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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -Solurday, U, 1972 THE LE1HBRIOGE HERALD -It '.J> Elected city's first woman mayor S "1 M Ont. V the highest number of f v of controllers -seeking thereby automati- becoming deputy mayor. former mayor Fred 1 was stricken by a attack after only six 1 4 in office, she assumed mayoral duties while con- r to work as a control- SEVEN SISTERS WANT A HOME The Ontario Children's Aid Society find a home for these seven smiling sisters, aged six to 13. From left APPROACH Monique, 7; Pauline, 6; Diane, 13; Lucfenne, 12; Nicole, 10 and Suzanne, Jlr. Gosnell resigned lome can be found for them they are living in the society's family March C, Mrs. Bigelow was thrown into the spotlight the fnvored contender QUALITY DRY of her knowledge of council and what other con- saw as her sometimes BY THE approach to settling differences between council 8 (NORMAL two ballots by city Mif-tn PRE-SPOTTED AND jl J AFTER-SPOTTED BY OUR ATTENDANT FAST rates NEW YORK CAP) Two major New York banks. were needed to decide thai Mrs. Bigelow should become mayor. How successful will she be fls miiyor? -USUALLY City Bank and hard to -NO NEED TO Co., announced said in an interview -LEAVE YOUR LOAD WITH US -WE'LL DO IT FOR YOU AND HANG IT UP -CALL BACK LATER INDIVIDUALITY YOUR LOAD IS DONE IN ITS OWN DRY floating prime lending rates would be raised to -Hi per cent from per cent, effective Monday. Last week Citibank tipped night. "The future depends on how much council gives in letting me delegate work and attendance at social functions." Parkside Coin-Op rale from 41s per cent, the first upward change since las t July, but Ir vin g lo devote all her time to her new job, she quickly resigned her position Dry Clean at 4Vi per a vice-president of the Ontario New Democratic Party FIRST IN IETHBRIDCE WITH COIN-OP DRY CLEANING 2634 South Parkside Drive For Further Informalion Phone 327-08] 1 p.m. WEEKDAYS p.m. FOR HEALTH In Alberta residents paid tire equivalent of per capita for health "it would not be possible to continue that work while Mayor Bigelow met her husband, Charles, now a profes- Housewife hits top of political ladder Where does an on -campus Canada Manpower Cenlre put industry in touch with career -ready people? Salt? As a Salt student you'll lind thai our "career campus" philosophy goes all the By agreement with Ihe Canadian government, a manpower centre olfice is located right on campus. Sail's programs and courses simulate the way of life you'll find in your chosen career. You "learn by doing" under actual career conditions. Then, Sail's Canada Manpower Centre Student Placement Office is ready to put you in touch with business and industry and them in touch with you. Are you "career A Sail career aptitude interview will help you make certain that you select Ihe right program. For further information, DIAL CAREERS: 28-5-8413. SOUTHERN ALBERTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY April f4 April 15 1-3 scr at the University of West- ern Ontario, in high school. Both went to the University of Toronto where tbe mayor majored in physical educa- tion. Slie obtained a teacher's certificate at the Ontario Col- lege of Education and taught in high schools in various cit- ies both before and after her marriage in 1954. After leaving her Toronto home, she taught in Ottawa. Stic moved to Hamilton after her marriage, then to Copen- hagen for a year while her husband worked on his docto- rate, to New York "because Charlie got a job to Edmon'on where Prof. Bige- low joined the University of Alberta, to Tallahasse, Fla., for a few months, and finally to London seven years ago, Her unsuccessful NDP canditlate for London North in the last provincial el- ection, says he's "proud of "1 don't mind coming home a half-hour earlier to look after the kids f David II, Ann he added. "In my pro- fession I can do some work at home. I'm free to cope with "1 SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS LETHBR1DGE CATHOLIC SCHOOLS To cciry oul duties of executive officer of Ihe Beard In line with general practice in ihe Province of Alberta. Mini- mum qualifications include ihe following: 1. Tea 2. 5 years leaching experience 3. A University degree 4. One year's graduale work Storting dale end salary 1o be negotiated, Apply by May 1, 1972. For further information phone or write R. A, Kimmitt, Superintendent of Schools. Apply to the Chairman of the Board. Meuk your envelope Confidential. THE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD Lellibridge Catholic Sehooli 534 18lh Street Soulh Leltibridge, Alberta the chief accountant lias Tiod sound experience in indusrrjtil accounting posilfom wirh mccKum sized He nred nol be professionally qualified but must fiave demon- si ta fed hfi effec riven ess in mamfainfng a system or" current and accurate accounting records and reporls. The career, In Prmco George, British Cofumbia, fs wilh Of] established equipment manufacturing company. Reporting to the General Manager, tho successful ton- tiidatc will assume full responsibility for oil accounting nnd administrative] fund ions. Tliij is on opportunely for an experienced accountant to a 11 a in his career obfeclives. Relocation assistance be provided. Reply in strict confidence 1o: J. C. Cliarlres, kafes, peat, marwick ax 900 West Hastings Street Vancouver 1, B.C. Halifax Montreal Ottawa Toronto Winnipeg Calgary Edmonton Trinidad v- Sat inlay riraii V J Celebrate. Because on Sunday you canfc, phone long distance in Aljiijia for 3 minutes or less whenrylrtpi dial direct o Sunday-50 rolls around happens t from Saturday midnight to Monday, 6 a.m., twelve months a year. You can dial anyone in Alberta from anywhere in Alberta, and, all it costs is half-a-buck or less for three great minutes. But you must dial direct. Or, if ODD isn't in your area, you can call station-to-station at the same low rates. 'Sundsy-SO rtltt da not tppty la ptiton-to-ptrscn, coflecl, third parly billing, :mi ehsrge, pey phont art! emit. Trans-Canada Telephone Syslem ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES ;