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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday. Seotember 15 1979 ,S 11 (i (It's control Korean church life restricted Rich aggravating housing crisis YORK ot government control are re- poited tailing on the robust church lite ol Korea Religious liberties are be ing lestncted said Rev Kim Kwan Suk general secretaiv of the National Council ot Churches ot Korea here to confer with U S ot titials and churchmen about the situation NEW CAREER OPPORTUNITY! Thousands are taming qood money in tht fast grow ng 'ield of professional income lax ervice The i r to Gjtirg ard Mt s'ying And denand for tra -ed ccrioi Hints ij mcrcising cach-yoar No H i R s L.rgesl Inco IK Scrj ci i II inch vou their cxc us ru hod o' prepit ng or fix r in a ipcCs-113 ucr k tuit on course Tim rv sion by expcr cnced Block nslrjc ors Cc L P curtfrit lax laws theory and app ication as pract ccd in H R Block offices from coast 10 (.oast Features include CLASSES START OCTOBER 3 24 3 hour sessions (2 per week) Choice of days and class limes Diploma awarded upon graduation Job assistance available ENROLL NOW! 81S Third Ave S Phone 327-3712 For Complete Details Write or Call LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Phone 327-2141 or Please send me free information about the 1973 Block Income Tax Course This is a request foi nfo ma tion inlv and places me under no obligation to enroll LH15 CLIP AND MAIL ently we re going to have to face a real encounter between the church and eminent he said in an mtei view Obstensiblv Chustianitv has been thriving in Korea in contrast to the statistical down thiust in most Western countries but Mi Kim said letent government policies tin eaten its continued work Plamclothes now aie sent each to monitor sermons he said The government also has stalled keeping surveillance on all chuich actiuties It s a soil ot gtowing intimidation 15 ARRESTED Ihe issue was pointed up this summer bv the arrest ot 15 church workers Most since been released but two and a evangelist still face trial Two ot them are accused ol cnculatmg subversive hand bills which read V. e have been holding our counti to a spirit ol anti com munism and now alas we have a dictatorship Democracv weeps' The lesutrection ot is the liberation ol the people Mr Kim 52 who presides over Koiea s inter denominational co operative including Pitsbv tenans Methodists and Evangelicals CANADIAN SEA CADETS NAVY LEAGUE CADETS Mondays at p.m. WRENETTES Tuesdays at p.m. 10th ave and 17th St. S. If you have reached your 13th birthday (but not your 18th) If you are physically fit and mentally alert If you would like to learn to sail 'o swim (or improve your swimming) to handle a rifle to save a life (perhaps your owl) If you would like to avail yourself of our summer courses n Canadian Forces training establishments or training with the Canadian Coast Guard If you would likp a chance to taste life at sea on a training cruise in fore gn waters n a Canadian Forces ship If you are interested in qualifying for a Navy League scholarship to help defray your first vear s tuit on fees at the college or university of your choice There's a Billet for YOU in the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets If any of these things appeal to you said it is, veiv iibky tor him to the Korean govet nment s> actions He said pressure on the chuicheb started last Oct 17 when President Chung Hee Paik declaied martial law Of Koiea s 32 million popu- lation about 3 6 million are chuich three million Protestants and 600 000 Roman the churches growing ugoioush in recent years Businessmen lace bribe charges York Times Service VORK .More than 25 aitluent businessmen will be ai rested within the next three weeks when the city s department ot investigation completes a year-long investigation into the bribing oi utv officials according to sources close to the inquiry The commissionei of investigation Nicholas Scoppetta declined vesterda> to discuss the investigation However a souice said that tht citv officials had reported the btibe offers and were co opc-iating in the investigation Some citv employees are also expected to be arrested lot taking bribes But the thinst of the lengthy in- cstigation has been against businessmen who initiate bribe otters on rare occasions in the past has a businessman been chaiged with offering a bi ibc Past cases have involv- ed citv emplovees who have solicited bribes in a slukedown ol the business c ommumtv I he cm rent investigation was said to have covered a wide vanetv of businesses such as ic-staurantb real es tate construction demolition and massage pallors PEPSI Blame McLennon sits on his Honda 750 motor- cycle at home in Moose Jaw Sask after setting a coast-to-coast motor- cycle record of 88 hours 55 minutes, from Vancou- ver to Sydney, N S The previous record was over 92 hours Rich aggravating crisis Labor dispute threatens New York Times Service WASHINGTON A spreading rank-and-file revolt is threatening the no-strike laboi contract signed earlier thib >ear by the steel industry and the United Steelworkers 01 V letter signed more than 2 000 steelworkers in the area of Chicago