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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, November 30, 1974 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 31 Ford, Brezhnev said seeking formula for peace in Mideast Simon refuses to tangle in oil issue WASHINGTON (AP) President Ford and Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev may have agreed to collaborate in the search for a Middle East peace, a U.S. official has in- dicated. Although the drive for a new disarmament agreement dominated news at last weekend's Vladivostok sum- mit, a U.S. official who was there suggested Friday that the Ford-Brezhnev communi- que points clearly toward joint efforts to defuse the Mid- dle East situation. The key section of the com- munique dealing with the Mid- dle East was omitted from the text handed reporters in Vladivostok at State Secretary Kissinger's news conference. White House of- ficials attributed the omission to a typist's error. An official who asked that he not be named said the com- munique could be interpreted as suggesting that the United States might favor Palesti- nian participation in the Geneva conference on the Middle East if the Palestine Liberation Organization agrees to recognize Israel's right to exist as an inde- pendent state. The New York Times quotes Arab diplomatic sources in Lebanon Friday as saying Ford and Brezhnev worked out a formula to break a deadlock in negotiations. These sources said the Soviet Union promised to try to persuade Yasir Arafat, head of the PLO, to concede Israel's right to independent existence in exchange for U.S. efforts to persuade the Israelis to negotiate with the Palestinians. Arafat was in Moscow this week. The U.S. official, while stop- ping short of confirming such a deal, said it would not be inconsistent with the language of the Ford-Brezhnev com- munique. In that document, the leaders expressed concern about dangers in the Mideast and "reaffirmed their inten- tion to make every effort to promote a solution of the key issues of a just and lasting peace in that area taking into account the legitimate interests of all the peoples of the area, including the Palestinian people, and respect for the right to independent existence of all states in that area." Herald Washington Bureau WASHINGTON U.S. Treasury Secretary William Simon Friday refused to be drawn into a growing controversy here about Cana- dian oil policy, saying that Canada has been "very thoughtful." "This has been no surprise Simon said of Ottawa's intention to phase out oil exports to the U.S. over the next eight or nine years. "Our friends from Canada have been extremely thought- indeed we try to keeping us constantly in- he said. Simon met Finance Minister John Turner for 2Vz hours here Friday. Interviewed after the meet- ing, he said the two had dis- cussed Canadian oil policy al- though the primary reason for Turner's visit was to talk about international recycling of Middle East oil profits. "We discussed some of our common Simon said. "You can hardly get me in a room without talking about oil." He said this referred to both price and supply of oil, the two issues which have aroused considerable concern in the U.S. Congress, where a number of members of the Senate and House of Representatives are urging the White House and state department to take a harder line with Canada. However, Simon, as he has done several times in the past, pointedly stressed consulta- tion and co-operation on both sides, saying that he had maintained good contact with "my good fnend" Energy Minister Donald Macdonald, who announced the export cut- backs. Turner said he and Simon had "a very good conver- sation." He did not comment on any bilateral issues discussed, but pointed out that Simon would be attending functions at the meeting next Wednesday of Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and President Gerald Ford. U.S. grocery chains announce price freeze CAREER OPPORTUNITIES NEW YORK (AP) Two of the largest supermarket chains in the United States an- nounced plans Friday for tem- porary price freezes affecting about 10 per cent of products they sell, while other retailers said there are better ways to save consumers money. The price-freeze announce- ments came from A and P (the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. Inc.) and the CAREERS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Lethbridge Association for the Mentally Retarded 1818 5th Avenue South, Lethbridge Qualifications: Experience in public relations or in the field of mental retardation. Wages negotiable. Duties to commence January 1, 1975. Applications must be in before December 14, 1974. YOUR FUTURE IS HERE. Liberia GOVERNMENT Of ALBERTA PSYCHIATRIC SOCIAL WORKER Mental Health Services, Calgary Responsible for the development, co-ordination, main- tenance and evaluation of group programming at the Calgary Association of Self Help. M.S.W. or M A. in Social Work; desire some experience in working with the emotionally disturbed. Experience with a Self- Help Group as asset. Salary to per month. Clos- ing Date: December 12, 1974. Competition Number: 9353-C-3. Information and application forms from: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 1101, JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING 620-7th AVENUE S.W. CALGARY, ALBERTA T2P OY8 Education Consultant (Multi-Cultural) Edmonton