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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LIP projects extended OTTAWA (O) About selected Local Initiatives Pro- gram (LIP) projects will be ex- tended from one to eight months beyond their termina- tion date of May 31, the depart- ment of manpower and immi- gration announced today. The extensions will cost million, of which million will be spent in areas "where unemployment in March ex- ceeded the seasonally-unad- justed national average rate for that month.' Manpower Minister Robert Andras, in a release, said the extension would apply to proj- ects which are meeting their objectives, have strong commu- nity support and have demon- strated sound management practices. The extensions will involve about jobs. Education and school related projects will be eligible for ex- tensions to June 30. An esti- mated 270 projects involving 000 jobs and costing million are in this group. EXTEND 900 Approximately 900 projects involving jobs in high unemployment areas will be ex- tended to Nov. 30. This will cost an estimated million. Some 75 projects "with entre- preneurial potential" and cost- ing about million will be ex- tended for eight months. An es- timated jobs will be con- tinued. Extensions up to six months will be granted to service proj- ects operated by natives. An es- timated million will be ex- HELP YOU DET THE HOME YOU WANT! ART DRIEDIGER Send for your free 1973 Home Guide Today. I I I I P. O. Box 3034, Postal Station 'B', Calgary, Alberta NAME pended and jobs contin- ued. He department also granted extensions to some proj- ects that were delayed in start- ing. These will be allowed to continue until at least July 28. They will not receive more money to finance this extension. Traders group earnings up TORONTO (CP) Traders Group Ltd. reports net earnings for the first quarter ended March 31 increased to 000, or 52 cents a share, from or 45 cents, for the corresponding period last year. The company said there was an extraordinary capital gain in the quarter of from the sale of an initial 10 per cent of the capital stock of Aetna Fac- tott Corp. Ltd. Prince named NASSAU (AP) Prince Charles will represent the Queen when the Bahamas are granted then- independence this summer. Independence Day is set for July 10 when the prince will present Bahamian Prime Minis- ter Lynden O. Pindling with the papers granting independence. Government officials said the prince will arrive here July 6 aboard a Royal Navy frigate. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES MEDICINE HAT COLLEGE MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA Invites applications for position of INSTRUCTOR in Fundamentals of Nursing QUALIFICATIONS: Master's degree preferred, particu- larly in Medical-Surgical Nursing. Registered Nurses with Bachelor degree and previous teach- ing experience in a two-year Diploma Nursing Program considered. STARTING SALARY: (1972-73 scale) depending on qualifications and experience. Extra salaries for those chosen to teach summer session. STARTING'DATE: July 1, 1973 MAKE APPLICATION TO: Director, Diploma Nursing Program Medicine Hat College Medicine Hat, Alberta Please send full details of training and experience together with transcripts, references, credits, etc.) MEDICINE HAT COLLEGE rV'.CDICINE HAT, ALBERTA invites applications for the position of AUDIO-VISUAL TECHNICIAN The successful candidate will provide leadership in the use of audio-visual media for instruction and for promotion of the College and its programs. would be responsible for maintenance of equipment, audio-visual set-ups, budget- ing, and other duties as assigned. would work under the supervision of the Director of the Learning Resources Center. BACKGROUND: 1. A.V. Technician Diploma 2. Practical experience in A.V. use in Education STARTING SALARY depending on qua- lifications and experience STARTING DATE: July 1, 1973, or as arranged MAKE APPLICATION TO: DR. MRVIN S. TAGG Academic Vice-President Medicine Hat College Medicine Hat, Alberta (Please send full details of training and experience together with transcripts, references, credits, etc.) SIMPSONS Sears Canada's fastest growing retail business has opening for COMMISSION SALES PEOPLE in the Sewing Machine and Appliance Departments Preference will be given to those experienced and know- ledgeable of the above, or closely related area. We can offer you an opportunity for above average income and a wide range of benefits including a 37% hour work week. Apply in person to: PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT SIMPSONS-SEARS CENTRE VILLAGE MALL MEDICINE HAT COLLEGE MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA invites applications for the position of INSTRUCTOR in Business Administration Medicine Hat College is looking for an instructor in Business Administration to teach primarily in the areas of Accounting, Finance and Data Processing. In addition to teaching, the instructor will be required to supervise a work-study pro- gram. BACKGROUND: 1. University training In Business, preferably at the Master's level. 2. Practical experience in Business. 3. Experience with work-study programs would be an asset. STARTING SALARY: depending on training and experience (1972-73 scale) STARTING DATE: July 1, 1973 or as arranged MAKE APPLICATION TO: DR. MELVIN S. TAGG Academic Vice-President Medicine Hat College, Medicine Hat, Alberta (Please send full details of training and experience together wiih transcripts, references, etc.) Tax try Llew Devine, a Canadian author, moiled his 1972 income tax return yesterday claiming a million tax be spread over his lifetime earnings. But be- cause of legal entanglements he has received no money from his novel, The Arrow of Appollyon. The million is the amount he claims he would have made if his book had been published. Trust firm earnings up TORONTO (CP) Trust reports net earnings for the quarter ended March 31 of or 27 cents a share, up from or 25.2 cents for the corresponding period in 1972. The company said the figures exclude gains or losses on se- curity transactions which are reflected in the second and fourth quarter of each fiscal year. Saturday, April 1973 THE I'.fTHBRlDOB HfRAlD Jailing of natives down EDMONTON (CP) There was a "remarkable drop" in the number of natives commit- ted to correctional institutions in Alberta during 1971-72, At- torney-general Merv Leitch says. Mr. Leitch told conference of courtworkers from the Na- tive Counselling Services of Al- berta that native people were committed to correction- al institutions in 1971-72 com- pared with in 1968-69. However, he said, the govern- ment is trying to "come up with a solution to the problem other than putting people in cor- rectional institutions." "We have far too many peo- ple in our institutions as a re- sult of alcoholism not be- cause of crimes committed un- der the influence of alcohol but because they have a drinking problem." Mr. Leitch said the province "regards jail sentences as a last resort when all other meth- ods have failed." R. H. DICK JACKMAN AUCTION SALE 20 Miles West of Fort Maeleod on Spring Point Road, 2% Miles South or 6 Miles East of Pineher Station to Summerview Road and 10 Miles North. FOLLOW THE SIGNS SATURDAY, MAY 5 SALE TIME: A.M. LUNCH SERVED BY SPRING POINT LADIES' CLUB TRUCKS AND TRACTORS IHC WD9, new rear lires; Massey Harris 44 diesel; 1964 Ford 600 with grain box, hoist racks, 920 tires; 1964 Ford 250, 4-wheel drive, V8 motor, 0x8 grain box and stock racks, equipped with winch, 750x17 ground grip tires, new last fall; 1946 Ford 3-ton, cab and chassis MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT IHC 14-ft. model 150 hoe drill with wide packers and fertilizer attachment. MH 14-ft. double disc drill; Jeoffroy 10- ft. chise! Edwards rod weeder attachment for 10-ff. cultivator; JD 72-ft. rod weeder; MH No. 21 combine with Sund pickup; MH No. 10 P.T.O. baler; MH No. 6 semi-mount power mower, 7-ft.; MH No. 36 5-bar side delivery rake. JD 12-ft. pull-type swather. MISCELLANEOUS AND SHOP EQUIPMENT Robin grain roller with intake and discharge augers and concentrate hopper; 21-ft. Hutchings grain auger; 4-in. auger 16-ft. long, with Clinton motor; 20-ft. Allied bale elevator) Inland weed sprayer with 30-ft. booms; 10-bale bale stookeri 500-gal. 2-comp. fuel tank; 8-ft. galvanized water trough; Calf puller; 1-ton chain hoist; Blacksmith anvil and forge; Post drill; Stock saddle and bridle; Misc. shop tools; Log chains; Fencing tools; Tap and Die set; Grease guns; Truck tarps; Propane branding torch; Kerosene chick brooder. Quantity assorted grass seed; Rubber-tired wagon and racks; Quantity