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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Will he make Oakland fans forget Catfish Saturday, February 15, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 31 Former Red Wings trying to buy team Marichal moves across Bay to A's The ASSOCIATED PRESS Can Juan Marichal make them forget Catfish Hunter in Oakland and help the A's re- main baseball champions? The 36-year-old right bander, who spent 13 full seasons with San Francisco Giants, has moved across the bay to play for the world champion Oakland A's. A's owner Charles 0. Finley said Friday that Marichal, who with 243 vistories trails only Bob Gibson's 247 among active pitchers, has agreed to terms and will formally sign a contract when he returns from a visit to his native Dominican Republic. Marichal was released by Boston Red Sox following the 1974 campaign. He compiled a 5-1 record but his earned-run average was 4.89 and a back ailment limited him to 11 appearances. He failed to complete any of his nine starts and pitched only 57 innings. The Red Sox purchased him from the Giants in December, 1973. In an effort to replace Hunter, the 25-game winner who was declared a free agent when Finley failed to live up to the terms of the pitcher's contract and who subsequent- ly signed with New York Yankees, Oakland also signed, right hander Lew Krausse, a former A's pitcher recently released by Atlanta Braves. Krausse had a 4-3 record and 4.16 ERA in 29 games for the Braves last season. FACES FINGERS Meanwhile, Finley, who won an arbitration case with starting pitcher Ken Holtzman earlier in the week, went into another salary showdown Friday with reliever Rollie Fingers. The tall pitcher with the famous handlebar mustache appeared in all four games the A's won in the 1974 World Series and was named the out- standing player in the Series. He was reported to be seeking while Finley has offered Finley said Friday that pitcher Dave Hamilton, who was scheduled for an arbitra- tion hearing next Tuesday, Miller's friends on top SAN DIEGO (AP) said Johnny Miller, "if I can't win, at least it's nice to see my friends up there." Miller, who shot another mediocre 73 and is consider- ing withdrawing from today's third round of the Andy Williams-San Diego Open golf tournament, pointed to Billy Casper as the likely winner of the event. Casper, once Miller's men- tor on the tour and a long-time friend, was tied for the top spot with Rod Funseth, Miller's next-door neighbor in Napa, Calif., and New Zealand's John Lister. All were at 137, seven under par, after two, rounds. Miller, fighting a heavy cold, appeared to be out of the chase at 146. One stroke more and the young man who has won three of his last four starts would have failed to qualify for the last two rounds. "It all depends on what the doctor Miller said. "If it's cold and rainy and he thinks it would be smarter for me to pull I'll do it." CASPER HAPPY Casper, 43 years old and winner of 50 tour titles in a 20- year career, broke into a hap- py, high-stepping dance after holing a 40-yard pitch shot for an eagle that game him a 68 and a share of the lead. Funseth, 41, missed a birdie putt of less than a foot. He did his scoring from long range. He once chipped in, holed a 40- foot birdie putt and eagled the last hole with a 60-foot putt. His 67 was the low round of the cold, windy day. Lister, in the fifth year on the American tour and still looking for his first victory, had an erratic 69 that included six birdies and three bogeys. Veterans Ray Floyd and Phil Rodgers were next at 139, two shots back of the leaders. Each had a 71. Defending champion Bobby Nichols and six others were another shot back at 140. First-round leader Peter Oosterhuis of England blew from an opening 66 to 76. George Knudson of Toronto shot a 74 for a 145 total. had agreed to terms. Hamilton was the sixth among 13 A's players who filed for ar- bitration to settle before getting there. Elsewhere, Baltimore Orioles came to terms with eight players, including pitcher Mike Cuellar and out- fielder Al Bumbry. Cuellar had previously filed for ar- bitration: Jim Bibby, a 19-garae winner, signed with Texas Rangers; the Giants signed outfielders Gary Matthews and Gary Thomasson and in- fielder Bruce Miller; Los Angeles Dodgers signed catcher Steve Yeager, reliever Charlie Hough and in- fielder Lee Lacy; Philadelphia Phillies signed outfielders Mike Anderson, Jay Johnstone, Ollie Brown and pitcher first baseman Mike Martin; the Yankees received the signatures of in- fielders Bob Oliver and Fred Stanley; relief pitcher Mac Scarce and catcher Ron Hodges signed with New York Mets and infielder Dave Rosello agreed to a Chicago Cubs' offer. PONTIAC, Mich. (AP) Former Detroit Red Wings Marty Pavelich and Ted Lind- say head a group trying to buy the National Hockey League club from Bruce Norris for about million, the Oakland Press reported in today's edi- tions. The Press, in a story by sports editor Bruno Kearns, also said the Red Wings could play at a proposed arena in Pontiac if the sale is made. And it said that Norris is interested in possibly getting an NHL expansion franchise for Tampa or