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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta B.C. Superbus project probes commuter needs What's Ford of Canada unveiled the Bobcat tma in showrooms of Ford dealers. William L. Hawk- its latest entry in the sub-compact car being ms.vice-president and general manager of Ford of built at the Ford plant at St. exclus- an more Canadians ively for sale in Canada. The four-cylinder car.a will buy domestic small cars than imports and the trend version of the will replace the British-built Cor- is likely to continue. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES c Your future is here RESEARCH HORTICULTURIST BREENHOUSE CROPS Alberta Horticultural Research Alberta develops and interprets applied research projects related to the greenhouse crops industry Writes conducts short courses and acts m a liaison capacity between research groups and greenhouse operators. B Sc. in prefer M Sc eligibility for membership in the Alberta Institute of related ex- perience desirable Salary range to per month Closes. November 1973 Competition Number 4406-C-8 Information and application forms GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING 620 7th AVENUE S. W. ALBERTA T2P OY8 PURCHASING MANAGER REQUIRED BY COLEMAN COLLIERIES LIMITED The successful applicant would be responsible for inventory control and other related functions Preference will be given those applicants who have experience m mining or heavy industry. Coleman Collieries is an established coal mining company m Southern Alberta and currently pro- ducing 1 million tons a year. This position should be attractive to a man who wishes to join a broad experience of coal mining and who enjoys living in a community with ex- cellent outdoor recreational good hospital and first class housing availability. Applications should be addressed The Coleman Collieries P.O. Box Alberta TOK OMO LET'S TALK AGRICULTURAL BANKING Due to our expanding involvement in the local agricultural the BANK OF MONTREAL requires mature and aggressive Individuals In- terested in rural Branch Management. DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS A minimum of 2 years of rural Credit Union or other closely related experience. Knowledge of local farming conditions and fin- ancial requirements. An interest In rural environment and the desire to work In a progressive organization wanting new Ideas. WE OFFER An intensive orientation and development pro- gramme which recognizes your present level of achievement.. Fully competitive salaries with annual review granted on a merit basis. Full range of employee benefits Including non- contributory pension and Income security. Challenging and responsible assignments lead- ing to rapid advancement In management baaed on demonstrated ablrtry. Thote Interested may contact the nearest Branch of the Bank of Montreal or submit resume I BANK OF MONTREAL P.O. Box SM Coigevy Alberta Phone 211-MM C Your future is here Liberia GOVERNMENT OF STAFF DEVELOPMENT OFFICER Division of Services to the Handicapped. Responsi- ble to the Executive Director at Alberta School Hospital. Duties include- upgrading determin- ing training designing programs offered in assisting in course design at community colleges and and coordinating prac- ticum activities Qualifications. M.A. M.Ed. or M.S including training and experience m begaviour modification supplemented by practical related experience. Salary Closes November 1973 Competition Number 8114-1 GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE MAIN CENTENNIAL BUILDING 10015 103 T5J OH4 ROOM 500 TERRACE BUILDING T5K 2C1 CMvnH1 Chevron Standard Limited requires a SHIFT FOREMAN Chevron Standard Limited invites applications for the position of Shift Foreman at the Kaybob South Gas Processing Plant located approximately 30 miles south of Fox Alberta. Applicants should hold a valid Alberta Second Class Steam Certificate and have a minimum of 5 years experience in sour gas processing. Full employee benefits are including moving assistance and transportation. Modern housing is available at Fox Creek. Salary will be commensurate with experience. Please submit written application giving full details of education and together with tele- phone mumber Manager Employee Chevron Standard Limited 400 Fifth Avenue S.W. Alberta T2P OL7 CHIEF ACCOUNTANT REQUIRED BY COLEMAN COLLIERIES LIMITED Reporting to the Financial Controller the successful applicant will be responsible for all the Company's costing and financial reporting re- quirements. Applicants should have a recognized accounting