Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
May 1974 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD -9 Campaign review Mudslinging accelerates as candidates woo voters By THE CANADIAN PRESS Prime Minister Started the week with a whirlwind visit to New- foundland and Prince Edward Island and said leadership is the campaign's key issue. Said in Ottawa Wednesday the government stands by its policy of having parents free CAREERS Bus Drivers Required By Brnweter Transport Co. Alberta CALL 327-3258 LETHBRIDQI WANTED CERAMIC TILE SETTER Phone Calgary Collect 271-4982 Accounting Career Our firm has full time positions for young ener- getic persons interested in an accounting career. Applicants would be expected to enroll in C.A. or C.G.A. course of instruction. We offer an opportunity to earn while you learn plus a wide variety of experience including auditing and income tax. Accounting training or experience preferred. Please reply giving full personal resume and references to Box Pincher Creek or telephone 627-3233 for appointment to be interviewed. PRINCIPAL LETHBRIDGE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE The Lethbridge School District No. 51 requires a Principal for the Lethbridge Collegiate a comprehensive senior high school serving approximately 1300 students. The position will become vacant due to the incumbent's appointment to superintendent in another urban school district. The appointment is expected to take effect at a suitable date in the fall of 1974. Although firm criteria for the position have not yet been it is expected that preference will be given to candidates possessing a graduate degree in educational administration and having had some successful experience in school administration. Applications accompanied by curriculum vitae complete with names of references should be mailed by June 1974 Director of Personnel Lethbridge School District No. 51 433 15th Street South Alberta EXPERIENCED SALES REPRESENTATIVE Required immediately by Canada's fastest growing guaranteed lamp company. You will call on Com- Industrial and Institutional Accounts and offer a selection of products and service unequalled in Canada today. Our flexible sales highest rate of commission in the industry all add up to immediate executive earnings. over 50 welcome. Fulltime or Sideline. Must be able to make short road trips. Territories available throughout Alberta. For Complete Write LIQHTMASTER 2384 INDUSTRIAL ONT. CONVENTION PROMOTION MANAGER The Travel and Convention Association of Southern Alberta is undertaking an expanded program of Meetings and Conventions promotion on behalf of the City of Lethbridge. This activity will be supported by an inovative program of on-site service. THE Involves the agressive and creative promotion of the City of Lethbridge to Meetings and Convention organizers in North America. Contact with the decision makers as well as with delegates using all forms of persuasive communication. Liaison with responsible Governmental Officials at three levels and with Ex- ecutives of the City's Accomodation and Food Service Industries. THE an and aggressive in- dividual with persuasive skills who is seeking challenge and an opportunity to use initiative. This person must be able to function without close supervision as a member of a promotion and service team in the Visi- tor Industry od Southern Alberta. This person will have a variety of skills including a familiarity .with audio visuals and an understanding of Public Relations tech- niques. A professional level of integrity is essential. Is permanent after a probationary period. Salary is negotiable. Please direct resume including recent photograph and four references In strictest confidence John Ph. President intf Chairman ol KM Travtl ind Convention Anoclatlon el P.O. Box Southern to choose English or French schools for their children. Dropped into Winnipeg Thursday just long enough to announce government plans to provide more jobs in the city's aerospace industry. Campaigned in Vancouver and where he accused the Progressive Conservatives and New Democrats of contempt for Parliament by first defeating the government's budget and then demanding that parts of it be implemented. Conservative Leader Robert In a pre-campaign outing to Toronto promised that a PC govern- ment would invite retired auditor-general Maxwell Hen- derson to become an eco- nomic adviser. Officially kicked off his campaign in Winnipeg Thurs- delivering a caustic at- tack on the credibility of the Liberal government and Mr. Trudeau. Flew to Quebec Friday where he attacked the Liber- als as the party of big and organized interests who have enough financial backing to ride out the hardships of in- flation. New Democrat Leader Da- vid Called in Regina Tuesday for an independent inquiry into conflict-of- interest allegations against a former National Energy Board official. In Vancouver criticized Mr. Trudeau for at- tempting to make leadership the central issue of the cam- paign. Visited the oil city of Ed- monton Thursday and ac- cused the oil industry of using political