Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
20 _ THE UIH om HEADY AfiAIX Former prime minister John Dicfrn- haker descrihed himself Sat- urday as "fit and rtaily" to run again in the euiislilneney nf Prince Alhert in the next federal election, llo was ad- dressing nhoul persons at the animal meeting of Ihe Pro- gressive Conservative Associ- ation in the northern Saskat- clicwan riding. "If I'm nom- inatcd to contest this seal, I intend to win." llv AI1T .HHINSON TOlitiNTO H'l'l door v.as elosed Saturday on Canada's largest country fair, leaving Males convinced that big-oil'.' enlcrlainnionl and I the .sport of kings linth lure' 'crouds duwn lo the farm. i Mr. Mtles. Ki'iicral manager I of the Koyal Winter Fair, said j Ihe inlre.dnciimi of live enter- liiinmint at the fair and his-: name performers at the nigh'.ly Royal Horse Show attracted large crowds during the nine- dav event. Attendance at the licrse show increased a' least as much on most niglns. said Ihe general manager. more on others. The horse show seals were sold out on four nights, and for the final performance all tickets had been purehas'.'d twn months the horse show, will he among candidates lo represent Canada in equestrian events at the Olympics year. Mr. Moles said the four ri- ders, who attracted attention in jumping events across the eoun- trv in 'the iivin hs prior to the C.omiailv 'vtTV ncfiil" Royal, were instrumental in at- trading crowds to the fair. But part of Ik.' credit also goes to the "brigil'.ened-up" image of the .19-year-old fair, he added. Organizers spent to augment the thundering of the ol prize cattle with the sound of music. Kcr Ills first time this year, as cattle conlen'.i'dly hay in judging stalls awl venders hiiuked hot dogs and soft ririnl-.s off the main arena, ihe sweet strains of the Ontario i Place Singers wooed the crouds at Ihe winter fair. Kair-goer's also were enter- tained bv the winners of last s u m in e r's Junior Fanners' Music Festival, as well as a couple of folk-singers specially imparlcd from ciher pavls of Ontario. Thv result, says Mr. Moles, was a larger crowd of young 'people, in Ilia 1G-25 age group, I t.ixin in any previous year. Kotiian Catholic teachers on I NEW YORK (API A union of lay teaehers al Horaan Catho- lic schools in New York arch- diocese went nil strike Monday, mar-kin" the first major walk- mil nsainst a pnrnelmd school system in the offinnls said thn HI einnenliiry ami secondary M'hools would remain upcn for inslrudion" of thci'- pupils despite the. i strike l-y the AI'I.-CIO Fedcra- 1 linn of Catholic K afters. on Ten p arle GAIN ITHI.lt'n V "We go! all sons of publicity out of the Canadian equestrian said Mr. Moles, refer- ring to the riders who repre- ions HEAVY DIUNKEHS n team. after leading throughout most of the show, lost lo Ihe United by a three-point margin in a jump-off event Saturday night A survey shows seven o' Dimlap. .lira Day. Tor- .vcry ICO drinkers in the Irish ci-.y Millar and Barbara Sinin- iepublic are alcoholics. soil, who represented Canada at WASHINGTON (API Tiv.i- i sury Keereiary John R. Connal- arinciin.nl iierc that finance ministers .-f Group ui Ten industrial c.iunlrics will meet in i Rome Tuesday. Nov. lie said I he is "ver. hopeful that prog- ress can Li' made I But lold a con- frrenec he doubts a realignment. i of the world's currencies can be achieved in a single meeting And in comnietit home- front asi-.'.v's of President Nix- i Oil's policy. Connally said he i., "very disappointed" in the coal-w-aae .-ttilcmcnt ap- proved la-; v.-cek by Nixon's pay board and hopes it will not become a precedent for other i contracts. I The pay hoard has approved a coal pay raise estimated at [from 15 ID eent, I whereas it.- general guideline is i n.5 per Owning your home is like money in Ihe bank. 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