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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -Thursday, Worth 9, 1972 THE IETHDRIDGE HERAID 3 KLINE AND YVONNE DEGROOT Three Liberals seek nomination BROOKS Three candidates 1 and a possible fourth have an- nounced dwir intention to seek tlw nomination for UK Liberal parly in the federal constitu- ency of Cro-ii-fnol Mrs. Langs of Clarcsholni, Andrew McAlistcr nt Lomond and Lyall Curry of SumrynooK. Tlic possible'fourth is a Vul- can district farmer. The nominating convention will be held in three places on different dales and the first, al which the candidates will de- clare themselves, is at (.he Elks hall in Brooks this Saturday, March 11 a( p.m. Guest speaker at Brooks will bo Alberla Liberal leader Rob- ert Russell of St. Albert The second nominating meet- ing Mill be in Ilanna on Fri- day, March 17 at 8 p.m. in the first United Church when Al- lan Sulalycky, IIP for Ihe huge Rocky Mountain constituency, will be the speaker. Tile final meeting is in (lie Legion hall in Vulcan on Sat- unlay, March IS, at 8 p.m. when Agriculture Minister H A. Olson will be the speakoi Those qualified to vole are adult residents of Crowfoot con stiltiency, a Canadian citizen and a momlwr of the Libera Party. Preferential balloting 1 2-3 will be used to determine the candidate. The pallet box will be locked and sealed immediately after Brooks and Hanna and the fina' tally of ballots will be made a' Vulcan on March 18 when the candidate will be declared by a returning officer to be appoint ed. Mrs. Lange was an Alberta member of the commission on the Status of Women reporting to the federal government Lyall Curry is a rancher a Sunnynook south of Hanna wb has served on the Special Areas Board. Andrew McAlister is a farm cr of Lomond and he has serve< on the County of Vulcan coun cil for a number of years is chairman of the school com mittee. GRAND OPENING MARILYN'S HAIR STYLES Ph. 345-4661 COALDALE Come in and tcike advantage of the free draws! EVERYONE WELCOME! COUIMTRY NEWS These Are flie lethbndge Herald Correspondents in Your Area MAGRAU) MRS. MltDRED HARKER P.O. Box 97 MOUNTAIN VIEW MRS. MAXINE HANSON Gen, Dll. Conlacl Iliese pcopVe for your District Newi or Classified Advertising CAPTAINS HONORED-Capt. Randy Hart of Taber accepts the A event trophy from sponsor Milan Balog of Balog and Sons Petroleum Products. His team won top place in the two-day minor hockey tournament in the Blcirmore arena. Copt. R. Kline of the Fernie Peewee team accepts the B event trophy from Yvonne DeGroot, operator of the Arena Lunch Counter. Taber Peewees and Fernie Peewees won the two events. Decoux Photos Classrooms construction. on agenda NATAL (IIA'S) Trustees of! :he J'ernie school district will itart. March 13 setting prior- ities for construction of class- rooms, gymnasiums and other iacilities approved recently by 80.77 per cent of the voters in schools referendum. Only 22.7 per cent of the list- ed eligible owner electors cast ballots. Taber hockey club shows Calgary Airport is topic today TABER (HNS) Taber'a proposed municipal airport will be discussed at two meetings in council chambers today. Ministry of transport officials from Edmonton will present re- sults of a cost study. Public support for the airport will be assessed. The proposed airport would be northwest of [own, west of tire paved road to Tabcr Pro- vincial Park. Trucks win OK TABER (HNS) The pur- chase ni two new trucks from local dealers was given the jreen light by lown council re- cently. A pick-up will go to the pub- lic works department, the hand- me-down being assigned to parks and cemetery. A unit be- ing replaced by a gravel truck will be retained for street sand- ing and other miscellaneous uses. Church anniversary event March 17 STIRLING UINS) Tickets may now he obtained trom members of the LDS Clinrch Relief Society for a dinner for tlwse Ifi years and older to be held Friday, March 17. al. 7p.m. in the Stirling Cultural Hall. A program and dance will follow at 8 p.m. where those 14 and older may attend at no charge. This semi formal event is to celehrate the 130lh anniver- sary of (he relief society. Everyone is welcome. By VERN DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau BLAIRMORE Taber Pee- wees took the A event in a two day Southwest Alherta Minor Hockey League tourna- ment held recently in the Blair- more arena. Tlicy defeated Calgary Aca- dia to the tune of 5-2 in a fast game. Winner of the B event was the Fernie team. It whipped Blairmore Peewees 10-5. Lcthhridge heal Pincher 5-4; Calgary Willow Point defeated Fernie 9-5; Cal- gary Aeatlia downed High Riv- er 10-3; and Bhurmore won oul over Pincher Creek 6-5. Tabcr beat Lethbridge 5-1; Fernie beat High River 9-3; and Calgary UCW meets IRON SPRINGS Iron