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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta CAREERS YOUR FUTURE IS HERE. HEAD-IRRIGATION SOILS DRAINAGE Lethbridge Irrigation Division. Salary to per month. Plans and co-ordinates activities of the Technical Resources Branch for the Province including management of soil classification and irrigation solli; drain- age, seepage control and reclamation including applied re- search in problem areas; resource service to other branches. B.Sc. Agriculture or Agriculture Engineering with course work in soils and drainage, M.Sc. preferred; 5-10 years Irriga- tion and management experience. Commencing salary de- pendent upon experience. Competition Number: 4408-C-l. Closes June 13, 1973. Information and application forms from: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 1101, JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING 620 7th AVENUE S.W. CALGARY, ALBERTA T2P OY8 SUPERINTENDENT of SCHOOLS The Fort McMurray School 'District No. invites appli- catitons for the position of Superintendent of Schools, duties to commence on or about August 1, 1973. 2 Schools 77 Teachers 1500 Pupils Fast Growing Community Applicants must hove qualifications acceptable to the Minister of Education. Salary to be determined depending on qualifications and experience. Applicants shell apply in writing including complete resume of training, experience, three or more references and salary expected. Applications will b? received by the undersigned on or before June 15, 1973. MS. A. TOIEN, SECRETARY-TREASURER FORT McMURRAY SCHOOL PISTRICT No. 2833 P.O. BOX 810 FORT McMURRAY, AlBERTA TOA 1KO YOUR FUTURE IS HERE. vdlberra SOCIAL WORKERS Department of Health and Social Development, Regional Office Lethbridge involved in diversified casework in the areas of Child Welfare, Juvenile Probation Services, Public Assistance, Unmarried Mothers and other related fields. University graduation in the Social Sciences, Social Service Diploma, or an equivalent combination of experience and education; desire several years related experience, 21 years of age and have a car. Salary range to month. Starting salary commensurate with qua ificatiojwt NOTE: Purpose of competition is to establish an eligible list for future selection. Competition Number: 8111-C-4. Closes June 14, 1973. Information and application formi from: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 1101, JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING 620 7th AVENUE S.W. CALGARY, AlBERTA T2P OY8 pressure vessel inspection engineers FOR EDMONTON The Department of Manpower and labour have sev- eral excellent opportunities in the Edmonton., Alberta area, for engineers to work in the Pressure Vessel Inspection field. THE WORK: All positions offer an interesting career involving inspection work to ensure that boilers and pressure vessels are fabricated, installed and operated safely, in accordance with The Boilers and Pressure Vessels Act. Duties include service and field inspections of new and existing power plants and pressure plants, and shop inspections of new boilers and pressure vessels. EXPERIENCE: To qualify for these positions, appli- cants should have at least 5 years responsible ex- perience in the fabrication, installation, opera- tion, maintenance or inspection of power plants. EDUCATION: Senior Matriculation plus a First Class Engineer's Certificate or a degree in Mechanical En- gineering are required, or an equivalent combination of these qualifications and experience. REMUNERATION: Salary range for entrance level Is to per year. Excellent opportunities exist for advancement to full working level where the salary range is to after successful comoletion of training programme. Competition No 6003-1 Closing data June 19, 1973 should be submitted to that GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE 500 TERRACE BUILDING EDMONTON, ALBERTA _ Saturday, JUM 1979 THE IBTHWIPOI HMALD Ottawa reviews airline routes Business groups offer industrial strategy view OTTAWA (CP) No sur- prises emerged Friday as 13 business groups presented their views on industrial strategy to Industry Minister Alastair Gil- lespie and other government representatives. In a 238-page book and about 40 pages of summaries, the group made copious use of the catchwords that have become associated with the lengthy de- bate on what Canadian indus- trial strategy should be. They called for "harmo- nization" of government pol- icies "co-operative con- sultation" between business and government, "recognition of the profit incentive as central to business investment and devel- long-term stability in political and economic policies and government encouragement of research and innovation by industry. A