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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Saturday, Junt 1, 1974 Cutesy look lost for nursery set NEW YORK (NBA) This year it's "no more" for cutesy sportswear for the nursery set. It's an active sportswear look with all the flair of big people fashions especially in the fabrics, colors and patterns. A special point is that it's no longer a navy-and- pastel world, and bunny and bird motifs have moved over to make room for the rest of the animal kingdom as well as fish patterns and stripes. And more important than the fashion pluses, wearability and practicality make their marks especially with polyester doubleknits. This year Bill Beaton top designer for Bull Frog knits, introduces a fascinating collection for the seemingly never-tired toddlers. In sizes two, three and four, Beaton breaks loose with jogging, tennis, bowling and just plain kicking costumes. Right for all these activities, they can also be counted on for double duty like single stroller sitting. Active wear best characterizes the Bull Frog knits collection and can readily vie with the best of pro shop fashions. And the toddler is the true activist. After the first step no mother in the world needs to be told who is the busiest body in the house. Ann Landers Bus Drivers Required By Brewster Transport Co. Banff, Alberta CALL 327-3258 LETHBRIDQE YOUR FUTURE IS HERE. xllbeda GOVERNMENT QF ALBERTA BUSINESS INSTRUCTOR FAIRVIEW COLLEGE To assist in course development and instruct in the new Administrative-Clerk Program. Be prepared to instruct in areas such as public administration, finance, accounting, inventory control, economics taxation, office supervision and management. Requires a Bachelor's Degree in Commerce, Business or Public Administration preferred. A teaching certification or eligibility for same is desirable Incumbent required to July 1 and no later than August 1, 1974. Salary dependent upon education and experience presented. Closes June 14. 1974. Competition number 5501-55. APPLY: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE MAIN FLOOR, CENTENNIAL BUILDING 10015 103 AVENUE, T5J OH4 OR ROOM 500 TERRACE BUILDING EDMONTON, ALBERTA, T5K 2C1 Home Improvement Package SALESPERSON POSITION: Package home Improvement salesperson res- ponsible for the sales; planning, estimating and co-ordination for home improvement packages. Packages include garages, rec rooms, additions, fences, kitchens, bathrooms, etc. CANDIDATE: Applicants should have experience in sales and planning of packages with good knowledge of building materials, construction, estimating, or related areas. SALARY: Dependent on experience. Full range of fringe benefits sales incentive avaiiable. ApplicanU should tend to: The Manager Beaver Lumber Store 1707 3rd Avenue South, Lethbridge SENIOR INSPECTORS PIPELINES To inspect the installation and pressure testing rural gas co-operative distribution systems; must ensure that material specifications and construc- tion standards are met and that all safety regula- tions are enforced. Experience in polyethylene plastic pipe installation and applicable codes and regulations would be a definite asset. Candidates should have several years' pipeline or gas distribu- tion experience and must be able to establish proper communications with contractors. The ability to recruit and supervise up to four Junior Inspectors is required. A number of immediate openings exist in various parts of Alberta and the lengths of the projects vary up to 24 weeks. A limited number of permanent positions will result from these projects and tem- porary Senior Inspectors will be given preference. Salary, expenses, relocation allowance, and trans- portation are negotiable and will be well within the competitive ranges. U you are interested in either short or longer term projects, why not call collect to: R. F. Braun or G. St_ Energy Conservation Board, 261-8311, Calgary or Write to us at 603 Sixth Avenue S.W., Calgary, Alberta ENERGY RESOURCES CONSERVATION BOARD Office Manager Required for local agriculturally oriented business. Duties will include the complete accounting function and financial reporting to the general manager. Interested persons may reply in confidence to Box 76, Herald to arrange for personal interview. Salary is negotiable and will be commensurate with ability and experience. THE CANADIAN ARMED FORCES Have Employment Opportunities for Infantrymen Nurses Radio Operators Mechanics Cooks Supply Technicians Drivers Sonarmen Communicator Research Hull Technicians Aero Engine Technicians Medical Assistants Military Policemen Electronics Technicians Phone Or Visit Your Canadian Forces Recruiting Mobile At the Bridge Townhouse Motel, Lethbridge on 5 and 6 June between 12 noon and 8 p.m. Phone 327-4576, or write to Canadian Forces Recruiting Unit at 522 8th Ave. S.W., Calgary, Alta. T2P 1E8, or visit your local Canada Manpower Centre. GET INVOLVED EARN WHILE YOU LEARN Advanced Education Planning and Research Services A recently established Planning and Research Services unit has responsibility for developing departmental information systems and services; assisting Advanced education institutions with information, planning and management systems; and providing a system-level planning and analysis capability. Applications are in- vited for the following positions: COORDINATOR, INFORMATION SYSTEMS The Coordinator's efforts will be directed at the devel- opment of an educational management information system for the department, assisting institutions with related developments and formulating information re- porting and exchange policies and procedures Activities will require a familiarity with such analytical tools and models as student flow models, resource re- quirements prediction and allocation models, etc. Can- didates should possess a Bachelors degree and have 3 to 5 years experience