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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, November 18, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 Clinic to introduce community to Ottawa A Commerce Clinic, the se- cond clinic of its kind ever held in Canada, will be held in Lethbridge Dec. 4 and 5 through a joint sponsorship of six federal government departments and the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce. Chamber Manager Mike Sutherland said today the clinic will be attended by representatives from federal government departments on industry, trade and com- merce; Revenue; supplies and services; manpower and immigration; Indian and northern affairs; regional economic expansion and possibly consumer affairs. CAREERS New concept A new concept of load- ing and unloading bulk liquids from rail tank cars is demonstrated at Shell Canada's Britt, Ont., mar- ine terminal. Up to 40 rail tank cars are joined by a flexible hose, which allows loading or unloading through a single connec- tion. This new method developed jointly by Can- ada General Transit Co. Ltd. of Montreal, and Gen- eral American Transport- ation Corp. of Chicago, is said to be less costly. 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 PROGRESSIVE CANADIAN Dance Company Requires... Dance Instructors For positions in rural areas of Southern Alberta. j Must have Tap and Ballet training and enjoy working with children. Approximately 125 stu- j dents. Reply to Box 19 Lethbridge Herald JOIN OUR TEAM! Meet the public (full or part time) Free or Female Enjoy serving our satisfied publicl Call now for more details. 327-8255 Turkey production cut urged WINNIPEG (CP) 'The Canadian Turkey Marketing Agency hopes farmers will cut production by seven per cent in 1975 to reduce stocks in storage and prevent spoilage. John Tanchak, chairman of the agency, said today its of- ficials will meet with representatives of provincial agencies to discuss how the reduction can be ac- complished. Mr. Tanchak emphasized there is currently no danger of stored turkey being spoiled because frozen birds are mov- ed out of storage as soon as a fresh supply is received. The agency would prefer to see reduced production rather than have producers and con- sumers pay unnecessary storage charges, as well as to ensure there will be no waste of expensive feed for the j birds, he said. The objective of reducing production by seven per cent would involve a cutback of as I much as 30 million pounds of turkey, depending on actual production this year. Based on i 1974 quotas alone, the cutback j would amount to 14 million j pounds. 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 in 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 ihe 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 2KB 13 border ports to be closed ST. PAUL. Minn. (AP) Thirteen ports of entry between Canada and the United States in North Dakota and Minnesota will be closed in the near future. Leonard Chapman Jr.. commissioner of immigration and naturalization, told a news conference here the ports will be among 22 one-man stations to be closed along the northern border of the United States. Other northern ports will be reduced, he said. Chapman said Minnesota stations to be closed include Ely. Pinecreek and Roseau North Dakota stations which will shut down are at Ambrose. Antler, Hannah. Hansboro, Maida, Sarles, St. John, Sherwood, Westhope and Carbury. He said most of the il- legal entry into the United States is across the southwest border 38.4 per cent decline from 973 Auto sales in U.S. continue sharp decline DETROIT (AP) American auto sales con- tinued their sharp decline dur- ing the hpginning nf November, falling 38.4 per cent from a year ago figures released today showed. Sales for the period from Nov. 1 to 10 were at their lowest level since 1959, not counting the 1970 period when General Motors was shut by a strike. Sales from Nov. 1 to 10 this year were down from in the same 10 days of 1973. The percentage decline is not figured on the actual sales total but on the daily selling rate, computed by dividing the period by the number of ac- tual sales days involved. There were eight sales days in the Nov. 1 to 10 period this year and nine in the same period last year. The auto companies reported sales in October, nor- mally a strong selling month, were off 27 per cent from the year before and dropped to their lowest level in a decade. American Motors reported the sharpest decline for the period, with sales off 53.7 per cent to units. GM said its sales of cars for the period, down from the year before, were at their lowest levels in 10 years, not counting the strike hampered 1970 period. Ford Motor Co. said its period sales fell 27.9 per cent to units, and Chrysler Corp said sales dropped 33.9 per cent to For the calendar year to date, industry sales were down 22.1 per cent to compared with in the same 1973 span. GM was off 27.5 per cent for the year, Ford was down 15.8 per cent, Chrysler was off 19 per cent and AMC was down 10.5 per cent Federal cabinet to meet Nov. 23 OTTAWA (CP) The federal cabinet will hold an in- formal meeting Saturday, Nov 23, in a country house in Gatineau Park, Que., about 15 miles north of Ottawa. An announcement from Prime Minister Trudeau's of- fice said the one-day session in O'Brien House, owned by the National Capital Com- mission, will be attended by the full cabinet A similar meeting took place last year. COME SEE THE BIG DIFFERENCE IN SMALL CARS FROM PLYMOUTH Valiant Duster Cricket HERE More elegance, to satisfy your desire for luxury in a compact car Valiant Brougham has vinyl roof, colour-keyed wheel covers, hood ornament, dual body side point stripes HERE Living room comfort for five Valiant Brougham interiors with hand- some appointments, rich suede-like cloth upholstery with the look and feel of fine furniture. HERE Cricket has automatic shift, or completely synchronized four-on-the- floor And adjustable steering wheel And fully reclining bucket seats HERE Cricket wagon rear seat goes down for over 58 cu ft cargo space, goes up to provide travelling room for five. HERE Built in Quiet Package makes Valiant Brougham one of the quietest on the road, and that includes the big cars HERE Valiant Brougham engine choice of 225 Slant Six and great 318 V8 Super options like power disc brakes, air condition- ing, sun roof on 2 door hardtop only, fuel pacer. HERE Every North American built Plymouth has big car ride, smoother and quieter than ever with unibody construction and torsion bars. HERE Every North American built Plymouth has unique electronic ignition for sure starts in ony weather. Practically maintenance free. And here, of your Plymouth dealer whose small car know-how inside and out, has helped make Valiant Canada's No. I selling compact! PLYMOUTH'S HERE Duster has the sporty good looks you want, yet seats five in comfort. And the engine you want famous 225 Slant Six gas miser, 318 360V8 powerhouse. i CHRYSLER GOT YOUR SIZE FOR 75 NOW HERE'S THE CLINCHER! New 12 month unlimited mileage warranty It's going to take better cane of the people who buy our cars. For the first 12 months of use, any Chrysler Canada Ltd. dealer will fix without charge for parts and labour, any part of our 1975 passenger cars we supply (except tires, which are covered by the people who make them) which proves defective in normal use, regardless of mileage. Special policies and programs include the replacement of selected items such as brake linings, shock absorbers, tail- pipes and mufflers should they wrai nut i'i normal use during the first twelve months. Participating dealers will supply a leaner free of charge. The warranty period for police cars and taxis is twelve months or twelve thousand miles tvhichever occurs first Visit your local Chryskr Canada 1 td dcolri for 'ompletc details Gran Fury Fury Valiant Duster Cricket DodgeTrucks ;