Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
22 TNI LITHMIDGE HIRALO Friday, January 31, 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED 58 MALE HELP WANTED WANTED EXPERIENCED WOMAN dental technician, Apply Box 52, Herald C9B09O GIRL FRIDAY FOR SECRETARIAL work, olllce assistance, banquet book Ings, elc. Apply to Mr. Hober, E Rancho Hotel C9731-2J REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY CLERK TYPIST wllh pleasant pei sonallty, lo handle switchboard on( receptionist duties. Experience essential. APPLY IN WRITING TO BOX 46, HERALD FAST GROWING MOBILE HOME MANUFACTURER REQUIRES YOUNG WOMAN WITH EXPERIENCE IN INVENTORY CONTROL _ ACCURACY IN GENERAL AND TYPING REQUIRED. SALARY WILL BE COMMEN5UATE WITH EXPERIENCE. APPLY IN WRITING TO BOX 49, HERALD. C979S-5h APPLICATIONS WILL BE RECEIVED for the position of STENOGRAPHER- BOOKKEEPER for Ihe Town of Pincher Creek. Duties to Include Typing and op- eration ol small office machines. Apply In writing to: TERRY LYON, SEC. TREAS. TOWN OF PINCHER CREEK Staling age marital status, E perience and references. THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE Invites applicalions for housekeeping maids. WeeK days a.m. p.m. Hourly pay Must enlov working with and around students. Mature To commence Immediately Contact PERSONNEL OFFICE (or applications Phone 329-2275 58 MALE HELP WANTED WANTED MALE clerk. Phone 327-3104. GENERAL MAINTENANCE MAN Welder, carpentry and boiler experi- ence. Write Box B, Herald. C9SQ3-U ASSISTANT MANAGER FOR SUN- shine Seed Cleaning Plant, Craddock. Apply in writing to Secrelary-Treasurer, P.O. Box 422, Raymond. 6044-29 JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN Interested In operating his own electric- al business. Phone 327-8274, evenings. MOBILE HOME SALESMAN RE- quired by local dealership. Higher than average commissions. Send com- plete resume lo Box 22, Herald. WANTED STEAM ENGINEER, Third class. Wrllt Box 7, Herald. C9502-H FULL-TIME BAR WAITER WANTED. Apply In person, York Hottl. C9802-29 WANTED BOY ON NORTH SIDE wllh mold-cycle or bicycle for Alber- tan route. Phone 327-3674. 6143-tf QUALIFIED REFRIGERATION AND major appliance service man required by WesllnghousB Canada Lid. Phone 327-7882. C9727-2I RETIRED MAN WITH GROCERY EX perielce to receive and purchase goods for a hotel. Day shift. Apply lo Mr. Hober, El Ranch Motor Hotel. C9811-31 MACHINIST FOR YEAR ROUND EM- ploymenl Top wages and fringe bene- fits. All Inquiries treated confidential. Apply or phone Lelhbrldge Industries Lid., 1117 3 Ave. A N. 327-2606. C9812-29 WANTED YOUNG MAN TO LEARN clothing business. Experience Is not necessary This position can lead Into a very responsible situation for a bright, keen and Interested young person. Company benefits loo! Reph to Box 3d, Herald. C9711-2I IF IN A MONTH Interests you you Inlerest us. Opening for man over 30 In Lethbrldge area. No ex- perience required. Cash Bonuses. Air mall President. Dept. AO, P.O. Box 70, Slatlon R, Toronto 352, Ontario. REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY Young, aggressive Individual to work along wllh sales manager growing mobile home for fast manufacturer. Duties will Include: Sales co-ordin- ating, finished goods Inventory control. Invoicing, Iyping essential and salary commensurate with experience. Good company benefits. Apply In writing to Box 51, Herald. C9797-5H PERSONABLE YOUNG MAN RE- qulred to work as a VETERINARY- HOSPITAL attendant In a thriving southern Alber I a town. Must enjoy working with and caring for animals. Good starting salary. Contact Ken Smith, Canada Manpower Centre, Fed- eral Building, Lethbrldge. 