Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 21

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 30

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta CAREERS REGIONAL DIRECTOR NORTHERN ALBERTA Alberta Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Commission Responsible for the implementation and coordination programs pertaining to the prevention and rehabilita- tion of alcoholism and the abuse of other drugs. Assesses community needs and attempts to implement them into community programs. Assists communities to identify resources available to them within or outside their community. Supervises Commission staff who are situated in five different locations within the Northern Region. Initially the successful candidate could reside in Ed- monton, however will eventually be required to relocate in Northern Alberta. Salary per annum. University graduation specilization in sociology or psychology and considerable related experience or a combination of experience and education. Apply Personnel Office, Alberta Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Commission, 9929 103 Street, Edmonton, Alberta. Please quote competition no. AADAC Competition Closes November 2, 1973. Research Assistant role will be to work with a team of psychologists, social workers and community organizers the effectiveness of a radical new approach to community development and mental health. This consists of selecting, training and supporting a network of lay counsellors in their own community. Statistical and computer processing skills are needed. Encouragement will be provided for the pursuit of the assistant's own research interests which may be part of work toward higher uni- versity degree. The salary will be in the area of Application should include a personal resume, a description of their statistical and computer skills and brief statement of their philosophy of personal and social change. For applications and enquiries: Executive Director, Centre for Personal and Community Development, 1120 7th Avenue South Lethbridge. Telephone 327-5724. TOWN OF ST. PAUL REQUIRES A PARKS AND RECREATION SUPERINTENDENT LOCATION: St Paul is 130 miles East ot Edmonton Situated in a Parkland area in a mixed farming district, it has excellent rec- reation facilities to complement the natural hunting, fishing and camp- ing area surrounding this community POSITION: The applicant will be responsible for carrying out ad- ministration policies established by the St. Paul Recreation Ad- visory Board The co-ordination of human and physical resources, recreational and cultural programs will be major responsibilities of the Superintendent QUALIFICATIONS: The applicant must have the ability to admin- ister and co-ordinate a varied program and make full use of the voluntary talents available within the community. Training and experience in the recreation and administration fields will be con- sidered in the selection SALARY: Negotiable Depending on applicant's qualifications A more complete prospectus of the position is available from the St Paul Recrestion Advisory Board. Applications should be Submitted on or before October 29. 1973 To: Chairman, Ray Kotowich ST. PAUL RECREATION ADVISORY BOARD, P.O. Box 466 St. Paul, Alberta TO 3AO Canal crossing landmark in warfare Friaay, octooer if, THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD CAIRO (AP) The secret night-time tank crossing de- scribed by U.S. Army Secretary Howard Callaway as a landmark in modern war- fare was the result of six years of practice using scale models of the Suez canal and the Israeli defence line on the east bank. "During the past six years we conducted 300 experiments to overcome the waterway and the Bar Lev line and assault the strong points" of the Israeli defence line, says Maj -Gen. Jamal el Din Mohammed AH, an Egyptian military spokesman. The full-scale models are being kept in a secret place, Ali told reporters Thursday as he recounted some of the diffi- culties in breaching the Bar Lev line. In San Francisco, Callaway said in a speech Wednesday that the Egyptian crossing in the face of superior Israeli air power was an event that will change military strategy. MAJOR ACHIEVEMENT Callaway said it was the first time in modern history that such a major waterway crossing had taken place in the face of superior air power without the assaulting country losing some of its own air- craft Many strategists have con- cluded that the key to the Egyptian assault was the Soviet ground-to-air missiles which are reported to have taken a heavy toll in Israeli fighters. Callaway said that if the crossing was accomplished with the use of sophisticated missiles, changes will have to be made in military strategy. The fortified Bar Lev line was built by the Israelis after they swept over the Sinai peninsula and the east bank of the Suez during the six-day 1967 war. FAST CROSSING The Egyptian crossing, which apparently took the Israelis by surprise and threw them off balance, was ac- complished in only six hours, President Anwar Sadat told the Egyptian National Assembly Tuesday. He described it as "one of the most glorious days of history." Gen. Ali said every military commander should have full- scale models of obstacles for training purposes He said Egyptian soldiers discovered pipes at each of 30 strong points on the Bar Lev line and suggested these pipes were designed to spew "fire streams" at assailants from the west bank. The pipes, leading into the canal, were connected to tanks in the strong points fill- ed with "inflammable he said. DETAILS UNCLEAR He did not make clear whether the Israelis actually used these devices to counter the Egyptians. Other points he made about the crossing: Bar Lev line was "one of the most formidable defence lines in