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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta TuMdiy, October 22, 1974 THE LETKBRIDQE HERALD 23 CAREERS Gift OPENING FOR ACCOUNTANT Johnson Brothers Sawmills Ltd. need an accountant to start November 1st, 1974. Interested persons are asked to Phone: Cowley 628-3818 during business hours or 628-3834 evenings or write BOX 100, Cowley. COUNTER PERSONNEL Experience in Automotive and Industrial Supplies an Asset Room for advancement in Nation Wide Company. Send Resume to Box 85 Lethbridge Herald Municipal Accountant Required Village of Elkford Elklord, British Columbia There is an immediate opening for a Municipal Accountant at the above location Duties include the primary functions of being in charge of all accounting responsibilities including preparation of monthly financial reports. This person will also be required to assist the Clerk in administration to a substantial degree and experience in this area will definitely be an asset Applicants should preferably have had exposure to the above duties and have established their ability to perform these functions to the satisfaction of the Department of Municipal Affairs and Council Members Salary is open and variable to coincide with experience and ability Applications should be directed to JOHN W. FETZKO ft CO. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS BOX 970 FERNIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA SUPERINTENDENT OF PARKS 6 RECREATION PINCHER CREEK REGIONAL PARKS AND RECREATION DOARD The successful applicant will be responsible for administration of the Parks and Recreation Department operating of a swim pool. Hockey arena and other recreation and park facilities and for developing a diverse program of Recreational Services Qualifications for this position are a degree in Recreation Ad- ministration. Physical Education or Community Development plus previous experience in the field of recreation Salary range- to per month (1974 Scale) Plus usual benefits Anticipated date of commencement is in November 1974. Applications should be submitted to the undersigned prior to Oc- tober 30th. 1974 HUGH WADDLE SUPERINTENDENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION BOX 1St PINCHER CREEK, ALBERTA ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS The Peace River School Division No. 10 invites applications from interested persons for the position of Assistant Superintendent of Schools with duties to commence as soon as possible. ENROLMENT: The Division employs 155 teachers in 14 schools with an enrolment of APPLICANTS SHOULD HAVE (1) A permanent Alberta teaching certificate. (2) Administration experience in Alberta. (3) Graduate study in curriculum or admin- istration at the University of Alberta or at a university of equrvatem standard. POSITION: Chief Deputy Officer to the Superintendent, with responsibility primarily for junior-senior high school curriculum. SALARY: Please indicate salary expected in application. CLOSING DATE: Applications to be in the divisional office by Friday, October 25, 1974. Applicants should apply in writing including a complete resume of training and experience. Ap- plications should be sent to: Mr. J. E. Mvw School DfvMon Mo. 10, P.O. Bow 39t, PEACE President Gerald Ford of the United States dons a Mexican sombrero presented to him by a well-wisher during visit to Mexico. Printers take case to court REGINA (CP) Picketing composing room employees of the Moose Jaw Times-Herald took their labor dispute to court Monday, applying to Chief Justice A. H. Bence in Court of Queen's Bench for an interim injunction ordering the newspaper not to replace them with non-union per- sonnel. The application was filed by James A. Raymond Belt and C. Arthur Johnson, all of Moose Jaw, for themselves and on behalf of all members of Moose Jaw Local 627 of the International Typographical Union. The application asks for an order that the newspaper not employ persons other than members of the union, and refrain from determining employment of members of the union. Stan Butler, Times-Herald publisher, told the composing room employees in'a letter last week that a refusal on their part to report to work by Monday would force the paper to bring in a new staff. Because of the training period needed for the paper's planned conversion to offset printing "composing room positions cannot be held open beyond the end of this his letter said. Management personnel have been publishing the new- spaper since the composing room employees left at the end of a regular shift, refusing to work overtime, and were not allowed to return to work without promising to work any necessary overtime. A decision on the union application was deferred to an undetermined date. Mr. Butler, meanwhile, said Monday the picketing employees had not been fired nor have any replacements been hired and neither action would be taken before a court ruling on the injunction application Resigns Yvon Dupuis, above, has resigned as leader of the Parti President, a political party he form- ed earlier this year, it was announced Monday in Montreal. Foreign firms win some ground back OTTAWA (CP) Foreign- owned businesses operating in Canada won some ground back from the federal govern- ment in the provisions of the proposed Canada Business Corporations Act reintroduc- ed in the Commons Monday. The proposals still require that a majority of the direc- tors be Canadian residents, but the rule prohibiting Cana- dian employees of foreign- controlled companies from being counted as Canadian directors has been dropped. The latest bill is a reworked version of an earlier set of proposals that died on the order paper during the last Parliamentary session before receiving second reading. According to a department news release Monday, Corpo- rate Affairs Minister Andre Ouellet has decided "any ad- vantage that could be gained by the stricter requirement is outweighted by the disadvan- tages of excluding experienc- ed employees from the board and barring Canadian employees from promotion to the status of director." Other provisions of the new bill including the concept of incorporation as a matter of right rather than privilege, simplified incorporation procedures and new definitions of shareholders' and directors' rights are sub- stantially unchanged from the earlier proposals. Mr. Ouellet said he wants to see the bill passed in the Commons "in time very near future." The bill would affect only federally owned companies about 10 per cent of the 000 corporations doing business in Canada. However, (they are among the largest (companies in Canada, doing up to 40 per cent of all cor- porate business. Only if a company earns less than five per cent of the gross revenues of its parent from its Canadian operations is the requirement for Cana- dian resident directors reduc- ed from a majority to one- third of the board membership. The bill is intended to up- date and replace certain parts of the existing Canada Cor- porations Act under which federal business corporations are currently regulated. It ex- tends existing law in several areas, including through the introduction of constraints on the transfer of shares of all public companies to prevent it from coming under foreign control. Currently, these constraints apply only against government-regulated busi- nesses. The proposals would tie in closely with the re- view process set up under the Foreign Investment Review Act passed by Parliament last December. Under that act, a foreign in- vestment review agencv was set up and is still being staffed by the government. It will re- view new foreign investment proposals as well as takeover bids for existing businesses by foreign controlled firms with the objective of fostering Canadian controlled business. Among the broadened shareholder rights contained in the bill's provisions are ones granting shareholders the power to initiate bylaws and repeal existing ones, remove directors by ordinary resolution and amend the company's articles of in corporation. Sears Work and time-saving CGE appliances. Value priced now... at Sears' a-CGE fast electric kettle boils 2 quarts of water in 10 to 12 minutes. Automatically shuts off if allowed to boil resets itself automatically. White handle and base. Slim style pour spout with lip guards against spills. The air space between inner and outer bottoms of kettle keeps underside burn table or counter tops. 34R 060 855. 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