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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, February 24, 1975 Outlook for 1975 New approach Motor Sales Ltd., a Winnipeg British Leyland general manager Bill Brown look over some of the dealership, decided to boost sagging sales with a items, which include chickens, wheat, stereo equip- "we'll take anything in trade" offer and may have to ment, a drum set, a motorcycle and a car ski rack, open a secondhand shop to handle the flood of in- Mr. Brown estimates the campaign boosted January coming items. Receptionist Cella Rheubottom arid sales by 50 per cent. Russia hikes oil price to Hungary BUDAPEST (AP) Hungary announced Sunday that it now pays the equivalent of a ton for im- ported Soviet oil up from as a result of a price in- crease decreed by Moscow earlier this year. The Hungarian Communist Party newspaper Nepszabad- sag says the new oil price was among increases averaging 52 per cent for all energy products the Soviet Union sells to its trading partners, including natural gas, coal and electric power as well as oil products. The newspaper notes that the Soviet oil costs about a barrel, compared with the to a barrel western countries pay for oil from members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries. BOOSTS REVENUE The higher oil price is ex- pected to earn the Soviet Union billion in ad- ditional revenue this year. The increase is said to have been the first since 1971. International economists have previously noted that the Soviet Union's abundant natural resources should help it to ride out the present economic crisis with ease but that the east European countries will suffer worsen- ing trade deficits as a result of paying the higher prices for Soviet exports. Nepszabadsag says the oil price increase coincided with other hefty increases for raw materials, industrial goods and food supplies inside the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance the Communist trading alliance. Airline fires jet pilot COLOGNE (AP) The West German airline Lufthansa announced today that it has fired the captain and flight engineer of the Boe- ing 747 jumbo jet that crashed Nov. 20 in Nairobi, killing 59 persons. Another 98 passengers and crew members escaped the flaming wreckage of the plane, which was taking off for Johannesburg. It was the first 747 to be involved in a major disaster. Mazda modestly announces the four best economy car values in town. If you're looking for the best economy car buy going, you're going to have to look pretty hard. Because there are four top contenders to choose from. All 1974 Mazda 808's. Whichever one you choose, you're going to get a complete car. Even our lowest-priced Coupe gives you: a gutsy, gas-saving overhead cam engine. Slick, four-speed, all-synchro gear box. Power-assisted front disc brakes. High-back front bucket seats. A sporty centre console. All in a handsome package that really handles. If you'd 80H 4-Door Wagon like a little more room, check out the lowest-priced four-door wagon in town: it's a Mazda too. When you move up to our special edition Deluxe Coupe, you get even more. An electric clock. Tachometer. Trip odometer. Rear window defogger. Tinted glass.FulIy reclining front bucket seats. All the good things in life. So before you buy any economy car, compare the four best values in town. They're all waiting for you under one roof. Your Mazda dealer's. based on Manufacturer's suggested retail price for the standard two door coupe p.o.c. Halifax, Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver not including preparation charges, licence, gas, provincial sales tax or local freight where applicable. Starting at about Mazda.You don't have to settle for Pro Motors Ltd. 1520 2nd Avenue South: 328-8117 B.C. mines main aim is survival VANCOUVER (CP) Sur- vival is the main objective of most mines in British Colum- bia for 1975, says the new president of the Mining Association of B.C. J. D. Little, who was elected president at the association's annual meeting here at the weekend, said most of the low grade copper mines in the province are will- ing to take a real cash flow loss for part of 1975 in hopes of improving conditions. The main problems facing the industry are low copper prices, Japanese cutbacks and the federal provincial resource revenue conflict, said Mr. Little, who is also ex- ecutive vice president of Placer Development Ltd. "We are just hanging on, hoping the provincial and federal governments will work out their he said. "Maybe there will be some sort of decision at the .first ministers' conference in April. Mr. Little said the industry is in the first year of a two to three year cycle for copper prices and the lead zinc market, although more stable than copper, is weakening. He said the industry has been willing to take the lean years hoping things would im- prove but super royalties im- posed by the provincial Offshore oil plan at stake WASHINGTON (AP) -The Ford administration's plans to open the Atlantic to oil ex- ploration are at stake before the Supreme Court on a suit to affirm federal ownership of offshore areas. Arguments were scheduled to be heard today by the court. The Ford administration has appealed for a quick ruling because the suit is blocking plans to lease 3.5 million acres of the Atlantic to oil companies. The interior department has agreed to delay its leasing program until the suit is settled. The agreement already has forced the depart- ment to withdraw one invita- tion for oil companies to recommend areas for leasing, a preliminary step in the program. The justice department'fil- ed the suit in 1969 after Maine announced plans to lease 3.3 million acres of Atlantic mineral