Miami, Fla. Short sport JOINS LUTZ TOKYO (API Warren Spahn, a Hall of Fame pitcher who won 363 games in the ma- jor leagues, arrived Friday to help coach Hiroshima Carp of the Japanese Baseball League. Spahn, 53, will be a temporary pitching coach of the Carp, managed by American Joe Lutz, until the start of the Central League season April 4. Spahn and Lutz worked as coaches of Cleveland Indians in the American League 1972 and 1973. TO COACH BURLINGTON BURLINGTON, Ont. (CP) John Pegg has been ap- pointed coach of Burlington- Ancaster Provisioners of the Ontario Fastball League, it was announced Friday by general manager George Bed- ford. Pegg was assistant to Gino Mariutti last year. KUO HAS LEAD MANILA (AP) Kuo Chie- Hsuing of Taiwan fired a five- under-par 67 Friday and grabbed a one-stroke lead after 36 holes of the Philippine open golf cham- pionship. Kuo, the defending Asian golf circuit champion and winner of the 1974 India and Taiwan Opens, had a two- round total of 140. Chen Chien- Chin of Taiwan, the opening round leader, shot a -second- round 73 and slipped into a second-place tie at 141 with Stewart Ginn of Australia. CHANGES FOLIO NEW YORK (AP) Bob Ehlinger, former vice: president and general manager of Philadelphia Atoms, was named Friday as assistant to the commis- sioner and director of public relations for the North American Soccer League. CAREERS REQUIRED PROJECT CO-ORDINATOR -for- C.N.P. DEVELOPMENT PROJECT DUTIES: Develop and implement a comprehensive economic development plan lor each com- munity and for the Pass Region under the supervision of the pro-. ject's Board of Directors. The project coordinator would set up local development committees, put on Business Development courses, be a'liaison between senior government services and the people, display information in each community and have regularly scheduled-visits, assess Ihe assets and constraints for each community and help develop local and regional strategies. QUALIFICATIONS: University degree in Commerce, Economics. B.A., and experience in business and management or equivalent experience and edu- cation. SAURY: Negotiable depending on experience and qualifications. LOCATION: In any one of the Pass communities: I.D. No. 5. Bellevue, Frank. Blalrmore or Coleman. The Crowsnest Pass area has a colourful history and a tremen- dous recreational potential, It is nestled in Ihe southwestern cor- ner ot Alberta along Highway No. 3. Interested applicants should sub- mil resumes and expected salary by February 28, 1975 to: C.H.P. Board ol Dlrtclort VoMrt Trod, Stcrttary Coltmtn, Phont CAREER OPPORTUNITIES AGGRESSIVE SELF STARTER To handle the retail selling of Cargiil Nutrena Feeds out of the Lethbridge Manufacturing plant. A combination of agriculturally oriented education and or experience is preferred. Forward resumes or inquiries to: CARGILL NUTRENA FEEDS P.O. Box 685, Lethbridge Phone 329-4133 T1H OC7 TECHNICAL DIRECTOR FOR ALBERTA AMATEUR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION Responsible for technical development, co-ord- ination and implementation of programs of the As- sociation. The function will require liason with. Gov- ernment, Community and academic authorities. Interested parties may apply to: The President, A.A.H.A. No.3 331 41st Ave. N.E. Calgary, Alberta T2E 2N4 giving full resume of background, references, and salary expected, no later than March 1st, 1975 or Phone 276-4244. Applicants should have a solid hockey and ac- ademic background, preferably in the technical area. PREVENTIVE SOCIAL SERVICE DIRECTOR Required by CITYOFDRUMHELLER A Director is required-to initiate and carry out Preventive Social Serv- ice Programs in Drumheller. This position requires a mature person capable of assessing needs, working co-operatively and communicating effectively with others. The successful applicant will be a highly motivated person with a dedicated interest in people. Training and consultation will be available to the appointee from the Provincial Department and the salary will be commensurate with qualifications. State salary expected. Applicants are requested to respond with a resume of experience and academic qualifications. Applications will be received until Friday, March 7. 1975. Send applications to: Wm. L.Doyle, Chairman, Preventive Social Service Board, Box 1135, Drumheller, Alberta TOJ OYO 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 REAL ESTATE NEW AND USED HOME SALES Well known Western Canadian Home Builder is presently forming a Real Estate Division in Lethbridge. The applicant will sell our new homes, as well as have access to M.L.S. listings and sales of used homes. The applicant is presently, and has been for at least two years, an associate salesman member of the Lethbridge Real Estate Board. Upon employment, the applicant will represent pur Company as an "Associate Designate Member" with the Lethbridge Real Estate Board Co-op Ltd. Our .Company offers an exceptionally high Com- mission structure, plus other generous benefits. We place high value on Salesmanship and Management Potential. All applications are held in strict confidence. Interviews will be held about February 20, 1975. Please