news release said the most important single recommenda- tion of the group was: "We are looking for series of co-ordinated industrial poli- cies having an underlying em- phasis on high and sustained economic growth developed through co-operative consulta- tion with business and all levels of government before and not after policy is deter- mined." DEFINE STRATEGY The group defined Industrial strategy "as a consistent pro- gram to achieve the develop- ment and optimum co-ordina- tion of policies and decisions on the use of productive resources in order to achieve defined and accepted goals." Some of the individual views were predictable. "The fundamental goal of an industrial said the Canadian Construction Associ- ation, "is the achievement of a more stable level of construc- tion activity." The Canadian Export Associ- ation argued that export growth is of special importance to the development of job opportun- ities in essential service in- dustries. "A healthy electronics in- dustry is a key factor in Can- ada's industrial said the Electronic Industries Asso- ciation of Canada. The Mining Association of Canada said that "throughout its history, Canada has relied for its economic growth on a strong base of natural resource industries and it is clearly dem- onstrated that among these the mining industry in particular has played a vital role." HAS IMPORTANT ROLE And it was, of course, the Railway.Association of Canada which wrote that "the railway industry has an important role to play in any new industrial strategy for Canada." Other groups involved were the Canadian Chamber of Com- merce, Canadian Manufac- turers' Association, Air In- dustries Association of Canada, Canadian Chemical Producers' Association, Insurance Bureau of Canada, Machinery and Equipment Manufacturers' As- sociation of Canada, Phar- maceutical Manufacturers Asso- ciation of Canada and the Travel Industry Association of Canada. Specific recommendations to- eluded: Air Association- Shifting million dollars year of government research work to industry. Construction ACTOciatlon- Prograinming construction proj- to achieve stable level of activity; incentives for winter construction; special labor leg- islation for the construction in- dustry; prohibition of union "hiring halls." Chemical tions on imported chemical products; various government subsidies. Canadian Export Associ- of the inter- national value of the Canadian dollar; settlement of trade dis- putes with the United States; reduction of "anti-American- ism" in Canada; lowering taxes as a percentage of gross na- tional product. Electronic Streamlining government ma- chinery for financial support of innovation; inducing foreign subsidiaries to undertake re- search and development in Can- ada; having government de- partments "buy Canadian." Insurance tion of restrictions on insurance companies investments in com- mon shares; less "interference with the private enterprise sys- tem." Equipment Manufacturers- Preference to Canadian-made goods in government pur- chases; co-ordination of govern- ment policies affecting the in- dustry. Mining taxes on the mining industry; encouraging Canadian partici- pation in mining operations around the world. Pharmeceutical Manufac- patent protec- tion; tax incentives for re- search; more government fund- ing of research. Railway ing regional disparities through direct government assistance and not through uneconomic changes in freight rates. Travel promotion to get more off-sea- son tourists; recognition of the effect of dollar revaluations en tourism. HAROLD (SHORTY) KOCH AUCTION SALE Located 3Vi miles south and 14 mile east of LOMOND, ALBERTA TERMS CASH WNCH SERVED June 6 -1 p.m. Having received instructions from Mr. Koch who has sold his farm, we offer for tale at auction the following: TRACTOR 1-1HC 706 Diesel Tractor dual hydraulics, steering PTO, wheel weights, good unit. COMBINE 1-John Deere Model 96 Combine pull type, 12 ft platform, complete with pickup and reel. TRUCKS GMC 2 Ton Truck with box and hoist, new tires, good condition; 1-1947 Ford ton truck. FUa TANKS 1-500 aal. Fuel Tank; 1-100 gal. Gas Tank and Pump. MACHINERY 1-John Deere Model LL Press Drill, 21 ft. single disc type- 18 ft. Pull Tvoe Swather. built in hvdraul- ics, canvas; 1-18 ft. Noble Blade Model HC 17-200, hy- draulic; 2-IHC Rodweeders, 12 ft.; 1-Cockshutt Model 11A 15' Discer with seeder box attachment; ft. Gra- ham Hoeme Cultivator, hydraulic; 5-Sections John Deere Flex Harrows and Hitch; 1-Cockshutt 10 ft. oneway; 1- IHC Binder; 1-Flat Deck Wagon; 3-Wagons; 1-Moyroth 34 ft. Grain Auger with gas engine. BUGGY 1 Buggy, excellent condition. MISCELI4NEOUS 1-Airomatic Portable Compressor; 1-Purrm and 200 ft. hose: 1-Ton Chain Hoist; 1-32 volt Windeharger