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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta winy Ann Landers Dear Ann You are the only person in this whole world who can help me. Please don't let me down. I arn an 11-year-old girl. Whenever my folks go out for an evening they hire a sitter. This is very embarrassing. I don't need to have anyone sit with me. I can sit by myself just fine. Some of my girlfriends are already taking sitting and here I am still being sat with tell my folks to trust me to stay by myself. I would sure appreciate it. Baby Dear but I can't on the evidence you have provided. You don't say if you live in an apartment or out on a prairie you don't say CAREER OPPORTUNITIES 2 LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS All leads supplied. If you are over 45. had Life Insurance this is an excellent opportun- ity for you. Phone Mr. Baningthwaighte at the Park Plaza Motor Hotel Phone 328-2366 Ext. 370 Use Classified Ads For Fast Results Phone 328-4411 HEAD OFFICE Accountant-Typist Duties- Branch and Secreiary to Gen- eral Manager Location- Fort Macleod Credit Union- members Branches at Fort Claresholm and Vulcan. Credit Union or Banking experience required. Salary depending on experience Apply to- Macleod Savings Credit Union Ltd. Eirt Guiinl Mingtr Box 940. Phono 2344414. Fort Midood AREA REP Livestock Equipment Distributor requires im- mediately an area rep. for a high producing area m Southern Alberta. For des- and selling specialized livestock equip- ment lines. Successful applicant will be self mature and a good communicator. Agricultural background and a successful sales record necessary. Agricultural degree will be an asset. Responsibilities include con- tacting dealers and large livestock producers. Excellent renumeration in the form of Salary Commission and Bonuses Apply in own hand- writing with complete resume. Interview will be arranged. Box Lethbridge Herald Regional Development Consultant BARRHEAD The Alberta Department of Agricultural Development Corporation. This is an advanced pro- fessional position m the specialized agricultural field of agricultural credit and finance The duties involve the administration and promotion of the direct and guaranteed loan program in the region. Including the designing and of specialized regional credit programs involving credit research projects and counselling. Requires a B. Sc. in experience and knowledge of farm management and appraisal must be eligible for membership in A.I A Preference will be given to candidates with training at the Masters level Salary Closes July 1974 Competition number M641-13. Government of Alberta Personnel Administration Office Main Centennial Building 10015 103 T5J OH4 Room 500 Terrace Building T5K 2C1 if you have any younger brothers or sisters These facts would make a big difference If you are a responsible young lady and have been properly briefed on who and how to call in case of and if you have enough sense never to open the door for anyone you don't I'd say that on your 12th birthday your parents should give you the of staying as a Rift. Dear Recently a letter signed On Our complaining about phony mail-order im- plied that most of the people in the mail-order business are crooks As one who is employed by a honorable mail- order I cannot sit idly by and let that impres- sion go unchallenged Our company processes thousands of orders weekly and we take pride in the fact that most of those orders are filled within 48 hours We also have a customer satisfaction guarantee policy with full re- fund of money in deference to all legitimate mail-order please print this letter and let your readers know that many mail-order houses are owned and operated by hard- working people who aren't out to skin anybody. Port Michigan Dear I'm pleased to print your letter and set the record straight I also want to add that most mail-order houses could not possibly sur- vive if they were run by high- binders and crooks The con- sumer advocate groups in this country are becoming mighty alert and proving very effec- tive They in my doing an excellent and we owe them a vote of thanks Dear Ann Landers Nine Kansas City women want you to take something back you said in your column recently Held Over BRIGHT CRYSTAL CHANDELIER Small Town Living With Above Average