Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
When you run your ad in the newspaper will 1. Read it 2. Think about it 3. Understand it 4. Read it again 5. Show it to someone else 6. Cut it out 7. Clip your coupon 8. See pictures of your product 9. Be attracted by compelling color 10. And buy from it Now let's see your electronic commercial beat Call 328-4411 Talk it over with a courteous Lethbridge Herald Advertising Representative The UtHbridge Herald the Speaking of If buUdogging store isn't your how about tying This waa ttw big Junior racantly at and It proved there are a lot of ways to go about It mostly unsuccessful. by Sal Applying the feminine Natalie Pickering tries it one way How's this for a switch goat ties Van Sadar. and then another. Goat 2. Natalie 0. E- But Scott Martin proves it can be done No THI LSTNiNWMaT NMALO Arena management okayed DEATH SCHAFFER Ernest passed away in the city on November 1973 at the age of 86 beloved husband of Mrs. Virginia Schaffer of 501 llth St. S. Funeral services will be held November 1973 at p.m. in the Lethbridge Stake Chapel St. and Scenic with Bishop Ruedon Selk officiating. Inter- 'ment will follow in the Archmount Memorial Gardens. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from p.m. until prior to the service at the church. 'CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Service. C5218 CARD OF THANKS. THANK YOU The Ladies Auxiliary to the Rehabilitation Centre for the Handicapped wish to eipreM their sincere thanks to the Public for their response and attendance and to all others hi so many helped nuke their recent Tea and Sale of Work such a success. A very special to the Ladies of the Auxiliary to the Eagles Lodge for their wonderful always so freely given. Ml CARDS OF THANKS MacDONALD In loving memory of who passed Nov. 1968. remember by Don and Butch Bruchet and Sharron Rissling. 2980 ST. CATHERINE'S C.W.L. wish to thank everyone who made their supper and Tom- bola a success. Prize winners were 1st Prize Chris 2nd Prize Ber- nadette 3rd Prize Mrs. Helen Batty. 3009 THE COUTTS UNITED CHURCH WOMEN would like to thank everyone for their generous donations and sup- port at their fall bazaar and tea. Your contributions made this project a success. A sincere thanks to all. 2978 IN MEMORIAM CARPENTER In loving memory of dear brother-in- law and friend who passed away November 1972. remembered by Donna Mae and Butch. 3010 IN MEMORIAMS MILLUS In loving memory of a dear George who passed away November 1970. Resting where no shadows In peaceful sleep he awaits us all. God will link the broken chain When one by one we meet again. always by Pauline and Byron. 2982 MacDONALD In loving memory of our dear son'and brother who passed away Nov. 1968. Like falling leaves the years pass by But love and memories never die. Precious forever are memories of you. tomorrow and all life through. loved and sadly mis- sed Gloria family. __________________2J79 RUN FOR SENATE Ohio Former astronaut John Glenn said Monday he will run for the United States Senate nomination in Ohio's primary even if Gov. John Gilligan picks someone else to succeed Senator William President Nix- on's nominee for attorney- general. City council approved a recommendation Monday that the spoftsptat bt maanfed in Its first two years of operation by the city community ser- vices department with a special council committee. Aldermen also approved the hiring of a sportsplex manager to handle all programming of the concessions and operations. Community services direc- tor Boh Bartlett said in a sub- mission to council that at the end of the two-year period a transition to full management under the community services department can be evaluated. The committee which would operate for the first two years would be composed of two members of council or ap- pointed by and the community services director. Poet will read works The former dean of arts and science at Simon Fraser D. H. will read some of his poetry at the University of Lethbridge Thursday. Prof. Sullivan will read and discuss his works at p.m. in Room E610 of the Academic Residence Building. Interested members of the public are invited If the LethhridfeCominiinl- ty becomes a major user of the facility It Is. suggested a member of Its board be asked to sit on the committee in a liaison capacity. UIC office is opened 1 The Unemployment In- surance Commission which expanded its service two weeks marked UK change Monday with brief ceremonies. The which hat increased personnel from five to 29 in an attempt to provide more personalized was officially opened by Depu- ty Mayor Vaughan Hembroff. Also attending were Lethbridge-cast MLA John Anderson and Frank regional director of program implementation of Winnipeg. Mr. Ellis spoke briefly of the new system which will place a claimant's contact with the UIC in the hands of one insurance officer. Other dignitaries included J. L. director of stu- dent services at Lethbridge Community Larry manager of the Calgary office of UIC and Huegette regional director of public relations for the UIC. CAREERS REALTOR We require an imaginative resourceful sales manager to direct the activities of a large sales force selling residential properties in Calgary. The applicant must be presently engaged as a registered real estate sales manager who enjoys a favourable reputation along with a record of achievement in the real estate field. The successful applicant will be appointed an office in our company. There will be an indoctrination period while the successful applicant becomes fully acquainted with our .its policies and personnel. We are a well established Canadian com- pany and our prime activity is marketing on a brokerage basis of residential resale property. Applications will be treated in the strictest confidence. REPLY General Sales Manager United Trust Company 815 17th Avenue Alberta ATTENTIONI University Graduates The business world offers many challenging and highly remunerative opportunities for you to make full use of your educational background. Several such opportuni- ties exist within our organization. wide range of De- grees are represented among our most successful If you are interested in a career position which entails close personal contact with all levels of business and professional people let's discuss how well you may do with us. Our evaluation program will give both of us interesting answers about you. Please write in confidence to box No. Lethbridge Herald. MR -30 If you're through with come and get involved with the world. The Canadian Armed Forces is in the help business. We help to keep the help cope with natural help with search-and-rescue help people to help themselves. And right we could use some help from you. The starting pay is good when you con- sider how little it costs you for food and and it gets better when you finish training. You'll get four weeks paid plenty of opportunity for sports and'a chance to travel and to learn some things about the world you won't find in school books. If you're wondering what to do with the next few years of your ask about vacancies in the Canadian Armed Forces. y.v.vj.v.v.v...v.v.v. The Canadian Armed Forces CO CFRSU 923 8th Avw. AHa T2P lit Phono IM47M I want to know more about a career in the Canadian Armed Forces. Name Addrosa ji Province' -------------Telephone-------------------- Visit your mobile rocruitmg unit jNMDQj TOWMHOUti MOT1L loiwrnhnr 7 itTJ Nvam and I sun.