6132-29 RECORDS TECHNICIAN Ranch location Pincher Creek For indoor and outdoor work concerning cellle Inventory, papering of cattle, Held data collection, checking Inform- ation and some key punching. background and maticulous nature would be a definite asset. Contact: Palmer Ranch P.O. Box 100 Hillspring, Alberta Phone 427-4417 Pincher Creek C97B1-2 MECHANIC WANTED illcatlons will be accepted unljl Friday, February 4, 1972, For the posi- lon as Mechanic in the Municipal Workshop. Applications should state qualifications and salary expected. Sand all applicalions to: R. W. Legge Secretary-Treasurer M.D. of Cardston No. 6 CarcJsion, Alberla TRU3Y "How much can a husband 'say' to an irate wife for seventy-three 61 TEACHERS WANTED Government of Canada DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT has positions for TEACHERS Kindergarten Paul, Lake, Frog Lake Elementary Frog Lake and Sf. Paul Junior High Sf. Paul ndusfrial Arts Fort Applicants must possess valid Alber- Teachlng Cerllficale. iubmlt applications Immediately to itafflng Officer, Department of In- dian Affairs and Northern Develop- menl, 27th Floor, CN Tower, Edmon- on 15, Alberta. Applications are Invited for the posi- tion of ARENA and POOL OPERATOR (Of the TOWN OF CLARESHOLM. Written applications lo be submitted outlining experience, qualification, date available and expected salary to the undersigned. TOWN OF ClARESHOtM P.O. Box 1000 Cloresholm, Alberto CHALLENGING POSITION available In the hear! of BRITISH COLUMBIA'S skiing, hunting and scenic region. Applicant should.be able lo take over RETAILING MANAGER position In CAMERA AND MUSIC STORE. We are a growing business and the right man will GROW WITH US. All replies kept strictly confidential. Send resume and salary requirements to Box 31, Herald. TURNING POINT Manullfe has a career sales opportu- nity for you. If you are a local resident with some executive and sales ability, this could well be the turning paint In your life. This position oilers a com- plete training program and above average remunerallon. Please phone 327-5514, for an appointment or write Mr. Brunner, Manufacturers Life, 402 Bth St. S, Lethbridge. All replies wilt bt answered. C979B-39 AMBITIOUS YOUNG MAN Required Immediately TO BECOME LETHBRIDGE REP- RESENTATIVE FOR A GROWING PROPERTY MANAGEMENT FIRM. APPLICANTS MUST HAVE EXPERI- ENCE IN THE OPERATION OF APARTMENT BLOCKS. SEND COMPLETE RESUME, STAT- ING AGE AND QUALIFICATIONS TO BOX 41, HERALD. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION Requires ASSISTANT GENERAL MAN- AGER familiar wllh all phases of NEW HOME CONSTRUCTION. Duties wllh housing division requires experience In sub-trade negotiation and supervision, contract tendering, gaga procedure and applications. Salary wllh ability. Send Complete Resume to Box 36, Herald. WANTED DRIVER SALESMAN FOR CITY ROUTE Between 25 and 50 years of age. References required and must be bondable. Apply between 9 a n d. 11 a.m., LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY LTD., 1818 3rd Ave. S. C9B16-3f 59 MALE FEMALE HELP WANTED RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE salesmen or salesladies required. For appointment phone 327-7444, El Ran- C973B-2B MIDDLE-AGED HUSBAND AND WIFE team (no lo run motel operation In southern. Alberta town. Excellent and permanent position for the right party. For Interview write Box 27, Herald. C96B2-ff PART TIME PIECE WORK. 1NDUS- trial artist, professional or amateur To provide artistic flare for design and drawings. Must be able to use Im- agination and creative projection, while at the same time combining practical application. Apply In writing. Includ- ing samples of work, sketches, etc., to Box 55, Herald. C9919-G1 Applications will be accepted unlit February 6. 1972, for Ihe position of accounting clerk. Municipal experience would be an asset. Applicant should experience, itale qualifications, and marital status. D. M. HOLLADAY SECRETARY-TREASURER COUNTY OF WARNER NO. 5 WARNER, ALBERTA. SALES REPRESENTATIVE We have a rewarding position open In our RefiI Estale department. Guaran- teed monthly Income plus commission. H you are interested In making above average Income, are a self-starter and have come sales experience Contact FORT WHOOP-UP AGENCIES LIMIT- ED at 1117 3rd Ave. 5. for an appolnt- C9778-29 62 EDUCATIONAL SIRVICFS BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jlni Elliot tells you now. Phone 328-3634, Columbia School of Broadcasting. 