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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THi LETHBRIDQC HERALD Monday. October EATON'S LET LEATHER KEEP YOU WARM NATURALLY! There are many reasons why leather is a natural and logical choice for fall and winter. You get good quality for your money... leather may be slightly more expensive but with resilience and durability, it retains its good looks for years. And then there are the important little details that highlight fashions made of leather decorative stitching, interesting seam details and distinctive lines they all combine to give you a super look. Consider all the advantages. Then turn to leather. It's a great choice! Sizes 12 to 18 collectively. Women's Coats, Mean Floor CAREERS Dear Ann Landers You said in your column a while back that cigarette smokers are engaging in oral satisfac- tion that stems from an infan- tile and immature need. Did you know that Dr. Sig- mund Freud was unable to quit smoking although he was well aware that Jus tobacco habit was extremely damaging to his health because of certain physical disabilities which plagued him for years? Freud's efforts to stop smoking lasted for nearly a "half a century. He recounts his persistent craving and the "torture beyond human en- durance" when he did abstain for a period of 14 months. Freud was, after all, a mortal man, but don't you think the father of psychoanalysis would have recognized the ex- istence of a psychological problem, if there had been What is there in tobacco that produces the craving? It is nicotine and nicotine is habit is more physiological than psychological, a problem of the body rather than the mind. View Dear View You cannot separate the mind from the body. They are one. Of course nicotine is addic- tive. So is alcohol. But no one knows why some people can use both in moderation and others cannot. The best authorities, say the problem is both physical and emotional but mostly emotional. Nursing aide association to affiliate with CUPE EDMONTON (CP) The Alberta Certified Nursing Aide Association, with a membership of about has decided to affiliate itself with the Canadian Union of Public Employees and will form a province wide local to be known as local 3000. Delegates to the association's annual conven- tion voted 261 to 59 in favor of the affiliation with CUPE. "We accepted this affilia- tion because it put us into a better bargaining position with the said Edith Kielbaugh, association president. The association is voluntari- ly recognized as bargaining agent in 90 Alberta hospitals and holds certification at six. The membership, however, felt the association lacked ex- pertise in collective bargain- ing and this led to the move to affiliate with CUPE. Application now will be made to the board of in- dustrial relations to permit the merger of the two unions. "We will retain our autonomy and our Mrs. Kielbaugh said, adding that the association will .pay CUPE a monthly fee of per captia. Al Cunningham of Calgary, CUPE national represen- tative, said a full time representative will be ap- pointed to look after the association's needs. Mrs. Kielbaugh said the association now will seek to upgrade the of nurs- ing aides. Wages currently range from to 1560 per month, with top scale reached after five years of employment By contrast, nursing orderlies in Alberta earn between and a month. The nursing aides, most of whom are female, seek wage parity with the orderlies because their work is essentially the same. The association also is concerned about the workload of nursing aides. "Lack of pay and working conditions leave openings in hospitals and something will suffer if a person performing a job is not adequately com- Mrs. KieTteragh said. As for Uncle Sigmund, he had many hangups and suf- fered a great deal. Among other things, he was through with sex at 41. Well balanced, he wasn't. Dear Ann was annoyed with your lack of sup- port for the person who wrote about the miracles of witchcraft. Have you been liv- ing in a cave for the past ten years? Haven't you read about the miraculous things witches have done both in laying on curses and removing them? My, sister -in law, whose hands were covered with warts, went to a woman who practiced witchcraft. Within three weeks every one of those warts disappeared. And all she did was .rub a little castor oil on them at night. Her to the witch the following month and was relieved of a terrible pain in his neck within four days. How do you account for these happenings? A Believer Dear B. Any der- matologist will tell you that warts can be gotten rid of WITHOUT a witch if you put your mind to it and rub a little something on them at night. As for her getting rid of the pain in his neck within four your sister-in- law left town, or his boss took a trip. Many aches and .even self- limiting. They disappear without any treatment. And this is why I tell people to get another opinion before they agree to surgery. There are too many unnecessary operations performed in this country. Dear Ann Landers you have room in your column for one more letter on Kid's