The Department of Education. Field Services Branch. Edmonton Initial assignment will be to the Compensatory Education component of the Educational Opportunities fund, involving such duties as- serv- ing as a consultant to teachers, principals and superintendents of schools for the purpose of maintaining and improving the quality of cross-cultural programs, to evaluate educational programs in schools and systems and to make recommendations for imptove.tient. io serve as a school inspector or superintendent of schools when re- quired, plus liaison with other branches of the Department, other government departments and agencies, and Native organizations and associations, as the representative for the Multi-cultural area Qualifications Preferably a graduate degree in education with inter- cultural studies as a subject area plus five years successful teaching experience and work m cross-cultural activities, a native background experience in Native education would be a decided asset Salary S18.108-S24.516 Closes December 31. 1974 Competition number M742-26 Additional information can be obtained from Mr J C Meek. Coordinator. Educa- tional Opportunities Fund (Edmonton 229-3164) or Or MR Fenske. Asso- ciate Director of Field Services (Ed- monton 229-3591) INSURANCE CORPORATION OF BRITISH COLUMBIA CAREER OPPORTUNITY CLAIMS ADJUSTERS Ttie Insurance Owporalion ol Columbia has a num- ber of openings ava'Sable for experienced ad- lusters m Norlh Cental and Interior Bnlisn Colum- bia as well as m jfae Vancouver area Inler-mediale and Senior a minimum o1 2 5 vests arc required Responsi b iH1 ies -will include 1ne mvesllcjslmq and o' complex claims m bolti ih and general insurance areas SO SALARY RANGE level Senior Level P'ease submll a cornplcle resume dslailing oxofiTience or ptione us at 665-2921 have an application 1orm serrt lo you INSURANCE CORPORATION OF BRITISH COLUMBIA ISfh Floor. Roft) 1055 Bos 11131 8.C. V6E 3R4 to Kroger Co. Spokesmen for Safeway, the third of the big- three chains in terms of sales, were not available for com- ment. An A and P spokesman in New York said the chain will freeze prices on about i.OOO private-label brand items, in- cluding bread, cheese, coffee, tuna, pasta products, canned fruits and vegetables and frozen foods until at least Jan. 1. In addition, starting Mon- day, the store will institute an "Early Warning System" at stores across the country, posting a weekly list of increases on all items seven days before the prices are changed. James Herring, president of the Kroger Co., which has out- lets in 20 states, said in Cincinnati, Ohio, that his store's freeze will extend for two months, starting Dec. 1 and will cover brand- name and private-label items, including spaghetti, cereals, vegetables, snacks and paper and household goods. Under questioning, Herring said Kroger did not intend "to play a game with the con- sumers" and said the store will not raise prices of other items to make up for losses in- curred because of the freeze. The average supermarket carries anywhere from to different products. Industry profits currently are averaging about .56 cents for every of sales, compared to just under half a cent on of sales last year. A spokesman for the Super Market Institute, a trade association based in Chicago, said freezes are possible, par- ticularly on private-label brands, because the stores "usually have made com- mitments and purchases well in advance." But some other retailers were dubious about the freeze and warning ideas. One industry source, who declined to be identified, said there were anywhere from 800 to price changes a week and doubted that A and P will be able to keep up with the fluctuations. PHARMACIST MANAGER required for WHITE CROSS DRUGS Lethbridge, Alberta Excellent starting salary, Pension and Profit Sharing Plan, Experience is not necessary. Reply with resume in confidence to: WHITE CROSS DRUGS LTD. 2343 2nd Avenue Regina, Sask. Atten: Mr. R. Seibel Royal fair objects to Loblaw beef ad ACCOUNTANT United Oilseed Products Limited requires an accountant for its crushing plant in Lloydmin- ster, Alberta. This is an unique opportunity to participate in the complete set-up and design of all account- ing and administrative procedures for a new manufacturing plant. The position will especially appeal to those applicants with imagination who wish to become involved in decision making. Applicants must have completed the 3rd year of the R.I.A. or equivalent program, or have proven experience in accounting.' Salary negotiable. Apply in writing, including resume to: JOHN W.C. SMYTHE, C.A., R.i.A. Box 68 Lloydminster, Alberta S9V 0X9 (403) 875-5757 TORONTO (CP) The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair has complained to the federal consumer and cor- porate affairs department saying that "royal beef" advertised by Loblaw Groceterias Co. Ltd. is not the beef shown at the fair and sold to supermarket chains. In a full page advertise- ment in today's Globe and Mail, the fair responds to a two page Loblaw advertise- ment in Thursday's Toronto Star. The headlines across the top of the Loblaw ad read: "Loblaw's royal beef bonanza! Take advantage of the best values in Canada grade A beef." The use of the one word royal was too much, said fair president Trumbull Warren. In its Globe and Mail ad, the fair says beef advertised in the Star and termed "royal