9175-tf 65 LOST AND FOUND _7 TINY WHITE DOG, MALE, no collar. Child's pel. Phona 337-3939 328-5W7. 4104-29 Lost January 13, black rimmed glasses in blue leath- er case. Phone 328-1695. X2024.il 65 LOST AND FOUND LOST ON FRIDAY, JAN. 21 AT public ska ling at Ihe Civic Ice Centre between and p.m. One left lack skate. Phone 31S-152B. 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES TWO PART CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES. Phone 327-1227. 6169-3 LOVELY PUPS FOR SALE. PHONE 32S-9537. STRAYED GREY AND WHITE Si ripped i.illen to be given away, m 1646. 4172-29 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FORTY SEAT RESTAURANT. yearly Intake. SB.OOO full price. Write Box 47, Herald. flOM-tf FOR SALE ONE-THIRD SHARE OF barber shop In Medicine Hat. Phone 3IS-OOE5 or write P.O. Box 490, Leth- bridge. SB02-31 WFLL LOCATED 20 ACRES WITH two duplexes and college All rented. Fully modern. Natural gas. 20 minutes from Lethbrldge. ideal for trailer court. Phone 338-1810, afler 6 p.m. 6105-1 NEWS AND NOVELTY SHOP Located In Taber, Alberla popula- tion wilh a prosperous sur- rounding area. The building is leased at 585 per month, space of 25 x 40. The operation can be cosily run wilh one person and very comforlably wilh 3 couple. The slock consisls of books, ronfeclions, giflware, clg a r e I t e s, cards, "Gibson" and miscellaneous ilems. Equipment conslsls of cash register, adding machine (2) glass top front counters, filing cabinet, five sections of card racks, coke machine and ice cream Ireezer, several nlher miscellaneous displays. Wllh wide range of glftware, the turnover could 66 PERSONAL EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT 5ER- vlce. Weddings, clubs, etc. Phone 32B- 2847. 5JB1-7F LONELY MAN 40, WOULD LIKE TO meet lady 30 lo 40. Own car and home. Marriage If suited. Wrile Box Herald. SS7S-29 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone wllh a drinking problem, Phone 327-8049 or 328-3246, after a.m. FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND IN- FORMATION, CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861, LETH- BRIDGE, ALBERTA. SHIRLEY, JEAN, 327-B340. 1686-lfh IT'S YOUR OWN FUNERAL If the high cosr of dylnq offends you, Memorial Society of Lethbridge can show you how to arrange a funeral at a modest, sensible cost. Please write 1132 Uth Sf. S., or phone 328-6335 for details. Pre-planning pays. S133-2V 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETH- BRIDGE 3751-lf DRYWALL, TAPING, ceilings. Excellent we Phone 328-7342. SPRAYING -kman ship. 5530-5 F SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate a) s, dalers, etc. Same-day service. 1333 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5114. C6924-K MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER- vices on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, Irons, vacuum cleaners, elc. No Job too large or loo small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE, 90S 3rd Ave. 69B TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES SIX DAY TOUR TO LAS VEGAS. Transportation and accommodation, silo per person ContacT Norlhern Bus Lines flt 327-3536. 70 GARDENING llred couple. TABER TAXI POPULATION This operation Is owned by Ihe same pecple as the News and Candy Shop. It is for salp separately or with Iha News Shop. There is also pin ball machines and pop coolers. Pin ball on share basis fiO-40. This could be expanded to a three car business and the owners say That In the spring and harvest season, business Is greal There are five CB iwoway radios and a 1944 Chev. The service stall I rentable. Records available to sin cere buyer. Conlacl Exclusive Listen HAY REALTY LTD. for details 327-7077 or 327-7975. C9827-I 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS PRIVATE MORTGAGE MONEY FOR LETHBRIDGE AREA EASY TO QUALIFY. CALL CALGARY, HAL KREBS, OFFICE 266-6011; RESI DENCE 255-7641, ANYTIME. 