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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THB iriHBRIDGE HERALD TSundoy, Odobar 26, W3 les wins BINDLOSS At .1 brief cor-; Staples with the Governor Gen- emony before 60 parents mid oral's Award, students at tlw Bindloss M-hool, j Jim local rab Waller Olson, diuinmn of the loader also bad words of praise board of Medicine School'' for Blainc in his Cub am! Scout Division No. presented Ulaino activities partk-i- iT PAYS TO LEASE! fi Leasing frees your workfng capilcil, Leasing provides reflnble trons portal ion at law cost. O You just sign ci contract and pay ONE regular monthly fee. 9 Your lease can include maintenance, licence and in- surance coverage. Contact BORIS KORESHENKOV, Leasing Insurance Dept, BENY AUTOMOTIVE ENTERPRISES LTD. ?.nd AVE., 9lh ST. S. PHONE paled during Ills nine years at Bindloss School. Mr. Stevens. Bindloss school principal, acted as chairman. I Blaine is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Staples of Bindloss, and received his grades one through nine educa- tion at Bindloss. Steal lamps NORTH FORK Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Delinte, accompa- nied by Mr. and Mrs. Bob He- witt and Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson, attended the Fire- men's Ball in Naruon. Mr. and Mrs. Iluljort Delinte won the ticket to Las Vegas with ail expenses paid. A few weeks ago the Olin Creek School was broken into and all lamps and silverware were stolen. These were items used by the people of Uie community. Girl Guides area planned CARMANGAY (IINS) Mrs. H a 7. o 1 Lyckman and Mrs. Rosolla Ilubka, both of Car- mangay; Mrs. Racillo EUis of Champion; anrl Mrs. Nancy Rutt of Lclhbridge were recenl Calgary visitors for nn organi- zation meeting lo make final plans to form a new area for (lie Girl Guides ol Canada, Al- berta division. Mrs. Rosella Hubka has been appointed area commissioner for the newly-formed Wild Rose j area. Mrs. Hazel Lyckman lias been named commissioner for the Bow and Arrow division. Mrs. Mary Johnson is chair- man of the local mothers' asso- c i a t i o n for Guides and Mrs. Deanna Halnes Trill con- tinue as secretary treasurer until the first of the year. Mrs. Willie Stercnberg is badge sec- retary. Guide leaders are Capt. Elea- nor Ross and Lieutenant Judy D.ilii. Mrs. Kay Greer will continue as Brown Owl. Beta Sigma Phi TABER A Beta Sigma Plii area convention, hosted by the two Tabcr chapters, was held in Uie Taber Community Cen- tre Auditorium. The day's program centred aroimd the theme of "Quest." It was followed by the "school days" format. Following registration, con- vention chairman Adele Collett welcomed the 100 sorority members from Warner, Leth- bridge, Medicine Hat, Calgary, Brooks, High River, Cranbrook, B.C., and Taber. The work session was high- lighted by "head Mrs. Cathy Callaii, leading the study CAN ALBERTA REALLY FEEL AT HOMT GOVERNMENT? TIMES ARE PEOPLE WITH A LIBERAL CHANGING! PIERRE TRUDEAU INSERTED S-f THE LIBERAL CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE IN ALBERTA the Cartoon Bug "IT'S A SOMETHING UKETHIS H COULU HAVE MADE PISA JameiWhaley; Age 13 11 Lean toward free- advises our tnott architect, the C. Bug. freedom of line foremost in your liKmli-PMinMlint inhibi freedom of style. Le ynur lino work develo ntlf expression ns per Females joursifiiiaturc, Send your c.irlooni The Lelhbridga Herald, care o! Mrs. Helen Kovacs, Box 670, Lelhbridge, Atberta. Hardieville benefits from NHA A Nalional Housing ict loan for sewage facilities t Hardieville has been approv- ed by the federal government. The announcement was made i a prepared statement by Andy Russell, Liberal candi- date In the Letlibridge riding, rom Ron Basford, secretary of itate for urban affairs. The loan Is for 25 years. If he project is completed by March 31, 1975, 25 per cent o'f he principal and 25 per cent of accrued interest will be for- given a possible saving of Since 1968 more than mil- Jon in federal loans for sew- age treatment facilities has come to Alberta, the statement said. Eye clinics Nov. 2, 3 at Pincher PINCIIER CREEK (Special) Oddfellows and Rebekahs of Pincher Creek and district will hold the annual eye screen- ing clinic (visual acuity