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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IETHBRIOGE NERAID Monday, January IS, 1973 Alberta Tories compete for jobs F.U'I. J you cm be: your MP Alvin Hamilron, .once a cab-. IKYuM Ou-iiva Bureau dollar every one will Ix? given a ine: niinisrer in John Diefenba- OTTAV." Tue rime of one spokesman en energy anl natu- in is However, when you steoniroll resources. :ir.d opposition into obir. ion. in a JLV Clark i Mountain snc'V'.T: ;o ironi province it means thai ir.e com- u'ro ropplea Parliamentary sec- par'j? c: LCT ".he prov- pet Lion within your OV-TI party Allan Sulacycky on Dec. inre'> -err.bers of a [o gsln recognition 30ih. 15 a University of Alberta d'j-e :o il-.e r-ic: :h2: Lie creuy intense. science graduate, a Confer vaii ves vcn every 0'" AYecdy, Conservative forr-or execute assistant 19 lecrrol Rober: has appointed Mr. S'snfleld and an early 30th. ou: :he :Vir seven Alberia MPs CD imports: worker for the Peter Lougheed members :he L: beryls'.e-J poc's as c a ileus provincial Conservatives. in 2T.1 up 2 chsirrren or special citicers. Kenneth Kurlburt (LeLh- irc'irsic.ns by Geri Ba-dmn, the veie.-n is a former mayor Pary from owner of a "_OOK a: like ex- River, carries en as Hoiise 2Cri? the Er.d AJrer.j MF: leader of :he autstacdins "Li iL-y one so Fc-r. iEacleod nar.y my ore Xcrir.; i> sffsirs cnuc: r.on Marker bee can a job L-. ihe uhe2: caD-e. ur pa easUv K a cos- cnuc: Marcs! g d Q, Q snarss d.v M. EEC federal Credi, MP. was a veteran political vvho kne'.v ail rhe IT; pretty fsL-Ly bei "1; a psr-v on'y one. '.--vo or -errors Par- TAKEA GENTLE LAXATIVE From the makers of TUMS! Mr. Er.d others; ___ Dcfl Maia.-.- iiT HaT- ir-wss: trs.-5- ,ide rec. cpi'ioa a prreicent of the Cs- r.ic-iar. Cattlemen's Association. obriousiy front mate- pen Centre is leaves 12 Alterta Cor.- otficiai urci. And there is some pre'ry lf the man twclec M-caJ fc-r-er cabre: -cse tnres partes can-ed Mahoney L- Calgary South M or seven bidding Clark wants more Canadian studies SOG u: the Hois? pi iu tuited States Lli biddin? Snis? of L-stead c: 19. Flight and ga Yet. S thar. Mr Me Build u Here Comes .Mr. Fait Why Not? Now's Ifis tir-.e lo begin building n camper, (roller, cr con- verting a bus for net: summer. It's easy when done ccre- fully end when end if a problen arises the Jteff or PrebCo Vehicles is ready to supply professional cdvice. PrebCo's 10% Builder's Discount you off all new materials OFF ALSO AVAILABLE IS AS MUCH AS J' Sliqhily dsmaqed materiel luch ai doors, windawi, ccbinef board hardware, aluminum lidina. REGISTER NOW AND PREPARE TO ENJOY 1973's SUMMER MONTHS (AT HALf THE COST) RECREATION VEHICLES 600 AVENUE N., IETHBRIIX3E Phone OPEN WEEKDAYS AND SATURDAY MORNING By GEORGE KITCHEN tinned are these which buy Tin" YORK The :heir fuel cheap rs-.cs or, an red States has run into z interrurtable basis. They kneu- ______ heating fuels a the tra; supp'Jes run short. in t.-v oi "erce and pro- t.e.v are the to have their tractec cold but no ore i5 Se Libi-ais" derived in A'- L" d-Eer at both rrc--.nnciai and There has been federai the of fuel to large incus- ccn-e-xistent at the federal level trial users arxi seme public arjd abotrt at sohoois have hsd to close or the provirxria! and classes. SJtne d'dn't re- PrerJer Peter Louised adcing open aiter hoii- his appsa: snd fores to his fed- cays- airiLies and buses- era; -er.bers. a real challenge have experienced shortages. Ln the feccrsi eiex.