send resume to: Box No. 8 Lethbridge Herald FULLY EXPERIENCED Automotive Partsperson for Sales and Stock Control Salary commensurate with experience. Apply in person at HAGEN ELECTRIC LETH. LTD. 1202-2nd Avenue South BOOKKEEPER ACCOUNTANT We require a qualified person to fill this posi- tion In our Medicine Hat dealership. Applicants should have experience In Automotive or Agricultural bookkeeping systems. Salary negotiable. Please apply in writing to: BARRCO EQUIPMENT LTD. 403-33rd St. North, Lethbridge Attention: MR. P. F. WILDE COUNTY of LETHBRIDGE No. 26 214-13 Street South LETHBRIDGE, Alberta THERE IS AN OPENING IN THE COUNTY OF LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FOR A Receptionist-Stenographer-Cashier While experience is desirable, it is not absolutely necessary. Employment to start immediately, or by March Application forms and details are available at the above address. Applications will be accepted to p.m. February 18, 1975. (Signed) R.E. Grant, County Manager 214-13 Street South Lethbridge, Alberta FOOD AND BEVERAGE Newly opened fully modern Motor Hotel requires an experienced food and beverage to assume total responsibili- ty for all food and beverage operations. Reporting to the General Manager, the successful applicant will have complete responsibility for the hiring, training and supervision of all staff in the tavern, dining room, coffee shop and lounge. Applicants should possess substantial experience in a similar function within the hospitality industry. This position offers an attrac- tive salary coupled with a management incentive plan., To explore this opportunity in complete confidence, please sub- mit full resumes to: HERITAGE MOTOR HOTEL Box 100 TABER, Alberta Attn: General Manager THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE Requires AN INSTRUCTOR IN THE DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT ARTS DUTIES: Undergraduate Instruction in Management and participation in the development ol the program. QUALIFICATIONS: Terminal degree in related disciplines with teaching experience preferred. SALARY: Commensurate with qualifications and experience. DATE OF APPOINTMENT: July 1.1975 for a one year terminal appointment. Please ipply In writing to: The Dean Faculty ot Arts and Science, University of Lethbridge 4401 University Drive LETHBRIDGE. Alia. T1K 3M4. YOUR FUTURE IS HERE. xHborra PSYCHOLOGIST OR SOCIAL WORKER Alberta Mental Health Services requires a Masters level Social Worker or Psychologist for the Drumheller District to help in providing a community based clinical service. Training and experience In individual and fam- ily counselling and assessments are required. Interest and experience in community work would also be an asset. Candidate should be prepared to reside in the Drumheller District. Appointment salary dependent upon qualifications and experience. Competition Number: W8112-C-1. Closing Date: February 25, 1975. 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 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 LAC LA BICHE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 51 Applications are invited for the position of SECRETARY-TREASURER Background in School or Municipal adminis- tration desirable. Must be experienced in all phases of accounting including budgeting and financial statements; experience in PAB an asset. Present budget in the vicinity of three million dollars. Duties to commence on or about April 1, 1975. Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. Submit ap- plicatidns to the undersigned. A.E.Clarke Secretary Treasurer P.O. Box 870 Lac La Biche, Alberta Phone: 623-4414 PREVENTIVE SOCIAL SERVICE DIRECTOR Town of Vegreville A Director is required to carry, out Preventive Social Service Programs in this region. Duties will include community organization service co-ordination, public relations, Jnterpretation of philosophy and administration of the overall "program. Applicants should have experience and skill in community work and a dedicated interest in people. The successful candidate may have a professional degree in any variety of disciplines (i.e. social work, psychology, education, theology, physical education, economics etc.) or an equivalent combination of education and experience. The person must have demonstrated a good level of maturity and history of involvement of achievement in community affairs. This is a challenging opportunity for an imaginative approach to create and develop: community re- sources, community services, and the use of volunteers in the area of family and individual service. Training and consultation will be available to the appointee from the Provincial Department and the salary will be commensurate with qualifications. State salary expected. Applications will be received up to p.m. Friday, thought to be 'the same ministrator. GarnetJ. Burnt tad Municipal Adminittrator, Town of P.O. Box 640, Allmla_____________ AmouToes Lfithbricjge Centner Applications for Full and Part Time staff are now being ac- cepted for our new Lethbridge Store opening August of this year. Apply in person or by writing to the Canada Manpower Centre, '418 7th Street South Lethbridge, Alberta. ;