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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD Friday, July 13, 1973 CAREERS SALESPERSONS Two experienced Agricultural and Utility Sales People Wanted to Sell the CASE Line of Tractors and Tillage Equipment. Guaranteed Wage plus Commission and Car Allowance CALL Lefhbridge Farm Equipment Ltd. 1263-2 AVE. SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-4494 TOP RATE FURNITURE FINISHER and TOUCH-UP PERSON Required for Steady Employment Starting Salary per week Must own car. All Company Benefits. Apply IP: LEON'S FURNITURE LTD. 6909 MACLEOD TRAIL CALGARY, ALBERTA SHOP FOREMAN FOR LOCAL FARM EQUIPMENT and MACHINERY MANUFACTURER Must be experienced in this field and able to work well with other people artd work without supervision. Salary negotiable to experience: only experienced parties need apply. Apply fn person to VIGORY EQUIPMENT LTD. 920 2nd AVE. 'A' NORTH, LETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-4389 COUNTY OF CAMROSE, NO. 22 Requires An ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT Candidate should posses training and successful teach- ing experience at the elementary school level with an em- phasis in the areas of reading and mathematics. Competency and experience are required in diagnosis of reading and mathematics problems, in prescribing re- mediation, and in individualized program planning, imple- mentation and evaluation. Graduate training in the fields of elementary reading and mathematics, an asset. Successful candidate will serve as Co-ordinator of a system-wide project with specific duties as outlined in E.O.F. proposal. Further information re this proposal available from County of Camrose. The position will also involve, to a degree, such tasks as are normally assumed by central office administrative per- sonnel. Duties to commence on or about September 1, 1973. Salary to be determined in accordance with qualifications and experience. Applicants shall apply in writing and in- clude a complete resume of training, experience and refe- ences. Applications will be received by the undersigned on or before p.m., August 10, 1973. Selection Committee, Assistant Superintendent County of Camrose, No. 22 5402 48A Avenue Camrose, Alberta MANAGER OF DEALER CONSUMER RELATIONS This is a challenging position in a growth industry Home location: Claresholm, Alberta. Responsibilities include all aspects of Consumer and Dealer Relations (ie. Direction of Warranty; Con- trol of Producton Scheduling; Shipping; Field Set-Up of Company It entails supervision of 4 key supervisors and their staffs. The> suitable applicant will possess appropriate educatonal qualifications, be a good oral and wrt- ten communicator and have several years of super- visory experience in production control. Experience in the Mobile Industry would be an advantage. Salary and benefit program are attractive. Please submit a detailed resume of qualifications, experence, employment and salary history, in strict confidence to: Mr. C. B. Thomas, Personnel Officer Safeway Shelter Systems Ltd., Post Office Box 970 Claresholm, Alberta HELP WANTED! EXPERIENCED DIESEL MECHANIC TOP WAGES-FULL COMPANY BENEFITS PLEASANT WORKING CONDITIONS to------ INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES AND SERVICE 304 STAFFORD DRIVE, UTHBRIDG! PHONE 327-3125 LEAVES BOARD COALDALE (HNS) Bryan F i n n i g a n recently resigned from the Coaldale Library board. Residents will be given an opportunity to indicate their interest and willingness to serve on numerous committees, boards or commissions appoint- ed by the town council. CHECK FOR PERMITS COALDALE po- lice commission was requested by town council to co-operate in checking houses under con- struction for building permits. Prosecutions are in order if the necessary building permit has not been obtained prior to any construction. COLEMAN (CNP Bill Skura, president of the Coleman local of the United Mine Workers of America, has announced that plans have been completed for the annual miners' picnic. It wiU be held Sunday, July 22, at Knowles Ranch, north- west of Coleman and will begin at p.m. Top student Miss Lori Marra of Blafr- more has been named "stu- dent of the year" of the Isabelle Sellon School, Blairmare. Watson athlete of year BLAffiMORE (CNP Bureau) A recent awards day, held at the Isabelle Sellon School here, was well attended and saw Miss Lori Marra named "student of the year." Bobby Watson was named "male athlete of the year" and Miss Carol Brecht received the "female athlete of the year" award. Highest academic achieve- ment awards went to Lori Koin- berg and Lynn McDonald of Grade 7, Pemke Van