fence posts; Grain hopper on rubber tired wagonj 10x12 self feeder; 10x14 brooder coop; Veterinarian supplies; Fed troughs. HOUSEHOLD GE electric wringer washer 30-in Findlay propane range. Hoover spin dryer and washer HORSES Black and White Pinfo Gelding, well broke. AUCTIONEERS DAVE McNAB GERALD THOMPSON Licence No. 010221 Licence No. 010222 Phone 234-2206 Phone 627-4278 FORT MACLEOD PINCHER CREEK UTHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE invites applications for the following position INSTRUaOR for tho OUTDOOR RECREATION AND CONSERVATION EDUCATION PROGRAM QUALIFICATIONS-Masters in Geography or Ecology or Renewable Resource Management courses entitled Map and Aerial Photograph Interpretation, Water Resources, Forest Resources, Pork and Recreational lands; ond develop a program for fond use techni- cians including courses in meteorology, land use planning, hydrology end soil resources. APPLICATION 14, 1973 Interested persons should apply for the Standard Ap- plication for Employment fo> Director of Personnel Lethbridge Community College lethbridge, Alberta Telephone 327-2141, ext. 216 MEDICINE HAT COLLEGE MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA invites applications for the positions of both male and female COUNSELORS for STUDENT. SERVICES CENTRE BACKGROUND: 1. Minimum of completed Masters Degree 2. Counselling experience 3. Preference will be given to persons with brood professional academic backgrounds who ore qualified to provide a variety of services and are willing to assist in the instructional program. RESPONSIBILITIES: Personal, educational and career counselling, testing, financial counselling, and liaison with the Students Association. STARTING SALARY: depending on qualifications and experience. STARTING DATE: July 1, 1973 MAKE APPLICATION TO: MR. C, IORNE DICK Vice-President, Student Services Medicine Hat College Medicine Hat, Alberta Mental ILLNESS is Costly Mental Health is Priceless WHY HERALD WANT ADS PHONE 328-4411 The Canadian Mental Health Association Needs for the Mental Health of Southern Alberta May 1-6 is Mental Health Week BECAUSE: 1. One in three Canadians will require treatment for Mental Illness sometime in his or her life 2. Mental Illness can be cured 3. Your Mental Health is our Concern 4. We provide services and programs for Lethbridge, Taber, Raymond, Clares- holm, and will assist any area in Southern Alberta 5. We are available 24 hours a day to help you in time of trouble 6. We desperately need if we are to continue operating our programs DID YOU KNOW: WE PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING SERVICES FREE: Twenty-Four-Hou-a-Day Answering is always available to help you in time of trouble. Phone 327-0100 Camping Program serves 40 psychiatric patients from Southern Alberta Hospital Volunteers take mentally ill patients bowl- ing, golfing, shopping, to the movies, etc. Rehabilitation and After-Core to help ex-mental pa- tients re-adjust fo Society. Special Programs and Parties for the Aged, the Sick and Jhe lonely. Foster Homes for ex-mental patients to give them a new environment Extensive Educational Programs to promote mental health Films, Pamphlets, Books, Speakers. Workshops for Teachers and Parents, medical doctors, psychologists, teachers and sociologists toke part in mental health programs DO YOU KNOW: WHAT WE COULD START WITH YOUR CONTRIBUTION: Family Care Programs to help families of patients to understand and to assist in the patient's recovery. Family Workshops for parents of pre-schoolers with problems School Programs to help teachers identify early signs of mental illness. Worry Clinics to help husbands and wives and fami- lies cope with the problems of mental illness Full-time Rehabilitation Centre instead of ovr present day-and-a-half-a-week program Craft Program with better fertilities, better projects, better and more diversified equipment More Programs for Alberta Hospital, CJareshoIm; more programs for Taber, Raymond, the Pass and all the towns of Southern Alberta A Massive Program to take the Shame out of Mental illness A Massive Program to keep the Mentally Healthy, Mentally Heorthy Your Mental Health Association Cares PIEASE MAIL YOUR DONATIONS TO CANAD IAN MENTAL HEALTH, lETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA All DONATIONS ARE INCOME TAX DEDUCmiE ;