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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, Juno 24, 1970 Militia Program For Students This Summer OAKVILLE, Ont. (CF) Even (he army admits that mil itnry life lias its disadvantages Students taking summer jobs in the militia, for example, will earn only S-19 for a seven-tin week. They also will have to give up long hair, girl-friends fancy clothes, beards and liq nor. "I admit it's not too tempting for the average Canadian stu- said Capt. Denis Megan an information officer at Ortcna Barracks here. "But this is the army, and there's no other way to run it." The defence department plans to employ about students in the militia this summer at a cost of The cross-Canada program runs from July 6 to Aug. 21. Capt. Hogan, who said the pay "isn't a helluva said the discipline of army life may shock many students. "And no doubt we'll have some kids dropping out after a week or two." PRINCE CHARLES Wins Degree Honor Teachers GRANUM (HNS) Mrs. Mary Laughton and Mrs. Med- elin Giilespie, both leaving the Granum teaching staff, were honored recently at a tea at the home of Mrs. Eva Sherman. Co-hostess was Mrs. Kay Sherman. Mr. Sullivan present- ed gifts of crystal from the teaching staff. SMALL OFFICES FOR REN1 EACH PER MONTH SECRETARIAL SERVICES ALSO AVAILABLE Contact PAHULJE CONSTRUCTION ITD. 2618 S. PARKSIDE DRIVE PHONE 327-6747 Prince Charles, 21, has gain- ed a bachelor of art.s degree with honors in history, it wa announced nt Cambridge Uni- versity. The prince's tutor, Denis Marrian, said it was an ex- homely good result "both from the country's point of view and his own point of view." Pr nee Charles, who last year was invested as Prince of Wales, has said he plans to fol- low in the footsteps of his father, h i s grandfather and great grandfather by joining the Royal Navy after he finishes 'history studies st Cambridge. Prince Charles is the first heir to the British throne to live the li-fe of undergraduate. He joined Cambridge's Trinity Col- lege in 1967. Thomas Cody Williams, at 84 Canada's oldest active pilot, survived his fourth plane crash in 54 years of flying recently when his 1037 biplane hit an ap- ple tree behind his home and crashed to the ground. Mr. Williams, credited in the First World War with hav- ing shot down 13 German planes and who was shot down three times himself, walked 400 feet to liis home in Sweabing, Ont. and called an ambulance. to Author Farley Mowat, who says he has little use for lit- erary awards unless they are accompanied by money, will ac- ccpt a medal Saturday worth about The medal is the Stephe Lcacock Award for Humor. Mr. Mowat won this year' award for his book, The Boa TOo Wouldn't Float, an accoui of his misadventures along Newfoundland coast with hi boat Happy Adventure. The award is given annuall for the best book on humor pub lished in Canada in the prev ous year, and is in memory o Canadian humor ist Stephen Leacock. Workers Leave Jobs School Trustee To Seek Salary Reduction Cut EDMONTON (CP) Sep- arate school trustee, Lawrence Messier, has served notice he will seek a reduction in his S3.COO annual pay as a trustee His notice, presented to ths separate school board, says Hie motion will call on all trustees to accept the same reduction. The action follows similar pay raises which trustees voted themselves about a month ago, to which Mr. Messier objected. He s'aid trustees should accept reductions as a gesture toward fighting inflation. IMPORTANT UNRESERVED AUCTION Tractors and Farm Equipment on behalf of JOHN DEERE LTD. Corner of 33rd Streetnd 5th Avenue North Next to McKAY BROS. FARM IMPLEMENTS Your John Deere Dealer LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA FRIDAY, JUNE 26th at 11 a.m. Sharp TRACTORS MINNEAPOUS.MOLINE G1000 propane with hyd., 18.4 x34 duals, cab; MINNEAPOLIS-MOLINE Dsl. with cab, 4 wheel drive and dual 18.4x34 rear tires; MINNEAPOLIS- MOLINE 0705 Dsl. with cab and 18.4x34 rear tires; MAS- SEY HARRIS 97 propane with cab, dual hydraulics. 