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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, September FRAMERS For Housing Project INELKFORDB.C. For further information phone WILF KALINA 865-2360 Area Code 604 The Royal AGRICULTURIST figure in Applications are invited for a position as a member of the professional staff of our Agricultural Department. The successful candidate will participate in furthering the development and operation of the bank's services to the agricultural industry in Alberta. QUALIFICATIONS A degree in Agricultural Economics or related educa- tional background. The postion requires an individual having a strong academic record who enjoys meeting the public. Several years related or financial experience would be a definite asset. SALARY Fully commensurate with qualifications and experience. Those interested please submit complete resume in confidence to: K. Plug District Employment Officer The Royal Bank of Canada P.O. Bag Service 2534 335 8th Avenue S.W. Calgary, Alberta T2P 2N5 c YOUR FUTURE IS HERE Xllberta GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT INSTRUCTOR The Northern Alberta Institute of Technology. Edmonton, has an immediate ooenmg for an instructor in the areas od Manage Systems Management Theory and quantitative analysis. Uni- versity graduation in Business Administration or Commerce with a streng qualitative, management systems and computing sciences background Several years of applied business experience de- sirable Starting salary commensurate with education and ex- perience This competition will remain open until a suitable candidate has been selected Competition Number 5507-73.3 APPLY: Or: Personnel Administration Office, Main Floor, Centennial Building, 10015 103 Avenue, T5J OH4; Room 500, Terrace Building, Edmonton, Alberta T5K 2C1. ATTORNEY GENERAL Join the Modern Corrections Service Vacancies in NORDEGG, BOWDEN, CALGARY, LETHBRIDGE FORT SASKATCHEWAN, PEACE RIVER This Is What You Will Receive Training Challenging, rewarding work Good promotion prospects Job security Good renum- eration Holidays with pay A beneficial pension plan All civil service employee benefits The basic pay for a Correction Officer I (Guard) is S547 per month rising to S659. You must be in good health, 19 years of age or over and 5'8" or over and have a minimum of Grade 10 education. To THE PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE Room 500 Terrace Building. Edmonton Name (Block Letters Please) Address PLEASE SEND ME AN APPLICATION FORM PREVENTIVE SOCIAL SERVICE DIRECTOR TOWN OF VEGREVILLE A Director is required to carry out Preventive Social Service Programs in this region. Duties will include community organization service co-ordination, public relations, interpretation of philosophy and administra tion of the overall program. Applicants should have experience and skill in com- munity work and a dedicated interest in people. The successful candidate may have a professional degree in any variety of disciplines (i.e. social work, psychol- ogy, education, theology, physical education, econo- mics etc.) or an equivalent combination of education end experience, the person must have demonstrated a good level of maturity and history of involvement ot achievement m community affairs. This is a challenging opportunity for an imaginative approach to create and develop: community resources, community services. and the use of volunteers in the area of family and in- dividual service. Training and consultation will be avail- able to the appointee from the Provincial Department and the salary will be commensurate with qualifications. State salary expected. Applications will be received up to P.M. Friday, September 21st, 1973 at the office of the Municipal Ad- ministrator. Garnet J. Burnstad Municipal Administrator Town of Vegreville P.O. Box 640 Vegreville, Alberta Precipitationr Mixed bag Temperatures are expected to be below or near- normal for most of the country for the remainder of September, with Alberta and British Columbia ex- pected to receive above-normal readings according to the 30-day weather outlook of the United States Weather Bureau. Precipitation is expected to be moderate for most of Canada, with Quebec and por- tions of Ontario receiving heavy rain. This is not a specific forecast and changes may occur. Watergate mail heavy WASHINGTON (AP) They're keeping those cards and letters coming in. And they're filled with personal advice, impassioned pleas, namecalling. suggested witnesses, poetry, an oc- casional obscenity and new- spaper clippings. The seven senators on the select committee on presiden- tial campaign Watergate being swamped with mail. a woman in Rock- lord. 111., to Senator Daniel In- ouyc (Dem. really don't think the tapes will prove anything. He's certainly clever enough to say. 