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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta WUlf WHAT ENERGY Horsepower is what moves a car. even if it has to be Dor- as was the case with this driver in The Philippines when he ran out of gas in a Manila suburb. Dow Chemical contends export plan sound By JEFF CARRUTHERS Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA In its final sub- mission to the National Energy Dow Chemical of Canada Ltd contends it went well beyond normal Board requirements in demonstrating that the natural gas used to make the ethylene it proposed to export to the US is surplus to Canadian requirements. Dow has proposed 10 export 10 billion pounds of ethylene to the US between 1977 and 1987. The ethylene is to be made from ethane derived from Alberta natural gas Tthylene. in short supply is used to make plastics the past the Board has only expected evidence that materials proposed to be ex- ported were surplus to Cana- dian requirements and not that there were no persons who were unable to purchase the gas at a location of their choice and at a price of their Dow says in its response to final submissions to the NEB from mtervenors to Dow export license application Dow contends that re- quire in addition evidence that all potential users were able to obtain from the applicants the material at a location and price of their choosing would render future export applications since any person could prevent an export by merely complaining that they had a potential un- satisfied regardless of the fact that the material was clearly surplus to Canadian requirements Dow in what was literally a last-minute submission sent by telefascimile to Ottawa from Calgary late says that those companies who complained that Dow had failed to pursue suf- ficient to satisfy their requirements did not Cardinal re-elected EDMONTON Harold Cardinal of Sucker Friday won a seventh one-year term as president of the Indian Association of Alberta Mr. Cardinal won a 600-vote victory over Maurice chief of the Peigan reserve in Southern and former southern IAA vice-president Sykes Powderface of Morley. About 12 per cent of the 000 eligible voters cast ballots in the first province-wide elec- tion of IAA officers. In prior regional vice- the president and secretary were elected at an- pual meetings. CONCORDE CUT PARIS France and Britain agreed Friday to reduce their joint production of Concorde supersonic cutting to 16 the number to be built. France originally had insisted on 19 but British Prime Minister Harold Wilson announced in principle the Concorde cut after a day's summit meeting with Presi- dent Valery Giscard d'Estaing. The Concorde pro- ject has cost the two coun- tries about more than 10 times the original esti- make any representation that they had sought any alternate source of ethylene is also of significance that these from comphaning companies that each of the companies making this point were themselves participants in other projects planning the manufacture of Dow says Dow contends that the NEB and the in approving a related Alberta- to-Sarma pipeline must have taken into con- sideration what the pipeline would be used for. this the only use for one of the pipelines that was proposed was the tran- sportation of ethylene which would require t-import and as part of the marketing scheme described by it also necessitated the export of ethylene to the extent that it was surplus to Canadian requirements Dow adds that in the pipeline Dow said that no more than 40 percent of the production of the proposed 2.4-billion pound capacity ethylene plant in Alberta would have been ex- ported to the U.S.. or about 1- bilhon pounds a year Dow argues that a healthy and competitive business ethylene manufacture capaci- ty expands to meet or be ahead of Dow was defending its technique of ex- trapolating past ethylene production as a forecast of future ethylene requirements in Canada INSURANCE CLAIMS ADJUSTER Required by Multiple Line Insurance Cal- gary Office. Preferably a college graduate or equiva- lent with one or two years general adjusting experience Full benefits including company pension disability and medical and dental benefits Salary commensurate with qualifications. Moving costs to Be paid by the company Apply in writing to- TravelersolCanada 635 Sixth Ava. Calgary Mr. R. A. Claimt Mgr All will be treated confidentially SURGICAL SUPPLY SALES REPRESENTATIVE Required By Stevens Alberta Co. Ltd. To cover Southern Alberta territory calling on hospitals and doctors Excellent income potential based on territorial history Must have own car and be prepared to work