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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, December 13, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 CAREERS AGRICULTURAL SALES We have a sales opening for a self-motivated person with an agricultural background. We will train you to sell the world's leading storage and automated feeding systems. Our program Is based. Phone 277-7581 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Long Distance call collect. HEAVY DUTY MECHANICS REQUIRED Permanent positions. Large new shop in Calgary. Excellent wages. Apply to: SERVICE MANAGER, quipmc ?.E., Calgary Phone: (403) 279-4454 After (403) 281-5387 Cedar Construction Equipment Co. Ltd. 8242-301H Street S.E., Calgary SALESPERSON REQUIRED BY LETHBRIDGE RETAIL SPECIALTY FURNITURE STORE Travel required in Southwestern Alberta Must have own transportation Salaried training period with commission thereafter Sales experience desired but not necessary "Our staff is aware of this ad will require the following assistants Two (2) interviewers The major responsibility of these persons will be to contact and interview prospective employees Hourly rate 76 plus holiday pay One (1) information clerk This person s major responsibilities will be in the clerical support area including the compilation and organization of material for a directory Hourly rate 75 plus holiday pay Applications may be obtained from the Career Information Centre. Room 407 Professional Building. 740 4 Avenue S Lethbridge. or a complete personal resume may be forwarded to the above address Department 'taken to cleaners9 Use Classified Ads For Fast Results Phons 328-4411 OTTAWA (CP) The de- fence department is wonder- ing whether it is "being taken to the cleaners" on some of the non-military services it provides, deputy minister Sylvan Cloutier said Thur- sday. Mr. Cloutier made the state- ment before the Commons public accounts committee while explaining how the department doesn't such ser- vices. He said he is attempting to determine whether those who ordinarily should provide some services are looking to the military instead. He said he wanted to make sure the military is being used because of its capabilities and not simply as cheap labor. The defence department provides a vast array of non- military service, ranging from humanitarian aid to building bridges in the North and services to communities. Auditor-general reports for 1972-73, now before the com- mittee, and 1973-74, which will be discussed shortly, criticize the department for not charg- ing or not charging enough for these services. Mr. Cloutier said the amount charged by the military, except in cases of humanitarian assistance, is determined to a large extent on the benefit the military receives. This benefit could' include the valuable training received by soldiers. Tourist diversion proposed CALGARY (CP) Alberta Tourism Minister Bob Dowl- ing said Thursday tourist traf- fic must be diverted away from Banff and Jasper national parks in the Rocky Mountains because of over- use Mr. Dowling said in an interview that While the parks are overcrowded during peak summer months other natural attractions are virtually ig- nored He predicted that more American tourists will enter Alberta in 1975 as the gasoline shortage ends He said the province should try to spread the tourists over a wider area to take full ad- vantage of the tourist influx He suggested further tourist development, "at a controlled at Wood Buffalo National Park, the Drumheller Badlands, and the Peace River region Woman killed in accident RED WILLOW (CP) Sheilagh Anne Moffatt, 20, of Erskine, was killed in a single car accident eight miles east of this community, 40 miles east of Red Deer Police said her car left a district road in the early evening hours EXPERIENCED MEDICAL RECORDS PERSON To share duties in 60 bed accredited active treat- ment hospital Salary to commensurate with ex- perience an H.S A.A agreement Starting date to be agreeable to both parties Applicants may apply to; Miss R. Rinaldi, Director of Nursing, Crowsnest Pass General Hosp.ital and Nursing Home District No. 40 Box 510, Blairmore, Alberta. Public Service Fonction publique Canada Canada ELECTRONICS TECHNICIANS Salary: to per annum (Plus Isolated Post Allowance) Telecommunications and Electronics Branch MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT VARIOUS LOCATIONS This competition open to both men and women in Alberta. Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Northwest Territories and the Yukon Territory. Successful applicants will be assigned to radar, air navigational aids and communications maintenance at airports in Alberta. Yukon Territory, Northwest Territories and Northern British Columbia Candidates should be technical school graduates in Electronics (1600 hours) or possess equivalent training and experience Promotional opportunities are excellent and will be on the basis of merit Married accommodation, schools and hospitals are available at northern locations Proficiency in the English language Is essential Appointments as a result of this competition are sublect to the provisions of the Public Service Employment Act Forward "Application for Employment" (Form PSC 367-4110) available at Pott Offices, Canada Manpower Centres and Offices of the Public Service Commission of Canada! or resumes tor further information to: Public Service Commission, 300 Confederation Building, 103SS Jasper Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta. T5J 1Y6. Competition Closes: December 27, 1974. QUOTE COMPETITION NO. 74-E-3A21. The 1973-74 auditor- general's report cited, as an example, the Young Canada Games held in Burnaby, B.C., in 1973. At the request of the welfare department, defence had provided in ser- vices but had recovered only from the former. Mr. Cloutier also told the committee that the forces' in- ventory at present has between and items, worth an estimated billion stored in four depots, 80 to 85 repair facilities and 60 bases or stations in Canada and Europe. He said by June, 1975, all this will be controlled in Ot- tawa through a centralized computer system that will be the most sophisticated in any NATO country. He said that since the three services were integrated manpower savings over the years amounted to about million while million was saved in storage costs. In response to charges of over stocking, he said in some cases the auditor-general's accountants do not realize the problems of the military. For instance, the Tracker patrol aircraft acquired in the 1950s now are out of produc- tion, but a complete set of spares must be kept in storage for years to be ready when needed. The plane could be in service until 1985. However, he did not elaborate on a notation in the auditor-general's report for 1972-73 which stated there was practically no use of .30- calibre rifle barrels in storage, plus bayonets, men's wool overcoasts and divine service books, among other things. An accountant testified that since that report, the barrels had been disposed of. Cape Fashions Audrey Gostlin fedtures tapes designed by Marielle Floury of Montreal. In this Saturday's Weekend Magazine. The LetlibritUje Herald COME SEE THE BIG DIFFERENCE IN SMALL CARS FROM PLYMOUTH Valiant Duster Cricket HERE More elegance, to satisfy your desire for luxury in a compact car Valiant Brougham has vinyl roof, colour keyed wheel covers, hood ornament, dual body side paint stripes. HERE Living room comfort for five Valiant Brougham interiors with hand- some appointments, rich suede-like cloth upholstery with the look and feel of fine furniture. HERE Cricket has automatic shift, or completely synchronized four on the floor And adjustable steering wheel And fully reclining bucket seats HERE Cricket wnqon rear seat goes down for over 58 ru ft cargo space, goes up to provide travelling toom for five HERE Built in Quiet Packnqr makes Volinnl Brougham one of the quietest on the road, and that includes the big cars _ HERE Valiant Brougham engine choice of 225 Slant Six and great 318 V8 Super options like power disc brakes, air condition- ing, sun roof on 2 door hardtop only, fuel pacer HERE Every North American built Plymouth has big car ride, smoother and quietei than ever with unibody construction and torsion bars HERE Every North American built Plymouth has unique electronic ignition for sure starts in any weather Practically maintenance free And here, at your Plymouth dealer whose small car know-how inside and out, has helped make Valiant Canada's No. 1 selling compact! PLYMOUTH'S HERE DiAtPi hns the sporty qood looks you wcinl, yet seats five in rornfoi t And the enqine you wont famous Slont Six qas miser, 318 V8, or 360 V8 powerhouse CHRYSLER CANADA I TO GOT YOUR SIZE FOR 75 NOW HERE'S THE CLINCHER! New 12 montti unlimited mileage warranty It's going to take better cane of the people who buy our cars. II For the first 12 months of use, any Chrysler Canada Ltd. dealer will fix without charge for parts and labour, any part of our 1975 passenger cars we supply (except tires, which are covered by the people who make them) which proves defective in normal use, legardless of mileage. Special policies and programs include the replacement of selected items such as brake linings, shock absorbers, tail- pipes and mufflers should they wear out in normal use during the first twelve months. Participating dealers will supply a leaner free of charge. The warranty period for police cars and taxis is twelve months or twelve thousand miles whichever occurs first. Visit your local Chrysler Canada Ltd. dealer for complete details. Gran Fury Fury Valiant Duster Cricket DcxJgeTrucks ;