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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE UTHEEUDGE HEKAtD Saturday, July 14, 1773 EDMONTON (CP> Pre- mier Peter Lougheed says he soon expects to hear a request from Agriculture Minister Hugh Horner for an increase in the authorized capital of the Agriculture Devel- opment Fund. Mr. Lougheed, who cut the ribbon on a Northern Agriculture fund key to success Alberta Dairy Pool cheese fac- tory, said financing was one of the keys in encouraging agri- culture-oriented secondary in- dustry in rural Alberta, The premier said the success of the development fund is in- dicated by the "justified con- cern" about delays in process- ing loan applications when the fluid is "swamped" with re- quests. The cheese factory, which will employ 24 persons, was built with the assistance of a potentially forgiveable Joan under the old industrial incentive program established by the former Social Credit government. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES WANTED IMMEDIATELY Retired or semi-retired couple capable of managing first class high-rise apartment complex. Must be experienced in all phases of management, including ranting, rent collection, maintenance and upkeep. We will interview only experienced and: capable applicants. Apply to: BOX 60, HERALD Stating all particulars. MANAGER OF DEALER CONSUMER RELATIONS This is a challenging position in a growth industry (Mobile Home location: Claresholm, Alberta. Responsibilities include all aspects of Consumer and Dealer Relations (ie. Direction of Warranty; Cor 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 juper- 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 Clareshoim, Alberta lethbridge Community College invites applications for following position FULL-TIME CO-ORDINATOR OF ATHLETICS and is responsible for the athletic program and provides coaching duties for one of the following athletic teams: MEN'S BASKETBALL WOMEN'S BASKETBALL BADMINTON MARCHING DRILL TEAM EQUESTRIAN DRILL TEAM Bachelor's degree, Athletic Director experience at College or University level, post-secondary high school coaching ex- perience with qualifications and ex- perience APPLICATION DEADLINE-July 31, 1973 Interested persons should apply for the standard Ap- plication for Employment form to: Director of Personnel Lethbridge Community College Lethbridge, Alberto Telephone 327-2141, Ext. 216 lethbridge Community College invites applications for the following position JOURNALISM CO-ORDINATOR INSTRUCTOR DUTIES Co-ordinate al! student field work, College newspaper and contributions of external lecturers; assist end participate in classrcom instruction; foster ond maintain close relations with news- paper industry; advise on composition of future program. degree in Communications plus experience in Journalism SALARY Commensurate with experience and qualifi- cations. APPLICATION DEADLINE July 31, 1973 Interested persons should apply for the standard Ap- plication for Employment form to: Director of Personnel Lethbridge Community College LETHBRIDGE, Alberta Telephone 327-2141, fxf. 216 INSURANCE Interesting career available with expanding and progres- sive general insurance com- pany in Culgary. Nof sales. Grade 12. Please send in conrfence to MR. J. MURPHY, ROYAL INSURANCE GROUP 520 5 Ave. S. W. CALGARY, ALBERTA AUCTION MARKET MANAGER To start August 15. Licenced and Bonded Auctioneer With mobile home preferred. Deadline for July 20. Wages and Commissions negotiable. STAVELY LIVESTOCK CO-OP LTD. STAVELY, ALTA. GENERAL MANAGER WANTED Capable of talcing care of operations of ready mix con- crete and sand ond gravel business. Must have knowledge of construction work, ready mix con- crete and accounting. Ability to manage men and deal with customers. Applications by letter stating previous experience, ad- dress and phone ncmber. ADDRESS APPLICATIONS TO. OTTO HAHN, BOX 189, CLARESHOLM Mark "PERSONAL." All Applications In Strictest Confidence SALESPERSONS Two experienced Agricultural and Utility People Wanted to Sell'the CASE Line of Tractors and Tillage Equipment. Guaranteed Wage plus Commission and Car Allowance CALL Lethbridge 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 tO: LEON'S FURNITURE LTD. 6909 MACLEOD TRAIL CALGARY, ALBERTA SHOP FOREMAN FOR LOCAL FARM EQUIPMENT and MACHINERY MANUFACTURER Must be experienced in this field anJ ub'e work well with other people and work without supervision. Salary negotiable to experience: only experienced parties need apply. Apply in person to VICTORY EQUIPMENT LTD. 920 2nd AVE. 