5657-t SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall, Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial properties Farms and ranches. City or Town Lowest Interest rales available, and second mortgages. C9743-29 75 CONTRACTS C AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS For your snow removal. Private drive ways. 328-4765. C9529-I CUSTOM BUILT HOMES, RUMPUS rooms, renovations. Call Ted Blng ham construction. 327-3284. 407fl-f SIDING, RUMPUS ROOMS, CUP boards, finishing, framing, all remodnson Construction, 10ZO 7th 5. Phone 327-66B2. C73 FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. In- sured, tree estimates. Phone 327-BZBfl C3661-H ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328- 5745. C1936-If FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR- GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 338-3904. 5739-1 f LACOMBE NURSERIES LTD. WE prune trees and shrubs professionally. Phone 345-4633. No Sunday calls. FOR OUR WINTER WORKS FRO gram We are now TAKING ORDERS and giving FREF ESTIMATES on trimming ol TREES and HEDGES, to dona ihls winter. Phone 327-2641. C9427-tf 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES SPECIAL HEAVY ROASTING CHICK- Pan ready. Hens 32c Ib., roosters, 2Bc Ib- Also friers, 3Bc Ih. Free delivery. H. DycK, Coaldale, 345- 3224. CB994-W 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES ONE SIAMESE CAT FOR SALE, hone evenings, 338-0951. M94-2B FOR SALE TWO YEAR OLD FE- Pekinese. Good cMWrr.n. Phone 328-9359. 4089-21 FRAMING, FINISHING RUMPUS rooms, cupboards and all remodelling needs. Free estimates. Guaranteed workmanship. Phone 345-3493. 5377-2 F BOX NUMBERS 1, J, 7, 9, 10, 19, 33, 35, 39, 40, 41, 150. PLEASE READ YOUR AD Advertisers should read their a verlisemcnls and REPORT ERRORS in lime for the next Insertion. The Herald Is only responsible for the first Incorrect Insertion. REPORT ON MINERALS LENINGRAD (Reliter) Mineral reserves under the Arc- tic Ocean are bigger than those of northern Canada, Siberia, and Scandinavia, Leningrad geologists report. Tass news agency said they based their claim on years of echo sounding and undersea investigation from the polar icecap. FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE GOLD MINE IN THE SKY Part 5 THEV KNOW THAT THE RIGHT COMBINATION OF 6ASIC ELEMENTS, PLUS HEAT, WATER, AND ULTRA- VIOLET RADIATiOrv CAN PRODUCE BUILDING BLOCKS OF PROTEIN. WHILE SCIENTISTS ARE STILL UNSURE OF PRECISELY HOW LIFE FORMS ARE CREATED PROM INANIMATE MATTER, THEV HAVE COME CLOSE TO CREATING SUCH COMPLEX MOLECULES IN THE LABORATORY. THEV NOW HAVE INCONTROVERTIBLE EVIDENCE THAT SUCH: CONDITIONS OCCUR IN INTERSTELLAR BPACEX BETWEEN THE GALAXIES. MANX SCIENTISTS THEREFORE NOW BELIEVE IT IMPOSSIBLE THAT SUCH PROCESSES HAVE NOT PRODUCED LIFE ELSEWHERE IN THE UNIVERSE. PUBLIC NOTICES FOR SALE USED EQUIPMENT Tender! will be received for the pur chin of the following equipment unll p.m. February llth, 1773: 1 Delle saw bench model 1 Wheally d" [olnler, bench model 24' Ihroet 2 Brown Bogg 30" iheet melal bai folder! Model 1271 I Folty aaw filer sland H.P motor Model 200 1 Delia I" circular table saw Mode Homecraft autosel mllre guage 2 Slarkll sweep marker generators Model start SMG-i; JOVA nov ta cycle, sweep frequency range SMC to MC In 2 bands Marker frequency range 3MC to 225 MC In bands For further Information please contac Wm. J. Cerulll at in ulh Slrts South, Phone 327-JHL M. V. Crumley Secretary-Treasurer JM NOTICE TO TENDER SEALED TENDERS for the construc- tion of approximately lineal feel of concrete lined canal In Sections 14, 15 and 1] In Twp. 10 Rge. 23 W 41 h will be received at the office of the Board