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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, March 1, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 31 CARDS OF THANKS HICKEY, Teresa I1 wish lo ttiank all my wonderful friends who attended the open house and helped make my 90th birthday such a memorable occasion. Thanks also for the beautiful flowers, gifts, cards and telephone greetings. Hickey 1431 HAMLING I wish to ex- tend a sincere thank you to my doctors and the staff of the St. Michael's Hospital for the care I received during my re- cent illness. Also thank you to my family and friends for their visits, cards and flowers. A special thank you to my many friends at the Blue Sky Lodge. Hamling 1354-1 CARD OF THANKS THOMPSON My sincere and heartfelt thanks to all my friends, neighbors and relatives for the many cards, flowers and visits while I was in St. Michael's Hospital. Special thanks to all the doc- tors and nurses and staff for the best of care at First East Wing. Dick Thompson, Foremost 1392-1 WILL SUPPLY OIL JAKARTA (AP) In- donesia has agreed to supply the Philippines with 11.9- million barrels of oil for million, Ibnu Sutowo, director of the slate owned oil eorpor- tation, Pertamina, said Tuesday. Plan to Attend tlu following Spring Farm Sales SATURDAY, MARCH 15 11 A.M. Leslie Bottyan Land Auction, Enchant SATURDAY, MARCH 15 P.M. John Volk Machinery Sale, Burdett TUESDAY, MARCH 18 P.M. H. Varhaug Machinery Sale, Enchant SATURDAY, MARCH 22 10 A.M. Large Machinery Sale, Auction Market, Lethbridge MONDAY, MARCH 24 11 A.M. Postman Estate Machinery Sale, Noblelord TUESDAY, MARCH 25 11 A.M. C. Wenlz Machinery Sale, Grassy Lake TUESDAY, APRIL 1 11 A.M. Anton Fettig Machinery Sale, Burdett SATURDAY, APRIL 5 10 A.M. Leslie Bottyan Machinery Sale, Enchant TUESDAY, APfllL 8 P.M. Steve Szigli Machinery Sale, Taber, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL A.M. Zacher C. Harty Machinery Sale, Bow Island TUESDAY, APRIL 15 P.M. Tony Swiczkar Machinery Sale, Taber WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16 A.M. R.H.I.D. Large Machinery Sale, Vauxhall SATURDAY, APRIL 19 10 A.M. Large Machinery Sale, Auction Market Lot, Lethbridge Several More Dates Pending! List Vour Sales Early While Good Dates Are Still Available. CONTACT: ALBERTA'S MOST EFFECTIVE AUCTION SALES ORGANIZATION Contact oMheae auction lala axparli to Hit your sale: TONTVIRGINILLO ID TORSHEH Phon. 349-4291 Phone 549-6493 COALDALE ISLAND Perlich Bros. Auction Market Ltd. Located In Ihe Hub of Southern Alberta's Livestock Industry 3 Mllu EH) ol Lilkuridgi on Hlgkwiy 3 Mill South Phone 329-3101 Box 1057, Lelhbridge COMPANY LICBNSI NO. 071465 JOE PERLICH BOB BAL6Q TONY PERLICH .Lie. 010293 Lie. 067454 Lie. 010292 JOHN J. VOLK AUCTION SALE Located 5 miles south, 1 mile west, Vh miles south ol BURDETT, ALBERTA TERMS CASH LUNCH SERVED SAT., MARCH 15-1P.M. SHARP Having received initruclioni from Mr. John J. Volk, we will Mil auction tne following itvmi: TRACTORS 1 International Farmall 856 diesel tractor, cab, dual speed, P.T.O., rock shaft controls (or 3 point hitch (no 18.4 x 38 tires, 2100 hours; 1 I.H.C. model M tractor with Farmhand front end loader; 1 I.H.C. WD9 tractor. HARVEST EQUIPMENT 1 I.H.C. No. 503 S.P. com- bine, straw chopper, cab, Melrose picK up; 1 I.H.C. No. 163 S.P. swather, water cooled motor; 11.H.C. 7 foot P.T.O. mower; 1 I.H.C. No. 5 L.W. side delivery rake. TRUCKS AND CAR Chev. 3 ton truck with gravel box and hoist; G.M.C. grain box and hoist, 4 new x 20 tires; Galaxie Ford car. TANKS gallon water gallon fuellanks. FARM MACHINERY 1 Massey Ferguson 21 foot tandem disc, dual wheels, 20" pans; 1 Noble No. HC-17-20C 21 foot wing type blade with hyd. wing lifts; 1 John Deere LLA14 foot press drill, solid packers, National fertilizer box: 1 Eversman land leveller; 1 Success 2 yard earth moving scraper; 1 I.H.C. 5 bottom 16 inch plow, hyd. control; 1 I.H.C. P.T.O. Man- ure spreader; 1 I.H.C. No. 10 heavy duty cultivator, 14 