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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 26-THE LETHBRIDGE feRALD-Saturday, March Dateline Alberta Miikyard EDMONTON (CP) Among many problems'faced .by dairymen, perhaps the most onerous is the long hours of work and the Alberta government Friday announced a pilot program to try and resolve this and other industry difficulties. Dr. Hugh Homer, agriculture minister, said the "milkyard" program will provide for the pooling of several dairy operations into a single unit to provide economic advantages of herd size relation to general overhead costs which include equipment, buildings and manpower. Dr. Homer said plans now call for two pilot projects, one uerferably in Southern the other in Northern'. Alberta to allow the department to study feasibility and the effect of different climatic conditions. Constables cleared PONOKA (CP) Charges against two RCMP constables of assault causing bodily harm in a traffic case have been dismissed in provincial court. Judge R. A. Cawsey said in dismissing the charges, laid by the family of the motorist, that they were entirely without The motorikt, 19-year-old Richard Dedioarponoka was arrested Sept. ig, 1973, driven to for a breath analysis The assault charges were brought against Constables M. T. Horn and J. P. Court system rapped EDMONTON (CP) A deserted wife in Alberta has to go to family court to arrange for support payments from her husband, to district court to settle child custody and to magistrate court to deal with any criminal matters arising from the desertion, a lawyer said Friday. Then, said Julien Payne Ottawa, she has to go Supreme Court for divorce. Mr. Payne, director of the tamily law research project of the Law Reform Commission of Canada, used the example to criticize the current multi- layered system of family courts. CAREERS CAREER SALES OPPORTUNITY Would you like to earn to a year (and more) as a salesman? You can do it right in Leth- bridge- No overnight travel is required. We offer a comprehensive training program. You will receive excellent fringe benefits. There is a built in opportunity for rapid advancement. In recent years our sales people have qualified for meetings in Hawaii, Mexico 'and Nevada. This April we are off to San Diego for 7 days, all expenses paid. A sales background and High School graduation are desirable, but certainly not essential. Some of our successful people have University degrees. We have people under 25 years of age, others are grandparents. We have no particular requirements, but we are looking for honest, hard-working men or women, who meet people well and will follow our proven sales system exactly. Take five minutes to investigate this challenging and rewarding career. Call collect to Lethbridge at 329-4888 between 9 a.m. and p.m. or 327-7741 between 5 p.m. and p.m. and ask for Mr. Pierson. Or you can write to Box 149 Herald. SALES PROFESSION Last year our top salesman earned Our average salesmen earned If you have the desire and ability to earn within these income brackets, you should reply to this advertisement. No out-of-town travelling Car and full Medical, Health and Group In- surance supplied Great opportunities for advancement Reply to Box No. 1 Lethbridge Herald YOUR FUTURE IS HERE. TRAVEL RESEARCH ASSISTANT EDMONTON Travel Atberte has an immediate -requirement for a Research Assis- tant in the field of Tourtsm This person will review, analyze, evaluate and compile reports on papers, studies and documents related to the economic, social and environmental impact of Tourism Alberta Other duties include development and operation of a research library and establishment of recommendations and guidelines for original TsearCh Jn the field of tourism. Tme successful candidate wffl possess a knowledge of the principles, methodology, toctmtsfues and tactics of applied research accompanied by university graduation in tounsm crnmerce. arts or a related discipline Salary Closes March 20 1374 Competition Number 0666-1 APPIF afMBAA OR 10015-103 AVMMM, TSJ OM4 HoomSOC Tarraca BuMHnp ARwrta, TSK 2C1 Albertan killed at Salmo SALMO, B.C. (CP) Evelyn Faye Taylor, 49, of Gem, Aita. was killed in a two-car collision on the Salmo Creston section of the Southern Trans-Canada Highway Friday afternoon. Her husband, Louis Cecil Taylor, 52, and Lome L. Harding, Toronto, who was in the other car, were treated for injuries in hospital and released. Banned spray adhesives are cleared OTTAWA (CP) Sale of certain brands of spray adhesives, removed from the market last August, has been permitted since mid-Jan- uary, a consumer affairs department official said Friday. J. W. Black, chief of the department's hazardous products division, made the comment following reports from Edmonton that some of the city's hardware stores were disobeying the ban by the adhesives. The products involved are :otchbrand's Spray-ment, ray Adhesive 77 and Spray i Adhesive by 3-M Co. and Krwpn Spray Adhesive made by Bordon Co. The three manufacturers voluntarily removed them from the markeV last August following a University of Oklahoma report ihat exposure to the adhesives caused chromosome changes and birth It s hi, ho time A worker on a building site at Blackfriars near London Friday reads a news- paper headlining Britain's return to 5-day working week, announced by the new Labor government. In the background smoke belches from the Bankside power, station. The working day was cut by the Conservative government to three-days- a-week in an effort to conserve fuel, a shortage of which was caused by miner's strike. Nixon urges death penalty when kidnap victim killed COMMUNICATIONS OPEN The Canadian