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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 TIIE IETHBRIDGE HfRAlD y, November 30, 1777 Church record on native problems shameful WINNIPEG (CTi ChrisLian churches ignored for so long the injustice imposed on I'anncla's native population that it is a wonder diuretics still have credibility in native commu- nities, Rev. T. E. Floyd Honey, pener.it secretary of the Cana- dian Council of churches, said Wednesday. In his rep'trl to the triennial assembly of the council, Sir. Honey said Ihe churches were content to carry on traditional ministries among Indian ami I liskimo without chal- I longing the injustices which have been imposed on them by while society. the minislries them- selves were often negative in their impact because til their paternalistic style and the dis- ruptive influence of denomina- tional competition.'' Mr. Honey told about 200 delegates attending the assem- up o[ 11 member Protestant, Anglican and Ortho- dox churchcs-that the credi- bility of the churches with the native communities came near "to being The United Church minister said Ihe assembly should take a strong position on such ques- tions as aboriginal and treaty rights anc! the threat to the way of life "posed by what we are pleased to call northern devel- opment." In a wide-ranging speech, Mr. Honey also look exception to the attitude of the Canadian public toward unemployment in- surance and welfare during the last federal election. "It is a sad fact that more concern was registered by aver- age Canadians during the cam- paign about a few tens of thou- sands who may have cheated on unemployment insurance and welfare, than about the millions who live in poverty." Mr. Honey, who said candi- dates had ignored "the deeper issues" during the campaign, said little 'was heard about the more affluent members of society who cheat on their In- come lax or in olher ways, 'II is only Ihe poor who should not cheat." Mr. Honey said "the whole Canadian economy is profiting" from complicity in the Vietnam war, "and Ihe Canadian people are not complaining." As well, the integrity of the churches has Iwcn challenged on this point, he said. "A New York study identified a number of corporations en- gaged in Vietnam war produc- tion in which North American churches were holding Tliis raised the question of whether "Investment policies of the churches were consistent with Iheir social policies." Although some churches in Canada have set up committees to look Into their investment policies, there has been no con- certed inter-church action 'ei- ther in challenging corporalc policies at shareholders' meet- ings or in withdrawing in- vestments from companies with whose policies the church dis- he said. Brain lumor patient on the ineujil following neutron treatment TOKYO (neuter) A Vienna University medical student who was told early this year he had only months to live now is re- covering from n malignant brain tumor after receiving neutron treatment, a neurolog- ist said Wednesday. Prof. Jeiji vSano of Tokyo Uni- versity said Hubert Rozltydal, 25, suffered from glioblastoma, normally lalal within a year. Doctors in Vienna had told him the tumor was incurable after unsuccessfully applying radiation treatment, lie said. When Rozkydal came lo Tok.yo Ihis month, he was unable to walk and was paralysed dolm his left side. Now, Rozkydal will be able lo return lo work and will leavfl the hospital later this week. :ilo can walk, and Ihe paralysis fc as improved remarkably, Ihe pro- fcssor said, although he will not be considered cured for years. WOOLCO... A Brief Word About "TONKA" Quality... It Hasn't Changed" NO. 3906 MIGHTY.TONKA BULLDOZER Designed 01 closely ai possible (o lh-j real ih'lng. Moves on flexible, heavy-duty vinyl treads. Blade operates with the rugged dependability of a full-size 'dozer'. Lever adjusts blada lo ihree positions. Simula led diesel engine. Heavy steel cons Irucl ion. Finish is durable, baked-on, non-loxic enamel. long, 7V high, 7V wide. 8.47 NO, 3910 MIGHTY-TONKA ROLLER Young road-builders will get a big kick out of this aulhenlic- looking new conslruction vehicle. Heavy enough lo really pack down Ihe sand or soil for blazing new Irails. Swivel cob is Deep-tread billboard lifetime lires look real loo. Exhaust stack, dual air cleaners, and steering. Durable sleel construction, plus Iwo coals of baked on enamel- 16" long, wide, 9V high. 12.33 NO. 3900 M1GHTY-TONKA DUMP Tough giant wilh all-si eel body thai moves on large 43.i" billboard lires wilh bearings. Load box raises for dumping. Detailed, realistic cab interior. Heavy-duty bumper. Baked-enamel non-loxic finish. 18Vi" long. high, 8" wide. 9.99 NO. 3940 MIGHTY-TONKA CRANE ll's big. H's lough. 