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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6Age prejudice not a barrier for workers' EDMONTON (CP) - The additional costs in fringe benefits of employing older people are minimal and should not be considered a barrier,, the Chamber of Commerce was told this week. Peter Schopflocher, corporate personnel manager with GWG Ltd., said the percentage of unemployed workers between 45 and 65 is increasing, but added that there is no justification for prejudice against people because of their age. Older employees are generally more reliable, stable workers less likely to be absent or b?.ve accidents and bring to the job the assets of experience and understanding. Mr. Schopflocher said fringe benefits, which usually amount to 25 to 30 per cent of the total wage bill, are not greatly altered for the older worker, The only additional costs which would be slightly higher for this group are group insurance plans and unit benefit pension plans. On other types of pension plans, where employer contributions are tied directly to employee contributions, there is no cost difference. "Even on the unit benefit plans, I would estimate that difference in cost between hiring a man of 50 and to one of 30 would not be more than 10 per cent on his total wage-fringe benefit bill." SEVERE PUNISHMENT DAKAR, Senegal (AP) - A new law provides for life terms at hard labor for some first-offence cattle rustlers and the death penalty for repeaters, a radio broadcast said. Saturday, February 17, 1973 - THE UTHBRID6E HERALD - 31 EMO shifts disaster emphasis off wartime ASSESSOR TRAINEES Several vacancies exist for ASSESSOR TRAINEES with the Dept. of Municipal Affairs. Successful applicants will become involved in determining the value of property and improvements, including residential, commercial, industrial and .farmland, in an assigned district of the province. Offices are located in Edmonton, Calgary, Red Deer, lethbridge, Bonny* vllle, Wqinwright, Edson, Hanna, Medicine Hat, Grande Prairie and Peace River. Assessors in training must successfully complete a four-year Certificate Course in Assessment Principles/Advanced technical and on-the-job'training is also provided. Qualifications! Diploma from an Agricultural College or Technical Institute, in the fields of appraisal, soils analysis, construction technology; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Salary $6276-$8688, (salary under review). This competition will remain open until suitable candidates have been chosen. Competition Number 0200-1. APPLY: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA Personnel Administration Office 500 Terrace Building 106 Street and 96 Avenue Edmonton, Alberta Hobbies, exercise helped Viet PoWs NEW YORK (AP) - Why do most of" the returning United States prisoners of war look so fit and alert after spending months or years in Vietnamese prison camps? The men give several reasons. There were exercise programs for their bodies and classes for their minds, and some of the prisoners took up hobbies. One man used his spare time to fashion brooms, another carved wooden, bar bells. Navy Capt. James A. Mulligan, 46, of Virginia Beach, Va., said exercise was popu lair "because we didn't have anything else to do." In the Philippines, Air Force Col: Robinson Risner, 48, of Oklahoma City, Okla., said: "We have conducted classes in many subjects. We have never let our minds go to sleep." Stranded Walter and Paul Rix of Cranston, R.I., cautiously move across Pawtuxet Village falls. The men were attaching a line to a car stranded on the falls this week after vandals released an emergency brake, allowing the ear to roll down a hill and into the water. The vehicle has since been hauled ashore and returned to the garage where it was parked. CALGARY (CP) - The Alberta Emergency Measures Organization is shifting emphasis to environmental and social emergencies from wartime disaster preparations, Ernie Tyler, provincial EMO director, said here this week. "Plans for wartime disasters still have to be kept in readiness, but we have to concern ourselves more with peacetime disasters," he told the EMO's provincial convention. Convention delegates will discuss a special committee report dealing with changes in the role and function of the Alberta EMO. "The threat of nuclear conflagration doesn't turn people on right now," the report says. 'Let's emphasize our peacetime role." To improve its public image, the EMO should show "graphically and dramatically" the types of disaster that can befall a community and how the organization can and does cope with them. It also should emphasize its relationship with community organizations such as the Red Cross, the report says. Mr. Tyler said legislation has TRUCKERS & WE OFFER COMPLETE tsndix-Westinghouse Service Parts FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE WE OFFER 24 HOUR SERVICE Phone 328-1168 Lethbridge Diesel Ltd. 2336 2nd Ave. 'A' N. Detroit Diesel Allison been drafted to replace the present civil defence and disaster act and associated enactments with a comprehensive statute. The legislation, to be considered in the spring session, would establish appropriate measures to protect citizens, minimize damage to property and insure co-ordinated government response during peacetime or wartime emergency or disaster. Free snow removal in Edmonton EDMONTON (CP) - A free snow-removal service for elderly persons and the handicapped has started in the city, thanks to a $16,000 Local Initiatives Program grant from the federal government. And, because the program will run until the end of May, it will also cover such tasks as carpentry, electrical and other odd jobs. SOCIAL WORKERS Department of Health and Social Development, Regional Office, Lethbridge - involved'in diversified casework in the areas of Child V/eTfare, Juvenile Probation Services, Public Assistance, Unmarried Mothers and other related fields. University graduation in the Social Sciences, Social Service Diploma, or an equivalent combination of experience and education, desire several years related experience. Salary $498 to $758 per month. Closes February 27, 1973. Competition Number 8U1-C-2. Information and appication forms frorm GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 1101, JOHN J. BOWIEN BUILDING CALGARY 2, ALBERTA MONDAY. FEBRUARY DAYS MONDAY ��