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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Newspaper Baron Purchases Papers In Newfoundland ST. JOHN'S, MM. (CP) The Telegram, Newfoundland's biggest daily, and Tlic Western Stiii- of Corner Brook have been sold to Thomson Newspapers LUI. of Toronto, it was an- nounced here. A joint statement by St. Clair SOUTHERN ALBERTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY CALGARY, ALBERTA INSTRUCTORS CHEF INSTRUCTOR (Garde Mange) This Instructor is required to present lectures and demon- strations to Apprentices and diploma students in Com- mercial Cooking. Applicants should hovo a thorough knowledge of professional cooking with an emphasis on Garde Mango Extensive knowledge of buffel and salad work essential. Tho successful candidate Will be required to report on or about August 4, 1970. Competition No. 5501-C-41. Closes July 2, 1970. DENTAL ASSISTING INSTRUCTOR A challenging new position is available for an Instruc- tor to be responsible for the implementation of this new proqrcrn which will have its first intake of 20 students in September 1971. This Instructor will plan the overall program and will be expected to present lectures, demonstrations, and laboratory work in all aspects of Denta! Assisting. Applicants should have a Diploma in Dental Hygiene or equivalent and considerable experi- ence. A related University degree would be an advan- tage. The successful candidate will bo required to report on or about October 1, 1970. Competition No. 5501-C-42. Closes July 2, 1970. SALARY: This will depend upon tho successful candidates training, experience and education. TRAINING: Candidates appointed to these positions who do not have a teaching certificate will ba given an Instructor In-Service Education Course (including orientation) at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology. GENERAL: Instructors at the Institute enjoy approximately two months vacation leave each year, pension fund, opportunities for technical and professional advancement and subsidized medico! and life insurance plans. ENQUIRIES, CORRESPONDENCE AND APPLCATIONS TO: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA Personnel Administration Office Room 1101, John J. Bowlen Building 620 7th Avenue S. W. Calgary 2, Alberta McCabe, executive vicc-prcsi- ilenl and managing director of the Thomson company and members of the Herder family, shareholders and directors of both n e w s p a p e r s, said no changes in management or per- sonnel are contemplated. The statement said the move was made "to broaden the fin- ancial base of the newspapers' operations and to meet rapidly changing technical develop- ments." Purchase price was not dis- closed. The purchases gives the Thomson organization 31 daily newspapers in Canada. It also owns M weeklies. The statement said James M. Herder, 65, is retiring as chair- man of The Telegram's board of directors effective July 31. CONTINUES AS PUBLISHER Hubert C. Herder, 13, presi- dent for the last two years, will continue as publisher. Stephen R. Herder, 41, contin- ues as general manager. Wallace McKay, previously general manager cf The West- ern Star, becomes publisher. The Telegram, founded in 1879 by James M. Herder's father, W. J. Herder, is Newfoundland's oldest newspaper. It now employs more than 200 and has a circulation of Monday to Thursday and Fridays, when the weekend edi- tion is published. The Western Star, bought by ttie Herders from Bowaters Newfoundland Ltd. in 1954, has about 70 employees. rp ice lap Golf Club For Beer WAGGA WAGGA (Reu- ters) marching mice of the Australian outback now are slaking their thirst with beer. Armies of hungry rodents, previously seen gnawing away at concrete, electric cables, sheep fleece and even pop-up toasters, tapped the most accessible source of beer at a golf club near here, the plastic pipes leading from the cellar to tile bar. Kising consumption and dwindling returns led to an official investigation. "The mice had eaten through a beer line in three a club official said. WHEN YOU INVEST MOMEY, YOU DIRECT TO MAKE MONEY, IS THAT KIND OF DEAL! You can make more money without the headaches by casting YOUR FUTURE with GOLDEN BROASTIE, the SEMI- AUTOMATED FRIED CHICKEN TAKE-OUT SHOPS, that let you take home the PROFITS. Our COMPLETE FRANCHISE PROGRAMME starts with a hand picked location and fol- lows through with full advertising, merchandising and pro- motional support year after year. Our chicken is prepared by a unique patented process and is the best you ever lasted. The operation is sweet, simple and profitable, re- quiring a modest cash investment of only Many Golden Broasties are already in operation, but several choice areas are still cvailable. Get oil the details by writing to (including phone DIRECTOR OF MARKETING BROASTIE INTERNATIONAL LTD. Suite 800, 1315 de Maisonneuye Blvd. West Montreal 107, Quebec or phone collect: (514) 849-1136 Daily weekday circulation is and for the weekend Saturday edition. Tiie newspaper hcgan publica- tion as a weekly in 1900 and be- came a daily in 1352. The statement said (lie change of twncrship of The Tel- egram "marks a change in Uie long tradition of publishing and in the traditions ot the Herder family." Four generations of Herders have worked at the newspaper and seven sons and grandsons of the founder became company director's. James M. Herder, only sur- viving son of the founder, be- came chairman of the board in 1968. He went into the news- paper business in 1925. His son, 'V. J. (Jim) Herder became a director last month. Hubert C. Herder lias been with The Telegram since 1935. Stephen R. Herder joined the newspaper in 19-15 and worked mainly in the editorial field be- fore being appointed general manager two years ago. The province's only other daily is The News, a St. John's morning newspaper. The News, which publishes five days a to a daily circulation of LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSStTER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 tower Floor 517 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 -Saturday, Juno 70, 1970 THE ICTHBRIDCE HERALD Former Elk Ruler Pmried CALGARY (CP> Funeral services were held Friday for Frederick Newton Hancy, a for- mer grand exalted ruler of tho Elks Lodge of Canada who died Wednesday at the age cf 82. Born in Wingham, Ont., Mr. Hatiey moved to Calgary in 1910. He was prc.skh'nt of tho Alberta E 1 k s' Association it) 19-10 and was chosen grand exalted ruler in 1915. 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