foot; 1 C.C I.L. self cleaning rotary harrow, 30 foot; 1 Cockshutt 10 foot double disc; 11.H.C. 20 tool double disc; 4 Crowfoot packers; 1 Model A 11 foot Noble blade; foot Victory blade; 17 sections ol Diamond harrows; 1 Harrow draw bar (3 steel 1 John Deere paddle grain loader with McCormick engine; 1 Robin 33 foot x 7 inch grain loader with Wisconsin engine, drag in auger; 1 Snowco 31 loot x 6 inch loader with motor; 2 Flat Deck farm wagons, x 16 tires, 8' x 16' deck; 1 fool bale loader; 1 W.W. cattle squeeze. IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT irrigation pump, mounted on frame lo fit W-9 tractor; quantity of irri- gation main valves; 44 lengths of 40 foot x. 4 inch lateral pipe; 1 length of 20 foot x 4 inch lateral pipe; 10 lengths Of 30 foot x 5 inch main line pipe; inch aluminum syphon tubes; quantity of 1 inch'and 2 inch plastic syphon tubes. MISCELLANEOUS AND SHOP TOOLS Quantity of 20 foot telephone poles; 1 hydraulic shop press; 1 Eatons garden tractor with mower, plow and culti- vator; 1 Monarch water pump with Briggs Slratton motor; 1 Monarch water pump with 1 H.P. electric motor with quantity of plastic pipe; 1 quantity of harn- ess; 1 Eaton's cream separator; 1 Wesllalia cream selectric cream separator; 1 McLeod's milking ma- chine; egg chicken incubator. MOBILE HOME 1 Prebullt 10 x 48 mobile home, 2 bedrooms, tandem axle, attached storm porch, The dMcrlpllon it to condition or ottorwlM II Hi forttl on MCh Hem li irwrelr guide end II In no way Wlfrinly or Klml or Implied. Neither Ihe euclloneer or the owner ere teeponilble lor eny error! In description or condition. CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. lu 1057. MMjrMH CMWHY MM mm 329-3101 071466 JOE PERLICH 101IALOO EHTOMHER TONY PERLICH Me, 010293 Lie. 067454 Lie. 012467 Lie. 010292 Phone31l-f772 Phone M7-2201 Phone 941-1492 PIMM32I-N71 Mlllc LethbfMge. AHi. Patterns For Boys, Girls "Inches Slimmer Chinese schools strong on theory, work PRINTED PATTERN 7192 By JIM GRANT Herald Staff Writer MEDICINE HAT The greatest strength of education in the People's Republic of China is its effective mixture of theory and practical instruction, a Vancouver educator told the Southeastern Alberta Teachers convention here Friday. Schools, from kindergarten to university, lake on contracts under, which they are required. to provide the country with a product in return for money that is then used to purchase equipment Girls and boys love this stripe happy set for school! QUICKIES! Crochet car- digan from the neck down all in one piece, including sleeves. No seams to sew! Use bulky yarn. Pattern 7192: Child's Sizes 4-10; cap, S, M. L incl. Jl.dfl for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15f each pattern for first class mail and special handl- ing to Alice Brooks, Lethbridge Herald, Needlecraft Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scar- borough, Ontario, MIT 4P7. Ont. residents add 7f sales tax. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, Address. .RECALLS WORKERS BUFFALO (AP) The Bethlehem Steel Corp. called 700 employees back to work Monday at the cold strip mill of its nearby Lackawanna works. The workers had been laid off last week following a Feb. 12 fire at the steel mill. Princess curves flow down the figure in this INCHES SLIMMER Style. No stop for waist seams! Fringed triangle. Printed Pattern 4961: Half Sizes 14Vz, 16Vz, 2014. Size 1414 (bust 37) dress 2% yds. 45-inch; scarf Jl.KO for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15? each pattern for first- class mail and special handling. Ont. residents add 7{ sales tax. Print plainly Size, Name, Address, Style Number. Send to Anne Adams, Lethbridge Herald, Pattern Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scar- borough, Ontario, MIT 4P7. CALGARY PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA MAURICE HANDFORD, CONDUCTOR FBI., MARCH p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE DVORAK NEW WORLD SYMPHONY Also on the same program: