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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Students Stage Protest CALGARY (CP) - About 500 students, carrying placards demanding a student voice, paraded in front of Woodman Junior High School for two hours Friday. They were protesting a decision by principal.A. N. Carscal-len to cancel the graduation dance for Grade 9 students. Mr. Carscallen said in an in- terview, that the notice of cancellation had been printed in a bulletin Thursday which will be distributed to the students' parents, i ' "We have had trouble with students from other schools coming to these dances," he said. "We can't expect teachers to police school dances." Student spokesmen said they WANTED! ROUTE SALESMEN and HELPERS Reply In writing stating age, experience and education. Our staff is aware of this advertisement! PURITY BOTTLING (1967) LTD. LETHBRIDGE were asking that Grade 7 and 8 students from Woodman be admitted to the dance, not students from other schools. Organized two days ago, the demonstration was also to protest against the school's dress regulations, which forbid the wearing of cowboy boots and frayed or bleached jeans by boys. Although regulations were relaxed to allow girls to wear slacks during the winter the school returned to a skirts-only policy for girls early this month. "The dress regulations meet the approval of 90 per cent of the parents," Mr. Carscallen said. The demonstration ended when teachers and students agreed to negotiate the issues, and the protestors returned to HEAVY TRAFFIC In 1968, 117,000,000 vehicles crossed New York City's Hudson River bridges and tunnels. . PRE-MANUFACTURED HOMES WILL BUILD TO YOUR PLANS OR OURS KNOW THE COMPLETE COST OF THE HOME BEFORE YOU START! i EXAMPLE: COMPLETE PACKAGE 1,008 SQ. FT....... *5860|  NHA Approved  Over 200 plans to choose from  Financing available 0 Built to the highest standards In the industry NOW! FOR THE FIRST TIME . . . DEALERSHIP AVAILABLE IN YOUR AREA For more Information, please mail this coupon tai AICO HOMES PRODUCT POSTAL STATION 'A', BOX 2563, EDMONTON, ALBERTA Please Print NAME .. ADDRESS PHONE ^ UNTIED SPEAKER-"I sneezed during dinner and the top button of my shirt flew off," said Ralph Costello, president of the Canadian Daily Newspaper Publishers Association, as he rose to thank Prime Minister Trudeau after his address to the Canadian Press annual dinner in Toronto. Mr. Costello, publisher of the Saint John Telegraph-Journal, drew laughter when he predicted that his bow-tie would probably come loose before he was through. It did. Farmers Get More Money For Products OTTAWA (CP) - Prices paid farmers for agricultural products rose by 1.3 per cent in February, the Dominion Bureau of Statistics reported today. Its index of farm prices of agricultural products, based on 1961 prices equalling 100, rose to 116.6 in February from 115.0 in January and 112.7 in February last year. Prices were higher for cattle, hogs and potatoes, but lower for eggs, the bureau said. The bureau also reported that $4,188,200,000 was received by farmers last year in cash for their farming operations. This was down 3.8 per cent from farm cash receipts totalling $4,355,200,000 in 1968. The cash receipts figures are gross receipts, before meeting the costs of farm production, and cover all provinces but Newfoundland. 