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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta umvci.sjiy ol I.elh- britlgc graduates, L It. Hub- baril, a graduate of Queen's University and .1. Larson, a graduate of tht> iinivnrciiir university and .1. Larson, a graduate of the University of Calgary. The National Research Council ot Canada lias awarded a postdoulorale fel- lowship to .1. K. Ihiyani) cif Coaldalc. The fellow-shin, for one year, was imc of 1113 awarded to Canadian stu- dents. Lcthbridge painter Evelyn Wojloivilz1 works have been increased in price by art shops, following an cValua- tion hy local art dealer Ilona Hajari. o Jack Wong and his wife Jean have retired from (he confectionery business, selling (be American Confectionery on the City I3lh St. N'. They will reside in Calgary after 25 years in Lelhbridge. 'loin Summi'i-McMl wm now operate the business. Eiiirson Molors Lid. lias moved its used car and truck operation from 7th Ave. and Mayor Magrath Drive to 1902 3rd Ave. S., the former Col- lege Mercury property. The move gives Encrson's a larger lot, more office space and a showroom. Plans for tile Mayor Magralh Drive lot have not been completed. Two Lethbridge firms will receive a total of in federal funds under the Can- ada Manpower Iraining-on-the- job program. Iron Works Co. Mil. will receive about to train ttrrcc moulders and coremakers r.nd Henderson Lake Golf Clnb will get to train four greenskeepers. Thunday, April 1972 THE LfTHBRIDGE HERALD IS Action Canada's election activities increase By GKEG McIMYKE Herald Sliiff Writer I The second Action Canada party candidate in Alberta will be announced in about 10 days, a parly official said Tuesday. Karl Smith, C2, a semi re- tired Bow Island farmer and former Social Credit party member was the first Albertan to announce his intention to contest the next cderal clec- 182 COURSES The school of continuing edu- cation at the Lcthbridge Com- munity College offered 182 courses [o an enrolment of 2.8H students throughout southern Alberta in 1970-71. COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. Data Processing Services 507 CANADA TRUST BUILDING TELEPHONE 328-7883 A Presentation "Sfainer's Crucifixion" 7.30 p.m., Sunday, April 9th Featured Soloists GEORGE SKIPWORTH (Bass) LEN WRIGHT (Tenor) TOM LAYERS (Bass) McKILLOP UNITED CHURCH Fair deadline nears Deadline for entries for the Social Studies Projects Fair slated for Wilson Junior High School is April 13. The fair, sponsored by (he Southwest Alberta Region Soc- ial Studies Council, is open to Paul Ilellyer's new _ and Ontario arc "hot beds" of political activity, he said, where the new party will field a total of about 50 candidates. A campaign lasl year to n the new party wit h t he Social Credit and Conservative World Health Day Friday Friday is World Health Day, tbe anniversary marking the coining into force of tlie Con- stitution of the Health Organization. Ejioh year, a special theme of importance to world bcallh is chosen. The theme for 1972 is "Your heart is your Heart diseases are the lead- lion for party. "We're definitely not picking up disenchanted Social Credit- said national party dep' uty leader George Skellon. "There will be an announce- ment in about a week and a half (o prove tbat." Mr. Skelton, a 31 year old Calgary advertising executive said the second Action Canada candidate in Alberta will be from small business, possibly a woman and former suppor- ter of one of the two "old line" parties the Conservatives or the Liberals. Asked if the new party was out to pick up candidates ing interest in the Social Cre- dit party, Mr. Skellon replied, "No." The K In 75 Action Canada candidates in tbe next federal election will come from and re- ing cause of death and disabil all schools in Albcrtn. It is to be held May 13. Entries are limited to five in each of three divisions for each school Ibis year. There 300 exhibits last year. The divisions are Number 1: Grades 1, 2 and 3; Number 2: Grades 4, 5 and G and Number 3: Grades 7 to 12. The projects will be judged on usefulness as a teaching aid. originality, craftmanshii, ere- ativeness and presentation. Any social studies topic may be used. The completed entry forms must be sent to Roger Cor- dukes, 1123 28th St. S., Leth- bridge before April 13. Entry forms may be re- ceived from Mr. Cordukes. The public is invited to view tlie exhibiLs from noon to 8 p.m. May 13. The students will be available projects. ceive support from all parties, Mr. Skellon predicted. In Alberta, Action Canada will likely contest four of the However, British Columbia to explain the PARENTS! Send Your Child To EUROPE This Summer SPECIAL "9 COUNTRY TOUR" including 5 Days In "LONDON TOWN" Departs July 10 for 36 Days Air Faro ONLY A.T.A. Members Only Phono 327-6318 44 Hutterite colonies in south Alberta liad BO Hutlerite colo- nies at the end of last year, ac- cording lo tbe annual report of Ibe department of muncipal af- fairs. More than hall (44) of these colonies were soulb of an east- west line drawn through Cal- gary. Three applications for new colonies were received in 1971, and two v.ere approved. Twenty colonies applied, for more land, and all applications were grant- ed. Average increase was about 400 acres. Total acreage in