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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thuiidoy, April t, 197J THI LFIHBRIDGE HERALO 15 the City Seven universily stmlenls from he-en awarded po-stiandunlr fellowships by Ihc National Council at Fellowships ln It. Davidson aivl Klrail, Uni- versity ol Allicrla graduates- ,S. Hall, A. Hall and II. Lillcniit, Univuisily o( l.clh- briclge graduates, f., II. Huh- hard, a graduate of Queen's University and .1. l.arscm. a graduate of Ihe Universily of Calgary. T li e National Ik-search Council of Canada lias awarded a postdodorale fel- lowship to .1. K. dl Cnaldalc. The fellowship, for one year, was mie of Hi5 awarded to Canadian stu- dents. I.clhbridgc painter Evelyn Wojloivilz1 works have hron increased in price by art shops, following an evalua- tion hy local art dealer Ilona Hajari. Jack Wong and his wife Jean have retired from the business, selling the American Confectionery on nil) St. N'. They will reside in Calgary aflcr 23 years in LcMlibriclfio. Tom Siinnnorfieldl will now operate the business. Enprsrin [Motors lias moved its used car and truck operation from Ave, and Mayor Magratll Drive to 1902 3rd Ave. S., the former Col- lege Mercury property. The move Rives Enerson's a larger lot, more office space and a showroom. Plans for Ihe Mayor Magralh Drive lot have not been completed. Two Letllbridgc firms will receive a (olal of in federal funds under Ihe Can- ada Manpower training-on-tlic- joh program. Iron Works Co. Ltd. will receive about to train ttrrcc moulders and covemakcrs r.nd llcmlorsrm Lake Colt Clnb will get to train four grccnsk-eepcrs. Action Canada's election activities increase GllHO Hcnild Slarf Writer I Tlie second Action Canada party camlillnlc in Alljerln will be nrmouncoii in about 10 days, parly said Tuesday. Karl Smilli, C2, a semi re- lirerj Bow Island farmer and former Social Credit parly member was tile first Albcrlan lo announce his intention to conlcst Ihe next ederal clec- Paul Ilcllyer's newgand Ontario nrc "hot beds" of political activity, he said, where the new parly will field a total of about 50 candidates. A campaign insl year to the new party wilh the Social Credit and Conservative Fair deadline 182 COURSES The school of continuing edu- cation at the Lcfhbridjje Com- munity College offerer) 182 courses (o an enrolment ol 2.KH students throughout southern Alberta in I9VO-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 entries (or HID Projects Fnir nears Deadline for Social Studies slated for Wilson Junior School is April 13. The fair, sponsored by (lie Soulhwesl Allierta Region Soc- ial SUulics Council, is open to nil schools in It is to be held May 13. Entries are limited Lo five in each of three divisions for each school this year. There wcro last year. The divisions nre Number 1: Grades 1, 2 and 3; Number 2: Grades 4, 5 and G and Number 3: Grades 7 to 12. The projects will he. judged on useluluess as a leaching aid. originality, craftmanshii, ere- ativencss and presentation. Any social studies topic may be used. The completed entry forms must be sent to Roger Cor- dukes, 1123 28th St. S., Lelh- bridge before April 13. Entry forms may be re- ceived from Mr. Cordukes. The public is invited lo view tlie exhibiLs from noon to fi p.m. May 13. Tlie sludcnls will be available projects. lion for parly. "We're definitely nnl picking up disenchanted Social Crcdil- said national party den- uty leader George Kkcllon. "There will bo an announce- ment in about a week and a lialf lo prove IhaL." Mr. Skelton, a fll year old Calgary advertising executive said tlic second Action Canada candidate in Alberta will lie Crom small business, possibly ii woman and former suppor- ter of one of Hie two "old line1 parlies tlic Conservatives or the Liberals. Asked if tlie new party was out to pick up candidalcs loos ing inleresL in Lhe Social Cre- dit party, Mr. Skellon replied, "No." Tlie JS In 75 Action Canada candidates in Ibe next federal election will come from and re- ceive support from all parties, Mr. Skclfon predicted. In Alberta, Action Canada will likclv contest four of Ihe However, British Columbia larlics failed, said Mr. Skcllon >erausc ol vested intercsls" in Lhe Iwo older organisations Action Canada principles were rejected publicly by the New Democratic Parly and the Liberals program embodies "too much be said. World Health Day Friday Friday is World Health Day, tlic anniversary marking the coining inlo force o[ NIC Con- slilulion of the Word Health Organization. Eseh year, a special theme of importance lo world health is chosen. The theme for J972 is "Your heart, is your health." Heart diseases are the lend- ing cause of death and disabil- ity in Canada. They are the cause of at least hair Lhe deaths Mormon meet this week The annual world conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints will be held Thursday, Saturday and Sunday in Salt Lake City, Utah. The Sunday session win be televised throughout Canada, I ho United States, Mexico, n Canada and almost three ncs as many deaths as can- r, and seven times as many accidents. 44 Hutterite colonies south to explain the PARENTS! Send Your CWId To EUROPE This Summer SPECIAL "9 COUNTRY TOUR" Including 5 Days In "LONDON TOWN" Depart! July 10 far 36 Days rAfra Air Faro ONLY A.T.A. Members Only Phono 327-6318 C in Alberta had 80 Hullerite colo- nies at the end ol lasL year, ac- cording lo the annual report of Ihe department of muncipal at i [airs. More than half (44) of these colonies were south of an easl west line drawn through Cal- gary. Tlirce applications for new colonies 1 A.M. 1970 VOLVO 144S 4.5p5nrf, 4-dcor (tOCCC 34.000 P.M. 1968 PONTIAC PAR1S1ENNE ?-door hardtop, A-C powRr steering and power braVcs, er 1973, but apparently re- jected the notion ol union. Mr. Skelton, elected scconr] in command lo Mr. llcliyer Lh n I convention, said AcUon Canada is made up of people concerned about the national economy, but not "political as- pirants-" He said "we're a party of farmers and businessmen who intend to go to stir up a fuss that will the? economic mess straightened out." TRAINING COURSE City police com table William Plomn attended nn RCMP training course for .senior con- stables in Edmonton during Jnnunrv, IOV1. BUY ONE GET ONE FREE INTERIOR LATEX FLAT Coven moll lurfactl in one BUY ONE 7 QC GALLON FOR .vJwf GET A SECOND GALLON FREE FREDDIE'S PAINT (WESTERN) LTD. 316 3rd Ave, S. Phone 327-5540 According to Dr. Paul Dudley I vention, held in the Mormon i hilc, the noted cardiologist, j Tabernacle on Temple Square c prevention of heart diseases attached less attention an its diagnosis and Lreal- ent." While heart diseases arc gen- ally associated with old age. cy are becoming more and ore frequent in younger neo due lo poor nutritional ard Ing habits. in Salt Lake City. T li e 375-voica Tatenaclc Choir under the direction ol Hichard P. Condie will sing during the convention. Speakers at Ihe convention will be chosen from Ihe lay membership, since there Is no professional clergy in the Mor- mon church, ffnt ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS quality material at low, low pricei HOUSE OF FINE ART 409-5 St. South Phone 326-1314 3rd door north oF Greyhound But Depot Store Houri: Mon., Wed. ond Sal. 9 D.TH, to p.m. Thurs and Frl 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. THE YORK HOTEL In Calgary Offers YOU Our Guest Rooms Stalling of Free Guesl Forking Dining Room