Delft, Grade 8, and Denise Buckna, Shannon Kenney and Gerard Dcbek, of Grade 6. Subject awards went to Gerard Dobek for Grade 6 math, Shan- non Kenney, Grade 6 science, Denise Buckna, Grade 6 social studies and language arts, Danny Holmgren, Grade 7 mathematics, Tammy Upham, Grade 7 science, Wendy Bodio, Grade 7 language arts, Femke Van Delft, Grade 8 language arts, Carol Brecht, Grade 7 sci- ence and to Karen Dobek for Grade 8 math. Th girls' "running bathtubs' team took the girls intramura iouse kague championship. Players included Inos PolineDi. Melvina Horn, Donna Morency, Kerri Fontana, Leanne Bernar- do, Pat Mulroy, Crystal Ritchat, Carol Brecht, Captain Sally Horn, Femke VanDelft. Carol Lindholm and Joan Radford. The boys' "Falcons" team took the male house league event and players were Larry Trudeau, Shawn Walmsley, Danny Holmgren, Brian Van- derkley, Cam Scott, Donald Godin, Jack Collings, captain Rick Maillot, Rob Tymchyna, Leon Paquette, Doug Bergen, Jim Colucti, Brent Balog and David Finn. iani pioii Girl Guides plan to camp FORT MACLEOD (Special Mrs. Racifle Ellis of Cham- pion is bringing 42 Girl Guides to the camp north of here for National Camping Day Wed enesday, July 18. All camps across the nation are holding similar ceremonies at p.m. The purpose of the day is to unite all camping programs and to make the public aware of organized children's camp- ing. l-' FROM HOLLAND COWLEY (HNS) Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Driezen, northeast of Cowley. are Henk Croezen and son Arien. Mr. Croezen, Mrs. Driezen's brother, comes from Ens, North Oosipolder, Hol- land. A master welder, he is employed as foreman of a large manufacturing concern which produces huge dryers used for drying grass, fertili- zer, or olher substances that require drying for sale. Mr. Croezsn and Arien are enjoy- ing life on a western farm. Haying is in full swing and Mr. Croezen is busy with a bale wagon to help his brother-in- jlaw. Sears SATURDAY SPECIALS STARTS A.M. LADIES' POLYESTER PANTS Polyester pull-on pants, false cuff. Colours in white, blue, brown, navy and beige. Size 10-20 Ladies' Sportswear T-Shirt Clearance and Assorted colours and patterns. Sleeveless and short sleeve. Sizes 38 to 42. Ladies' Sportswear Handbags Totes Reg. Vz PRICE Vinyl or straw bags in white only. Ladies' Accessories Pee. Bathing Suit Reg. to Oft Sizes 10-44. Assorted prints and plains. Ladies' Sportswear Straw Hats Reg. 99c to PRICE 50', 6-50 Ladies' Accessories 2 Pee. Swim Suits 4 Size 8-18. Assorted prints and plains, Ladies' Sportswear Reg. Professional Swim Fins Lightweight and comfortable. Small, medium and large. Small and medium. Reg. 2.49 Large Reg. 2.98 Limited quantity In some sizes. Sports Centre 2 Pee. Swimwear Separates Reg. 3' 8 only. Choose your size to fit. ladies' Sportswear Soapstone Figures 444 Reg. Carvings mounted on wooden base. Stationery. Dept. Can Can Paitty Hose Reg. Day Sheer. Sized average, tall and X-tall. Fashion colors. Ladies' Hosiery Soapstone Figures Reg. 2 carvings mounted on large wood base. Stationery Dept. Slippers and Slipperettes Reg. PPRICE 2.oo 3.00 Virtylr feather and fancy in gold and silver. Ladies' Hosiery Diaper Duck Reg. Easiest way to clean soiled diapers. Children's Wear Beach Towels Reg. OFF Regular Wide range of bright colors and patterns. Convertible Tote Bag Reg. 3 The ideal baby care tote bag for travelling. Children's Wear Arlington Electric Blanket Completely washable. Non-allergenic. Seconds in weave only. Twin 14.99 Double 17.99 Queen 21.22 Beading and linen New Cora Bedspread Reg. 3 Singles, Blue Floral. 12 only. Drapery Viscose Area Rugs 9x12. Level loop construction. Assorted colors. Floor Fashion Broadloom Mats Reg. 27x48. Armbuster weave with a wool, ev- Icn, nylon blend. Assorted patterns. Floor Fashions 19" B.B.I. Kettle Reg. Lifetime rustproof porcelain finish. 4 heat control vents. Hovsewarts Cross Olive Crystal Butter Dish Reg. Chine Campfire Toaster Reg. 2 Toasts tasty meals in minutes. Home wares Oval Brass Planters Reg. 2 Grayline Platter Racks Reg. 99 Ends big platter storage problems. House wares Wine Making Kits Reg. 6 only. Sears light Bulbs Pkg. contains watt or watt. Ewtrical Coleman Fuel Reg. 59c Especially blended for Colemon appli- ances. Sports Centre Polyethelene Fishing Net 99 Reg. Bow size with elastic cord. Boys' T-Shirts Reg. Short sleeve, polyester blend. Size 8-16. Wear 1 Simpsons-Soars Ud.- Boys' Denim Shorts I Contrast stitching. Sizes 8-16. Beys' at Sfrnpsons-Seare you geft flnett satisfaction or money refunded and free delivery STORf HOURS: Opwt Defy from a.m. to Thursday end Friday a.m. 9 p.m. Centra Village Mail Telephone 328-9231 ;