Hutterite colonies at tree end of last year was Alberta's Hutterite population was about "relatively sta- tic during the past six years due fo the number of Alberta colonies tbat have established satellite colonies in Saskatche- wan." The Communal Properties Board, set up under the de- partment to administer Hutfe- rile expansion, was disbanded late in W71 by the new govern- ment 19 federal seats and win two or three, he said. superior mo tan :R SALE SURPRISE! GET A GOOD MEAL AND YOUR ONE BEST DEAL! If WE Appraise Your Car, Supper is On Usl Superior Motors invites the car buyers of Southern Alberto to drop in to the Used Car Dept. for supper and an appraisal fo celebrate the start of their summer hours. SUPPER 3 DAYS ONLY April 5th, 6th and 7th from 5 p.m. till closing WE DON'T JUST SERVE A GREAT MEAL, BUT THE ONE BEST DEAL ON A SET OF WHEELS! NOW OPEN 8.30 a.m. to 8.30 p.m. 5 DAYS A WEEK 8.30 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. Saturdays WE HAVE ALL THE INGREDIENTS FOR A GREAT EVENING Come and meet our Sales Staff. Get your car appraised. While we make a deal have a delicious pancake supper. Take advantage of summer prices in the spring. Go home with a good supper and your one best deal under your 12 GREAT USED CAR BUYS FOR THE NEW 12-HOUR DAY: A.M. 1971 PINTO 2-door, 7000 cc 1 A.M. 1970 VOLVO 144S 4-spocd, 4-dcor 1 P.M. 1969 CHEV. VS radio (tOl 1 1 P-M 1968 Ranch Wagon V8 auto., power tlQDQ brakes, new paint OQO A.M. 1970 MAVERICK 6 Standard P.M. 1965 FORD XL 2-door hardtop, buckets, 390 ouro., power steer- (f 1 000 ing end brokej 1 P.M. 1967 Chev Caprice 2-door hard fop, power and radio, split bench scats, rrew pain! P.M. 1971 COLONY PARK STATION WAGON, loaded, power steering, brakes, air conditioner, 429 Brougham Int., miles. New was "U777 NOW ftl 1 1 MANY MORE RECONDITIONED UNITS TO CHOOSE FROM Corner 54 St. 48 Ave. TABJER. Phone 223-3537 Largest Full-Line Ford-Mercury Dealer BEST DEAL er, and seven times as many ycar.old president of the as accidents. church, will preside at the con- According to Dr. Paul Dudley vcnlion, held in tbe Mormon i the noted cardiologist, j Tabernacle on Temple Square lie prevention of heart diseases has attached loss attention its diagnosis and treat- ment." While heart diseases arc gen- rally associated with old age, hey are becoming more and re frequent in younger peo- le due to poor nutritional awl iving habits. in Canada. They are the ausc of at least half the deaths Canada and almost three mes as msny deaths as can- parties failed, said Mr. Skelion because of vested interests" in the two older organizations, Action Canada principles we re reject pu blicl y hy the New Democratic Party and the Liberals program embodies "too much he said. meet this week The annual world conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints will be held Thursday, Saturday and Sunday iti Salt Lake City, Utah. The Sunday session win be televised throughout Canada I tic Untied Slates, Mexico South America, Central Amer- ica, the Caribbean, Africa and Europe. It can be seen at 10 a.m. on CJOC-TV. Joseph Fielding Smith, 95- Paul Hellyer, a 39GB leader- ship candidate lor the Literal; party and o former federal transport minister, said on several occasions he would like .0 see realignment of the ex- isting Conservative and Soorcd p parties along with Action Can- j ada. Socrcds and Tories were In- ited to Action Canada's first convention in Toronto in Octo- ber 1973, but apparently re- jected the notion of union, Mr. Skelton, elected scconrl in command to Mr. Hellyer it that convention, said Action Canada is made up of people concerned about the national economy, but not "political as- He said "we're a party of farmers and businessmen who intend to go to stir up a fuss that will net tho economic mess straightened TRAINING COURSE City police constable William Plomp attended an RCMP training course for senior con- stables in Edmonton during January, 1S71. BUY ONE GET ONE FREE INTERIOR LATEX FLAT Covers most surfacftl in one coat. BUY ONE 7 QC GAUON FOR I GET A SECOND GAUON FREE FREDDIE'S PAINT (WESTERN) LTD. 316 3rd Ave. S. Phono 327-5540 in Salt Lake City. T h e 375-voico Taternacle Choir under the direction of Richard P. Condie will sing during the convention. Speakers at the convention will be chosen from the lay membership, since there is no professional clergy in the Mor- mon church, ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS CUSTOM FRAMING fine quality material at low, low price THE YORK HOTEL In Caigary Offers YOU Our Guest Rooms Starling ot S9.50 Free Guest Parking Dining Room cmd Coffee Shop Sauna Facilities Downtown Location Entertainment Nighlly Licenced Lovngo and Tavern CALL COLLECT FOR RESERVATIONS WRITE WIRE CH TELEPHONE 403 202 5585 HOTEL CENTRE STREET AT 7th AVENUE S.CALGARY, ALBERTA his style old style It was steam and cinders all {he way on those big eight-wheelers. Gave a man a thirst as as the Rockies and as dry as the Drumheller Badlands. So his style was Lethbrldge Old Style Pilsner, for thirst-quenching flavour slow-brewed and naturally aged. And that's the way it stilt tastes today-honest-to-goodness beer brewed with half a century of know-how. Try It at your next wet-your-whistle-stop. TRADITION YOU CAN TASTE FROM THE HOUSE OF UTKBRIOGE ;