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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday. February LETHBRIOQE HERALD -3 Prices sky high in north areas YELLOWKNIFE, N.W.T.. (CP) A local consumers association says the federal food prices review board did not include the Northwest Territories in its 'national survey, despite what it calls alarmingly high prices in the territories. The Yellowknife consumers association, after more than a year of research, has released a 43-page report that shows local supermarket prices are almost 32 per cent higher than those in Toronto and 25 per cent higher than those in the average southern city. But Yellowknife's prices are comparatively low when placed alongside those of Spence Bay, 750 miles northeast of here. The North Territories Public Service Alliance has reported the cost of shopping in Spence Bay is New weapons BROOKS The British Army training unit at the Suf- field military base has receiv- ed 13 new tanks and 17 new self-propelled artillery pieces. A similar number of weapons were sent back to England for overhaul. The British Army training unit operates at the Suffield defence research establish- ment under a 10-year agree- ment ratified between the Canadian and British governments in 1971. 140 per cent higher than in Yellowknife. Despite these figures, the consumers association notes that when the food prices review board conducted its survey, the Northwest Territories was not included and the only Northern area considered was the Yukon. "We submit that our prices are equal to if not higher than food prices in the the association says in its report. "The hardship which this incurs deserves more than passing notice by the food prices review board and the government of Canada." The association's figures come from a cross-Canada survey that was co-ordinated during the second week of October, 1973. The centres involved were Moncton, N.B, Halifax, Montreal; Toronto, Victoria, Yellowknife, Inuvik, N.W.T., Coppermine, N.W.T., and Whitehorse, Y.T. The. survey was also con- ducted in London, Ont, and Maple Creek, Sask., at various times throughout last year. Of these centres, Coppermine, about 625 miles north of Yellowknife, reported the highest prices. A 16-item shopping list cost there, compared with at Inuvik, at Whitehorse, 512T65 at Yellowknife and at Toronto. It was when Yellowknife's prices were compared every two months with those of Lon- don and Maple Creek that the city's consumers association became concerned. GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET H LPre Lethbridge......42 39 Medicine Hat 40 29 Pincher Creek 42 36 Edmonton ......36 21 Banff 2 25 Calgary........45 35 Prince Rupert 44 36 1.04 PentiQton....... Kamloops.......35 31 Vancouver...... 44-28 Saskatoon....... 35 10 Regina 32 1 Winnipeg....... 9 -8 Toronto......... 18 4 Ottawa......... 15 1 Montreal 16 4 Rome.......... 57 36 London......... 52 50 Berlin..........46 36 Amsterdam.....45 36 Brussels........ 50 37 Madrid......... 55 36 Moscow 37 32 Stockholm......27 23 Tokyo.......... 48 34 Hong .Kong -----57 45 Buenos Aires 72 57 Honolulu........ 70 45 FORECAST: Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Calgary Occasional cloudy periods today and tomorrow. Continuing mild. Winds westerly 20 and gusty. High today mid 40s. Low tonight 35 to highs tomorrow 40 Colombia, Kootenay Mostly cloudy today and Saturday. Afternoon, sunny periods. Highs 35 to 40. overnight lows 30 to 35. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Fair to partly cloudy except occasional snow flurries northeast today and Sunday gusty westerly winds at times. Highs both days 30s and 40s. Lows tonight 15 to 30. West of Continental Divide Fair to partly cloudy except for patches valley fog. Highs both days 30 to 40. Lows tonight 15 to 25. THRIFTY RITCHIE STOCK WATERERS Electric heated waterers for cattle, hogs and sheep. Most sizes available at 1973 prices. Be sure to visit our display area at AC-EXPO, March 5th thru March ith. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Highway-Box 1202 Phorw 328-1141 4.MA ROAD REPORT as of K.rn. Feb. 9. Highway 3, east. Lethbridge to Medicine Hat, mainly bare and dry with some icy sections. Highway 3. west, Lclhhridge to B.C. boundary, bar? and dry with slippery areas through the Crowsnest Pass Highway 4. Lethbridge to Coutts and highway 5, Lethbridge to Cardston, bare and dry. Highway 6. Pincher Creek to Waierton. generally hare and dry with occasional sections of (Hfted and packed snow Highway 2, north. Fort Macleod to Calgary and Edmonton, mainly bare and dry tvith sozne slippery sections. Highway 2. south. Fort Macleod to Carway. bare and dry. Highway 23. via Vulcan and High River, bare and dry with some slippery sections. Highway 36. Taber to Brooks, mainly bare and dry with occasional slippery sections. Highway 1. Trans Canada east. Calgary to Medicine Hat and Swift Current, generally bare with slushy conditions. Highway 1, west. Calgary to Banff, bare with slippery sections and gusting winds. Banff to Golden, bare with drifting and slippery sections. Banff-Jasper highway, drifting snow with slippery sections. Forts of entry: Times in Mountain Standard Time (Alber- evening and closing Uraes: Carway 8 a.m. to 5 p m.; Chief Maintain closed; Coutts open 24 hows; Del Bonila 9 a.m. to 5 p m.; Kingsgate open 24 horn 3; PorUrill Ryfcert? 