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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHMIDGE HEKAIC MenJay, March I. 1971---------------------------------------------------j 'j M MALE EMPLOYMINT 58 MALE HBP WANTED 61 TEACHERS WANTED 67 SERVICES AND REPA.RS 173 WANTED DANCE TO THE SUN DOWNEM EASY LISfENlNG MuS C, AND OLDTIME. PrIONE iMOJO 56 FARM HELP WANTED RELIABLE MARRIED WANT- ed for mixH farm Acu !o ooera's trucks and r-actilnery Salary com- mensurate with ability House ar.d utilities supplied State your reltrencf Write Box 9, Herald SHS-W WANTED DRIVER SALESMAN :5 io ysars erences reQi'lred and w able. Apply between 9 and 11 a T Lethoridge Laundry. laiS-jrd Avenue Soutt Loco! Food Plant Requires MAINTENANCE MAN LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE tor tre positicn ot BUSINESS EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR Beginning August li, 197! 1 Education- Person with preparation at tre Waster's level ill be given preferential consideration 1 GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO SINGER I machines, corroeten! to OPPORTUNITIES U GARAGE CAFE AND MOTEL ALL in full operation. For furlher inforrna- Bex 6, Bay, BC PUBLIC NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICE jjg ffl.ollps Mrmrc UFADiKirc i TCMnCDC NOTICE OF HEARING AND PROPOSED MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. vices en all makes ot washers tr.a d-yers, au'orratk cr conventional Aieo an "small appliances lav.n .rovers, i I APPLIANCES, 9C5 3rd Avr. S I 327 ________..........- i TENDERS FOR STRAW AND PROPOSED I Tenders sre Imiirt fcr tne supply' DEVELOPMENT CONTROL BY-LAW j Station. Lemsridee. mrt active role ARE YOU A MANAGER' vii i on all or part We 900d working ad- Bv Law 4 170 of I Tenders clcse 0 noon vancement, lop securt v; Stirling has been mTro- Friday, Marcn 12, 1971 S c vWtf t duced into Council 'he By-Law auth- I For furlher Information and quota- lerv.ew phone 326-1704 C i76fl-tt ,f )ne rf fofms c G 5cnoening, FOR SALE SILVER CREST AUTO I Sliflinq to exercise Interim Develop-) Assistant Adminrstrative Olficer, Can Court 10 miles south ot Campceil I ment Control m ee-tam areas of the aaa Agncuir BC on island Highway Prop-1 Viiiaee. it prescribes the manner in Experience 70 GARDENING FOLLY EXPERIENCED MAN WANT ed (or mixed farming be able to operate all modern farm equip- j ment. Top wages to righr rran Single j Sffi HiSf HERALp Duties: To teach Economics, A stating all Qualifies-1 irable FULLY INSURED T3EE SUR- IGEON CUTTING, TRlAUrtlNG, ETC :edes-j PHONE 3232C9J. i73S-tf WANTED RELIABLE SINGLE EX- parleyed farm fiard ADIe 'o operate and maintain farm machinery and j _ manage operations on large Peace River gram farr- Must transportation Wages on of crop cash. For Interview write M. Her- i aid 5S52-13 [ECONOMY TREE AND HEDGE uties- 10 leacr ctonumn.i, TRIMMING Under Works ing and other Business Administration program, we are now able to trl erty is 1 9-1 acres with both hlahway and ocean frontage Four cabins and 900 square foot house for owner. .hich Development Control shall be exercised with the orn a university of equiva- lent standard (rf) have pursued one year's graduate study in 3 field acceptable to the Min- ister either at a university in Alterta st a university of equivalent stan- dard SALARY: Commensurate with qual- ifications and experience. COMMENCEMENT DATE: September 1, 1971, or as arranged. CLOSING DATE: AnplicatlonS to be in the Divisional Office by March 31, 1971 Applications In writing. Including a complete resume of training and ex- perience, should be forwarded to the undersianed Mr. R. E. Congdon, Secretary-Treasurer, Willow Creek School Division No. 28, Box 69, CLARESHOLM, ALBERTA C3260-13Mh