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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12-THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD-Saturday, February CAREERS WELDERS Required by Canadian Sugar Ltd. Taber and Picture Butte Factories Permanent positions, present rates and per hour. Rates as of July, 1974, and per hour. 40 hour week approx. 3 months of the year. Liberal fringe benefits. Applicants should have journeyman's qualifications, preferably with 5 to 10 years all-around experience. APPLY TO: CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE 419 7th Street S., Lethbridge DIRECTOR OF FIELD SERVICE Required By ALBERTA HAIL AND CROP INSURANCE CORPORATION This is a senior position responsible for the supervision of seven Regional Representatives, and for the right person should lead to further advancement within the Crown Corporation with over policy- holders, and carrying a risk on farm crops of more than million. Applicants should have several years of exper- ience in business or extension work at the administra- tive level, a farm background and preferably a degree in agriculture. Starting salary range to annually. Applicants should send complete resume not later than March 1 to General Manager Alberta Hail and Crop Insurance Corporation 1110 Firrt Street S.W., Calgary, Alberta T2R OV2______ PROFESSIONAL CAREER OPPORTUNITY SUPERIOR FORD MERCURY (TABER) LTD. Southern Alberta's Largest Ford Merc Dealership requires 2 Vehicle Sales Representatives to help increase their now 850 unit volume 1. per month guarantee 2. All Company Benefits 3. Company Car Supplied 4. Paid Vacation 5. A Complete Comprehensive Training Program 6. Opportunity for Advancement within 7. Vehicle sales experience not a necessity Contact General Sales Manager KEN FURGUSON For Interview Appointment Phone 223-3537 C Your future is here DRAFTING TECHNOLOGIST 'Design and Construction Division. Department of Environment, Lethbridge Prepares plans and charts for water control projects. Duties include topographic and structural drafting as well as calculation of quantities Grade XII. diploma supplemented with drafting courses or diploma, desire some related experience, will consider an equivalent combination of education and experience. Salary to per annum. Level of appointment and salary commensurate with qualifications Closes February Competition Number 1310-C- 3 Apply CALGARY SURVEY AND DRAFTING TECHNOLOGISTS Irrigation Division, Department of Agriculture Medicine Hat and Vauxhall Produce land forming designs, conduct topography and construction surveys, supervise earth moving and construction operations, assist agrologists on special projects as required Background m surveying and drafting, preference given to technical or vocational college graduates specializing in soil and water or irrigation. Equivalent combination of experience and education will be considered Salary to per annum Level of appointment commensurate with qualifications. Closes February 28. 1974. Competition Number: 1310-C-4 Information and application forms from: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 1101, JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING 620-7th AVENUE S.W. CALGARY. ALBERTA T2P OY8 PERSONNEL OFFICER The Calgary Co-operative Association op- erating seven shopping centres requires a per- son with a minimum of two years personnel experience. Initial assignment will involve recruitment screening and selection of staff for our centres and experience in this area is a decided asset Other duties are monitoring benefit programs, indoctrination of new employees and normal personnel office practices. While formal training in this field is desirable, persons with experience and are career oriented in the personnel field will also be considered. Qualified applicants forward resume in confidence indicating employment and salary progression to: Personnel Director Calgary Co-opmrtivt AMOClation Mlt Madted Trial Calgwy, T2H OM5 Fewer priests aid French Catholic graduates hopeful says survey by EDWARD B. FISKE New York Times Service NEW YORK Roman Catholic adults who have attended parochial schools tend to be more "hopeful" about human problems than those who have not, according to two Chicago sociologists. The implication of this fin- ding, according to the pair, the Rev. Andrew M. Greeley and William C. McCready, is that Catholic schools "may have worked better than most people in their goal of equipping students with Christian values. They warned, however, that such news may have come "top late" to help in the revival of the parochial school system in America. deterioration of self- confidence is such now that it is improbable that any good news can reverse the they stated "It is almost as though no one wishes to believe in the possibility of good news about Catholic schools." Father Greeley and McCready, both members of the staff of the National Opi- nion Research Centre in Chicago, based their findings and conclusions on research conducted for the Henry Luce Foundation and due to be published soon under the title, "The Ultimate Values of Americans. A preliminary report on aspects'of the. study, based on a sub-sample of 356 American Catholics, appears under the authors' names in the current issue of the National Catholic Reporter, a laj-edited Catholic weekly newspaper. In the survey, the two scholars asked respondents to indicate how they would react to six "critical life situations." The situations C A R E E R S CITY OF Planning Officer The City of Port Coquitlam requires a Planning Officer to report, to the City Administrator on planning matters, particularly the administration of the bylaw and subdivision approvals. The Planning Officer will also advise a Committee of Council on planning matters and will collaborate with the Planning Consultant retained by the City. Applicants should hold a degree or diploma in urban planning and have several years of experience. Port Coquitlam is a city of 20000 in the metropolitan area of Vancouver in B.C. The salary will be approximately per month. Applications marked 'Planner' must be received by March 8th, 1974 addressed to: MR. LD. POLLOCK CITY ADMINISTRATOR 2272 McAUISTER STREET PORT COQUITLAM, B.C. V3C 2A8 included being told that one's child would be mentally retarded and interpreting the meaning of natural disasters. The respondents were then classified into five groups on a scale ranging from "religious optimists" who rather easily over evil, suffer- ing and tragedy" to "pessimists" who are "angry at the folly and absurdity of the human condition." Another category is "the who take the problem of evil seriously but believe good to be stronger than evil. -In their article, the two sociologists found that respondents who had gone to Catholic