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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IETHBRIDGI HERAIO Monday, May 4, 1970----- 'Don't Go North' Manpower Warns OTTAWA (CP) Don't go North, young man, the federal manpower department advises students who may have read glowing promotion material about summer employment in northern oilfields. Advertisements offering infor- mation about jobs in Alaska oil- fields supposedly going begging and paying a month could Propose Arctic Research OTTAWA (CP) Joint U.S.- Canadian research on the Arctic was proposed this week by some 50 Arctic experts from the two countries at 2 meeting at -esrby. Mor.tebel'.o, Qis., the northern affairs department says. Chairman at the four-day closed meeting of governmenl scientists was Dr. D. Dunlop, science advisor to U.S. Interior Secretary Walter Hickel, and Dr. J. M. Harrison, assistant deputy minister of energy, mines and resources. After reviewing current knowledge about the Arctic, the group identified research re- quirements on the effects of ex- ploration, development and eco- nomic activity on the human and physical environment, the department said in a release. Denison Mines Big Shareholder In Trust Firm TORONTO (CP) -Denison Mines Ltd, has become the big- gest shareholder1 in Victoria and Grey Trust Co., a new report by the Ontario Securities Commis- sion shows. The report says Denison in- creased its interest in the com- pany during March by shares to In January Denison became corporate insi- der by taking control of more than 10 per cent of the common shares. Victoria and Grey had assets last Oct. 31 of It is controlled by board chairman H. J. McLaughlin and his fam- ily, who own about more than Deni- son has acquired. Denison was blocked by the federal government in a recent attempt to sell control to the United States-controlled Hud- eon's Bay Oil and Gas. Victoria and Grey has more than 25 branches tario. across On- QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 324 ilh St. S. Ph. 328-7684 Abovt Capitol Furniture EDDY DIETRICH, C.D.M. dupe hundreds of Canadian stu- dents into making fruitless trips to Alaska and the Yukon this summer, the department noted Friday. A statement by the depart- ment Friday claims that when the ads first appeared in weeitly newspapers in western Canada, its Whitehorse office was del- uged with inquiries. The depart- ment has put out the word that there is virtually no employ- ment for unskilled workers in the North but the ads have since appeared in student news- papers. In a bulletin issued April 1, the Alaska state employment service warned that unemploy- ment in January was 8.2 per cent of the work force. It stated that activity on the north slope oilfields had declined and would not pick up until a date is set for a start on construction of a pipeline to the south. The ads which alarm Cana- dian manpower officials were placed under the name of Job Research Service with a post office box in Whitehorse. hey offer, for 52 "to cover full information about jobs in Alaska and those who reply get a 14-page, photo-cop- ied booklet which lists the names of companies engaged in the north slope, describes living costs and working conditions and states that the average wage for an 84-hour-week for trades workers is The pamphlet soft-pedals the difficulty of obtaining work per- mits by Canadians seeking work in Alaska. A US. embassy spokesman said there is already concern about providing sum- mer employment for U.S. stu- dents. A Canadian in Alaska would have to be extremely lucky to get a permit, he said. A manpower official said Fri- day that anyone thinking of work in the Yukon should first contact his local manpower off- ice. At present, he said, there are 152 truck drivers and con- struction laborers out of work in Whitehorse with no prospect of immediate improvement. Coroner Calls For Probe In j Stevens Death HOLLYWOOD (AP) The coroner's office says a team o behavioral scientists will be called in to determine whether actress Inger Stevens took her own He. Authorities are unsur whether the Swedish-born ac tress, who complained often o oneliness and inability to un- burden herself of her problems committed suicide or was the victim of an accidental overdose of pills. Miss Stevens, 36, who ap- peared in numerous movies ant starred in the television series The Farmer's Daughter, wa< found Thursday in her home in the Hollywood Hills. She died en route to hospital. Coroner Thomas Noguchi's in Hal appraisal was "acute bar siturate intoxication." But be added: "We offer call in behavioral scientists in cases such as this. They rill investigate her medical his- ory, get any history they can and talk to her friends." Prepare your TRAILER or CAMPER Now lor the Holiday Season Recreation Vehicles has full facilities to completely service or repair your recreation vehicle. For Expert GAS TESTING APPLIANCE TESTING WHEEL BEARING SERVICE WATER TESTING Contact PrebCo. PrebCo also carries a complete line of trailer parts and accessories pius a free sanilary waste disposal station. Located West of Gas Company 600 4th Aye. N. PREBQO RECREATiQN VEHICLES 600 4th Avenue N. lethbridge EATON'S.