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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, November 16, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 Canadian naval officers issue warning Arctic in danger unless army bolstered B> STEPHEN SCOTT OTTAWA (CP) Warn- ing ol possible incursions of the Arctic by resource- hungry Third-World countries and others, an association of former naval officers said Friday the armed forces should be increased to and be equipped with three nu- clear submarines The Naval Officers Association of Canada, which has about members, made the recommendation in a brief and a press statement They said in part "Aggressive economic and military policies by Third-World countries have both a direct and in- direct impact on the ne- cessity of Canada retaining control of her claimed land and water areas and the natural resources they con- tain The brief and statement contained all kinds of dire, but vague, warnings These were enhanced by com- ments at a news conference by Frank C Manchee, chairman of the association's armed forces committee which has been submitting briefs to the government for some years The association says there is not enough sovereignty protection in the Arctic A party from a Com- munist or developing country could make a landing in a Piper Cub air- craft or by submersible and stay for three weeks and then leave without anybody knowing Canada needs alliances but cannot count on the United States entirely for northern protection said the association Canada has made no for- mal declaration of ownership of all her Arctic territories and the waters around them A country establishes ownership through "ac- tual, constant, visible and notorious said the association Gordon Clarke of Halifax, association national president, said a Supreme Court decision used those words "For goodness sake lets get something up said Mr Manchee when outlining needs for more men and equipment for the forces Nuclear subma- rines could be rented if the country could not afford to buy them He warned that if something is not done there is a danger that our grandchildren will see a different map of Canada The brief talked of Third- World countries acquiring nuclear weapons and warn- ed of the devastation of a weapon fired from a sub- marine of a small foreign nation Worse, it added "In fact, such nuclear capabili- ty could be present in inno- cent looking fishing trawlers of other coun- tries The association recommended a larger armed force costing the ad- mittedly astronomical sum of 1 billion in the next fiscal year This would include 000 regulars plus another in the reserves The armed forces now total about regulars It also recommended a new civil-military port in the Arctic with an airstrip 1 where long-range patrol air craft could be based, strengthening of ships for Arctic use, and transfer of operations responsibility of the coast guard to the defence department from the transport ministry There were more recommendations, basical- ly calling for co-ordination of government efforts in the North EARLY W Town House Canada Fancy Assorted Edmonton mayor honored William Hawrelak, left, mayor of Edmonton, was invested into the Order of Commander at a Government House ceremony in Ottawa Friday It was the second and final day of the investitures for members of the Order of St. John CAREER Public Service Fonetion publique Canada Canada THESE COMPETITIONS ARE OPEN TO BOTH MEN AND WOMEN IN THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AND NORTHERN AFFAIRS, PARKS CANADA CALGARY, ALBERTA Salary to COST ACCOUNTANT Quota Competition No 74-E-53D-B Provides cost information to senior management develops and implements susidiary cost information systems prepares cost oenem analyses cost accounting and special cost reports comparative cost statements identifying joint costs developing fixed and variable analysis o' costs ESTABLISHMENT CONTROL OFFICER Quote Competition No 74-IAN-CAL-235 Salary to and consolidates manpower requirements for the 5 vear program 'orocast Estimates and Budgets analyses manpower utilization and develops projections prepares manpower variance reports nakes recommendations on proposed organizational and establishment