Phone 328-2301 By GREG MclNTYRE Herald Staff Writer Alberta .Premier Peter jougheed told a dinner au- dience of at the Univer- ity of Lethbridge Saturday hat his government is dedicat- ed to putting the U of L on a sound footing so it can compete with the larger universities in Calgary and Edmonton. He received a standing ova- ion at the start and 'finish of a speech at the university's new ihysical education-fine arts luilding, in which he comple- mented southern Albertans and he former Social Credit gov- ernment for making the U of L a reality. damages Three vehicles- were involved in an accident at the intersec- tion of 3rd Avc. and 13th St. S. at p.m. Saturday. Total damage reported was There were no injuries. Police said a vehicle driven by Max Murray Tackabery, of 1507 14th Ave. N. collided with a vehicle owned by Gerrie Mor- rison of 1006 8th St. N. and forced the Morrison vehicle to collide with another vehicle owned by Molly Liggett of 1619 2nd Ave. S. CUFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mxhanic BLACK DENTAL LABJ MEDICAL DENTAL BIDS. tower Level PHONE 327-2822 IT'S A LITTLE RED PILL! Can you what a medicine Is by juit looking at it? ll's pretty difficult considering that there are doxens of shapes, a full spectrum of colors and hundreds of markings for pills and capsules. The possible combinations are endless. Knowing about medicines is the most im- portant part of being a pharmacist. We take this responsibility and challenge seriously and care- fully sludy about each new drug as it Is released to us for public use. But, when someone stops In and says, "You know. Ir was a little red It is not an easy matter to know exaclly whal medicine it is. GEORGE and ROD SAY We chcclc your prescription In Ivventy ways HERE'S TWO MORE 17. Co-operafe wifh focal, provincial and fed- eral policing to control miss-use and abuse of all medications. 18. Adviso palient wilh respect to regulation! re: repeating of also to how often medication may be re pea fed. WATCH FOR TWO MORE DRAFFIN'S DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN GEORGE RODNEY Hdig Medical Blag. 401 5lh St. S. 601 6th Ave. S. Free Delivery Call 328-6133 Call 327-3364 THE ARTIST AND HIS WORK Sorel Etrog, creator of the sculpture "Moses" stands before his work following its official unveiling during the official opening ceremon- ies at the U of L this weekend. "Moses" stands in front of the entrance to the main academic residence building. Ervin Photo Says Premier Lougheed U future concerns govt. Cutting a ribbon earlier In the day, the premier officially opened tho million cam- pus designed by Vancouver architect Arthur Erickson and located on the west bank tho Old man River. "The support of the commun- ities of Lethbridge and the surrounding communities is the envy of the larger metropol- itan Premier Lougheed said. "But to have said that, ladies and gentlement, is not enough because although you've moved to a certain stage, this univer- sity in the course of the next few years has to move to an- Trudeau in city Tuesday morning other stage and your president; (Dr. Bill Beckel) and your board and your staff here need your continued support." The premier paid tribute to former Social Credit govern- ments of E. C. Manning which ended in 1968 and Harry Strom which ended in 1971 for their "foresight" in provid- ing money and resources for the U of L. "For our part as a new gov- ernment we strongly believe and are committed to the value of smaller, post-secondary in- stitutions throughout this prov- the premier declared. "I confirm the commitment made by (Advanced Education Minister) Jim Foster some eight or nine weeks ago that the University of Lethbridge is a special case and certainly de- Prime Minister Trudeau's visit Tuesday morning is ex- pected to pack the Lelhbridge Exhibition Pavilion and bring together all four Liberal candi- dates in southern Alberta. The prime minister will min- gle and talk informally with people on the floor of the au- ditorium foT about 45 minutes after arriving at a.m. At Bud Olson, minister of agriculture and MP for Med- icine Hat, will formally intro- duce the prime minister who will then make a 15 minute speech. The Trudeau. party will in- clude Senator Robert Slanbury, president of the Liberal Party of Canada; aides to the prime minister; about 60 national news reporters, and southern Alberta Liberal candidates Mr. Olson, Andy Russell, Leth- bridge candidate and host for the visit; Allen Sulatycky, the incumbent in Rocky Mountain constituency, and Andy McAli- ster, the candidate in Crowfoot. The affair