and 28 ft. Tower; Bench Grinder; Foroe and Blacksmith Tools; Anvil and Vise; Bolts, rivets, nails, etc. Good auantity of shoo too's and wrenches; Tap and Die Set; Pipe Vise and Pioe Threader; Socket sets and valve reamers; Hydraulic jackets and screw jacks; Ro-e Machine; Harris Grinders; Mills and Belts: 1 16 ft. Auqer and Electric Motor; Incubator; Electric Fencer; Quantity of grease, oil end grease guns; Chains orid extension Quantity of plywood, posts, ties and posts; Quantity of Scrap Iron. .AUCTIONER'S NOTE: Mr. Koch's equipment is in top condition as most of it was purchased since 1967. Plan to attend this summer sale... The description as to condition or otherwise as set forth en item Is merely n guide and is in no way a warranty or guarantee, aduol or implied. Neither the auctioneer or the owner are responsible for any errors in description or condition. SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. BOX 1057, LETHBRIDGE OFFICE PHONE 328-3951 COMPANY LICENSE 071465 JOE PERLICH lie. 010293 Phone 328-9772 UETHBRIDGE, AlBERTA BOB BALOO Lie. 067454 Phone 647-2201 MILK RIVER ED TORSHER Lie. 012467 Phone 545-6452 BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA TONY PERUCH Lie. 010292 Phone 32B-9872 LETHBRIDGE, AlBERTA Dandle Dimnonfs dandelion Nine week old Dcmdie Dinmont dogs Lady (left) and Crystal, dream in a deep dark dish, dandelion between their teeth, in the home of their owner, Mike MacBeth, near Stouffville, Ont. Miss MacBeth will show some of her dogs at a show to be staged 'by the Dandie Dinmont Terrier Club of Canada Sunday in Toronto. By VICTOR MACKIE Herald OtUwm Bureau OTTAWA The Canadian government is still trying to de- how to re-divide the air 'Journalism students deficient9 EDMNOTON (CP) Journa- lism students are often sadly deficient in such necessary support skills as English and writing, the directors of two Ed- monton schools of journalism said Friday. Alex Mair, head of radio- elevision arts at the North- ern Alberta Institute of Tech- noloj, and Jim Osborne of Gram MacEwan Community College, are concerned about the basic educational qualifi- cations of students hoping to enter the broadcast industry. They told the njairie region meeting of the Radio Televi- sion News Directors Associa- tion of Canada that govern- ment regulations do not allow them to screen out potential students, but the drop out rate of failure is high. Mr. Osborne said the failure rate at his school's two year course is about 50 per cent and could go higher. There was no hesitation to fail students if they didn't appear to be poten- tially valuable additions to newsroom staffs. Mr. Mair and Mr. Osborne said obtaining competent in- structors is a problem for schools of journalism. Mr. Osborne said academii qualifications are given undui priority in setting salary scales making it difficult to pay a suitable salary to highly-quali fied journalists who may no have a degree. of the world betwew Air Canada and CP-Air. The cabinet also has not jnt made up its mind on which air ine, the government owned Air Canada or privated owned CP-Air should get tbt landing rights to Milan, Italy, tbt moos learned Thursday. Meantime the tourist season is almost here and Alitalia the Italian airline, is eagerly grab- bing all the Canadian tourist wsffless it can line up, the cabinet continues to delay its decision as to which Cana- dian carrier will get the right go to Milan. Transport Minister Jean Marchand in response to ques- tions from the official opposi- tion air critic Don Mazankow- ski Vegreville said the govern- ment was not yet in a position to make a statement on the al- location of international air routes. He added there had been no decision made regarding the Milan route. Mr. MazankowsM noted there were Candian United States air bilateral discussions now taking place in Ottawa. He asked if the subject of pre- clearance for customs was a subject of top priority in the talks. The negotiations are now un- derway, said the minister. He had not made an announcement yet as a result of the talks. William Skoreyko monton East asked the trans- port minister if he could tell the house whether the govern- ment had reached a decision on the expansion of western Canada air routes, particular- ly the Edmonton Calgary link to the United States. Mr. Marchand replied "This is surely one of the preoccupa- tions of the department and is something we are trying to achieve now." GIGANTIC CONSIGNMENT EQUIPMENT AUCTION SATURDAY, JUNE 9th -10 a.m. PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. LOCATED 3 MILES EAST AND MILE SOUTH OF LETHBRIDGE ON HIGHWAY 3. TRACTORS John Deere 820 D cab, hydraulics, power steering; John Deere 70 gas, 3 point hitch, rock shaft and implement arms, power steering. (Row crop John Deere A (Row LA Case cab; LA Case- 44D M.H. MF 97 cab, (400 hrs. on over 9N Ford front end loader; Ford Major front end load- er- 560 IHC diesel (row MD IHC (row GB Minneapolis Moline 340 IHC utility gas MF diesels; power steering, live PTO. Top condition. Late models. Special In Tractors For This Sola 1-1971 Versatile model 145, Cummins V8 diesel, equippec with 4 wheel duals, dual hydraulics, air conditioned cab. 2400 original hrs. Good condition. 