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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Ftbruary 7, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 21 West moves toward greater unity By KEVIN DOYLE The Canadian Press Western Europe and North America seem to be re-dis- covering a sense of Atlantic unity after more than a year of turbulent discord following the 1973 Arab-Israeli war. This appears to be the con- sensus of diplomats and observers now interpreting the results of a series of at summit level, others at foreign and defence ministers' levels, some within NATO and oth- ers within the European com- the close of 1974. The new atmosphere of good-neighborliness springs from an awareness among the western states that detente with the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe may be in trouble and that close co- operation has become essen- tial to deal with the world energy crisis. During the Middle East war, many European states preferred to take a neutral stand rather than side with the Americans in strong sup- port for Israel, and with the quadrupling of oil prices there was a strong temptation for each country to try to find its own solutions at the expense of the others. The explanation for the changed mood and the devel- oping moves toward realign- ment of Western policies lies largely with France, formerly the main obstacle to Western unity. France, under President Valery Giscard d'Estaing seems to have concluded that the best approach to future economic prosperity is to tailor its policies more closely with those of other Western states. Within the European Common Market, this has meant mainly accepting the view of the other members that all efforts should be made CAREERS EXPERIENCED PART TIME NIGHT COOK 3 Nights Weekly from to p.m. Apply to: ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION 1st Avenue and 8th Street S., Lethbridge v evncmcMoen EU .erson for Sales and Stock Control Salary commensurate with experience. Apply in person at HAGEN ELECTRIC LETH. LTD. 1202-2nd Avenue South TOWN OF OKOTOKS SITUATED IN FOOTHILLS 14 MILES SOUTH OF CALGARY, ALBERTA Applications are invited for the position 'of Administrator- Secretary-Treasurer ol the Town of Ohotoks; Duties to commence as soon as possible. Persons interested are requested to contact the undersigned (or a resume of duties involved and necessary application forms. Applicants must, have a .minimum of 5 years of successful municipal administrative experience, minimum of grade 12 education, be bondable and able to supply references. The Financial Information System for Municipalities is used and the applicants must be knowledgeable in this system. Replies are requested by March 3rd, 1975. OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY TREASURER TOWN OF OKOTOKS BOX 220, TOL ITO INSTRUCTOR VACANCIES MEDICINE HAT COLLEGE To replace those on Professional Leave 1 year temporary positions for the 1975-1976 year in the following subject matter areas: a) English Composition and Literature (High School and 1st year University Level) b) Physical Education (1st and 2nd year courses and coaching) c) (High School Level) d) Secretarial Science (Typing, shorthand and office practice) Preference given to a .person prepared to arrange for open exit courses. Salary scale: (1974-75) depending on qualifications and experience. Make application to: Dr. Melvin S. Tagg Academic Vice President Medicine Hat College Medicine Hat, Alberta ______________________ T1A 3Y6 to keep Britain in the com- munity. At a Common Market sum- mit meeting'in Paris last December, France found itself isolated in its efforts to block any further progress by the British towards re- U.S.clocks set forward this month WASHINGTON (AP) Clocks across the United States will be set forward one hour Feb. 23 as the country ends four months on standard time. Beginning at 2 a.m. Feb. 23, daylight time will be in effect for eight months. Then, unless Congress intervenes, the regu- lar alternating pattern of standard time six months and daylight time six months a year will be resumed in Oc- tober. Congress put the country on 10 straight months of daylight time last year in an energy- conservation step. The country switched to standard time for the four winer months last Oct. 27. negotiating Market membership terms and sub- milting to a referendum the decision on whether to stay in the community. As a result the communique from the summit, eventually conceded that Britain should get considerably more regional aid from the market and that its contribution to the' community budget should be related to its domestic growth rate. The British had long sought such an agreement without success because of French opposition. In NATO, France virtually reversed its earlier approach to East-West detente and agreed with the other member countries to take a tougher line in negotiations with the Soviet