history because it was at the very edge of a wide waterway." of the 30 strong points on the line was "fully manned'' by a force of up to a battalion of Israeli infantry when the Egyptians attacked. the unofficial Mid- dle East ceasefire, Israelis had raised existing sand barriers 24 feet all along the east bank, reaching down to the water's edge and im- peding tanks crossing the waterway which is up to 600 feet wide. barriers had to be breached first, he said. Bar Lev strong points were equipped to serve as platforms for defending tanks. He claimed the Egyptian army discovered sufficient provisions, fuel and ammuni- tion for the machine guns, ar- tillery, mortars and tanks at the strongpoints. obstacles includ- ed ties of up to 4.5 feet high and cross-currents at the southern end of the Suez canal. Ah did not give a detailed description of the actual assault on the east bank beyond saying that "we used almost every kind of crossing equipment known in the world." Alberta short of engineers EDMONTON (CP) -There are more engineering jobs in Alberta than there are qualified engineers to fill them, the president of Alberta's Engineering Association says. Ron Dalby, provincial presi- dent of the Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists and Geophysicists of Alberta, said in a joint statement with the provincial industry and commerce department that there are currently 500 job vacancies for engineers in the province. "The engineering profes- sion is one route by which Alberta's young people may gain maximum benefits from the many years of major development now beginning and planned for the future." Public Service Fonction publique Canada Canada THIS COMPETITION IS OPEN TO BOTH MEN AND WOMEN PUBLIC HEALTH NURSES Salary (under review) (Plus Isolated Post Allowance where indicated) Department of Health and Welfare Canada Medical Services Branch, Alberta Region POSITIONS ARE LOCATED AT: Hay Lake Nursing Station, ASSUMPTION, Alberta (Isolated Fort Chlpewyan Nursing Station, FORT CHIPEWYAN, Alberta (Isolated Bonnyvllle Health Centre, BONNYVILLE, Alberta; Cards- ton Health Centre, CARDSTON, Alberta. These locations are all from 150 to 500 miles away from the two major urban centres Edmonton and Calgary. QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants must be eligible for active registration as a nurse in a province of Canada and must possess a Certificate or Diploma In Public Health, a Bachelor of Science Nursing, or Outpost Nursing Certificate. A Midwifery Certificate, Parts One or Two will be sccepted for appointment to a Nursing Station. Applicants must also have related eiperlence In the field of Public Health. Nursss with Insufficient Public Health experience will be sldered for appointment at a lower level. Knowledge of the English Isnguage is essential. Forward "Application for Employment" (Form PSC 367-401) available at Post Offices, Canada Manpower Centres, and offices of the Public Service Com- mission of Canada to the: REGIONAL PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATOR DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE CANADA MEDICAL SERVICES, ALBERTA REGION 501 CHANCERY HALL No. 3 SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL SQUARE EDMONTON, ALBERTA T5J 2C3 Please quote competition number 73-E-4 on all correspondence. Appointments as a result of this competition are subject to the provisions of the Public Service Employment Act. The projects referred to were the oil sands plant in northeastern Alberta, proposed by Syncrude Canada Ltd., and future oil sands plants. HEAVY DEMAND Mr Dalby said projects studying the construction of a natural gas pipeline along the Mackenzie Valley have added to the heavy demand for engineers and engineering technicians. The provincial engineering association and the industry department are concerned that they might not be able to supply highly qualified engineering personnel for in- dustrial projects, Mr. Dalby said. "To meet the demand it may be necessary to recruit qualified engineers from other countries." Industry Minister Fred Peacock said in the statement that the engineering profes- sion must play an increasingly important role in "the design of policies" to ensure that in- dustrial projects benefit Albertans. The engineering association estimates it will take at least six years to overcome the shortage as four years are re- quired for university training and a minimum term of two years supplementary ex- perience is required for professional registration. Prison riot claim checked OTTAWA (CP) Inade- quate recreational activities was a major cause of a recent New Westminster peniten- tiary outbreak, Stuart Leggatt (NDP- New Westminster) said in the Commons. Solicitor-General Warren Allmand promised to check that claim. If true, he told the Commons, it would only sup- port his belief that overcrowding caused the three-day outbreak at the maximum security prison. FIRST MILLION-SELLER The first newspaper to reach a daily circulation of was Le Petit Journal published in Paris in 1886. TONIGHT and SATURDAY, OCT. 19th and 20th CENTRE VILLAGE IGA AND MARTENS IGA COALDALI PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIL 6 P.M. SAT., OCT. 20th We reserve tht right to limit quantities. there's MORE to love at FREE DELIVERY Remember... Save Your Tapes For Flamenco Cookware Tablerite Canada Grade A Steer Beef T-Bone or Club STEAKS BREAD Wondersoft Assorted McCains Frozen Fancy APPLE JUICE TISSUE TOMATO SOUP PEAS CHEESE SLICES POTATOES MAC APPLES PEARS ROAST GAME HENS 4 roll pack 59 Top Valu Singles Canada Past. Process 16 oz. pkg. Canada No. 2 gems or red B.C. Econo Pack CEE Grade Anjou B.C. Canada CEE Grade Tablerite Canada Grade A Steer Beef Boneless Hip Cut Canada Grade Utility Cornish Each1 2iM 10. J9 ;