'Dean, let's talk in the men's room.'" From Vail, Col., to Senator Herman Talmadge, iDem. "'Play It Again Sam" is a worn out, poorly acted television spectacular. Retire the cast and discon- tinue the show immediately." To Senator Lowell Weicker. (Rep. Conn I from Berkeley. Calif.: "Impossible, inadequate, in- ept, incompetent, insidious, inconvincible. insane, in- admissible, insensitive, in- iquitous, inhuman, incredible, indecent, inasmuch, im- peach." a California man: "I'm amazed you haven't looked into the possibility that he (President Nixon) doesn't have a marriage licence." COUNT BAGS According to estimates, well over letters have been received on Watergate. The select committee, which opens only mail addressed to it or to chairman Sam Ervin, (Dem. quit counting July 30 when the count stood at 87.137 letters. "Now we count mail said Carolyn Andrade, ad- ministrative assistant to the committee. The mail to the individual senators is also staggering. Senator Howard Baker, (Rep. Tenn..) and the vice- chairman, has received more than 40.000 letters at his of- fice. The committee says the mail is favorable by a 9-1 margin. It comes in all a block-printed letter from a little girl in Skokie. 111.. "Keep Watergate to organiz- ed position papers, complete with title. Some are mimeographed and mailed to all senators, some, as long as eight and nine pages, are pain- stakingly handwritten. A postscript by one writer said she had missed only three hours ot testimony since the hearings began. A woman from Chevy Chase, Md., whose television set is in the kitchen, has polished all the silver, organized a 30-year collection of recipes and rearranged all of her kitchen cabinets since the hearings began. She wrote to thank the committee. PUBLIC INFORMED The staffs of the senators say they have never seen mail on any issue where the public was so fully informed. The writers point out discrepan- cies in testimony, suggest questions which should have been asked and point out what questions they didn't like. Poetry arrives regularly. Talmadge's staff personally responded to one poet, prais- ing his style. The poet responded by sending in his entire collection. Un- published, of course. MORE from the COLLEGE BASIC INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS FOR THE ELECTRICIAN -Introduction to transistors, integrated circuits, methods of triggering, functions of solid state devices, electronic switching, circuit types and considerations. -Test equipment and its uses in fault finding, and preventative main- tenance techniques. -October 1 December 12 Monday evenings 9.00 p m fee S40.00. for information contact SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION "Opening New Horizons" LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Phone 327-2141 extension 228 Watch for the announcement of a special course m SCULPTURING! with well-known sculptor CORNEY MARTENS Of Coaldale Registration In all Contin- uing Eduatlon for Fall 73 Hill being accept- id. Dief ready for 78th birthday By STEWART MacLEOD OTTAWA (CP) John Die- fenbaker is getting ready to celebrate his 78th birthday, still a towering figure in Parliament, where he plans to stay for a while yet. The crinkly hair is whiter, a few wrinkles have been added and the hearing aid may be turned up another notch, but those blue eyes still blaze, that jabbing forefinger still threatens political op- perhaps he can still teach virtually every other MP the art of slicing the political jugular. He'll sit through the daily question period with furrow- ed brow, scarcely hiding his disdain