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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta i H HELP WANTED me Town of Stavely requires ai. assistant foreman. Replies to P.O. 9ox stating experience ind expected salary C8335-15 rVanted butcher slaughter louse. Experience preferred but not necessary. later Frozen Foods 'hone 223-2633. 624-i F YOU aie Interested in selling come and talk to us at 122 8th St. S. C8303-30My 3ne of Canada's largest and most successful trust companies has mmediate opening lor a teller. Experience preferred but not essential. Competitive salaries plus sn excellent benefits package. Phone for an appointment or submit resume lo Canada Trust Company P.O. Box Lethbridge 327-8581. C8447-9 FULL TIME Choose your own hours in this high arestige business. Complete training or qualified individuals NO INVESTMENT For appointment shone Fashion Two 328- 3636 Tuesday and Wednesday. Between 2 and 3 p.m. C8434-8 AVON says... SOME ZING INTO SPRING Decorate your house or buy new with the money you earn selling Avon Products. Flexible hours n your own neighborhood 328- f424 or write Mrs M. 2514 23rd Avenue South. CB358-9 EXCITEMENT Combined together can give you those extra SSS you would liKe to have for that new spring wardrobe or summer vacation Phone 328-9842 or 327-2523 C8415-8 Canadian Corps of Commissionaire Due to our expansion of Lethbridge we need ten Ex-service or RCMP Must have an honourable discharge Contact W Officer in charge. Lethbridge 612 30th St. S or Cpl. F. Bennett 327-4178 C8439-8 Wanted immediately general fork truck Dackaging machine operators Apply m person to Trans Canada 28th St and 2nd Ave. A North C8324-8 66 OFFICE. CLERICAL pleasant person with general office experience required as receptionist and general office duties Applicant must be able lo work under minimum supervision Good starting salary and company benefits Write Bos 142. Herald C8375-9 STENOGRAPHER A local law firm requires a stenographer proficient m typing and lamihar with dictating equipment Related experience is preferred but not mandatory. Write to Herald Box Lethbndge.C8477-11 LEGAL SECRETARY For local law firm Write P 0 Box Alberta C8382-9 67 RESTAURANT. HOTEL Experienced short order day shift Apply to Mr Hober in person at the El Rancho Motor Hotel C8467-14 Waitresses and waiters required ai Golden Bridge Restaurant Apply in person to Henry Yee Phone 328- 2525 C2712-1I Evening lull time Contact Bill after 5 p m El Rancho Motor Hotel C8327-8 required at Top Pizza Spaghetti House Apply in person or phone 327-1952 C8875-tf Mature ladies or men to wash pots and peel vegetables Day shift and evening shift 25 per hour Apply to Ken Sibbett or Mr Hober in person at El Rancho Motor Hotel C8468-14 68 DOMESTIC Lady to live in. to help with and do light housekeeping Box or phone 223-8211 458-13 Babysitter to come Monday to Friday For one until June 7 Phone 328-7288 after 5pm 1048-tf Babysitter required while mother works afternoon shifi. Phone 329- 3586. before 3pm 848-1C 69 FARM Couple for year round farm-work Responsible for 150 acres beets New three bedroom mobile home Write Box 137. Herald 9364-11 Two persons for corral constructioi and two persons for painting corral Hourly wages Six miles frorr Lelhbndge Phone 328-6245. 662-t1 Wanted Immediately Experienced tractor two to three weeks per room and board Phone 327- 5837 evenings 1021-11 Individual for dairy and general farm work. Phone 328-5497 R H Boulton. five miles north Canadian Dressed Meats 8726-tf Couple for year round worK on mixed farm. 29 miles southeast of Lethbridge 733-2129. New Dayton 1049-10 Individual for steady employment in custom feedlot Must have knowledge of cattle and feeding equipment Phone Diamond City Feeders. 327-9731 or 327-4766 1050-14 Required immediately for year round employment Exotic cattle breeder near Medicine Hat requires individual lor general farm work Duties to include feeding fencing and with sprinkler irrigation svsiem General farm experience and mechanical ability are required and some experience wilh irrigation would be an asset Single person oreferred Room and board orovided Phone Farm Ranch Management Consultants. Calgary. 