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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta IN MEMORIAMS BERXK In loving memory of a dear husband father and grandfather, Steve fierce, who passed away November 23, 1906 The years are swiftly pass- ing But still we don t ioiget Km in the In arts lh.il love vou Your memory lingers yet remembered by his wife children and grandchildren 6173 PENNINGTON In fond memory of a beloved daughter m-law and sister-m- law Olga Pennmgton who departed from us on November 23, 1973 Just a prayer from those who loved you, .lust a memoi v fond and true In our hearts you will live forever Because we thought the world of you remembered and sadly missed by Mom and Dad Pennington Hazel and Eric Dot and George and the rest of the family 6174 CARDS OF THANKS HOLMES I would like to thank all those who sent cards flowers and gifts and those who took the time to visit me in the hospital Special thanks to the doctors and staff of the Municipal Hospital for their kindness Shirlev Holmes 6002-23 CAJKA I wish to thank the doctors and nurses and staff of the Lethbndge Municipal Hospital Fourth floor and also the doctor of Coaldale for the good and kind care I received while in the hospital I wish to thank all my friends and relatives for flowers cards and visits Cajka 6166 COLEMAN special thanks to the doctor nurses and a f f of S t Michael s Hosoita' 2nd for their excellent care and kindness given me during rm operation and Thanks also to rm relatives and friends tor thc'ii visits flowers cards gifts and calN It js all gieath Kited Mrs II nun fi21b ACS Mam thanks for the excellent care me during stay in the Lethbndge Municipal Hospital especialh to doctor and the nurses on Se cond Floor Also thank for the loveh flowers cards and fiom friends and relative0 A special thanks also to KetU Ekjar Shannon Anderson and Phyllis Hutchmson who shared hospital experiences Kovacs X639 THE LETHBRIDGE MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY want to thank the Centre Village Mall for the pmilrc' "i a "-tall in the mall Bazaar The winners of the cakes drawn for were L Kunz 1323 3rd Ave North and Mrs B Klein 73i 17th St North The handmade quilt was won Vaughan Tennant 1227 5 A Ue S Lethbndge and the afghan Rains Box 2 to thank all those that helped and made mir da-vs a success 6165 THV II I NOOK PKNMOM H> SKMOR i T i 1 x i n 1 1- s uln hkn ii 1 i'i i V lldi M 11 n IT T H Vr Saturday, November 23, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 31 T> V His T Sheepman suggests predator removal WKSTLOCK (CP) Alberta should remove all predatory animals, such as coyotes, wolves and bears from certain areas of the piovmtc on a trial basis, a spokesman lor the Alberta siieep and wool commission said Fudav R C Gordon made the suggestion to the Environ- ment Conservation Authority which is hearing public opi- nion on the use of pesticides and herbicides in the province Mr Gordon said all coyotes, bears and wolves could be cleared from one or two com- munity pastures on an ex- perimental basis, and moved to other parts of the province Man could get along without the three species at all, he said claiming there would be more valuable wildlife and decreased losses among im- portant meat animals Is there any really good reason wny livestock operators should have to maintain numbers of predators whose aesthetic value is only in the minds of a lew conservationists who also demand cheap meaf he asked E B Kvarnberg president of the Alberta branch of the Canadian Seed Growers Association, told the hearings that weed-free areas could also be set up on an ex- perimental basis He said a thistle-free area could be proclaimed as a start with all farmers within a designated region being pressed into battle against that particular weed Mr Kvarnberg said registered seed growers need biocides to produce clean lields Without biocides they would be placed in the same position as cattlemen denied C A R E E R S POULTRY SPECIALIST CALGARY Responsible for planning implementing and assess- ing the Department of Agricultures policies and pro- grams as they affect the Region s poultry industry In- tensive extension work with producers and allied in- dustry with regard to health sanitation, flock regula- tions cost studies and specific field research studies Supervision is exercised over a small clerical staff and temporary employees Requires B Sc in Agriculture specializing in Poultry Husbandry plus 5 years related experience or M Sc in Poultry Science and 3 years related experience Eligible for membership in the Alberta Institute of Agrologists Salary S12480 tc S17436 Closing Date Decembers 1974 Competi tion Number M641 C-1 Aoply Government ol Alberta Personnel Administration Office Room i101 John J Bov.len Bldg 620 A enue S W Alberta T2P OY8 GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA YOUR FUTURE IS HERE GOVERMVENT OF ALBERTA ASSESSOR TRAINEES Seve a! vacancies exist 'or Assessor Trainees with the Department of Mjiicipai Affairs a' various centres throughout Albena Success'ul applicants will become involved in determming the value real crop erty improvements including, resident al commercial industrial and 'amiano in an assigned district o! the province Offices are lo in Edmonton Calgary Red Deer Lethbndqe Bornyvillo Wainwriaht Edson Hanna Medicine Hat Grande and Peacp River Assessors in traminc must successfully complete a tou- year Certificate