-Gifts that say Happy May 10th is Mother's Day! Please Mother With A Gift Of Dainty Lingerie Mom will be delighted with a gift of dainty lingerie on "her day." GOWNS Nylon tricot with a covering of nylon sheer. Lace trim and In thffc popular waltz length Colours: pink, aqua and gold. Sizes: small, medium e: 8.00 SLIPS Luxurious slips in nylon tricot. Lace trim at hem and bodice, ad- justable straps, White and skin tones. Sires 32 to C Aft Q flfl 40. EACH Q.UU to w.UU PANTIES Nylon briefs in elastic and band leg styles. Lace trims. Colouri white and assorted pastels. Sizes: small, medium O Aft O ftft C.UU and W.UU Lingerie, Main Floor and large. EACH Perfume For Mother "MOON DROPS" EAU DE PARFUM SPRAY. A light yet concentrated fragrance mist crisp, clear, cool. rt AA Introductory size. EACH ..........................A.UU REPLIQUE. A sophisticated lady scent at a special splurge n Crt -on price. Limited edition. Spray mist. EACH O.JU YVES SAINT LAURENT EAU DE TOILETTE "Y" MfST. An exotic, romantic fragrance packaged In glass cylinder, topped with white metal and gold band. 2 ounce size. Eft Main Floor Regular 8.00. NOW Solar Watches Well known Solar watches with un- breakable mainspring, shock absorb- ing springs. Anfi rust, magnetic main- spring. Assorted styles with cord or matching expansion bracelets. Watches, Main Floor EACH Rings Orion Cardigans Make A Lovely Mother's Day Gift! Watch her eyes shine with delight when you present Mother with one of these lovely orlon cardigans. In fine bulky knit styles. Raglan and sef-in sleeves. Cable and fancy stitch trims. White, aqua, pink, beige und green. Sizes: small, medium Aft O Aft and large. EACH.......................... I to Women's Sportswear, Main Floor Candy A varied selection of brand name boxed choco- lates including Rowntree's, Cadbury, Moirs and JR 91% Candies, Loww Floof Mother's Day Cards A wide selection of beautiful cards for Mother'i 350 to1.00 Stationery, Lower Floor Sewing Baskets Always a welcome end practical gift. Something that Mother would appreciate. Available in a variety of styles and colours. OO 1 A OO (o Notions, Lower Floor Man-made stones in elegant mount- ings Mom will love and cherish. A grand array of the latest fashion stylet and settings. EACH 20.00 57.50 Jewellery, Main Floor Scarves A wide variety of sheers and satin acetate scarves. Long, lanky lengths and squares and triangles and apaches. JQ. A AA EACH to Accessories, Main Floor Eatonia Pumps v Remember Mom and delight her with o pair of new summer shoes. Stylish dress footwear in soft, crushed kid leather uppers fancy buckle or bow trim. Semi high dress heels. Soft and style- right. Bone, black or brown. Sizes SVz to AA and B widths 4 Q AA Shoes, Main Floor Slippers collectively. PAIR Give mother a gift of comfort uuuy, piuin or itmty 2.99 8.50 Slippers; Main Floor Saturday is the Final Day to Enter the Draw Mother Contest If You Are 10 or Under You May Win A Prize for Mom or Yourself All entries must be in by Saturday, May 9th Compete for a bike for you and a bouquet of roses for mom HERE ARE THE RULES: 1. Drawing must be 8x10-inch size, any medium. 2. Send as many drawings as you like, each one with coupon or facsimile on back. 3. Two classes: 7 to 10 years, 6 years and underl 4. Children of Eaton employees not eligible to enter. 5. Prizes awarded in both classes. 6. Decision of judges is final, all drawings become the property of Eaton's. 7. Entries must be in by May 9th; bring them to Eaton's Chil- dren's Wear Dept., Main Floor; mail to Draw Mother, Eaton's, Lethbridge. Prizes will be awarded at Eaton's Thursday, May 14th at p.m. ATTACH THIS COUPON OR FACSIMILE TO EVERY DRAWING. YOUR NAME AGE SCHOOL PARENTS' NAMES ADDRESS PHONE BUY LINE 328-8811 FOR ADVERTISED GOODS. CALL 327-8551 FOR STORE INFORMATION. SHOP EATON'S TUESDAY FROM 9 a.m. to p.m. ;