Union. The French had agreed ear- lier in 1974, for example, with the Soviet demand for a speedy East-West summit to end the drawn-out European security conference in Geneva. But at the end of the year, France concurred in a NATO communique that said "important questions remain to be solved" before a summit can take place. CAREERS REPRESENTATIVE- SCIENTIFIC SUPPLIES Growing laboratory supply firm has an Immediate opening for a sales trainee to be located In Southern Alberta. After a comprehensive training program, this person will assume lull responsibility lor territory growth and development. The successful applicant will possess a science background, above average drive, and willingness to learn. Reply including education, work history, references, and and income expectations to: General Manager 'Box 5750 Station "A" Calgary, Alberta T2H 1Y2 TERMINAL MANAGER Required by expanding Transportation Company for Lethbridge, Alberta.. Ap- plicant must have trucking experience and capability to supervise others. Apply by calling: Calgary 261-9050 RECREATION DIRECTOR Required immediately Recreation Director tor the Town of Claresholm, population The successful applicant will be responsible for co-ordinating a comprehensive community recreation program in co-operation with the Parks and Recreation Board. Applicants should have a Recreation Technology Course or University Degree with previous experience 'in the recreation field preferred. A list of duties and responsibilities is available upon State age, marital status, education, references and salary expected. Applications close February 19', 1975. Address applications to: Mr. R. Chartrand, Town Coordinator Town of Claresholm, P.O. Box 1000, Clarasholm, Alberta PREVENTIVE SOCIAL SERVICE DIRECTOR Town of Vegreville A Director is required to carry out Preventive Social Service Programs in this region. Duties will include community organization service co-ordination, public relations, interpretation of philosophy and administration of the overall program. Applicants should have experience and skill in community work and a dedicated interest in people. The successful candidate may have a professional degree in any variety of disciplines (i.e. social work, psychology, education, theology, physical education, economics etc.) or an equivalent combination of education and experience. The person must have demonstrated a good level of maturity and history of involvement of achievement in community affairs. This is a challenging opportunity for an imaginative approach to create and develop: community re- sources, community services, and the use of volunteers in the area of family and individual service. Training and consultation will be available to the appointee from the Provincial Department and the salary will be commensurate with qualifications. State salary expected. Applications will be received up to p.m. Friday, thought to be 'the same mlnlstrator. Garnet J. Burntlad Municipal Administrator, Town of Vegrevillt, P.O. Box 640, Vegrevlllt, Alberta__________ SECRETARY-MANAGER NEW TOWN OF FOX CREEK SALARY Negotiable The hew Town of Fox Creek requires the services of a person capable of administrating and co-ordinating, the functions of all departments of the new town. In addition, this person will act as secretary to .the Board of Administrators. It would be advantageous but not a prerequisite for the successful applicant to hold a certificate in Municipal Administration, and must be capable of performing all accounting functions relative to a municipality. Fox Creek is located 165 miles northwest of Edmonton on Highway 43. Population with growth potential. Salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifica- tions and a liberal fringe benefit program is offered: A house is supplied at a nominal rent. Interested applicants should submit a complete resume in- cluding salary expected by February 17, 1975 to: Mr. 0. Palmer, Chtirmm Board of Box 118 Ntw Town of Fox Cratk Fox CrMk, TON 1PO CENTRE VILLAGE IGA Now 13th STREET NORTH, LETHBRIDGE available MARTEN'S IGA rat, COALDALE centre Village Values effective Friday and Saturday February 7th and 8th IGA WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CANADA SHADE Al OH AZ BEEf af% 4% A CHUCK STEAK CANADA GRADE A1 OR A2 BEEF WESTERN STEAKS GAINERS SUPERIOR WIENERS CANADA GRADE A1 OR A 2 BEEF CROSS RIB ROASTS Cross rib cut Ib. CATELLI DINNERS Macaroni and Cheese 7'A oz. net wt. pkg. AYLMERSQUP Chicken Rice or Chicken Noodle 10 fl. oz. tin MEAT PIES York Frozen Beef. Chicken, Turkey, 8 oz. net wt. pkg.......... CREAMED HONEY Red Leaf 2-lb. net wt. carton PURITY FLOUR With coupon 20 Ib. net wt. bag ORANGE CRYSTALS Sungold 2-3 foil pkys. COFFEE MATE Carnation 16 oz. net wl.jar 1 09 FRESH FROM OUR IN-STORE BAKERY CENTRE VILLAGE IGA PHONE 327-0353 BUNS Bunch of 10 59 0 PINEAPPLE LOAF ORANGES SmklstNavHSIziN CELERY ORANGES ArizoM Sweet 12iF 2i39c ;