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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, November 1, 19.4 Veterans bill approved OTTAWA (CP) Legislation that would retroactively improve veterans allowance payments won ail-party approval in the Commons veterans committee Thursday as well as criticism that it does not go far enough Marcel Lambert West) said the bill is good but added he is "terribly disappointed" that provision was not made to remove Canadian residence requirements and that First World War veterans who served less than 365 days abroad still do not qualify for assistance. Veterans must in Canada for one year to qualify for allowances. "These fellows average about 80 years ol age he said. "The need is urgent. It would take three years before new legislation is back in and these guys are dying now Eudore Allard agreed with Mr Lambert's remarks and added that veterans are people who spent "the nicest part, of their youth defending us and just because they didn't live here we have foigotten them." The legislation would bring basic allowances up to for a single veleian UCIM the present 3161.27 and for the first time it also would provide for pdvincats to children and increase payments U does no? Keeps you in touch with a bargain Released The bus carrying the released hostages passes police guard as it leaves Scheveningen prison in the Hague Thursday. Dutch Royal Marines had stormed the prison chapel seizing the four armed convicts and releasing 15 hostages. Senate work hours extended OTTAWA (CP) Starting next week, Senate will have extended hours and the senators sometimes will be required to sit five days a week. Senator Ray Perrault, government leader in the Senate, said Thursday that the 102-seat appointed body will sit four days next week. The Senate generally meets three days a Tuesday night and Wednesday and thursday afternoons. He said the Liberal govern- ment's heavy legislative workload is the reason for the extra hours. Senator Leopold Langlois deputy govern- ment leader, said further government legislation will be introduced in the Senate next week for primary examina- tion and debate. Since Sept! 30. when Parlia- ment opened, seven bills have been approved by the Senate and another five bills which have received approval in principle are currently before Senate committees for clause- by-clause study. All government legislation, with the exception of money bills, must be approved by the senators before receiving royal assent and becoming law. Senator Perrault said in an interview after Thursday's sitting that the surge of legislative activity is "an inevitable result of the ma- jority government." The shaky political situation which existed during the 18-month minority Liberal admin- istration "created certain problems on Parliament Hill." Now, with a strong ma- jority, the Liberals can more tasiiy schedule the introduc- tion of bills "and it makes it easier to allocate the work to both houses of Parliament." Senator Perrault said. LONDON with state-owned British Air- ways have won a 16.1-per-cent pay raise in return for an agreement to increase productivity on the fligfif deck. CAREERS MOBILE HOME WORKERS Britanny Homes Ltd Lcngley B C. requires the immediate services of a mobile home electrician and finish Plumber, we are offering lop wages for the right man. if interested call JIMRIDDELL 604-534-7991 Accountant Required For sales and Service office accounting banking experience essential. Please submit details to BOX 116. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD CONTROLLER An automobile dealer in Lethbridge requires the services of a controller. Experience in the automotive industry is desirable but not essential. Candidates should have some formal training in accounting (C.A., R.I.A., C.G.A., etc.) Please reply stating present salary, to: experience, age and RUDD GOOLD ELLIOTT CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS P.O. Box 940 Lethbridge, Alberta TRAINEES A local firm of Chartered Accountants has openings for qualified Accountants and Junior Accountants The successful applicants will have some formal training or the equivalent practical experience necessary to deal with various types of accounting records Experience in the preparation of accounting records for data processing helpful but not essential Address inquiries to. The Accounting Manager Young, Parkyn, McNabb Co. 1003 4th Ave. S. Lethbridge SPEECH THERAPIST required by DRUMHELLER HEALTH UNIT Application to: DR. A THOMSON, Medical Officer of Health Box 1780, Drumheller Salary negotiable COUNTYOFWHtATLANDNO. 16 pupils; 100 teachers) POSITION- Chief Executive Officer of the School f Committee REQUIRED. January 1. 1975. or sooner Closing date of competition Nov 15 1974 DUTIES 1 Policy development in cooperation with School Committee 2 Teacher performance evaluadoi. for certification and tenure 3 Instructional leadership (directs Coordinator of Pro- gram Development) 4 Recruitment and staffing assignment QUALIFICATIONS 1 Permanent Alberta teaching certificate 2 Five years Alberta teaching experience or equivalent 3 Alberta B Ed or equivalent 4 One year o! post-graduate study or equivalent 5 Administrative experience an asset SALARY Negotiable uoon review o! qualifications 8 experience (Range S21 000-S28 000) CONTACT: J. Cotlint Meek, Superintendent of Schools. County of Whealland No. 16. Box 90. Strathmore. Alberta. (30 miles east of Calgary) TELEPHONE: Edmonton- 1 -229-3164 SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS County of Wheatland No. 16 pupils, 100 teachers) POSITION: Chief executive offices of the school committee REQUIRED: January 1st. 1975 or sooner Closing date of competition- November 15. 1974 DUTIES: 1 Policy development in cooperation with school comm iitee 2 Teacher performance evaluation tor certification and tenure. 3 Instructional leadersnip (directing, coordinating) of program development. 4 Recruitment and staffing assignment 5 Other duties as required by ths school comrnitte QUALIFICATIONS: 1 Permanent Alberta Teaching certificate 2 Five years teaching experience in Alberta or in system of equivalent standard. 3. B Ed or equivalence from u of A or University of equivalent standard 4 One year of post graduate study in education 5 Administrative experience an asset. SALARY: upon review of qualifications and experience (Range to CONTACT: J. COLLINS MEEK, Superintendent of Schools County of Wheatland No. 16 Box 90, Strathmore, Alberta (30 miles east of Calgary) Phone ;