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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 65 HELP WANTED Truck drivers to haul sugar beats Phone 345-4183 1077-10 Cement finishers Apply Poole Construction 28 St 14Ave N 329 4112 896-6 Experienced hairdresser required for southern Alberta town Phone Fort Macleod 234-3911 after 6pm 234- 3571 695-11 Part tune male and female help for sales Apply in person only between t 30 "i 30 p m Field Stores 1028-6 Journeyman welder wanted 85 per hour minimum Apply VARZARI IRON LTD C2484-II Required immediately diesel Mechanic (Bus Driver) Call Northern Bus Lines 327-3536 C1450-tf Local feedmill requires machine operator Apply United Feeds Ltd 3b15 2nd Ave N Phone 328 1731 C2513-11 Person with knowledge of loading to work in yard Also some truck driving NATIONAL SALVAGE LTD C2303-tf Consc ii ntions miture person tor limmi iti d biqn construction and ser vice Apply National Neon 315Staf- loril Drive C2447-10 Ambitious Lik With living quarters mil ir ige Albo sa'istactory for other type of business Located at 328 1 Jlh St N Phone 328-2150 9113-tf K ill K i b i i i S i i ol n r n S t i m D id i ps n )r i t seal Ii T i d i, i r c e l S I HONE 328 31 1 4 t Maytag Sales and Ser .fee Service1- on all makes of washers aid automatic or conventional Also all n 'ons vacuum etc No job too Idrgp or I ,o small LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES 905 3RD Ave S -Phone 327 4455 C7353 t' 82 WINTER TRAVELLERS INN VICTORIA B C DELUXE BACHELOR AND FAMILY ACCOMMODATION WITH FULL KITCHEN CLOSE TC DOWNTOWN CHOPPING ANr ATTRACTIONS EXCELLENT PUBLIC TPANSQOPT SERMCE AT THE DOOR ATTRACTIVE WEEKiV AND RATES FOF FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE TC TRAVEL ERS INN OJEENS AVENUE ViCTOP M B C 84 GARDENING NOW IS THE TIME For f ll t We 1 J IT Til T q03 I O I VII >i I I i ri L JF rr f rr t i n u j i tnuns i vf 1 R5 i To H V I ITI k lllll I nl Ir 1 I I Phor i Jo inn s PC rl S' r v K Tor il Vquipnient mvo' 'ory etc for only 925 full price M I S SUBWAY REALTY PHONE 329-4222 C2143 tf b13 17Nr I it I i il i 1 ic, r f i l it u Ire j S r o L ra s L l one 31rrt MiLtTrio T te Surqfry timjte r ri i q tnirn o Ir Ih KI ''CS ?OT C2 132 i 330 t Hf iw (I ty ro'ctllli i l c w q grass I qh corning back Act i o UK! in i prop> ity selling r I th ill halt its value Well q i i I tin ]t e at Foremost Food 1 Mi i t with p ice in fro it for l I ill b ismtss W it" Or it M tl Wolfe 101 1 34 St iti 1041 10 IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED H i Io I) ly service i for lease i I n ii BC In u of nix. r A D T full sta emei t of f t r clan is a id secun les held by Messrs POSS CLOZZA TODD Rnrr] rs ri Sol r tors t J tiox a70 DRU 1HCI LER AlbtrtT Si I n o 'o Aclr1! ustrator 018 NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS AND CREDITORS IN >l RRO .A'i f OURT Tl- s i'J HcP J fJE1 T It OK Al niSTP C' Or LF'HBRIDGT IN. mr OF NCI c ALGOT FO AT T T i M T I 1 UN( r T" A RFRTA FR DFCr who ii1 t -i l Pml 0 AD 1 i i it i r r mill" sons U i of the i ist i 1 with Hie un s v tne tot' ol I D l full si He t f I i s i 1 ct securities MESSRS HlfiA AMD WOOD r "i I! T "H K irOPS I i If I I) I IT t c t L m Cll r x 1 i t II F en 0'4 IHI 1 H 1OI Hf-C, 3N ACT Si l T NOTiC'OI COMPLETION OF LIST OF ELECTORS Nt i I u 'iv n von the pr TV n o' Tin S hool Election Act tin! tin I I ol f 1 1 tors ol Sterlinq S D in b pn ned Tncl tint T ropy il ll i I of Fleilors is posted in the h lov o ,il u e t rlmq Office Office of Secret iry Anv ell (tor m ly during business h m iki lii lri tho Secre t irv I )r th cc rerlion of Tny error or om i n u tin slid I ist of Electors t v p lu itton to ihi Secret iry on or In lot Hi 0 d iv ol Oclobi r luptotlie fill il I i lor voting) 111' I il Mirlnq fn, 21st dily ot t them JOHN VASELENAK Q C 3 ite D Building dge Alberta Solicitor io the Executor 019 RE ZONING BYLAW NO 2750 The following ipplications for clr elop'ien' permits have been ed the Municipal Planning CcmmibS on on October 3 1973 Mon'an Holding-; Ltd to build c1 si igle family residence at SW 20 M '94 K Ohno to establish an rl cc 'or of house design tic1 bk >pr ntn a ?t 417 Stafford Or ji Any person Tflec'ed by the said cr on ma> Appeal such decision to 'hi Drveiopment Appeal Board by ei g either personally or by R gistp Mail statement of the g o mdj jl to reach the office nt tli Git Clerk in the City Hall not liter t'nn October 17 1973 Dati Oct 5 1973 W C Cnneici Dev lopment Ofrer 022 TENDER UNDERGROUND CONDUIT INSTALLATION S il i Tenders marked Contract N IIP invited but must be MCI i 1 it the o'ficx of the General M r ji f Albertd Government T I p i 10020 100th Street 31st Floor Edmonton Albera T5J ONS not later than 2 00 p m Local