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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta BONN PETRAK Manpower counsellor JIM MATHESON DOREEN ONOFRYCHUK Manpower counsellor Manpower counsellor DOUG TODD Manpower counsellor WILF MASS Manpower counsellor Pair heads local CMC management team Prank Besplug and Jim Ksmashiro form the manage- ment team at Lethbridge Can- ada Manpower Centre. Mr. Besplug is manager, while Mr. Kaiiiishiro is senior manpower counsellor. Mr, Besplug. 41, was born end raised on a farm near Pre- late, Saskatchewan, about 135 Grants for Almost Canadians re- ceived grants under the Can- ada Mobility Pro- gram in 1970 71, according to the Department of Manpower and Immigration. Total cost was more than The federal government program was introduced in 1967. miles northeast of Medicine Hat. In 1350, after he finished high school, his family moved to Redcliff, Alberta. That fall he entered the Saskatchewan Teachers College in Moose Jaw. For the next two years, he taught school at Milestone and Caron. In 1953 Mr. Besplug moved back to Redcliff and taught in Medicine Hat for three years. In 1956 he joined the National Employment Service, predeces- sor of" the Canada Manpower Centre, at Medicine Hat and stayed there until January, 1963, when he was promoted to supervisor of the employment branch at Moose Jaw. In October, 1966, Mr. Eesplug was promoted to manager of the Portage la Prairie Canada Manpower Centre. He remain- ed there until April, 1970, when he moved to the Lethbridge CMC. Mr. Besplug is married, with Training assistance During 1970 71, Ca- nadians received occupational training or academic upgrad- ing under the Canada Man- power Training Program. Total cost was about MORE CENTRES This summer, the Depart- ment oC Manpower and Immi- gration has opened 137 Canada Manpower Centres for students compared with 110 offices in 1971. four sons, aged six to 16 years. He Is interested in curling and other sports and is a member of the Chamber of commerce and the BPO Elks as welL Mr. Kanashiro, also 41, was born in Vancouver and moved to Alberta in 1942 when he was 11 years old. He finished high school in Coaldale and worked on a farm in the area for a year. Many placed In 1970 71, some Canadians used Canada Man- power Centres in order to find work. Canada Manpower coun- selors helped place about 000 workers in employment, tte Department of Manpower and Immigration reports. He moved to Lethbndge he worked in the retail grocery business for five years. Mr. Kanashiro then worked for seven years as an engineering technician in Lethbridge, Cal- gary and Edmonton. In 1962 he joined the National Employment Service, prede- cessor of the Canada Man- power Centre, in Lethbridge as an employment officer. Six years later he was pro- moted to his present position ot senior counsellor at the Leth- bridge CMC. Mr. Kanashiro is married with six children. He is inter- ested in golfing, curling and bowling and was active in se- nior baseball. He is a member of the Food Service Advisory Committee at the Lethbridge Community College. "Good response." D. W. Purdy, General Manager ol Canadian Sugar Factories Ltd. "We have factories in Taber, Picture Butte and Raymond, as well as the central office in Lethbridge. With more than 390 offices from coast to coast, Canada Manpower Centres have the kind of coverage that can help us find employees with special skills when we need them. When we need service and call on our Canada Manpower Centre, we always get good Your Canada Manpower Centre is here to help you. 419 Seventh St., Lethbridge, Alta. Canada M.npow.r FRANK BESPLUG CMC manager JIM KANASHIRO Senior eounscllof ;