11 works like a real crane. Locking cranks conlrol boom angle and operale clam bucket, which opens and closes automatically. Fold-up boom for easy storage. Full- pivot crane cab. Front cab features autheniic Inside details. Unit rolls smoulhly on specie! -wheel bearings and king-size lifetime billboard lires. Heavy-duly bumper. long, 1 Hi" high, 7W wide. 17.99 NO. 2465 TONKA DUMP An ever-popular favorite wilh up-lo-lhe-minule realism. Typi- cal TonVa quality includes all steel body and real truck paint, Life lime billboard flotation lires throughout, tandem wheels in rear. Lever-operated dump mechanism, snap-open end gale. 131i" long, 7 high, wide. 6.8S NO. 1076 MINI-TONKA GRADER Lever steering is easy even for small children lo operole. Blade adjusts to spread or scrape. Big billboard flotation tires. Made of tough auto-gauge steel. 10V long, 4 high, 4T'a" wide. 3.87 NO. 750 TINY-TONKA HOT TR1KE New three-wheeler wilh high-rise seat and handle bars. Tuned exhaust stacks and wide racing slicks in 'rear. Balloon lira out fronl. Chrome hubs all around. Body cons true I ion of sleel and impact resistant polycarbonate. 5 long, high, 3V wide. 1.96 NO. 1025 MINI-TONKA HONEY BUCKET New, souped-up itreet version of ihe legendary Mini-Tonka Jeep. Billboard rac- ing slicks in the rear. Balloon tires up front. Case-hardened sleel axles for ex- treme durability. Tough sleel body has rakish, simulated fiberglass lop of pro- pi on ale. Looks like Ihe real ihmg. 6'J" long, 4 high, wide. NO. 321 TINY-TONKA LOADER All-sleel body lever-operaled scoop 'raises, lowers, locks in up positron. Realism in- cludes detailed grillwork, exhaust slack, seat ond "motor" insert. Moves in cleated vinyl ireads thai cling tightly la roller wheels. 5 lono, 2" high, 2V wide. 1.28 NO. 1020 MINI-TONKA BONE BRU1IER This new dune duster is a modified ver- sion of Ihe rugged Mini-Tonka Jeep. Fronl and rear lires hove deep, "Super- Digger" billboard sand tires. Dciailed hubs an all four wheels. Steel axles. Steel body wilh simulated headlights, grill and "steering" wheel. Passenger area has seat insert ood polycarbonate roll bar. 6 long, high, W wide. 1.97 NO. 7352 TONKA LOADER Bucket scoops and unloads, raises and lowers. Tread and track wheel design prevents tread slip-off. Action-designed lift mechanism. Lever provides easy oper- Olion. Diesel motor replica. Chip-resistant enamel over all-steel body. 12" long, 4X" high, wide. 4.23 NO. 1245 SUPER THRUST STAKE CRATE Pot "Super Digger" billboard lires wilh mag wheels, designed to stay on for life of loy. Bed raises for easy dumping. Heavy-duty axles. "Super Thrusl" cab with "sleering" wheel, and detailed joo. long, 4Ve" high, wide. NO. 1083 MINI-TONKA ROAD ROLLER This new addition to the Mini-Tonka construction crew Is made from the same heavy duty materials that are used In the Mighty-Tonka Roller. Deep-tread, lifetime billboard tires. Slurdy, sleel construclion. Realistic detail includes swivel cab, "sleering" wheel, exhaust slock and dual air cleaners. 8li" long, high, 3 wide. 4.76 NO. 695 TfNY-TONKA LOWBOY AND DOZER Steel conslruclion. Ten-wheeled lowboy rig with full ''glassed" cab. Trailer pin-couples to traclor, hooks and unhooks wilh ease. Comes wilh Tiny-Tonka Dozer. Recessed hauling orea prevents bulldozer from rolling ahead or back when hauled. 11V long, 254" high, wide. 2.26 NO. 1045 MINI-TONKA RUFF RIDER This Mini-Tonka is rough and tough and built tor travel over rugged IcrrOin JiVc 'Is real-life counterpart. Lifeiime billboard sand tires really dig in. Aulomobile-gaugc slcol body wilh baked enamel finish, apple-gtRcn top. Realistic "headlights" too. 6V long 2V high, 4 wide. J.97 NO. 495 TINY-TONKA DOZER Blade raises and lowers. Simulated diesel power under cowl. Aulo gauge steel body, tigh-clinging vinyl treads. Authentic llirough out. 4V long, 2" high, 2V wide. .96 NO. 2730 TONKA BACKHOE Here's a multi-action construction rig that digs, swivels and rolls lor backyard fun. Rugged sleel construction. Non-toxic enamel finish resists chips, rust and sera Ic lies. Realistic "Caution" decal. 6 billboard lifetime f lota lion lires. Heavy- duly axles. 19 long, high, 7 wide- 9.86 NO. 1081 MINI-TONKA SNOW SEEKERS Detachable Irailer hauls realistic snowmobile. Authentic replica of 'Jeep' Wagoneer wilh a 11-si eel body and dciailed seal insert. Spring-action tailgate opens, lifelimo super- digger billboard sand lires all around. De- tailed snowmobile steers and has rollers on bottom. long, 3 high 4M" wide. 4.59 NO. 1265 SUPER THRUST PONY PULLER This reolislic loy Is [ust the thing for young gentleman farmer. "Super Digger" billboard lires for long life, and "Super Thrusl" cab with a wide-vision windshield. Top Tonka qualily ihroughout. Trailer has see-thru lap and 2 horses. 1W long, high, wide. 5.22 USEYOUR EOT "CHARGE IT" .Because Were Woolco ihoppin College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Woofcv Department Stores ;