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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednertay, June 19, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 39 Mideast nuclear aid to be scrutinized winners This year's winner in the Internationa! Father's Moustache Competition, Jay Nestle (right) of Broomfield, Colo., poses with last year's winner Ed Hook Sr., of Woodlawn, Md. Nestle's well waxed 24-inch moustache won top honors in the competition. CAR E E R S REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY CONTACT B. MAGEROWSKI, Manager 327-2104 Elks Club of Lethbridge require 2 COOKS Full Time Phone 327-7219 for Appointment RANGE MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST Department of Agriculture, Calgary This is professional and administrative work in range management, with emphasis on the interrelation of plant and animal behaviour and it's influence on range ecology Supervise and administer policies and orograms relating to manage- ment of Alberta range in the Foothills and Boreal areas of the pro- vince Conduct applied research programs relating to efficient utiliza- tion and conservation of Alberta range lands Analyze and extanc existing research information tc the Alberta farmer and rancher B Sc in Agriculture specialized training in range management at the Master's level preferred, with considerable related experience NOTE' The successful candidate will fill a position vacated for a minimum of two years during which time the present be seconded to C I D A Opportunities within the Department on completion of this program will be available Salary Range to S17 436 per annum Com- petion Number M641-C-4 Closes. June 28. 1974 Apply. Government of Alberta Personnel Administration Office Room 1101. John J. Bowlen B'dg 620 7th Avenue S.W Calgary. Alberta T2P OY8 GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA MANAGEMENT TRAINEE We won't stop until we find him: the man who can help us take charge of our McDonald's Restaurant in Calgary and run it like it was his very own. A successful applicant will be a self motivated individual who relates well to people, has basic business intelligence, and is willing to work hard to realize his ambitions. Candidates please submit, in writing, a detailed resume, in confidence to: McDonald's of Calgary McDonald's Restaurants 15 Lake Twintree PI.S.E. Calgary, T25 2X4 If you want an opportunity to work in and experience Canada's north NORTHERN CANADA POWER COMMISSION HAS OPENINGS FOR: 2nd Class Stationary Engineers (3rd Class Considered) (Journeymen; Lineman {Journeyman) (Apprentices Considered) Welder (Journeymen) Millright (Journeymen) FOB ITS VARIOUS LOCATIONS IN THE NORTHWEST TERRITORIES pavnienl The Thr Tales erf S-5 72 f plus a northern looal'on s-alS'v tale 1o re nrao1i3lcri m Relpcalion assistance if provided Warned and smote available at reasonable Very itinqr ber'Cli1s a-c provided including 3 weeks vacation pet yea' lr.Tne.pprtstion paid s-C'Uln each 11 you arr- iMrreclTl m any pi af-iovc PC a ir-'fr to PERSONNEL OFFICE NORTHERN CANADA POWER COMMISSION P.O. BOX 5700, STATION "V EDMONTON, ALBERTA T6C 4J8 Iraq rides boom BAGHDAD (CP) Iraq is riding an oil prosperity boom carrying its 10 million people to unexpected wealth. But where this sometimes politi- cally troubled Arab country will end up is a question. A Canadian on a brief visit here, noting the contrast be- tween modern government of- fices and the Arab bazaars, finds it difficult to develop an accurate picture of the an- cient nation, most of whose people live in poverty by Can- ada's standards despite the flow of oil cash. Although an opponent of the Arab oil embargo imposed on allies of Israel last fall, Iraq has been an adamant sup- porter of higher prices. A. H. Zalzalah. Iraqi am- bassador in Ottawa, re- marked in a recent interview that wheat prices have been raised by Canada and other countries about fivefold in the last few years. Bui the price of oil. which Iraq must sell to buy wheat, remained static for 20 years. ECONOMY SUFFERED Iraq has also suffered a stagnant economy, and prob- ably a declining standard of living for most of its people, since the coup d'etat in 1968. Jawad Hashim. minister of planning, told Canada's trade minister, Alastair Gillespie, here recently that the price of oil still is cheap in relation to its declining supply and its value in developed countries. But he added that the speed of price multiplication late last year has imposed prob- lems even on producers. Five- year plans are suddenly out- dated, and government econo- mists and their computers are working overtime to keep planning on some kind of course. The authoritarian govern- ment in Baghdad, a combine of the socialist Baathist party and former military officers, is hurrying to transform oil money into a diversified econ- omy. That means modernizing agriculture, livelihood for about 45 per cent of the people, with irrigation and mechanization. It means erecting an industrial sector from the desert up. largely founded on petrochemicals. STUDENTS SENT ABROAD Because schools cannot be built soon enough to train technicians and managers needed immediately, it means sending hundreds of students abroad ever.- year for train- inp And 11 means seeking skill? and hardware from developed countries During Gillespie's visit. Economics Minister Hikmet Al-Azzawi requested and got agreement to nego- tiate a framework for trado and investment by Canadians in Iraq Iraq nationalized its nil in- dustry in 3973 Lik? other oi1 producers, il TOW turning to The planning minister says production is being geared so Iraq "won't be 1he only coun- Jrv with all the oil at the end, bul one of the onlv ones." WASHINGTON (CP) Despite official assurances on safeguards, President Nixon's decision to grant nuclear assistance to Egypt is likely to undergo intensive scrutiny by Con- gress. Representative Melvin Price (Dem. chairman of the joint committee of the House and Senate on atomic energy, has decided to hold Hearings on the issue. Congress can withhold its approval of the deal, once the 'detailed agreements have been negotiated, if it feels the safeguard provisions are not adequate. The nuclear-aid program for a matching pledge to Israel, supplementing long- standing U.S. nuclear assistance for the Jewish been widely accepted in Washington as a means of shoring up American influence in the Middle East. But recent events have contributed to a feeling of disquiet here. Detonations of nuclear devices in the atmosphere by both France and China in the last two days have served to revive mankind's briefly forgotten fears about the malign effects of nuclear fall-out, often invisible and long delayed. Even more pointedly, India's underground nuclear explosion a month ago lingers as a cau- tionary note in any U.S. assessment now of its nuclear-aid program. Although it was Canada, not the United States, which stood most prominently behind the In- dian nuclear program, the implications have not escaped American attention. Defence Secretary James Schlesinger acknowledged Monday that the agreement with Egypt "is not wholly without although he feels the risk is "relatively slight, given the kind of safeguards that will be written." The uneasiness here is likely to centre on the volatile nature of Middle Eastern politics. While the current Egyptian government may promise not to make any military use of American nuclear aid, or even under- take "peaceful" explosion detonated by India, few observers are willing to predict that the nuclear situation would remain unchanged. Changed circumstances might place enormous pressures on an Egyptian government to renounce its agreements or a more militant leadership might oust the moderates. Israel has been accepted for some time as a potential member of the nuclear club. Sears re Bengal tiger. So why sleep in tropi heat XHTn BTU horizontal Coldspot air conditioner Cools up to 350 sq. ft. Dehumidifies up to 41 U.S. pints of water per day! 2 speeds. 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