Service station for lease in Kimberley. Mechanical exper- ience a benefit. This business is capable of producing a good stable income. TEXACO CANADA LIMITED, BOX 300, NELSON, B.C. PAINTING Interior, extericr painting, C H V or country. Free estimates. Phone 327-8731 nmos. J26J-9M NOTICE NOTICE Take notice that my wife Jeanette having left my bed and board, i wll no longer be responsible for any debts incurred by her. Hillmer. NOTICE TO TENDERERS THE COUNTY OF VULCAN NO. 2 Sealed Tenders for the supply of materials and the construction of As- phaltic Hot Mix Surface for the County cf Vulcan No 2 addressed to the Of- of the Secretary Treasurer, Vul- Alfcerta, will te received rp to Noon, MST, March 17, 1971 follcA'inq ?re the approximate j quantities involved Alternate "A" 1 Full Depth Asphaltlc Hot Plant Mix 5" Deep Tons 2. Hauling Asphaltlc Hot Mix 000 Ton-miles Alternate "B" 1 Full Depth Asphaltic Hot Plant Mix 5" Deep Tons 2 Hauling Asphaltic Hot 000 Ton-miles Alternate "C" 1. Asphaltic Hot Plant Mix. Surface 2" Deep Tons 1 Hauling Asphaltic Hot 000 T miles Copies of the Drawings and specifi- cations may te obtained from the Cal- gary Office of the Consulting Engi- neers upon the deposit of Fifty (5501 dollars, in cheque, made payable to the Engineers. Tenders must be accompanied by a certified cheque or Bid Bond In the amount of Ten (10 per centl per cent of the Tender Prk- payable to the County of Vulcan No 2 Tenderers are required to supply Consent of Surety Form In the amounl equal )o Fifty (SO per cent) per cent of the Contract Sum The Owner reserves the right to informalities in, or relect a.iy or all Tenders, or to accept the Ten- der deemed most favorable In the in- terest of the Owner- Mr. K. H. Gatenby, Secretary Treasurer County of Vulcan No. 2, VULCAN, ALBERTA. Underwood McLellan and Associates _... Hed, Consulting Professional Engineers. Kensington Read N.W., Calgary 42, Alberta. M21 MIXED BLOOD The MelJs of Canada are per- sons of mixed Indian and Euro- pean blood. it umcer. ton- GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) schoal advise Alberts committees are expected to I take an active -ole in the future j shape of education, says Ivan Stonehocker, president of the Alberta Teachers' Associaico. He told the South Peace an- nual teachers' convention such coronittees are essential if educationists are to regain the confidence of the public. Mr Sioneliccker expressed disappointment that home and school associations had wither- ed. "They can psrform a very useful function. I am very dis- appointed they have not had more impact on the local he said. Mr Stonehocker noted that one clause in the home and school association constitution should be modified "It says that the association shall not discuss issues which are he said. "But this kills everything. "People have steered right away from any issues and the associations have become social clubs. These associations should be vitally involved, while the constitution implies that this is Mr. Ston- hocker said. Brave cliill winds with fash- ion bravado in this cape. Take an INSTANT to whip up fashion's newest caper. Use bulky yam, big needles to knil shoit or ?4 cape with separate hood. Pattern 7198: New sizes 10-16 included. FIFTY CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Otnano HAVE BEEN CAST AH forms of metal used today have at some time been melted and cast. OWN A PROFITABLE KOA (CAMPGROUND Become a successful mem- ber of KOA, largest inter- national system of deluxe, family campgrounds. Cash in on the booming crecrion field. Modest invest- ment brings instant cash-flow and strong earnings. Proven operating methods. Choice Canadian areas still avail- able. Write KOA (Canada) ltd., Dept. L, 614 Sixth Ave. S.W., Calgary 1r Alberfa, for fret information. 