will open at 9 a.m. with music by the award-win- ning Magrath-Cardston March- ing Band, said Sven Ericksen, local Liberal president, in an- nouncing the prime minister's itinerary. Mr. Ericksen noted that tho pavilion holds about per- sons, but "no one has to worry about there not being enough room for everyone." He said extra bus service Is planned on the public transit system to transport people [rom downtown out to the ex- hibition grounds. The Trudeau party leaves the exhibition pavilion at for the airport where they depart at 11 for Medicine Hat. About 75 room reservations at the Holiday Inn have been cancelled. The press corps, originally scheduled to spend tonight in Lethbridge, will now arrive Tuesday morning on a separate plane from Vancouver witli the Trudeau party, said Mr. Ericksen. Moses statue unveiled At an unveiling ceremony Sunday a statue called "Moses" was described as adding a "special dimension" to tht new west campus of the University of Lethbridge, itself "an extra- ordinary architectural achieve- ment." Dr. V. E. Chrislou, speaking on behalf of the U of L board of governors, said the weather- ed, dark-colored, 22-foot tall bronze sculpture will be a topic of discussion by students, visi- tors and others for years to come. The work was cast In Flor- ence, Italy in 1966 by Sorel Etrog, stood near the American pavilion at Expo' 67 in Montreal and was purchased by The House of Seagram in 1967 and donated to the U of L. Dr. Christou, who went to Montreal to choose Moses for the university from among 22 pieces of art, said Mr. Etrog's work brings "an international, i n t e rcultural contemporary flavor" to the'new campus. Michael McCormick, senior vice-president of Seagram, pull- ed a yellow cloth away from the base of the pound monument to officially unveil it. Mr. McOonnick, out from Montreal for official opening ceremonies this weekend at the U of L, told a crowd gathered near the entrance to the aca- demic-residential building that the statue is also a reminder of one of the happiest years in Canadian history, the 1967 cen- tennial. U of L president Dr. Bill 3eckel presented Mr. McConn- ick with a photograph of Moses rom Roloff Beny's book, To Everything There Is A Season. In an interview later, the sculptor, Mr. Etrog said in creating Moses he tried to bring ogether two sets of forces the spirit of law and Animal, with Organic and Geometric forms. The base of the statue, ho said, is intended to represent roots from which these forms and spirits grow upward. The structure contains two tablets pierced by bull horns. AIR CONDITIONING Alcon Refrigeration Ltd. For )he best buy in Air Conditioning Phone 327-5816 EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR MIKE HANZEL SHOE REPAIR 317 7th STREET SOUTH Mr. Etrog said (lie tablets rep- resent law, "Moses was always seen carrying or delivering hese two plaques from the Ten Commandments." The horns represent animal if e and together they stand for the unity of law and life. Mr. Etrog said the work from the bottom and be- comes more simplified as it approaches tho top to display a sense of growth. A triangle at the top, he said, depicts a head and shoulders. The U of I. Moses is the sec- ond of three casts, tile other two being in Tel Aviv, Israel, and at the Los Angeles County Museum. Mr. Etrog, 39, was born in Romania and has a home in Toronto and a second studio in Florence. Appeal has The first week of the 1972 Lethbridge United Appeal cam- paign saw collected, mostly from the business com- munity, the community chest reported today. The business canvass wit last until Oct. 16, when the house to house campaign starts. The teaching profession held its kick-off luncheon at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant today. ALBERTA REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION AN INTERMEDIATE COURSE IN REAL ESTATE 25 EVENING LESSONS BEGINNING WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27th For Dttaili and JtoglMrotion Contact: IETHBR1DGE REAL ESTATE BOARD CO-OP LIMITED JS2 6th Str..l Soulh 328-S83S Man killed in highway accident Herbert W. Wilde, H, of Ray- mond, was killed Sunday when the pick-up truck he was driv- ing sideswiped the wheels of a tractor unit on Highway 4, about two miles north of Milk River. The driver of the tractor was not identified by ROMP. Police said Ite mishap parently swerved across the centre line and slammed into one of the trailer's tandem wheels. WHOOPS! The confusion of the politica campaign trail has caught up with The Herald. On Saturday the-Herald pub- lished a story which said Ag