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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta The LctWnridgc Herald Third Section Alberta, Thursday, April 27, 1972 31-36 CJock change effective Sunday All of Canada on daylight time Till; CANADIAN I'ltKSS "Spring n r u a r tl in the spring, fall backward in the fall. In 1972, for the. firsl limt-, all of Canada nil lull n litll.: bil, llial follow the old rule of thumb for doing the right thing ai tlic right lime with clocks. For it's Ihal lime of year again when Canadians ponclci whether to put their forward oi" backward. Daylight limes goes into cl- fec'i in every province Sunday, April .30. That means thai clocks arc advanced one lioui1, The liLlle bit of ihe country where the change will not apply is the eastern Luo-thlrd.s of Saskatchewan which, in ef- fect, i.s on daylight Lime all year round though H is nol cailcd that. The western Lhiid of the province vdll change which means that for six months all of Saskatchewan will be on the same time. For the first time in years Alberta, long (lie only holdout, goes 'm daylight time. The change becomes effec- tive at 2 a.m. in most prov- inces. Some make it a.m. but Ihe actual moment to the clocks does not, matter. The date does: Stincl ay, April And the hands are advanced. 'The moment of indecision utTins again in six months, in (he fall. Sunday. Ocl 2H. Put the hands hack mi 1mm- ffn- .standard lime.) CONTOHMS All of I In? Atlantic iiu cs make the change to light time, under provincial legislation in Newfoundland, Brunswick and Prince Mdwaid Island. In Nova Sco- tia, municipalities have Ihe option of slaying on slanclaid lime Ijut in practice, all of Ihe province has observed day liplit time MIK-C Second World War. The official mu nient of change: 12.Ul a.m. Sunday, April ISO En Quebec and Ontario, the clmnye is made officially at 2 a.in and observance of dav- lighl lime ].s province-wide in both cist's [.ocal option prevails in On laiio but fur sexeral years all municipalitics have changed over. This includes Windsor which long stayed on standard lime the year around to con- form will) ncros.s-lhe-river De- tiTJt citizens in (In- past have Vxirneil clown ir. pk-bi sciles proposals lo observe daylight Lime in summer. All of Manitoba also makes j the change, officially al 2 I a.m., and in Saskatchewan the ue.slern third goes on cen- tral standard eqmv- a lent of daylight time for that portion of Ihe provmte nor- mally operates on mountain time. The eastern tuo-lliirds years ago suilched to centra] s L a n d a r confusing if Ci suihrnnk v.-cni nn niounljiin iirno months n c-ai'. U ;iUcriH-> UL-IT.-! imcni said Tlir hoard plan> tu aiijieal iho rul- ing bxu inc-iiiitinie. arc i'i I iKH'f Tfic lime coiivcrMfin ill PCM' no pi I: t v. h i c h orn r npeniUvd mi lime- IbrDugliinji ilie year. They now operate mi local LADY GODIVA? Has ihe lady legend who rode naked through the streets of Covenlry, come agUosling to Colombia, S.C.? Not really. On close invesliga- tion Lndy Godiva's 2QlU century cousin lurned oul lo be a bare-backed hoher and sliorls vvliicfi are hidden from view by her hair and the horse. Federal Socreds area campaign. Dy I'AUL .1ACKSOX HrrnEil Otltuva lliircnu The fcctural ciGcls arc planning ,nn all-onL as- on Uio Victoria in for the nc-xl clcclion. Henry Lantlry, asbisl- ant to Social Credit Honac leader Andre-Gilles Fort in and a form err prc'sklenl ot the 1J.C. Young Son-pels, says tlio cam- paign to win ihe federal .seals of VicUu'iu Rud bcpan last week with a mail-out of sonic qucs- lionaires In local residents. Tl