Gypsie Baron Strauss Emperor Waltz Strauss Pizlcato Polka Strauss Perpetuum Mobile Strauss Waltz: Roses from the South Strauss Austrian Peasant Dances Schoenherr One Performance Only All Seats Students TicKeta available at: Leister's Muiic Ltd., Canadian Mental Health Association Office, University of Leth- bridge, Mutic ft Switch Board. Sponsored by the Canadian Mental Health Assoc. (Southern Region) and supplies for the school, Lcn Sampson recalled from his 1971 visit to the communist nation. The students study methods of production in the classroom and then apply the knowledge they have learned each after- noon in the school factory un- der close supervision. At the kindergarten level, explained, the students may simply be packing light bulbs or repairing badminton birds for recycling, while at the university, students were producing penicillin and other medical drugs. As an example, he said students may study about cer- tain chemicals in the classroom in the morning, ex- periment with them in the laboratory early the same afternoon and then produce the chemicals for market, in the factory, later in the day. Students from kindergarten up, also "gel practical lessons in horticulture" as all schools emphasize the need for an un- derstanding of gardening and farming. High school and university students and their educators are required to spend between three and four weeks each summer assisting farmers with the harvest or working in industry. School operates fur 8.5 months u year. "There is a great-deal of dignity applied lo manual Dr. Sampson said. During Iheir six-day school week, students of all ages receive daily military training, political in- doctrination, science, mathematics and language instruction. Through an audio-visual dis- play of his six-week visit of Chinese schools, Dr. Sampson explained how the political and military pii.'.isophy is an integral part of drama, art and extra-curricular ac- tivities of the students. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES OPPORTUNITY FOR RADIO, TV SALESMAN With proven ability who is ready to step up to a Major Market. Send personal and business resume along with income expected to: Box 9114, Postal Station EDMONTON Use Classified Ads For Fast Results Phone 328-4411 FAMILY PHYSICIAN Required lor small village In Alberta. Ten bed hospital. Modern clinic. Quiet, rural, solo practice. Friendly progressive community. Please apply to Miss Pal' Adams, Chairman, P. 0. Box 131, Cereal, Alberta, TOJ ONO. Phone Number 326-3899. PREVENTIVE SOCIAL SERVICE DIRECTOR Required by CITY OF DRUMHELLER A Director Is required lo initiate and carry out preventive Social Serv- ice Programs In Drumheller. This position requires a mature person capable ol assessing needs, working co-operallvely and communicating effectively with others. The successful applicant will be a highly motivated person with a dedicated Interest In people- Training and consultation will be available to (he appointee from (he Provincial Department and Ihe salary will be commensurate with qualifications- Slate salary expected. Applicants are requested to respond with a resume of experience and academic qualificalions. Applications will be received until Friday, March 7, 1975. Send applications to: Wm. L.Doyle, Chairman, Preventive Social Service Board, Box 1135, Drumheller, Alberta TOJ OYO STEAM ENGINEERS Third and Fourth Class Immediate openings available for both Third and Fourth Class Steam Engineers at Fort McMurray for work on Oil Sands Thermal Recovery Project. Competitive salary and full range of benefits offered including subsidized housing. Interested applicants contact: Mr. P. J.Smyth at 266-7131 or write TEXACO EXPLORATION CANADA LTD. P.O. Box 3333 CALGARY, Alberta T2P OSS YOUR FUTURE IS HERE. GOVERNMENT ff ALBERTA REHABILITATION COUNSELLING INSTRUCTORS RED DEER The Department of Health and Social Development, Alberta School Hospiiel. Red Deer Alberta School is a facility offering progressive developmental programs for