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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 65 HELP WANTED Ha ousrantH you In Rial but wt can give you honest to your BLOCK 6ROS. CAREERS IN REAL ESTATE BLOCK BROS. NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE LTD. For personal Interview call Frank Tinordl et 328-1W4 327-3478 CM14-H PROGRAM SUPERVISORS Applications invited tor the follow- ing positions Supervisors for playground and day camps, Garre Skills, Music SENIORS University or College or over 18 years of age. JUNIORS Senior High School or 17 Years of age. For applications contact the PERSON- NEL OFFICE, CITY HALL or YWCA at 604 8th St. S. or COAAMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT, 122 5th Ave. S. Applications will not be accepted after 71 TEACHERS WANTED County of Vuican No. 2 Requires MUSIC TEACHER Te te located In County Central High School In the town of Vulcan. Must be able to serve at a bandmaster for band presently In operation. INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION TEACHER To provide Instruction In graphic arts, electronics and autom> Ives. For either position forward complete resume to: Superintendent of Schools Box 180 Vulcan, Alberta ROTOTILLINS J4M417 or 3M-M21. FRANK'S ROTOTILL1NG. ervice. Phone 32I-73W. 7, 1973. C9141-4 Canada's fastest growing retail business has opening for COMMISSION SALES PEOPLE IN THE SEWING MACHINE AND APPLIANCE DEPARTMENTS Preference will be given to those perienced and knowledgeable of the above, or closely related area. We can offer you an opportunity for acove average income and a wide range of benefits, including a 37Vi Mur work v.eek Apply in person 1o PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT SIMPSONS- SEARS CENTRE VILLAGE MAIL 72 LICENCED KINDERGARTENS, NURSERliS KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 328-2835. Baby Centre C40W LAKEVIEW KINDERGARTEN partment of education approved. Now acceptina registration for 1973-74 term. Phone Mrs. Cutforth at 327-8857 or Mrs. at 327-3904. 1485-5 76 SEWING SERVICES WOMEN'S, M E N' S CHILDREN'S Made in my home. Phone :27-97I7. 904-ISmy DRESSMAKING AND ALTERATIONS, IN MY HOME. U12 2nd AVE. A N. PHONE 328-4911. 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER. GROUPS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS ETC. PHONE 328-2647. C495M THE VARIETY MEN "Music For Everyone" PHONE DON 327-J888 OR DEL 327-M14 970-7SM' 78 LOST AND FOUND ONE BIG BLACK FLUFFY TOMCAT Lost. Phone M7-3W5. 1550 I FOUND GM KEY, IN FRONT O I-curling ri.ik. Owner may claim a classified Dept, Lethbridge Herald I X3310- 66OFFICE, CLERICAL RECEPTIONIST V. e require an individual v.'iin a good personality and telephone vcice wno enjoys meeting In addition to answering the phone end rieslirg "hs public the job consists of so-ne typing and running the 1elex Acnly DUCAN INDUSTRIES LTD., 323-7765. C9124-3 67 RESTAURANT, HOTEL WORKING MOTHER REQUIRES responsible person for baoys'ttinci. Live in preferred. Un wed mother wel- come. 328-0322. 14C6-3 GOLDEN BRIDGE RESTAURANT Rr- quires WAITRESS WAITER. Araly In person. Mr. Henry Yee. Phone 328-2525. C91SMO EXPERIENCED Apply in person to Majorette Restau- rant 612 3rd S. 'We are ciofcd on Sundays and holidays) C9171-9 68 DOMESTIC WANTED BABYSITTER TO COME ;n _ phone Mane, 327-WM, af'er 5 p.m. 1664-4 WANTED CONSCIENTIOUS PER- son to take full cnarqe of two children from May 17 lo September Phone 859-2388, Waterton for interviews. 1812-5 79 PERSONAL AFRICAN VIOLETS, COME SEE HO pants. Others for sale. Phone 328-5798 1 181- THE YOGA OF THE sound current for hlghlv en'ich'enin bock send SI to Box 1053, Lethfc'idq Winnipeg in 1924 after her mar- riage and later moved to Leth- bridge where she has continu- ed to reside until her passing. Besides her loving husband she is survived by one son Vaughan S. Giffen of Lethbridge and two grandchildren. The funeral service will be held on Friday at 3 p.m. ir Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13 St. N., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will follow Cemetery, their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N. In lieu of flowers Uiose who wish may donate to tte Dorothy Gooder School, 1805 9th Avenue N. MARTIN BROS. LTD., DJrectori of the suiting basis, engineering and companies already have at work a task force developing procedures fcr this work.'' Canadian Western and North- western Utilifes are subsidiar- ies of Canadian Utilities Limit- ed. Together they provide gas service to most of Alberta, in- cluding Calgary and Edmonton. A total of customers are served in the service territory which embraces Alber- tsns. in Mountain View Friends may pay Fumal C9185 TRANSIENTS CHARGED IN WITCHCRAFT DEATH DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. AP) _ Police charged four young beach transients Wednes- day with first-degree murder in the witchcraft slaying of a 17- y e a r-old amusement park worker. Investigators said the victim apparently had been beaten by members of a Satanist cult who thought he was a narcotics agent. The body of Ross Michael Q. baioney Cochran, of Fresno, Calif., who worked on Daytona's "board- was found trussed with ropes in a remote wooded area 15 miles southwest of here. Police said he had been with cut glass while tied to a black wooden table in the base- ment "altar room" of a ram- shackle brick rooming house. The four charged with mur- der were Kenneth M. Francis, 17, Charles Paige, 21; Deborah Ann Shook, 22, and John Col- bert, 18. Police Capt. F. W. Perrin said: "These kids roam from place to place and live off a leaf of bread and a package EARTH SIZE The circumference of the earth across the equator hai flogged with chains and stabbed been estimated at miles. ;