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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LtTHBRIDOE HIRALD Friday, 0, ANDY CAPP WHAT MOST OUT Of A PUS IS 'IS Bowling scores Roundup of short sport DAVIS RE-HIRED NEW ORLEANS (AP) Cleveland Indians of baseball's American League announced Thursday they have re-hired John (Red) Davis to manage Oklahoma City '89ers, their American Association farm team. BOBBINS TO VIRGINIA NORFOLK, Va. (AP) Virginia Squires have obtain- ed veteran Austin (Red) Rob- bins from Kentucky Colonels for cash and future con- siderations in an American Basketball Association tran- saction announced Thursday. ENGINE DESIGNER DIES LOS ANGELES (AP) Leo Goossen, 82, one of the world's foremost race car designers, died Wednesday night. Goossen originally designed the Miller engine, which evolved into the Of fy, used ex- tensively in championship car races. CAREERS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Lethbridge Association for the Mentally Retarded 1818 5th Avenue South, Lethbridge Qualifications: Experience in public relations or in the field of mental retardation. Wages negotiable. Duties to commence January 1, 1975. Applications must be in before December 14, 1974. Youth Program Worker Responsible for development of youth program and leadership training, special events and pro- ject organization. One-half-time position. Write stating qualifications and experience to: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Y.W.C.A. 604 8th Street South Lethbridge, Alberta KEYPUNCH OPERATOR Preference given to experience but will consider applicants with excellent typing abilities. Further information from Mr. Mike Clemis Canada Manpower Centre 419-7th St., Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 327-8535 Chef Required For busy Motor Hotel with large banquet facilities, highly qualified competent staff to work with. Working knbwledge required of: control control costing cost We have the systems; if your are the person who can manage them, call collect to El Rancho Motor Hotel, Lethbridge, Alberta at 327-5701. SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS The Crowsnest Pass School Division No. 63 in- vites applications from interested persons for a posi- tion of Superintendent of Schools with duties to com- mence on a date agreeable by both parties. Division employs 86 teachers in 5 schools with an enrolment of Qualifications: a) A permanent Alberta Professional teaching certifi- cate. b) Five years of administrative experience in Alberta or in a school system of equivalent perience in a senior administrative position an asset. 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 equivalent standard. Executive Officer of the Board. Applicants should include a complete curriculum vitae with references. Closing to be in the divisional office by December 15th, 1974. For further information, contact M.P. Kowalchuk, Superintendent of Schools, 562-2942 Applications should be sent to: Selection Committee, Crowtnett School Dlvtoton No. 63, P.O. BOX sea, Blalrmore, Alberta (envelope marked confidential) RACE CARD CANCELLED CLEVELAND (AP) The racing program at Thistledown was cancelled Thursday after the second race. A track spokesman said thawing conditions following the weekend's heavy snowfall made the track hazardous. RACERS TO STAY INDIANAPOLIS (AP) In- dianapolis Racers will remain in Indianapolis despite purchase of the World Hockey Association franchise by architect Paul Deneau of Dayton, Ohio. At a news conference Thursday with John Weissert, president of Indiana Pro Sports, Inc., which put the financially- troubled Racers on the selling block, Deneau said only a few details of the transfer remain to be worked out. Seattle, Tampa in NFL for 1976 NEW YORK (AP) The National Football League awarded ownership of its ex- pansion Seattle franchise Thursday to a prominent group of Seattle businessmen headed by clothing store chain owner Lloyd Nordstrom and awarded ownership of the new Tampa franchise to Florida lawyer Hugh. Cilverhouse." Both teams will begin league play in 1976. The cost of each franchise, the league's 27th and 28th, was million. Four other partners are also listed, including Herman Sarkowsky, president of United Homes Corp. of Seattle and a former president of Portland Trail Blazers. He is currently in the process of relinquishing control of the National Basketball Associa- tion team. CAPRI BOWL MONDAY MIXED Fred Mllner 316 Maynard RMrioffs Cy Hoult 310; Abe Plan 274; Rick Barva 266, Kan David 269; Lorraine Mickey 235; Lynne Jurgens 251; Carol Scon 262; Anna Nagy 209; Qail Anderson 213; Qall Plourd 271. TUCSDAY MORNING Gloria Barbee 236; Beth Lef- flngwell 290, Karlene Hoffman 277 Bonnie Schlaut 322 Arlene