Overseas Telecommunication Corp. (COTC) was incorporated in President Nixon called Friday for reinstatement of the death penalty in the United States in kidnapping cases where the victim is killed, and his attorney- general urged Congress and state legislatures to act now. As Nixon's message was is- sued, an eight-year-old Long Island boy and a Virginia 1949. It provides "telephone woman were back with their p families as police continued to services to more than 200 overseas territories. hunt for kidnappers who ab- ducted the two and escaped AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY Authored Dealership For Leading Advertising Specialty Company to be LETHBRIDGE TERRITORY SOUTHERN ALBERTA and EAST KOOTENAYS TO CRESTON Excellent Remuneration Based on Straight Commission Payments Good Present Sales Volume Reply Box 121, Uthbridge Herald SERVICE MANAGER Required for a FORD Dealership in CAMROSE, Alberta Position carries dual of Service Manager and Shop Foreman with responsibilities'for full manage- ment of service department. Applicant must be journeyman, mechanic with Ford background desireafcte, excellent opportunity to live in one of company car provided, submit applicatioriin confidence, stating full resume to: LAMB FORD SALE? LTD., 4903-49th Ave... ____________CAMROSE. Alberta with ransoms totalling Meanwhile, a food giveaway continued in California in an attempt to win freedom for Patricia Hearst, and arraignment was postponed for two weeks for a couple charged in the kidnapping of Atlanta newspaper editor Reg Murphy. Alexander Haig, White House chief of staff, said Nixon talked with Attorney- General William Saxbe on Thursday and Friday to "convey his concern about the increased incidence of kid- napping." Haig said Nixon urged Saxbe to press Congress to pass year-old legislation that would reinstitute the death penalty in hijacking and terrorism cases and rn kidnappings in which the victim is killed. He said Nixon also ordered Saxbe to study "whatever additional measures the federal government might take to deal with this problem of kidnapping." URGES ACTION "The only practical way to deter kidnappers is to make Roanoke, Va., an ex- convict and his wife were named as the kidnappers of Betty Ann Van Balen, a realtor who was abducted at gunpoint Wednesday by a couple she said asked her to show them some real estate. She was released Thursday in Ansted, W.Va., after her husband personally delivered a ransom. The warrants named Larry Cole, 27 and his wife, Bonnie Ann, 23. Relatives said Mrs. Van Balen recognized Cole as a former employee of her hus- band's company. Hillsborough, Calif., lawyers for two imprisoned Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA) members opposed a televised news conference for the men to present suggestions they say might help free Miss Hearst. While the question of a news conference remained unre- solved, thousands of persons in the San Francisco Bay area received bags of free groceries in the fourth food giveaway demanded by Miss Hearst's kidnappers as gesture of "good faith." Atlanta, Ga., a federal judge Friday sharply lectured the penalty so severe that they prosecutors for the treatment will think twice before given one of two persons in- CALGARY AUXILIARY HOSPITAL AND NURSING HOME DISTRICT NO. 7 ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF BUILDINGS AND SERVICES MM in 0M awtctton of Grounds end Co-ordfeation of Ftn PiOfonUoii and Pn Main well the AcHvftiee of e Staff of 9. JOUMNCYMAN CERTIFICATE prvler- abrjELECTRICALor minimum of 3 yoora oxportonco in ouporvtaoty copocMf. and oiporioneal Quaff- CALGARY AUXILIARY HOSPITAL AND NURSING HOME DISTRICT NO. 7 Paraonnal Department 200 140 1st Ava. S.W., AHMrta- T2PQAS attempting Saxbe said in urging legislatures to act. In Dix Hills, N.Y., eight- year-old John Calzadilla was reported in excellent condition after lie was released following 33 hours of captivity. Police said four or five Spanish-speaking kidnappers escaped with a ransom after releasing young Calzadilla at a New Jer- sey highway stop early Friday. In other developments: House briefs dieted in the kidnapping of Reg Murphy, editor of the Atlanta Constitution. U.S. District Court Judge Newell Edenfield, in allowing lawyers for William A. H. Wil- liams and his wife. Betty Ruth, two more weeks to file motions, turned to prosecutor William Gaffney and said: "I understand they won't even let this man (Williams) make a phone call and he hasn't even got the money to buy a pack of cigarettes." Farmers promised grasshopper bait OTTAWA (CP) The gov- ernment plans to ensure that Prairie farmers have adequate chemicals to control a potential severe grasshopper outbreak this year. Agriculture Minister Eugene Whelan said Friday. He told Doug Neil CHIEF STEAM ENGINEER VMT JB ffUJyOT ffMVfiTOTMl OH fttW 8fl VnNINMMtMit 4 TIM auufcaaoM cjndMaM wtfl hold, or to abfa to onaWy for an Clan Tiekot nf for a MDy qoaMlod The Bosnian, in orw of Aftertax fas flVI UpfliVIOHan VPfftl 9Up9fwf9Ofy TWslsai iniinaurt .imllr.nli (A.C. 401. 2W-7M1V I0lontn> to FM LM-S3S. to W. Q. in oar Calgary of- TKHNKA1 SEKYKE COUNO. 816-7fh S.W, Cofgeny 2 269-7931 Va 1927 Jaw) in the Commons there are no plans to use dieldrim. a grasshopper killer banned because of its effect on the environment. Measures are being taken to ensure supplies of other chemicals. OTTAWA Special efforts are being made to clear tough and damp grain from Prairie elevators. Otto Lang, minister responsible for the wheat board, said Friday. All available railway cars have been pressed into service to haul the grain to terminal elevators before the opening of the St. Lawrence seaway, he told Stanley Korchincki