Ind and "loungstown Ohio to be piesented at the union s head quarters in Pittsburgh next Mondav calls on union ot- luets to reconsider the no sti ike agreement and declare it void and inoperative The letter which accuses union officials ot violating basic union policy and con spaing with the steel com panics also warns that will take their case to (ouit il the no-strike contract is not i evoked The tank and hie challenge is the lust serious test of the no strike contract which some authorities have called the most significant develop inent in collective bargaining in manv years SAND GRAVEL >ASPHALT< TOLLESTRUP LSAND and GRAVEL Construction Co Ltd PHONE TORONTO (CP) Five ago Prof Eh Comay told a university audience the rich were aggravating the housing crisis by buying older houses in downtown neighborhoods Instead of being cheap old houses they are being made desirable expensive old houses Premier William Davis vesterdav gave the York University professor the power to do something about the housing situation in the province by naming him director ol the Housing Action Piogiam The program is designed to hnd ways to stimulate the pro duction ol housing in Toronto Ottawa and Hamilton and to lav the groundwork for a new provincial ministry of housing The 51 vear old professor s appointment followed the pre- sentation ot a report by the ad visory study group on housing that had been working for eight months under his chair- manship Prof Comay was formerly planning commissioner for Metropolitan Toronto and now is chairman of the en- vironmental faculty at York MATTER IS SERIOUS He said the dwindling supp ly ol inexpensive older houses tor low-income families is of considerable concern It is a very difficult thing to solve The normal housing piocess has been distorted because the supply is inade- quate and one of the normal sources ot low income housing has become desirable We (the study group) saw two possible directions to go in to help solve the problem irst to try to increase the supply of middle-income hous- ing so that middle income people are not competing with low-income people lor the same houses Secondly we should provide an adequate level of financial assistance to low income homeowners so they can afford to keep their houses up and are not under as much pressure to sell He said his principal task in the lour-rnonth assignment will be to articulate a orogram to bring housing lots Lethbridge Community College Invites applications for the following position Assistant Director in the School of Continuing Education DUTIES General supervision of on-campus evening programs including registration, assist in ad- ministration of all programs, assist in develop- ment and promotion of continuing education pro- grams assist Director in selection of personnel for courses other related duties QUALIFICATIONS Academic training at Bachelors level teaching experience, experience in super- vising people ability to work cooperatively with people APPLICATION DEADLINE September 26th, 1973 Interested periont thould for Employment form to apply (or the Standard Application Director of Personnel Lethbridge Community College Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 327-2141 Ext. 216 onto the market That wi'l be one oi our most important jobs To negotiate so that developers agree to get lots into the housing market at a specified price It will be a kind of voluntan price control He added the basic recom mendation of the study group is to bring a lot of housing lots into the market so as to teintroduce price com- petition Prot Comav will continue to teach at York on a part- time basis lor the duration of his lour month contract lebuming full-time teaching in Then I m quitting I m not a civil servant and I don t in tend to be Prof Comay came to Toronto in 1955 from the United States where he had worked with the Chicago land clearance commission INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD Established 1911 Lower Floor 517 4th Ave S Phone 327-1541 ATTENTION! Housewives Students Shift Workers Make use of your spare time and learn to play musical instrument SPECIAL DAYTIME CLASSES For further information call MR. E. DOELL 328-0122 Registrars Office United Conservatory of Music Suite 8 Professional Building, Lethbridge, Alberta AMPLIFIER CLEARANCE SALE '73 MODELS Special on over 50 units GARNET, GIB- SON, VERLAGE, DARIUS, RAVEN, etc TRADES considered financing can be arranged FREE T Shirt with each amp sale Reduced 10% to 50% Revolution 70 watts Revolution 100 waits watts 2 channel Enforcer One PA Sessionman 270 watts Lil Rock 70 watts Rebel Reverb 100 watts Pro 270 watts Verlage 135R M S Gibson Bass Russel 70 watts Darius 70 wa't PA Garnet 6 Channel Power Mixer Girnet Mixer Rfbel .00 watt PA Reverb Rebel P A Labyrinth Sppikprs Pro P A Selective Roverb Sosstonmnn Vornl System Regular Special 239.00 459.00 595.00 209.00 695.00 345.00 585.00 775.00 835.00 400.00 300.00 350.00 325.00 65.00 49.00 b69.00 850.00 Sale continues until stock reduced best selection, they won't last long at these pric shop early for es. DOWNSTAIRS at LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. 715-Paramount Theatre Building ;