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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, November 16, 1974 Brave Albertans get medals Karen Rausch, 14, and David Hockett, 13, both of Fort Saskatchewan, Alta., received the St. John silver lifesavmg medal at a Government House in- vestiture in Ottawa for their courageous efforts in saving a five-year-old Saskatchewan boy who fell through the ice-covered water of the North Saskatche- wan River last March. After the ceremony, the two Albertans talked with Mme. Leger, wife of Governor- General Leger. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES LOOKING FOR AN EXCITING CAREER? CONSIDER A CAREER WITH TREASURY BRANCHES OF ALBERTA We offer you: A comprehensive training programme combining classroom instruction with on-the-job training leading through Branch Administration to Management. Advancement limited only by your ability and desire to succeed Fully competitive salary and benefits programme Our present commencement salary is per month. Desired Qualifications: High School graduates, preferably with some work ex- perience; however, this is not essential. An interest m people and a desire to be involved in a financial organization whose business has doubled in the last two years. If you are interested in such an opportunity and feel that you have the necessary qualifications, contact the Manager of your nearest Treasury Branch or write to: Mr. Terry Semeniuk, Personnel Officer Office of the Superintendent Treasury Branches of Alberta P.O. Box 1440 Edmonton, Alberta. T5J 2N6 HELP WANTED! HARDWARE SUPERVISORS Capable of assuming full responsibility in one of our Hardware Departments Farm hardware background as asset though all experienced applicants will be considered Openings throughout Southern Alberta IN RETURN WE OFFER: An excellent starting salary for qualified personnel A full range of staff benefits An excellent opportunity for advancement. Provide a complete resume and reply to: Box 148 Lethbridge Herald The University of Lethbridge Invites Immediate applications for the position of FIELD COORDINATOR for a pilot oroject in Cooperative Studies m which students will engage In off-campus field work for academic credit In partial fulfill- ment of degree requirements 'n Arts and Science and Education The Field Coordinator is to assist and be responsible to the Project Coordinator for the counselling, placement and subsequent supervision of students participating in work field experiences. The Field Coordinator will also be responsible for the establishment of potential cooperative studies work field experience opportunities with business, industry commerce and other appropriate agencies or institutions DESiREABLE QUALIFICATIONS The Field Coordinator should have a graduate degree in applied sciences, engineering or related disciplines with some practical ex- perience in the business or commercial areas It is essential that ttvs person possess a sensitivity and appreciation for the values of an undergraduate hberal arts university and be able to function comfortable within such an environment This person should be able to relate to undergraduate students from a multiple of academic disciplines and interests The position of Field Coordinator is a term appointment and has been designated "administrative-professional" as defined in the handbook developed by the university for such categories Salary and other terms of appointment will be commensurate with quali- fications and experience Deadline for Applications November 22. 1974 Mail applications with supporting documentation to' DR. E. Webklng, Coordinator Cooperative Studies The Unfverstiy of Lethbridge 4401 University Drive, Lethbridge, Alberta T1K3M4 DO YOU WANT TO BECOME A PROFESSIONAL? What does it take? TRAINING Not only to begin but to continually upgrade SECURITY Our average saleman's earnings are the highest in the industry MANAGEMENT Not managers who compete for sales bui assist EXPERIENCE The opportunity to work with the leading salesmen m the industry FINANCING Unlimited financial resources to help your client buy what he wants to buy MARKETING TECHNIQUES All of the best resources to give maximum ex- posure of you client's home in the market place For more Information and a interview BLOCK Contact R BLOCK BROS. NATIONAL EAL ESTATE SERVICE LTD. New deal urged for universities OTTAWA (CP) The dis- tribution of federal funds to universities should not depend on provincial decisions, the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) said Friday In a wide-ranging