7 nt. orlll II p.m.; Wild Horse 7 a.m. to4 p.m.; RooaeviUe7 a.m. to II p.m. Logan Pass. (Ccaada Customs bctrrs awvH me hrar earlier Jan. 6 when Montana went on daylight time.) Red threat seen major election issue Appointed John (Jack) Lyndon of Toronto has been ap- pointed deputy minister of the Alberta consumer affairs department. Social Credit campaign launched OTTAWA (CP) The federal Social Credit Party hopes to collect more than one million signatures on a petition urging use of the Bank of Canada to finance public projects. The party expects that the campaign to collect all the signatures will be complete in May, Martin Hattersley of Ed- monton, party president, told a news conference today. The petition is aimed at hav- ing the House of Commons ap- prove a private member's bill introduced last year by Social Credit Leader Real Caouette. The bill would enable the bank to help finance public projects by loaning money to govern- ments at low interest rates and for periods of up to 60 years. Troops move OTTAWA (CP) Canadian troops in the Middle East will pack their tents and move from- their Cairo race track home to a new site at the battered city of Ismailia on the Suez canal. By CAROL KENNEDY LONDON (CP) For the first time since the "Red Let- ter" scare of 1924, Communist influence in Britain is likely to become a major issue in a na- tional election campaign which is shaping up as one of the bitterest in memory. As the country swings into the election campaign against the grim background of a coal strike and continued railway disruptions, Prime Minister Heath has opened his attack against industrial militants who "want to change our. whole democratic way of life." Two leading newspapers, The Times and the Daily Telegraph, claimed in editorials Friday that Communists and other militant leftists in the min- eworkers union are politically motivated and have set out to smash the Tory government as well'as its anti-inflation policy. In his first electioneering pitch after calling the Feb. 28 poll, Heath suggested in a television interview that a vote for the opposition Labor party would be, a vote for Communists and their friends. He claimed union militants woufd use a leftwing government for their own e Labor leader Harold Wilson and five of his 16-strong "shadow cabinet" along with more than 100 Labor MPs ear- lier strongly repudiated a fiery speech, by Mick McGahey, Communist vice- 6resident of the National nion of Mineworkers but Heath in his TV interview questioned why more Labor MPs had failed to sign their leader's statement. McGahey, the lean, bespec- tacled leader of the Scottish miners, has already become the Tories' chief bogeyman. In his notorious Jan. 27 speech, McGahey declared that if troops penetrated miners' picket lines, he .would appeal to them for assistance as "sonsof the workingcl i This was widely interpreted as incitement to law- though McGahey later claimed he was quoted out 'of and Labor leaders and even McGahey's own president, Joe Gormley, rushed to dissociate themselves from the militant unionist. The speech put the spark to tinder which had been liuilding for some time. Last the Similar Telegraph warned nl a plot industrial trouble this winter, hatched at a meeting of the Communist- controlled Liaison Committee for the Defence of Trade Unions. CAREERS CONSTRUCTION FOREMAN Capable instruction of carpenters and laborers Experience in co-ordinating sub-trades and material suppliers. Carpenter background, perferred. Apply Boychuck Construction, 315 10th St. S. CONSUMER PRODUCTS INSPECTORS Salary to Department of Consumer and Corporate Affairs Field Operations Service EDMONTON and CALGARY, Alberta Public Service Fonction publique Canada Canada THIS COMPETITION IS OPEN TO BOTH MEN AND WOMEN IN ALBERTA DUTIES: Inspects and reports on a broad range of con- sumer products at the retail level of trade to ensure con- sumer protection against economic fraud and physical and safety hazards. QUALIFICATIONS: Completion of Secondary School with demonstrated ability and potential for inspection and enforcement work combined with the ability to deal effec- tively with consumers and retail store operators. Candi- dates must be reliable, alert and adaptable to a wide variety of duties associated with this position. Completion of technological institute education, appropriate voca- tional training or university graduation is desirable. Proficiency in the English language is essential. Quote No. 74-E-819. Forward "Application for Employment" (Form PSC 367- 401) available at Post Offices, Canada Manpower Centres, and Offices of the Public Service Commission of Canada, to the: Public Service Commission of Canada, 300 Con- federation Building, 10355 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 1Y6. To ensure consideration, applications must be received by February 21, 1974. Appointments as a result of this competition are subject to the provisions of the