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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, June 8, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 Westerner May Be Picked New President Of Conservative Party OTTAWA (CP) The new national president of the Conservative party probably will be a westerner, but of (lie urban rather than rural variety. Nathan Nurgitz hails from Winnipeg's north end, terrain long held by New Democrat MP David Orlikow and Stanley is the kind of territory the Conservatives arc after in the next federal election. The party lost heavily in the cities in Mr. Nurgitz, a lawyer in his 30s, is a party vice-president and regarded by those who know him as an energetic and capable figure. Best of all, perhaps, he knows urban he is selected national president June 20, he will have to handle the biennial national meeting of the party next year and probably a full election in 1972. Two other party vice-presidents are eligible to succeed Frank Mcores, who resigns June 20 to become the in Newfoundland. But party sources say that Paul Trcpanier, Gi'anby, Quo., architect, and II. R. Patterson, a busy Toronto corporate lawyer, aren't contesting. FITS PARTY IMAGE That leaves Mr. Nurgitz, who fits well the image the party wants to mold. As a may also help build confidence in thai region in Robert Stanficld's leadership. Mr. Moores made 56 speeches last year and travelled extensively to help organize the party for the 1972 campaign. Even Party Leader Stanficld's campaign lour has been sketched thr din Ian the sit I fou Lil wo Meanwhile, M r. Stanfiehl, through a series of hind-raising dinners, and the Newfound- lander arc said to have placed the party in a good financial po- tion. Mr, Moores now is in New- foundland getting set to battle Liberal Premier Joseph Small- wood in a provincial election an- ticipated this fall. Until the clec-jbecn spent patching up the rifts lion date is set, lie probably will j ami building Slanficld's national hold on to his Bonayisla-Trini-1 a ConscrvaUvo tv-ConccpUon scat in Parlia- 1 front-bencher. From now on, national wc 'iave to our S'B'1'S m president will be the one who election, gears up for the next federal, "Next session, we're going to election. I begin to give the government "The last two years have I hell." ment. His successor' The specials offered by these leading Lelhbridge merchants available only upon presen- tation of their Special prices in effect until Wed. Closing, June 10th (unless otherwise CLIP AND SAVE Special! CARDIGAN SWEATERS Lightweight Acrilan or Double Breasted Coat Sweaters. Regular 9.00 to 20.00 WITH COUPON Offer expires p.m. Wednesday DORETA Special! SILHOUETTE ROUND SERVING TRAYS Colors: red, blue, green. WITH COUPON, ONLY 5 .95 OFFER EXPIRES p.m. WEDNESDAY PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY LADIES' WEAR 602 3rd Avenue South 7-PIECE KITCHEN TOOL SETS With Coupon GIANT SIZE PURE fJS.6 CELLULOSE SPONGES With Coupon PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY Offer expires p.m. Wednesday DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave. 5., Phone 327-5767 TJ1 Special! XVT EVEREADY DELTA CAMPING LANTERN Complete with 6 volt radar battery. ,99 Regular 11.90 WITH COUPON PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY OFFER EXPIRES p.m. WEDNESDAY Special! RUBBER COVERED PRACTISE BASEBALL 55 WITH COUPON, ONY...... W PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY OFFER EXIRES p.m. WEDNESDAY DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Avenue S. Phone 327-5767 8 THE SPECIALS OFFERED BY THESE MERCHANTS ARE GENU- INE SAVINGS! Clip the coupons and take them to the stores ad- vertising here to receive the extra specials offered! 2 GALLON PLASTIC CAN SRINKL1NG Seamless body Round Easy Grip handles Screw type nozzls IMPROVED QUICK BOILING PICNIC KETTLE Will make 12 cups of coffee or lea in 5 minutes. Any fuel may be used. North Lethbridge Mo-Tires Cor. 3rd Ave. and 13th St. N. Special! BRAKE RELINING Regular 24.95 Ib. AJINOMOTO ACCENT 1.50 JAPANESE SILK SUMMER PARASOL 5.S5 6.95 JAPANESE TABI Black, red and whits. Sizes 10 to 1.75 SAKUMOTO'S CONFECTIONERY GIFTS 630 13th St. N. Phone 327-1470 LADIES' PANT SUITS SPECIAL, NOW LINGERIE CLEARING AT WITH THIS COUPON COBY'S FASHIONS 322 13th ST. N. Special! COOLER CHEST All melal construction Inside and out metal ice container, fully insulated throughout, strong chrome handle. Size high. n.99 Reg. 17.95 SPECIAL W EACH NORTH LETHBRIDGE mm Portable Transistor Regular Vi Pri WITH THIS COUPON ACME TELEVISION 535 13th St. N. Phone 327-6361 606-608 3rd Avenue South Phone 327-5767 Special! FOLDING CAMP STOOLS Metal legs with rubber feet, green, canvas seat. 4.49 SPECIAL I EACH it? Reg. 2.9S NORTH LETHBRIDGE Special! CARRY CUSHION Folding Carry Cushion Ideal for Autos, sports, boating, picnics, polio chairs. Flexible foam cushion wilh sturdy vinyl ,39 covering, asst'd, colors. Reg. 2.25 SPECIAL 1 NORTH LETHBRIDGE 324 CAMPER'S SPECIALS! 16" BOW SAW Reg. 3.49 HUNTER'S AXE WITH SHEATH EACH NORTH LETHBRIDGE Colorful Plasticware FOR THE CAMPER Clothes basket Pails Dish Pan! Drain Boards Cutlery Trays Regular 98c to 1.49 ONLY 59 U EACH NORTH LETHBRIDGE Phon Street N. F1U I I J 328-4 ;