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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD November 1173 Coleman Cdleries Limited COLEMAN. ALKRTA A vacancy exists hi our Engineering Dept. for CLERICAL ASSISTANT This is a staff salary negotiable. Typing is esential and some shorthand with some experience would be an ad- vantage. Please write for interview with brief resume. SERVICE MANAGER One of Calgary's largest automotive dealerships is seeking a young aggressive individual with proven leadership ability to take complete charge of the service operation. Attractive salary and profit sharing program makes this an interesting opportunity for the right individual. Apply in confidence Box Lethbridge Herald PUBLIC WORKS SUPERINTENDENT CITY OF MEDICINE HAT This is supervisory and administrative work with responsibility for directing and through subordinate a large work force of skilled and unskilled employees in a major group of Municipal Public Works activities These include Street repair and cleaning Maintenance of bridges and culverts Snow removal and street sanding Operation of an asphalt plant and sanitary land-fill Refuse collection and disposal A thorough knowledge of the materials and techniques of modern public works construction and maintenance and demon- strated administrative and supervisory qualities are essential to the position. SALARY RANGE to per annum Applications must be submitted in stating qualifications and experience to. PERSONNEL OFFICER CITY HALL MEDICINE Alberta c Your future is here OFFICE MANAGER Extension Lethbridge Res- ponsible for assisting the Regional Director in all ad- ministrative matters Duties include evaluating ad- ministrative preliminary budget prep- expenditure inventory in- terpretation of regulations and maintenance of such records as required Grade desire re- lated business or university considerable responsible office experience m lieu of education. Salary range to per month. Closes De- cember 1973. Competition 0007-C-5. Apply CALGARY address LABOUR STANDARDS OFFICER Department of Manpower and Labour. Opportuni- ties for permanent appointments exist in the Calgary and Edmonton offices Promotes and enforces the observance of Labor legislation. Duties include inspection of employers records and premises and the investigation of public complaints. Grade con- siderable responsible business knowledge of accounting desire experience related to labor must supply own vehicle. Salary to per month. Closes December 1973. Competition 6305-C-3. Information and application forms GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING 620 7th AVENUE S.W. ALBERTA T2P OY8 Athabasca University ATHABASCA UNIVERSITY EDMONTON The Governing Authority of Athabasca University applications from individuals qualified and interested in INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN Successful candidates will report to the Head of Instructional De- velopment and work with the instructional Development Team of the Communications System of AthabMce University in the preparation of self-Instructional materials for off-campus students. Preference will be shown to candidates who have proven ability to appiy of Instructional technology to preparing end testing mufti-media setf-lnstructional and who can de- vote the equivalent of five days per week to Instructional deetgn for an indefinite period. Applicants should have a Masters Degree ofequrvalem in training and experience in the ftetd of instructional technology. Duties to commence soon as Salary commensurate wttfi the current back- and relevant experience of successful candidates. Applications tind vttM T. C. BYRNE Athabasca University 148l9-l22nd Avenue KUVIIUIIIW TM.2W4 C Your future is here PROPERTY AGENT AND APPRAISER LETHBRIDGE Department of the Environment Evaluates property required for canal or drainage right- negotiates with landowners to purchase or obtain evaluates land assists in preparing presentations for arbitration hearings. Candidates require Grade completion of courses sn Appraisal 1 and 2 sponsored by Appraisal In- stitute of licensed as a and 2-3 years related experience. Commencing salary to per annum upon qualifications salary adjustment January Closes December 1973. Competition Number 0224-C-1 Information and application forms GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING 620 7th AVENUE S. W. ALBERTA T2P OY8 Electric car Geoffrey British secretary of state for the looks at the engine of an electric car in London this week. The car is on loan from Brit- ain's electricity council to the environment depart- ment for use by Rippon. The a converted 1965 Austin Mini-Traveller powered by eight 12-volt bat- has run over miles on has a top speed on the level of about 40 miles per and has a range of about k j miles between battery charges. Because of space taken by the the car will only seat two. TSE petitions for time change c Your future is here OFFICIAL COURT REPORTERS The Department of the Attorney General has interesting career opportunities in Grande Peace River and High Prairie available to individuals who have completed Grade 12 and have the ability to write shorthand at 180 w.p.m. The successful candidates must possess a familiarity with court room procedures to enable them to function as Official Court Reporters in Provincial Judges Court. Applicants should Indicate the location which they would prefer. Salary to increase effective January Supplemented by official tariff of fees. Closes De- cember 1973. Competition Number 7024-3. GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE MAIN CENTENNIAL BUILDING 10015-103 T5J OH4 ROOM 500 TERRACE T5K 2C1 Starting Salary Over an Hour While we train you we'll pay you a starting wage of between to per hour with time and a half for overtime. You and your family will be covered by Manitoba Medi Prescription Dental Optical Plan and Qroup Life Insurance plus liberal vac- ation schedules with pay. Rental units and housing available with subsidized loans for purchase of same. Write us today. Good physical eyesight no less than in either minimum grade eight educa- tion. Immediate openings fbr year around employment for the following either as apprentices or CUT AND FILL MINERS STATIONARY ENGINEERS DRIFT MINERS PLUMBER STEAM