16th BOY SCOUT TROOP PRESENTS THE POPULAR FAMILY MOVIE "SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL SHERIFF" IN COLOR STARRING JAMES GARNER - JOAN HACKETT SUNDAY, APRIL 19th AT 2:00 P.M. PARAMOUNT THEATRE This show Is a replacement for 'CAT BALLOU' - 'Cat Ballou Tickets honored. Rush Tickets available at the door. TO ALL EMPLOYEES OF PROVINCIAL BOARDS, AGENCIES, COMMISSIONS AND COLLEGES The Civil Service Association Of Alberta Can Be Your Representative To Management The Terms Of Our Collective Bargaining Agreements Now In Force Are Among The Best In Canada To Find Out More About What The CS.A. Can Do For You - Call or Write Roy A. Harrison, Executive Secretary 10975-124 St. Edmonton 40 Telephone 453-3451 THE UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY Division of Continuing Education in co-operation with THE CANADIAN PETROLEUM ASSOCIATION and CUSTOMS AND EXCISE DIVISION of THE DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL REVENUE presents a three-day CUSTOMS SEMINAR May 4-6, 1970 inclusive Purpose: To bring together members of the Department of National Revenue and of the business community, particularly those who are directly concerned with Customs and Excise work, to explore areas of common Interest. Topics Include: Customs Act, Tariff Classification, Oil and Gas Industry Tariffs, Machinery Remission Program, Temporary Entries, Made in Canada Rulings, Refunds and Drawbacks, etc. Registration: $25.00 Includes lunches and Informal reception. Registration deadline Is April 27, 1970. For further information and registration forms telephone the Division of Continuing Education, 284*5431 or 284-5436. mi ( \ i v (K >. 11 v TRAVEL WITH A GAY-WAY MOTOR HOME 1. A MOTOR HOME that has the riding quality equal to that of a big car. 2. ELIMINATION OF GROUND NOISE. How, nice to converse with one another at opposite ends of the motor home while travelling without havlng*to shout. 3. MANNER OF CONSTRUCTION provides considerably more room Inside than in most other motor homes. 4. NO TOP SWAY. Seven to nine Inches' lower from ground to roof than any other.make of motor home thus cutting down on wind resistance and giving more gas mileage. 5.' SPECIAL ATTACHMENT for sewer hose which eliminates having to detach same thus reducing moving time to about one minute. 6. THE ONLY MOTOR HOME known todoy with both dinette and twin gaucho beds that can be parked where an ordinary car can be parked since the Gay-Way Is less than 20 ft. overall. In order to understand and appreciate the foregoing one has lo see, examine and ride In the GAY-WAY MOTOR HOME. McDONELL MANUFACTURING 1801 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-7856 Saturday, April 18, 1970 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 19 Alberta Doctor Gets New Post OTTAWA (CP) - Dr. Marian L. (Bud) Webb, 37, has been appointed deputy director general of the federal health department's medical services branch, it was announced today. Dr. Webb, a graduate of the University of Alberta, served as medical officer in the Indian health service in the Northwest Territories, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario. He has been medical adviser to the department since last year. He is a native of Mountain Park, Alta., and in addition to his degree in medicine he holds a doctorate in public health from Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. ASPHALT PAVING T0LLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE 328-2702 - 327-3610i IVAN BULVA AUCTION SALE LOCATED WEST OF IRON SPRINGS SCHOOL WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22 -1 P.M. TERMS: CASH LUNCH SERVED Having received instructions from Mr. Ivan Bulva, we will offer for sale at auction the following: TRACTORS I.H.C. Formal Model C Tractor, Hyds., good tires, complete with 6-Row Beet cultivator and tools. Massey Harris Model 44 Special Tractor Hyds., etc. COMBINE Massey Harris Model 72 SP Combine 1963, complete with Pickup and Reel. Good condition. BALER Massey Ferguson Model 10 Baler, PTO, good condition. TRUCK 1947 Ford 3-ton truck, 2,500 miles on new motor. Combination grain and beet box. FARM EQUIPMENT Farmhand