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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta int LtmttKiLUjt MtHALU Saturday, April 20, 1974 Autumn's children clad by loving hands Christian Science Monitor LONDON. ENGLAND Little girls of the world, in their new Knglish finery for autumn, will either spend their time Mat on their faces or they'll be walking like duchesses For the biggest story out of the recent Junior Fashion Fair is the strong one of the floor-length dress for daytime everyday playtime not just a frilly job for parties And yes. ol course, a child can easily trip on it Buyers find that little girls so love this new tailored daytime long look that they seem to sense that a special walk, a special demeanor, is called for when they put it on Designer Bobby ilillson has done the best of it. in the corduroy printed like herringbone that is (ho great fabric story of the season The Bobby blouses with the corduroy pinafores have wide- reverse Puritan collars Sometimes the pinafores have the traditional dungaree straps, metal clasps and all the other times the shoulder Wanted! ROUTE SALESPERSONS Helpers Apply in person to: PURITY BOTTLING (1967) LTD. Electrical Contractors Association of Alberta Lethbridge Chapter In view of the wage increase obtained by the Electrical Workers, the following suggested charge- out rates will be in effect from April 1, 1974 to September 30, 1974. BASIC WAGE RATE 7.80 ADDITIONAL EMPLOYEES BENEFITS 3 weeks vacation 10 statutory holidays Negotiated Health Welfare Negotiated Pension Canada Pension Workmen's Compensation Unemployment Insurance 2.06 oi uni inn Office Staff Office Equipment and Supplies Building Expenses Insurance Bonding and Association Dues EQUIPMENT Service Vehicle Tooling Field Equipment 3.27 3.46 Contractors Fee 1.66 Total 518.25 Charge per hour 18.25 for each of the first two hours and 16.25 for each subsequent hours. Overtime will be charged on all calls before or after regular working hours as well as on Satur- day, Sunday, or Holidays in accordance with the union agreement, at double time which will be per hour. Mileage will be charged on service calls outside the City of Lethbridge. strap is a wide oiuv tunning almost a cap sleeve Buyer Sue l-'reneli from Kenwicks. a store with an original slant in its up-to-12- years department, liked the long tartan skirts lor daytime- Irom David Charles, c'specuilh since many are attached to a wliiU1 acrylic1 Jersey shirt and covered in (urn by a little tank top. It is a grown-up look she thinks a stunner tor her eight-year- olds. Autumn's children will have to be unusually bright and bonny to counter the sober English finery- Shown is the long, long day dress from Rob Roy JOHNTAKACS Farm Auction Sale miles north of Coalhurst Green House COALHURST, ALBERTA Tuesday, April p.m. Having been favoured with instructions from Mr. John Takacs who has retired, we will offer for sale the following line of farm machinery as listed below, which is merely a guide and in no way a warranty or guarantee as to condition or age and is subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day ol the sale. Terms: Cash the day of the sale, with settlement in full before removal from the farm. TRACTORS: Ferguson Model 95 tractor, completely overhauled last season; Deere Model R diesel tractor. COMBINE SWATHER: Model 431 self propelled combine: 1 1966 Versatile Model 103 self propelled swather TRUCKS: 3 ton truck with beet box: 1'2 ton truck (ideal for Dodge truck (repairs) good hoist CATTLE: year old heifer Herefords; year ola milk cows (ideal for family calves. MACHINERY: 13 ft. chisel plow; rubber tired manure spreader; bug; Deere 14 ton baler; ft. weed sprayer, ft. double disc: wheel Noble blade; pop up bale loader: Deere 4 row beet drill; ft gram auger; Wyse beet loader; 1 late model 36 ft. grain auger with Wisconsin motor. ditcher; furrow plow, steel land float: 1 blade. 13 ft wide level seeder. FUEL WATER TANKS: gallon fuel tank; gallon fuel tank; gallon water tank. SHOP TOOLS MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS: man oil heater. stocker furnace; cream seperator, quantity of log chains, hammers, saws, squares, wrenches and many more good shop tools too numerous to mention; of straw; of hay. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For further information phone 345-3534, or the owner AUCTIONEERS: Les Handley Fred Burton Roger Handley Lie. No. 010120 Lie. No. 005615 Lie. No. 010121 colors of 1974's fashion The big color at the fair is pine green, enchanting in long viole pinafores thickly edged with crunchy white lace from Paula Lee (over cream voile dresses spring-printed in green and And the easier color to mix round with petrol blue vies with brown, rust, and claret as the fair's classics. Bobby Hillson's sober clarets have at least the kindly asset of a sheen: she has brought back cotton satin for lots of long skirts, pants, weskits. Fake fur edges many a hood, and the chic look here was the rust-colored Borg on a checked coat in rust and green on sand, a look mother might covet, too Canada is making a big bid now for the UK children's market with Arctic air coats like the white calf lined with white bunny and embroidered all over in squiggles or red. blue, and yellow. France is making an even more determined bid to clothe British children with sort of loving-hands detail in applique and embroidery that few British firms can equal, But one British designer. Jenny Curzon. holds out for super ably detailed workmanship with her fashion firm called, engagingly A Lot of Boys. She is using that herring bone-printed corduroy in sage green with a turquoise pencil stripe for little boys' coats as precisely cut and matched up as any couture garment. Bloomingdale's may bring her to America for a promotion this autumn. The denim-clad family will be one of the symbols of this moment in world civilization but autumn's denim has a special look in the children's field: the denim is embroidered not just with bright colors but with Lurex bright colors. It happens in Portugal, where the London firm Young Highlight gets much of