changes conducts job analysis participates on management services improvement studies and writes job descriptions QUALIFICATIONS Good Knowledge of general manpower administration variance analysis and budgeting and evidence of and [Ob analysis studies Salary to FINANCIAL SUPERVISOR CAPITAL PROGRAMS Quote Competition No 74-E-S39 Responsip e for the preparation of an-iual estimates and long range program forecasts for Capital Procrami tors and controls the expenditures for Capital Programs by ensurmQ 'unds are available objective appraisal of the Financial reporting syMoms p'epares monthly fund control reports and Capital progress reports Develops improvements m reported data in keeping with chancing manaaement concepts QUALIFICATIONS Evidence Of abilitv to carry out budaetary control financial planninq financial analysis and forecasting REGIONAL FINANCIAL OFFICER DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN NORTHERN AFFAIRS INDIAN ESKIMO AFFAIRS EDMONTON, ALBERTA Quote competition NO DUTIES and co ordinales program forecasting and budoel nq advices Mariagement on thp 3d-n n and use of program budgeting confol- prepares -eports memoranda and or! TI and expianat ons Salary to FEDERAL ADMINISTRATOR CONSUMER CORPORATE AFFAIRS EDMONTON, ALBERTA Salary to 1 NO E 541 INCOME TAX AUDITORS NATIONAL REVENUE, TAXATION EDMONTON, ALBERTA nijr' Ts'SVon hst open 'or aud lor s, wih 1Mo opportunity 1C" to "ml ho c. I r-s. the PUdlt'tiQ Quit" comrx-i i c-n MP i AV ED 42 "-i- sue i! Mr a< snfl rtfingaet TO -r-cnflt frt rsite. T, o complofod at the third ysr pf iSo PI A s- C G r' "ajivalorft) plus ta-'r- 1 "Pf i" accounting and Canadian trad" The TOQ i 3 loffO" r' lor and mcl jd na snd analysit; 4 lon i P for (Form PSC i r pow Public or 300 ConfedorjiJion 10355 AVBOUB Edmonton 29. 1974 Appcrintmcnti m rmutt of thtM to ol Public Employment Act Proficiency In University's operating grant raised 24 per cent EDMONTON (CP) The department of advanced education has approved an operating grant of for the University of Alberta's 1975-76 fiscal year, an increase of 24 per cent over the amount committed by the provincial government for the current year In an interdepartmental letter to deans, directors and department chairman, univer- sity president Harry Gunning said the funding also "reflects a 15 per cent increase in both the formula and non for- mula grant levels, plus a significant allowance for our increased enrolment "Although the grant falls short of the amount that we had requested for next year, it is significantly higher than the amount originally awarded by the government as part of a three year financing plan in August of 1973 "It was intended at that time that the grant would only go up by five per cent, and that a no enrolment growth assumption would be made FOR SALE BY OWNER Less than 1 year old, 3 bedroom split entry 2200 square feet, approx 1680 sq ft developed baths, 2 fireplaces, developed rumpus room, carpeted throughout, carport, underground sprink- lers, landscaped, ultra large patio, large outdoor childrens area, 2 rock gardens, 20 ft diameter out- door open pit barbecue, sun deck Price includes draperies in living room, electric range built m dishwasher, gas barbecue Price 000 mortgage at 9 Present owner prepared to carry small 2nd mortgage 1402 Aspen Place Phone 329-4084 or 329-4474 Pineapple Juice 9sflQ Lalani Unsweetened Hawaiian 48 f! oz tin mM Skim Milk Pdr. Lucerne Instant Canada First Grade 3 Ib box Each Mandarins Town House Orange Sections 10 fl oz tin Savoy Smoked 3.67 oz net wt. (in Kidney Beans QSQQC Taste Tells Light Red 14 fi oz tin %J Ttrestone STORES mile alignment 1 h 3 w h r hi v r r rru f r O rr-ri it pllr t.1, r p "i T 1 q t, A "M r O f J1 m prriT 1 f 1 J We Guarantee Everything Hash Browns Scotch Treat Canada Choice Frozen Potatoes 2 II Ice Cream 700 Snow Star Assorted Ravoyrs 3 pt ctn 0 %p7 Towels Peanut Butter Truly Fine Piper Assarted Colors 180-2 ply I roll pkg Eacb Empress Homogmizid 24 M ml wt jar. Each Diced Carrots f zsq F-Dzen 2 Ib MANY MORE GROCERY SPECIALS IN STORE EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 18-23. 1974 Sales in Retail Quantity Only A CANADA SAFEWAY L 1 rVI I T E O Copyright 1960 Canada Safeway Limited ;