when fellow opposition MPs don't load their oral guns properly. When he gets to his feet the respectful silence on the government benches clearly indicates that heavy artillery is coming. "The minister must not be allowed to beat around the bush. With, that, he in- variably goes to the heart of the matter. "I don't believe in using a sponge as a he says with masterful under- statement. As for mellowing in his advancing years, he greets the suggestion with an incredulous. FIRES AT NDP That brings him to the New Democratic Party, which has been voting with the minority Liberals on key issues in this session. "The NDP is standing on a 'yes, but' platform ex- pounding a 'me too" policy." "You can't have a real Par- liament when you have a third party with a leader who belch- ed fire and brimstone before this sitting, then having met with his pride of lions in caucus, he becomes a cooing dove." "Did you ever see the he chortles. Mr. Diefenbaker will mark his birthday Tuesday by at- tending a boy's parliament in Winnipeg. As he nears 78 he still main- tains the hectic pace that has burned up more than a few fol- lowers since he first entered the House in 1940. Dropsy kills cow, calf WEYBURN, Sask. (CP) A holstein cow attempted to give birth yesterday to a 234- pound calf, about 150 pounds heavier than normal, on a farm in southeast Saskatchewan. Both died and veterinarian Dr. L. A. Hethworth said the calf's unusual size was dif- ficult to explain but probably resulted from a freak pathological condition com- monly called dropsy. In addition to the calf, the cow carried about 650 pounds of excess fetal fluid. Waking at a.m. for a stiff walk of more than a mile, he's in his parliamentary of- fice by a.m., rifling through his mail and the average of three speaking in- vitations that arrive daily. "No, I can't do that he'll say, as he checks his list of commitments. He sees that in the next few weeks, he alrady is scheduled to speak to the Canadian Club in Hamilton, the Upper Canada Railway Society in Toronto, the Gyro Club in Ottawa, the Ukrainian National Federa- tion in Saskatoon, vthe Royal Canadian Legion in Winnipeg and at Acadia University in Woltville. N.S. MANY DEMANDS There are also three open- line radio shows to deal with plus a few other assorted engagements. "There is still an avalanche of invitations." says his ex- ecutive assistant. Lee Richardson. "I never did have a speech Mr. Diefenbaker says. "If it's a matter of some importance I'll have some notes, but often my comments are changed depending on the audience." It's generally assumed that Mr. Diefenbaker gives party leader Robert Stanfield some uncomfortable moments as he sits a few seats away, glow- ering like a prairie Churchill and frequently upstaging all party leaders. But neither man has ever commented publicly on the other in critical terms. It's doubtful whether Mr. Stanheld enjoys all those Lib- eral cracks about his party having two leaders, or listen- ing to the government House leader. Allan MacEachen, asking: "What has happened to this great party of Mac- donald. Borden and Diefen- But Mr. Diefenbaker never seems to squirm with dis- comfort. "I never have a reaction to that kind of he says." There seems to be a twinkle in his eye. AN EXPO FAN He seldom stays around the Hill for a night session. Instead he will read an entire book at home, usually a biography or a history, and then if his beloved Montreal Expos are on television, his eyes will be glued to the set. He also watches every foot- ball game he can, "and while I haven't played a game of golf in 30 years, those television matches are hard to beat." He watches TV in his com- fortably cluttered den, sur- rounded by hundreds of pic- tures, plaques and other me- mentos from his 33 years in Parliament, five of them in the prime minister's office. He'll rock forward with ex- citement at some crucial play, ignoring everything else around him. There was a time, after the 19fi7 leadership convention DOES YOUR FURNACE LOOK LIKE THIS? REPLACE IT WITH A NEW FURNACE From ALCON REFRIGERATION LTD. Carrier At the same time why not install an Air Conditioning System complete with Power Humidifier and Elec- tronic Air Cleaner