Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
26 _ THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, October 26, 1974 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES OFFICE MANAGER Required by local wholesale Duties involve supervision of office staff, main- taining records, preparation of monthly financial statements, supervision of credit and reporting directly to the President. This position is open to male or female and in- cludes normal employee benefits. Pension Plan available if desired. Apply in writing to: Thome Riddell Co. 207 Canada Trutt Bldg. Lethbridge, Alberta 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 range: to per month (1974 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 159 PINCHER CREEK, ALBERTA 9 NO, SIR NOT ME This may have been your reaction to the suggestion that you enter the Life Insurance field. But perhaps you did not have all the facts. We do not suggest that a Life Insurance career is for you. We do, however, offer you an opportunity to determine whether or not you should choose such a career. You may do so with- out any disturbance from your present occupation. We will assist you to evaluate objectively your chances of success in a field where many men are suc- ceeding very well financially and otherwise. !f you are genuinely interested in a real career, reply to Box 108, Herald stating age, address, present in- come, marital status and telephone number. AH correspondence is strictly confidential. MR-2A City of Lethbridge Streets Engineer The City of Lethbridge requires a Streets. Engineer, who will be responsible for the administrative and engineering functions of streets, lanes, side- walks, curbs, gutters, traffic and parking. SALARY: To per annum (1975 salary under review) dependent on qualifications and experience. QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering with a minimum of two years experience in traffic and highway design and construction, and be reg- istered or eligible for membership in the As- sociation of Professional Engineers, Geologists and Geophysiclsts of Alberta. Please direct confidential inquiries, with an outline of experience and personal data, to the Personnel Superintendent, City Hall, Lethbridge, Alberta. Applications will not be accepted after November 25, 1974. YOUR FUTURE IS HERE Liberia PLANKING ENGINEER Irrigation Division, Alberta Agriculture, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Specializes in planning, preliminary design and evalu- ation of irrigation and drainage systems and projects. B.Ss. in Civil, Agricultural or Irrigation and Drainage Engineering supplemented by related experience in irrigation and drainage planning and design. Salary to Closing Date: November 14, 1974. Please quote competition number 1002-L-1. JUNIOR PLANNING ENGINEER Irrigation Division, Alberta Agriculture, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Assists Planning Engineer in the planning and pre- liminary design and evaluation of irrigation arid drain- age systems and projects. Require B.Sc. in Engineer- ing or Applied Science. Salary to per annum. Closing Date: November 14, 1974. Please quote Competition Number 1001-L-1. Information and application forms from: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 401, PROFESSIONAL BUILDING 740-4th AVENUE SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA YOUR FUTURE IS HERE. RESEARCH HORTICULTURIST FOOD PROCESSING Alberta Horticultural Research Centre, BROOKS Responsible for a program to assist Alberta's Horticultural Industry in increasing its processing capabilities; plans and develops a lab- oratory analysis program to test new products and the development of potential products; provides industry oriented liason service and extension, and resource assistance. B.Sc. in Food Technology or Home Economics, plus related food processing experience Related M Sc preferred Salary to per annum, depending upon qualifications Closing Date- November 6, 1974 Please quote Com- petition Number 9540-C-1 PSYCHIATRIC NURSE Alberta Mental Health Services, MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA Community Nurse position responsible for providing basic supportive therapy, care, nursing, and counselling to patients re-entering and ad- justing to the community. Graduation from a recognized nursing program and a minimum of one year related experience Salary to per annum Closing Date- November 7. 1974. Please quote Competition Number 9176-L-1 Information and application forms from- GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 401, PROFESSIONAL BUILDING 740-401 AVENUE SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA DO YOU WANT TO BECOME AND MCOUNTMG PERSONNEL MOWED BY LOCAL fflM OF CHARTERED MftNMTJWTS Applicant must be a recent University graduate or high school graduate, with senior matriculation. Successful applicants must be interested, in further study as an articling C.A. student or may enroll in the following courses of Instruction: a. Certified General Accountant (5 years) b. Registered Industrial Accountant (5 years) c. Audit Technician (3 years) Apply in writing, stating qualifications, experience, etc. to Box 97, Herald Canada wants greater support for arms treaty STAFF C.A. or C.A. FINALIST Required by progressive Western Canadian Firm of Chartered Accountants'. Location: Lethbridge For details contact: W.R. Jacobeon Rudd, Goold Elliott Chartered Accountants P.O. Box 940 Lethbridge, Alberta UNITED NATIONS (CP) Canada's