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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, September lu, 19.3 THt LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Our made it possible This is the tirst issue of the Lethbridge Herald produced entirely by photo-composition and an offset press. To the staff today is, therefore, the most significant day in The Herald's (Jfi years as a daily newspaper. It was felt appropriate that the names ot all of those who participated in the production of this issue (which means all ol our stall I should be recorded Many ot them are Trojans, many magicians, many great people. In addition, there are 360 delivery carriers, and scores of people not employed by us but with whom we work closely. Cleo W. Mowers, Publisher and Editor Administration Tom Adams, general manager Don Pilling, managing editor Roy Miles, advertising manager Bob Fenton. circulation manager Business Office Ken Harriett, accountant Klsio Grey, accounting clerk Peter accounting clerk Barrv Obermeyer. accounting clerk Hairv Pacaud. mail clerk Sylvia Joevcnazzo. switchboard operator leanetle Blech. switchboard operator Betty Howes, cashier Owen Wescott stenographer Advertising Bill Andreachuk. assistant manager Percv Dougans sales representative Lome (irav. sales representative Ken Kennon. sales representative Bob Montgomeiv. sales representative Dennis McCormack. sales representative Ken Price, sales representative Kobb Sloan sales representative Julie McMillan national clerk Julio Matt, copy typist Keith Watts, dispatcher Beth .lean Sullivan, classified supervisor BetU Lou Kamina classified clerk Robin Sato classified clerk Photography Klwood Ferguson department head Kir Krvm phologiapher Bill (Jroenon. photographer Walter Kcrbor. photographer Editorial Doug Walker, editorial page editor Klaus I'olile. news editor McDonald, city editor Richard Burke, assistant city editor Pat Sullivan, sports editor D'Arcv Rickard. district editor Maureen Jamieson. familv page editor Laurie (iraham. deskman Herb Legg. deskman Murray Brown, deskman Noel Buchanan, deskman Bill I lav. associate editor Vern Decoux. Crowsnest Pass representative Jim Fishbourne. editorial writer Chris Stewart, editorial writer Helen Kovacs. secretary Joe Balla. outdoors writer David Blv. reporter Jim Grant, reporter Jim reporter Jim Mavbie. reporter Wan en Caragata reportoi Ogle, reporter Sc.irth. reporter (Jcorge Stephenson. reporter Ric Swihart. reporter Judy Campbell, lamily page assistant Yamagishi. sports writer Kathy Mac-Lean, newsroom assistant Helen Lambert, librarian Bernice Herle. assistant librarian Margaret Dockery, proofreader Peggy Donaldson, proofreader (Jorta Patson. prootreader Circulation Pat Barry, city supervisor Bill Treber. country supervisor John Hulstein. clerk Jim Pollock, clerk Lawienco Brown, mailing room ioieman Michael Bartram. mailer Richard Parascek. mailer Rod Barnctt. mailer Kim Kovacs. mailer Kugene Nakahama. mailer Neil Redman, mailer Bruce Ball trucking supervisor Gary Adams, driver Charles Brannon. driver Jerry Hakzc. driver David Owen, driver Lionel Talbol. driver Bob Train driver Composing John Fox. foreman Frank Sherman, assistant foreman George Goldie. assistant foreman Gil Strachan, technician Ted Chervinski. pi inter Garry Allison, printer Dave printer Klaas Buijert printer Lome Coyle. printer Terry Horn, printer Tom Last, printer John McKenna. printer Pilling, printer M Raketti. printer Bruce Redman, printer Doug Sandberg. printer Mark Schandor, printer Hans Schaull. printer Smallwood, printer Don printer Harmon Van Der Lee. printer Ron Wilson, printer Chcrvl Crowe, perforator operator Laverne Gouthreau. perforator operator Nina Kireel. perforator operator Rita Masson. perforator operator Diana McKenna. perforator operator I1 benefits Press Bob Helmer. lorcman Ken Brown, platemaker-pressman John Breckenndge. platemaker-pressman Len Chogi. platemaker-pressman Richard Crowe, platemaker-pressman Bob Crowe, platemaker-pressman Joe platemaker-pressman Al Kronebusch. platemaker-pressman Tom Snow, platemaker-pressman Vic Wickenheiser, platemaker-pressman Doug Voungren. piatemaker-pressman Dave platemaker-pressman The beauties of being a lifeguard are reflected in the sun glasses of Randy McKmley at a Lake Erie beach in Bay Village. Ohio. Building Maintenance Alex Sinclair, foreman Harry Dykstra. caretaker Adam Jochern. caretaker Bill Ledgerwood caretaker ACCOUNTANT A recently quahfeid Chartered Accountant or a student in his final year is required by the Lethbridge firm of Chartered Accountants. Interested candidates are requested to submit, in stnctist confidence, a resume of qualifica- tions, experience and salary history to. RUDD. GOOLD ELLIOTT Chartered Accountants P.O. Box 940 Lethbridge, Alberta Attention: W. H. Lord, Partner Crestline Cold Weather COVER-UP SPECIALS 9'x7' BERRY Garage Door Complete with factory assembled hardware, one piece steel construction, easy to install 72 .50 Garage Door Opener 18795 14'x22' SINGLE GARAGE PACKAGE Stanley Berry Automatic Open and close your garage door from your car when you buy a Stanley-Berry door opener you get a complete Do-lt-Yourself manual by Readers Digest valued at absolutely free Protect your possessions during the cold weather, which is coming soon. 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