-'JoD But the average home o'.vner seems cr'.ler -as course, in a v.-sv that's rer.encei nc- ir.c-x.-ien- An anauis'ned old Cam- bodian peasant woman rides in a motorbike-drawn car: cs she fiees renewed fighting last wesk near the prc-vincal ccpital cf Trcm Khncr, 10 miles soufn cf P h n o m Fenn, BROOKS, Alia. iCPl A seven-point program 10 encoiir- age "positive Canadianism" was outlined recently by Robert Clark, candidate for the Alber- ta Social Credit leadership. I Mr. Clark, .MLA for Olds- Didsbury aJid former provincial education minister. it is 1 necessary in 'seize on Can- nda's for j He advocated: 10 leacbers. snd re- i searchers to rake an active in- j leresi in studying and solving Canadian problems: ErcroLvairenK-iir by provincial government for local cultural activities including an Alberta mead to be awarded annually for the of j ficticn a.nci hlsioricnl non-fiction on an Alberta theme: i !Moro use of Al- berta and Canadian bcoks and 1 Jearning materials; Use of Aiberra ment buildings and Treasury Branch oftices to works o: artists and cruiis- Er.coursgarner: to ors of all nations to form jcLi: -iviih Alberta izvesiors co diversity fore-icn and help fulfil Alberta's coniJ1.- uing need for large of risk-cspnal Tax Izccz-ives for ta companies and investors so ihcy can cornr-ote on FJ: footing cor.i- pinies ar.d ioreip bvestc-rs; ''including those owned to appoint a nnicrit1' K Canadian directors. Mr. Clark said a separate poLcy paper on the subject of encouraging Albertans to invest in Albcna will be issued before Lhe provincial Social Credit k'adershlp t-oin'ention in Ed- inontcn starting Feb. 1. lour Hearins? c frfe oner o! 1 10 ihOsC uo r.o: v.naersiand A aid ever hr1 cbsoluieiy or.e Try i: to ho'-v it i? Tvor'i rrivLicy 01 your vsi Ii's to keep, Than a tuird No wires lead stt.T- it ;.vt; ours HOT. vo is CO eitona 7 ".0 COHlCL Flu hits Ontario A spokesman for the office o-f Err.erjertr-- Prepared-ess in -0 to 15 ce- :-es normal tor this Par: o: prr-blen Lri the fall TORONTO Tre _.._ bus: has sttm: 7S3 WO residents but oniy SI cases have Uvry rf VeSedCFridaT .After sun-eying health units across the province, the minis- said schools, bdusirv and _ businesses bad a iO-per-cen; a'r> trorr r--o ".vmcn r-reventea tarmers KHLCC _______________ harvestuig an-i Those stands o: grain. thotich frcrfn. no-.v are Kiss was COstly harvested but mu_- be cried_a't Italy mar- b-i; r-t-riaad for ned bionde beauty has paid r-rott-kne ard r.arura: cas for the in the last six years to heatina trt-a blackmailers who told her said most of they saw he- kiss a stranger. incbustrlai plants being ra- rolice said. Tre men were ar- rested here a rev days ago s-hec woman finally ce- fighting pollution cided to to poiire. men had threatened Cosima i NeuierlaaJs Carcelletto. 30. trith Tris is f.ghring to her rrusband af'er she 1-dsseri air roL'u'ion and rlsi-g costs her driving instructor she years by operating 4-Xi p'ub'jc buses ;o. petered vrlth natural They Take So Long to Die THE CANADIAN ASSOCIATION FOR HUMANE TRAPPING Wishes tc cbcilih cruel tre use cf instcrT-kiiif trcppirc and have s 'rc-s T-cde ccrisvs K. CORMACK PATRON: The Hon. J. W. Grant MacEwan r I i would like to become a member of your Association and enclose S (minimum 52.00) as my subscription far one year. NAME ADDRESS Mail to-. 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