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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 CAREERS Major Consulting Engineoring Firm requires 2 Instrument Men Commencing Spring construction Season. Applicants with Surveying and Supervision experience in Munici- pal Engineering field are preferred. Reply in confidence lo: UNDERWOOD McLELLAN ASSOCIATES LTD. 401 Mayor Magrath Drive Box 1090, Lethbridge, Alberta We Would Like To Interview An individual between age 25 and 40 who wants to consider a worthwhile career opportunity with a well-known international company. This in- dividual should have a reasonably good education sales experience. We are prepared to invest considerable money in training the right man. Write giving full information to: Box 67 Lethbridge Herald EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR REQUIRED BY THE SOUTHERN ALBERTA COMSERV (COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNITY SERVICES) REGION DUTIES: This new position calls for a person of exceptional ab lily and a high public profile to provide for the overall co-ordination of an experimental and demonstration project which will develop new service delivery systems for persons who are handicapped The scope of. this position will require a broad under- standing of educational and vocational programs, residential services, social service referrals, treatment faculties, and other related services Basic responsibilities include the leade'ship of both professional and paraprofessional staff, liaison with existing community agencies, extensive public relations which focus on new attitudes toward service, and the implementation of various experimental approaches INITIAL CONTACT: 3 years (renewable) Commencing no later than July 1st 1974 Salary mmumum plus benef.Is (dependent upon appropriate training and experience) QUALIFICATIONS: Successful administrative experience in a human Service System Academic qualifications m the speicahst areas noted would be advantageous Applicants should forward a complete Curriculum Vitae, with nc less than three references, no later than March 1, 1974 to: Dr. PobQaH, Chairman___ Southern Alberts Comsarv Committee 533 24th Street South LethbrMge, Alberta T1J 3N7 THE CANADIAN ARMED FORCES HAVE Immadiata Job Opportunities For Dentists Nurses Doctors Marine A Military Engineers And in tha Following Infantryman Cook Airframe Technician Radio Operator Marine Engineer Electronics Artilleryman Military Policeman Aero Engine Technician Medical Assistant Teletype Operator Administrative Clerk Phono or VMt Your Canadian Rtcruiting Mobile At the Bridge Townhouaa motel Lethbridge on S, 7, 441 4k am >VBm v rwjvvMwy foj BjHpntvMpu fIVOTI m aj 327-4570. or to C0MOMII Forcw ntcrultlftf al 122 Mi Am SW Calgary, Alta. T2P lEf GET INVOLVED EARN WHILE YOU LEARN Sadat asked Arabs to lift embargo New York Times Service WASHINGTON Appeals by President Anwar El-Sadat of Egypt to other Arab leaders to lift the oil embargo against the United States have been described as fulfillment of a pledge he made to U.S. Secretary of State Kissinger. A senior administration of- ficials said that according to information received here. Sadat told such Arab leaders as King Faisal of Saudi Arabia in the last 10 days that American policy in the Middle East had changed and that the oil embargo should be ended in response Sadat, according to the of- ficial, informed Kissinger during the recent negotiations for an Egyptian Israeli agreement on separation of forces that he would show his gratitude for Kissinger's work in bringing about the Egyptian Israeli accord by trying to get the oil embargo lifted. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES WAREHOUSE PERSONNEL Required for our Lynn Lake, Ruttan, Fox Mine Operations Previous experience essential, particularly in shipping and receiving Applicants with a good knowledge of spare parts mining equipment will be given preference Excellent opportunity for advancement Employees covered by Manitoba Medi Care, Prescription, Dental and Optical Plans, Group Life Insurance Liberal vacation schedule and pay Apply in writing include resume of experience and phone number to Mr. Eric Young Employment Supervisor Sherritt Gordon Mines Limited Lynn Lake, Manitoba ROB OWO SHERRITT GORDON MINES LIMITED Underground production shift bosses required for our 3000 TOP Fox Mine located south west of Lynn Lake. Manitoba If you have 5 years' supervisory experience and preferably in trackless mining operations, we are interested in you Self and family covered by Manitoba Medi Care, Prescription, Dental and Optical Plans and Group Life Insurance Liberal vacation schedules and pay Apply in writing with resume of experience etc and telephone number to Eric Young Employment Supervisor Sherritt Gordon Mines Limited Lynn Lake, Manitoba ROB OWO SHERRITT CORDON MINES LIMITED If MINE ACCOUNTANT 3rd or 4th Year R.I.A., C.G.A. or equivalent preferrably wth related experience. Duties include preparation monthly financial statements, maintenance general ledger, assist in computerization of accounting functions and related responsibilities. Salary negotiable. Excellent opportunity for advancement. Self and family covered by Manitoba Medi Care, Green