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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, February 19, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Management consultants in demand Floating city This is a view of Aquapolis, the floating city and showpiece for Okinawa's "Ocean Expo 75" as it nears completion at a shipbuilding yard in Hiroshima. The structure, 182 feet long, 130 feet wide and 41 feet tall, is floated by four giant steel pontoons forming the base of 16 cylindrical columns. The upper deck serves as a heliport and the lower two decks are auditoriums and halls for ocean life and science exhibitions. Ford workers in Britain face shorter work week LONDON (AP) Ford Motor Co. announced Tuesday that 20 per cent of all its British workers will go on a shorter work week March 3 to avert layoffs. British Ford thus joined the country's three other auto- makers in cutting production because of falling sales. Chrysler, General Motors' Vauxhall subsidiary and British Leyland'Motor Corp. instituted three-day weeks last month after thousands of cars remained unsold. The British government is studying Leyland's financial position with a view to putting up working capital in ex- change for a partial state takeover of the huge cor- poration, the country's largest auto-maker. Lord Stokes, chairman of British Leyland, told a meeting of stockholders Mon- day that he is taking a volun- tary pay cut because of the company's financial situationr-His annual salary is Chrysler of U.S. parent announced Mon- day a net loss of million last plans to con- tinue its operations in Britain, Prime Minister Harold Wilson told the House of Commons. But Wilson said it was his clear understanding that Chrysler company is prepared to discuss with the govern- ment how best to improve its efficiency. Under the Ford's layoff plans, all workers on short time will get 80 per cent of their basic pay for the days they are laid off. TORONTO (P) After years of trying to achieve rec- ognition in the business world, management consultants are suddenly finding themselves in great demand. Revenues of consulting firms are increasing steadily and appears to be no slowdown in their rate of growth. "Any information I have is that our member firms are unusually said J. M. Smith of Woods, Gordon and Co., president of the Canadian Association of Management Consultants. "They're just go- ing flat out." One reason why consultants have become more visible is that work in the public sec- for governments and its grown to more than 40 per cent. Another is that manage- ment consultants are making an effort to become more public. The 14-member association retains a public .relations firm and some members conduct their own promotions. It is still difficult to deter- mine what management con- sultants do and to assess the value of their services. Almost every assignment is different, relations with clients are private and so they are not always able to take credit for an assignment. "We're never too comfor- table talking about specific Mr. Smith says. John Hearn, managing part- ner of Peat Marwick and Partners, one of'Canada's largest consultant firms, agrees. "Very rarely do we get bou- quets. If we started taking credit, we wouldn't be around very long." Mr. Hearn, 44, a chartered accountant who studied at the London School of Economics, established Peat Marwick in Canada 17 years ago in Van- couver with a small staff. Now his professional staff numbers close to 200. His firm has tackled many jobs including a study of the federal government's Op- portunities for Youth of the Local Program. It conducted the search for the six top executives of Syn- erude Canada Ltd., studied Initiatives seat belt usage and has advis- ed a religious order worried about the morality of some of the corporations in which it has invested. retirement savings plan and a tax deduction. Easy? Yes! Easy! Royal Trust has an easy way for you to have a R.S.P. It's called a Guaranteed Savings Account Retirement Savings Plan. Here's how it works: you start off with a minimum deposit of After that it's up to you. Put away as much as you want, whenever you want'. Either a lump sum or so much a week, so much a month. Just like a savings account. You probably won't even notice it but over a year it'll build up. Here's the end result. You'll have money put away foryour future plus (and it's a big plus) you'll get a tax deduction each and every year you contribute. We can't think of an easier way for you to get the most out of your hard earned dollars. And we'll be glad to give you as much information as you need. Just call us or drop in. Decide what you want We can help you. Guaranteed Savings Account Retirement Savings Plan Royal Trust 740 4th Ave. South, Lethbridge, Alberta 328-5516 Auto body shops 1'cheat customer9 TORONTO (CP) A Some give high es- tor of the Insurance Bureau when they are busy to Canada says auto body rid of customers and low can usually get away if they want someone to cheating ATA has said that On- "We've gone to the auto body shops took in but they say proving fraud million in 1974. very said association estimates Mackenzie, regional 25 per cent of the of State Farm Mutual Auto auto body shops surance spring up vir- overnight. David Prowse, KICKBACKS: director of the Roberts, a foreman at Trade Association painting shop in Toronto, says sloppy and often he worked at one shop leading estimates are spent a year in mon in the body and taking in- appraisers to dinner. Prowse said a couple of He said most shops of liquor put ill an be forced, to take a car while he is in business like approach to shop is the usual kickback. added that supervision is rigid in most shops, so -m paid a flat rate may GM faster and bill a customer at hourly rates of or for twice as many as it actually takes to complete a job. for OSHAWA, Ont. (CP) spokesman for General Motors of Canada Ltd. well Tuesday that intermediate-size cars in Canada and about the United States have recalled because of a YORK (AP) Tex- that could result in a Inc. announced another wheel falling North Sea oil discovery Tuesday in a well in The spokesman said the waters. fect involves the rear new well is located' bearings and has caused 109 miles northeast of accidents in the U.S. but and about 7% miles in Canada. No one was of a discovery well an- in the Dec. 27. The dis- well flowed at a rate of Cars involved are barrels of crude oil a day Chevrolets, Pontiacs, the new well flowed at a biles, Buicks and of barrels a day, said. sources have said Claymore and Piper fields OPEC the North Sea each might have a production potential of SAN FRANCISCO (AP) barrels a day. The chairman of Standard The United States imports of California says world million barrels of oil a day prices will stay high until consumes about 17 million power of the Organization daily. Petroleum new Texaco well was Countries (OPEC) can in 450 feet of water to a broken. H. J. Haynes depth of feet. Tex- OPEC has "complete is drilling another well over the price southeast of the initial They have complete well to help over production the find. EATON'S E. chair 149.00 F. Swivel roeker 299.00 PLUSH, THE SOFT TOUCH Picture this sofa in your home in one of the patterns picked from the 217 fabrics available in Eaton's custom-covering sale event. Sofa or chair What would look pest in your home? A stripe? A floral? A A tweed? If these don't strike your fancy think of all the other fabrics you'll find in Eaton's ten-day custom-covering event. And look at the furniture styles you can choose. We've shown you six sofas, ten chairs. Come see them all. Look at the fabrics. Feel the textures. Check the. patterns. Pick your favourite color. And have a new sofa, a chair or two. custom-covered now during this important sale event. And use your Eaton Account tor easy budgeting. Please allow about six weeks for delivery. Feature Traditional sofa In the cover you choose. Prices quoted include all covers up to and including "J" grade fabrics slight extra charge lor covers graded higher. set'.oo 0, Dltmend-lMltedioK 889.00 Shop Eaton's Thursday and Friday to 9. Buy Lina 328-8811. Usa Your Eaton Account. Eaton's guarantaa: "Goods Satisfactory or Money Rafundad." Furniture, Second Floor ;