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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, April 1974 THE LETHBRIDQE SHOPPING CENTRE ON CITY'S HANDS? CALGARY (CP) The city could own a 27-store shopping centre within a year if its present owner cannot come up with in back taxes accumulated over the last two years. Bonavista Shopping Centre went under the auctioneers hammer Thursday, but none of the bids exceeded the undisclosed reserve bid placed by the city. The highest bid was CAREERS We'll Pay Top Dollar For a fully experienced parts man Full company benefits, 5 day week, steady em- ployment for successful applicant. Reply to Box 118, The Lethbridge Herald Wanted! ROUTE SALESMEN and Helpers Apply in person to: PURITY BOTTLING (1967) LTD. TRADESMEN WANTED NORTH WESTERN PULP POWER LTD. HINTON, ALBERTA Journeymen Electrician Applications should be in possession of Alberta T Q ticket. Good working conditions and advanced employ- ee benefit programs available Hinton is a modern growing town, fifteen miles from Jasper Park east boundary, with good housing and schools. Submit confidential applications to: L. J. Old, Personnel Safety Supervisor Mill North Western Pulp Power Ltd., Hinton, Alberta. TOE 1BO AGRI-BUSINESS CAREERS NEED A NEW CHALLENGE? We are a major growing feed and farm supply com- pany requiring sales and management personnel in the three prairie provinces. If you are success oriented and you like people and agriculture, we invite you to talk to us. We offer top fringe benefits and excellent advance- ment possibilities. Agricultural background neces- sary. Preference will be given to applicants with agricultural education experience in livestock and poultry sales, service or management. Pleate write only tilling H. J. HoloboH MASTER FEEDS DIVISION MAPLE LEAF MILLS LIMITED 1505-17IH Ave. S.E., Ciloiry. Albarti T2G1K1 THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE EMPLOYEE RELATIONS OFFICER Duties: Labour relations, contract negotiations and salary administration respecting support staff. Experience and Qualifications: At least five years experience and prefer- ably a university degree. Salary Range: to Applications shoud be submitted to: Controller The University of Lethbridge 4401 University Drive Lethbridge, Alberta T1K 3M4 Lottery winners cash in By JOSEPH MacSWEEN MONTREAL Quebec working women, with winsome smiles, picked up their tax-free million as Olympic Lottery Canada announced the names of all major winners from Monday's electronic draw. "Perhaps I should have an- other said Roy Brooks, an easy-going accountant from Guelph, Ont., as he sipped cognac after collecting his second prize. Surrounded by his wife and four young daughters, Mr. Brooks disclaimed any psychic gifts but cheerfully recalled that he and his wife had both dreamed their lottery ticket was a winner. Roger Rousseau, commis- sioner-general of the 1976 Montreal Olympic Games, and Julien Cote, vice- president and general manager of the Olympic lottery, awarded more than million at the news confer- ence, though some winners were not present. Quebecers held winning tickets on six of the 10 major prizes while three went to Ontario and one to Alberta. Mr. Cote reported that Therese Fauvelle, an Ottawa office worker, picked up her seventh prize and de- parted for a Florida vacation earlier in the day because she was feeling unwell. The lottery chief said officials were trying to reach Mr. and Mrs. A. Moller and son, Roy, of Edmonton, who apparently hold the winning ticket for the eighth 1611912. Peter Tate, 30, one-time Calgary policeman and now a sergeant on the suburban St. Hubert force, picked up his sixth prize and made the shortest speech of the day: "Thank you beaucoup." The first-place nine and the Brooks family were accom- panied by financial advisers. In addition to the real prize, the nine received a three-foot carved wooden "cheque." Miss Blouin was greeted by a few incredulous shouts when she announced she and her friends would be back on the job Monday. They are employed by a cigarette manufacturer in Quebec City. The third prize was picked up by six young couples, all related and living in the Trois-Rivieres and Lac St. Jean regions of Quebec. Mr. and Mrs. Jean-Guy Guay of St. Louis de Pintendre, near Quebec City, received the fourth prize. Other big winners include Adrian Lunny, chief photogra- pher of the Montreal Star, fifth prize, Herbert Stewart, a pressman with the Toronto Star, ninth prize, and Georges Cote, employed at Frobisher Bay, Baffin Island, 