will gather sleam wlicn tlie federal leader of the Social Credit Party Deal CaouelLc .speaks at a luncheon meeting al the Km press Hole] in Victoria this Saturday. And it will really pet under way v-'hen 20-year-old Mr. Lan- dry, a former clicf at the Em- press Hotel, makes his bid to win the Socrcd nomination for the Victoria scat -The sent is now Lield by Lib- eral Davis Groos who picked up 13.401 voles in the 1968 federal election. His nearest opponent, BEGINS ON SUNDAY JXPRIL3Q N" Turn your clock ahead 1 hour on Saturday night, Apr. 29 KOVCnNMF.NTOF tHC PROVINCE Of ALBERTA Conservative Eric Charman, cflpUired voles. Mr. Lnndi'y, also served on Uic oxccuUvc bonrcl of the B.C. Social Credit League, be- lieves the party is in a heller position led ay Mian ;U any tiine since the early iniiOs to capluro a large n u m b c r of scats throughout Hie counlry In fact, lie's predicting (hat Llic federal parly will pick up at) scats in Quebec come election day and another 15 from the Western provinces. There are now 13 Socrcd MPs in the House of Commons, all from Quebec. In the questionnaire, Victoria residents arc asked five quus- lions. They arc: Arc you in favor of retaining the constiLulional monarclry as our system of government, Is (he ftovernmenL becoming loo big ant! prAvevkil and inter- fering loo much in Ihe affairs of Ihe individual. In Uic evcnl of. mClalicm con- tinuing at its prc.scnL ralp slioukl the Rovei'iinienl impose wage and price controls, Would yon favor a tfuaran- i Iced annual income for all Ca- i nadians. is llic mosl important issue on Canadian politics j loday. The questionnaire aLso gives ro.sidnnl.s llic lo ,ioin, actively help or donate money Lo Ihu al parly. j Dales for nominating convcn- tioiis tor foolli Victoria and Es- quimalt-Saanich ridinps have yet Lo be announced, however, 1 Mr I.iindrv says parly workers uould be in a position lo scl up iKJinmalinfj convenlions immcdi- j alcly if Prime Minister TriKlcnu i decided lo call a June clrclion. 1 Mr. f.nndiy says lu1 nndcr- j slands a( least one person lias j expvL-fiSccl iritciresl in seeking the KscpiimaU-Sarinich nomina- scat is nou held fed orally by Liberal P-avid Andcv- -son and that if lie docs ac- HialK" contest the rom- inalion. a; he c-xpcc In. lie piobubly f.-'v oiic nllicr Suci'cd luipcinl. Koolcnay canal conlracL let VANCOUVER iCP> Rrit- Columbia Hydro announced licre thti Dillingham Corpora- tion Canada Ltd. has heen awarded a contract for Ihe ex- cavation and conslniclion of the Kootenay Canal on the I south side ol the Koolcnay River, about 10 miles west of Kelson. Dillingliam submitted ;i bid of for the project, lowest of four bids received. When completed, the three- mile-long canal will carry wa- ter from the Koolcnay River lo a new powerhouse lo be con- stnicleri three miles clown- Strearn from the Cora Linn Dam. Construction is expected lo stall early next monlh. >7 '4V M KEEP YOUR DISTANCE Lucy, o 10-year-old Jaguar at the 5on Francisco Zoo gives fair warning to to stay away From her new child. The I idle cat, one 'of a pair of twins barn March 6, ha% jusl rcccn'ly come ool of Iii ding of icr o month's seclusion in Ins tage. Mom'i is Dvidcnl. ow STOCKHOLM When j broke inlu ;i liei c Ilic-y off an nlann thai nn started ninliir-ih on t-.'micras anil .-el off ;i n-t order (lint bcl- li.uc-d (nrr lor [in; pcilirc. t )nc ni iii v rr- nnd i police vu'i'c iuiollici' that appeared in tlic How you Nice to grow? A new home, 6 cdi, furniture, a vacation? Discuss your plans wilh a TD Bank Manager (irsl. 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