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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, August The University of Lethbridge DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC Requires for academic year SESSIONAL LECTURER IN MUSIC Salary per year To present one undergraduate course per semester in either music literature or applied woodwinds. QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum of Masters Degree in Music with teaching experience. Applications must be received before AUGUST 25, 1974. and submitted to: Professor Dean Blair, Chairman Department of Music the University of Lethbridge 4401 University Drive Lethbridge, Alberta T1K 3M4 SUPERINTENDENT OF SOCIAL PLANNING The City of Lethbridge requires a Superintendent of Social Planning who will be responsible for general development of community resources and projects aimed at preventing social and personal problems, direct supervision of Preventive Social Service pro- jects, assisting the Community Services Director in all facets of social planning, including housing stan- dards, culture, recreation, parks, formulation of broad social program plans and administrative poli- cies for submission to major city committees and City Council. SALARY: per annum dependent on qualifications and experience. QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants will have a Bachelor's Degree or equivalent- experience in a related social science. Additional business courses are an asset. Ability to communicate with people of the community is a necessity. Please direct confidential enquiries with an outline of experience and personal data to the Personnel Officer, City Hall, Lethbridge, Alberta. Applications will not be accepted after August 12, 1974. MEDICAL LABORATORY AND RADIOGRAPHY PROGRAM Applications are invited for a training program in medical laboratory and radiography of 8 months dur- ation offered to a select number of Alberta residents. There is no tuition fee. Text books, and residential costs in Edmonton during training, will be the responsibility of the stu- dent although a limited number of bursaries are available. Classes commence October 1, 1974. Requirements are: 1) Alberta grade 12 level in Chemistry and Mathematics 2) A committment to work in the rural hospital field for at least 12 months immediately following the training period. Inquiries are to be addressed to: Medical Services Division Alberta Health and Social Development Room 540 10215 108th St. A Edmonton Health and Social Development PSYCHIATRIC DAY CARE CENTRE EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES A unique opportunity for individuals interested in establishing a new day care program for patients from an active treatment hospital, and out-patients referred from local agencies and medical prac- titioners. A team approach will be used to provide recreational and occupa- tional therapy, group therapy, and related activities. The following positions are open: COORDINATOR: With other members of the team will develop overall objectives and direction of program. Specific responsibilities tor administration and coordination of all phases of the program, including in-patient activities at the hospital Responsible for in-service education of members of the health team. Provide instruction in psychiatric nursing to nursing students. QUALIFICATIONS: Individual should -have Master's degree with special emphasis in psychiatry. Knowledge of nursing procedures and experience in health care or related community agencies would be an asset. Salary dependent on experience and training. PSYCHIATRIC NURSES: These positions will be of interest to those wanting an opportunity to develop new programs of patient care. Individuals will rotate through an active treatment hospital and the day care program. Salary to be reviewed January 1 75. OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST; This individual will be given the opportunity to develop a program of activities and therapy for all patients, and work in close co- operation with other Occupational Therapists in an existing department to provide a complete program. Salary to be reviewed April 1 75. RECREATIONAL THERAPIST: Work closely with other members of the team to provide recreational therapy and activities for the patients. Salary dependent on experience and training. Deadline for receipt of applications August 24 Program to start as soon as staff acquired. For further information and application forms please contact: Personnel Director Lethbridge General and Auxiliary Hospital and Nursing Home District No. 65 Lethbridge Municipal Hospital Lethbridge, Alberta Phone: (403) 327-4531 REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY Experienced waiter or waitress for Alexander Restaurant, experience necessary. Please apply m person. MANAGEMENT TRAINEE required BY A MAJOR TIRE COMPANY Salary plus incentive bonus. Opportunity for rapid advancement, excellent company benefits. Suc- cessful performance can lead to Store Manager. Retail sales experience plus a grade 12 educa- tion an asset. apply in person to MARY TOLLEY Firestone Stores Lethbridge DAY CARE COORDINATOR LETHBRIDGE Y.W.C.A. Responsible for operation of a daycare centre 3 full days per week. Immediate. Apply, stating experience and qualifications to: PROGRAM COORDINATOR Y.W.C.A. 604-8 St. South Lethbridge, Alberta AUTOMOTIVE PARTS WHOLESALE National Branded Manufacturer of Automobile Parts Requires distribution Tor the Lethbridge Area. Capital investment required with inventory Assistance Available. Reply to Box 5 YOUR FUTURE IS HERE. GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGIST Department of the Environment. Calgary Supervision of small and medium sized construction projects. Duties Ensures contractors adhere to plans and specifications, makes recommendations concerning the rejection or approval of construction phases, maintains liaison with contractors and prepares construction pro- gress reports. Require two years construction experience A diploma m a related field from an Institute of Technology would be considered desirable. An equivalent combination of experience and training will be considered. Salary range to S867 per month Closes: August 22. 