of Dlreclors of the Lethbrldge Norlhern Irrigation District up to a m local lime, February IBIfi, 1972. Security will be required. Copies of the Draw- Ings and Specifications may be ob- tained from the office of the Board m or oiler January 251h, 1972, upon deposit 'of In cheque, made payable lo the Board of Directors of the Lethbrldge Northern Irrigation District. The Board reserves the right to refect any or all lenders. THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE LETHBRIDGE NORTHERN IRRIGATION DISTRICT 334 13th -Street Norfh Lelhbrldge, Alberla. Bighorn Dam plan revealed EDMONTON (CP) Final stages of construction or the Bighorn Dam in west-central Alberta will require the closure his fall of a tunnel which has diverted the river past the dam site, Environment Minister Bill Yurko said today. No water will pass the dam rom Aug. 1 to tha end cE Oc- tober when the reservoir ihind the dam will fill, he said. Closing the diversion tunnel s necessary to convert it to a power conduit to serve the two urbines which will be located n the CaJgary power generat- ing facilities at the dam, the minister said. Following the 00-day period, water will again pass the dam through the powerhouse, which will begin operations in Octo- xr. Mr. Yurko said no ill effects are expected downstream. Wage increase slowdown needed says bank report OTTAWA (CP) A substan- tial slowing in the wage in creases is needed to achieve price stability, says the Bank ol Canada, but even a modes move towards smaller pay in- creases would help. Canada enjoyed more success than other md-iistrisl countries ill dealing with inflation lasl year, but this was due to a num- ber of special short-run Influ- ences on the economy, the bank said Wednesday in its January review. "One of the major disappoint- ments of the recent period has been that the better price per- formance in Canada did not arise from a clear-cut and dura- ble improvement in underlying cost factors." At the end of 1971, the rate of price increases was accelerat- ing again, and many of the spe- cial Influences would have run their course in 1972. The rate of wage and salary increases continued last year at a high level of more than eight per cent. Consumer prices rose by five per cent, and across the whole of the economy, prices rose by an estimated 3.25 per cent. REAL WAGES JUMP "The increase in average in- dustrial earnings has lurpassed the rise in the cost of living to a very unusual di'gree during the past two the bank said. 'In other words, there appears a have been an abnormally ,arge gain in real wages." The review said there were above-average gains in produc- tivity last year, but in 1972, the second year of economic recov- ery from 1970's slow-down, pro- ductivity gains are likely to be smaller. Profits, tightly squeezed by )rice restraints in 1970, re- covered sharply in 1971. They should not add much more to costs in 1972, but they could not stand a renewed sneeze if busi- ness was to expand. "The future course of prices will be crucially affected by the scale of pay increases in rela- ion to realized productivity." 'While a substantial decline n Ihe rale of increase in nomi- nal earnings would be needed to achieve reasonable price stabil- ity, a relatively modest move In this direction might be suffi- cient to prevent further deterio- ration in our price performance. MUST REFLECT OUTPUT "One way or another, how- ever, nominal earnings and prices will have to move in such a way that the increase In real earnings eventually comes moro Into line with Increases in pro- ductivity." per per- son estimated to have risen 3.5 per cent last year. Labor income per person employed rose 7.75 per cent last year across the whole of the economy, while average weekly salaries and wages paid by pri- vate industry rose by more than eight per cent. TM bank said also Uiat Infla- tionary trends abroad will con- tinue U> affect the Canadian economy. "Of