with minimal supervision Experience an asset but not essential Reply in own handwriting only to Mr. R. Salei Manager P.O. Box Station Calgary. Albe.la SERVICE MECHANICS Immediate positions open for licensed mechanics or qualified apprentice in Lethbridge. Top industry wages. Excellent working conditions. Apply in writing C. A. JAMES Box 7 Lethbridge or Phone 327-5512 Days Evenings 329-3475 All inquiries treated in confidence. MCKAY BROS. FARM EQUIPMENT LTD. SECRETARY to Director of Pupil Personnel Services. Written applications for the above noted position will be received by the undersigned until July Proficiency in shorthand and typing is essential for this position. Salary to per annum. Duties will commence on or about August 1974. M.V. Crumley Secretary-Treasurer Lethbridge School District No. 51 433 15th Street South Alberta WANTED Secretary to Director of Curriculum Written applications for the above noted position will be received by the undersigned until Wed- July 1974. Proficiency in shorthand and typing Is essential for this position. Salary range to per Duties will commence on or about August 1974. M. V. Crumley Secretary-Treasurer Lethbridge School District No. 51 433 15th Street South T1J 2Z5 New York City misplaces money NEW YORK New York City seems to have misplaced about million recently. An audit of the city con- troller's office by an outside auditing firm revealed Tues- day that major banks are holding about million more of New York City's money than the city thought it had on deposit. This news partially offset the revelation Tuesday that a computer has handed out about million to people no longer on the welfare rolls The computer had been in- troduced into the welfare sys- tem to reduce overpayments Last another out- side audit revealed that million worth of negotiable said to be easier to cash than endorsed che- not in the city where they are supposed to be. Mayor Abraham a former controller who ran for mayor last year on his money management has ap- pointed a study group to in- vestigate the discrepancies. Indian landmark B.C. A landmark decision on aboriginal rights was handed down in county court here this week Judge A. D. C. Washington ruled that Jacob Kruger and Robert Manuel of the Penticton Indian have the aboriginal right to hunt on their traditional hunting grounds on unoccupied crown land without a permit and during closed season Mayor Beame was unavail- able for comment on yet an- other one by con- troller Harrison the controller's office lost track of million during Beame's term. Woodworkers 'betrayed' VICTORIA An of- ficial of the Victoria local of the International Woodworkers of America said Friday the rank and file members of the coast IWA division have been betrayed by their leaders on the union negotiating team a very strong feel- ing among the membership that they've been let Art secretary of IWA Local 1-118 said in an inter- view He is also union plant chairman at the B C Forest Products Ltd. plywood mill here Mr. Casson said he recommended that IWA members reject this second tentative although the presidents of all nine coast locals including Victoria were unanimous in endorsing it. On the first Victoria and New Westminster local executives recommended re- jection AVIATRIX KILLED MELBOURNE Ruth one of Australia's best known woman died Tuesday when her Cessna 210 crashed in mountains east of here The wrecked plane and the bodies of four women on board was located Wednesday CARE E R S WANTEDl EXPERIENCED MAINTENANCE MECHANIC For large Distribution Centre in Calgary Ex- perience with Raymond Forks and Moto-Truc preferred but not necessary. Own Tools necessary. 5 40 hour work week. per hour with without and full range of Company Benefits. Apply in writing or in person CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED 535 Avenue S.W. ALBERTA YOUR FUTURE IS HERE. lOVERNMENT OF AtBFRTA ALBERTA VOCATIONAL CENTRE 332 6 Avenue Calgary The Alberta Vocational Centre provides academic upgrading skill training to adults who have been sponsored for further education by Federal or Provincial Government programs. INSTRUCTOR SUPERVISOR coordinates and supervises the pre-employment programs Including Nursing Institutional Housekeeping and variety of short-term Business Skill courses Duties include budget preparation and expenditure control Baccalaureate preferably in Adult proven administrative some teaching experience or equivalent combination of education and experience. Quote Competition Number 5503-C-1. INSTRUCTOR Provides instruction in the area of communication math and science. Require related Alberta Teaching Certificate and