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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 1572 1H{ IETH3RIDGE HIPAID 3 Southern Alberta's lop meet Snow rigs race Jan. TABER Southern largest, and probably Alberta's second largest, snovv- rniAilr- race meet ir, scheduled Icr Saturday and Sunday, Jan. and is being spon- JS end 1 sored by the local Fiatlands Snwmobile Ciuh. Radio station backed fur? (H.NSj A third o dtion for southern Al- i A project of the Taber r o( Commerce. i ution would be a satel- of the publicly o-A-nc-d and r station CKL'A o! Ed- monton, formerly the voice of Sam-timed Ijy the will be served 6 to eTi Snowmobile Association. 7 p.m., dinner from 7 9 p.m. the Class A event offers S1.5W I 'a seven-course Chinese in guaranteed prize money in and dancing from 'j p.m. addition to some worth o! i Entries by Jan. !0 receive hotel acroramoda- tion along v.-lfh dinner and dance for S17 pier wjpk, an I? per WJp'e charge uill be made for those attending trie dinner and dajtce. trophies presented by the spon- Ballroom dancing, ceramics set jLast chance I to help USC SOTS. Tile grand daddy of all Al- berta snowmobile race meets 15 '.he triple A event held at Wetas- I kiwin. But this is later in Hie I v.inter. Club president Frynk Span- i b a u e r and race committee chairman Dave Claire say the meet here is expected to at- tract borne 200 competitors from across Alberta and parts of and British Columbia. The nev.1 track, 3 half-mile r.val, was c'jnstrucOKl just be- fcre winter set in on prop- c-.-ty one mi it north and a half- mile west of the drive-in the- atre. Racing will be conduc-ted for three machine class if ica! modified, super stock, and stock arxl for four motor in each for a fifth and sixth for the modified equipment. Engine ratings according to events are: up to cc: from "highest quality" I 3C'l to 340 cc: from 54! to far programming cc: and from 401 lo 440 cc and fiT the modified, t from 41 to 650 cc; IJ50 upward. Elimination racing roll Big TABKR replicating j from 41 to 550 cc; and from instructional ?.lds read JiAN'fjS flffKAT ON' THEIR fiKtis'.uic of chairman Mrs. [idnrt Hunter, was as follows: The inspiring thing about this drive i; that it involves so many children. It's children helping chil- dren. Help the children in Korea. Send your donation today. We don't care how small the 'gift may be. Let's make our presence felt. Let's take part. Lei's join hands with everyone to complete this wonderful project for Dr. Lotta Hitschmanova and the USC. We promised her we'd spare no effort to reach the goal. The most basic use of Prairie barley of course is come in the rescue of victims of fire, flrxxis. grave illness, (such as and The USC provides a maximum of 15 pounds per person per month. One pound of Alberta barley costs the USC eight cents. One Friendship Dollar buys 12 barley ra- tions for one person. Barley aids women who want to be assisted with the family planning problems. Get your dollar in today. Mail to Helping Hand- ful, Lethbridge Herald. COAUfURST: Tuesday. Jan. It will accent J. ir. the Coa'hursi High School the Ta'-.-cr civi a to 12 noon and 1 to 3 r.-.rr.. 'j'ucsdav. Jan. 2. in the Health Unit Office in the Building. 30 a.m. to 12 r.oon and i-.yi to 4 BARS'WEU.: d a y, Jan. 3. in the school from 1 to 3 p r.-. IRON' SPRINGS: Wednesday. Jin. 3. in the school from to p.m. i COALDALE: Thursday, Jan. I 4, in the Health Unit Office