riculture Minister Bud Olson will visit Taber this Tuesdaj night, but according to an GJ son aid, that meeting was heli last Tuesday. We've Moved! The ALBERTA MOTOR ASSOCIATION is happy to announce we've moved to our new building at 608 5th Avenue South Phone 328-1181 for all departments serves and will get the full sup- port of our administration as It grows to the size and to the target that we're all well ot Premier Lougheed described the campus as "unique and dis. tinctive." He continued: "I think you'vt got sometliing special to offer, I think you've got a highly per- sonal atmosphere for dialogua and communication, for study, for learning, for appreciation ot the quality of life, and I urge all Albertans to come and to do what I did today to travel through the beginnings of this dream and this campus At the finish of his address, the premier presented by Dr. Deckel with a photograph of Aperture, a 20-foot tall sculp- ture at the campus. CHINOOK STATIONERS have MOVED to 319 7th Street South, LETHBRIDGE CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD., formerly located In 13lh St. North, havo now completed their move to 319 7th STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE. Now conveniently located downlown to oner you the utmost in service ond salisfaction for all your OFFICE FURNITURE, OFFICE SUPPLIES, PRINTING ond RUBBER STAMPS. We extend a personal Tnvifation to our many friencft and customers, both old and new, to eorrm In and tea our new STATIONERS ITD. 7th STREET SOUTH PHONE 327-459T Bridge coming 'as soon as physically possible' Premier Peter Lougheed said in an interview that construction of a bridge to West Lethbridge will get under way as soon as physically possible. Asked for a date, lie said "there isn't a date, but it's a high priority matter." He said "it's a matter now of physical liming not a budget matter." In a dinner speech during official opening cer- emonies the University of Lethbridge Saturday, he said the bridge is important because it will pro- vide an incentive to economic growth in the Leth- bridge area. "We're looking for a province a decade from now where thore'll be more balanced growth with the metropolitan areas as compared to the rest of tho Premier Lougheed said. Teachers plan meets The Alberta Teachers' Asso- ciation has two conferences slated for later this month, one in Calgary and one in Leth- bridge. About 300 teachers are ex- pected to attend the 6th annual conference of the Early Child- hood Education council In Cal- gary Sept. 29-30. "The Formative Years" Is the general theme of the conven- tion and one of the many topics to be discussed will deal with the pros and cons of sex educa- tion in elementary schools. Elton Tanne, president of the council and principal of West- minster Elementary School in Lelhbridge, will be chairman of the two-day conference. On Saturday, about 40 profes- sional development chairmen from all ATA locals in southern Alberta will meet in Lethbridge discuss future professional development programs for teachers. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Mtworfz BTctg. 222 5lh St. S. Phone 328-4095 Mary Jo Williams of the ATA professional development staff in Edmonton, will act as con- sultant at the conference. HIGH TEST LIGHT BULBS Price GuarantMd to las) 5 years 25 40 40 100 150 and 200 watt ALSO TRILIGHT BULBS Medium anil mogul CALL 327-5767 DOWNTOWN AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Ave. N. Regular Tuesday Evening Sale SEPT. P.M. Lovely old oak round pedestal dining room Tabfe with three extension leaves; McCullough 110 volt electric gener- ator; four real good fridges; cMna cabinet) chesterfields ond choirs; farge metal storage box; vacuum cleaners; jeven pair of curlafns; 5 gaf. crock; large ihrea burner camp llove; glass showcase; very ofd double barrel that gun; fishing rods; automatic drier; wringer washes; lawn lounges; ranges? new portable radios; exerciser; (win adfoining wash tubs; Tore gas Town mower; excellent Phoenix portable tew- ing machine; .45 pee. Ironstone dinner ware; new knife setsj imported brass ilems; chroma kitchen tuiJej; three dozen cups; 17 cu. ft. deep freeze; 2 ofd upright cabi- net radios; bicycle; Forge selection of beds and mattresset; heaters; Coco-Cola caolerj fight fixlurei; garden toofsj re- cord player; cafeteria benches; chinchillas ond many items too numerous to list. 1968 SUZUKI X6 HUSTLER- MtMT CONDITION FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT SOUTHWEST AUCTION SERVICES Phone 327-T22J 2508 2nd Ave. N. Auctioneer? BILL HOPE-Uc. FEED HAWTKORNI So lei ;