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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Juni 7, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 31 Storm abates over B.C. act VICTORIA (CP) The storm blustering around British Columbia's proposed Public Officials Disclosure Act finally abated last week when Attorney-General Alex Macdonald came up with some amendments. But before the dust settled, a couple of mayors and a handful of aldermen had thrown in the towel rather than tell all about their financial assets. The legis- lation will require elected pro- vincial and municipal officials and some public employees to file written statements twice a year disclosing their financial interests Candidates seeking public office will also be required to make their affairs public. Mr. Macdonald says amend- ments to the act will still "let the sunshine but most public officials are no longer afraid of getting burned. The amendments change the effective date of Bill 85 to Sept 1. and wipe out the contentious audit requirement that would have forced officials to file twice-yearly audited financial statements of companies in which they owned 30 per cent or more of the voting shares. "I'm only sorry some re- signed before the says Ross Marks, Union of B.C. Municipalities president, who spearheaded the campaign against Bill 85 in its original form. Mr. Marks, mayor of 100 Mile House, now believes that most of those affected can live with the amended legislation. Many claimed that the re- quirement for semi-annual au- dited statements of companies would be financially prohibitive for smaller businesses, would be unfair to business partners uninvolved in public life and would provide a definite advantage to their business competitors. Mr. Macdonald agreed to drop the requirement of a de- tailed profit and loss statement. But all elected officials and public employees serving on government the exception of courtroom are still required to file the names and natures of the companies in which they hold 30 per cent or more of the voting shares, plus the shareholdings, land and subsidiaries of those companies. Failure to comply could bring a fine of up to The attorney-general met another .UBCM beef by bringing in an amendment requiring that candidates for public office disclose their financial interests as well. This would eliminate any unfair edge new candidates might have over incumbents running for office. The only substantial change sought by the UBCM which Mr Macdonald did not meet was the request that disclosure files be kept in Victoria rather than at municipal offices, where they would be available to anyone who wished to see them. "But there are no major problems says Mr. Marks. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Bus Drivers Required By B re water Transport Co. Banff, Alberta CALL 327-3258 LETHBRIDGE Typist With knowledge of general office procedure re- quired immediately to assist m accounting department. Plese contact undersigned for interview. Phone 328-3311 Mrs. Chris A. Chaki CHEC Radio BUSY LINCOLN-MERCURY DEALERSHIP Located on the shore of Lake Ontario, 30 minutes drive from Toronto or Hamilton NEEDS A Mechanics Mechanic Foreman If you are thinking of moving to Ontario we invite you to write us. Participation in moving expenses con- sidered. Address your letter with brief resume to: TERRACE MERCURY SALES LTD. 814 Guelph Line, Box 640 BURLINGTON, Ontario L7R 3Y5 Secretary Shorthand Typing Pleasant Personality Contact G.DRINKELL International Harvester Sales Service 304 Stafford Drive Lethbridge 327-3125 A local manufacturer of Mobile Homes requires a Chief Accountant Responsibilities will include Accounts Payable. Financial Statements. Payroll and other related Accounting -Functions as well as supervision of related departments. Applicant should have a working knowledge of the above mentioned items. Company offers good fringe benefits including Medical coverage, Life Insurance. Long Term Disability and Paid Vacations. Please reply in the strictest confidence, out- lining education, experience, salary require- ments, etc.. to Box 760 Lethbridge, Alta. Attn.: Controller THE SKY'S THE LIMIT! Earn as much as per month. If you're a top-notch salesman, have some knowledge of advertising, own a late model car, and are bond- able, we are an expanding, local company interested in talKing to you. Only self-starters need apply by sending resume to Box 88, Lethbridge Herald Office Manager Required for local agriculturally oriented business. Duties will include the complete accounting function and financial reporting to the genera! 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. TRADESMEN WANTED! (Male or Female) North Western Pulp Power Ltd. Hinton, Alberta Electrician Applicants should be in possession of Alberta TQ ticket. Good working conditions and advanced employee benefit programs available. Hinton is a modern growing town, fifteen miles from Jasper Park east boundary, with good housing and schools. Submit confidential applications to: L. J. OLD Personnel Safety Supervisor-Mill North Western Pulp Power Ltd. Hinton, Alberta TOE 1BO IS EXPANDING Why Not Grow With Us? We have openings for MANAGERS and ASSISTANT MANAGERS If you have initiative and can accept a challenge aoolv to: MRS. McN ALLY Downtown June 7th College Mall June 8th PRODUCTION MANAGER REQUIRED Automotive Rebuilding Plant Responsible for total plant co-ordination of labor and materials for mass pro- ducing finished goods. Mechanical sup- ervisory capabilities necessary. Service, machine shop or Engineering back- ground preferred. Salary open. Contact either: MR. SIMMONS or MR. TENNANT CONCORD INDUSTRIES LTD. 287-2090 HAPPY IDEAS FOR PRICES EFFECTIVE FRI. and SAT. JUNE 7th AND 8th HIKE THEIR FRIENDLY ATTITUDE WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CENTRE VILLAGE IGA I MARTENS' IGA 13th St. N. LETHBRIDGE COALDALE TABLERITE CANADA GRADE 'A' STEER BEEF UllUUlV 0 I Eft IV Boneless-1" thick for BBQ.ib. TABLERITE CANADA GRADE 'A' STEER BEEF CROSS RIB ROAST TABLERITE LITE PORK LOIN CHOPS. Boneless. Ib. PURITAN TOMATO OR VEGETABLE SOUP 10fl.oz.tin REGULAR GRIND NABOB COFFEE 2 Ib. net wt. pkg. KRAFT PEANUT BUTTER 48fl.oz.tin PHASER VALE FROZEN STRAWBERRIES ROYAL LUNCH MEAT IZoz. netwt. tin PACIFIC EVAP. MILK 16fl.oz. tin CHEF'S PRIDE KRAFT DINNERS 15fl.oz.pkg. 6 varieties FRESH FROM OUR IN-STORE BAKERY CENTRE VILLAGE IGA Phone 327-0353 ASSORTED LOAF CAKES Mix or Match PLAIN CINNAMON SUGAR DON UTS 2i99 2 CALIFORNIA CANADA No. 1 NEW POTATOES Ib. CALIFORNIA CANADA No. 1 STRAWBERRIES 20oz. nitwl. biskel ARIZONA FRESH LEMONS 0 0 MCtl 19 69 10 0 0 0 ;