Shield Prescription Pfan, Dental Plan, Optical Plan and Group Life Insurance. Liberal vacation schedules and pay. All applications in confidence. Please submit complete experience, qualifications and phone number to: Mr. Eric Young Employment Supervisor Sherritt Gordon Mines Limited Lynn Lake, Manitoba ROB OWO SHERRITT CORDON MINES LIMITED I C Your future is here Liberia COURT RECORDING SERVICES DIRECTOR new position will assume responsibility for the im- plementation and operation of the electronic recording and trans- cription service for the new Provincial Judges Court. Entails liaison with Judiciary. Prosecutors and Legal Profession, budgeting, super- vision and coordination of the Service, training of Court Secretaries and recording control room personnel, participation in establishing standards, practices and procedures Candidates wiii possess con- siderable administrate and innovative ability, extensive expedience as a coun reporter or extensive knowledge of the Judic-al syc'em Ap- pomtmeni salary dependent upon "cjuaUicahons and sxperencs Competil.on Nu-nber. 0001-C-1. InfarmaSon end application fOflne nOffla GOVERNMENT OP ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 1101, JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING 620-7th AVENUE B.W. CALGARY, ALBERTA T2P OYt POSITION AVAILABLE SECRETARY Napi Friendship Association QUALIFICATIONS: Applicant should be a supercr typist at id capabit- using shorthand effidentry. The position involves re ceptionist work, filing, etc. Applicant snouid be pei- sonable and open to meeting the many people tnai the association's work involves. STARTING SALARY: per month Appointment for Interview can be made by camng 827-4224 between a.m. and 5.00 p.m. For those in pvraon the NAPI office is located ct 72S WMHH Street Pincher Creek Deadline for applications is Feb. WANTED YWCA RESIDENT SUPERVISOR Responsible adult interested in working with people. SALARY PHONE 327-8221 or 327-2284 Road Construction Supervisor required for COUNTY OF VULCAN NO. 2 Knowledge of paving desired, but not essential. Previous road construction experience necessary. We have a complete line of equipment. Application will be received until February 12, 1974. Apply dating and salary wqMCted to: K.H.QATENBY Secretary-Treasurer County of Vulcan No. 2 Vulcan, Alberta Telephone C Your future is here BOW RIVER HEAD WORKS PROJECT ENGINEER LETHBRIDGE The 'Water Resources Management Division, Department of the Environment, Lethbridge, requires an individual to implement and supervise the operation and maintenance program for the Bow River Heaflworks Project. Requires University graduation in Civil Engineering with considerable experience in the design, construction, operation and maintenance of major hydraulic structures, dams and canals Post graduate work in Hydraulics or Public Administration would be desirable Must be elligible for membership in the A P E.- G G A Closes February 20, 1974 Salary up to dependent on the experience and qualifications Competition Number 1003-3. APPLY: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE MAIN FLOOR, CENTENNIAL BUILDING 10015 103 Avenue, T5J OH4 OR: ROOM 500 TERRACE BUILDING EDMONTON, ALBERTA, T5K 2C1 C Your future is here TMVEL COUNSELLOR SUPERVISORS (TEMPORARY) Travel Alberta Government of the Province of Alberta, requires Supervisors at Travel In'ormation Centers in trie following locations. Milk Piivfcr. Jasper. Uoydminister, Provost and Wamwnght, Frank. Alberta. Dawson Creek and Golden. British Columbia: Aisask. Saskatchewan and St. Mary. Montana. These positions of employment wll be for the period May to September. 1974 The successful applicants mil supervise Junior Travel Counsellors: Counsel the travelling public as to the facilities, attractions, routes and points of interest throughout Alberta, maintain sites: undertake general administration and perform other related duties as required. Grade XII. supplemented by typing commercial courses two to three years of related or public relations experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience Salary: S517 oer month, and each supervisor must provide their own accomodalion and transportation. C'oses February 22. 1974. Compe'ition Number 100 TCS i r, I raVM Travel Afcerta; 10255 -104 Street; Edmonton, Alberta C Your future is here IttSaRCHHWmCUlTURIST GREENHOUSE CROPS AIU---S Horticuilvrai ReseaTcti CenUe Brooks Plans, develops ana interprets apphed research projects relalM lo the greenhouse crops mdustry Wnles reports conducts Short courses and acts in a liawn capacity between research groups and greenhouse operators BSc m Argicultur-e. desire MSc in Horticulture, eftgibitity lor membership in The Alberta Institute Ot AgToJojjtSts. require some experience m the assigned fielflL Salary to per annum Closes February 14. 