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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBftlDGE HERALD Tuesday, Dtctmbtr 24, 1974 Mail-sorting machine operators get parity OTTAWA (CP) A new pay agreement for postal employees who run automatic coding and mail-sorting machines has injected a ray of hope into the often-gloomy saga of post office labor relations. The agreement improves the jobs of the machine operators and brings their lower pay equal to that of manual sorters. Postmaster-General Bryce Mackasey announced the agreement Friday in the Com- mons and Jean-Claude Parrot, acting national president of the Canadian Union of Postal Worlers has greeted it as a victory The arrangement followed months of talks between union and government officials un- der Toronto mediator Eric Taylor, who was given the task last April of settling a bitter illegal national strike that arose over the technological change issue. The change is likely to im- prove the bargaining climate with contract talks affecting about postal work em- ployees, including mail truckdrivers, letter carriers and inside workers, to begin in the next few weeks. Automatic appeals end OTTAWA (CP) Automatic appeals to the Supreme Court of Canada in civil cases involving or more will cease before Jan. 28, Chief Justice Bora Laskin announced today. The chief justice said he has been informed that a govern- ment bill ending automatic appeals will be proclaimed be- tween now and Jan. 28, UNSAFE OTTAWA (CP) Eight brands of con- doms, all of them made in Germany or Den- mark, have been remov- ed from the Canadian market because of the likelihood of leakage, Health Minister Marc Lalonde announced Monday. The recalls follow testing of 60 brands of the contraceptive devices by health protection branch of- ficials, says the an- nouncement from Mr. Lalonde's department. Consumers in posses- sion of the products are advised to return them to the place of purchase or destroy them. Nixon pardon 'too WASHINGTON (AP) U.S. District Judge John Sirica said Monday that while the pardon granted former president Nixon is "too it should not affect the out- come of the Watergate cover up trial. Sirica said his acceptance of a medical opinion that Nixon should not testify at the trial does not give defence lawyers licence to use the former president's absence as an argument for acquittal. "I don't think the fact that he is not here makes any he said. Earlier, John Mitchell's lawyer said the evidence in the Watergate cover up trial has shown his client's mis- guided loyalty to Nixon was rewarded by a decision to make the former attorney general "the fall guy" of Watergate. William Hundley, giving the second of the defendants' clos- ing arguments to the jury, B.C. Petroleum won't hike prices SAVE HUNDREDS TODAY DURING DUNLOP FORD'S AUDITORS Top Trade-In Allowances On Your Present Car! Our auditors demand we make every effort to re- duce our entire in- ventory of new and used cars and trucks before year end. To do so we have substantially re- duced prices as we make every effort to comply with their request for tax reasons. New They All Must Go! BRAND NEW 1975 LTD BROUGHAM 2 door hardtop, white vinyl roof, maroon met- allic paint, automatic transmission, P.S P.B., 400 V8 engine stereo, air condition- ing, radial tires. SAVE HUNDREDS STOCK NO 1923 1975 FORD F3501 TON WITH DUALS 161 wb 10.000 GVW. 360 V-8. 4 speed, PS. 750x16 tires, 4 grips, aux rear springs Knit vinyl seat Dual Wes- tern mirrors Suitable for 12 ft van or box Reg retail 5957 20 SAVE HUNDREDS STOCK NO 1907 1975 FORD F250 CREWCAB 4 WHEEL DRIVE 360 V8. automatic trans., power steering, power brakes, 7100 GVW. block heater, knit vinyl seats. 750x16 tires, 5 grips Aux rear springs, 3800 front axle. Positraction rear axle, 2 units in stock Reg retail S089.00. SAVE HUNDREDS STOCK NO 57 1975 FORD LTD LANDAU 4 DOOR PILLAR HARDTOP Ermine white in color with white vinyl roof. 460 V8. auto ps. p b JR radial tires, convenience group. stereo radio and tape player, automatic air conditioner speed control, fender skirts, power seats and windows Landau group. Reg. retail 9804.50 SAVE HUNDREDS STOCK NO 46 1975 FORD LTD 4 DR. PILLAR HARDTOP Silver with blue vinyl roof. 400 2V automatic, power steer- ing power brakes, air conditioning, radial tires, power door locks speed control, aux fuel tank, tilt wheel, radio, rear defogger Reg retail 7566 80 SAVE HUNDREDS STOCK NO 10 1975 FORD LTD BROUGHAM 2 DR. HARDTOP Silver blue glow and blue vinyl roof, Duraweave vinyl in- tenor Split bench seat, 400 2V auto trans p s p b radio and speakers speed control, auto air conditioning, tinted glass