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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE IITH8RIPOE HSRAIO Soturdoy, July 21, 1973 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES STAFF NURSES REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY BY FOOTHILLS HOSPITAL for positions in all areas throughout the hospital. Ap- plicants must be a graduate from an approved school of nursing. A full range of fringe 'benefits are avail- able. APPLY IN WRITING TO: PERSONNEL OFFICE FOOTHILLS HOSPITAL CALGARY, ALBERTA CHEVRON STANDARD LIMITED RiQUIRES PROCESS OPERATORS Chevron Standard limited Invites applications from Proeesi Operators for employment at the Kaybob South Gas Process- ing Plant located approximately 30 miles south of Fox Creek, Alberta. Applicants must hove operating experience in gas plont or related industry, and hold or be working Second or Third Class Alberta Steam Engineer Certificates. Full employee benefits are offered, including moving as- sistance and transportation. Modern housing is available at Fox Creek. Salary will be commensurate with experience. Please submit written application giving full details of age, education and experience, together with telephone number to: Chevron Manager Relations Chevron Standard Limited 400 5th Avenue S.W. Calgary, Alberta T2P 017 YOUR FUTURE IS HERE EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT Irrigation Division, IETHBRIDGE. Responsible administrative work assisting the Director of Irrigation in the ongoing day-to-day office administration. Duties include the more routine but senior clerical details involving budgeting, ac- counting, purchasing and personnel functions. Desire Uni- versity degree in Arts, Commerce or Business Administra- tion, or equivalent combination of training and experi- ence. Require a minimum of five years responsible office administration and supervisory experience in lieu of aca- demic training. Salary range to per month. Competition number: 0007-C-3. Closes August 9, 1973. Apply CAIGARY (see address INVESTIGATOR Ombudsman's Office, CAIGARY. Under supervision of the Chief Investigator will investigate and submit reports for the Ombudsman for the South Region. Investigation work includes interviewing, examining documents and prepara- -tioTi of briefs and reports for the Ombudsman's Office. Considerable personal investigative experience in such fields as newspaper work, insurance adjustment, or police work. Graduation from Police College or enforcement courses an asset. Salary range to per month. Competition Number: 6462-C-1. Closes August 9, 1973. Information and application from: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 620 7th AVENUE S.W. CALGARY, ALBERTA T2P OY8 CAREER PLANNING STUDY RESEARCH ASSISTANTS (4 temporary positions) The Planning Secretariat of the Department of Manpower and Labour in Edmonton has positions available for individuals interested in participating in a Career Planning, Placement and Counselling- Services Study. The objectives of the study are: 1. To examine the placement and career counselling processes existent in Alberta. 2. To examine the career-related (specifically placement and counselling) needs of groups possessing career-related adaptation problems. 3. To create a theoretically ideal career planning process for Albertans. 4. To enumerate alternate methods of placement end counselling, and to develop operational objectives for implementation of same. The occupants of tbese positions will be involved in the achievement of the first two objectives and will be required to establish working relationships with relevant agency staffs special need groups throughout the Province. Successful candidates must have the ability, to compile, analyze, summarize and prepare reports on the results of personal interviews and questionnaires. Some relevant experience in a research situation and university graduation in the social sciences; or an equivalent combination of education and experience is required. Additional experience in analyzing organization structures, related pro- grams or handicapped groups would be desirable. Salary commensurate with previous experience up to per month. Submit resumes or application lotffis tO: Planning Secretariat. Room 406. l.B.M. Building. Edmonton, Alberta. COMPETITION CLOSES AUGUST ydlberta MANPOWER AND LABOUR Management Trainees Meat-Cutter Trainees A large retail chair has openings for ambitious in- dividuals seeking a challenging career in merchand- ising. Position offers on-the-job training. Promotional pro- spects and fringe benefits are excellent. Applicants must be willing to relocate and accept transfers to various communities throughout Western Canada. APPLY IN CONFIDENCE TO: Box No. 92 MECHANIC WANTED Top salary and commission with five-figure bracket possible per month. Work in wheel alignment and tune-up. Apply in Writing to: BOX 94, HERALD THE BLOOD TRIBE OF INDIANS REQUIRE THE SERVICES OF A QUALIFIED Comptroller (Supervisory) To offer introduction and guidance in all aspects of accounting. Qualifications require a C.A. or equivalent accounting degree, ability to relate effectively to Native people, and experience in supervising a large staff. Forward complete resume of education, experience, and salary expected to: Blood Tribe Administration Box 40, Cardston, Alberta ATTENTION: Mr. Richard Mills Career opportunities with TABER LTD. Because of our growing Volume of Business, Superior Ford Mercury requires the following Personnels SALES DEPARTMENT 3 Vehicle Sales Representatives PER MONTH guaranteed SERVICE DEPARTMENT 3 Journeymen or Apprentice Mechanics 35 HOURS A WEEK GUARANTEED PARTS DEPARTMENT NEGOTIABLE baste salary plus eomrototen 1 Parts Helper (Trainee) SALARY NEGOTIABLE For man contact Mr. Worrit Thompson, General Manager TABtt LTD. I Phone 223.3537 Concrete paving the