1974 Competition Number: QUOTE COMPETITION NUMBER WHEN Information and application forms from: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 1101, JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING 620 7TH AVENUE S. W. CALGARY, ALBERTA T2P OY8 YOUR FUTURE IS HERE. Liberia GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PLANNING ENGINEER Department of Agriculture Irrigation Division. Lethbridge Specializes in planning, preliminary design and evaluation of irrigation and drainage systems and projects. B.Sc in Civil, Agricultural or Irrigation and Drainage Engineering and some related experience in irrigation and drainage, planning and design. Salary range to Competition Number. 1002-C-2. Closes: August 21, 1974. (PLEASE QUOTE COMPETITION NUMBER WHEN PLANNING TECHNICIAN Alberta Agriculture. Irrigation Division. Lethbridge to assist the Planning Engineer in preliminary design and cost estimating of irrigation systems and structures. Other duties include plotting of relocations, grades, canals: quantities cal- culations and preparation of alternative layouts as required Grade 12. graduation from a Technical School in a related discipline, desire several years experience related to the design of irrigation systems or equivalent. Salary to per annum. Competition Number: Closing Date: August 22. 1974. (PLEASE QUOTE COMPETITION NUMBER WHEN APPLYING Information and application forms from: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 1101, JOHN J. BOWLWN BUILDING 620 7th AVENUE S.W. CALGARY, ALBERTA T2P OY8 DRESSER CLARK LETHBRIDGE Has permanent employment openings for reli- able machine operators with qualifications in the .following: Horizontal and Vertical Boring Mills Engine and Turret Lathes Horizontal and Vertical Milling Machines Radial Drill Presses All replies in strictest confidence. Wages com- mensurate with ability and training. Apply to: CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE 419-7 Street South LETHBRIDGE, Alberta T1J 2G5 Phone: 327-8535 Ext.: 35 Troops dislike hotel NICOSIA (CP) Canadian troops have replaced the tour- ists in the Ledra Palace Hotel. The way the soldiers tell it though, they would prefer the spartan lines of a tent camp to the battle-scarred elegance of the luxury hotel. The plumbing is out in an entire wing, victim of a heavy shell, and the air conditioning has given up, unable to cope with the heat let in by hundreds of bullet and mortar holes that punctured the walls during the recent fighting between-Greeks and Turks. The mixture of heat and un- flushable toilets has made the building quite unlike anything it was in the days when the Ledra was the place to stay in Nicosia. Yet the hotel was destined to become a military camp. !t sits squarely between Greek-and Turkish-Cypriot enclaves in this city of and represents a valuable military vantage point for either side. The hotel was one of the first strategic points sought by Greek national guardsmen when Turkish forces invaded the island July 20. As soon as the trouble started July 20, the Greek national guard on top of the Ledra Palace attacked the Turks, Rauf Denktash, leader of the minority Turkish com- munity said. "So we informed the United Nations immediately and said. 'You either bring these bastards down or we'll have them brought down by the Turkish air force.' The UN peace force, he said, did not take notice of the threat, and there were more Turkish casualties. They again informed the peacekeepers that they would bombard the hotel if the UN was unable to stop the national guard. Denktash said he gave the UN an hour to clear jour- nalists, tourists and Greek- Cypriots out of the hotel. The Turks then stopped fir- ing, called off the air raid as the Canadians took over the hotel. But later, Denktash charged, when the national guard saw that everything was quiet they asked the UN troops to leave and the peacekeepers did. Another attack on the Turkish sector followed. So the Turkish command de- cided to go ahead with its air attack. A scant 20 minutes be- fore it took place, however, the United Nations force again took over the hotel and the Turks had just enough time to stop their planes. Advisory committee announced OTTAWA (CP) A national advisory committee to recommend treatment and training programs for the rehabilitation of female prisoners under federal jurisdiction was announced Friday by Solicitor-General Warren Allmand. The seven-member com- mittee, headed by Donna Clark, a social work professor at the University of Toronto, is to conduct a six-month study of the population profile of female prisoners, examine existing penitentiary facilities, look at remedial programs and develop parole plans. The other members of the committee are Margaret Ben- son of Toronto, a member of the National Parole Board; Mary rose Lette of Montreal, another member of the board; Judge Sandra Oxner of Halifax: Phyllis Haslam of Toronto, executive director of the Elizabeth Fry Society of Toronto; Marie Marulie, of Ottawa, executive director of the National Indian Brotherhood, and Ethel Allar- dice of Vancouver, executive director of the Elizabeth Fry Society of British Columbia. FELL TO ITS PEOPLE The Roman Colosseum sur- vived fifth-century barbarian invaders only to be ruined in the Middle Ages when Roman rich quarried it for marble and stone for palaces. 318-6th St. South Phone 329 3646 Lethbridge. Alberta PRESCRIPTION SERVICE ITiVmT-lUWa Formerly Fields Store SPECIALS IN EFFECT UNTIL SATURDAY, AUGUST 17 Glycerine by Ptrtt Adult COUPON EXPIRES August 17 PARDECor GERIPLEXCAPS a i 2.99 I El COUPON EXPIRES Aujust 17 13 G! 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