Baldry 245; Erlka Balais 234; Leona Deuschle 250; Mary Schlelke 230; Karen Taylor 269. IMPERIAL FASHIONS Aria Teterls 243; Pat Plomp 264 Mary Storfle 243; Ev Courts 290; Pat Courts 288; Joan SudO 247 Jen Hegl 243; Marg Koole 268 Ethel Styner 260; Jean Passey 309 OORDIES Lovro Novak 306 Ouane Spitzer 276 Ken Larson 332 Mike Tobo 255; Ues Dyke 358 Tak Katakami 273; Ron Qret- zinger 308 Vlto Deplnto 266; K. Leishman 257; Al Balija 258. CANBRA FOODS Janet Jankowiak 246; Cherye Obermeyer 242; Linda MacDonald 254r'Stu Nyquist 319 Leo Dim- nlk 255. Mel Mykytiuk 259, Gary Knox 243; Leslie Fryer 260; Al Takasaki 233; Larry Nakahama 235. HOLIDAY BOWL HOLIDAY VILLAGE Marilynne Tremel 357 Millie Shewchuk 252, Grace Hill 259, Mel Finnerty 244, Marge Malcomson 241, Betty Van Qral 260 Carol Vedres 253 Alice Gier 253. Dena Smith 289 Rose Nunweiler 291. VASA LODGE Arvid Oseen 254 Bea Hanson 254, Carol Park 254, Ruby Oseen 267 Jim Arthur 237, Will Ness 216, Joyce Smith 213, Asta Cederberg 210, Peggy Zalesak 213, Slim Berry 202, Hjalmar Nelson 202, Bob Hanson 202 AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC Darrell Block 268, Greg Morton 252, Larry Barton 246, Ivan Wills 240, Doug Allan 228, Debbie Wells 211. Linda Brooks 201 ALCON Joanne McTlghe 211, Dennis Hurst 239, Bill Billings 331 Brian Raines 244, Karen Marthlenson 293, Betty Paterton 308 Rogan Sinclair 250, Laurie Koshney 220, Blair Nicholson 220, Harry Rosenthell EAQLEt Mary Nost 273 Gary Ward 258, Matchett 284, Larry Veres 258, Marie Barnett 262, Cyril Barnett 255. Evelyn Hunt 246, Joe Gillett 243, Helen Weets 248, Mary Poche 232 DAIRY OUEEN Alma Bluekens 240, Helen Rossett! 224 Grace HIM 313 Marg McLaughlin 253, Evelyn Mllner 265 Hertha Matson 224, Qallya Pedersen 247, Mar] Hemming 234, Mary Potvln 238, Kalhy Carpenter 249 Bodil Johannsen 246. HAMILTON JR. HIGH Pam Shlgehlro 191, Merylen Bun- nage 277, Mark Oliver 164, I. 166, Drew Wakey 181, Laurie Wilson 179. BENDIX Larry Barton 293, Darwin Romanchuck 286 Doug McNIcol 230, Judy Harnack 270 Guy Brown 288, Debbie Barton 224, Doris Hietman 216, Karlyn Spitzer 222. SIMPSONS-SCARS Rugdy Valentinsen 262, Brenda Anderson 261, Blalne Anderson 245, Jerry Ellerman 252, Brian Rossett! 227, Tom Pratt 240, Art Fukunaga 261, Elaine Davis 214, Bob Legg 232, Emma Untersher 220. Verna Matson 294. SPEEDY Mar) Reid 270, Bea Ogden 268. Marilynne Tremel 265, Lois Murray 266, Jeanette Smeed 273 Karlyn Spitzer 264, Elaine Brown 246 Helen Deal 246, Flora Donato 233, Marg Malcomson 255. A.D.A. Dlanne Key 235 Bob Wiaderny 255. Al Zimmer 254, Roy Budd 290, Shirly Clark 229, Alex Szentes 273, Alice Clark 218. CAREERS VACANCY FOR GENERAL PRACTITIONER or MEDICAL TEAM OF 2 In High potential growth area. Relatively new, very busy 30-bed hospital located in Breton, Alberta. Part of Rural Hospital District. Population modern doctors resjdence with garage available. At present there is only one admitting doctor on staff practicing and residing in neighboring town, 26 miles away. APPLY TO: Mr. Bud Wilson President Breton and District Chamber of Commerce Business Phone 696-3557 Residence Phone 696-2260 A touch of Class CHRYSLER CANADA LTD. DODGE MONACO for'75 Meet Dodge Monaco for 1975. Distinctive in appearance. Even more elegant in its appointments. And most generous in its proportions. Monaco's touch of class starts with dramatic new interior luxury. Stunning fabrics augmented with tasteful accents. For an extra touch of class, the Royal Monaco Brougham two-door model features handsome opera windows. And for your convenience and peace of mind, all Monaco engines use either leaded or unleaded gasoline. So you'll never have to go searching for a special kind of gas. Dodge Monaco for 1975. Choose Royal Monaco Brougham, Royal Monaco, Monaco or Monaco Special. Each has its own special touch of class. In a changing world, DEPEND ON DODGE m MONACO CHARGER SPECIAL COLT-DODGE TRUCKS NOW HKE'S THE CLINCHER! New 12 month unlimited mileage warranty It's going to take bettercare of the people who buy our cars. II For the first 12 months of use, any Chrysler Canada Ltd. dealer will fix with- out charge for parts and labour, any part of our 1975 passenger cars we supply (except tires, which are covered by the people who make them) which proves defective in normal use, regardless of mileage. Special policies and programs include the replacement of selected items such as brake linings, shock absorbers, tail- 'pipes and mufflers should they wear out in normal use during the first twelve months. Participating dealers will supply a leaner free of charge. The warranty period for police cars and taxis is twelve months or twelve thousand miles whichever occurs first. Visit your local Chrysler Canada Ltd. dealer for complete details. ;