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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, August LETHBRIDGE HERALD-35 CARDS OF THANKS DLUSKI I want to thank my neighbors and friends, residents of for the cakes, food and drinks on the occasion of celebrating my 70th birthday. Thanks also to out-of-town friends (Edmonton, Calgary, Pincher Thanks to all for the gifts and lovely cards. Dluski 343 OROSZ Our sincere thanks and appreciation to all our friends, relatives and neighbors for the kindness and sympathy shown us at the loss of our dear wife and mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Orosz. Special thanks to the doctor and the nurses and staff of the Municipal Hospital. No words can fully express our gratitude to all. Mr. Nick Orosz and family. 414 FORCZEK The family of the late Stanley A. Forczek Sr. wish to express their sincerest thanks to our relatives, friends, neighbors and staff who helped so much during our recent sad bereavement. To the Paskuskis' and their staff at Edith Cavell who made his residency there so Special thanks also to Father Carroll for his many visits; the service he conducted and to Father Lynch and the altar boys. To his doctors. Sister Clarissa and the first main staff of St. Michael's Hospital for the care given him. To our relatives, neighbors, friends and staff for Masses offered, prayers, flowers, cards and food, our deep appreciation. To Sister Laurette. Mrs. Landry and the Sr. Choir of St. Patrick's Parish thank you so much. To Martin Bros, and their staff who handled the service so thoughtfully and to all the pallbearers our thanks to all. Your kindnesses will forever be remembered by us all. Ron Chapman and family, Verna, Al Hawley and family. Sylvia, Stan Forczek and family, Mary. John Boumberger and family, Dannie, Jack Devereaux and family of Loveland. Colorado. U.S.A. 345 Government eyes recovery of fixtures in Nixon home Caught in the act Ontario Liberal Leader Robert Nixon takes time out for some cool refreshment and is surprised when a photographer snaps a picture during an informal press conference in a sweltering Ottawa hotel suite. WASHINGTON (AP) -The United States government is going to re-examine all publicly financed items installed in Richard Nixon's Florida and California homes with an eye to recovering what it profitably can, says the head of the General Services Administration Arthur Sampson said his agency will "look at every item" installed while Nixon was president, and then decide what should be done with them now. From Nixon's 1968 election until mid-1973, the government put worth of equipment and capital improvements into Nixon's homes at San Cle- mente, Calif., and Key Bis- cayne, Fla. Other, larger sums were spent on adjacent offices and administrative facilities. Sampson said Tuesday the object of the examination will be to "determine what is in the best interest of the federal government." He said it wouldn't be in the government's interest to dig up worth of wiring if the salvage value was only a few dollars. But other items no longer needed and easily removed might be reclaimed. Malaysia assured of Razak return KUALA LUMPUR (AP) The return to power of Prime Minister Tun Abdul Razak's Front coalition was assured today as Malaysians elected a new Parliament and 12 state assemblies. There were tight security precautions to prevent a repeat of Malay-Chinese racial rioting that erupted three days after the country's last national elections in 1969. The national police force was mobilized and the army was placed on alert. More than 100 persons have been detained and briefly held for questioning in Kuala Lum- pur, the capital. Malaysia's 11 million popu- lation is 55 per cent Malay, 38 per cent Chinese and the rest mostly Indians. Election officials predicted that 70 per cent of the four million eligible Malaysians will vote. The official results are expected in about a week. Forty-seven National Front legislators were returned un- opposed to the 154-seat Parliament, which Razak dis- solved last month, and Razak needs only 31 more for a ma- jority. The National Front includes nine conservative parties. It had a majority in the dissolv- ed parliament, but Razak said he wants to increase it. None of the four leading opposition Justice, Malayan Peoples Socialist, Democratic Action and Sarawak has enough candidates to form a government. They have re- fused to form a coalition. Only the lower house of Ma- laysia's Parliament is elected. Senators of the upper house are appointed by federal and state governments. Gas price increases TORONTO (CP) Two ma- jor Canadian oil companies announced Friday they are raising the wholesale price of their gasoline and diesel fuels in line with the increases in the federal sales taxes Aug. 15. Imperial Oil Ltd. and Gulf Canada Oil Co. Ltd. are rais- ing the wholesale prices of their regular gasoline seven- tenths of a cent a gallon; premium gasoline eight- tenths of a cent a gallon; and diesel fuels one cent a gallon. The increases are effective immediately and other companies are