FITTERS TIMBERMEN LONGHOLE DRILLERS HEAVY DUTY MECHANICS INDUSTRIAL MECHANICS HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATORS ELECTRICIANS Qualified tradesmen receive between to Apply In writing giving particulars and phone number Eric Young Employment Supervisor Sherritt Gordon Mines Limited Lynn Manitoba ROB OWO T OOMDON LIMITED TORONTO The To- ronto Stock Exchange has petitioned the federal govern- ment to consider adopting daylight time if the United States switches from standard time on a year-around basis Legislation now before the U S congress would put that country on daylight time as part of a package to conserve energy. Canadian officials have rejected the idea. Huntly executive vice-president of the said it would be lor the Canadian brokerage community if the two countries had different time systems He said exchange president John Kimber had sent Energy Minister Donald Macdonald a telegram asking that the gov- ernment consider adopting daylight time if it is adopted in U.S Mr. McKay said the result of two time systems might be British blaming oil firms LONDON British government sources today blamed international oil com- panies rather than the Arab states for fuel shortages in Britain which the sources said are reaching danger levels. The sources accused the oil companies of diverting non- Arab oil to other but oil firms denied they are discriminating against Britain. Most of Britain's current supplies come from Saudi Kuwait and the Per- sian Gulf sheikdoms of Qatar and Abu Dhabi. But the sources said Britain is not getting its fair share of oil from places such as Nigeria and that the non-Arab oil is being sent by international companies to countries that no longer get Arab oil. As a they Brit- ain's oil reserves which stood at 70 days' supply only 10 days ago now are down to 65 days. The government was reported to have expressed its concern to major oil companies including Gulf. Shell and British Petroleum. Company spokesmen accus- ed the government of having been too optimistic over the supply situation. They noted the Arabs' only promised Britain and other countries continued supplies based on the first nine months of the year not taking account of ad- winter heating needs that Canadian brokerage houses would have to stay open an hour longer and brokers in Vancouver would have to start work at 6 a m to begin trading at the time New York markets open WOULD STAY OPEN LATE The Toronto and Montreal markets would be open an hour later than New York when different time systems were in effect if the Canadian markets stick to their usual business hours Corporations and govern- ments frequently wait until after the market closes to make announcements which might affect stock thus giving brokers until the next day to assess the impact of an announcement. If different time systems were in an- nouncements might be made in New York or Washington while markets here in Canada were still open Mr. Macdonald had said the disadvantages outweigh benefits of sticking to daylight time in but he has also said he is open to new evidence which might make adoption of daylight time practical 1974 DOG LICENSES will be available at the Inspection and Development City on December 1973. Any dog impounded after January 1974 will be subject to fines specified in Bylaw No. 3055. WARNING Wait Gas Fired Circulating ROOM HEATERS Model NW 20A Notice has been received from the Alberta Gas Protection Province of regarding the above mentioned appliance. In order to avoid any serious persons who have installed these heaters should contact their supplier or installer. If further information is required contact The City of Lethbridge Gas Inspection Branch at 328-2341 or The Provincial Gas Inspection Administration Phone 328-4471. CO-OP 7 to tavf ion irnu 1221 2nd AVE. LETHBRIDGE IT...CVI vt BOW ISLAND COALOfiLE PICTUIE SUITE TABEK AN AGGRESSIVE RETAIL Requires a HARDWARE MERCHANDISE SUPERVISOR Duties include advertising and inventory manage- ment for all with Lethbridge as home office. This position requires frequent travel to the applicants must have several years of related exper- ience and be an aggressive person. Full range of bene- fits will be provided. Apply to MR. R. DYKEN S.A. CO-OP Box Phone 329-0017 Canada Games Sportsplex Manager The City of Lethbridge requires a Canada Games Sportsplex Manager. DUTIES-The successful applicant will assume over- all management of and opera- tion of the Canada Games a 5000 seat multi-purpose recreational facility. S.OOO to under QUALIFICATIONS-Bachelor Degree in business Ad- ministration or related science preferred. In the successful applicant will have five years experience in related field with minimum three years experience in faculty including maintenance opera- tions. A desire to ability to meet people and make contact with potential users is a necessity. further Information and application forma contact PERSONNEL OFFICE CITY HALL Applications will not be accepted after December OMBUDSMAN Canadians who have earned the respect and recognition in their chosen fields are Invited to apply for the position of Ombudsman for the Province of Alberta. The Ombudsman Investigates representations from individuals and groups relating to any act or omission by any government department or agency which is alleged to be contrary to oppressive or Improperly and reports thereon to the Alberta Legislature. Although no discipline or academic achievement can be isolated as being these attributes are Practical experience In and a broad exposure to life generally. common physical stamina and wide experience In dealing objectively with people in trouble. 'a practical Knowledge of law and a familiarity with Investigatory procedures. A good general knowledge of legislation and regulations federal and coupled with an ability to distinguish between natural justice and legal justice. A working knowledge of parliamentary procedure. A knowledge of good business proper administrative practice and relations. A knowledge of Alberta and Its people. An ability to and oogtfflfy. Conditions of Employment 1. A Canadian citizen. 2. Salary per annum. Please address inquiries or applications In confidence r The Secretary to the Legislative Committee Ombudsman Room Legislative Building Alberta ;