Us mentally handi- capped residents. The successful applicants will instruct wllhln the continuing education program in residential rehabilitation. Duties will include the preparation and presentation of lectures In the staff dvelopment department, supervision of residential staff In various phases of Iheir educational program, etc. Qualifications: Bachelors degree in Social Sciences or Home Economics, or a suitable com- bination of sducalion .and experience. An extensive knowledge in training, education and cars of the handicapped and a demonstrated ability or potential to instruct is required- Salary S12.528 (Currently under review) Closes March 19, 1975 Competition Number 9194-1 Apply to: PERSONNEL DIRECTOR .ALBERTA SCHOOL RED DEER, ALBERTA T4N 5H1 YOUR FUTURE IS HERE. SENIOR COUNSELLOR Calgary. Alberta Vocational Centre. Advanced Education. The Alberta Vocational Centre provides academic upgrading and other skill training to adults. Under the direction of the Director of Student Services, administers the Counselling section and develops services offered by Ihe section In keeping with the needs ol Ihe student body, Ihe general public, and the institution itself. The successful candidate will ensure thai a broad career counselling service Is offered and will provide in-service (raining and guidance lo all section stall. Interprets Institutional, government and referring agency policies; also carries a caseload of clients, both applicants and student, as required. QUALIFICATIONS: An undergraduate degree In Psychology or a related field, preferably with some graduate work in counselling. Considerable experience in counselling and ad- ministration Salary commensurate with education and experience. Open until candidate Is selected. Competition number: 55D2-C-2. (Please quote competition number when applying.) Information and application forms from: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 1101, JOHN J. BOWLEN BLDG. 620 7th AVENUE S.W. CALGARY, ALBERTA T2P QY8 City of Lethbridge DEPUTY CITY TREASURER There is a position open In th city of Lethbridge for a DEPUTY CITY TREASURER who under the general direction of the Finance Director will be responsible for the administration of Ihe accounting function, in- vestments, and other assigned duties. SALARY: to per annum dependent on qualificalions and experience. QUALIFICATIONS: The successful applicant will be a university graduate with commerce degree holding qualifications as a C.A., R.I.A. or C.G.A., with a knowledge of Municipal accounting preferred, or certificate in municipal administration and six years experience in municipal accounting. Please direct confidential enquiries with an outline of experience, personal data and references to the Personnel Superintendent, City Lethbridge, Alberta. Applications will not be accepted after March 5, 1975. Use Lethbridge Herald CAREER ads (or quick resultal ALBERTA HOG PRODUCERS MARKETING BOARD REQUIRES A livestock yard supervisor and general yard help for the Board's Lethbridge Hog Terminal. Persons are Invited to write or phone Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board at 6113-101 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta Phdne 465-6181 EARN WHILE YOU LEARN Employment Opportunities are Open In the following SUPPLY TECHNICIAN ARTILLERY RADIO OPERATOR RADIOMAN (SEA) MARINE ENGINEER TECHNICIAN VEHICLE TECHNICIAN INFANTRY MEDICAL ASSISTANT ELECTRONICS COMMUNITY RESEARCH We will teach you and pay a monthly starting wage of with regular pay increase) as you progress. or Visit Your Canadian Forces Recruiting Mobile At the Brlge Town House Motel on 05 06 March, 1975 between 12 noon and 8 p.m. Phone: 327-4576 or write to Canadian Forces Recruiting Centre, 522 8th Ave. S.W. Calgary, Alia. T2P 1E8 or visit your local Canada Manpower Centre. GET INVOLVED The Canadian Armed Forces H YN Cu'f to hpto Htnml Contact your local Reserve Unit, the 20th Independent Field Battery, Kenyon Field Armouries, Lethbridge. Phone 327-2650. ;