expected to follow. Artifacts link Siberia, Alaska STORKS, Conn. (AP) A team of Soviet and United States archeologists said Thursday their discovery of artifacts on an Aleutian island is the "first direct link" that the first men in North America came from Siberia. The archeologists said several kinds of tool blades unearthed on Anangula Island this summer matched blades previously discovered in Siberia. "This is the first direct link we've had that the Aleuts came to the United States via the Bering land bridge that connected Siberia and Alaska'' about years ago, Dr. William Laughlin told a news conference at the University of Connecticut. A.P. head of the five-member Soviet team, said Soviet archeologists have found similar tools in the Gobi Desert in central Asia. LINKS ESTABLISHED "With this recent ex- pedition, we have now found all three links: the skeleton of the Aleuts who killed the whale, what he killed it with and the bones of the whale." said Laughlin. head of the eight-member U.S. team. The current project began five years ago, but this was the first summer in which scientists from the two countries worked together. The two-month expedition was financed with a grant from the University of Connecticut, the National Science Foundation and the New York based Wenner- Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research. Laughlin said the artifacts were found on t'vo sides on the tip of Anangula, located in the middle of the Aleutian Island chain that extends more than miles southwest from the tip of the Alaskan penin- sula. The artifacts were buried under an estimated six feet of earth, Laughlin said. He noted that one site was about 50 feet above sea level and the other about 150 feet above sea level. An Aleut specialist since 1936, Laughlin said the sites show that a village of about 100 persons at the lower eleva- tion moved to the higher site between 6.000 and BC be- cause of glacial melting. Soccer scores ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Arsenal 4 Man City 0 Carlisle 1 Tottenham 0 Coventry 1 Chelsea 3 Derby 2 Sheffield 0 Leeds 1 Birmingham 0 Liverpool 2 Leicester 1 Middlesbrough 1 Luton 1 Queen's PR 0 Stoke 1 West Ham 'I Everton 3 Wolverhampton 4 Newcastle 2 Division II Aston Villa 1 Norwich 1 Blackpool 2 Bolton 1 Bristol 0 Orient 0 Fulham 4 Caridiff 0 (lull I West Brom 0 Man United 4 Milwall 0 Notts C I Oldham 0 Oxford 3 York 1 Portsmouth 2 Notts 0 Sheffield 1 Bristol H 1 Sunderland 3 Southampton I Division III Aldershnt 1 Huddersfield 0 Blackburn 3 Colchester 2 Bournemouth 2 Gillingham 0 Bury 0 Southend 1 Charlton 2 Hereford 0 Chesterfield 3 Wrcxham 1 Crystal P 2 Tranmere 1 Peterborough 2 Brighton 0 Plymouth 2 Grimsby 1 Port Vale 2 Swindon 2 Walsall 1 Halifax 1 Watford 3 Preston 2 Division IV Chester 3 Hartlepools 0 Crewe 1 Lincoln 0 Kxeter 2 Doncaster 1 Newport 2 Darlington 1 Northampton l Bradford C 2 Rochdale 2 Torquay 1 Rotherham 2 Reading 1 Scunthorpc 0 Mansfield 1 Southport 3 Brentford 0 Stockport 0 Shrewsbury 3 Swansea 0 Barnsley 3 SCOTTISH LEAGUE CUP Aberdeen 3 Dunfermline 0 Albion 5 .Stenhousemuir 1 Clyde 2 Arobroath l Cowdenbeath 2 East Fife 0 Dumbarton 3 Partick 1 Dundee U 0 Celtic I E Stirling 3 Brechin 2 Falkirk 3 Alloa 0 Forfar 2 Meadow bank I Hearts 2 Morton 0 Kilmarnock 6 Queen's Pk 0 Montrose 2 Stranraer 0 Motherwell f> Ayr 0 Queen of S 1 Berwick 0 Raith 2 Hamilton 1 Rangers 4 Dundee 0 SI Johnstone 1 Hibernian 3 St. Mirren 0 Airdrieonians 6 Stirling A 5 Clydebank 2 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES PHARMACIST No Sundays or Holidays Excellent Wages Apply Super City Drug Mart College Mall Use Classified Ads For Fast Results Phone 328-4411 RETAIL SALES CLERKS Required by Shoppers Drug Mart in Centre Village Mall Previous sales or cashiering experience would be an asset. Ability to pleasantly and helpfully deal with the public is a must. Position offers excellent wages, benefits, and training. Arrange an interview now with Ernie Hendricks at 328-8442 during week of Aug. Apply in person only. COSMETICIAN Required by Shoppers Drug Mart in Centre Village Mall. The applicant must be experienced in' all phases of retail cosmetic selling. A pleasant helpful manner and ability to deal with the general public is a must. Position offers excellent wage, benefits, and the opportunity through training courses to improve one's knowledge of the cosmetic field. Arrange an interview now with cosmetics co-ordinator at: Shoppers Drug Mart 328-8442 Friday, Aug. 23-30, 1974 Apply in person only CONSULTANT LANGUAGES ALBERTA EDUCATION FIELD SERVICES BRANCH CALGARY A challenging consultants position serving school prin- cipals, teachers and superintendents for the purpose of maintaining and improving the quality of second languages (French) programs. Desire a graduate degree in education with second languages (French) as a subject area, a minimum of five years teaching ex- perience, administrative experience an asset. Salary to per annum. Closing date: September 5, 1974. Competition Number: M742-C-3. (PLEASE QUOTE COMPETITION NUMBER WHEN APPLYING MACHINIST