loader, Manure, Hay and Straw Forks; I.H.C. Manure spreader, on rubber, large capacity; I.H.C. double disc, 10-ft; Graham Hoeme plow, 10-ft., hyd., new sweeps; Massey Harris 3-bottom 14-inch plow; I.H.C. mower, PTO; Weed sprayer, 30-ft. on transports; I.H.C. Binder, 8-ft., PTO; John Deere 4-Row Beet Drill (older); Oliver side delivery rake; Cockshutt press drill, 10-ft; Wail land leveller and packers, 10-ft; 8-Sections Diamond Harrows; Meyers ditcher; Grinder and belt; Monarch p:imp 6"x5", PTO on transports. Hose, etc. SWATHER Cockshutt PTO Swather, 12-ft. GRAIN AUGERS 27-ft. Grain Auger and engine. 4-inch Grain Auger and electric motor. MISCELLANEOUS Quantity of treated timbers and misc. lumber; Large round wooden stock trough; A selection of shop tools, hand tools and misc. farm Items too numerous to list. Coal and wood Range; Cream Separator, etc.' The description as to condition or otherwise as set forth on each item is merely a guide and is In no way a warranty or guarantee, actual or implied. Neither the auctioneer or the owner are responsible far any errors in description or condition. SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Box 1057, Lethbridgo Office Phono 328-3951 AUCTIONEERS JOE PERLICH ED TORSCHER TONY PERLICH License 285 License 793 License 138 Phone 732-4375 Phone 545-6452 Phone 328-3951 PICTURE BUTTE BOW ISLAND LETHBRIDGE WATSON FARMS LTD. AUCTION SALE % MILE WEST AND �/4 MILE SOUTH OP PICTURE BUTTE, ALBERTA FRIDAY, APRIL 24-1 p.m. TERMS CASH - LUNCH AVAILABLE Having received Instructions from Harry and Barton Watson who have rented their farm we will offer for sale at auction the following: TRUCKS AND SCHOOL BUSES IHC Model Bl 10 Pick up Truck with V-8 motor IHC Model AUO Pick up Truck with stock racks IHC Model SI 80 3 Ton Cab over Truck Several School Buses, various makes suitable for campers or work shelters, 20 to 40 passenger size. TRACTORS IHC Model 560 Tractor - "Fully equipped, good condition; Formal MD Tractor, wide front; Oliver Model 88 Diesel Tractor; John Deere Model A Tractor complete with front end loader and manure bucket; John Deere Model G Tractor (row crop). PRESS DRILLS IHC Model K 20 x 6 Press Drill 10 ft.; IHC Model K 20 x 7 Press Drill 12 ft.; JD 20 x 7 Press Drill with marker; JD Press Drill 10 ft. complete.with Cominco Fertilizer and Grass attachments. COMBINES IHC Model 203 Combine S.P. with pickup and 12' platforms; IHC Model 80 pull type combine. HAY EQUIPMENT IHC Model 4<5 Baler P.T.O.; IHC No. 2TU Mower, Allis Chalmers Side Delivery rake; Bale Loader - (truck mount). FARM EQUIPMENT 3 Model K Noble Blades with hitch; IHC No. 55 Chisel Plow - 3 point hitch 12 ft.; IHC No. 10 Chisel Plow; IHC No. 9A Double Disc TO ft, Inland Weed Sprayer 43 ft.; IHC Disc Al 12 ft.; IHC 3 Bottom 14 inch Plow on rubber; IHC Flex harrows and draw bar 40 ft.; Edwards Rod Weeder Attachment; IHC No. 30 Trailer, 4 Wheel; 2 Wagons and decks; Koyker Grain Auger 31 ft. x 714 inch. IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT Allls Chalmers No. 226 Propane Power Unit with B4JR Berkley Pump; Berkley 4 GRHG Pump; Couplers and Miscellaneous Irrigation equipment. MISCELLANEOUS Papec Hammer mill; Duol No. 300 Front End loader; Bookkeeping Machine; 2-TMC Power Tire Changers; Stock rocks for.Chev. V4 ton; Saddle - levelling instrument - Tractor tires - Auto Parts - Paint - Doors - Windows - Beet Tools - Tractor and machine parts and many other useful new and used items too numerous to list. SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Box 1057, LETHBRIDGE Office Phono 328-3951 JOE PERLICH Licence 285 Phone 732-4375 Picture Butte, Alta. AUCTIONEERS ED TORSHER licence 793 Phone 545-6452 Bow Island, Alta. TONY PERLICH Licence 138 Phone 328-3951 Lethbrldge, Aftat ;