103-243-4345 C8448-11h Canada Farm Labour Pool Alberta jrgently requires agricultural help or Mixed Farm Livestock Dryland Irrigation Row Crops Truck Drivers Tractor Operators Equipment Operators Minimum wage per and oom and board. Higher wages for ixpenenced workers Casual Seasonal and permanent Phone 1-403-362-5577 1096-22 72 LICENSED KINKMARTENS NIHBEJIEI___________________ Kradle Koop Day Care Centre six weeks to six years Phone 328-2835. Baby Centre 328-2509. C4658-1I 73 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES PARKLAND DRIVING SCHOOL Phone 328-0961. Ten hours in car 10 hours classroom instruction. S89 Income tax deductible C8044-1I 76 SEW1M SERVICES Custom drapes made. Yardage available Phone nights 8114-tl 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT______________ EMERY'S SERVICE DANCE GROUPS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS. ETC. PHONE 328- 2867 4951-tf 78 LOST AND FOUND Lost Tiger striped female vie. Haig Clinic Reward. Phone 328-5240 or 328-9549. 778-9 Lost May 5th between High River and Nanton mattress 327- 1273. 1097-14 Lost White male cat with gray ears and markings. Phone 327- 6193 1051-10 Sekme ten speed from in front of Super Sam store last Friday morning. Reward 329-0554 1052-11 79 PERSONAL Deeper-life meetings with Col ano Mrs William Ross of White B C At the Salvation Army May 9-12 C8096-12 Couple would like to meet other couples tor a weekend get together No singles please. Write Box Herald 915-11 Do not be Personalized selection Irom the Coast to Alberta lor the marriage-minded MAIL MATCH P.O. Box B C 785-7J FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX ALBERTA. JEAN 327-8340. 1686-tfh Hollywood Shoeshmes. from Calgary. Experienced For appointments phone or res 327-6140 C Nelson 1022-8 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking phone 327-8049 or 328-3246. alter 7 30 p m BO SERVICES AND REPAIRS Southern Stamp and Stencil RubDer stamps corporate etc Same-day service 1233 2nd Ave S PHONE 328-5114 C6924-1I DRYWALLING TAPING SPRAYING CEILINGS REPAIR WORK PHONE 328-7362 2943-tl Kirby Vacuum Sales and Service 1283 3rd Ave S Free home phone 328- 8962 C7944-tf Maylag Sales and Service Services on all makes of washers and automatic or conventional LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES. 905 3RD AVE. S Phone 327- 4456 C7760-tf 84 GARDENING Rolotilhng. lawns power raked Phone 327-8433 2039-tl Fifty pound bags of sheep manure Excellent for gardens Only S2 25 per bag Will be delivered on Saturday Proceeds go to LCI Key Club Phone 328-7206 1099-10 General spring cleanup and also landscaping and rock gardens Reasonable rates Phone 327-3606 712-lf McLean's Tree Surgery Free es- timates. trimming and felling Call 328-2094. 327- 1323 7030-tf 84 BAMEMIM Heavy duty rototllllng Reasonable rates. Phone 327-3432. 506-30My SALES ANO MOVING OF MATURE TREES. SPRUCE TREE FARMS LTD. PHONE 328-5806. C7914-H Will haul garbage with half ton. Rototllllng and landscaping. Phone 328-9350. C8687.ll Custom rolotilling with power tractor No garden too large or too small Phone 345-4100 or 345-3782.533-14 New lawns put in and odd jobs. Phone 327-6143. 843-10 Pete's Rototilhng. Will do rototllllng after 4pm. and weekends. Phone 328-8764. 9727-17 Well rotted manure and good top soil 328-3289. 1971-tf John's Rototllllng for garden tractor service Will do yards and gardens Phone 328-6403 9965-tf Big yellow and gardens. Phone week after 5 p.m all day Saturday and 328-7028 411-tl Bedding out a Masterpiece rose Hybrid-T rose 4th downtown. C8462-22 Will cut lawns throughout summer and take care of lawns while on holidays. Phone 328-4108. 213-9 Gardens rototilled Phone 327-4033 after 3.30 p.m. and weekends. 9728-18My TANAKA GREENHOUSES Wide selection of bedding Plants and nursery stock Also asparagus and rhubarb plants. mile east of drive-in on Coutts Hwy. Phone 327-4378. New lawns or odd jobs Phone 328- 8583 1100-10 Cotoneaster shrubs Dig your own. each Magrath. Green Thumb Rototilhng eager to do your garden rototillmg. Phone 328- 6739 840-17 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES Heavy roasting hens. 5 to 6 Ibs. dressed. 48e per Ib Roosters 8 Ibs. dressed 42c per Fryers 60e per Ib. Free delivery. Also custom work H. Dyck 345-3224 C8258-tf 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES___________ Purebred Samoyed pups for sale six weeks old No papers. Phone 758- Magrath 904-11 Boarding Southalta Kennels offers individual care in modern facilities. Bamwell 223-4130 C8045-H One year old registered female spayed Excellent children's pet and guard dog. Phone after 4pm. 535-tf Young English breeding Needs a home with a hunter Phone 328-4161 963-9 Kittens to give away Baby rabbits to sell Phone 327-9017 995-8 Dachshund miniature smooth Champion sire House raised Phone 653-3416. Cardston 507-11h While they last registered black Great Danes Two kennels. Phone 