rights more than three miles offshore. The suit named all of the Atlantic coast states as defendants, but Florida was severed because its case involves complicated boundary questions. Maine's plans conflicted with the 1953 Submerged Lands Act, which gives the states title only to the first three miles of adjoining seabed. The Atlantic coast states claim dominion over 100 miles because of pre revolutionary grants from the English and Dutch. The federal law empowers the interior department to lease mineral rights beyond the three mile limit. Since 1954 the department has leas- ed about 11 million acres, mostly in the Gulf of Mexico. Lease bonuses, rental fees and oil and gas royalties have brought the federal govern- ment billion. None of the revenue has been shared with the states. government had removed the possibility of making a good profit if prices go up. The association president said there would be no new mines in B.C. until the provin- cial and federal governments settle their differences on mining royalties. He said another factor hurting the industry is the high cost of opening new mines. "When we put Gibraltar (a large copper mine) into production three years ago it cost us he said. "The same mine would cost million to put in today." Mr. Little said Japanese smelters are losing money and their government is not letting them sell surplus metal on the world markets. "This is resulting in huge stockpiles of metals." Oil output off TEL AVIV (AP) Produc- tion has dropped at the Israeli held Abu Rudeis oil field in the southwest Sinai desert, of- ficials said today. The news- paper Haaretz says output has declined from a peak of 37.8 million barrels in 1973 to an estimated 28 million barrels this year. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Agricultural Irrigation Trainees Required For the following position: SALES AND SERVICE Contact Miss A. Kostiuk 327-1571 for interview appointment. OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. Lethbridge Calgary Brooks Irrigation Division USE CLASSIFIED ADS Phone 328-4411 ACCOUNTANT Large industrial distributor requires an ex- perienced accountant at the head office in Leth- bridge. The successful applicant will have one or two years of formal accounting training or equivalent experience. A familiarity with or an interest in data processing would be helpful. Write stating qualifications and experience to J. V. Scotter. C.A., Oliver Industrial Supply Ltd., 236 36 St. N., Lethbridge, Alberta CO-ORDINATOR OF BUSINESS AFFAIRS required by FORT McMURRAY SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 2833 This rapidly expanding School District with a budget of over two million dollars requires a Business Administrator to take primary res- ponsibility for purchasing, bussing, housing and general office management. Please apply stating education, experience and salary expected to: Mrs. A. Tolen Secretary-Treasurer Fort McMurray School District No. 2833 8314 Fraser Avenue Fort McMurray, Alberta T9H 1X1 CN TELECOMMUNICATIONS REQUIRES Experienced Radio Technicians FOR EMPLOYMENT IN NORTHERN CANADA CNT is actively seeking qualified applicants to fill several vacancies currently existing in the Radio Technician classification on the Trop- bspheric Scatter Radio System. EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS Preference will be given to Institute of Technology (Telecommunic- ations Program} graduates, or equivalent, who also posses work experience on Tropoapheric Scatter or similar radio transmission systems. Applicants will be required to pass pre-requisite technical examinations and a Company medical. Any required familiarization training will be provided prior to assuminq the work assignment. WORK LOCATION The successful applicants will be headquartered at Edmonton, Alberta and work on a 42-day rotation basis, i.e one day's travel between Edmonton and the Northwest Territories work location at commencement and end of work which Is of 28 days duration, followed by 12 days at home. The Company provides meals and lodging free of charge while employee is at the work location. SALARY RANGE S12.S63. to per annum, including allowance. Start rate will be commensurate with experience. Interested applicants are requested to apply to the undersigned, in writing, stating their technical educational and work background. Regional Manager CN Telecommunications 9920-104 Avenue Edmonton, Alberta T5J 2X1 EXPERIENCED MEATCUTTER LETHBRIDGE STORE ONLY! Good Pay 5 Day Week 40 Hour Week Extra Benefits include: Life, Dental and Health Insurance, Pension Plan Opportunity for advancement Mature minded, neat and clean appearance necessary. Apply in Person to: Personnel Dept. CANADA SAFEWAYS LTD. 1616 Mayor Magrath Drive Alberta or write to above EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGIST POSITION: required by FORT MCMURRAY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2833 The successful candidate will serve as school with duties primarily at the elementary school level. This is a multi-faceted position which will involve counselling, testing, diagnosis, and individual program development for students with learning disabilities. The psychologist will also consult with parents and teachers and will assist teachers with the implementation of special programs for students with learning disabilities. QUALIFICATIONS: A minimum of a Masters Degree In Guidance and Counselling or School Psychology SALARY: Up to per annum depending on qualifications and experience. COMMENCEMENT: September, 1975. Apply in writing Including references and other pertinent information to: Mr. Jerry L. Stchcr of Fort McMumy School District No. 2833 Fruor Fort McMurray, Alberta 1X1_____________________ ;