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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD Saturday, July 14. 1973 Dirty air hater to tour B.C. VICTORIA (CP) The Brit- ish Columbia government has introduced Snifferbug hates ifally, dirt in the air. The government plans to send it around the province for the next six months, nosing up bad smells wherever they exist. Snifferbug, a mobile air quality laboratory, was put into service Friday by the Pol- lution Control Branch (PCB) of the B.C. water resources services. To be more exact, Sniffer- bug is a 31-foot-long school bus loaded with scientific measur- ing instruments, designed to monitor air quality continu- ously 24 hours a day whether its crew is present or not. Snifferbug is fully automated and air-conditioned, says the government. It is intended to travel around, printing out measurements of air quality on a teletype console to be moni- tored and punching out a paper tape which is fed directly into the provincial data centre in Victoria. It is trained to detect and measure almost any contami- nant which could come from Industrial processes sulphur dioxide, hydrogen sulphur, car- bon monoxide, oxidants, hydro- GREAT CANADAIN OIL SANDS LIMITED STEAM ENGINEER A qualified second-class Steam Engineer is required for the position of SHIFT SUPERVISOR, responsible for the direction and control of operations in the Utilities' De- partment. The Power Plant is capable of providing total utility ser- vices to a majpr operating complex engaged in the re- covery of oil from the Atha- basca Tar Sands in Fort Mc- Murray, Alberta. The successful applicant can expect enumeration com. ensurate with his experience and ability with a minimum salary level of per year. COMPREHENSIVE C O M- PANY BENEFITS! Modern housing and full relocation expenses are offered to the successful candidate. Reply in confidence with com- plete resume of education and experience fo: The Recruitment Co-ordinator Crtat Canadian Oil limited Box 450 Fort McMurray, Alberta carbons, participate matter and nitrogen oxides. The Pollution Control Branch says it intends to use "Sniffer- bug" to monitor effects of in- dustrial air pollution on air quality in surrounding neigh- borhoods. In this regard, the nosey ve- hicle will be co-operating with i about 100 fixed air monitoring! stations scattered throughout the province. First stop on the trail of bad smells is to be a six-month junket to Prince George, Kam- -loops, Trail and Victoria with stays of one or two months in each place. Former Socred cabinet minister seeks VIC pay VANCOUVER (CP) A former Social Credit cabinet minister in British Columbia is fighting a federal government ruling which prevents Mm from collecting unemployment insurance because the voters fired him from his year post as industry minister. Waldo SkUlings, 66, says he paid UI premiums for the last 37 weeks he held his posi- tion and then "became unem- ployed through no fault of my own." The federal government says that offices such as MLA and cabinet minister are not insur- able categories and has re- fused to pay him the a week he might otherwise have received in benefits. Mr. SMDings took the case to court in Victoria where federal court Judge Frank U. Collier reserved decision after hear- ing both sides. A me spokesman said three other Social Credit ministers applied for benefits but didn't pursue the issue when the de- partment of National Revenue and Taxation ruled against them. Mr. SkUlings said he had been told he could take his case to the Supreme Court of Canada if Judge Collier ruled against him. The former cabinet minister stated that an government em- ployees became eligible for un- employment insurance in Jan- uary 1972 and he was told then cabinet members would also be covered. "If a person pays premiums for any kind of insurance and an accident happens in this case unemployment through no fault of my own in a provincial election then he should re- ceive Mr. SkUlings argued. Meanwhile, be has registered with Canada Manpower for work as required by TJIC reg- ulations. "But they have to offer you a comparable job and there isn't much to compare to the job of a former cabinet minis- he said. CAREERS YOUR FUTURE IS HERE xllberra PREVENTIVE SOCIAL SERVICES CONSULTANT Department of Health Social Development, Preventive Social Services Branch. of this daw interpret and promote the concept of preventive services to local mvnici- polities engaged in the administration of welfare programs. University graduation in Social Sciences or a related field plus considerable experience in social casework and ad- ministration h required. Salary Closes July 27, 1973. Competition Number 8025-3. APPLY: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA, PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE 500 TERRACE BUILDING 106 STREET A 96 AVENUE EDMONTON, ALBERTA YOUR FUTURE IS HfflE Liberia SECRETARIAL ARTS Olds. Co-ordinates the one-year diploma and certificate gram in Secretarial Arts offered at Oldi College. Prepares and presents courses in typing, shorthand and related secre- tarial arts courses. Requires related university training; com- petence in secretarial arts; some teaching experience essen- tial. Comntenc'ng salary dependent vpon qualifications and experience. Competition number: SS01-C-39. This competi- tion will remain open until a suitable candidate h selected. Information and application forms from: GOVERNMENT Of ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFRCE ROOM 1101, JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING 620-7th AVENUE S. W. CALGARY, ALBERTA T2P OY8 WITH FIRST OF WEEK SPECIALS AT SAFEWAY! PRICES EFFECTIVE in LETHBRIDGE and TABER TWO DAYS ONLY Mon. and Tues., July 16 GROUND COFFEE SAFEWAY ALL PURPOSE Mb. pkg. CREAMED CORN or ASST'D PEAS. Taste Tells Can. Choice____ 14-fl. or. tin BUY A CASE OF 24 TINS FOR BARTLETT PEARS Vt's TASTE TELLS Can. Choice, 14-fl. oz. tin Illlv FRESH BREAD POLLY ANN White or Brown SLICED FRESH 20-oz. Nel Wt. Loaf WHITE SUGAR ALBERTA FINE GRANULATED Stock up for Home Canning 25 Q.59 BREAD DOUGH BEL AIR FROZEN WHITE Pkg. of 2 1-lb. loaves PIEDMONT TANGY FLAVOUR 32-fl. oz. jar SALAD DRESSING LUNCHEON MEAT BURNS ROY-AIL T2-oz. not wt. tin GOLDEN YELLOW BANANAS BEST QUALITY How About Bananas and Cream FRESH PORK STEAKS CUT FROM BOSTON BUTT GOVERNMENT INSPECTED C A We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities FOR FINE FOODS AT THE LOW PRICES CREAM SNOW STAR-Vanilla, Chocolate Strawberry, Neapolitan TO YOUR CHANGE ;