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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Sspttmbar LETHBRIDGE HERAIO-19 District nomination results Many of south's leaders returned by acclamation Five mayors and three reeves were returned by acclamation along with dozens of school and hospital board members when nominations were tallied Wednesday Returned to the mayor's post were John Holyk of Coleman, Ernie Fantm of Blairmore, Al Blakie of Coaldale, Juan Teran of Pincher Creek and Phil Bryant of Bow Island. Back in office without a con- test are reeves Dan Vanden Berg of the County of Forty- Mile, John H Otto of Warner County and Clarence Jesperson of the Taber MD Cards ton MD incumbent reeve Harold Jensen is oppos- ed by Ken Woolford, incum- bent Shelton R Phans of the Pincher Creek MD is opposed by Collin Smyth in the race for reeve; and incumbent George Whitehead is opposed by Ross Mouser in the Willow Creek MD. In mayoralty battles, in- cumbent Lloyd Gregson is op- posed by W LeRon Pitcher at Cardston; former mayor Er- nie Patterson and newcomer Dan LeGrandeur are battling for the mayor's seat that Len Bach vacated at Claresholm, newcomers Bob Youngren and George Assenheimer are engaged in a contest at Nan- ton, and incumbent Charlie Edgar, former mayor George Buzunis and Muriel Ragan, -a past-president of the Fort Macleod Historical Society, are in a three-way race at Fort Macleod At Picture Butte. Alex Chronik has vacated the mayor's post but there were no nominations Wednesday A number of other coun- cillors have left public office, including Jim Lowe of Nanton on the Willow Creek MD, councillors John Davis and Grant Day of the Fort Macleod town council, coun- cillors Keith Olsen of Glenwood and Norman Henderson of Mountain View on the Cardston MD council and others An interesting contest is shaping up in the County of Forty-Mile with former coun- cillor Bernard Gyorfi oppos- ing incumbent Marg Dragland At the same time, Merle Collins is fighting in- cumbent William George McFall Bert Viens and his son John Viens are in the race for a council seat at Fort Macleod, along with two incumbents and eight other newcomers. Separate school boards were elected by acclamation at Coaldale, Bow Island and Picture Butte One seat is contested on the latter board Nominations were to re- main open today at Nobleford. Champion, Blairmore. and Picture Butte They "could stay open for seven days if no one is interested in the office. Candidates had the option of withdrawing until 12 noon today Names preceded by an X are incumbents Nominations follow CARDSTON CARDSTON Contesting the mayor's post are X Lloyd Gregson and W LeRon Pitcher Town council X Vern Quinton, X Wanda Jensen Dr Hugh Stewart, in Pitcher Mark Summerfeldt. Gilbert Schaffer Logan McCarthy, Dahl Leavitt Dr Robert Russell Dr Glen Jones and Robert Wiley Cardston Municipal Hospital board X William Komm and X Bruce Burl and Lewis J Secretan, George Stonehouse and May Nish Cardston Municipal District Divi sion one John M Walburger and Robert Molcak Division two X Harold Jensen and Ken Woolford, Division three X Robert Arnold Divi sion four Brian Smith, Marvin Smith and George Michel Division five, X Ken Beswick. Division six X Shelton Rine and Division seven X David Wilde and Mike Schneyder Cardston Municipal Hospital board Ward one, X Rex Wood, Ward two, X Theron Smith and Forest Bevans, Ward three no nominations an ap- pointment is to be made Magrath Municipal Hospital No nominations in wards one and two, Ward three, Paul Foggin Cardston school division Subdivi- sion one X Bryon Smith subdivision two Veryle Leavitt and Mrs Shirley Richards subdivision three X Glen Powlesland subdivision four, X Eric Hohm subdivision five X John Mehew. subdivision six, Tom Karren subdivision seven X Willard Brooks and Allan Williams NOBLEFORD NOBLEFORD Nominations were to remain open today for village coun- cil and Noble Central School advisory board Village council X Karl V Lang and X Harold Urvold Noble Central School advisory board X Gernt Van Esveld X Dale