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES EXECUTIVE SECRETARY This position requires highly respon- sible secretarial work which requires skill In taking and transcribing dicta- tion. Assignments enlail the performance of duties which require trie excercise of considerable Judgement m mat-ng decisions in accordance v.ilh oolicies and practices Performs all secretarial lonlst duties and Final closing date (or appllca March 22 Headquarters Office Stoney Indian Reserv Mortey, Alfcerla In writing to The Executive Director BE A DiSC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elliott tells you hew Phone 328 3636, Columbia School of Broadcasting. 9175-ff New Opportunity ite 'or FREE career Book Tells 1 now to tram at home fcr top pay- Ing _ career career Accountancy career Programming career career and Writing careers School Diploma ENGINEERING CAREERS Srest.f Salary Employment to 1971 Ttnal closing date March 22 Headquarier Stonoy Indian negotiable ommence March 39, I Indian Association of Alberla I 11710 Kingsway Avenue EDMONTON, Alberla i I Specialist Careers S517 !B CANADIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIr-NCE i TECHNOLOGY Offics Reserve 59 MALE FEMALE HELP WANTED Room 34 Adelaide 5t Toronto Ontario Apply in Anting to The Executive Director Indian Association Alberta 11710 Kingsway Avenue EDMONTON, Alberta 'REQUIRED POOL SUPERVISOR Nam 1 v fr- life- I State Qualifications Send replies tc 58 MALE HELP WANTED OF ttlH-tf iERAL LA80S r setting forms for dations Phore Address "5519 B DO YOU LIKE PEOPLE'' me, nelplng j 64 SEWING SERVICES better way of life Tram- Given 170-1 8ARTENDER____ Coun'r "T Y SFljVlr'G AND ALTERATIONS care cf Mrs C. Re'cher Nantor ____ way of life For interview C3767-tf AND HOSTESSES ,p y DRESSVAK1NG. ALTERATIONS ADD' ironmq donp ir my h'.rne 378 SI C N Prone 32S 691] 55J5-73 1 People are the heart of our system 'WANTED Reliable middle, aqea LMnbncJgo R derma nv S D rr- UtVtf WANTED DRIVING INSTRUCTORS MALE 66 PERSONAL or Female Required for LETHBRIUGfc O-jalificrtiors A License, minimi'ii am 71 Orivr rr'ui trr- SUSAN HOLLO. VAY PLEASE- C ALL i CALGARY i'" J CAREER OPPORTUNITIES A Reading Intprnational Cor poration requires o BRANCH MANAGER and SALES SUPERVISORS ED DEES, A I 0 CENTOE PHONE ,-N I NT OP, 7 tor, PTTERR CHIEF ACCOUNTANT ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS division cities juccessful tsi-i'T'' J! For confidential ,vrth Homo Offif- 4end of tn TRANSPORTATION and INSURANCE CO. 160 Blocr St Toronto 5, On'apo aicJ budgetary control TREAT r1 AND ABORIGINAL PIC-HTS RESEARCH srd tn fo-m respons'bio fiscal PREPAID KODACOtOP fhc Executive Director Indian Association of Alberta 11710 Kingsway Avenue EDMONTON, Albert ALBF PT SKIRL r 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS -T'.vr "iENr.'i -1 ind A t i i Sometimes people get the wrong idea about a telephone system All they see are buildings and concrete and wires and banks and banks of elec- tronic equipment set row on row But when you step inside our work- a-day world you'll find our heart Bscause today, in our world, we employ the talents of more people than ever before. Even with all our elec- tronic equipment there are more operators on our staff this year, than last There a lot ol concrete and wire and equipment in a telephone system. But it's all there to help people like our operators make each call a iittla more pleasant, a little faster and 3 lot more convenient And no matter how often serve you there's one Ihmg we'll never be impersonal Because people are the heart ot our system t r, -pRAriNt; wor1 nnnsntp Pnnnft I r-viTf ill) ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES ;