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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 65 HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED OIL FIELD GRAD- er and cat operators wanted, as well ss truck drivers. Phone 526-4146, Med- icine Hat Charlie or Den. 9427-13 COUPLES WORK TOGETHER building a business. Start part time end grow. We train. Write Box 52, Herald, for interview. 9338-25Oct. RETIRED? LIKE PEOPLE? YOU earn extra money in exciting part time work. Individuals or couples. Write Box 53, Herald, for Interview. 9389-8 GENERAL LAUNDRY HELP; ALSO wash fkor helper. Apply in person to Mr. Ray McNeill, Conadian Linen supply Co. Ltd., 1818 3rd Ave. S. C1849-13 MATURE, PERSONABLE JOURNEY- man mechanic to run shop In 300 car dealership. State work record. Will negotiate salary. All replies treated with strict confidence. Write Box 54, Herald. CI848-10 Second or Third year appren- tice or Licenced Mechanic wanted for used car recon- ditioning. Write Box 51, Herald. C1830-T3 65 HELP WANTED FOUR PART-TIME CAR Three to four shifts per week. Convenient shifts can be arranged for students and married people APPLY IN PERSON MR. KEN MARTIN A W DRIVE-IN Scenic Drive and 3rd Ave. C1896-U CAMPER MANUFACTURER RE- qui.-es experienced personnel who are interested in full iin-.e employment. Untrained pcrscnnel will bs consider- ed if they have knowledge of plumbing, electrical or carpentry. Apply Bronco Industries Ltd., P.O. Box 1119, High River giving experience and salary exprcted. 9400-14 SHOP FOREMAN To supervise camper _snd Fifth wheel plant at High River. The person chor- en will supervise and tra-n men and must possess ability to administer and delegate responsibility. Knowledge of K, V. Manufacturing an asset. Reply Bror.cj Industries Ltd., P.O. Box 1119, High River, giving experience and sslsry expected. 9431-13 ASSISTANT MANAGER REQUIRED Modern Farrow to Finish Operation DUTIES responsible for the care and maintenance of all hogs and facilities. Will be required to work on aver- age of five days a week in co-operation with the manager. QUALIFICATIONS must be re- liable person capable of managing the entire operation in the absence of the manager. Experience preferred but not mandatory. SALARY starting salary per annum plus an oldsr t w a bedroom house. (Retroactive salary increase af- ter one year of employment.) Forward enquiries to: Mr. Allan Coutts, Manager, P.O. Box 2603 Taber, Alberta Phone 223-4150. 9328-15 65 HELP WANTED CUCUMBER PICKERS REQUIRED Phone 345-4251. 9189-f MANAGER TRAINEE FOR store. Permanent work, good wages Must be Willing to learn. Apply in per son Mihalik's Mayfair Foods, 642 13t St. N C1888-1 MATURE RESPONSIBLE PERSOh required for full time position for gen eral duties in photographic studio Write Box 58, Herald. C1883-1 DRIVER HELPER REQUIRED. PER manent position. Full company bene fits. Apply Towns and Country Furn ture, 13th St. N. C1867-1 CARPENTER WANTED Carpenters and finish carpenters wan ed immediately. Please apply Krah Homes Ltd., 425 Westminster Shoppln Plaza. C1846-1 Janitor for night duties. Some experience required. in person Administration Of fice. College Shopping Mall 9510-1 VANDA BEAUTY COUNSELOR Offers you excellent income by sellln our fine products and Christmas gift in your spare time. For appolntmen write Mrs. Stannard, 2452 South Park side Drive, Lethbridge. Phone 328-9342 or 327-2523. 9511-1 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Canada's fastest growing distributor of freezer feeds, direct to consumer Requires agressive rep- resentative. Experience in direct i-elpful buf not essential. Must have transportation and be prepared to work hrrd. Above average earnings apti rapid advancement for accepted applicant. PHONE 329-0234 9429-13 AREA MANAGER Roquired port-time to manage a crew dlr'ri'cuticn of third class mail mat- erial. have dry storr.ge space and full- 5-zcd car. Free 1o work evenings Jnd Saturdays. Hourly pay plus allowances WRITE FULL DETAILS AND PHONE NUMBER TO BOX HERALD 9361-13 MANAGER TRAINEE ideal career opportunity for youthful aggressive person, with one of Can- ada's fastest growing retailers in men's and boys' clothing. Person must be reliable find ri23t in appearance, Grade 12 education preferred. Exper- ience not necessary. Apply in person only and Boys' Wear Department Wpolco Department Stores to Y Mr. Wotherscoon or Mr. Foster 9J28-8.! ASSESSMENT CLERK Health and Social Development, Re- gional Office, Lethbridge, Alta. Re- quire a clerk to assist the Assessor in assessing applications for assistance. Duties includs maintaining recced sys- tems, performing audit checks, recep- tionist duties and come typing. Grade XII, desire additional commerc i S I courses, several years office exper- ience, knowledge of the various wel- fare programs a definite asset. Sal- ery range- to per month. Closes September 20, 1973. Competi- tion Number; C006-C-3. For