its production done, and the Lurex is plaided in red. green, and yellow all over the yoke of a denim bush jacket. This comes with choice of pants or skirt even the skirt, curiously, buttoning on the boys' side of the placket! Acupuncture no good for MS patients Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Acupuncture does not seem to produce any lasting effects or changes in patients suffering from multiple schlerosis. according to a study by four doctors at the University of Western Ontario. Despite some claims that acupuncture could have beneficial effects on multiple claims that the doctors say have led many patients to seek acupuncture treatment, some at any lack of objective improvement in eight MS patients treated with acu- puncture would suggest use of acupuncture is not justified in management of the debilitating disease of the central nervous system, the doctors with the departments of anesthesia and clinical neurological sciences at the University conclude. One of three patients treated by an acupuncturist from Hong Kong, who is now a research associate at the anesthesia department, showed some functional improvement initially. The patient claimed he had gained a better sense of balance and could walk without a cane. He could climb stairs better and even started to take up golf again. However, the doctors report. subsequent in a six-month to produce any further improvement. More devastating was the fact that condition or his functional level when compared to his level before acupuncture treatment. And when the treatment was stopped, even the seeming functional improvement regressed. A second patient, given 25 treatments in four months, showed less dramatic functional improvement which also regressed after treatment was stopped. A third patient showed virtually no change. In both cases, neurological examination of the patients before and after showed no change in signs and symptoms of the disease and no ''objective functional improvement." In five other patients, in- cluding three confined to wheel chairs, acupuncture treatment by a Taiwan- trained acupuncturist produced no objective improvement, according to the doctors. The four doctors, W.E. Spoerel, D.W. Paty, A. Kertesz, and C.Y. Leung, PhD, conclude that there is "no evidence that acu- puncture has any effect on the disease producing multiple schlerosis." Later they note they believe acupuncture "may be valuable treatment for some medical conditions and deserves intense investigation and the attention of medical science." But the ob- servations don't provide any Man of the world Brettle knits with windowpane checks are shown Community Services Department CITY OF LETHBRIDGE The City of Lethbridge Cemetery By-Law No. 2463 includes the following section: (a) No person shall place artificial flowers on any lot in the said Public Cemetery during the period May 1st September 30 inclusive in any year. (b) The Superintendent shall have full authority to remove artificial flowers from any lot in the said Public Cemetery during the period referred to in sub- paragraph. Notice is hereby given that as of May 1st, 1974, artificial flower arrangements remaining in the Cemetery will be collected for disposal by Cemetery staff. Owners who wish to retain their arrangements must have them removed prior to May 1st, 1974. Mmule Mulder St. dnd 3rd Avo examination revealed no puncture in managing difference in the patient's multiple OF LETHBRIDGE SPRING CLEAN-UP THE POLICE DEPARTMENT City Of Lethbridge Hereby offer for sale by public bid THE FOLLOWING UNCLAIMED BICYCLES Make Serial Colour Type 1. Baycrest K88218 Gold Boy's 2. CCM A135157 Blue Girl's 3. CCM 1638209 Green Boy's 4. G.T. Cyclone 9783J883 Purple Girl's 5. CCM 67337 Blue Girl's 6. Deelite S12243 Yellow Boy's 7. Deelite S2774S Blue Boy's 8. Raleigh 50376 Green Boy's 9 G.T. Cyclone 9T217067Blue Girl's 10. Luxus 14744 Red Boy's 11. Unknown 1022814 Girl's 12 Thistle 2270 Girl's 13. Sunstar 50012 Blue Girl's 14. Brentwood 9R20656 Red Boy's 15. Deelite 074832 Pert Boy's 16. Brentwood OR25862 Gold Boy's 17. Glider 663776 Green Boy's 18. Gitane 3--518 Rust 10 speed 19. Schwmn C242453 Blue Girl's 20. Blackhawk H077275 Red Boy's 21. Hiawatha 048778 Purple Boy's 22. J.C. Higgins G086470 Blue Girl's 23. CCM 5P4893 Red Boy's 24. CCM 1145 Red Boy's These may inspected on the wtil of the City Police Station. A bid may be entered an one bicycle or entire lot on form which may be obtained at the Police Station Complaint 01-lice. are identified by square aluminum Bids Close Saturday, April HI r.z 1 Ox k -V ZONE Z ZONE 5 i A Z (ZONE i A --v_ vc- V ZONE A ZONE 3 I A ___ April 29th. 1974. the City ol Lethbridge will commence the annual Spring Clean-Up. Rubbish will be picked up according, lo and in order ol the zones indicated below; AAPROXIMATE DATES OF PICK-UP-Zone 1 April 29, 30, May 1 Zone 2 May 2, 3, 6, 7 Zone 3 May 8. 9, 10, 13 Zone 4 May 14, 15. 16 Zone 5 May 17. 21, 22, 23 North and Easi Cily Boundaries May 24, 27 South and West City Boundaries May 28, 29 Owens ol Lelhtvidqo are asked to locale burning barrels con-inmers and rubbish ni ihc rear ol Iheir properties aci.acent lo ihe (anes .ipprox.malely Iwe 5) days m advance of the published dales Properly owners who do no! have lanes at Ihe rear ol [heir properties are requeued lo telephone Ihe Public Works Department at 327-2853 between 8 00 AM until A 30 P M Om weekdays to confirm Ihe date of pickup at their location Refuse presented for disposal must be easily handled Where practical all rubbish is lo be wrapped tied o; containerized The Cilv ol Lelhbndge will nol remove earth, large tree trunks branches and roots construction and building wastes conc-eto concrete blocks or other similar waste materials Prior to the campaign please check the rear port.on of your properly to insure valuables are nol discarded Immediately after your zone has been completed burning barrels are to bo moved within your properly II barrels remain in the lane, they will be removed by the items on the progress ol tne :-pring Cloan-Up Campaign will In r ,srd nf'.irt.r.i. y through the f ivj fk-parimen if Ihe C ;