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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Book now for this SPORTS WEEKEND OAKLAND, CALIF., MARCH 3, 4, 5. NHL Hockey Game Basketball Game Horse Racing For information and bookings call ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lelhbridge, Alberta, Monday, February 21, 1972 PAGES 9 TO 18 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Ask about Photogray Trie leni Ihot changes with the light. Winter returns briefly Its not exactly Miami Bead but Lethbridge is still one o the warm spots in the provinc today. It was only one of handful of Alberta locations t record a temperature abovi zero early this morning. The low overnight was fou above, while the high today wil be near 20, except in Pinche Creek where the temperalur will be in the 35 degree range It will be mainly sunny today with some cloud moving inti the area this evening. Th convention begins Thurs- day with an address by Juriee Marjorie Bowker of the Ju- I venile and Family Courts in Kdmumon. Her topic is The Oldest Classroom of All The Home." Chief Dan George will be the special speaker at the Tlmr day night banquet at the Ex- hi'oUicn Pavilion. The keynote address of convention will be delivered Friday by Dr. Warren Ziegler of tin.1 Syracuse University Re search Centre in New York Sandwiched between these speeches will be several work- shops involving special speak- ers from universities in Al- berta, Montana and Utah. CHIEF DAN GEOHGI3 The marketing board will as- sist any Alberta producer who has lost records. On request, the board will provide a sum- niary record for all hogs sold a particular produc- in 1971 by er. Request for any records must be made before March 31. By GREG MclNTYRE Staff Writer Premier Peter Lougheed will meet with Progressive Conser- vative party supporters to clis- NDP panel Tuesday his talk Chamber nusday evening. The Alberta premier js abcut 500 people, although 000 to seat The Social Credit and the Liberal parties have apparent- ly declined an NDP invitation Lo send representatives to a panel discussion Tuesday on natural resources royalties. Representatives from the Progressive Conservative and NTew Democratic Party, and the Committee for an Indepen- dent Canada will lake part in he discussion of Alberta gas and oil royalties at ft p.m. at Sven Ericksen's Family Res- taurant. Dr. Herb Axford, a Universi- y of Lethbridge economics >rofessor will represent the Tories and Grant Notley, lead- er of the provincial NDP will his party. Bob Tarleck. a school teach- er, will represent the Commit- .ee for an Independent Canada iewpoint. However, Ken Purvis, presi- pressed concern thst not a sin- j be accommodated for pie Tory was elected south cf, the dinner, he said. Tickets we Calgary in the August 1971 stiu available. Ccnssrvalive sweep to power.] The chamber mesting to Premier Lougheed has also j be finished by 10 p.m. and the pledged his provincial parly's j government party will fly back support to the federal organi to Edmonton the same night. zation at the next genera election, expected this year. At 3 p.m. Wednesday the premier will tour the Auto- matic Electric (Canada) Ltd telephone production plan here at the invitation of com pany management. Tlie premier's plane will ar rive at Kenyon Field at p.m. and the government party will head for the Ei Rancho Motor Hotel where a news con ference is scheduled for 2 p.m At p.m. the premier has a series of meetings with Leth bridge area people, expected to include Conservative party officials. The chamber dinner be- gins at with a reception at the El Rancho, dinner at 7 p.m. and the premier's address abcut 8 o'clock. The topic Mr. Lougheed will discuss has not vet been de- dent of the Lelhbridge West I cided, his press secretary Joe Social Credit Association said Huiton said today. !our Socred oficials have de- clined the invitation because of olher business commitments. Wilf Bowns, chamber man- ager, said 350 of the S7.50 per person tickets to Wednesday's By RUDY HAUGENEDER Staff Writer Indian athletes in Canada's four northern provinces territories and busy preparing themselves for the first Native Winter Games on Uie Elcad Reserve in south- ern Alberta April 7 through 9. Each area is currently con- ducting or planning playdowns of Indian teams and athletes to p decide representative teams. An estimated 600 athletes ill participate. Indian Sports Olympic Asso- ciation executives, initiator of he games, say Indians throughout Western Canada 'are really excited and talking about the games." The federal and provincial n-ernments have both indi- cated financial support for the Barnes, but neither has yet made a firm commitment, says Ron Davis of Edmonton, ,NSPOL director. The governments of the oth- er participating provinces "arc i city positive in regards to oviding finances" for game and transportation costs, he said. Interest in the games is so Treat that the Indian associa- in NViva Scotia is intorest- d in sending a hockey team to both men's and women's teams from each participating area competing for trophies, with boxing activities restricted to men competitors. Canada's first Native Winter Games will provide "an oppor- tunity t o change the Indian image and be a vehicle that may change the negative atti- tude among many people re- garding native Other Indian objectives for staging the games arc: opportunity fc-r native athletes to raise their standard of performance; interest and par- ticipation in sports currently undergoing development in r.