Lib? When I read that 13 year old boy's letter I almost threw up. I am 13 and that letter went all over our classroom. Almost all the kids agreed your answer was great. The two who thought you were too strict are in trouble all the time. We are liberated enough in fact, some of us are TOO liberated. We wish our parents would take us off the hook by saying so we wouldn't be called chicken when we don't want to do cer- tain things. Thanks, Ann. You Efear For You're welcome. I'm for you, too. OFFICE MANAGER Required by local wholesale Duties involve supervision of office staff, main- taining records, preparation of monthly financial supervision of credit and reporting directly to the President. x This position is open to male or female and in- cludes normal employee benefits. Pension Plan available if desired. -Apply in writing to: Thome Riddell 8. Co. 207 Canada Trust Bldg. Lethbridge, Alberta SUPERINTENDENT OF PARKS RECREATION PINCHER CREEK REGIONAL PARKS AND RECREATION ROARD The successful applicant will be responsible for administration of the Parks and Recreation Department operating of a swim pool. Hockey arena and other recreation and park facilities and for developing a diverse program of Recreational Services. Qualifications for this position are a degree m Recreation Ad- ministration, Physical Education or Community Development plus previous experience in the field of recreation. Salary range: to per month (1974 Plus usual benefits. Anticipated date of commencement Is in November 4974. Applications should be submitted to the undersigned prior to Oc- tober 30th, 1974. HUGH WADDLE SUPERINTENDENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION BOX 1S9 PINCHER CREEK, ALBERTA RECREATION PLANNER EDMONTON The successful applicant will assist the Director of the Community Recreation Service Branch of the Department of Culture, Youth and Recreation in the formulation of policies for the planning and develop- ment of Municipal Park areas and facilities in Alberta. Promotes an awareness and an appreciation for the values of these facilities. Provides consultative, education and information services to develop improved understanding, methodology and techniques for the develop- ment and operation of Municipal Parks and Recreation Facilities. Re- quires University graduation at the Masters level or equivalent in Recreation and Park Administration or Resource Development, with emphasis in planning and design, landscape architecture, park management or related discipline. Also requires extensive related ex- perience. Salary to This competition will remain open until a suitable candidate is selected. Competition number M341-12. APPLY: Government Of Aioerta Personnel Administration Office I Main Floor. Centennial Building 10015-103 Avenue, T5J OH4 OR: Room 500 Terrace Building Edmonton, Alberta. T5K 2C1 A Career in Real Estate Sales Royal Trust REALTOR We've had a record year in 1974 and 1975 will be better than ever. Want to join us? We're looking for hard working, aggressive, salespeople with or without experience, who desire to make above average earnings. We offer: management referral system throughout 92 coast to coast transferee buyers and sellers mortgage financing reputation of excellent service backed by Canada's trust "company modern office facilities assistance to qualified applicants Left make 1975 trie best year for both of us. Call Bob Butchart 328-7761 or write 914-3rd Avenue South, Lethbridge. All inquiries confidential. Royal Trust Real Estate "Decide what you want we can help you" Shop Eaton's Tuesday to Buy Une 328-8B11. Use your Eaton Account Eaton's guarantee: "Goods Satisfactory or Money Refunded." OAT-MEAL If there's leftover cooked oatmeal in the refrigerator yon can add it to the ground beef as a stretcher when yon are meat balls or meat loaf. COAL GEOLOGISTS AND MINING ENGINEERS Required for our Coal Projects Group which presently is involved in coal exploration and development in Western Canada. This newly formed group will offer rewarding and diverse career opportuni- ties for engineers and geologists experienced in coal exploration, develop- ment and operations. These positions will challenge engineers with 4 to 7 years experience in underground surface mining operations coupled with a strong background in coal exploration techniques. Experience in preparing cost estimates, economic evaluations and supervision of field projects is also required. _ _ Those with 4 to 7 years of coal exploration and development experience will recoqnize the challenge in these positions which will include identifica- tion and evaluation of exploration prospects and the development and execution of exploration projects. Experience in preparing cost estimates, economic evaluations and supervision of field projects is also required. The successful candidates will be based in Calgary, will have a history of stable employment and demonstrated ability in the Western Canadian coa! mining scene. Resumes, in strict confidence, to: K. A. MCNEIL EMPLOYEE RELATIONS HUDSON'S BAY OIL AND GAS CO. LTD. 320 SEVENTH AVENUE S.W. CALGARY, ALBERTA T2POX5 ;