leading disarma- ment negotiator told the United Nations Friday it should "call a spade a spade" and face up to the "catastrophic" consequences that the spread of nuclear weapons might bring to the world. Calling for greater support of the treaty on the non- proliferation of nuclear weapons, W. H. Barton said the single over-riding issue is "the rapidly-escalating danger of nuclear prolife- ration and the consequent escalation of the risks of nuclear war." "Despite all the pleas, ap- peals to reason and long searches for an acceptable disarmament plan, the world had reached the 30th year of the atomic age to find that the great powers are busier than ever amassing over-kill capacity and developing new refinements for their already deadly hardware." Barton, Canada's perma- nent representative to the UN office in Geneva and its expert on disarmament matters, said there is a glimmer of hope that the strategic arms limita- tion negotiations might halt the growth of nuclear Let's Talk About Management Opportunities and Fast Career Growth with CONSUMER LOANS OFFICERS Bank of Montreal is seeking candidates to participate in the development Bank's expanding approach to consumer lending. THEJOB Provides an opportunity to pursue a banking career in the consumer lending field, through the management and development of branch consumer loan portfolios and the provision of first class service to our customers. THE CANDIDATES WILL HAVE: Ambition, energy and maturity Ability to communicate Experience in Consumer lending WE OFFER Opportunity for career progression based on merit Competitive salaries Income security and wide range of employee benefits PLEASE SEND flESUMES in complete confidence to: The First Canadian Bank Bank of Montreal D. 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These positions wHJ challenge engineers with 4 to 7 years experience in underground surface mining operations coupled with a strong background in coal exploration techniques. Experience in preparing cost estimates, economic evaluations and supervision of field projects is also required. Those with 4 to 7 years of coal exploration and development experience will recognize the challenge in these positions which will include identifica- tion and evaluation of exploration prospects and the development and execution of exploration projects. Experience in preparing cost estimates, economic evaluations and supervision of field projects is also required. The successful candidates will be based in Calgary, win have a history of stable employment and demonstrated ability in the Western Canadian coal mining scene. Resumes, in strict confidence, to: K. A. MCNEIL EMPLOYEE RELATIONS HUDSON'S SAY OIL AND OAS CO. LTD. 320 SEVENTH AVENUE S.W. CALGARY, ALBERTA T2POXS W.H. BARTON arsenals. If successful, those negotiations would be a restraining influence. "But, for the foreseeable fu- ture, the world is faced with the reality that any one of the nuclear weapons powers, acting on its unilateral assess- ment of purely national interest, has the capacity to trigger a conflict which could gravely imperil civilization." Barton told the first com- mittee that at any moment a government not now possess- ing nuclear weapons might decide that "predominant national interest" demands that it, too, obtain them. "Moreover, as we move into an era when nuclear power generation facilities will be commonplace, the weapons option could loom as a possibility to many countries, which up to now have not had access to fissile materials." Noting that a number of countries have not yet ratified the non-proliferation treaty, he suggested that individual governments "have to come to terms with the world as it is." The world was entering an era in which the hopes for nu- clear power as a tool to aid mankind was about to be real- ized. Canada, as a country in the forefront of nuclear tech- nology and a major supplier of uranium, looked foreward to assisting in that process. "But, in so doing, we will seek to ensure that nuclear co- operation between states_is devoted solely to peaceful pur- poses." Barton said the UN over the years has seen the number of nuclear weapons powers grow from one to two, to three, to four and then to U.S., Britain, the Soviet Union, France and China. It was, he added, "almost as if the status of permanent member of the Security Coun- cil carried with it an automatic requirement- to possess such sort of 20th century version of the divine right of kings." Each of the nuclear powers asserted it had taken the nu- clear route only to fulfil its re- sponsibility to its own people, its neighbors, its allies and to the peace of the world. "But such assertions invite the rejoiner, if five, why not 10, or 20, or Ford behind Rocky WASHINGTON (Renter) President Ford stands firmly behind his nomination of Nelson Rockefeller as vice president despite the controversy that has sur- rounded it recently. While House press secretary Ronald Nessen said Friday. Nessen was questioned about a statement by Republican Senator Barry Goldwater of Arizona that be believed there was a chance that the president would withdraw the nomination. Congressional committees are to reopen bearings on the nomination, following dis- closures that Mr. Rockefeller, the former New York slate governor, made large gifts to Henry Kissinger, now secretary of state, and other public figures. Concern has been expressed hi congress also over revela- tions that Rockefeller was billed for almost fl million in back taxes.