Course in Municipal Assessr-en! "maples offered by !hp University of Alberta Extension Department Advanced iecrn cal aid 0- the IOD Irainma is provided Applicants require Xli plus a Diploma from an Aancultu'ai Colleae or Technical Institute m the fields of appraisal soils anaiys s or construction techno ogv Worf'ina experience in fields is desirable Extensive nract cal t.ork n these maT Salarv S8328-S11 076 This competition WH! remain a suitable candidate is or number 6 APPLY Government ol Alberta Personnel Administration Office Mam Floor, Centennial Building 10015-103 Avenue Edmonton. Alberta T5J OH4 OR Personnel Admmittralion Office Room 500. Terrace Building Edmonton. Alberta. T5K 2C1 No The Alberta Educational Communications Corporation requires: ANNOUNCERSand NEWSPERSONS in Edmonton and Calgary for CKUA aid -te-r'' j c.ccur'cn 13.-q an lo a public radio audience Famiiamy wilh CKUA proprarnminq will be an asset Appointments will be marie at a level to be tialed dependent upon qualilicalions and exorr- S9984 176 IP tvrtmq 10 Programme Director CKUA ACCESS Radio 10526 Jasper Avenue Edmonton, Alberta Competitions close Decembers 1974 NFU boss pledges wheat pool support the use of the growth DES and forced to compete unfairly with American producers 'The emotions of special interest groups must be con- sidered but if an ample supply of food is to be maintained, the use of pesticides and her- bicides must not be unduly restricted C E Anderson of Umlarm s Barrhead district said there was no alternative to chemical warfare on pests of any kind Rapeseed has become the third most impor- tant crop m the province due to the use of chemicals David Felstad, of Unifarm s Westlock and Athabasca dis trie-Is said tests he has con- ducted on his own farm show production would decline by two-thirds if chemicals and fertilizers were not available to him He advocated more research to determine residue and tolerance levels of various chemicals, but said no change in controls should be im- plemented unless the research indicates it is necessary Steve Shwetz of Thorhild county said farmers 'are presented as ruthless un concerned inconsiderate haters of nature But we don t just throw a bunch of chemicals around hoping they 11 do the trick An environmental control officer for St Albert Willie Theissen said herbicide and pesticide use was essential in urban environments as well But he suggested pesticides be packaged in child-proof containers and sold by specially-licensed retail out- lets with trained personnel REGINA (CP) Roy Atkinson, president of the National Farmers Union says the actions and Ujtomonts of Otto Lang, minister responsible for the Canadian wheat board, during the last 12 months indicate an attack on the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Mr Atkinson, speaking to delegates at the 50th annual meeting of the farmer-owned grain handling co-operative, said the majority Liberal gov- ernment's policies are "plann- ed sabotage' against the wheat pool and the govern- ment is determined to "turn back the clock of history The NFU president said Mr Lang has extended "Tory pol- icy to open the feed grain market to the Winnipeg Com- modity Exchange and in- dicated an intention to revoke the Crowsnest Pass rates which provide farmers with low rates on gram moving for domestic use Mr Atkinson said Mr Lang s unconcealed sup port of the Palhser Wheat Growers Association's inland terminal project at Weyburn, TREE GOES UP NEW YORK (AP) A 60- foot Norway spruce from Lehighton Pa was lifted into place Friday in Rockefeller Centre to become the centre's 42nd annual Christmas tree Sask is also part of an assault on the wheat pool Mr Atkinson said the concept of the Weyburn ter- minal must be seen in the context of permitting further and unnecessary abandon- ment of railway branch lines throughout the prairie region 'Speculators, pirates of the gram trade, profiteers and others now have discovered a minister and a government that are prepared to do their bidding the NFU president said The members of the wheat pool must stand together and fight for what has taken 50 years to build he said 'We have beaten them once and we will defeat them and everything they stand for again CAREER OPPORTUNITIES LOOKING FOR AN EXCITING CAREER? CONSIDER A CAREER WITH TREASURY BRANCHES OF ALBERTA We offer you: A comprehensive training programme combmirg classroom instruction with on-the-job training leading through Branch Administration to Management Advancement limited only by your ability and desire to succeed Fully competitive salary and benefits programme Our present commencement salary is 00 per month Desired Qualifications: High School graduates, preferably with some work ex- perience, however this is not essential An interest in people and a desire to be involved m a financial organization whose business has doubled in the last two years If you are interested m such an opportunity and feel that you have the necessary qualifications contact the Manager of your nearest Treasury Branch or write to Mr. Terry Semeniuk, Personnel Officer Office of the Superintendent Treasury Branches of Alberta P.O. Box 1440 Edmonton, Alberta. T5J 2N6 AIRPORT MANAGER Salary to per annum (Plus Northern Allowance) MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT WATSON LAKE. Y.T. Public Service Fonction publique Canada Canada THIS COMPETITION IS OPEN TO BOTH MEN AND WOMEN IN ALBERTA, SASKATCHEWAN, B