1-1971 Versatile model 145, Cummins V8 diesel, equipped with 4 wheel duals, dual hydraulics ,air conditioned cob. 2170 origi.iol hrs. Good condition. ______ MF tractor, power steering, hy- draulics, good rubber. TRUCKS 1954 Ford 4 ton winch, tandem low boy trailer, 1958 CMC 3 ton chassis only (New motor 1971, 18000 miles on 1957 Chev 1 ton box and stock racks. Special Features of This Sale 1971 CMC full tandem, full air equipment, 427 V8 motor, 18 ft. steel grain box, 25 ton double acting Renn hoist. This unit has been a farm unit, it has only original miles. This unit is in new condition. 1969 Ford Vi ton power steering, power brakes, radio. Explorer package, front tire carrier, rear bumper, road tank, original miles. This unit is very clean throughout. It is also in new like condition. 1965 Dodge Polara station wagon, auto, trans., power steering, power brakes, miles on new engine, good rubber. 20'x8' Stuber steel grain box 25 ton Renn hoist 1965 1100 IHC ton, standard trans, and radio. 1964 Chev ton, 350 V8 motor, power brakes, 4 speed trans., 36 auxiliary tank, power train completely overhauled. TILLAGE EQUIPMENT 38 ft. Edwards rod weeder, (Late John Deere spin type fertilizer spreader; 12 ft. Noble blade; 14 ft. IHC chisel plow; 2- 14 ft. Graham Hoeme chisel plows; 1-14 ft. Robin chisel plow; 15 ft. MF chisel plow rod weeder attachments; 11 ft. Victory blad, 13 ft. Graham Hoeme chisel plow; Several sections of diamond harrows; Several sets of crowfoot packers; 30 ft. CCIL rotary harrows; 2-6 ft. Case oneway tillersi 32 ft. 100 gal. National weed sprayer; 14 ft. Jeffrey rod weeder attachment; 10 ft. JD press drill; 3 bottom JD plow; 150 gal. Mayrath sprayer, No. 252 12 ft. Coekshutt double disc; No. 37 10 f. IHC double disc; HAYING EQUIPMENT 250 Ford baler; 620 Coekshutt baler; No. 3 MF PTO baler, No. 3 MF baler motor No. 214T PTO baler No. 46 IHC baler; 9 ft. PTO mower; Viking side delivery rake, (like 616 New Holland forage Gehl No. FH83 forage harvester TR 83 2 row corn header, (good Special Feature tn This line 70 Bale Kirchner automatic bale wagon. This unit has put up 2500 bales. It wai pur- chased last fall. MF 8 ft. 3 pt. hitch mower. Super 69 New Holland Hayliner Baler FEEDLOT EQUIPMENT Sampson grain roller, PTO drive. Hesston forage wagon and feeder box; ArtsWay No. 660 silage mixer wagon electronic scales PTO drive, trailer mount. New con- dition- 10" MH hammermill; Macleods grind- er 50 ft. belt; 21 ft. grain auger; Powder River head gate. Calf creep feeder, (like IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT Wisconsin motor pump and 300 ft. of 3" irrigation pipe; Gorman Rupp model 63AG pump, PTO drive and cart, 700 ft. of 44" pipe (no sprinkler Paramount No 3 pump 14 ft. suction ex- haust primer and pulleys. This unit to front mount on 570 Coekshutt tractor; Monarch pump and B S motor; 1 -Berkley pump SWATHERS 12 ft PTO Case swather; No. 190 16 ft. John Deere swather PTO drive double swath attachments; 16 ft. MH swather; 103 Versatile SP swather; MF PTO drive 16 ft. swather; MH No. 30 PTO swather; IHC No. 163 SP 16 ft. swather. COMBINES AND PICKUPS MH No. 72 SP combine pickup; 8 ft. Melroe combine pickup; ft. McCoy Renn pickup; 132 Coekshutt 12 ft. SP com- bine; A2 Gleaner combine Melroe pick- up. (Motor OH last Super 92 MF com- bine Melroe pick (New BEET HARVESTING EQUIPMENT Kirchner 3 row Beef harvester (Late Kirchner 6 row beet top harvester load- ing attachment, (Late model) CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT Badger Trencher. 8 ft. x 18" trench. Jay Tamper MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT Set of Edwards cultivator shovels; GE and Chrysler portable electric welder; Freeman grain cleaner, 30-22" IHC oneway pans, ton chain hoist; 150 gal. fuel tank and stand; 500 aal. water tanujKerriek steam cleaner, (oil Leland 120 volt 2.5 KVA Alternator and motor; Air com- pressor paint sprayer, 1 HP motor, winches; 2-Airplane' wheels and axe; Quantity of barrels; Quantity of log enami and chain Quantity of plastic hose; CMC renr bumpen Bolt threader; Quantity of new for IHC Hy- draulic cyl .and hoses. For further Information contact TONY VIRGINHLLO at 345-3291 or PERLKH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Box 1057 or Phone 328-3951 Uthbridge ;