345-4539 or write Gloria Box 128. Coaldale 712-9 Two A K C Reg German Shepherd bitches black and silver. each. Two male Pomeranian S5C each. 328-7231 or 328-7031 743-9 Purebred two year old Golden Cocker Spaniel for sale Good farm home not registered Terrier Chihuahua to g've house loves children 752-3774. Raymond 1055-9 Five purebred Siamese kittens Phone 328-0346 1101-9 Blue Point Siamese kittens for eight weeks old Phone after 5pm 1023-10 For Sale Registered Irish Setter phone 326-8267 1024-10 G K N CHOREMASTERS Lawns mowed and raked We supply all equipment Free estimates Phone 327-5867. Lethbridge 158-8 Registered Doberman Pinscher puppies for sale Vaccinations I complele Championship background Contact P.O Box Medicine Hat Phone 527-1189 1025-14 Five Colorado Blue five Mountain Ash. five flowering Cherry 2516 5th Aye A N No Sunday calls 1053-tf Mountain to seven ft Warreanne Spruce Colorado blue Sebma Tarns Blue Danube Coalhurst Greenhouse Phone 327- 9530 1054-tf AFRICAN VIOLETS. VARIOUS COLORS AND SIZES 1903 6TH AVENUE SOUTH AFTER 3PM ONLY 900-11 LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION SERVICES UNDERGROUND SPRINKLING SYSTEMS Residential Industrial Parks and Golf Couises Anywhere in Southern Alberta P.O. Box 105 Lethbridge Phone 328-0924 946l-17My FAIRVIEW GREENHOUSE AND NURSERY 401 43rd St S Lethbridge. Alberta Phone 328-2193 For all your landscape requi'ements. shade bedding plants strawberry peat moss etc Open daily 8 a m -8 p m 2248-14M COME AND SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION OF NURSERY STOCK. Shade trees Ornamentals Fruit trees Perennials LACOMBE NURSERIES 5 Ml EAST OF LETHBRIDGE ON HIGHWAY NO 3 345-4633 C8137-1I DID YOU KNOW YOU CAN RENT- Rototillers Power Rakes Lawn Aerators Lawn Sweepers Post Hole Auger Hedge Trimmers Cham Saws Lawn Edgers Wheelbarrows Paint Sprayers Camper Jacks Cement Mixers Cement Trowels Ladders Etc Etc Etc WARD SERVICES LTD. 1712 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-9966 Open 7 a m -7 p.m. Except Sundays and Holidays German Shorthair pups for sale Both parents exceptional hunters and pels Champion blood lines both sides Very affectionate and good with children. 329-4371 355-tf 67 FUR BEARING ANIMALS Quality graded Chinchillas Equipment included each Phone 654-2058. Vauxhali 905-11 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Kampgrounds of America Franchise available for Southwestern also suitable property For more information phone 627-3571 or write Box 817. Pmcher Alberta. 852-11h PARTNER WANTED Should be handy with able to devote 16 hours per week No selling Earnings in excess of per year. Cash investment of This is not vending. Write Box Herald. C8447-11 operated truck wash located in Lethbridge. For information phone 328-7851 1056-18 Thriving second hand store Good stock turnover. This was a recycling business before it had a name. Inquire at Bridge Trading Centre. 106 5th St S or phone 327-7111 or 327- 2897 C8449-15 Part time business Excellent return Phone 328-0218 or 328-4557. after 6 1072-14 profitable retail outlet lor sale Going concern High profit available to person who is capable of hiring and managing sales persons Does not require a substantial investment. Write Box Herald C8469-22 LARGE THRIVING DAIRY BAR AND TRAILER COURT Located on mam with good tourist traffic Showing excellent returns S30.000 down with balance over 15 with low interest rate Immediate possession Now is the lime to buy. Age and poor health reasons for Exclusive LARGE WELDING AND MANUFACTURING SHOP In thriving farming and industrial southern Alberta town. Working area of 60 mile radius. Good line of equipment. M.L.S Contact Oliver Handley Real Estate Box Coaldale Phone 345-3534 L. S. Handley...........345-4587 Roger Handley .......345-3039 Fred Burton 328-8618 64 unit apartment house fully occupied with flrct rate tenants. This Is a good clean operation. Owner's available to a genuine purchaser at Canada Trust. Do not pass this one up. Priced to sell. Exclusive. CANADA TRUST REALTOR 327-8581 C8424-10 ASTRO REALTY LTD. AND INSURANCE Westminster Shopping Mall 328-7748 Going concern trucking axcellent trucks and can only be viewed on weekends as trucks going all week. Books open to serious buyers only. Exclusive. CALL AN ASTRO REALTOR CB425-H 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing in small towns acreages new and old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE C.TD 1117 3rd Ave. South 328-3251. C7769-tf MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St S CS216-K SCHWARTZ Agencies Limited College Mall Phone 328-3331 The widest facility available. We consider all types of mortgage loans C8436-11 90 CONTRACTS economy painting and decorating. Very very reasonable. Phone noon or evenings 328-4570. 