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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Spiro Agriew Wristwatch All The Rage In U.S. ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) A suburban doctor, his wife and 10 children are working around Hie clock lo fill Ihou- sands of orders for their in- 'ventiin, the Spiro Agncw wrislwatch. "Its a said Dr. Hale Dougherty. "I haven't been to my office in days. Ever since Elhcl Kennedy wore her watch lo a party, our phone hasn't stopped ring- ing." Dougherty was sorting Agnew watches on the family pool table yesterday while his wife and children addressed labels, licked stamps and made trips to the post office. A phone jangled aixt a child shouted: "Mom, President Mxon's niece wants to buy three watches right away." Tlie timepiece resembles the classic Mickey Mouse watch. But this one features a caricature of ahe vice-presi- dent. His red-gloved one making the peace symbol, point out the time. "We weren't really trying lo poke fun at the vice-presi- said Dougherty, but he added wryly: "Neither were we saying he's the greatest person alive." GOT IDEA FROM SON The watch started as a fam- ily project says Dougherty, 38, a general practitioner. The eldest Dougherty son, Stephen, 18, home from col- lege last Christmas, told the family a joke: "Did you know that Mickey Mouse wears a Spiro Agnew "A Spiro Agnew sail Dougherty. "Why Free Debate To Update Communism VIENNA, Auslria (Reuters) President Nicolae Ceausescu of Romania called here for a free debate within the world Communist movement to update Marxism-Leninism and bring it into line '.nth new social and economic trends in the world. Ceausescu, who has sought to achieve a relatively free hand for his party in bloc and world affairs, launched his plea in a report to the Romanian Com- munist party central committee which met in Bucharest July 8- 9. His statement was published fully by the Romanian Ager- press news agency. Referring to a new 20-year treaty of friendship and mutual aid signed this week with Rus- sia, Ceausescu said this was based on independence, sover e i g n t y, non-interference and1 equal rights. Romania in the new treaty pledged to come to the aid of Russia against any attack from the outside but in the speech today Ceausescu demanded in- dependence for each party in its policy-making. Gems of Truth: PRESENTED WREKLY BY VAN PELT CUSTOM INTERIORS LTD. LETHBRIDGE MERCY abundantly given, HEtP for the difficult place- COURAGE when it's sorely needed, STRENGTH for the problems we face. COMFORT when grief assails us, LOVE when we need someone to care- These are the blessing of God That He gives in answer to prayer. Saturday, July 11, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 VICTIM'S WILL Daniel Mallelle holds the will he was given by Jacques Belanger, 16, only two hours before his friend was killed in an Air Canada crash near Toronto which look 108 lives. The photograph was published in the Journal de Montreal, a French-language tabloid. 'Clean Closes Lfoors DETROIT (AP) A thea- tre opened by two priests whose parishoners complained about the lack of suitable 'amily movies has closed for lack of patronage. Rev. Richara Ward, co-pas- tor of St. Aloysius Roman Catholic Church, and Rev. John Nader of St. Mary's Church leased a downtown theatre and opened May 16 with a double bill oE W. C. Field comedies. Next shown were Romeo and Juliet, Thoroughly Mod- ern Millie and Four Clowns. Prices were scaled at for adults and 75 cents for children, the priests said. LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Offers FALL SEMESTER PROGRAMS COMMENCING AUGUST 26, 1970 IN THE SCHOOLS OF AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION LIBERAL EDUCATION BUSINESS EDUCATION TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION CONTINUING EDUCATION NURSING EDUCATION School of AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION Courses in IRRIGATION TECHNOLOGY ECONOMICS AND FARM MANAGEMENT ANIMAL SCIENCE PLANT SCIENCE FARM MACHINERY AND- MOTORS FARM STRUCTURES SOILS PUBLIC RELATIONS Director: DR. R. D. CLARK School of BUSINESS EDUCATION Transfer and Pre-Employment Programs SECRETARIAL SCIENCE Major Protesting Major Major BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, YEAR I BUSINESS ADMINISTRATOR II Data Protesting Major Major Major Administration Major Management Major (beginning 1971) HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT. 7-yesr program (Beginning 1971) Prerequisite Businon Administration Year I Director! MR. D. R. MAISEY School of LIBERAL EDUCATION Offers Ceurtci in COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY PREPARATORY PROGRAM OUTDOOR RECREATION AND CONSERVATION EDUCATION COMMUNICATION ARTS and Television Arts LAW ENFORCEMENT Director: MR. O. D. ALSTON School of NURSING EDUCATION OFFERS A TWO-YEAR PROGRAM DESIGNED 1. To educate students who, as graduates, are prepared to give patient-centred care in beginning staff positions. 2. To uliliie scientific principles and skills requisite to giving direct care to patients and developing an ethical responsibility to nursing. 3. To prepare graduates who will be eligible lo qualify for the national regiSTrc iron to become registered nurses. The program is open (o male and female candidates, married or single. Director: 5R. ANN MARIE CUMM1NGS School of TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL 'EDUCATION offen ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY COMMERCIAL COOKING DRAFTING TECHNOLOGr ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY MEAT TECHNOLOGY SURVEYING WELDING (6-wtek program) Director: MR. H. M. JUBBER School of CONTINUING EDUCATION Fall Programs In Business Adult High School and General Interest Acling Director: MR. W. D. HEYLAND FOR INFORMATION AND APPLICATION FORMS CONTACT THE DIRECTOR OF THE SCHOOL IN WHICH YOU ARE INTERESTED PHONE 327-2141 SIMPSONS-SEARS We Need Special People We're looking for people who want to build a profitable, promising future in a growing company. People who are seeking more than "just another People like yourself. We're after people ivho ivant to perform on the team that is going places! OUR RECORD PROVES WE ARE GOING PLACES Simpsons-Sears is Canada's fastest growing retail and catalogue sales organization with an annual sales vol- ume in excess of 615 Million Dollars. Thirty-Two cities across Canada are served by our large department stores, and combined with more than 350 Catalogue Sales Offices offer our customers the most complete selection of merchandise available. We are going places. Now is your opportunity to share in this growth! In 1969, out of profits, the company presented 995 to its Employee Profit Sharing Fund. This is largest amount in the history of the Fund. 10% OFF PURCHASES For You and Your Dependents All employees and dependent members of their families realize the discount when buying from our stores, or the many catalogues and the Robert Simpson Company. OUR BENEFIT PROGRAM ALSO INCLUDES Overtime pay at time and one-half three weeks' paid vacation after five yeari paid statutory holidays group life and medical insurance. You'll enjoy working a 40-hour week in the beautiful new store at Village Mall in complete air conditioned comfort. WE ARE INTERVIEWING NOW DEPARTMENT MANAGERS, REGULAR FULL TIME AND PART TIME SALES PERSONNEL, TECHNICAL SERVICE- MEN, TAILORS, DELIVERY DRIVERS, JANITORS, QUALI- FIED ACCOUNTING MACHINE OPERATORS, CASHIERS, PERSONNEL, COMMISSION SALESMEN, INSTALLERS, AP- PLIANCE REPAIRMEN, SECRETARIES, CAFETERIA STAFF, NURSE, OFFICE CLERICAL, CREDIT. Apply in person to our Temporary Personnel Office 1218 2nd Ave. South Acklands Bldg. Just West of the Lethbridge Arena 9.30 a.m. -12 Noon 2.00-5.00 p.m. Evenings 6.30-8.00 p.m. Monday, July 13th Tuesday, July 14th and daily thereafter till 5 p.m. You'll Enjoy Working With Simpsons-Sears! ;