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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, September LETHBRIDGE CAREERS SALES CAREER STEEL We are rapidly growing steel service center that requires a sales person to cover the local Lethbridge and Provincial area. Applicants must have sales experience and a knowledge of the steel industry. Apply in writing including a personal resume to: Gerald W. Varzari, VARSTEEL LTD., P.O. Box 434, Lethbridge, Alberta. Are you looking for steady work with good pay? Norfab Homes Ltd. A mobile home manufacturer is offering just that. We need capable workers immediately to fill existing vacancies in our production line, previous experience not necessary, however it would be preferred. If you are interested please PERSONNEL MANAGER Norfab Homes Ltd. Box 999, Fort Macleod, Alberta Phone 234-4431 ASSISTANT ASSESSOR required for the new town of Fort McMurray DUTIES: To assist determining the value of property for taxation purposes. QUALIFICATIONS: 2 years assessment experience desired enrolment .n assessment principal course University of Alberta or equivalent. SALARY: Commensurate with experience. All applications will be treated in confidence and should be sent before OcL 1, 1974, to: MR. N. C. CRAWFORD Town Manager Fort McMurray, Alberta Turner talks Canadian Finance Min- ister John Turner (left) and West German Fi- nance Minister Hans Apel (right) met Wed- nesday in Bonn for economic talks. Collision victims identified WHITECOURT (CP) RCMP have released the names of the remaining two people killed in a two-truck collision that claimed the lives of six persons Sunday near this community, 90 miles northwest of Edmonton. Dead are Theresa Soto, 17, and Anna Marie Noskye, 16, both of the Sturgeon Lake In- dian Reserve. Their names were not released when the other four victims were iden- tified Tuesday because RCMP had some difficulty locating next of kin for the two girls. The accident occurred about 11.25 p.m. when the two trucks collided head-on and burst into flames on Highway 43 Sulphur moves from Alberta EDMONTON (CP) The largest single shipment of li- quid sulphur ever handled by Canadian National Railways will leave Alberta late this week. The shipment of 42 specially equipped and insulated tank cars will originate at the Chevron Standard Ltd. plant at Benbow. Alta., destined for the Mobil Oil plant at Depue, 111. The sulphur will be used in the manufacture of fertilizer. Whelan has no objection OTTAWA (CP) Agriculture Minister Eugene Whelan said Wednesday he has no opposition to consumer representation on marketing boards for farm products such as eggs. But in fairness, farmers should have the right to sit on other regulatory agencies such as the Canadian tran- sport commission, he said. Consumers are already represented on some of the 90 provincial marketing boards. However, no consumers sit on national boards such as the Canadian Egg Marketing Agency whose membership is established by Parliament Consumer Affairs Minister Andre Ouellet joined Beryl Plumptre earlier this month in calling for the inclusion of consumer representatives on egg marketing agencies. Mrs. Plumptre, chairman of the food prices review board, said the board recommended in January the establishment of a commission of producers, processors, consumers and government officials to review the structure of marketing boards. Marketing boards have been criticized by consumer groups since the Canadian Egg Marketing Agency revealed 28 million rotten eggs would have to be destroyed this year because of improper storage. Yellow Pages you know about, White Pages can show you a thing or two, too! Ever reaUy looked through your phone book? U's Ihe ongsnal "mine o! Youl) find Long distance information How to use Direct Distance Dialing An snside cover designed Jo find emergency numbers inslantly And of course phone numbers including nearby towns. HOW TO SPOT NUMBERS YOU USE A LOT Underline them Ring ifaem in red Or wiile them on 1he special Frequency Called Numbers page. This makes it last and easy check IhaJ number you're "almost sure" you remember saves Jime and temper on ends o5 Ihe Department rejects Fieger ideas CALGAKY (CP) While rejecting proposals made by his father Al. the external af- lairs department will do everything possible for Les Fieger, 23, who has been im- prisoned in a Mexico City jail on drug charges for almost a year. Jacques Asselin, a spokesman ior the depart- ment in Ottawa said in a telephone interview Wednes- day the government will do anything possible for the safe- ty and human rights of the jailed Canadian but has re- jected certain ideas put forward by his father. Mr Asselin said Mr. Fieger suggested the government press to have his son released with the provision that he be charged, tried and, if con- victed, jailed in Canada. IMPORTANT NOTICE TO NON-PROPERTY OWNERS VOTER REGISTRATION To be eligible to vote at the forthcoming Civic Election Non- Property owners must REGISTER at the Assessment Depart- ment in the City Hall. A non-property owner is qualified to vote if: (1) He is of the full age of 18 years on or before October 16, 1974. (2) He is a Canadian Citizen or British subject. (3) He has resided in Alberta for the 6 consecutive months immediately preceding September 18, 1974. (4) He was a resident of the City of Lethbridge on Septem- ber 18, 1974. Registration will be held during normal working hours up to and including the 25th day of September, 1974. REMEMBER you must REGISTER again even though you may have regis- tered in any previous year. John Gerla City Clerk 10 oz. tins QflllP Oil III CI nilR iLUUIl Robin Hood Bonus. 20 Ib. big MuwillHoBsa.1lb.pkg PEANUT BUTTER If I CO Bfeks.Wbolo Dill with Btrtle. lllflVLCO M6irflc.PolskiOiorki.48oz.jir PRICES EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 19, 20, 21, 1974 We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities. BURNS BEEF STEW 24 02. tin 79 ALPHA CREAMED HONEY 2lb.tub 449 BEEHIVE CORN SYRUP 2HM. 59 GRAVY TRAIN 20 BLEACH DIAPERS Baby Scott, 30 LISTERINE AnHaaptte Mouthwaah, 30 oz. HOT CHOCOLATE Carnation, loz.pkg............... COOKIES Datfa, 16 oz. pkg., Oatmaal Choc. KITCHEN BOUQUET 2or MACARONI DOG FOOD BARTLETT PEARS B.C. Canada Ho. 1 CHOICE ORANGES SiMUTa 5HOO TOMATOES Canada No. 1 IK I OHM flu COB ooz. 89' dtary Hurts PRO. TOP VALUE CONCENTRATE ORANGE JUICE I2oz.tm 2579 McCAINS STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE RUPERT BRAND COD CHIPS WHOLE lHAMS LITE PORK SIDE COIL GARLIC SAUSAGE. MAYFAIR SLICED SIDE BACON FRESH GRADE A WHOLE HICKEN. RIB AND BUTT END PORK LOIN CHOPS SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT GROCER MIHALIK'S FiiNMt Quality Motto Cut to Your 042-13th Street North Phone 328-5742 FffEC City ovVhApry on ItvtfN) Ofdhw- Stort Home Sftttfntey 9 to t pjftx, Thvrvitev 9 am to 9 pm i' foods t ;