10th prize, In all, there are prizes ranging from million down to and totalling Quebecers bought more than half the 2.5 million tickets is- sued, with Ontario second and Alberta third. Army officei loses rank BRANTFORD, Ont. (CP) An army warrant officer was broken to private and given an 18-month conditional suspended sentence Thursday after he pleaded guilty before a court martial to theft of from sergeants' mess funds at the Brantford Armories. WO Archibald John Neilson, 39, of the 56th Field Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery, had been charged with theft of while he was treasurer of the mess. Military officials said the court martial is the second involving a member of the Militia held in Ontario since the Second World War. ELECTRICITY AND GAS TECHNICAL INSPECTORS Salary: (depending upon CONSUMER AND CORPORATE AFFAIRS FIELD OPERATIONS SERVICE EDMONTON, Albert! Public Service Fonction publique Canada Canada THIS COMPETITION IS OPEN TO BOTH MEN AND WOMEN IN ALBERTA DUTIES: inspects and tssts all types of electricity and gas meter- ing devices, provides advice to utility management and manufac- turers representatives; conducts dispute tests and investigates con- sumer complaints on energy billing problems. QUALIFICATIONS- Successful comoletlon of secondary schooling plus a demonstrated capacity to perform the duties of the position. Addi- tional related technical training would be desirable. Proficiency in the English language is essential Forward "Application lor Employmanr (Form P8C 387-401) available at Poet Canada Manpower and ol tha Public Sarvlca CommlMlon ol Canada, 300 Confutation Building, 10359 Jaapar Avanua, Edmonton, Albarta. T5J 1Y6. Quota Competition No. 74-E-iae. Cloalng data: May 3, 1974. at a reeuli ol thlt eompatlllon ara tubjact to tha pro- vltlont ol tha Public Sarvlca Employment Act. An eligible Hal will be eitabllehed from Mile competition to till lutura vacancies throughout Alberta during the next 12 montha. Golda's dream doomed by crises LONDON (CP) Golda Meir's desire to leave the Is- raeli prime ministership en a note of optimism seems doomed by the crises surging around her government. While angry demonstrators batter the gates, Labor party leaders inside the parliament building these days are wrangling over how to hold to power in the wake of Mrs. Meir's recent resignation. It's a new experience for Is- rael, which always has been united against Arab neighbors and has enjoyed the glow of self-satisfaction over its mili- tary victories. In earlier days discontent over domestic and social prob- lems, and the need for reform of the political party structure, were submerged by the need for unity. Now, after the trauma of the October war for which Israel was poorly prepared, subsequent bickering within the Labor party and the recent Arab guerrilla attack on the town of Kiryat Shemona, the whole public mood seems to have changed. In the eyes of many observ- ers, Israel's electorate has been shaken out of its traditional apathy and conservatism. For the first time the public has gone into the streets in protest against the country's military and political leaders. The Labor party is struggling to find a leader to replace Mrs. Meir and form a new government without benefit of elections. Even if this is possible in the present divided state of the cabinet, elections cannot be far off. Some observers feel that the new leader would have only a few months to demonstrate his ability and the party's readiness for change before another vote. While the in-fighting continues Mrs. Meir soldiers on as cartaker prime minister. Dief admires statue Former Canadian Prime Minister John Dief- enbaker admires a statue in the sculpture garden of the Isreal Museum in Jerusalem. Mr. Diefen- baker and a group of 50 Canadians are cur- rently visiting Isreal as guests of the Jewish Na- tional Fund. The Fine All 73 Styles 10% and 20% OFF Alterations Extra On Sales JEN'S UN 504 3rd AVE. In Uniforms One special Rack of One Special Rack Of yso p R 1 N Q S A L CENTER PHONE Community Sarvins Department CITY OF LETHBRIDGE The City of Lethbridge Cemetery By-Law No. 2463 includes the following section: (a) No person shall place artificial flowers on any lot in the said Public Cemetery during the period May 1st September 30 inclusive in any year. (b) The Superintendent shall have full authority to remove artificial flowers from any lot in the said Public Cemetery during the period referred to in sub- paragraph. 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