Springs United Church Women met recently at the home of Mrs. N. ?.I. Oliver with an attendance of 12, Mrs. C. Bensoirs theme for worship was "the scope of the compassionate spirit." The program dealt with Ca- nadian trade in Africa. Mrs. W. Alexander, Mrs. L. I Robson and Mrs. D. Oliver re- ported on (he South Alberla Acadia heat Cal- Presbylerial they attended at School by Mrs. B. D. Reiter will] classes Monday and Thursday evenings. A basic program iti sewing for men will be included. SALE TABEIl (JINSi Eight prop- erties will be offered at a tax recovery auction at 2 p.m. March 15 at the town office. Trophy night Saturday OOLEMAN (CNP The Coleman Fish and Game Association's annual trophy night will IK held in the Elks Hall al p.m. Saturday, March II. The event will feature a buf- fet supper. Presentation of gfinie head ami trophy fish will be made Game officer Wend- land of Pincher Creek and MLA Charles Drain will speak. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Docoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2149 gary Willow Point 3-1. Players were billeted in local hotels, motels and at the homes of Blairmore players. Trophies for the two day event were sponsored by Joe Bodio Imperial Oil and Gas: Blairmore Motors; Crowsnest Pass Motors; Allied Distribu- tors; minor hockey; Steve Ill- rich; Grant Hall Pharmacy; Milan Balog and Sons, petrol- eum products; and the Arena Lunch Counter. Referceing for the 10 games was provided free by Gary Alar- cial, AH Longworth, Steve Ul- rich, Don Campbell, Milan Ba- log and Milo Marcial. Time- keepers were Ted Taggart and Milan Balog. The event was organized by Art, Prive of Blairmorc. SHAMROCK TEA SPA11WOOD (HNS) SI. Michael's CatJiolic Women's League will sponsor a sham- rock lea March 18. Tea will be served in St. Michael's Hall from 2 to 5 p.m. Donations of baking will be appreciated. Building sites inventory ordered bv Taber council TABER (HNS) Contem- plating a summer building boom, town council has called for a listing of all available building sites, either privately or town-owned. The list will show properties currently fully serviced as to water ant! sewer mains, prop- erties which could be inexpert- sively serviced, iind those whose servicing would involve main line extensions and con- siderable expenditure of public funds. Lethbridge recently. Elkford mass SPAHWOOD (HNS) Rev. Leslie Trainor, parish priest of St. Michael's Parish here, has announced he will be saying mass at IlrSO n.m. at Elkford beginning March 12. There will be a charge in the times of mass al Spanvood; first mass will be at a.m. and second mass at 7 p.m. Annual parley STIRLING (HNS) The an- nual meeting for ratepayers will be held in the Stirling School at p.m. Monday, March 13. Sewing classes IRON SPRINGS (HNS) "Sewing with knits" is being conducted in the Huntsv i 11 e OPEN TONIGHT DON'T KID AROUND ON YOUR cofmnt ItlORKS Preparing your income 1ox return Is far irotn child's play. You need to receive every legitimate deduc- tion. H R BtOCK ivill prepare, checlt ond guar- antee your return for curacy. So slop kidding yourself. Bring your to H R BLOCK. GUAMHnt________ We guaranlee accurate -prepurallon of tax n If we make any errors that cost you any penalty I Ij lefesl. we pay only lhal penalty oc interest. CO. Canada's Service Witfi Over 6000 Offkn In Xtrtfi tmeiici 815 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 9-9 9-5 Saturday Phone 327-3717 NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY. Hospital society meets Sunday NATAL (HNS) The an- nual meeting of the Michel-Na- tal District Hospital Society Home of fine Brazier foods FRIDAY SATURDAY SPECIAL! BRAZIER BURGER FRENCH FRIES MILK SHAKE (choice of NORTH STORE LOCATION ONLY! 516 13th Street N. Phone 327-1855 I be held at p.m. Sun- day, March 12, in the Spar- wood Civic Centre. Annual dues of are due. The society urges all to sup- port the drive for a new hospi- tal here. Discover the extras in Old Stock Chaiyk honored i by university HANNA John C. Charyk, principal of Ihe Hanna High School, has recently achieved yet another honor for bis achievements in the profession of teaching. Mr. Charyk, who has served as a member of the senate of the University of Calgary, lias been awarded a certificate of merit, on the authority of the university's senate. The citation is in the form of an illuminated certificate sign- ed by Chancellor W. A. Friley. The inscription is as follows: "On the authority of (lie senate cf the university this certificate is granted in appreciation of dedicated service while a mem- ber of the senate to John C. Charyk." Mr. Charyk has gained a wide reputation not only as one of the wests leading education- ists, hut also as an author of considerable renosvn. 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