schools "seem to be considerably more likely than those who have not, to be men and women of hope." They found, for instance, that 29 per cent of Catholics who had attended parochial grammar and high schools and 24 per cent of those who bad attended one of the two were among the "hopefuls." Among those with no Catholic school education the figure was 17 per cent. The two sociologists said that the same conclusion held among Catholics who had gone on to receive a college education. Forty-two per cent of college-educated Catholics who had attended parochial grammar and high schools were listed among the "hopefuls." The figures for those who had gone only to a parochial grammar school or a high school and for those who had attended neither were both 19 -per cent. TRANSMIT VALUES They interpreted this data as a sign that parochial schools had been effective in the transmission of values and in equipping students for handling personal and social problems. SHOPPING CENTRE MANAGER LOCATION UETH3RIDGE Our client, a major commercial real estate development and management company, is seeking a capable manager for its Lelhbridge shopping centre. The operation is the city's most modern cenlre with approximately rentable square feet and 30 retail tenants. Reporting Jo the Operations Manager in Calgary, the successful candidate will: supervise the daily operations of the cenlre, including cleaning, security, repairs and maintenance, 25rh floor, one paDiser square calgary T2G OP6 assist in solving tenant complaints; represent the company on the Merchants Association; evaluate tenant layout proposals; and prepare operating reports and recommendations as appropriate The idea! candidate have retail store management experience, knowledge of the Lelhbridge market and public relalrons exposure. Reply in confidence, including details of experience, personal data, education and salary expected to: Price Waterhouse Associates management cortMillarrts member Canadian oj management tow-ullanls Forum Rev. Albert Baldeo (left) grins during animated conversation noon Thurs- day with students at the U of L. Sponsored by the Varsity Christian Fellow- ship cluo, Mr. Baldeo spoke on Christian appli- cation to general moral issues. The concourse confrontation gained a- bout 100 participants and will continue for several consecutive Thursdays, VCF executive Larry Kirkpatrick said. Korean Christians jailed SEOUL (AP) An emer- gency court martial has sentenced six Christian churchmen to prison terms ranging from 10 to 15 years on charges of violating a presidential decree banning opposition to the South Ko- rean constitution. The court said the six held an indoor rally Jan. 17 at the Christians' building in down- town Seoul, signed a petition and scattered leaflets demanding retraction of the presidential decree. Nine other persons, including a former legislator and seven university students, have been convicted under the presidential decree and sentenced to prison terms of between five and 15 years. PARIS (CP) A lack of in- terest in the priesthood among young men, desertions and the sickness or death of existing priests have forced many French Roman Catholics to practise their religion with less guidance from the or- dained. In many parishes, the Sun- day mass, long considered one of the most sacred obser- vances of the Catholic faith, has been replaced by services without a priest. Laymen conduct funeral services, teach the catechism, prepare parents for the bap- tism of their children and pre- pare engaged couples for marriage. They also lead congrega- tions in communion and pro- vide spiritual comfort to shut- ins who cannot attend Sunday services. The parishes without priests have generally received the approval and encouragement of their bishops. Efforts have been made since 1950 to reorganize the parish system in France, but there still are about parishes. There are about 000 priests to minister to them, about fewer than in 1965. PRACTICE DECLINES The decrease in the number of priests has accompanied a decline in traditional religious observance. It is estimated that only 20 per cent of Frenchmen baptized in the Roman Catholic faith actively practise their religion. While 289 candidates for the priesthood entered seminaries in 1972, only 210 began studies this year, a decrease of more than 27 per cent. Religious leaders see in- creasing shortages of priests in the future. They expect many candidates will leave the seminaries before being ordained and others will leave the priesthood within a few years of ordination. Parish members whose priests grow too old to con- tinue their ministry, die or leave the priesthood are often forced to assume the duties of religious leadership of the parishes themselves, with only occasional help from a priest. The new-style parishes have been criticized by sonte tradi- tion-minded priests and lay- men but their results appear to have been positive. COPY MASS FORM Sunday religious obser- vances are usually copied closely from the form of the regular mass. Sometimes laymen deliver a sermon, but more often a parish member reads a ser- mon written by an outside priest or an article from a re- ligious publication. Communion is frequently taken, the offering having been consecrated by a priest for a recent mass and brought to the improvised service by a parish member who attended the outside service. The lack of a priest is not believed to have brought about a decline in church at- tendance in affected parishes. In many, attendance has in- creased recently because fewer people are attending services in neighboring par- ishes. Opponents of the innovative services say they may lead to heretical practices. They say the improvised services do not relieve Catholics of the obliga- tion to attend regular mass. Some have proposed that members in affected parishes organize groups and travel to- gether to regular services in nearby parishes where priests minister to the faithful. Harpsichord performance Church musician Barry Waterlow of Lethbridge will present a selection of Renaissance and baroque music for the harpsichord in recital next Tuesday. Mr. Waterlow, organist at First Baptish Church and a music student at the U of L, will perform at noon in Room E 690 at the university The program is open to the public as part of a noon recital series Admission is free and lunches are permitted. Try More You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TIM ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MAI CO SMITH-JONES HEMMG AD SERVICE RPLEY OPTICAL 618 3rd Avt. S. Phone 328-5447 Iookift9 tot a brand new home? ART DRIEDIGER CAN HELP SEND FOR YOUR PREE 1974 HOWE JUYERS GUIDE Box 3034. Station Calgary. Alberta, 12M 4L6 TRY THIS NEW PIPE FOR 30 DAYS. 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