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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, November 9, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 Golden anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Emil Ebner of Coaldale will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Nov. 16. They have nine children, Wanda Schiemann of Tilley; Agnes Schrage of Hardieville; Hedwig Schiemann of Tilley; Elsie Rupps of Hardievilie; Helen Bonn of Kelowna; Ursula Heynen of Whitehorse; Alfred of Lethbridge; Gertude Pohl of Coaldale; and Reinhold of Coaldale. They have 33 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Housewife can work while raising family NORTH VAN COUVER, BC. (CP) Women who have left the business world to raise a family now have the opportun- ity to go back to leaving the house Mark Book-keeping is in the business of matching those who are unable to leave the house but want to do book-keeping with com- panies needing ex- perienced help. The business is run by Shirley Jane Mushet, who has 22 years ex- perience in book- keeping and business administration both here and in Britain. Home decor changing TORONTO (CP) The ev- ery thing-goes look of women's fashions is spreading into home decoration, offering new opportunities to householders who want to give their personal touch to the liv- ing room. If they like a contemporary or colonial setting with all the trimmings, that's fine, but a mixture of modern and tradi- tional pieces is no longer frowned on. A few years ago, one would buy a sofa and two matching armchairs, all with the same fabric. Now it is normal to buy a sofa upholstered in one fabric, a chair in another and perhaps another chair in a different style and yet an- other fabric. A person with flair and im- agination can do great things with the new-found freedom in decorating But it can present problems to the majority who have certain ideas, know the colors and styles of furniture they like but are not sure how to pull it all together. A new book by Alan Cam- paigne, designer for Sand- erson Canada, offers help by introducing the reader to a collection of frabics co-ordi- nated as to color and design. Called Plains, Plaids and Stripes, it includes a wide va- riety of styles, from tradi- tional to modern. Flexibility of choice is al- most unlimited. A Queen Anne sofa may be upholstered in a contemporary small-diamond pattern on a neutral ground and complemented with a tone-on-tone polka-dot design in satiny sheen for a chair and a toning or contrasting floral or plain stripe or plaid voering for a contemporary styled loveseat. Mr. Campaigne says there is no need to settle 'for the piece on display in the store. Usually there is a wide selec- tion of fabrics available. CAREERS PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATOR To administer personnel functions for office staff and plant sta.f of 200 people for Safeway Shelter Systems Ltd a Mobile Home Manufacturer in Southern Alberta Eligible candidates will probably have 10 to 20 years experience in the personnel field, a successful personal employment record good judgment and leadership qualities Will enioy the assistance of the present incumbent as long as needed The successful candidate will enthusiastically embrace the opportunity for an unusual career combination senior personnel responsibilities while working and living in the smaller community Claresholm is a modern pleasant town of approximately 4 000 people. 70 miles south of Calgary Housing is available Salary commen- surate with background and qualifications Moving expenses paid For confidential consideration write to R C Mitchell. Tulk Personnel Ltd 906 304 8th Avenue S W Calgary. Alberta Finalists will have preliminary interview in their own locality FIRE CHIEF Department of Indian and Northern Affairs Banff National Park BANFF, Alberta Public Service Fonction publique Canada Canada THIS COMPETITION IS OPEN TO BOTH MEN AND WOMEN IN ALBERTA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, YUKON AND N.W.T. DUTIES Directs the firefighting activities of two volunteer fire brigades located in Banff and Lake Louise townsites and directs fire prevention activities and inspection QUALIFICATIONS A thorough knowledge of structural fire fighting techniques emergency procedures and planning, organizing and implementing prevention and training programs and requires administration and supervisory knowledge and experience Interested applicants should be under 50 years of age and have several years experience some of which must be supervisory Proficiency in the English language is essential Accommodation may be available Quote Competition No 74-IAN-CAL-252 Appointments as a result of this competition are subject to the provisions of the Public Service Employment Act Apply immediately on Form MAN 701-ES available at of the Public Service Commotion' of Canada, Canada Manpower or at Post in where Canada Manpower are not located, and forward to: Parka Canada, 134-11 Avenue, S.E-. Calgary, Alberta. T2G 0X5. WE'RE ON THE LOOK OUT FOR GOOD PEOPLE WE WE are a company of Good People and we need more ai this moment, real estate is one of the fastest growing industries in the country. To maintain pace with this rapid growth. Block Bros, needs more saies personnel. WE offer some of the best training courses m the in- H.'Sf-. unl'Ti'ieo 'urds to help you make deals WE offer you the satisfaction of helping people attain rv.'.' V CCJlal? BLOCK BROS. NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE LTD. offer you Block Bros For in'or'nation BLOCK BROS. Bill Lazaruk 328-7402 Tim Grisak 328-2266 BLOCK P3BROS. SPECIALS CENTRE VILLAGE NOW AVAILABLE AT CENTRE VILLAGE IGA ONLY CHARGEXI shoulde Boasts Steaks Stew Minute Ground Coll Garlic IGA ONLY 13th Street North, Lethbridge Tuesday, November 12 to Saturday. November 16 only! OCEAN MAIDE TUNA Flaked Albacore, 7 oz. tin IGA ICE CREAM Assorted Flavors, one gallon plastic___ PURITY FLOUR AUNT HANNAH'S Frozen 5's ALIENS APPLE JUICE Ib. 120-150 LBS. Baby Beef Sides, cut, wrapped, frozen, Ib ECONOMY 48 oz. tin DETERGENT CII cwwnwm i __ Pork Chops 115 Family Pack, Ib...................................Jb Pork Cutlets 1 Ib................................................A 59 King size, 5-lb. net wt. box SNOW CAP HASH BROWNS 1 2 99 2J9 1 19 49 2lb.netwt Fresh from our In-Store Bakery! Centre Village IGA Phone 328-1151 JELLY ROLLS DINNER BUNS. 2s99 c Cucumbers TEXAS CANADA No. 1 Potatoes CANADA NO. 2 Gems 0 JOLLY MILLER ORANGE CRYSTALS RQO oz. net wt. pkg. Margarine CALIFORNIA SOLO 11b. net wt. pkg....... KADANA REGULAR 49 M.._. ..JLTHE 89 Canada No. Ib. cello COOKING ONIONS i j CANADA NO. I............ 1 !b. net wt. okg. YORK FROZEN MEAT PIES 8 oz. net wt. pkg. 0 ;