de- signation or be in the 4th or 5th year of the C.G.A. or R.I.A. programs. Coleman Collieries Limited is an established coal mining company in Southern Alberta and currently producing i million tons a year. The area Is attractive to one who enjoys living in an established com- munity with excellent outdoor recreational facilities.' Good housing facilities available. Salary will be commensurate with experience. Applications should be addressed The Cotornon Collieries P.O. Box Alberta VANCOUVER A group of engineering students at the University of British armed cameras instead of slide are riding transit systems buses in the Greater Van- couver area photographing drivers at work and how passengers get on and off. It is all part of Project an ambitious program aimed at finding ways of transforming existing buses into more useful and appealing vehicles for handl- ing commuter traffic. The project is being carried Labrador reports oil discovery ST. Nfld. The Newfoundland govern- ment says a promising oil find has been reported off the coast of Labrador. In its weekly newsletter re- leased the govern- ment said the find was made recently by Eastern Consor- an affiliate of Total Petroleum North American Ltd. which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Compagnie Francaise des Petroles The government said first reports of the discovery were It released no other details other than to say the find was about half way up the Labrador coast. The newsjetter says to be of commercial the well would have to yield between 1.500 and 2.000 barrels of oil a day. Eastcan holds joint leases on about 13 million acres off the East Coast. The Bay bids for land firm WINNIPEG Hud- son's Bay Co said Friday that it intends to make an offer of a share for a large bloc of common shares of Markborcugh Properties a Toronto based real estate firm The company said it has not yet decided if it will bid for all- outstanding common but has decided that it will offer to buy at least 60 per cent of the shares. Campeau Corp. Ltd. of Ot- tawa announced in October a bid of a share for all out- standing common shares of a move oppos- ed by Markborough directors. Volvo slows car assembly HALIFAX One hun- dred and thirty-five workers at the Volvo Canada Ltd. assembly plant were laid off late Friday because of a labor dispute in the plant manager Gunner Jennegren said Mr Jennegren said another 35 workers will be retained for at least a week at the com- pany's car assembly plant. The manager said the plant is dependent on car parts shipped from the parent com- pany in Sweden and deliveries have been disrupted by a dis- pute between longshoremen and shipping companies here. The Herald- out under the auspices of the Engineering Undergraduate Society the same organization that backed the design arid building last year of the prize-winning Wally an ingenious small electric-powered urban runabout. The Wally built by UBC engineering won top prize in a competition among universities in Canada and the United States for pro- duction of a prototype pollu- tion-free vehicle incor- porating a high level of safety features. During the next six months or a team of some 120 engi- neering students will redesign two old worn-out Canadian car trolley buses into prototypes of a new and different transit vehicle U.S. PLANS IDEAL BUS No attempt is being made to design the ideal a project already under way in the where a number of large bus manufacturers are working on new designs under the auspices of the urban mass transit a branch of the U.S. department of transport. we're concerned about is not new but the existing says Francis associate professor in the department of civil engineering and faculty ad- viser on the project. won't be suddenly taken off the streets They should be up- dated. feel that many buses now are totally inadequate for use by a lot of people. Our basic aim is to make them more more appealing for use by The project has the blessing of the fireater Vancouver re- gional district The project was suggested by the dis- trict's transportation and transmission has Prof Navian as its chairman. British Columbia Hydro and Power which provides the transit services in the Greater Vancouver and Victoria is among organizations co-operating in the venture. The student team will look for ways to improve all passenger aspects of the com- mon including means of making it easier for elderly passengers and the han- dicapped to get on and off. They will also tackle the driver's seat to see how that environment can be im- proved Nerve gas tests out WASHINGTON Contradicting Army Secretary Howard