18.4 x34 dual rear tires; MASSEY FERGUSON 95 tractor with cab, dual hyd., 18.4x34 tires; COCKSHUTT 570 Dsl., with 18.4x34 tires and hyd.; MASSEY FERGUSON 95 hyd., live PTO, reconditioned; JOHN DEERE 320 hyd., P.S., PTO, re- condition; JOHN DEERE 80 hyd., PTO, P.S., reconditioned; IHC 606 reconditioned, 3 pi hitch; MASSEY FERGUSON 85 diesel with 3 pt hitch, hyd., PTO, reconditioned; MINNEAP- OlIS-MOLINi GV1 propane, hyd.. PTO, reconditioned. BALERS I4T baler; 24T baler; JOHN DEERE 14T baler; JOHN DEERE 14T baler. TILLAGE EQUIPMENT JOHN DEERE AW 14' disk harrow; JOHN DEERE 448 harrow; MASSEY FERGUSON ll1 chisel plow; JOHN DEERE 16' 1200 tiller. HAYING EQUIPMENT IHC rake; JOHN DEERE 640 rake; JOHN DEERE 32 crusher; JOHN DEERE sulky rake; MASSEY FERGUSON side del. hi-speed rake; 400 rod weeder 12'; 500 rod weeder 14' EDWARDS 36' rod weeder; ALUS-CHALMERS 7' trail mower; COCKSHUTT 7' mower; JOHN DEERE mower 7' No. S. MISCELLANEOUS MULCH Ireader; 1 SUND pickup; MASSEY HARRIS 16' lurflex with seed box; 1 SUND pickup; JOHN DEERE 16' Surflex 1 SUND pickup; JOHN DEERE 29 A sprayer; JOHN DEERE PDA 146 grain drill; JOHN DEERE belt pickup; JOHN DEERE 22 crimper; CASE 20x7 press drill. Waivers of Interest on Tractors, Combines and all Haying Equipment to March 1, 1971. COMBINES ALLIS-CHAIMERS GLEANER C1I with 12' platform, pickup, tab and straw chopper; COCKSHUTT 15 FD10, self propelled with straw spreader and cutting parti; MASSEY HARRIS 90 5pecio.li propelled with 16' tut- ting platform and straw spreader; MASSEY HARRIS 90 lelf propelled combine with 14' cutting platform, reel, pickup, and straw spreader; MASSEY FERGUSON Super 92 leif propelled with Melroe pickup and 14' platform; JOHN DEERE 95 with 18' cutting platform, pick-up, straw chop, per and car; JOHN DEERE 95 self propelled with chopper, pickup, 18' cutting table with reel; MASSEY HARRIS 90 Special with straw spreader, cutting parts and cab; McCOR- MICK 151 self propelled 14' platform with pickup; I.H. McCORMICK 203 self propelled with 12' header and straw spreader; McCORMICK DIERINO 141 self propelled with 14' platform tutting parti and spreader; JOHN DEERE 95 with pickup and straw spreader; JOHN DEERE self propel- led with cab, straw chopper, pickup and 12' pickup plat- farm; MASSEY-FERGUSON 410 with cab, pickup, straw chopper; MASSEY HARRIS 90 self propelled combine with 14' cutting platform and cutting parts, straw spreader; MASSEY HARRIS 90 with 14' cutting platform and cutting parts, straw spreader, Melroe pickup; MASSEY HARRIS Super 95, 4 wheel drive, with cab, hyd., 18.4x34 rear lires, 9.5x24 front tires; JOHN DEERE 9! self propelled 18' table, straw chopper; McCORMICK self propelled com- bine with 16' platform and culling parts; MASSEY HAR- RIS 92 with cutting parts, straw spreader; JOHN DEERE 95 self propelled, reconditioned; JOHN DEERE 95 self pro- pelled, reconditioned; JOHN DEERE self propelled 45; JOHN DEERE 65, PTO; MASSEY FERGUSON 35 SP; MASSEY HAR- HIS Super 27; IHC 141; JOHN DEERE 96 with pickup, re- conditioned; IHC 403 with pickup spreader, reconditioned; IHC 141 with pickup; IHC 141 with pickup. SWATHERS AND WINDROWERS INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER 200 15' pull-type power toko off swather; MASSEY FERGUSON 16' single swalhj VERSATILE 15' single swath; JOHN DEERE 190 windrower double swath; MASSEY HARRIS 20 15' windrower; NOBLE double swath; MASSEY HARRIS 20 15' windrower; CASE 720 windrower; IHC 201 double swath windrower. On the spot financing Lunch and Refreshments available LIST SUBJECT TO ADDITIONS AND DELETIONS "The Sound That Sells" ARMSTRONG AUCTION CO, LTD. Box 30 Phone (403) 599-6681 St. Albert, Alberta PORT HAWKESBURG, N.S. (CP) Three major construc- tion projects were tied up Tues- day as workers left their jobs in sup port of fishermen fighting for union recognition in eastern Nova Scotia. The.walkouts at projects In this area of the Strait of Canso halted work on in construction a new oil refin- ery, a deep water terminal and expansion of a pulp mill. The developments followed Monday's Supreme Court sen- tencing in Halifax of fisherman Everett Richardson of Canso, N.S., to nine months in jail for contempt of court. Richardson is one of 45 fishermen charged with failing to honor a court in- junction prohibiting all picket- ing at three fish plants in the area. The plants, owned by Acadia Fisheries Ltd. and Booth Fish- eries Canadian Ltd., have been idle since late March when their supplies of fish were cut by a strike of 250 trawlermen seek- ing company recognition for the United Fishermen and Allied Workers Union. The companies have refused to recognize the UFAWU. Most East Coast fishermen are Classed at; "co adventur- sharing in the dollar-value of each catch. They are not union members. Besides Richardson, 13 fisher- men have been sentenced to 20- and 30-day prison t e r in s and nine others have been remand- ed until next Monday for senten- cing. Sixteen others are to be charged Friday. BAN REPEALED WASHINGTON (AP) Tho House of Representatives voted here to repeal an 87-year-old ban on importation into the United States of contraceptive devices or materials. The mea- sure, sent to the Senate by voice vole, would also end prohibi- tions on the mailing of such ar- ticles, or of advertising material about them. Calgary Campus Budgets Okayed CALGARY (CP) The Uni- versity of Calgary board of gov- ernors approved two budgets, for opal-ailing costs snd far capital ex- penditures. The budgets call for an op- erating deficit of fir 1970-71, the same as last year when the uaversily spent on operating costs and for capital expenses. Anticipated operating costs are 13.3 per cent higher than in 1969-70. The university's enrol- ment is expected to increase 17 per cent to from full- time students. VACATION SALE PRICES EFFECTIVE JUNE 24lh to JUNE 27th GOING AWAY? WE RESERVI THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. FREE Pickup and Delivery on Prescriptions PHONE 328-6290 PRESCRIPTION SERVICE AVAILABLE r' t Iv1 ft Nupercainal 1% C1NCHOCAINE CONTACC CAIADRYL LOTION CO-PYRONIL BRADOSOL CREAM CONTAC C 6 ounce bottle, lotion soothes minor sunburn, in- sect bites, poison ivy and oak. Regular Wooico price 1.36 SALE .83 10 capsules, fast prolonged relief of symptoms of cold, hay fever, allergies. Regular Wooico price .89. SALE .69 1 ounce tube, soothes and aids healing of minor cuts, sunburn, insect bites. Regular Wooico price 1.09. SALE ,73 10 long acting capsules, re- lieves congestion and other symptoms due to colds and allergies. Regular Wooleo price 1.07. SALE .83 PYRIBENZAMINE 50 mg., 18 tablets, fast re- lief of itching, stuffy nosd and sneezing due to allergy. Regular Wooico price .95 SALE .69 NUPERCAINAL 1 ounce ointment or cream, relieves pain and itching of hemorrhoids, scratches and sunburn. Regular Wooico price 1.09. SALE ACTIFED .79 4 ounce syrup or 24 tablets, relieves congestion due to hay fever and allergies. Regular Wooico Q7 1.57. SALE -3 I AURALGAN ounce bottle, for treat- ment of earache. Regular Wooico price 1.19. SALE .89 AUTO FIRST AID KIT Wool" 2.69 RAID HOUSE AND GARDEN 11.2 Insect killer. Reg. Wooico 1 I ft Price 1.37. SALE I.ITF ARRID EXTRA DRY 6 ounce anti-perspirant. Reg. Wooico A-T Price 1.34. CURAD BANDAGES Economy package of 60 plastic bandages. Reg. Wooleo Price .89 SALE 2 for 198 NEET Hair remover, choose 5 ounce cream or 4 ounce loliorv. Reg. Wooico Price 1.23. SALE. 6-12 INSECT REPELLENT 5 ounce tpray. Reg. Wooico Pries 1.23. SALE I 99 WOOICO PHARMACY OPERATED BY JACK AUSTIN PHARMACY (ALBERTA) ITD. A Division of the Dominion Citrus Company Limited Open Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;