5542-tf BOBCAT WORK We will dig out sidewalks. Back filling Leveling rioanun hnlpq Corral cleanina. Phone 327-3432 505-31 My G K.N CHOREMASTERS Lawns mowed and raked We supply all equipment Free estimates. Phone 327-5867. Lelhbndge 160-8 Fred Steiner cement old basements dug. water proofing. In- sured. Phone 327-8286. 462-tt Custom Cribbing and framing. Chinook Construction 328- 4707. C8743-tf J L ROOFING Built up cedar shakes re- roofing asphalt shingles root maintenance Phone 328-0831 9884-22 Garage cement work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorerjson Construction. 1020 7th Ave S Phone 327-6682 C7377-tf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHONE JONES ROOFING. 328-5745 C1936-tf Complele basement and framing estimates Harold 996-13 Fences built Miscellaneous building. Concrete all repairs Jim 328- 3983 7799-tf house painting and all repairs Phone Ben 327-3606 17-tf All types cement work and weeping tile Phone J J Custom Works 345- 328-3870. 910-tl Qualified Custom Painters concrete houses etc Phone 752-3796. Raymond. 9507-tf Contractor all lay stone cement m house small jobs accepted. 329- 4678. 1057-rf BOX NUMBER REPLIES 129. 132. 141. 146 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE Take notice that my wife Georgena having left my bed and board. I will no longer be responsible for any debts incurred by her. Signed Don Ruttan C40 MEDICINE HAT R.C.S.S.D. NO 21 Sealed tenders for School Bus Transportation Services. Tender No 703 lor services to be provided effective September will be accepted at the office of the Secretary Treasurer up to and including p.m. May 30. 1974 Tendering forms and information may be obtained from the office of the Assistant Secretary Treasurer R. A. E. BOLDUC Secretary-Treasurer Catholic Education Centre 73 7th Street S.E Medicine Hat. Alberta Phone 527-2292 C1C High profits claimed TORONTO The Globe and Mail says that researchers for the federal food prices review board blame higher profits by Canadian chicken producers and retailers for a 25-cents-a- pound retail price difference between this country and the United States for chickens and turkeys. The newspaper says a board report to be released next month says that Canadian pro- vincial marketing boards are finding the higher prices have resulted in a drop in Canadian consumption of broiler chickens and turkeys. Because of large quan- tities of Canadian products are being stored and lower- priced U.S.-produced broilers now are entering the Canadian In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks DEATHS GARRET beloved husband of the late Zilpha passed away in Raymond on May 1974. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed by CHRISTENSEN-SALMON FUNERAL HOME. C8490 BENNETT Eva beloved wife of the late Vernon Bennett of passed away in Calgary on May 1974. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed by CHRISTENSEN-SALMON FUNERAL HOME. C8491 WALTON Charles Herbert passed away at Utah. Graveside Services will be held at Temple Hill Alberta on Thursday May 1974 at p.m. CHRISTENSEN- SALMON FUNERAL Directors of Services. C8489 THIESSEN Passed away in Coaldale on May 1974 Mrs. Justin'a Thiessen at the age of 81 years of beloved wife of the late Mr. Nick Thiessen. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. C8494 HARRISON Passed away in the city on May Mrs. C. Dorothy beloved wife of Mr. Donald Harrison of 329 24th Street South. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. C8495 COVERDALE Passed away suddenly in the city on May Mrs. Clara Coverdale at the age of 68 beloved wife of Mr. Charles Coverdale of Foremost. Born in the late Mrs Coverdale came to Canada with her parents in 1912 to Spring Coulee. In 1914 they homesteaded south of Foremost and in 1930 she moved into the town of where she has resided until her passing. She is survived by one Mr. Richard Coverdale of three Mrs. R. Karl of Foremost and Mrs. A. Ervin and Mrs. B. both of one Mr Edgar Evans of B.C. and 14 grandchildren. She was predeceased by one sister and one brother. The funeral service will be held at p.m. May 9 at Martin Bros. Memorial 703 13th Street with Rev. James Ford officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD Directors of Funeral Service. C8492 TIMMS May Charles aged 69 beloved husband of Mrs. Delia