Wage Meat Cuttor Required For small southeastern town in Alberta. Must possess the ability to process meat cut-wrap-deep freezer meat. Some retail experience preferred 44 hour week Chance of rapid advancement. Michael Clem is CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE Social DIRECTOR The Town of Fort Saskatchewan requires a Preventive Social Services Director to assume the responsibility of initiating community service programs Duties will include community organization and service public relations and administra- tion Applicants should have experience in social and com- munity affairs and a dedicated interest in the citizens. Persons without degrees in any discipline will also be considered This is a challenging opportunity for an Imaginative approach to create and develop community resource services and the use of volunteers in the area of family and individual services. Training and consulta- tion will be available to the appointee from the Provin- cial Department. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications. Applicants should provide detailed per- sonal resume and state salary expected. Applications will be received to July 1974. B. V. Bawd Municipal Administrator Town of Fort SatkatoclMwan P.O. Box Fort Alborta IPO Add a dramatic touch to your hall or dining room' Elegant 2-tier crystal chandelier features 5 crystal chains and 15 2-jewel drops Set on a beautiful scrolled brass finish frame About diam Save Toaster oven toasts bread or frozen pastries. Controlled heat to Pull-down door with large _ ftft removable grille and crumb tray Chromed body. Reg. Door chime kit contains 'Facet' 'Sesame' 30' twin bell wire and hardware. Ideal for apartment dwellers. Save Space-saving 3-light pole lamp with White plastic bullet shades on Brass swivels. Brown and Brass finish centre poles. Extends switch Reg. Save Spun Acrylic swag lamp. diam. ball in Medium Blue or Deep Purple. 12' 15' cord. Complete with switch and frosted bulb. Reg. Kenmore iron. Features 29-hole Teflon- coated soleplate for non-stick see-through water tank and fabric temperature guide-so important for today's synthetics. Save Swag Lamp with classic plain drum shade. No. 86082. Reg. Kenmore 14-speed blender with 1-minute timer. A speed for almost every Features pulse switch for flash AOO AA 48-oz. plastic jar. Stainless steel blades remove for cleaning. Save Table yellow ceramic ginger jar style. No. 81324. Reg. Assorted Table Lamps No. 81537.3 only. Reg. No. 81712. Colonial. 2 only. Reg. No. 81900. Contemporary. 2 only. Reg. No. 81901. Contemporary. 2 only. Reg. ---------------------Simpsons-Sears Ltd. at Simpsons-Sears you get the finest guarantee satisfaction or money refunded Store Hours Open Daily 9-30 am to 5 30 p m Thursday and Friday 9 30 a m to 9 00 p m Centre Villaae Mall Teleohone 328-9231 It just isn't true that every woman who goes into a cocktail lounge is looking to get picked up. most of them are but please make allowances for the ex- ceptions. For nine of us gals have had a bridge club for ten years ninth is a spare in case one of the gals can't make Between us we have nine swell 26 and 37 grandchildren. We are all ac- tive in church Girl Scouting and other communi- ty activities. The other night we went to dinner and the theater and' then decided to end the evening by dropping into a cocktail lounge for a nightcap Nobody was looking to get picked up We just felt like winding up the evening with a drink Please take back what you said. Alice H. Dear 0 K there are and I believe you girls are in the clear When nine unaccom- panied women go into a cocktail it's a little different than when one or two go In YOUR I take it back There is a big difference between cold and cool. Ann Landers shows you how to play it cool without freezing people out in her Sex Ten Ways to Cool Send 50f in coin and a stamped envelope to Ann P.O. Box Illinois 60651. THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE On Campus Evening Degree Program 1974 Fall Semester Complete evening degree programs are offered m six disciplines Majors will be provided in Political Psychology and Sociology Courses from other departments will continue to be offered For further information see below The Faculty of Education offers four and five year programs for the degree Bachelor of Education Ed