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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Time running out on Nixon Brothers meet in Cairo Sgt. Bob Burns and Cpl.Ray brothers from St. New meet after finding out they are both at the Canadian Forces Base in Egypt. Few layoffs linked to fuel crisis By BUD JORGENSEN TORONTO The energy crisis appears to be simply a factor in an economic slowdown and there lave been few layoffs so far which can be directly linked to energy shortages. The impact of restrictive Vlideast oil-supply policies nay be more psychological Jian real but there are real shortages of many other in- lustrial commodities jffectmg industrial activity in Canada With few said J. L. chief of the economics department of the Canadian Manufactur- es' layoffs by jssociation members have not jeen attributed to energy shortages The Purchasing Manage- ment Association of n its latest report to said crippling shor- are developing in .ually every product area Mr Thibault said in an interview shortages include certain types of skilled man- power. INCREASE EXPECTED unemployment likely will rise sharply during the winter as shortages of many industrial supplies force cuts in production levels John chairman of the business survey com- mittee of the Purchasing Management Association and purchasing manager for Westinghouse Canada said many com- panies underestimated their needs and inventories are at low levels. Any layoffs this winter might have occurred even without the use of oil as a weapon in the Mideast war. Any of the problems now on the surface may develop into production cuts during the winter Shortages of including may mean unemployment In the United econo- mists are predicing a no- growth year in 1974. they're in then we're in Mr Thibault because the U.S is Canada's major customer. It takes more than two-thirds of our exports. WILL SET STAGE going to be a tough winter but if you look beyond the current difficulties it will set the stage for a much more soundly based ex- pansion John research direc- tor for the Ontario Federation of said labor is concerned that an energy shortage might be used as a convenient excuse for allowing companies to escape provisions of labor codes which provide for up to 16 weeks notice of layoff. The laws provide for waiver of notice if an is involved But the impact of Mideast at FLOWERS Have a Very Special Meaning Beautiful Potted Mums Poinsettias Azaleas Bouquets of large Mums or Spray M u m s LAWN FURNITURE also makes a FINE GIFT AVAILABLE AT 2 LOCATIONS SUNRISE RANCH COALDALE and CENTRE VILLAGE MALL LETHBRIDGE From now until Christmas This is a project of The Lethbridge Association for the Mentally Retarded oil supplies being reduced has been felt in Canada. Air Canada has cut 18 over- seas flights over a 15-day period because of fuel problems at the offshore destination. But the airline has about 550 flights a day and there have been no layoffs. Automobile companies also say prospects of tight energy supplies has accentuated a shift to purchases of smaller cars. General Motors of Canada Ltd plans to lay off workers for a week because it has too many large cars in its inventory. But these employees are covered under a supplementary unemploy- ment benefit program which provides them with 95 per cent of normal salary for that week. Starcraft Recreational Products Ltd of near has laid off 30 of its 65 camper trailer production workers. Fund set up as memorial to nurse EDMONTON An educational fund for northern nurses has been set up as a memorial to Judy the English-bom nurse who died in a plane crash while taking her Eskimo patients on a mercy flight from Cambridge Bay to Yellowknife in the Northwest territories. Philip a member of the fund's board of said today that all money received by Miss Hill's estate has been donated to the fund and it is hoped that the first grant can be made next year. Nimsick's son named judge VICTORIA Three new provincial court including the son of Mines Minister Leo have been appointed to the Attorney-General Alex Mac- uonald announced Friday. Leo A. a resi- dent of B was named to the East Kootenay judicial district. He is a graduate from Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia and obtained a law degree from the University of British Columbia in 1961. Youth slips to death EDMONTON Kirby of Edmonton was killed when he slipped from a snowbank into the path of a car in the city's west end NEW YORK Time is rapidly running out for President Nixon to produce his long-promised Watergate defence. For Nixon has been promising full disclosure on White House involvement in the Watergate affair and proclaiming that the once will prove him in- nocent of wrong-doing. This the White House launched Vhat it called Opera- tion Candor but it has con- sisted largely of protestations of innocence by the president in speeches before carefully selected audiences and groups of Republican congressmen called in for White House briefings. No documentary or other evidence has yet been produced. the country has seen Nixon fight vigorously against a court order to release to the Watergate prosecutor tape recordings of conversations between the president and key aides on Watergate matters. His deci- sion finally to release the tapes was followed by White House disclosure that two tapes were blank and that an 18-minute gap existed in a third. MANY HEADS FALL All this against a political background that included the resignation of the vice- the dismissal of the Watergate prosecutor and the resignation of the attorney- general and his chief and the indictment of two former cabinet ministers and a half-dozen or so White House aides on Watergate related charges. A new element now has entered the lengthening political drama with the approval by Congress of Michigan congressman Gerald Ford as vice- president. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES SALES OPPORTUNITY Exceptionally good opportunity to tell New end Ueed Chrysler-Plymouth cere end Dodge Trucks. Hard intelligent young Salesman. Previous experience not necessary. appearance and good attitude a must. LORNE FRANZ FLEMING MOTORS LTD. 7th St. and 1 et Ave. S. Phone 327-1591 or send reeume to P.O. Box Lethbridge The COUNTY OF LETHBRIDGE No. 26 Invites Applications for the following TEACHER of FRENCH and OTHER SUBJECTS to be assigned at NOBLE CENTRAL SCHOOL NOBLEFORD Duties to commence January 1974 Applications to be submitted C. E. Superintendent of Schools County of Lethbridge No. 26 214 13th St. Alberta Ofice Residence 328-2581 METRO-CALGARY AND RURAL GENERAL HOSPITAL DISTRICT NO. 93 Holy Cross Hospital Rockyview Hospital Holy Cross School of Nursing SUPERVISOR OF ACCOUNTING Reporting to the Director of the successful applicant will be responsible for supervising the dally accounting routine of the Hospital District This will include the preparation and analysis of various financial and statistical reports for manage- ment This Important administrative position will appeal to qualified accountants with a proven record of success In supervision Hospital or related Institutional experience Is preferred but not essential Please send complete resume Indicating references and salary expected to Director 61 Personnel Hospital District No. 93 6712 Fisher Street S.E. Alberta. T2H 2A7 EARLY CHILDHOOD SERVICE CO-ORDINATION COUNCIL OF FT. McMURRAY Invites applications for the position of CO-ORDINATOR A To co-ordinate the planning Implementation and evaluation of early childhood programs 6 To be responsible for curriculum and staffing C To be contact person for community and government agencies The ideal candidate possesses a university degree with emphasis on early childhood or elementary has teaching experience and administrative ability and works well with others AS NEGOTIATED dttaltod DM. 11th Mr. A. C. Henderson ECS CO-ORDINATION COUNCIL P.O. Box Fort Alte. TOAIKO LEASETRUCKS A large Western Canada Mobile Home Manufacturer requires Lease Trucks for hauling Mobile Homes from their factory to Dealer Lots in Western Canada. RATES TO BE DISCUSSED For Further Information Please Contact 'Darwyn Moon' Area Code Number 235-3311 TRADESMAN WANTED North Western Pulp Power Ltd. Alberta HEAVY DUTY MECHANIC FOR THEIR WOODLANDS DEPARTMENT Applicants should be in possession of Alberta T.Q. or equivalent Good working conditions and advanced employee benefit programs available Hinton is a growing town fifteen miles from Jasper Park East with good housing and schools. Submit confidential A. L. STAFFORD Personal North Western Pulp A Power Ltd. Alberta TOE 1BO C Your future is here xllbcna VOCATIONAL TRAINING SLAVE LAKE A Senior Administrative position within the Program Services Division of the Department of Advanced the incumbent of this position will have broad responsibilities for design and delivery of several types of adult education m Northwest Alberta. the incumbent will be responsible for administration of the Community Vocational Centre program of Northwest Alberta. Requires an Undergraduate degree and several years progressively responsible administrative experience Post graduate training familiarity with Alberta Technical Vocational Education would be an asset Salary dependent on the qualifications and experience presented. Closes December 1973 Competition Number 5686-2 GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE MAIN CENTENNIAL BUILDING 10015-103 T5J OH4 OR Room 500 TERRACE BUILDING EDMONTON. T5K 2C1_________ 3M SERVICE TECHNICIAN 3M CANADA LIMITED Requires a technically competent individual to repair and maintain our expanding line of Business Office Equipment Products m the Lethbridge area. Candidates should be High School graduates or the equivalent possess a good basic knowledge of electronics and enjoy meeting the public. Previous experience in field will be preferred This is a permanent position offering attractive excellent employee benefits and the oppor- tunity for advancement. Please send a confidential resume to Mr. Don E. Clark 3M CANADA LIMITED 4435-Manltoba Road Alberta 3M C Your future is here Liberia REGIONAL SWINE SPECIALIST LETHBRIDGE Acts as the Specialist in all aspects of Swine production in the Region Involves coordinating extension assisting the District Agriculturists with programs in the various planning and im- plementation of new liaison between the Department and Industry. B.Sc. in Agriculture with ma- jor In Animal related graduate training considerable experience m administration and extension related to swine industry. Salary range to per annum. Closes Dec 1973. Competition Number M641-C-2. Apply CALGARY address DRAINAGE SPECIALIST Irrigation Department of Lethbridge. Supervises technical co-ordinates on- going reclamation or rehabilitation projects' work load with other division staff Duties include deter- mining methods of investigation to identify saline and seepage preparing cost estimates and designing canals or drainage systems for draining or reclamation of farm land. B.Sc in Agriculture or Agriculture some related eligible for membership In the A.I.A. Salary range 196 to per annum. Competition 4406- C-9. Closes December 19. 1973. Information and application forms GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING 620 7th AVENUE S. W. ALBERTA T2P OY8 ;