information and applications please anply to the Personnel Administration Office, Rcom 1101, J. J. Bowlen Buildinn, Govern- ment of Alberta, 620 7th Ave. S.W., Calgary, Alta. TIP OY3 S24 YARDMAN HORTICULTURAL RESEARCH CEN- TER, BROOKS. Required to maintain machine yard, receive and distribute tools, equipment and supplies and maintain appropriate Inventory cen- Qualifications; Grade 10, class 3 operator's license, good physical condition, experienced in the opera- tion of a farm and related equipment. Salary range 5446 to SMO per month. Compeilton Number: 0503-C-4. Closes September 24, 1973. Information and application forms may be obtained from the Personnel Administration Of- fice, Government of Alberta, Room 1101, J. J. Bowlen Building, 620 7th Ave. S.W., Calgary, Alta. T2P OY8. Sears Requires On a casual basis PERSON TO INSTALL DRAPERY RODS, ALUMINUM DOORS AND WIN- DOWS. GOOD KNOWLEDGE OF CAR- PENTRY AN ASSET. APPLY IN PERSON TO Personnel Department Simpsons Sears Centre Village Mall Cie35-tf AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PLANNED CAREER GROVvTH !N CONSUMER FINANCE Tnis posi'ion offers the -iqht person en opportunity for planned advance- ment v.iiinn a nation-wide consumer finance orcanizaticn. You will start in the customer service field the "grass roots" of consumer financing. As you develop manage- ment opportunities will be opened to you with commensurate increases in earnings. Applicants should have some college training or s High School diploma and business experience. A good driving record is essential. We offer a good starting salary, plus liberal employee benefits. Write cr telephone for an appointment Mr. E, T. Endressn CANADIAN ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION LIMITED College Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 328-2381 Earn While You Learn NEW CAREER for TWO STUDENTS OVER 17 Due to expansion large Canadian firm has openings for two youthful students who are interested in a career that pays above average. To qualify, applicants must be: (1) Free to travel Canada (2) Neat in appearance (3) Willing to learn (4) Ambiitous and honest (5) Able to meet public (6) Able to start immediately. (7) Grade nine minimum. Salary a month plus bonuses and commissions to start with regular increases. No experience necessary. Full training program and new car transportation supplied. Drivers licence helpful but not essential. For per- sonal Intel-view, send name, age, ad- dress, phone number to Box 26, Her- ald. First applicants given priority. 8939-15 HIGHWAYS ENGINEERING CLERK Department of Public Works Yellowknife, N.W.T- To calculate earthwork quantities From field survey information, keep Inven- tory of survey equipment, prepare re- quisitions for equipment and supplies related to hlghv y design and con- struction, assist project supervisors in preparing contracts and processing payments. Four years of clerical experience re- lated to highway construction is re- quired, or equivalent technical train- ing and experience. Competition No. 30 2563. Closing date Sept. 52, 1973 Applications including a detailed re- sume should reach the Chief Recruit- ment Officer, Department of Admin- istration, Government of the Ncrfh- Territories. YellowknHe, N.W.T. on or before the closing date listed above. WANTED Retired couple to look after apartment, 23 suites. Phone 327-4082, after 6 p.m. C1895-1 WANTED: BUTCHER TO WORK IN slaughterhouse. Experience preferre but not necessary If willing to learn Housing available. Taber Frozen Food Ltd., Box 2226, Taber, Alberta. Phon C1816-1 FIRESTONE STORES, LETHBRIDGE require part time and full time gen eral duties personnel. Phone Pat As- plund, 327-8548 for appointment. C1820-1 NIGHT CLEANER WANTED. PER hour 11 p.m. 7 a.m. five days a week Meal provided while on duty. Contac Mr. M. Whmaker, 328-1111. C1815- WANTED IMMEDIATELY EXPER ienced hairdresser fcr La Boutique Eeauty Solon, Coleman. For infer view call Mrs. Edith Hodnett collect 234-3837, Fort Macleod. 9327-1 TRAINEE REQUIRED TO LEARN architectural hardv.'are and hollov, metal doer and frame business. Min IE. Permanent position. All compan- exp. helpful. 328-1711 exf. 224. C1797- ARE YOU INTERESTED IN A CA reer in direct selling, with above aver age income? Have openings for aler men and women, age no barrier. Con tact manager at 506 3rd Ave, S. C1814-1 LARGE RANCH 65 MILES NORTH east cf Brooks looking for cook anc custodian caretaker. Married couple ideal. Housing provided. Phone 262 2168, Calgary, week days 8 a.m. p.m. 9332-1 NEVER SETTLE FOR SECOND BEST Become associated wifn AVON as an AVON Representative. AVON, the world's largest cosmetic company anc one cf the most respected. Call now 328-7424 cr write Mrs. M. Scott, 551. 23rd Ave. S.. Lethbridge. C1818-12 EARN EXTRA MONEY BY SHOW ing Canada's finest line of Christmas cards, wraps, novelties, etc. Over 350 items. For free colored catalogue samples