time Tuesday October 16 1973 for Redcliff Alberta Estimate 901114 Project 5835 for the installation of M i nd coidmt consisting of IPI ikly "81 feet of 10 way 10 f 553 feet of 4 way Hi) f i I if 2 wTy nil 4 inch PVC) i r tr iction ol one manhole and co nn c t ot of conduit to 4 precast i i I il ippln f and installed by A d T f j t Trtor w II be responsible ki r pmii) of ill street cuts and 11 ii ih'T nn of nil disturbed areas r 11 i c 11 o n ditt shall be N i i h r 16 P I t> obtained from the f of hi bupeivisor Contract Ad it in Alb rta Government T ins 100 C 100th Street 24th r! r Fdimnt in Albfrta T5J ONS ir w i hip to contractors m Ii i the Province of Alberta 0 rl p Tit of T F fty Dollar (S50 00) c fid riifque v hich .vill be i f n n if Phi Tnd Specifications 1 t inn -I to this office within si 17) d lys liter closing date ot i d othpruim, the deposit shall I i I i 1 ids r nius" >3t accompanied i T i Roi d in I e valup of ten (10) i it nf H tender The successful bidder will be re- quired to furnish a Performance Bond and a Labour and Material Pay inert Bond each in the value of fifty (50) perceni of the tender 'at SW ?2 11 07 W4 All i q i r os rpgiidmg the work of tf i 'i fl r shall directed to Di t t ruction Superintendent th nlu if n 5126 Calgary T' f r jht i reserved to rejer" an i II b Is I n rids l! Ml ngt r 012 PUBLIC NOTICES LAND FOR SALE Sealed Tenders will be acceptec by the undersigned until 1200 noon 1973 for 4 3 acres of land (more or less) on S W enchantment over Britain s i nt i into the Mitk.it it the lust ot this it Ex Albertan wins award WASHINGTON (CP) Two Canadian born scientists working with a branch of the National Oceanic and At- mospheric Administration (NOAA) of the United States have been singled out for awards for unusually signifi- cant achievements NOAA announced here James Wait 49 and Walter Komhvr 41 will be among six NOAA employees to be honored next at a presentation in suburban Silver Spring Md The award includes a plaque and 000 Both men are the NOAA s environmental research laboratories in Boulder Col Wait native of Ottawa mov ed to Boulder in 1955 and now is a naturalized American itizen Kohmvr born in Spedden Alta moved to Boulder in 1966 and has retain- d his Canadian citizenship Kohmyr graduated from the University of Alberta at Ed- monton and worked for the meteorological branch of the Canadian Transport Depart- ment before coming to the United States of reach only that there was no shortage of food in the countrv and that rising pi ices were not inevitable Mrs Plumptre also told ic- porters that the bulk ol the food price increases this were recorded at the farm gate show that prices of a selected lood basket increased onh 13 2 per cent at the retail level and about 14 per tent at the wholesale while producers raised prices 23 per cent she said Howevei even these in- creases have not raised farm incomes on the average to the ol thoseenjou'd most other Canadian workers sne added GREAT CANADIAN OIL SANDS LIMITED Requires H D. Mechanics or H. D. 3rd or 4th year APPRENTICES 75 20 S4 84 Per Hour Respect vely MILLWRIGHTS 72 Per Hour The above positions are career opportunities on a permanen' year round basis All heavy duty positions mvolxe maintenance work 01 all types of heavy duty equipment from 988 Front End Loaders to D8 and D9 Caterpillar Tractors Graders and WABCO 75 and 150 ton trucks The Millwright positions n volve maintenance WOTK on five miles of conveyor systems and larqe bucket wheel excavato-s in our mine maintenance area Great Canadian Oil Sands is th" pioneer in the mining and pro duction of synthetic crude from the Athabasca Tar Sands Io cated near Fort McMurray Al berta a developing and modern community of 9 000 plus situ ated in a scene area 175 mi'es north east of Edmonton The town offers all moden facilities excellent schooling and rec reational facilities including an indoor swimming pool The Company offers a very comprehensive benefits pro gram to all employees mod ern accommodation and relo cation assistance Reply n confidence to THE SUPERINTENDENT, EMPLOYMENT, GREAT CANADIAN OIL SAND LIMITED, BOX 450, FORT McMURRAY. ALBERTA LABOR CLUB Corner 2nd Ave. and 13th St. N Weekend Entertainment In The Clubrooms Saturday "ACME MUSIC" MEMBERS AND THEIR INVITED GUESTS Centre Village ENTER THE FIRE PREVENTION WEEK POSTER CONTEST Sponsored by Centre Village IN PRIZES 2nd 3rd In 7 Agt Catogorltt Kids 6 to 12 Bring your poster into the Centre Village Administrative office from October 8th to 13th Posters will be judged by the Leth- bridge Fire Prevention Bureau and the Lethbridge Fire Dept to be fudged mutt be received by Wed., Oct. 10 p.m. 2nd AVENUE 'A' and 13th STREET NORTH The Mall That Has It ;