'A' NORTH, LETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-4389 HELP WANTED! EXPERIENCED DIESEL MECHANIC TOP WAGES FULL COMPANY BENEFITS PLEASANT WORKING CONDITIONS Apply to INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES AND SERVICE 304 STAFFORD DRIVE, LETHBRIDGE PHONI 927-3125 I TARR DIRECTOR As D.rector, Trcoty R.gnts ond Research, Ir.ciion Association of Alberto, you will od- m.nu'cr the program o> loid out by Jhs Boord of D.rcctors to conduct both orol ond orcnrvoi rcseorch into the Righss of Alberto Indions under Treaty Responsibilities will include insuring thot policies related to the program ore odr-ercd to. momtoinmg direct feedback the Executive Director on progress of program- super- vising ond directing itoff location- Edmonton QUALIFICATIONS yvon reiwch obilit.et, excellent tomnumicot.on OnlVob.I.r, ,o work with 9.JCLP Tfe0ty SPCOk guage would be on asset. Salaryi Negotiable send resume by July 31, 1973, to: INDIAN ASSOCIATION OF ALBERTA No. 203 11710 Kingsway Avenue EDMONTON 25G OX5 ALBERTA DIAL 328-4411 FOR HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS o i O O O u O O O u O O O O O u O O O u O O O u PUBLIC NOTICE WOOLCO WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY JULY 16 UNTIL A.M. WE'LL EVE WATCHING THE Whoop-up Days Parade Von't you join us! THESE SPECIALS IN EFFECT MONDAY, JULY A.M. TO P.M. ONLY Time Specials TIME SPECIAL a.m.-l p.m. CIGARETTES Choose from assorted popular brands in reg- ular or King size, limit 2 cartons per custom- er. carton TIME SPECIAL to p.m. LADIES' "LEVIS" JEANS 700% heavy weight cotton denim with flare legs, zipper front and patch pockets. Navy denim only. Sizes 7 to 15. pair TIME SPECIAL to p.m. MEN'S WESTERN SHIRTS Made from 65% poly- ester and 35% cot- ton for a permanent press finish. Authen- tic styling with long sleeves and pearl snaps. Sizes each TIME SPECIAL to p.m. BRENTWOOD BAR-B-QUES 18" rolled edge round bar-b-ques. They stand on tripod legs and have an adjustable grill. Orange enamel finish. each 4.44 KODAK 35 MM HIM Choose from Kodachrome X or II with 36 exposures. Processing included in price by 4 1A Kodak. Roll LUGGAGE SETS Three piece luggage sets in Green or Blue, ladies' Vanity has mirror, brush and comb. Set JOY 1IQUID Lemon refreshed dishwashing liquid, 24-oz. size. 74 Each Royalle BATHROOM TISSUE 4 roll pock in colors of Green, White, Yellow and Blue. 4 packages per customer. 1.29 POLAR BLANKETS Lightweight flannelette blankets, ideal for camping. With a pink or blue stripe border. f AA 1.77 Each CHARLEY TRIKES Three styles to choose from with large wheels, sturdy plastic ond a metal frame. CHARCOAL BRIQUETTES Quality "Kinsford" brand bri- quettes are fast starting, long lasting. 20 Ib. bag. 1 AQ larf, 1.70 GARDEN HOSE 50 ft. lengths of plastic hose. Vt in. diameter. Green in 1 color. Each LADIES' PULLOVERS of 100% brushed acrylic in assorted styles and pastel shades. Sizes A S.M.L. for GIRLS' G.W.G. JEANS in Canada of 100% pre- shrunk cotton denim. Flare legs with zipper front, and patch pockets. Navy. Sizes 7 AA 7 to 14. Pair MEN'S AND BOYS' WESTERN HATS These straw hots come in White only. With a wide brim ond ribbon trim. 60 ONLY. Each MEN'S FELT WESTERN HATS Quality hats with a wire rein- forced brim and a ribbon bond. 100 ONLY. Each Boys' Cowboy Boots Boots hove a full leather upper ond composition soles with a riding heel. Fair LAMES' DUTY SHOES lightweight shoes for o woman who is on her feet a lot. With e foam sole ond podded in- sole. come In White A Ajr Pair MEN'S SHRINK AND BASEBALL JACKETS These jackets come in a variety of fabrics. Your choice of plains or plaids. Sizes 36 to 44. Each 7.99 BOYS' WESTERN SHIRTS Authentic "High Country" west- em shirts styled in permanently pressed 65% polyester and 35% cotton. With long sleeves ond pearl snaps. Sizes CT 8 le. Each Infants' Cowboy Boots Man made -with a neo- lite and riding heel styling. Brown or Stock. Pair wooico rnarmocy Operated By Jock Austin Pharmacy