Imeson X Anthony Groten and X Lucinda Luchia and Francis Shultz County school committee Re- elected by acclamation Eileen Ur void WARNER WARNER Only one seat will be contested this year in elections for Warner County Council the other eight being filled by acclamation Division one William J Snow acclaimed Division two, re-elected X James Blackmer Division three elected Victor Pittman, Division four, elected X John Otto Division five, elected X Leif Trockstad, Division six, elected X Marvin Dahl Division seven X Murray Holt, Routine M Lloyd Division eight elected X Donald Christiansen Division nine elected X Elda Mueller Ravmond Hospital District (two county seats) Ward five, elected X Marvin Dahl Ward six elected X Jim Hironaka Border Counties Hospital District (three countv seats) Ward one elected George Minion Ward two, no nominations Ward three elected Elmer Brownlee Lethbndge General Hospital District (one seat) no nominations Warner Village Council (three seats) X Jack Ashmore X Ernie Reid Henrv Barrows Bert Nilsson, Adrian McAndrews Warner County School Committee (one village seat( X Howard Folkins George Pittman COLEMAN COLEMAN Re-elected Wednes- day by acclamation. Mavor John Holyk Town council X Ted Kryczka, X Emilv Misura X Bill Skura X Gerry Rejman X Joseph Wavrecan and Russell Montalbetti. William Wells. Robert K Liddell. Romeo E Thibert and Glen W Poulton Crowsnest Pass General Hospital and Hospital District 40 one seat. X Melvin Cornell and Donald Fleming Here are the ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ PART I: PART II: 1-b; 2-c; 3-e; 4-a; 5-d PART III: 1-d: 2-c; 3-a; 4-e; 5-b PICTURE QUIZ: Labor Minister John Munro Don't Miss the 3rd Annual SUNDAY Sapt 22 1 p.nv 1 Mite North and 1 Mite Waal of Nanton on Highway No. 2 Just Like the Good Old Days! Bring the Kids See Also see the horses hauling StooKs and the gram being hauled to the elevator. See the cook car and bunK house. LUNCH FACILITIES HORSE SHOE TOURNAMENT Admission: Adults Children and Old Age Pensioners Free! FORT MACLEOD FORT MACLEOD Contesting the mayoralty are X Charlie Muriel Ragan and George Buzunis Town council X Phil Hodnett, X Ron Tilbe. Dr Ian Bennett, Charlie Bowes. Gwen Chambers, Jim Coutts, Merv Dusyk, Gene Koopman, Margaret Moses, Bert Viens, John Viens and Ralph Webb Fort MacJeod Hospital Board X James Burger, Jean McCall and Roy White Willow Creek School Division Granum, re-elected, Agnar Johnson, Claresholm rural, Ray Chatteron, Stavely Jack Marshall, Nanton, Lyle Miller Claresholm, Or Sid Cornish and Renee Chartrand Fort Macleod, X Frank Eden Fort Macleod rural, Lloyd Barr, and Nanton rural, Bngette Joans and Eugene Chornayko PINCHER CREEK PINCHER CREEK Re-elected Wednesday by acclamation Mayor Juan Teran Council Robert G Neish, Antony M Irving, Roland C Cote, Carol Pmkney, Erna Greenly, Brian Ames and Mary R Goodreau Pincher Creek MD Division one, re- elected X Edward C Stenson, Division two re-elected X William to bhnnk hu.ionhoid-i pamlcssh It rc- liiAt.-. itdim.; anil in mimili.-, and spceiU up iK.ihng ol thi- nijuicd, inllamcd One huiu'ithoidal case hiv altti anotlKi icpoitcd sinking I'ain piomptK and guitK auual iciiuuion or i ui ail ion (tin Hiking) took phiic mo-it mipiinunuit niaintaiiKd in UIM.I dmii. il ol-KUsalK'Hs ttcii. (.oiuinticil ovi.i i penod ol main month-. 1 tln-M. Ksts and madi. on patients a ol lieniorihoid.il condi- tion wa-> accomplished with a healing substance (IJio- helps heal injuied cells and stimulates ih ol tissue IK is ollered momtmuitand siippost- foiin tailed Piep nation II In addition toaUiulK shi ink- ing hemoii holds, Pupaiation Jl Uilini.iiLs and m ikis elimina- tion LSI p imlul It helps lilkuion is a staled cause ol hujioiihoitU Just ask for 1'iepai.ition H Suppositories or I'icp nation 11 Oininii.ni (unh i special apphc.lloi) Satisfaction or refunded Preparation Eli There once was a fellow named Flash, Who left his camp in a dash. His carrtpfire burned on Til the forest was gone And now Mr. Flash is an ash'! Liberia LANDS AND FORESTS Thinking about tomorrow ...today ;