involving development or ex- tensive use of computer-based management infor- mation systems in an educational setting. Post-gradu- ate training in quantitive methods is desirable and administrative experience at an Advanced Educa- tion institution an asset. Salary under review. Competition number M742-16. PROJECTS OFFICER The Projects Officer will design and execute planning and research projects and studies and prepare com- prehensive reports and recommendations to offices, branches and divisions in Advanced Education. Re- sponsibilities will include the coordination of research studies sponsored by the department, providing serv- ice and assistance to investigators, compiling research findings and communicating to users. Candidates should possess a Bachelors degree and have experience in educational research or a related area. Post-graduate training and experience in in- stitutional cesearch are additional desirable qualifica- tions. Salary range Si Competition number M741-6. RESEARCH LIBRARIAN The Research Librarian will develop, maintain and operate a research reference library and related in- formation services for the department. Activities will include developing policies, systems and pro- cedures: monitoring referenoe needs; disseminating information and providing a research reference service. In addition, the incumbent will undertake special projects and analyses requiring intimate familiarity with specific reference collections. Candidates should possess a Bachelors degree in Library Science and have 2 to 4 years experience in government documents or statistical reference library work. Salary range competition number 0660-2. These competitions close June 18, 1974. Floor, CvnWruiM BUHding 1M1S 103 TSJ OR Boom SOB MMna TSK 2C1 CAREERS MOBILE HOME DEALERSHIP Requires a Sales Manager and Salesman for New Branch lot presently being opened in Southern Alberta. Must be willing to be re-located. Send resume of exper- ience and education, etc. to Box 75, The Lethbridge Herald TEACHERS REQUIRED Drumheller Hilltop School requires 4 certified teachers with the following teaching specialties, senior science, senior English, drama junior high specialist, and general secondary specialist. These positions offer the advantage of a reasonable teaching load, mature students, small classes and a professional atmosphere. Appointments will be initially effective until August 30, 1974 on an intern contract basis. Please MR. BRIAN POLLICK Acting Supervisor of Education Box 3000, Drumheller, Alberta or Phone 823-5101, Local 34 HOUSEPARENTS REQUIRED FOR COMMUNITY GROUP HOME Spruce Cliff Centre requires houseparents for a community group home located in Calgary. Houseparents are required to live in a fully fur- nished and equipped government-owned home. One parent may be gainfully employed in other full-time work. They will provide care for approxi- mately 5 adolescent boys and girls aged 12 to 16 years. Duties will include basic care and emotional support for the children. Terms to be negotiated by contract. Please apply in writing to: Mr. W. Bruleigh, Director, Spruce Cliff Centre, 3410 Spruce Drive S.W.. CALGARY, Alberta HEALTH SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT Atomic Energy of Canada Limited Glace Bay Heavy Water Plant Opportunities exist in one of Canada's newest and fastest developing energy industries. Applications are invited from candidates with operations exper- ience in chemical plants, oil refineries, gas plants, or similar process industries, having a minimum of High School Graduation or equivalent, for the following positions. SHIFT FOREMEN Under direction o! Shift Supervisor to supervise operators on shift white maintaining ctose contort with the Control Room Oper- alot. lo handte fieW clearance o! shutdown ecnmpmeffl >n preparation lor maintenance wofti. io approve completed procedures same. to advise Shift Supervisor on the authorization ol permits on ofl stirlts; 1o assist in mainlammg salety standards. Jo provide on the jot) trairtmg 1or operators and trainees A mtntmum d seven years operating experience required with al leasl two years as control room operator Salary range depending on tjuali- f icaticwis 416.500 4p1us Shift bonus and Other premiums) SENIOR OPERATOR Under direction lo monilor planl operations in a central control room Minimum ol five lo seven years related experience Hourly rate 30 OPERATORS Under direction to readings and adjustments following specifications and prescribed operating procedures. Minimum ol three to lour years related experience. Hourty rate 10 40 85 Good wording conditions and fringe benelBs. including relocation assistance Candidates interested in this position are InvHed to contact by Telephone Mr. V. Letghton June 6th, P.M. at the Calgary Inn to arrange for an Interview. Dear Ann Landers: Other people have aired their pet peeves and said they felt better for having done so. Here's mine. In the last couple of years I've put on weight. This is especially devastating to me because I always ate everything I wanted, never gained an ounce and had an excellent figure. I married into a family of camera nuts. They take pictures at every picnic, birthday, holiday, and family get-together. It's really wild. Since I put on weight I hate to have my picture taken, but they insist on getting me anyway. Why is it that the minute you tell someone you don't want to be photographed they insist on sneaking up and getting you when you aren't looking? They especially love to catch you yawning, eating, or bending over to pick up something. Need I tell you that all the pictures are exchanged? They make the full route relatives and friends and are carried in purses to show at parties. It seems to rne that individuals who don't want to be photographed should have their wishes respected as a matter of good manners. What do you say? Look At The Birdie Dear Bird: I agree