Timms of 139 27th Avenue Calgary. Born on May 1904 at he came to Southern Alberta in 1928 and lived at Picture Butte and Lethbridge before coming to Calgary in 1941. He served in the Canadian Army as a Recruiting Officer during the Second World War. Mr. Timms was a High Priest in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Besides his he is survived by a four Mrs. Kenneth Anderson. Alberta. Mrs. Kenneth Mrs. Bryan Alberta and Mrs. Daniel B.C 17 two a sister. Mrs. Samuel Street. Calgary and three stepsisters in England. He was predeceased by his first Minnie Tanner in 1936. Services at The Church of Je- sus Christ of Latter-day 202 Crescent Calgary on Thursday at 10 a.m. Bishop Brian H. Nelson of the Calgary Second Ward officiating. Graveside service at the cemetery at Alberta at p.m. THE GARDEN CHAPEL Funeral 540 16th Directors. DEATH KIMNELL Passed away in the city on May Mr. Alexander Bissett Kinnell at the age of 57 beloved husband of Mrs. Margaret Kinnell of 1400 13th Street North. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. C8493 IN MEMORIAMS LECK Sarah passed away on May 1972. remembered by her husband Lindsay. 1028 HOLLIHAN In loving memory of a dear mother and who passed away May and a dear brother and who passed away May 1970. remembered and sadly missed by Maxine. Roddy and Darran. 1026 BURT In loving memory of our beloved mother and grandmother. Rosena W. who passed away May 1973. Like the roses that you loved so much. Like their beauty that lingers So lingers on our Of Mom now you're gone very sadly missed by her daughter Kerry and grandchildren Russell Laurie and Kara Lee 1059 HOLLIHAN In loving memory of our dear and great Inez Jeanette. who passed away May 1970 and a dear and who passed away May 1970 Memory lane is a lonely Where thoughts are tender and true. Again and again we'll travel that lane Because it leads to To us you both were Someone set apart Your memory is our keepsake From which we'll never part. As time goes memories stay. As near and dear as yesterday. you're always near So so missed and very dear. But God will mend that broken chain And ease our saddened hearts one by one we'll meet you both again. remembered and sadly all the family. 1027-lOh CARDS OF THANKS WOLFE I would like to thank my the nurses and staff of the Municipal Hospital for the care given me during my recent hospitalization. Thanks to my family and friends for all the nice and get well and to all those who visited my sincere appreciation. -Mildred Wolfe 1058 McLEAN I wish to thank all my family and friends for the gifts and cards I received while I was a patient in the 2nd East Wing of SI. Michael's. A special thanks to my doctors and the staff and nurses for their kindness and also to Rev. and Mrs. Hankinson for their many visits McLean 1102 Confidence motion proposed VICTORIA Opposition leader Bill Bennett moved a motion of non- confidence Tuesday in Resources Minister Bob Williams for his handling of certain business deals entered into by the provincial Confessed spy 'may tell all9 BONN The two par- ties in West Germany's coali- tion government are meeting today to discuss a new cabinet amid speculation about untold reasons for Willy Brandt's resignation as chancellor. Finance Minister Helmut the coalition's choice to succeed scheduled a meeting with the former chancellor and other leaders of their Social Democratic party. Foreign Minister Walter heading the caretaker government left by Brandt's resignation called his Free Democratic the junior member of the into a separate caucus. The two parties are agreed on Schmidt's and his election May 16 by the the lower house of is considered a certainty. The two parties hold 271 of the 496 Bundestag a majority of 46. In a televised Schmidt termed the demand of the conservative Christian Democratic party for new elections He said that the coalition remains fully able to govern. Schmidt also said he sees no need to renegotiate the coali- tion's domestic political pro- gram decided upon after Brandt was re-elected chancellor in 1972. But he is expected to take aharder line over West Germany's treaty commitments with Soviet- bloc countries. winner of the 1971 Nobel Peace Prize for his Ostpolitik policies of seeking detente with Eastern resigned Monday night in the midst of a scandal unleashed by the discovery that one of his close Guenter was a spy for East Germany. Rumors were rampant in Bonn that the entire story has yet to be told about Brandt's reasons for resigning. The opposition newspaper Hamburger Abendblatt said