OR MACHINE OPERATOR Required for immediate permanent employment. Contact LETHBRIDGE IRON WORKS CO., LTD. 120 1st Ave. S., Lethbridge, Alberta. Apply: Government of Alberta Personnel Administration Office Room 1101. John J. Bowlen Bldg 620 7th Avenue S.W... Calgary. Alberta T2P OY8 Liberia GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA ASSISTANT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR required by COM-SERV ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA Duties: This position calls for a person to assist the Executive Director in providing a complete service delivery system for the mentally retarded under an' experimental and demonstration project. This will include researching the present available facilities and services, establishing required programs and assessing and evaluating results. Initial Contract: One year (renewable) Commencing no later than November 1st. 1974. Salary: per ?nnum minimum plus benefits (dependent upon appropriate Qualifications: Academic qualifications or experience in the field of mental retardation or other functional handicapped would be advantageous. Applicants should forward complete Curriculum Vitae. with no less than three references, no later than September 15, 1974 to: Dr. Ores! Pyrch, Executive Director Com-Serv Association of Southern Alberta 1818 5th Avenue South Lethbridge, Alberta TU OW6 Southern Alberta Institute of Technology Calgary Alberta CATALOGUER There is an immediate vacancy for a cataloguer in the Learning Resources Centre at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology. The successful candidate should have cataloguing experience as a professional librarian. M.L.S. or B.L.S. is essential. Salary to per annum. This competition will close with the appoint- ment of a suitable candidate. Please refer to Competi- tion Number: 0660-C-2. (PLEASE QUOTE COMPETI- TION NUMBER WHEN Information and application forms from: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 1101, JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING 620 7th AVENUE S.W., CALGARY, ALBERTA. T2P OY8 Required Immediately For Modern New Body Shop 2 Auto Body Technicians Tow Truck Driver Painters Helper Contact Dean Harker at College Mercury Sales Ltd. Body Shop 2702 2nd Ave. N. Phone 328-5344, 329-0333 WANTED Experienced mobile home plant em- ployees, new factory in Langley, B.C. We need personnel for all departments irrciuding some: LEAD WELDERS CARPENTERS PLUMBERS ELECTRICIANS CABINET MAKERS METAL WORKERS TRIMMERS FINISH WORKERS TOP PAY and BENEFITS For more information JIM RIDDELL 604-534-7991 BRITANNY HOMES LTD. 1985-56 Ave., Langley, B.C. V3A-3Y1 Peace River School Division No. 10 COORDINATOR, INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS CENTRE Required in Peace River School Division No. 10 to begin duties as soon as satisfactory arrangements can be made. Successful appli- cant must have teacher qualifications with ad- vanced training or experience in educational media communication. Responsibilities involve the organization, operation and extension of the services provided by the present media centre. Forward applications with supporting docu- mentation to: MR. T. D. SHIELDS, Superintendent of Schools, Peace River School Division No. 10, P.O. Box 339, PEACE RIVER, Alberta, Phone: 624-3601. SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS The Peace River School Division No. 10 invites applications from interested persons for the position of Superintendent of Schools with duties to commence as soon as possible. ENROLMENT The Division employs 155 teachers in 14 schools with an enrolment of QUALIFICATIONS (a) A permanent Alberta professional teaching certificate. (b) Five years of teaching experience in Alberta or in a school system of equivalent standard. (c) A degree from the University of Alberta or from a university of equivalent standard. (d) Have pursued one year's graduate study in a field acceptable to the Minister either at a University in Alberta or at a university of equiva- lent standard. Executive Officer of the Board. indicate salary expected in application. annual vacation of four weeks. CLOSING to be in divisional, office by Monday, September 16, 1974. Applicants should apply in writing including a com- plete resume of training and experience. Applications should be sent to: Chairman, Selection Committee, Peace River School Division No. 10, P.O. Box 339, PEACE RIVER, Alberta Envelopes marked CONFIDENTIAL THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE requires for December Manager, Food Services And Housing To be responsible for the operation of the University cafeteria and residence complex ac- commodating 374 students. Preference given to applicants with the following qualifications: degree or diploma in food management; of five years managerial ex- perience, preferably in a college or uni- versity; and experience in student affairs. Written applications should be submitted im- mediately to: Mr. H. Cooper, Controller The University of Lethbridge 4401 University Drive Lethbridge, Alberta. T1K 3M4 ;