brief, the association said the federal government should have more control over the distribution of its funds for universities. Currently, the money goes through provincial education departments. An association spokesman said the CAUT will base recommendations to the government on the brief. The policy statement was adopted by the CAUT board at a meeting Friday. "The institution of formula financing, although it was pro- claimed as a means of protecting the freedom of un- iversities, has clearly become a weapon with which provin- cial governments may control university the association said. Under the current formula. adopted in 1967 and due for re- newal in 1977, federal financ- ing of general university ex- penses is channelled through provincial governments. The brief recommends that the federal government take a more active role in determin- ing the division of federal funds. It suggests returning to a formula similar to the pre- 1967 plan for making federal contributions directly to students. Under a third proposal, an arrangement could be made to funnel the money through the provinces, but according to a federal formula, the report said. However, in Quebec's case, the report says the provincial government should continue to play a major role in the direction of university expen- ditures The CAUT represents more than faculty members at 54 colleges and universities across the country. Under the current cost- sharing formula, the provinces are promoting their the administration of post own narrow interests at the secondary education, the expense of national goals in report says abortions performed OTTAWA (CP) More than therapeutic abor- tions were performed in accredited hospitals in Canada during 1973, more than 12 per cent of the number of live births, Statistics Canada reported Friday. The abortions reported for Canadian residents was an increase of- about over 1972, and represented the smallest year-to-year increase since the Criminal Code amendments in 1969 per- mitting an abortion in an approved hospital when a mother's health was endan- gered. British Columbia had the highest number of therapeutic abortions as a percentage of live births with 27 per cent. Ontario had 18 per cent while Quebec, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland all had less than four per cent. Abortions in Canada as a percentage of live births is lower than in many other developed countries, including the United States. The U.S. had 18 abortions for every 100 live births in 1972, Statistics Canada reported. Hungary has one of the high- est rates, with 122 abortions for every 100 births in 1972. The figures do not include the suspected thousands of abortions performed each year on Canadian women in special abortion clinics in Canada and the United States. World sugar stocks low LONDON (AP) World sugar stocks are dangerously low, a leading London sugar brokerage house said today. C. Czarnikow Ltd. was commenting on figures just released by F. 0. Licht, the West German sugar market analysts, that world supplies have slumped to 15V2 million tons, enough for only 10 weeks' normal con- sumption. Normal stocks should be around 20 million tons, that is about 12 to 13 weeks' a Czarnikow spokesman said. "As soon as they fall under that level prices begin to rise." As he spoke, December futures rose a ton on the London sugar market to reach or 61.15 cents a pound. The London daily price, a yardstick for imported sugar to Britain, was up to a ton. The Czarnikow spokesman said a 3.8- per-cent expansion in sugar production is needed every year in order to satisfy con- sumer needs. Since 1972 it was slowed and next year's forecast of 81 million tons, almost the same as this year's, means more belt- tightening The spokesman said about three million tons of refined sugar are needed on top of the 81 million tons forecast for the 1974-75 season to get the world out of the sugar crisis. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Use Lethbridge Herald CAREER ads to get the help you need! YOUR FUTURE IS HERE. Liberia GOVERNMENT Of ALBERTA ACCOUNTANT Required for Automobile Dealership in Lethbridge, Alberta. Responsible for preparation of monthly Financial Statement, Payroll, Budgets and other related functions. Fringe benefits include Company Vehicle. Please send resume to: P.O. Box 1180 LETHBRIDGE HEALTH SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT YOUTH ASSESSMENT CENTRE LETHBRIDGE The new Youth Assessment Centre, Lethbridge, of- fers several positions within its modern and progres- sive assessment program. The Centre is a secure coeducational, residential facility for children, and deals primarily with juvenile offenders awaiting court hearing and transfer to other programs. Additionally, some repatriation to other institutions will be done. Assessments are based on the Rehabilitation Coun- sellor's reports, testing from Mental Health Services and Educational Assessment. A child's length of stay is thirty (30) days or less. The unit provides security for those children requiring same. The focal point of the Centre is assessment for future placement and the development of a team approach with the Super- visor, Rehabilitation Counsellor, Houseparent, and community resources. Rehabilitation Counsellor III The incumbent m this position will be responsible for the implemen- tation, direction, and control ot the assessment orogram. and the supervision of a staff of five (5) Rehabilitation Counsellors I and one il) Houseoarent Requ'res a University degree in one of the social sciences or a Commim.ty College dipioma .n delinquency plus at least 3-5 years sunervisory experience n a d redly reia'ec field of endeavor range ;o 532 cer depend- ing upon Please ouote competition numbe1" 3105-L-1 This competition will close Novetiber 26. 197-1 Rehabilitation Counsellor I (5 Positions) As members of a team and under the d-rect'on of a Rehabilitation Counsellor ill incumbents will be involved in ihe direction guidance and management of students living m residence Must be wl'tna 'G work shifts Requires a Tunmum of Grade 12. supplemented by re- lated course at the post-secondary level and experience m workmq with delinquent and youth groups Salary range to S9792 per annum depending upon qualifications Please quote com- petition number 8T03-L-1 This competition will close November 26. Houseparent I irtobmbc'V -i ih's DOS on I) be responsible to mee' ihe needs and serving n' no -i-i orrf'J' nq of G'OC-CT iriU'dry 3rd w ih olfer Vs'f in smg 31 1 mt arid 31 tirnes 11 edu- cgVori plus course m several yea" of ex- Sa'arv 'anpe S71-HO ID per annum depended upon qualification1; quote competition number 9165-L-l This C9m- pelilior will TOtvomber ?6 1974 Application Formi may be obtained from Administration 500. Terrace Bldjj Edmonton T5K 2C1 Centennial Btdg "O015-I03rd Edmonlon T5J OH4 Boom 1131. J J. Aye. S.W.. Calgery 72P 3Y8 401. BIdg 740-41h Ave So., lolhbririge T1J ON9 BILLLAZARUK 328-7402 GRiSAK 328-2266 evenings Comoelitiot, City of Lethbridge Streets Engineer The City of Lethbridge requires a Streets Engineer, who will be responsible for the administrative and engineering functions of streets, lanes, side- walKs, curbs, gutters, traffic and parking. SALARY: To S20.000 per annum (1975 salary under review) dependent on qualifications and experience QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering with a minimum of two years experience m traffic and highway design and construction, and be reg- istered or eligible for membership in the As- sociation of Professional Engineers. Geologists and Geophysicists of Alberta. Please direct confidential inquiries, with an outline of experience and personal data, to the Personnel Superintendent. City Hall. Lethbridge. Alberta. Applications will not be accepted after November 25. 1974. 1o GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 401. PROFESSIONAL BUILDING 740-4111 AVENUE SOUTH LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA T1J ON9 NAME ADDRESS CITY PROV POSTAL CODE COMP MO The Alberta School Trustees Association applications for the positions of EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT (Labour Relations) The Assistant reports directly lo ine Direct- cf Economic SsTv.ces 3tn3 will be pnmaTijy concerned wi'b sucfi as co-ordiration ard Guidance of labour and personnel relations pTpQiams ass'S'ance to school boards with respeci IQ neaoiiai ariglyS'E o' collective? aoreemenls and assessment and aralion economic data for neQOl'a" OTIS Tbe successful candidate will iri 'giaour person noi pnt 3 0' ed'-caliongl _ ip f V H Ofcni'v '0 3Cl rVTJ' arr municate wrth and aoDP'' c ais under sign dm a pi ibo dvnarnirc. pf oiibli; Icrmal training in eco-Qrrncs cprr bus ad- EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT (Education Administration Services) ,.r 1 "-fill D t-l IT nQ UVlh n'r.rj V r 1r> nr.r.cnl a-'H ar' 'Cm and w I 1'f si'M f On' ifr. rind he ad PC) K, 1 1074 to Dr. Lowell L. Williams, Executive Director Alberta School Trustees Association 311 Royal Alex Place 10106-111 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta T5G OB4 ;