beef" is not to be construed as beef which was shown and purchased at the fair. "The major purchase of the grand champion steer, the Queen's Guineas steer, the grand champion dressed car- cass and several hundred show beef steers at the 1974 "Royal" was made by Domi- nion Stores Ltd.." the ad read. "We're terribly, terribly hurt by this sort of Mr. Warren said. "There's going to be a hell of a fuss." He said Dominion and Steinberg's bought the top three prize steers and other prize steers for a pound. Border dispute inquiry set up OTTAWA (CP) A bill to establish a British Columbia- Alberta boundary com- mission, already passed by the Senate, was passed in the Commons Friday. It now needs only royal assent to become law. The commission would set- tle boundary disputes between the two provinces. The bill passed the Com- mons with a Conservative amendment requiring the three-member commission to hold public hearings on proposed boundary changes. The commission would be composed of a representative from each of the two provinces and one from Ot- tawa. NOW HIRING North Lethbridge Mo-Tires Ltd. RECYCLING PLANT Production Phase II We are accepting applications for full time, year round em- ployees, with or without previous experience. On-the-job training with the Most Modern Equipment In Western Canada Guaranteed hourly wage PLUS monthly incentive bonus. Wages commensurate with experience APPLY NOW 305-13th Street North or call Boyd 327-3181 Lethbridge BROS. Fora Personal Interview, call: BILL LAZARUK 323-7402 BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD. NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE BROS. Youth Program Worker Responsible for development of youth program and leadership training, special events and pro- ject organization. One-half-time position. Write stating qualification and experience to: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Y.W.C.A. 604 8th Street South Lethbridge, Alberta THE NEW BRUNSWICK ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION Requires Two (2) ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS IN THE SYSTEM PROTECTION GROUP HEAD OFFICE, With Headquarters in Fredericton Reporting to the System Protection Engineer, the Electrical Engineer is responsible for the overall relay co-ordination of the system and generating protection equipment, and provides engineering direction in the operation, commissioning, and maintenance of the System Protection and control equipment and of the generating protection equipment. Applicants must have a minimum of two years experience in related field. Starting Salary will be commensurate with quali- fications and experience. Applicants wishing to be considered for these appointments should write, stating their qualific- ations, no later than December 13th to: THE EMPLOYMENT OFFICER The New Brunswick Electric Power Commission 527 King Street, Fredericton, New Brunswick E3B 4X1 IF YOU ARE GOING NOWHERE IN YOUR PRESENT JOB You should investigate our Training Program for REAL ESTATE SALES BLOCK BROS, has consistently led the industry in Real Estate Education. Our program Block Bros, exclusive Practical Training for newly licensed Salespeople. An introduction to the basic requirements in becoming a successful Real Estate Salesperson. The Xerox Professional Selling Skills Program. A total immersion learning program. Develops professional selling skills. Employs sophisticated audio-lingual techniques. Taught only in small group sessions by fully qualified instructors. Block Bros. Professional Marketing Program. A daily program of intensive activity to acquaint the salesperson with up-to- date marketing principles and practice. SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS The Crowsnest Pass School Division No. 63 in- vites applications from interested persons for a posi- tion of Superintendent of Schools with duties to com- mence on a date agreeable by both parties. Division employs 86 teachers in 5 schools with an enrolment of Qualifications: a) A permanent Alberta Professional teaching certifi- cate. b) Five years of administrative experience in Alberta or in a school system of equivalent perience in a senior administrative position an asset. c) A degree from the University of Alberta or from a university of equivalent standard. d) Have pursued one year's graduate study in a field acceptable to the Minister either at a university in flihorfg or at a university of equivalent standard Executive Officer of the Board. Applicants should include a complete curriculum vitae with references. Closing to be in the divisional office by December 15th, 1974. For further information, contact M.P. Kowalchuk, Superintendent of Schools, Telephone: 562-2942 Applications should be sent to: Vice-Chairman, Selection Committee, Crowsnest PaM School Division No. 63, P.O. Box 568, Bleirmore, Alberta (envelope marked confidential) The Canadian Armed Forces Have employment opportunities in var- ious trade fields. We will teach you. and pay a starting wage of with regular pay increases as you progress. Phone or Visit Your dnidian Forces Recruiting Mobile At the Bridge Townhouse Motel, Lethbridge on 4 and 5 December 74 between 12 noon and 8 p.m. Phone: 327-4576 or write to Canadian Forces Recruiting Centre at 522-8tn Ave. S.W. Calgary, Alta. T2P 1E8 or visit your local Can- ada Manpower Centre. GET INVOLVED EARN WHILE YOU LEARN ;