some teaching experience NOTE This is a temporary position from September 1974 to June 1975 Quote Competition Number 5501-C-34 VOCATIONAL COUNSELLOR Provides individual and group counselling in such areas as financial and personal concerns Require undergraduate degree in Psychology or other related discipline Desire some graduate work in career teaching experience an asset Quote Competition Number 5501-C-35 LIBRARIAN Responsible for the day-to-day operation of the Centre's Library Duties will include staff supervision overseeing dissemination and con- trol of print and non print planning and developing of the library and audio-visual services B L S with related experience preferably in multi-media services secondary teaching experience an asset Salary to 020 per annum Quote Competition Number 0660-C-1 Closing date August 1974 Competition Number in To obtain further Information and appli- cation forms regarding the above please complete this coupon and forward to GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 1101. JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING 620 Tin AVENUE SW ALBERTA TJP OYI Name Address City Prov.................... Postal Code Comp. No................................. Paper says aide 6set up' meeting CONDEMNING Arab guer- rilla Rabbi Meir former head of the militant Jewish Defense told an audience in Jerusahim that a world- wide Jewish antiguerrilla organization should be formed to combat Arab ter- rorists. WASHINGTON The Washington Post says John Ehrlichman arranged to tape- record a meeting with a Nixon campaign lawyer last year so Ehrhchman could great at the gruesome of the Watergate cover-up The Post quotes a confiden- tial memorandum saying that Ehrlichman arranged the meeting April with Paul a lawyer for the Nixon re-election committee at San Calif formerly President Nixon's chief domestic was con- victed last week of perjury and conspiracy The description of the meet- ing was included in a 10-page memorandum of the recollec- tions of another Nixon cam- paign Kenneth Park- says the siory by Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein Parkinson related his recol- lections of the Watergate af- fair to another Plato who wrote the con- fidential memo obtained by The the newspaper says Jacob Parkinson's said this week that Parkinson was simply speculating to Cachens about tne Ehrlichman O'Brien meeting. The Post savs CAMP COOKS. HELPERS and ATTENDANTS How would you like to live rent eat three meals a day at no cost to and receive an attractive salary at the same you Not so. Fortier a leader in feeding and housing field personnel in Western Canada for 25 has opportunities available for qualified cooks' and camp attendants work on job sites in British and the Northwest Territories. Further information may be obtained by t-ORTIER ASSOCIATES 15712-112th Avenue Alberta T5M 2W1 or phone toll free 484-8101 and ask for Personnel Office ATHABASCA UNIVERSITY Invites applications for a Tutor in Environmental Sciences Applicants should have M.Sc. or Ph.D degree in any of the En- vironmental Sciences. A broad background in the life sciences and ex- perience in related disciplines will be assets. Duties will include interacting with off-campus students through telephone and small group and assisting in the production and delivery of instructional materials. commensurate with qualifications and experience Appointment is for a period of one year and is renewable. Duties commence September or as mutually arranged. Applications close July 1974. Send a curriculum vitae and the names of two references Dr. T.S. Bakshi Environmental Sciences Athabasca University 14515-122 Avenue Alberta T5L 2W4 Go with a city on the move-drive Edmonton Transit. Edmonton Transit Operators have a lot going for them. The pay is good Working conditions are excellent and the job offers a full range of employee benefits. work is not all chat matters. What about Edmonton has earned the reputation of being one of Canada's most progressive cities. Its stimulating atmosphere encourages initiative and growth. The healthy environment affords plentiful opportunity to enjoy home and leisure time. back to the job. To qualify for the position of an Edmonton Transit Operator you must be 21 years of age or be in A-l medical weigh in proportion to your have a grade 10 or better possess a good driving record and be able to obtain the required driver's license If you have the above qualifications and would like more information on the please write1 THE CITY OF EDMONTON EMPLOYMENT OFFICE CENTENNIAL BUILDING 21 SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL SQUARE ;