Electric Climate Makers. For further information and a free aatimate call ALCON REFRIGERATION LTD. Furnaces, Sheet Metal and Heating, Air Conditioning 2214 43rd St. S. Phone 327-5816 ousted him. that he talked of in his Prince Albert retiring and not speaking in am nominated." Parliament again, but that "But I don't really cam- paign. I just talk to the didn't last long. He's already looking forward to the next campaign people." A COURT OF CANADIAN CITIZENSHIP willbeheidatthe LETHBRIDGE COURT HOUSE Tues., Sept. 18th at a.m The court will be on Circuit to deal with inquiries. Those wishing to apply for Canadian Citizenship may do so on MONDAY, SEPT. 17th from to p.m. at the LETHBRIDGE COURT HOUSE. CITIZENSHIP COURT 335 8th Avenue S. W. Calgary Department of The Secretary of State ALEX STANKO FARM AUCTION SALE Miles South of Chin Store CHIN, ALBERTA Thursday, Sept. 201 P.M. LUNCH SERVED Having been favored with instructions from Mr. Alex Slanko who has sold his tarm, we willl offer for sale the following line of farm machinery as listed below, which is merely a guide and in no way a warranty or guarantee as to condition or age and is subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of the sale. TERMS: Cash the day of the sale, with settlement in full before removal from the premises TRACTORS 1_1966 Case Model 730 Case-O-Matic Diesel Tractor and live P.T.O. New Rubber. Good Condition; Massey Harris Model 30 Gas Tractor Lead Ballasts in the Wheels. COMBINE SWATHERS Harris No. 90 Combine ft. Melroe Pick-Up- 1 1962 Versatile 14 ft. Self Propelled Swather; Harris 12 ft. Pull Type Swathers. TRUCKS 1 1951 Mercury 3 Ton Truck Box floor and hoist; Fargo 1 Ton Truck wheels; 1 1959 Chevrolet Vz Ton motor. Partly Customized. IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT "2 Mile Oliver Irrigation system consisting of: 13 6" x 30 ft. Main Line; x 40 ft. Lateral Risers- 6-5 Model B4J Pump; Gun V' Sprinkler; x 20 ft. Garden Sprinkler Pice Berkley Pump; 13 Lengths pipe Sprmklers; 10 pipe; 2" pump; 7 lengths ft. galvanized pipe. FUEL TANKS Gal. Double Compartment Fuel Tank; 1 300 Gal. Single Compartment Fuel Tank and Steel Stand; Gal. Fuel Tank. MACHINERY Deere 16 ft. Heavy Duty Wing Style 1200 Series Surflex; 12 ft. Model 246 Cultivator; Deere 12 ft. Rod Weeder; 12 ft. Rod Weeder; 12 ft. Press Drill Deere 4 Bottom 14" Plow; Ditcher; Ferguson No. 10 Baler; ft. Noble V Blade ft. Straight Blade; ft, Noble Blade; of Diamond Harrows; Mower; Mower; Float; 12 ft. Disc; Robins 7" x 36 ft. Grain Auger H.P. Briggs and Stratton Gas Motor; ft. Tandem Flat Deck; Squeeze; Front End Loader; 1 Massey No. 6 Front End Loader; Harris One Way; Planter; 6 Bale Stooker (6 x 12 ft. Snowco Grain Auger Electric Motor; Stone Boat; Renn Hydraulic Post Pounder; No. 60 Manure Spreader, 200 bus. capacity; Filler; 1 Post Hole Auger Massey Harris Hammer Mill; 10 ft. Side Delivery Rake; Rake; Model 50 Sprayer 32 ft. Booms; Pop-Up Baler Loader; Power Seed Sower and Fertilizer Dis- tributor; x 22 ft. Grain Auger; Stook Loader; Grain Auger Extension; Oiler; Weeder Attachment. SHOP TOOLS MISCELLANEOUS Pump; Jr. Garden Cultivator Mower, Shovel, Plough H.P. Wisconsin Motor; 1_Air Compressor; 10 H.P. Water Cooled Motor; Duty Delco 2 H.P. 110 or 220 Volt Motor; 15 H.P. Gas Motor; 1_Paint Sprayer; Gal. Paint Can Air Tank; Puller; Grinder; and Decker W Drill; Quantity of Plastic Hose; 75 Bundles of Asphalt Shingles Quantity of Posts, Poles and Lurnbei; Quantity of Wrenches, Pliers, Chains, Electric Motors, Pumps and many more Shop Tools too numerous to mention. HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES Milking Machine; 2 No. 2 Electric Grain Separators; No. 2 Hand Cream Separator; Stoves; Burner Heater; Refrigerator; Wringer Washing Machine; Electric Fan; Cupboards; 2 Bedroom Suites; 1 Kitchen Suite; Dishes; Pots; Pans; Fridge; Wringer Washer; TV like new; Chesterfield and Chair; Stool; Drapes and Cur- tains. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. Box 105, Coaldale, Alberta "Serving the South by Word of Mouth" For Further Information Phone 345-3934, or the Owner AUCTIONEERS Les Handley Fred Burton Roger Handley Lin No 010120 Lie No. 005615 Lie. No. 010121 ;