with you. There is something vulgar and somewhat hostile in the sort of behavior you describe. I'm printing your letter for those who have the problem so they can clip it and hand it to their "well-meaning" friends and relatives who do this to them. Dear Ann Landers: After numerous consultations our 19-year-old daughter finally left home bag and baggage. She has no job and is about three months pregnant. The boy has said nothing about Marriage, nor has he offered to help her financially. I am the father of this girl and I need to know my responsibilities. Should 1 insist that she come home and offer to see her through? Can I take legal action against the boy? She does not want to marry him and I'm not sure he would marry her in any event. You will notice I am not mentioning the girl's mother. Her attitude is, "good riddance." Of course this complicates the problem. I need some advice. Perplexed Father Dear P.: The boy has a legal obligation to help your daughter financially and support his child. If she doesn't want his help, however, you have a serious obstacle. My curbstone opinion is this: It would be best to urge your daughter to go to a home for unwed mothers, give up the child for adoption and start life again. Dear Ann Landers: I am fed up with your cockeyed notion that "marrying a divorced man means marrying the whole pack his kids, ex-wife and his parents." I married a divorced man and I made it plain I wanted nothing to do with his disturbed kids, kooky wife and nutty parents. His three children are impossible. Not one of them even slightly resembles their father. I think his ex had some outside help, if you know what I mean. At first things were O.K. but now he's getting lonesome and wants to have them to the house. I say, "Nothing doing." Please back me up. Raleigh Dear R.: Sorry, lady, but you're fighting a losing battle Get some counselling and learn how to deal with his children or you'll lose yourband eventually. There is a big difference between cold and cool. Ann Landers shows you how to play it cool without freezing people out in her booklet, "Teen-Age Sex Ten Ways to Cool It." Send 50c in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped evenelope to Ann Landers, P.O. Box 3346, Chicago, Illinois 60654. Faulty kettles listed OTTAWA (CP) The discovery that some electric kettles release unsafe quantities of lead into the water they are boiling has prompted a review of regulations affecting a wide range of small appliances, a consumer and corporate affairs department spokesman said today. "Adults can tolerate a fair amount of lead, but our main concern is children especially infants whose feedings are prepared with boiled water. The spokesman said Consumer Affairs Minister Herb Gray hopes to have a cabinet order banning the sale of the dangerous kettles before cabinet perhaps sometime next week. He said the minister also is considering regulations affecting the sale of all electric appliances "used in the preparation, serving and storage of food." The statement made in an interview today follows the release, by the department Wednesday, of statistics gained from tests of sample kettles. Thirty-two were found to produce boiled water containing lead particle levels higher than the safe level of 59 parts per billion set by the federal health department. Only three were found to produce no lead. These tests are to be followed by others to get a better random sampling, the department spokesman said, because the 53 models already tested may not have been representative of the manufacturers' product. The three kettles found to produce no lead at all were a General Electric GE KE62A, a Toastess Caprice 725 and a Filtro K67. Those considered safe producing less than SO parts of lead in a billion parts of water included another GC KE62A and another Filtro K67, but the consumer affairs spokesman said this was just a quirk of individual sample ketties. "We could have averaged the results where we tested more than one model of the same design, bat that would have been misleading to the he said. "So we decided just to publish the straight figures." The other safe kettles were two GE models K48GW, one KE12AS, two K49GA and two K50F; Westinghouse models HK15A, HK12A and HK22W; a Sunbeam KE2SD; a McGraw- Edison EK3038B; a Toastess 730; a Vomado pre-production model 11; a Ronson 04: and a Proctor Si lex 89055. Unsafe kettles and these include different samples of models that were found to be safe were, with their parts- per-billion lead production in brackets after the model number: GE KE12AS 70 parts per billion. Sunbeam KE2SD K2Z 1.000. KESP 4.400 and Kll Samson Dominion 51752 7.100, 51752 1.800 and EK3043 McGra w-Edison EK3034B 7.300, EK3034B EK3038B 1.800, EK3038B 4.600, EK3038B 65. EK3043 516A 1.000 and 5164A 900. Westinghouse KH09A 800, HK09A 200. HK08 400 and HK10W 250. Kenmore C969-60870 2.900, C969-60870 C9S9- 60812 and C969-60812 1.000. Viking 5050 488. Baycrest K5 2.600. Jubilee 11 600 and 11 750. Vornado production model 11 450. Fillro K68P 80. K69 4.800 and K5 Model numbers for different brand names sometime refer to exactly the same type of kettle manufactured by one company under different "house" names. The consumer affairs spokesman said the stepped- up testing program will attempt to clarify this situation. Following is a list of models deemed unsafe by the depart- ment. In some cases, the same model manufactured at different times was tested. Sunbeam KE2Sd Sunbeam K2Z Sunbeam KESP Sunbeam Kll Samson Dominion EK3043 Samson Dominion 51752 (tested twice) McGraw-Edison EK 3034b (tested twice) McGraw-Edison EK 303J) (four tested, two twice, one four times) McGraw-Edison EK 3043 McGraw-Edison 5164A (tested twice) Westinghouse: HK04A (tested HK08; HKiOW Kenmore: C969-60S70 (tested (tested twice) Viking 5050 Baycrest K5 Vornado H Jubilee 11 (tested twice) Filtro K68P Filtro K89 Fillro KS ;