Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta
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SCOTTIES FACIAL TISSUE 7oz. LYSOL SPRAY 88' SUNDRIES CLARIDGE PLAYING CARDS S.R.P. A A, .OO S.R.P. LEAD CRYSTAL BUD VASE WHISTLING TEA KETTLE K61S S.R.P. '6.95 TRIM NAIL CLIPPERS S.R.P. 59'................... TURTLES 14 oi. S.R.P. 2.95 VITAMINS S.R.P. CHOCKS PLUS IRON 3.95 ----------------FLINTSTONES PIUS IRON----------------- 100's A 1 A I T 12oz. S.R.P. GERITOL LIQUID 2.79 GERITOL TABLETS 40's 2.79 1W, ONI-A.DAY PLUS IRON S.R.P. S.R.P. SMILES VITAMINS ttf O. CONSULT THE YELLOW PAGES FOR THE A.R.P. PHARMACY NEAREST YOU BOYD'S PHARMACY 1644 Mayor Magrath Drive, Lethbridge 328-3760 LAKEVIEW DRUG 1017 Mayor Magrath Drive, Lethbridge 32S-SS09 CARDSTON PHARMACY 853-9042 NORMAN'S PHARMACY 195 Deer Park Avenue, Kimbertey 427-4S44 STUBBS PHARMACY 1506-9 Avtnut South, Lethbridge 328-5512 WESTMINSTER DRUGS 425 -13 Street North, Lethbridge 328-7833 HIGA'S PHARMACY Pinchtr Creek 627-3185 ODDIE'S CENTRAL DRUG Tiber 223-2245 RIVERSIDE PHARMACY Drumheltar, Alberta 823-3784 Shooting of milkman disrupts IRA truce BELFAST (CP) A Protestant milkman was shot to death in the country village of Galvally third victim of sectarian gunmen since "peace" returned to Northern Ireland less than 24 hours ago. The shooting was presumed to be in retaliation for the deaths of two Roman Catholics who were gunned down Monday night while drinking in a bar in the nearby village of Pomeroy, County Tyrone. There was speculation that Protestant extremists were trying to sabotage the truce because they believed it was the first step in a British sellout to the Irish Catholics fighting to unite Northern Ireland with the Irish republic. Four other Catholics were ,000 repairs slated for streets The city will spend to rebuild and repave streets around the Lethbridge Centre development this summer, council decided Monday. City council approved the expenditure, to come from the year end surplus, 5-3 with Aid. Tony Tobin, Aid. Bob Tarleck and Deputy Mayor Vera Ferguson opposed.' All three said the expen- diture should be discussed in relation to other priorities for allocating the surplus. Concern was also expressed that 5th Avenue S. between 2nd and 5th Streets would be repaved only to be ripped up again when service connec- tions were made to the provin- cial government administra- tion building to go up across the street from Lethbridge Centre. But Randy Holfeld, city engineering director, said plans called for an initial layer of asphalt, to be follow- 'ed by a second layer after the service ditches were dug and refilled. City council refused Mon- day to move two city bus routes back onto 20th Street N: between 5th and 6th Avenues. The route was originally on 19th Street, then moved to 20th Street, and then moved back to 19th Street after a resident of 20th Street com- plained 'to council the buses disturbed her husband, who was recovering from heart surgery. The city transit union, which made the latest re- quest, said the 19th Street crossing at 5th Avenue is dif- ficult to make because of a jog in the road and buses making the turn create a traffic hazard. But Aid. Bob Tarleck told council when he investigated the situation before, he was told bus drivers felt the 20th Street route was a little more convenient, but 19th Street did not pose a major problem. Deputy Mayor Vera Ferguson said if the drivers were that concerned they should have spoken up when the matter was previously before council. The vote was 5-3 with Mayor Andy Anderson, Aid. Vaughan Hcmbroff and Aid, Bill Kergan supporting the drivers' request. A clean-up order from city council will go out to two city businesses who are allegedly violating the city's unsightly premises bylaw. National Salvage Co. Ltd. at 206 33rd St. N., and Dieppe Service, 207 28th St. S. will be given 15 days to comply with the order or face having the city clean up for them at their expense. Action under the bylaw against a third firm Southern Feeds Ltd., was dropped after it was reported the firm tidied up its premises. slain Saturday night, Sunday and Monday. Thirteen persons have been killed since the IRA's Christmas ceasefire ex- pired Jan. 16, and the official death toll since August, 1969, has risen to In Pomeroy, Dominic Hay- den, the manager, said he was talking to five persons in the crowded bar when a man burst in with a sub-machine- gun and began shooting. Hayden said he dropped to the floor behind the bar, and one of the group jumped over it and landed on top of him. The other five were hit. Arthur Muhoiland, 60, was killed instantly, and 19-year- old Eugene Coyle died later. Three others, including a woman, were reported in serious condition. CAREERS FULLY EXPERIENCED Automotive Partsporson for Sales and Stock Control Salary commensurate with experience. Apply in parson at HAGEN ELECTRIC LETH. LTD. 1202-2nd Avenue South PLANT SUPERINTENDENT REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY Fully experienced Plant Superintendent for one of Canada's largest housing manufacturers located in Southern Alberta. Applicants should have several years experience in the housing industry and. be capable of assuming full plant duties under the direction of the General Manager. Applications must include personal data, edu- cation level, employment history and references. Address application to Box 149, Herald SOUTHEASTERN ALBERTA COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTRE REQUIRES AN ASSISTANT COORDINATOR Responsible for .assisting the executive co- ordinator -in administrative and management functions under the direction of the C.R.C. Board for the co-ordination of Health and Social Services. QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants must have ability to work with community organizations and agencies, proven managerial, and administrative capabilities and experience in the preparation of reports and related correspondence. Preferred applicants should have university graduation in Arts, Commerce or Business Administration or an equivalent of experience and education. Salary range Applications stating qualifications, education and working experience will be accepted in writing until Feb. 22nd, 1975 at the following address. COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTRE 631 Prospect Dr. S.W. Medicine Hat IF YOU CAN SELL Trust. This could be a good sign for you Royal Trust Real Estate, Canada's largest coast to coast Realtor, has an opening for one more sales agent. The. ideal candidate should be young and' aggresive with a desire for above average earnings. Previous selling ex- perience an asset. Those with earnings of annually for the past two years while employed in the Real Estate Industry are eligible to join the Company Pension Plan plus receive many other Benefits. For more information call Bob Butchart 328-.7761 or write Ave. S., Leth- bridge. All inquiries confidential. ROYAL TRUST REAL ESTATE "Decide What You Want We Can Help Youl"