and a Diploma Program fri Education for B Ed. degree holders. In students may elect a combined five year program leading to both B A and B.Ed degrees DEADLINE FOR AUGUST ANTHROPOLOGY 3020 Political Anthropology ANTHROPOLOGY 3180 Contemporary Indian Cultures in North America ART 2450 Photography I ART 2800 ART 3800 Sculpture II BIOLOGY 2050 Biology and Human Affairs ECONOMICS 2100 Current Canadian Economic Issues in a World Setting ECONOMICS 3010 Managerial Economics EDUCATION 3360 Analysis of Teaching EDUCATION 3670 Cataloguing and Classification EDUCATION 4070 Politics of Education EDUCATION 4120 Psychological Foundations of Early Childhood Education for Teachers EDUCATION 4260 Clinical Supervision EDUCATION 4320 Guidance and Counselling EDUCATION 4360 Seminar for Practising Teachers EDUCATION 4520 Psychology and Education of Children with Primary Learning Disorders I EDUCATION 4550 Language Acquisition and Development EDUCATION 4680 Community Colleges of Canada ENGLISH 3401 Medieval Literature ENGLISH 4500 Creative Wr.tmg GEOGRAPHY 1040 Introduction to Cultural Geography GEOGRAPHY 2750 Polar Lands HISTORY 2710 Canadian History to 1850 HISTORY 4800 Selected Topics in the History of North and South America PHYSICAL EDUCATION 4600 History of Physical Education and Sport PHYSICAL ACTIVITY 1250 Social and Round Dancing and POLITICAL SCIENCE 1000 Introduction to Political Studies POLITICAL SCIENCE 2410 Public Administration POLITICAL SCIENCE 3330 USSR and Eastern European Political Systems PSYCHOLOGY 3850 The Psychology of Crowds PSYCHOLOGY 4500 Counselling Psychology SOCIOLOGY 1000 Beslc Concepts in Sociology SOCIOLOGY 2100 Research Methods I 7-10 p m M 7-10 p m 7-10 pm W 7-10 p.m 7-10 o m 7-10p m M 7-10 p m 7-10p m Op m m. W 7-10 p m 7-10 p m Op m 7-10 p m. M Op m M 7-10 p.m 7-1 Op m M 7-10 p.m p m M 7-10 p.m Th 7-10 p.m 7-1 Op m Op m 7-10 p m M Op m. 7-10 p.m. 7-10p m 7-10 p m. 7-10 p.m M 7-10 p m 7-10 p.m. McDougall Parry Crane Olson Olson Lewis Adel Johnson Twa Hastings Schott Koep Thorlacius Kane Petherbndge Gall Lampard Campbell Mardon Latta Zieber Fletcher Huel Tagg Bowie Little Winchester Rickwood Webkmg Russell Hamilton Dwyer Weaver FURTHER ADMISSION AND Interested persons should contact the Registrar for Information on registration procedures and Application for admission and Registration or Audit Admission may be gained under either the regular admission program or the special mature student procedure which is open to everyone over 19 years of age who does not meet the regular entrance requirements and who has been away from formal schooling for at least one year New or returning students should apply for admission to the office of the Registrar by August 2 1974 For more detailed descriptions of the courses and programs refer to the University Calendai Persons who wish to take courses Interest i e audit not credit can register as Auditors The fee for this Is 00 per course Auditors do not submit assignments sit for examinations nor receive degree credit for the course Under this no academic background is required and no transcripts need be submitted a completed audit registrations form must be submitted to the Instructor for approval Audit forms must ho completed and returned to the Office of the Registrar with appropriate fees Students planning to register for credit who have never been admitted to The University of Lethbridge must ensure that Application Admission forms and other docoments are sub' itted to the Office of the Registrar Application for Admission deadline Is August 2 for the Fall semester ACADEMIC It la Important that all new or seek acadomlc advice concerning their programs and standing It Is advantageous to consult advisors during the weeks prior to the beginning ol but advisors are available to students throughout the year Academic Advising Is coordinated by the office of the Dean By special students In Arts and may take courses for credit through Independent Studies designated numbers are 2990. 3990. In a particular discipline Detailed Information on the availability of such courses may be obtained from the department In which the student wishes to carry out his study The foregoing program must be regarded as the University reserves the right to cancel or substitute for any of the above courses If It considers circumstances so require ;