C AND THE YUKON TERRITORY DUTIES Directs the Management and Administration of the Watson Airport supervises and develops the preparation of the airports budge' in support of work plan objectives and goals manages and directs the utilization of equipment facilities manpower and financial resources to provide effective services to industry public and client branches directs the Development of current and new sources of revenue Proficiency in 'he English language is essential Appointments as a esuit of this competition are subject to the provisions of the Public Service Employment Act Forward "Application for Employment' (Form PSC 367-4110) available ai Post Offices, Canada Manpower Centres and Offices of the Public Service Commission of Canada to Public Service Commission -of Canada, 300 Confederation Building, 10355 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta T5J 1Y6 Competition Number 74-MOT-EDM-3S9 should be quoted Competition Closes December 6, 1974 NOW HIRING North Lethbridge Mo-Tires Ltd. RECYCLING PLANT Production Phase II We are accepting applications for full time, year round em- ployees with or without previous experience. On-the-job training with the Most Modern Equipment in Western Canada Guaranteed hourly wage PLUS monthly incentive bonus. Wages commensurate with experience APPLY NOW 305-13th Street North or call Boyd 327-3181 Lethbridge BLOCK BROS. REAL ESTATE CAREER? THE REWARDS I. THE INCOME 3 r att.f'1' fl HO In 1 njjT -n m -n appl 15-11 4. TRAINING... oonsot-f d 1'aniQ r DM FREEDOM... t ru, M r-fir- r- -j r -i vv DEVELOPMENT PT nrj C v riTC oT app'ri 2 N R S. NATIONAL REAL ESTATE c TRAOlMr SERVICE MAUINU.' I A f 1rf -fl 1 Mrrl r Ai-rk 3 SERVICE ri 6 FIRST STEP----- p I- I r1 n T It re) I A r BILL LAZARUK 328-7402 BLOCK BROS. 328-2356 V Alberta agricultural and industrial distributor requires a at the head office in Lethbndge The successful candidate will assist with systems de- sign and will be responsible for the initial programming and subsequent maintenance and development of computer applications Hardware is the IBM System 3 Model 10 RPG II pro- gramming language is required The company may consider an RPG II training pro- gram for an individual with a strong accounting or sys- tems design background Please forward a detailed resume of education and experience to J.V. Scotter, C.A. Oliver Industrial Supply Ltd. 236-36 Street North Lethbridge, Alberta January Nursing Opportunity NURSING MANAGEMENT PATIENT CARE A post-basic certificate program designed to assist the nurse develop leadership skills in the man- agement of direct patient care and increase nursing expertize m a selected clinical area Students may complete the program m one-fifteen week term as a full-time student or register as a part-time student over several terms Arrangements may be made to combine field- work with employment if so desired Each term some of the courses are scheduled in the evenings Entry points are September and January each year An applicant must be a registered nurse or have preparation as a psychiatric nurse or a mental de- ficiency nurse For further information contact either the Re- gistrar's Office or the Nursing Department at RED DEER COLLEGE P.O. BOX 5005 RED DEER, ALBERTA PHONE 403-346-3376 YOUR FUTURE IS HERE GOVERIWENT Cf ALBERTA AIR CONDITIONING INSTRUCTOR Southern Alberta Institute of Technology Required to present lectures and laborato'y demonstrations in such subjects as Air Conditioning principles and systems heat load analy sis air distribution heating and cooling systems and automatic con trol systems Desire a degree in Engineering or a related diploma with suitable industrial experience Faculty benefits include two months vacation leave Medical Hospital Life Insurance and Pension Plan Salary commensurate with experience and education Please gucte Competition Number 5501-C-39 This competition will close with the appointment of a suitable candidate AGROLOGISTII Department of Agriculture LETHBRIDGE The incumbent of this position will assume responsibility in dete- nmmg irnoabihty of lands within and outside of established ir'iga tion districts Develop and carry out irrigation soils classilicatioi aid soil management on irrigated land Participate in related stjov and educational programs Requires Bachelor of Science Degree witt- soils major Minimum of 2 to 3 years experience in irrigated soils Must be eligible for membership in Alberta Institute of Aerologies and have air photo interpretation experience Salarv range S13066 to per annum depending upcn qualifications and expe-ience Please quote competition nunbe' 4406 I 1 This corrpeti'ion Anil close Noverrber 26 1974 Please forward apolicat'ons to PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA ROOM 401, PROFESSIONAL BUILDING 740-4th AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA T1J ON9 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Department of Health and Social Development Claresholm, Alberta S13.704-S1 C 3'ost-o i Ceil'" s 1j'io- d "o Ir- Miwr's Item Vef'al Hotflals o> 10 Jl 250 Malt Tno-rSn-v is also l to O d" "ho of Itv D redOT if1 "his H Of -f "1 ar'-' -10 "c d on to PICAS' 'id If I j I 1 a ros" a Sf- i Bi 'rt "a 'T rp.-r-.- B T na f if- 1HI IJ Pf'Vl Id "3 C-2 1JP OYB DCC-H- 401 final p i Ifl 10 4 Av S Ir'N1- DO' -1 I p'ja rlrfcf- Tf "-Sl rrr-e. Ipcruilrnent 4 Selection Room 107 Administration Bldg IDS Street A 96 Avenue Edmonton 1 CTi Of AlflEKTA ;