blackmail to influence the outcome of the election. Campaigned in Saskatoon where he attacked the Con- servative price-and-wage con- trols policy and challenged the party to make details clear before July 8. Social Credit Leader Real Capuette spent the week cam- paigning quietly in his home riding of Temiscamingue. FACE STARVATION DAR ES SALAAM Thirty-seven thousand people face starvation in Tanzania's Morogoro district following severe reports reaching here Tuesday said. It said all crops have been destroyed and the population's only food supply is fish. Morogoro is 120 miles west of here. Your Druggists in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta LETHBRIDGE McCaffrey's Drug Store 11113th StrMt North 327-Z20S Thriftway Drugs r0213th Strut North 327-0340 BLAIRMORE Michael Finn Pharmacy PIMM S62-2192 CAROSTON Temple City Drugs 271 Mlln PtMHM CLARE8HOLM Claresholm Pharmacy StrMt 235-3050 COALDALE Coaldale Pharmacy 1721 20th PIMM 345-3277 COLEMAN Coleman Pharmacy Albajrm FORT MACLEOD Price's Rexall Drug PtWftt 234-MN PICTURE BUTTE Price's Pharmacy TABER Taber Drug Store VULCAN Mitchell's Pharmacy Expo '74 turnstiles clicking Wash. Expo '74 cracked the attendance mark .drawing a quarter million more visits in May's first 27 days than had been officials said. A world's fair spokesman said late Monday that unofficial estimates put the fair far over the turnstile clicks needed to reach Monday's Memorial Day in the to followed two days of record breaking turnouts. Expo vice president John Musgrave said Monday that persons went through the turnstiles the highest number since persons jammed the site opening day May 4. Another were on the grounds Saturday. Pre-fair projections guessed that persons would attend during May. That figure later was updated to Despite the extra Musgrave said it appeared that no significant housing problems were being encountered. dam centre of controversy between Ottawa and Washington WASHINGTON -The Canadian government and the United States Federal Power Commission are in midst of a dispute that hinges on the value of leaving a wil- derness untouched. Focus of the controversy is the Ross Dam in northwest Washington about 10 miles south of the border. The FPC is conducting hear- ings to decide whether the height of the dam should be raised 125 a move that would flood about acres of British Columbia. Some advocates of the project suggest that anti- American feelings in Canada rather than an interest in the protection of the environment have led to Canadian protests. a whole wave of anti-American feeling across the whole miles and we're getting the a 'Yankee-go-home' said a lawyer for Seattle City Light and which seeks permission to increase the dam's size. The lawyer refused to be identified. an axiom that falling water is the cheapest way of producing electricity without depleting he adding that Canadian fears of environmental damage are CITY DIVIDED The dispute pits the city of whose officials are split over the dam's against environmentalists seeking to preserve the North Cascades area and Canadians who want to maintain the Skagit Valley in B.C. in its native state. Electricity produced at the dam is channeled to Seattle power company and is shared throughout the West Coast. The which began in Bellingham and in were moved here last week. The Canadian prompted by concern in British Columbia over the future of the Skagit about 100 miles east of sent a letter to the U.S. state department urging that the Skagit Valley not be flooded. It followed a unanimous vote in the House of Commons last November opposing the higher dam. The letter said the Skagit Valley is of the last remaining unspoiled wilderness areas which is both easily accessible and well- suited to human and should not be destroyed for small amount of additional hydro The Canadian embassy will not take part in the FPC hear- considered a domestic but will begin negotiations if the commission approves raising the a spokesman said. British Columbia agreed in 1967 to sell the land to be but that B.C. government was voted out ol office in 1970 and the new government views the settlement as a giveaway. QUESTIONS NEED Among the chief opponents of the higher dam is the North Cascade Conservation Council. don't think the amount of power is worth the environ- mental consequences when there are said the group's Tom Brucker. The alternatives include building a nuclear power installing more machinery in the existing dam structure or purchasing power from the Bonneyville Power Administration. All have been estimated to cost more than the million required for the raising of the dam. Seattle has argued the dam will produce about 272 mega- watts of a figure con- tested by the environmentalists. Dam is a peanut said Brucker in an interview. will turn out a very small amount of power. You've got a finite amount of land and the North Cascades is a very beautiful Litho ram QUALITY PRODUCTS Instant Printing ll'jil Business Forms DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED IN LETHBRIDGE 100 ml. 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