1974 Competltton Number Affptjr C ALOART (Mt cooraunvE DEVELOPMENT OFFICER Development of Agriculture. Cardston Unstruets and counsels on mailers oertarning jo fng development and operation ot community eooperatfves other duties include the reviewing financial stale- prepsrmg repwls. addressing public meetings and other p-omcrticnal wor'k Desire a B Com Accounting Degree or equivalent curbrnalicn ol education and etperienoe m eanktng or Fmancs bad ground an asset Some travelling recftHred Salary lo 1? per arium C'osfeS fetsruary '974 Competition GOVERNMENT OF AUURTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 1101, JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILOINO 620 Tfh AVENUE S. W. CALGARY, ALBERTA T2P OYt IN MEMORIALS KALITA In loving memory of a dear sister-in- law and aunt, Anna, who passed away February Sunshine fades and shadows fall But sweet remembrance outlasts all. Always fondly remembered by Mary Swidinsky and families 7924 HASLAM In loving memory of a dear son, brother and father, Robert Rex, who passed away February God took him home, it was his will. But in our hearts we love him still, His memory is as dear today, As in the hours he passed away. We often sit and think of him, When we are all alone, For memory is the only friend, That grief can call its own. remembered, sadly missed by Mom, Dad, and all the family. 7958 KALITA In loving memory of our dear mother Anna, who passed away February 3, 1964. Ten long and lonely years have passed Sjince our great sorrow fell, The shock that we received that day We still remember well. The parting was so sudden We often wonder why To us the hardest part of all You never said goodbye. Our hearts still ache with sadness And silent tears still flow For what it meant to lose you mom No one will ever know. remembered by Michael and Joyce 7925 CARDS OF THANKS KUHL My appreciation and gratitude can never be ex- pressed in words to my relatives and friends for the Masses, prayers, gifts, cards and visits during my illness; also to my many doctors and nursing staff of St. Michael's, First Floor and Foothills Hospital Unit 102. A special thanks to Father Smitts for all his visits? Lenofe Kuhl 7868-2 BINDER We wish to extend our sincere thanks to all our neighbors, friends and relatives who attended, sent good wishes and cards, etc. A special thank you to those who assisted in the planning and serving. You all contributed in making our recent anniversary party a happy and joyous event that will long be remembered. and Helen 7956-4 CARDS OF THANKS My sincere thank you to, each and every person who in any way donatea time, cards or phone calls at Christmastime, for the children at Sifton House. You made it possible for them to have a lovely Christmas and Santa Claus too. The children and staff wish you all a very happy 1974. Kay Bluekens, Supervisor. 7840-2K, TOLLEY I would like to. thank the doctors and nurses on the Second Floor, St. Michael's Hospital for the splendid care given me while' a patient and also thanks my relatives and friends the flowers, cards and visits, They were all greatly; appreciated Thank you so; much. Tolley 7934 FENTON The family ol the late Sarah Fenton wish td express their appreciation to their many- relatives, friends ana neighbors for the lovely- flowers, cards, donations food but also for words of; comfort and understanding; Many thanks to the doctor and. all the nurses who cared foci mother; to the ladies who served lunch, the pallbearers? and to Humphries Funeral. Home. Urban Fenton i Gppdfellow their families BULLOCK We wish Uf express our sincere thank! and appreciation to all those who helpful and kind during our recent bereavement. Thanks to al) those who participated in the funeral service, for the. beautiful floral tributes, cards and expressions of sympathy! for the food sent to us, to the Welling L.D.S. Relief Societjjf for serving lunch Thanks ttf the doctors and staff of Raymond Hospital and thd staff of the Ridgeview for the care and kindness extended to Mr. Bullock during his recent illness. family of the late Ernest K. Bullock NEVE The family of the" late Stanley Edward Neve would like to thank all theif relatives, friends, and neighbors who helped, in many ways by sending carts, flowers, donations, food, and visits during our time of sorrow. Their kindness was greatly appreciated. A noted thanks to the doctors of the Haig clinic, Sisters, and staff of St. Michael's Hospital who helped in many ways. Special appreciation and thanks to the pallbearers and Rev. Kenneth Morris for their kind help and understanding. Gary and Lori Neve, Mary Neve, Ray and Maxine Goasdoue and family. Bob and Mildred Shackleford and family 7847-2 Sears Announcement DM to tho hmy demand on certain Kama and tha Industry ahorlaga of matoriato, ragrat to announce OUT fflOITM Flyer being dattvarad Sat, Fab. 2, hi Tha I UmtmM Aaum autat afetdk. umonogv nrao m not m out IRM. i wM ba i store for Informe- Sears regreta any Inconvenience cauaad to Ha Alwinsal Potash of Canada Limited Mechanic Industrial Mechanic and Heavy Duty Mechanic. Jour- neyman preferred. Applicants with experience but no ticket will be considered. Journeyman rate SUS par haw. Electricians Applicants should have Journeyman status. Journeyman rate par how. Welder Journeyman welder preferred. Experienced welder will be considered. Journeyman rate par how. Stationary Engineer Boiler and Dryer operator with Second Class Station- ary ticket required. Applicants wiih Third Class ticket will be considered to operate under permit Second Ctaaa Ticket rate par hew. TNrd Ctaaa Ticket JO par hew. P.O. Ben 3100 LMnpMtaj w SOK2MO ;