Public Service Employment Act. MeeMlbertcfe Human Rjghts Commission. In January 1973 The Individual's Rights Protection Act was passed by your Alberta government. This law, administered by the newly appointed Human Rights Commission, is meant to protect people against discrimination in jobs, service, rooms or housing because of their race, religious beliefs, colour, sex. age. ancestry or pJace of origin. It also protects persons between -45 and 65 years of age against discrimination in their work or when looking for jobs. To make this important program xvork. your government has chosen a group of seven citizens irom various centers Alberta; Muriel Venne. Kdmonlon: Marvin Fox. Standoff: Connie Ostcrrnan. Carstairs; Nomi Whalen. Calgary: Vincent A. Cooney. Calgary: Jean Forest. Edmonton and Dr. Max Wyman. Edmonton THESE PEOPLE ARE WORKING IN THE INTEREST OF ALL ALBERTANS. For infoinMilionpteQttQCff in touch with the office nearest you. in In Edmonlon Room 1 B.M 1CW08 Ararat Phone Ext. fZ Room 907, John J TUi Avenue S W ftwne- 261 DEPARTMENT OF MANPOWER AND LABOUR HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION i CAREERS PMCMM MMMNHIW LETHBRIDGE Y.W.C.A. Responsibility for Youth and Adult Extension, Leader- ship Training and new program development. Immediate. Apply, stating experience qualifications and salary to: Executive Director, 604 8th Street South LETHBRID6E, Alta. MEDICINE HAT SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 76 MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR The Medicine Hat School District invites applications lor the position of Maintenance Supervisor to assume responsibility for security, operation, maintenance and upgrading of all School Board property in the district. Duties will include the overall direction of custodial staff and maintenance staff: preparation of cost estimates and annual budget and initiation of programmes to up-grade and maintain school buildings to current standards Applicants should have con- siderable experience in building operation, maintenance and con- struction with a number of years in an administrative capacity Salary to be negotiated and dependent upon qualifications and experience Duties to commence approximately April 1st, 1974 Applications giving full details of qualifications and ex- perience will be received by the undersigned up to 4 30 p m on February 22. 1974 The Secretery-TreHurer Medicine Het School Dletrtet No. 77 601 Firat Avenue, 8.W. Medicine Het, Alberta T1A 4Y7 PRINCIPAL LethbridgeSchool District No. 51 REQUIRES A CHURCHILL HIGH SCHOOL Winston Churchill, a senior high school of approximately 650 students is an innova- tive school committed to highly individualized learning and instruction. The school has been 'operating under an objective based management system. Preference will be given to applicants with post- graduate work. Submit full curriculum vitae, complete with ref- erences, by no later than February 15 to. Director of 433 15th Lethbridge, Alberta C Your future is here REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVES The Alberta Department of Culture. Youth and Recreation, has immediate vacancies for Regional Representatives in EDSON. GRANDE PRAIRIE, RED DEER, VEGREVILLE EDMONTON. STONY PLAIN, LETHBRIDGE. MEDICINE HAT, and CALGARY DuliMR Advises individuals and groups in identifying the ex- pressed needs of Alberta citizens. Provides information on avail- able resources and. the efficient utilization of same. Coordinates the local delivery of departmental resources and liaises with other service delivery systems. Participates in program evaluation in order to improve program design. Establishes leadership training opportunities where needed to enhance local autonomy in effective resource utilization. OuaMlcatlonc: University degree in the arts, recreation, social sciences, heritage resources or other related disciplines. At least two years "directly related experience. Good communication skills. SftlMf: Closes February 28. 1974 Competition Number 0697-1. APPLY: OOVEfWMf NT OP ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE MAIN FLOOR, CENTENNIAL BUILDING 10015 103 AVENUE, TSJ OH4 OR: ROOM 500 TERRACE BUIUMNQ EDMONTON. ALBERTA. TSK 2C1 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR REQUIRED BY THE SOUTHERN ALBERTA COMSERV (COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNITY SERVICES) RE6ION DUTIES: This new oosnton calls for a oerson of enccpVonsl abi rty a tugti public profile Jo provide lor She overall co-ortfnaltDn of an expenmenial and deroonstratwn project wtnch will develop service delivery systems 'or persons who are physical (y handicapped The scope position wfll require a broad under- standing ol educations) and vocational programs. scrvtoes. social vttc feterrate. tteatrvient tacities. and related services Basic responsibilities tnciude the teBderSh.p of berth and stafl. liaison with existing corntnunitv extensive public relations wrrtcft locus cm new arMutJes, service, and Ins implementation ol various experimental approacnes INITIAL CONTACT: 3 years Renewable) Commencing no later than July 1st 1974 Salary S'S.OOD'annum mtnumum plus benefits