way for comeback in Calgary CALGARY (CP) Concrete Is paving the way for its own comeback in the to e aviation industry. Calgary has used for years a 10-inch asphalt base for its roads but reinforced concrete is making gains. Some expect it ;o dominate street work shortly. Concrete once was used ex- tensively throughout Canada for roads, but was considered too expensive in relation to its durability in winter weather. It was replaced by asphalt, which now is becoming en- tangled in the mounting energy shortage. Its chemical base previously was considered a waste byprod- uct by the petroleum industry. However, it also happens to be the base chemical for kerosene, for which there is a rising de- mand as fuel for jet planes. Other factors in the resur- gence of concrete are in- vestment in concrete-laying ma- Cabbies9 report issued by mayor TORONTO (CP) Cabbies should learn the art of self- defence and be able to treat injured persons and care for pregnant women, says North York Mayor Mel Lastman fol- lowing his personal investiga- tion into the Toronto taxi business. He has submitted a 30-page report to a special committee examining the city's taxi business. "We don't want cab drivers to run around delivering babies, but we'd like them to know how to keep the mother and baby comfortable until getting them to hospital, Mr. Lasbman said. But this particular recom- mendation was tagged as "to- tally ridiculous" by Allan Sa- doff, general manager of Dia- mond Taxicab Association Ltd. Mr. Sadoff reckons that for every man who tries to help a baying a baby, "the woman is liable to yefl rape." He added that it's unlikely a 65-or 70-year-old cabbie could learn judo or karate to defend himself. Mr. Lastman touched on the dress issue in his report, fol- lowing numerous complaints recently by the public of slo- venly appearance of cabbies and untidy cab interiors. Mr. Lastman said a driver's dress should not be dictated by the Metropolitan Toronto Licensing Commission but should be left to the individ- ual's discretion. Mr. Sadoff said this was "the biggest blunder Mr. Lastman has yet made." "If you leave it up to the individual, with no restric- tions, you won't get any- he said. "Someone has to set some sort of stand- ards." chinery and improved concrete technology. The elaborate machinery for laying concrete roads often had been considered too expensive to set up in a new location on the chance of gaining a ten- dered road contract. Calgary now has this machin- ery because of a contact for cubic yards of reinforced concrete for tax- iways at the new terminal of Calgary International Airport. Work started this week. A Winnipeg construction com- pany is doing the job with ma- chinery previously unavailable in the city. The company has made no commitment, but many believe the machinery will remain in Calgary and be used for road construction. The cost gap between asphalt and concrete has been narrow- ing during the last five years. For intial costs, concrete is be- tween 20 to 25 per cent more expensive. However, advocates of con- crete say that if long life and lower maintenance are involved in the cost formula, there is so real cost difference between the two. "If the effective life Is 20 years, then both concrete and asphalt can a city engineer said. However, the effectiveness of concrete in Calgary's climate- subject to sudden winter thaws because of yet to be fully studied, experts say. The University of Calgary is conducting a cost-benefit analysis of concrete containing steel fibres, financed by the Na- tional Research Council and Na- tional Defence Council. LABORATORY TECHNICIAN The job requires a diploma in Petroleum Technology (natural gas Prefer knowledge of gas analysis and previous gas plant experience. Salaried position. Apply to: Canada Manpower Centre 4T9 7th St. Lethbridge Phone 327-8535 TARR DIRECTOR As Director, Treaty Rights and Research. Indian Association of Alberta, you will ad- minister the program as laid out by the Board of Directors to conduct both oral and archival research into the Rights of Alberta Indians under Treaty. Responsibilities will include insuring that policies related to the program are adhered to; maintaining direct feedback to the Executive Director on progress of program; vising and directing staff activities. Location: Edmonton QUALIFICATIONS Several years responsible planning experience; knowledge of research techniques; demonstrated research abilities; excellent communication skills; ability to work with others'; understanding of problems facing Treaty Indians; ability to speak an Alberta Indian language would be an asset. Salary: Negotiable Please send resume by July 31, 1973, to: INDIAN ASSOCIATION OF ALBERTA No. Kingsway Avenue EDMONfON 25G OX5 ALBERTA mn IMPORTANT NOTICE To All Residents of Southern Alberta WATCH FOR THE EXCITING UPER DISCOUNT COUPON PROGRAM Presented By Of Lethbridge In Co-operation With 40 OF YOUR HADING BUSINESSES 1. Keep on watching our colorful and interesting Info-Vision color screens in COLLEGE MALL (centre aisle opposite Acme TV) CENTRE VILLAGE MALL (Smittys, over moll entrance door) 9 EXHIBITION GROUNDS (Main Pavilion, over snack bar) 9 TABER (soon to be installed) PINCHER CREEK (soon to be installed) 2. Keep on watching The Lethbridge Herald for names of participating merchants 3. Ask your favorite retailers when they'll be starting 4. Get your shopping list ready and be prepared for some fantastic savings and real buys in Household furniture, appliances, sporting goods, floor coverings, clothing, shoes, hardware, tires, laundry and dry cleaning, and on, and on, and on. Thousands of Hems to choose from BEAT THE HIGH COST OF LIVING Pick-up all the savings you can from these reliable merchants. IWO-VISION COMPANY SAUS AGENCY AND BRANCH OFFlCf AIDA ADVERTISING AGENCIES 306 25th St. S., lethbridge 328-2572 H ;