a Pentagon spokesman said yesterday are no plans at for any open air testing 'of nerve gas in the United States. Callaway said Wednesday in Salt Lake City that the army plans such tests. But Jerry the Pentagon's chief press said is no approved plan or program within the department defence or within the depart- ment of the army at this time for any open-air testing of open-air Friedheim stressed U.S. policy is not to resort to any first use of chemical warfare agents. Callaway's remarks about plans to test nerve gas in the open air were made at a Salt Lake City news conference. VULCAN HARDWARE AUCTION SALE 1st ANNUAL STOCK REDUCTION Nov. 24th p.m. At the VULCAN LODGE HALL on Main Street Ceah ttw day of the with removal fr hi Ml btton Mr. Gordon Orr hM taatrochxl UahA fj nnv ut rwnnrare CHILDREN'S TOYS SPORTING GOODS- OoH. baaeball ftehlng and camping equipment. 1 Holiday Toa Pee. ttospe 4. GIFT WARE SMnleaa Steel eett. Corning pott and GIFT SUGGESTIONS FOR 'MR. APPLIANCES HOUtEWARE VnW 0MQ MANY MOM ITIMS TOO NUMtHOUS TO MtNTtON TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS GIANT WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE SHOP EARLY FOR AUCTIONIIM DaveMcNab OeraMTho Uc. IM. Ue.lto.Q1i impeofi ism Business Canada's Daily Consumption Aviation Diesel Fuel Heavy Fuel Oils L'9ht Heating Oils How oil is used The total of Canadian ported and barrels of oil a day. Of the Canadian 45 per cent is in the western 50 per cent to Ontario and five per cent Quebec. The eastern provinces are served by imported crude. Graph shows breakdown of Can- ada's petroleum use. RECORD SURPLUS WASHINGTON The United States had a substan- tial surplus of billion in its balance of payments with foreign countries in the third quarter of the the com- merce department reported Thursday. The surplus was a big in- crease over the million surplus of the second quarter and was only the second quarterly surplus in payments transactions with other countries in 3Vz years The department said the surplus resulted chiefly from subtantial improvement in foreign an increase in foreign purchases of U S and a favorable sw- ing in international bank tran- sactions There was a deficit of billion in the net liquidity balance in the second quarter. GOING TO EDMONTON HILLSIDE PLAZA APARTMENT-HOTEL 9730 10th Street 429-0007 422-4281 PETER WALL FARM AUCTION SALE 4 Miles East and Miles South of Coaldale ALBERTA Nov. a.m. Hiving favoured with Inatructlona from Mr. Peter who toM hit he will offer lor following HIM of Farm Machinery M lifted which It merely guide end In no way a warranty or guarantee at to condition or age and le to or minor changes you may find them the day of the aale. Caah the day of with aettlement in full before removal from the farm. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED 1-Farmall Model M Tractor 1-John Deere 14 ft. Hoe Drill Model 1-John Deere 12 ft. Rod Weeder Model 1-IHC 10 ft Spring Tooth 1-IHC 4 Furrow Plow on 1-IHC 3 Furrow Plow on 1-John Deere 2 Furrow Plow on 1-10 ft. Wooden Land Float Roller by Wall 1-9 ft. IHC Field 1-13 ft. Jeoffroy Chisel 1-IHC 7 ft. Power Mower cut less than 100 6 Sections of Diamond Harrows Draw 4-Sections of Diamond Harrows Heavy Duty Draw 2-Sections of Diamond 1- Tumble 1-Martin 1-IHC Side Delivery Late Parrallel Bar 1-Kirchner Hy- draulic 1-10 ft. John Deere Double 1- John Deere Swather on Transport 1-Bale 1-4 Wheel 1-IHC Model 46 Baler 1-Plywood Camper for Fleet 2-Tank Cul- Box 1-Roll of Snow 1-Stock Racks for Fleet Side Box. FUEL A PROPANE 1-500 Gal. Fuel Tank Wooden 1-500 Gal. Propane Tank. SHOP TOOLS A 1-Briggs Stratton 9-12 H.P. Gas 1-Acetylene Welding Outfit 1-Set of Cattle 1-Set of 8.25x 20 Truck 1-Boat 1-Swede Several Hand 4-Life 1-Post Electric 1-Battery 2-Hydraullc 1-Coal Oil Several Duck 1-Garden Sprinkler Outfit H.P. Electric Motor Garden Pump Pipe 15 Fuel Log Grease Wrenches. HOUSEHOLD 1-Late Model Chin Cabinet Doors l-Five Piece Sectional Stylecrest Chesterfield Living Room Suite Old Rose 3-Living Room Reading 2-Coffee 2-Corner 1-Chrome Kitchen Suite 1-2 Piece Bedroom 1-Chest of 1-Floor 1-Simplicity Wringer 1- Enterprlse Converted Gas Quantity of Fruit 1-Bedstand and 3-Plckle 1-Electric Hot 1-Comblnatlon Record and 1-Large Picnic 1-Bench 2 Lawn Quantity of Pots Pans Several Kitchen 1-Copper Quantity of 1-Set of TV 1-Ladies 1-Folding Picnic Table Quantity of good Household Articles too numerous to mention. SALS CONDUCTED SV HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX ALBERTA tne South by Word of ate Plum liu M MM rw rinllWf ravm w mv wvtiwi LESNMMEY FMD MMTON IWBI HAMLET ;