-a- tive communities; improved recrea- tional and athletic involvement for better understanding and unification of peoples of Indian ancestry; understanding and friendship throughout Can- ada; develop among the na- team will be done by picking the province which has aggregated the most points through the point-system that wil! be used in denoting order of finish in sports S'Otivities. The winning team will take home with it the Native Winter Games flag. h? games, srid Mr. Davis. for the future of the j Games call for a rota-] on of sponsoring provinces! nd the eventual participation if Indians from throughout the ntion. 1 lie April games will see only three sparts Activities t ke place: hockey, boxing, and basketball. five people a proud identity, The various sports activities planned far the games have been endorsed by amaleur sports organizations tnich as the Canadian AmnJenr Hockey j Association, Canadian j teur Basket ball Association i en is Green Acres chairman Harold Dupen and M. S. Moul- Icn were re-elected as chairman and vice chairman at the llth annual meeting of the Green Acres Foundation Board Thurs- day. The financial statement for 1971 was presented to the board. Although there was a deficit in- curred, the board will continue its policy of making no requisi- tions to participating municipal- ities into 1972. and the International Boxing Association. The Winter games are opr-u cniy to amateur athletes who have proven at least six months residence in the prov ince they are representing Each athlete will also lie re- stricted to pa tiup iiij. in oiK one sport and musi rce CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental BLACK DENTAL LAB lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDC. PHONE 327-2822 Only two candidates John Gogo and Ken Hurlburt had formally filed nomination papers for the Federal Pro- gressive Conservative Associa- tion party contest today. A third potential candidate- Dick Gray has apparently reconsidered and will not con- test the Tory nomination at a )arty nominating convention ?eb. 28. The deadline to file nomina- tion papers is 3 o'clock tonight, said party secretary Fanny lop kills. Mr. Gcgo. an investment dealer had filed papers Friday and Mr. Hurlburt, former mayor of Fort Maclcod turned n his papers today, said Mrs. lopkins. Meanwhile, (he Lethbridge iiberal Association executive meets tonight to set a date for n annual meeting. Following he annual meeting, the Grits vill hold a convention to elect candidate to stand at trie next federal election. The only Liberal hi the run- ning so far is John Boras, awyer and former district armer. The Liberal nomination, how- vcr, is expected to be a con- ALL HOCKEY STICKS 1 LARGE ROLLS BLACK TAPE ONLY 4- SUPER BLADE (Replaceable Plastic Blade) ONLY CAU SPORTING GOODS 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Open Monday, Tues., Wed., and Sat. a.m. to p.m. Thurs. and Fri. a.m. to p.m. ningo of activities j i tcred with their rosnc-divo pro- will be offered as (ho size and vincial co-oidmnto's In 'huh participation in the games ex- pands F.iys, Philip Mistaken (luef. INSPOL president and! director of rocrcnlion on the I Blocrf reserve. The games theme is: ''Poo-! plo participation, ponpk1 in- volvomont and pe.iple enjoy i menl." I The icam Activities will have i 21. Selection of a NEW and USED WE TAKE GRAIN! THIS IS OUR STORE! YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR AIL YOUR OFFICE SUPPLIES Carbon Paper Typcwiter Ribbon ft Adder Rolls Adder Filing Folders O Business Envelopes O Transfer Cases Binding Cases Good selection of office furniture CMSNOOK STATIONERS LTD. 306 13th ST. N. PHONE 327-4591 IT'S YOUR HEAD BE CAREFUL "Today, wearing a hair-piece, styling the hair or even having a hair Transplant, is becoming very commonplace nmong those men who are especially conscious of their appearance. How- ever, along with this desije for better appear- ance there is an even more important need for the everyday care of the scalp and hair. If there is a scalp problem, such as severe dandruff or if there ore allergies thai cause o brooking out in a rash, a dermatologist should be consulcd before making any changes in how you treat your hair. His advice may help you eliminate or control any unforseen problems that could arise. We have in stock regularly, many products he might recommend. Capsule of Wisdom by ROD and GEORGE: What is so important about a prescrlplion? We feel that it is a contract between your doctor and yourself to try to restore you to good health. When you entrust us with the responsibility to supply the medication we respect your faith In our ability to fill it properly. And there's thn conceited broker with a blue chip on his shoulder DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN GEORGE RODNEY Hnin Medical Bldg. 401 5th St. 601 6th Ave. S. Free Delivery Cfill 328-6133 Call 327-3364 ;