Radial tires Reg retail 8040 20 SAVE HUNDREDS STOCK NO 1935 1975 MAVERICK 2 DR. SEDAN Orange in color, 250 six cyl. auto, trans., radial WSW tires, wheel covers, deluxe interior Reg. retail 4488 90 SAVE HUNDREDS STOCK NO 1979 1975 MAVERICK GRABBER 2 DR. 302 VS. auto, trans, bucket seats, black vinyl roof, yel- low in color, radio, DR70 radial tires, PS, P B Reg re- tail 531090 SAVE HUNDREDS STOCK NO 128 1974 ECONOLINE CUSTOM CLUB 12 PASSENGER WAGON 302 V8 automatic power steering, power brakes, deluxe tu-tone brown white aux heater, custom trim Reg retail 7007 80 SAVE HUNDREDS STOCK NO 77 1974 ECONOLINE CARGO VAN LONG WHEEL BASE 302 V8, auto trans power steering, pass seat, rear door glass, side door glass, 640x15 tires par brakes Sliding cargo door, white in color Reg retail 5445 40 SAVE HUNDREDS STOCK NO 1922 1974 WT 9000152" WB TRACTOR PACKAGE TANDEM rear axle, 13 speed road ranger trans, 318 De- troit diesel power steering. GVW 65.000, alum walking beams, steel sleeper, white in color 5th wheel installed ready to go SAVE HUNDREDS STOCK NO 106 1975 FORD FIDO CUSTOM PICKUP 360 V8, automatic trans. power steering power brakes, 5100 GVW radio, swing lok mirrors, rear bumper, Ba- hama Blue in color Reg 5666 70 SAVE HUNDREDS STOCK NO 134 1975 FORD F250 PICKUP 4x4, 360 V8 4 speed trans, traction lock rear axle cus- tom decor group. 750x160 tires. 5 grips, rear step bumper, extra cooling, radio, aux rear springs, 3500 !b ax'e Reg retail 7701 70. SAVE HUNDREDS STOCK NO 133 1074 ECONOLINE LONG WHEEL BASE CARGO VAN 6 cyl. automatic, power steering, pass, seat, rear door glass, slide door glass, sliding cargo door. Reg. retail 5155 10 SAVE HUNDREDS STOCK NO 92 1974 COURIER Brand new Helious Green. 1800 cc engine, 4 speed trans, 600x14 tires Reg retail 3470 00 SAVE HUNDREDS STOCK NO 1986 1975 MUSTANG 2 DOOR HARDTOP Bnte red in color, 302 V8, auto trans., power steering, power brakes radial tires. HD battery, radio, bodyside mdg leather wrapped steering wheel, console. Reg re- tail 5635 80 SAVE HUNDREDS STOCK NO 79 1975 LTD COUNTRY SQUIRE 6 PASSENGER Pastel yellow, 460 V8, auto trans p s p b roof rack, auto air conditioning, speed control, tinted glass, LR78x 15 radial tires. Low mileage demo SAVE HUNDREDS STOCK NO 1905 1975 FORD LTD WAGON Demo, silver blue in color, 400 2V, auto p s p b radio, tinted glass, electric defrost, luggage rack, JR78 radial tires, wheel covers Reg retail 7315.00. SAVE HUNDREDS STOCK NO 1937 1975 FORD LTD LANDAU 4 OR. PILLAR HARDTOP Demo, silver blue with blue vinyl roof, 460 V8, auto trans p s p b radio. stereo tape, auto air condition- power windows 8 seats, split bench seat. Fender skirts, radial tires Reg retail 9746 00 SAVE HUNDREDS Sale Ends Tuesday December 31 at 6 p.m, ON THE SPOT FINANCING AVAILABLE SALE HOURS: Mon., Wad. 8i.m.-6p.m. Thurs., Fri. 8 i.m.-9 p.m. Sat., 8 a.m.-5 p.m. FORD Corner 16th AVI. Mayor Mignth Orivi Phone 328-8861 said only Jeb Stuart Magruder, "a confessed per- has testified that Mitchell gave his approval for the original Watergate bugg- ing and burglary. Without proof that Mitchell approved the June 17, 1972, break in, Hundley said there is no motive for Mitchell to have taken part in the cover up. Mitchell, 61, former direc- tor of Nixon's 1972 re elec- tion campaign, is accused with the other four defendants of conspiring to block the investigation into the burglary at Democratic National Com- mittee headquarters. Hundley said Mitchell kept what he knew about Watergate to himself out of loyalty to Nixon and a com- mitment to the re election of the president. Before Hundley's argument, Judge Sirica an- nounced that contrary to earlier plans, there will be no court held today CAREERS VANCOUVER (CP) At- torney General Alex Mac- donald, minister in charge of the Crown owned British Columbia Petroleum Cor- poration, announced today the corporation will not raise prices it pays to producers. He said the federal govern- ment has set the basic price for taxing natural gas producers at double what the B.C. Petroleum Corp. pays for the gas. "Ottawa will not accept the arrangement worked out between B.C. and the petroleum producers Mr. Macdonald said. "We will not raise the prices we are paying to producers as a result of this." Mr. Macdonald said 55 wells that were to have been drilled in January and February will not be drilled as a result of the federal move, which means a production shortfall of 400 million to 500 million cubic feet a day in B.C. The provincial government now pays the producers 22 cents per thousand cubic feet and sells at an average of 86 cents a thousand. The federal government, he said, wants to tax the producers