that Guillaume has threatened to reveal embarrassing details about Brandt's personal life unless he is returned to East Germany. The government said the report was unfounded and challenged the newspaper to prove the allegation. CLAIM DISPUTED Franz-Josef the leader of the Bavarian wing of the Christian cast doubt on Brandt's claim that Guillaume had been under suspicion since early 1973 and had been kept in his post so the government's counter- espionage agents could get more information about East German espionage. Strauss noted that Guillaume vacationed with Brandt last summer in and said reliable told him the spy passed on to East Berlin all cables sent to Brandt in this time. Married and the father of a 16-year-old Guillaume was revealed after his arrest to have had an affair with the secretary of Egon the special envoy who negotiated Brandt's Ostpolitik treaties with East Germany and other Sovietbloc nations. Authorities are investigating whether she passed confidential information to her lover. Airline eliminates job discrimination By BRUCE EASSON TORONTO Air Canada has eliminated job discrimination among its male and female flight attendants and some of the outnumbered men are unhappy The airline integrated the seniority lists of its women and 400 men flight effective under a two-year contract signed earlier with The Canadian Air Line Flight Attendants Association Previously two separate seniority lists were maintained and the top jobs of flight director and purser were exclusively said Frank general chairman of the Air Canada section of CALFAA. Acting purser was the highest post to which women could aspire. It paid the same salary as purser but an acting purser was relegated to short- haul flights on aircraft. The male pursers got the prized international flights aboard and stretch- body jets which a premium above the regular salary. SOUGHT INJUNCTION A group of the male attendants went to the Supreme Court of Ontario last seeking an injunction to prevent amalgamation of the seniority lists. But the application was rejected by Mr. Justice Mayer Lerner The men argued in their application that they would lose seniority rights to the women and the opportunity for the premium pay overseas flights. of the younger especially those from don't like the idea of taking orders from a said Mr. Fabian in an interview Thursday. But he said no one drop to a lower salary scale under the integrated system. The contract provides for pay protection for the 800 male and female attendants who had held positions of flight purser and acting purser under the separate seniority lists. Brock an Air Canada said the new contract provides for pay increases for the various levels of flight effective July 1. Maximum salary of the top- rated flight director will increase to from that of purser and acting purser to from and that of flight attendant formerly exclusively women to from To ease the anguish of the Mr. Fabian said men who held posts under the separate seniority lists will get first call for such posts as they become vacant. Once these men are openings for flight pursers and acting pursers will be filled from those without experience on the basis of either male or female. Nobel winner attacks report By JEFF CARRUTHERS Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Gerhard Her- Canada's Nobel Prize Winner in warned Thursday that the federal Treasury Board and a recent Senate science policy com- mittee report are really aimed at introducing Russian system of science and control into to the detriment of basic science in this country. Senator Mauriece Lamon- chairman of the Senate science policy committee re- ferred warned that the gov- ernment had already taken steps in re-organizing the Na- tional Research where Herzberg did his Nobel Prize-winning research' that will mean the of basic in the government's in-house re- search and development The two probably the two most publicly visible opponents during the science policy debate on how science should be organized that has raged quietly during the last six years in Thursday finally seemed to sort out their differences of opinions during the meeting of the national science SCITEC. at which they issued their respective warnings. The Lamontagne Committee had recommended a restructuring of the NRC that would have split-off both funding and applied research into separate agencies- something Herzberg has staunchly opposed adamantly and until Thursday. FAVORITE SPORT Coaches and players are convinced that basketball is the most popular sport in the ;