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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE IETHBSIDG- HERALD Thursday, December 21, WOVLD TRY AGAIN eated candidates er their future By GREG MclNTVKE Herald .-tjff Writer eraU. Mr. Sulaivcky, ?A. MP for Rocky join the Edmonton lav: o: Paries. Cavar.augh and in Januarv. Undecided I Mr. Russell said r.e probably vrcn't run again, but v.vil! con- tinue to vror'-: fo: the Liberal pa-Ty. He he lost about work for the election campaign ar.d is currently work-. ing on a ?0 color tentatively titled Wilder-'. r. ri'ur a list was p Lzz'.cd by i; h c tive win. "I though-; the elec- tion would have been closer than it he said. The New Democratic candi- date ir. Leihbndge. Hal Hoff- rr.an said he'd be reUiciart to for ar.oiher leave oi series from his teaching job at Leihbndge Commun'ty College run again. Tike rr.ost In E.yjtherr. Ali by the Herald, decided arx-r. iri which could Man-.' or i: dates ir. the the Corserva-.ivi IS federal The strongest a No plans rJs rivals _i..t >.c.r., during summer how- ever, he said he'd iet- tir.2 his narr-o Hoifmar.. and Keiih Har.ccck, S3. the Social Credit car.riidate. ihey hso FJ political plans icr the i tirr.e being. In Medicine Hat. Mr. said he hadn't made up hi5 rr.ird whether to seek re-elec- tion would wrrk to improve i the Liberal image in f Canada in the He disc ousted the geriC-ral opinion that voters tho Tnideau leadership, savir.g in- siead thst -.h'-re wa.s a com- plex and general government across the Petty Bert Har ave. pres; -Jen t c f 'he Car.adian Caillemsn's A.S- 3ocialien, beat Mr, Olson by campaigning on eco- nomic Usuej. Toole. the New Derno- crat in Medicine Hat. i "people in Medians Hat are j arti-everjihiriS1. They talk al! sorts of petty and are little concerned wiih things cn. the national level.'1 The -iS-year-old NDP carrli- icr the ridir.? in the last -.hree federal said tired c: talkins "her: no- bu'. added ii I'm 'Viiliarn Pax man. the ssld he was undecided whether to run again. before the public, hut said shocked by the results e vote." all four Southern Alberta .ituericits thrj Sr.crc-ds fin- Rocky Mountain y.r. Sula- was defeated by Joe Clark rmer to natiORal er-'L'ive Fi o b ert "At ?A. I've still got lots ot I run in six months, a year, five o ten years from now it doesn t Pleased Worked He predicted an election with- Cheney, New Democratic candidate in Rocky Mcfuntair1, said there was a definite anu- vote ''Allen jrked bard for hds 001- and well liked ar.d did little that v.ron? politically.': Mr. Cheney, 25. said he would S'iCred Brian Ganske, 33, said he would ran again if ask- ed. He iiid a1, a recent post-fed- eral tlec-ion meeting of So- cred3 in Detr it was very difficult to get caroidaus to M.r. PE.-crr.an, 47. he Uje election gave ham a chance to Social Credit pol-' corr.rriit themselves to ran agiifl. teachers end staff cf irie Gcsder School ft; T'ncnk you for all wonderful Kelp and support fur.d is Top raw from left, CnrsTir.e Larson, RiVa Von C-sr Leest and Judy frcm left, Lynn Gregg and Abe. Thanhs o rniiiian kids! Your help means so m u c n, Thanhs to co-operating %ff gather I s'r the Ur-iTcrian in Kor crjn i csunt'sr a. And f r.To the ChrsstfTios corfipai To- I'oc- cf to Co-ne Jo Ihe lelhondge II May run Social Jim I Green said Cftfiriieiv i an vo-.c, V.'e had Liberals r.ere vot- ing He said "i- r baker is weren't tive .rstn, ,i, t-v a run J- cause ot tr.e vv.uin i her away and children. 2-'i. a NantAn prices arjJ port dL-.rjiVs. i Second Andy V) Xeri Hurlhurt. '-vho over CV from retirir.fr .Vli' G'ir.d- I Nixon doesn't get enough SIMPSONS bears CLEARANCE MEN'S UTEX SKI JACKETS TAP) President physician hi." Maj.-fren. iVsi-er f. .'.'.yoc. a ,r ar.rvial r physical in esda, Wd tri' the dent's fire." Thfi from !s.-t ;es.-.-; -.airj Tkach. ft .n biood "Fm r.w that" r.e in the norrna! I But has 'Trri j-t.iil ex- ri sentenced The perfect chance to buy that last minute gift for the man of your life. A Utex ski jacket. Made of 100% nylon shell and lining 100% polyester fiberfill interlining. Comes vcith a away hood, storrn cuffs and a belt. 2 zipper and either zipper or button front pockets. C'noose just the perfect jacket from our large assortment of styles and colors. Colors of Navy, Red, Beige. Sizes 34 to 46. Dry clean only. Simpsons-Sears has everything for Christmas STORE HOURS: Tonight, Fridoy end until 9 p.m. Phone 328-9231 ;