on a "fair market price" instead of the 22 cents the province pays them. Nixon pays back taxes NEW YORK (AP) Former U.S. president Richard Nixon has paid in taxes, penalties and interest he owed New York state from the sale in 1969 of his co operative apartment here, the tax com- mission said Monday. Nixon had reported a capital gain of from the sale of the Fifth Avenue apartment. Since the profits were re invested in his San Clemente estate, which he claimed as his principal residence, he did not original- ly pay any tax on it. However, the congressional joint committee on internal revenue taxation asserted last April 3 that San Clemente was not Nixon's main residence and that he should have paid a tax on the transaction. It also estimated the gain at That month, California laid claim to in back tax- es for 1969 and 1970. And the Internal Revenue Service said he owed nearly in back income taxes. Employment with Opportunity NilldMlly known Food Comfinj requires i SALES REPRESENTATIVE for Lethbridge and area to commence January 15, 1975 This job offers: Good salary Job security Company car Travel expenses Liberal company benefits Cash incentive We prefer a young aggressive individual. Sales experience preferred but will train. Neat in appearance Preferably married Lethbridge area resident Interested party please contact: Mr. W. Cross 328-3361 SCOTT NATIONAL CO. LTD. Lethbridge, Alberta NORTHLAND SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 61 REQUIRES IMMEDIATELY AN E.O.F. PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION FACILITATOR The Northland School Division Educational Opportunities Fund (EOF) Compensatory Program provides for up to eight full time facilitators At this time we require a facilitator whose function would be to develop program specifications for our on-going program as well as to develop a complete evaluation design for the EOF Pro- gram The evaluation design includes specification of specific objec- tives, the identification of performance-based criteria, the develop- ment of an instrument, the collection of data, and the analysis of data for the EOF Program As well, the EOF Program Development and Evaluation Facilitator will be expected to work with the Depart ment of Education developing significant criteria that would identify schools requiring compensatory programs The successful applicant must have the following qualifications 1 Valid Alberta Teaching Certificate 2 Successful teaching experience, or equivalent 3 Training in evaluation design 4 Experience in evaluation Deadline for submission of application is Monday, January 13th 1975 The successful applicant will preferably work out of the Peace River office Salary Schedule Training 23456 Mm 6.825 7950 10.250 Max 10.625 14.950 15.850 Cost of Living Allowance An additional 2 5% of the salary or 00 per month which- ever is the greater, until the end of December. 1974 A new contract is presently being negotiated for January 1st 1975 however until settlement the above will be the interim salary Northland School Division No 61 presently operates thirt> schools in Northern Alberta and as such is the major governmental agency involved in educational development of Indian and Metis children Training experience in intercultural education is preferable Those persons possessing the above stated necessary quali- fications and who are interested in an extraordinary challenge in penetrating existing educational thought on evaluation and want a cutting edge" role as a teacher should apply in writing, giving all relevant data to MR. JOHN L. MYROON Acting Superintendent Northland School Division No. 61 Box 1440 Peace River, Alberta. TOH 2X0__________ IF YOU ARE GOING NOWHERE IN YOUR PRESENT JOB You should investigate our Training Program for REAL ESTATE SALES BLOCK BROS, has consistently led the Industry in Real Estate Education. Our program includes: Block Bros, exclusive Practical Training Course for newly licensed salespeople. An introduction to the basic requirements in becoming a successful Real Estate Salesperson. The Xerox Professional Selling Skills Program. A total immersion learning program. Develops professional selling skills. Employs sophisticated audio-lingual techniques. Taught only in small group sessions by fully qualified instructors. Block Bros. Professional Marketing Program. A daily program of intensive activity to acquaint the salesperson with up-to- date marketing principles and practice. BLOCK For a Personal Interview, call: BILL LAZARUK 328-7402 BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD. 328-2356 NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE BLOCK ;