especially great signifi- cance to Canada is how success- ful the new U.S. program will be in dampening inflation." An improvement in U.S. price per- formance "would be beneficial In lessening inflationary expec- tations throughout North Amer- ica." Oddities in the News SOUTH BENFLEET, Eng- land (AP) Tom Smith locked his wife up in an an- tique chastity belt for her 26th birthday. Then their tliree- Divorce law referendum gets go-ahead ROME (AP) Italy's consti- tutional court gave the go-ahead today to a national vote on the country's year-old divorce law. The court granted a request by an organization backed by the Roman Catholic Church to call Italy's 37 million electors to the polls to say yes or no to di- vorce. A majority against it would dump the law. The referendum increased the difficulties of Premier Emilio Colombo, trying to form a new government. The Socialists, whose support is necessary to rebuild the Centre-Left alliance, are demanding quick passage of a bill replacing the divorce law with a slighlty modified one. This would force the sponsors of the referendum to start all over again. Time was running out, how- ever. The court addon clears he way for President Giovanni Leone to set a day for the refer- endum between April 15 and June 15. year-old son Mark Hirew away the key. Smith attacked the me- dieval cast iron with a saw and broke two blades. Father bundled mother into the car and drove her to the fire house. Chortling firemen frsed Mrs. Smith with their wire cutters. "When Tom presented me with it, I said it was what I had always she said. "It was a it wasn't too funny for me." NEWPORT, Ky. (AP) Mrs. Norbert See, 5-foot-5, 120-pound brunette, lifted a automobile off her trapped son following a traffic accident, then dismissed the feat as "nothing." "I knew my boy was under the car and I had to get him Mrs. See, 33, said yester- day. "I didn't notice the weight of the Pinto." Her son, Mark, 11, suffered head and shoulder Injuries. Mrs. See's car ran off the road and Mark was thrown out. He was trapped under the oar after it hit a pole and rolled over. TO OTTAWA will contribute to a special United Nations fund to help de- veloping countries. think PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS As Finance Minister, I was responsible for the massive lax bill that passed Canada's Parliament recently. HOW DO YOU RATE? 10 100 point. TOP Scout: 71 lo S3 point. Good. II to 90 point. Exctllmt. el to 70 point. Fair. HW FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION How can Canada help Bangladesh get on Its leet? YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct 1 In recent months, the Soviet Union has sup- ported India In its disputes with Pakistan, True or False? i The term "the guillotine" is often used in ref- erence to in Canada's House of Com- mons. a-the post of Speaker b-the cutting off of debate c-the rounding up of Members for major votes 3 The Peoples Republic of China has agreed to Bend a table tennis team and a 7 team to Canada this year, a-hockey b-swlmmlng and diung c-soccer 4 lyonada in turn agreed to send (t-i two sports to China? --S in what 6 There has been considerable speculation about the timing of the next federal election. In what year was the list one held? PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. 1.....sapper i.....predilection 3.....prediction 4.....amnesty 5.....premonition a-preference, bias in favor b-forewarning, hunch of things to come c-pardoning of a group of individuals d-one who lays mines e-forecast PART III NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. 1.....Joey Smallwood a-Newfoundland Premier resigned 2.....Ralph ColIIna b-President, Pakistan c-new Newfoundland Pre- 3.....Zulflkar All Bhutto mler 4.....Frank Moores d-Canadlan Ambassador to Communist China STUDENTS Save Thii Practice Examination! e-Prime Minister, Bung- 5.....MuJIbur Rahman Jadesh VEC, Inc. ANSWERS ON PAGE 19.