test) for preschool children Thurs- day, Nov. 2, and Friday, Nov. 3, from 10 a.m. to !2 noon and 1 to 4 p.m. This will be held in the IOOF Hr.ll, Pincher Creek. This visual acuity test during the past year showed that 4.3 per cent, of children test- ed, required professional care for various eye defects such as amblyopia, astigmatism, short sightedness, far sightedness muscle disorders and others. Most of the parents were un aware that anything was wrong with the child's eyes, prior tc the clinic. Much of what a child knows he learns through his eyes which change with growth. Crowfoot candidates draw 125 to forum VULCAN All four Crow- oot Constituency candidates in he Oct. 30 federal election par- icipated in a political forum held at the CCHS auditorium, Presenting their views to the audience of about 125 persons vere incumbent Jack Horner, 'regressive Conservative; Andy McAlister, Literal; Jim Green, Social Credit: and Glo- ria McGowan, New Democratic "'arty. The forum %vas sponsored by Uniform and C. J. Vecsluys of Champion, district director for Unifarm, was chairman and uoderator. The first speaker, Jim Green of Duchess, said that Social Credit is once again a national ro-ce and has an able leader in Real Caouette. present economic system s faulty, he maintained, result- ing in an ever-increasing na- :ional and heavier taxa- tion, with interest alone in tha national debt now amounting to six million dollars a day. Andy McAlisfer of Lornqtid, the Liberal candidate, was the second speaker. After the past four years o[ Litxral government Canada is in the strongest position ever, he said, with the Trudeau gov- ernment facing all problems squarely. He deplored the playing of one part of the country against another by opposition members, saying that Canada was devel- oped through the "unity of pur- pose" of the arjd it i: this same unity that is needed today. Otto Lang has done a gooc job for the western farmer, he said, with wheat exports climb- ing every year and the trans portation system being im proved through government ef fort. Hs defended the youth pro- grams that have been often criticized, saying that they were cheaper and more effective than such measures as buildiui up armed forces. Gloria McGowan of Nanton, candidate, was the third peaker and maintained that Vestern Canada has been, 'completely fo-gotten" by both Liberal and Conservative gov- rnments of past years. Net farm income is down, vhile all other incomes have isen. Hie farmer's share of the ood dollar continues to drop ind he gets no more wheat now than he did in the 1950's. The NDP would help farmers o stay on the land and thus vould help small towns to sur- ive, said Mrs. McGowan. 'arm income would be in- creased through guaranteed prices and farming costs lower- id through las reform and low cost farm credit. Large corporations In Canada we avoided their fair share of :axes by taking advantage of copholes in tax laws; 45 per cent of corporations paid no :axes in 1970 and yet the Lib- erals will increase personal in- come tax. Progressive C o n s e r vative Jack Homer of Pollackville said that the Liberals had fail- ed to meet the problems of the day with the result that infla- tion was worse and unemploy- ment was up. Many of the recommenda- tions of the Task Force on Agri- culture had proved to be wrong, he said, and Canada now had only 18.5 per cent of the world trade in wheat compared to having 39.2 per cent in 1952. The LIFT program was a costly experiment. The average age of farmers Is now 58 years and younger farmers should be encouraged to stay on the land. Interest rates for buying farm land are far too high; the Conservatives would see that low cost capital would he made available to young farmers. The capital gains should not be applied to farms or small businesses, salr! Mr. Homer. HAS SPENT MORE TIME IN ALBERTA LISTENING THAN ANY OTHER PRIME MINISTER. HE LIKES THE WEST, AND BELIEVES JHAT A STRONG WEST WITH POSITIVE WESTERN LIBERAL REPRESENTATION, WILL CONTRIBUTE TO A .STRONG CANADA. The Easy Choice. The smooth taste of quality that is unmistakably Seagram's. FIVE STAR CANADIAN RYH WHISKY Seagram's FIVE STAR Canada's largest-selling rye whisky, ird bellied by Jouph C. 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